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'Index of Persons and Places: M', Calendar of Papal Registers Relating to Great Britain and Ireland, Volume 9: 1431-1447 (1912), pp. 654-667. URL: http://british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=103471 Date accessed: 02 October 2014.


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Mabrise (rectius Minbrisc). See Sligo.

Macabrethim, Thomas, canon of Achonry, to be dean of the same, 358.
-, -, See also Machambrecheim.

Mcacdagan, Thomas, dean of Clonfert. See McEgan.

Macaclerid, Imarus, to have collation of the vicarage of Tawnagh, 426, 427.
-, -, Malachy, layman, 426.
-, -, Matthew, vicar of Tawnagh in the diocese of Elphin, 427.
-, - See also Maccleryth.
-, -, Nemias, layman, 426.
-, -, Odo, vicar of Tawnagh, 426, 427.

Macacrechday. See Machacrechday.

Macadoch alias Breyach, Donatus, treasurer of Cashel, 154.

Macaeda (MacHugh), Matthew, vicar of Granard, 14.

Macaedagain, Macaedagan, Macaedagayn, Macaedadgayn, Macgaedagan, Micaedadgayn, Micaedagayn, Michacgan. See MacEgan.

Macagearatayd, Macagcarrtayd (Mac-Geraghty), Raymund, Remundus, canon of Ardagh, papal mandatary, 15, 20.
-, - See also Macgaerathai; Macgereachtayd.

Macaluard, Patrick, provision of the deanery of Ferns made to, 435.
-, -, -, afterwards an Augustinian canon of Roscommon, to have provision of the abbey of St. Mary, Ferns, 434, 435.

Macandeaganaid, Macandeaghanaigh. See Macdalaig.

MacAndeaghanaigh Ithiaruaidh, Luke, vicar of Donaghmore, 89.
-, - See also Maccanegheanaid; Macdalaig.

Macanfirlegind, Donald son of Dominic, Donald Dominici, vicar of Kilchoman in Islay, in the diocese of Sodor, 404.

Macannyled, John, canon of Tuam, papal mandatary, 489.

Macarmich, John, a Premonstratensian canon, to be vicar of Kirconval, 471.

Macathassayd, Donald. See Magcathassayd.

Macbradayg, Magbradaych, Megbradaig, Andrew, archdeacon of Kilmore, 531.
-, -, -, rector of Keadew in the diocese of Kilmore, 338.
-, -, Bernard, layman, 461.
-, -, Macbradyg, Philip, vicar of Dysertfinkel, 429.

Macbryssun, Thomas, rector of Killererin, 398.

Maccabarrid, Mccabarrid, John, rector of Inishmaine, 206.

Maccagaill. See Machcagaill.

Maccagayn, Eugenius, an Augustinian canon of Newark, to be abbot of St. John Baptist's, Annadown. See MacEgan.

Maccanegheanaid, Tierny, to have collation of the vicarage of St. Tierney's, Clones, 90, 91.
-, -, - See also MacAndeaghanaigh; Macdalaig.

MacCarrich, Meccarrych, Donald, prince, 65.
-, -, -, Aulina his daughter, 65.
-, - See also Macrayth.

MacCarthy, Meckarthy, Joan daughter of Thady, 497.

Maccassurlaid, Dermit, vicar of Liskeevy, 293.
-, -, Maccassurllai, Maccasyrlyd, Patrick, vicar of Addergoole in the diocese of Tuam, 556.
-, -, -, vicar of Kilbennan in the diocese of Tuam, 394.

Maccathmaeil, John, canon of Clogher. See Mackamail.

Maccayd, Macccayd, Thady, canon of Killaloe, papal mandatary, 372.

Maccearryd (Mac Sherry), Cornelius, abbot of Ballysadare, 434.
-, - See also Macsearraid.

Maccellaid, Maccellard, Cornelius, clerk, 361.
-, - See also O'Kelly.

Macceochayd. See Maceochayd.

Maccheayan, Paul, canon of Ardagh, See MacEgan.

Macchegayn, Maurice, abbot of St. John Baptist's de Cella Parva, Annadown. See MacEgan.

Macclannchada (MacClancy), Maurice, vicar of Killilagh, 14.
-, - See also Maclanchaga.

Maccleryth, Matthew, vicar of Clontibret in the diocese of Clogher, 16, 17.
-, - See also Macaclerid.

Maccolyn, nuecolyn (rectius miccolyn), Henry, abbot of Ballintober, 224.
-, - See also Macohlayn.

Maccon. See Machcon.

Maccongaccri (or Maccougaccri), Donald, layman, 283.

Macconmara, 51.
-, -, Donald, rector of Bunratty, 399, 438.
-, -, -, rector of Tomfinlough, 443.
-, -, MacCommara, Fylorcia, 252.
-, -, Laurence, layman, 257.
-, -, Macnemara, Matthew, canon of Limerick, to be vicar of Kilkeedy, 403.
-, -, -, canon of Limerick, to be rector of Bunratty, 438.
-, -, -, papal mandatary, 495.
-, -, -, precentor of Killaloe, 388 (bis), 442, 443.
-, -, -, -, rector of Tomfinlough, to be a canon of Limerick and prebendary of St. Munchins, and also vicar of St. Munchins, 507.
-, -, -, to be rector of Tomfinlough, 443.
-, -, -, to be vicar of Tomfinlough, 398.
-, -, Nicholas, rector of Quin, 377.
-, -, -, rector of Bunratty, 438.
-, -, Regnaych, 257.
-, -, MacCommara, Roderick, layman, 252.
-, -, Thady, to be a canon of Killaloe, 346.
-, -, -, archdeacon of Killaloe and rector of Quin, 348, 377 (bis), 385.

Macconnchur, Maurice, rector of Stradbally in the diocese of Ardfert, 539.
-, - See also Concubayr; Oconchubair.

Macconyn, Thomas, clerk, 405.

Maccormare, Thady, layman, 300.
-, -, -, his wife, 300.

Maccosdy, Thomas, rector of Terryglass, 386.

Maccougaccri (or Maccongaccri), Donald, layman, 283.

MacCoughlan, Cormac, bishop of Clonmacnoise, 432.

Maccrauan, Nicholas, vicar of Kilfintinan, 495.

Maccrayth. See Macrayth.

Maccreuair. See Macreuair.

Macdalaigh alias Macandeaganaid, Macdalaigh alias Macandeaghanaigh, Macdaleig alias Macdeganaig, John, to have collation of the rectory of Glascarrig, 149.
-, -, Matthew, vicar of Taughboyne, 291.
-, -, Micdalaig, Philip, vicar of Conwal, 18.
-, -, Torlough, clerk, to have collation of the vicarage of Conwal, 17, 18.
-, - See also MacAndeaghanaigh; Maccanegheanaid.

Macdamhyn, David. See Macdaymyn.

Macdamm (rectius Macdamin), David. See Macdaymyn.

Macdamyn, David. See Macdaymyn.

Macdavid, Cormac, a Cistercian monk, abbot of Boyle, 423, 432.
-, -, John, a Cistercian monk, 418.

Macdaymyn, Macdamhyn, Macdamm (rectius Macdamin), Macdamyn, David, canon of Armagh, rector of Ballymore, papal madatary, 18, 19, 92, 548.
-, -, -, rector of Ardtrea, 275.

Macdeganaig, alias Macdaleig, Torlough, See Macdalaig.

Macdiarmada, Macdermada, Cornelius, to be vicar of Ardcarn, 554.
-, -, Odo, archdeacon of Elphin, vicar of Ardcarn, 430.
-, -, Thady, de facto provost of Elphin, 153.
-, -, -, canon of Elphin and Achonry, to be a Cistercian monk and afterwards abbot of Boyle, 423, 432.
-, -, -, abbot of the Premonstratensian abbey of Lough Key, afterwards resigned, and a canon of the same, 418, 425.
-, -, Thomas, vicar of Kilronan, 332.
-, -, Tomoltheus, canon of Elphin, papal mandatary, 447.
-, -, Tomoltheus, layman, 564.

Macdomchaid. See Macdonnchaid.

Macdomnaill. See Machdomnaill.

Macdonaillelygh, Cristinus, archdeacon of Sodor, 152.

Macdoncaidh, Macdonchyd. See Macdonnchaid.

Macdonnany, Charles, canon of Elphin, 180.

Macdonnchaid, Micdonnchaid, Bernard, rector of Corran and Ballymote, 360, 361.
-, -, Macdonnchard, Cormac, canon of Achonry, papal mandatary, 88, 297, 361, 417, 434, 446.
-, -, -, canon of Elphin, papal mandatary, 93, 426.
-, -, Cormac, an Augustinian canon, 446.
-, -, Micdoncay, Dermit, layman, 179.
-, -, Macdonchaid, Macdonchayd, Macdonnchard, Macdomnchard, Macdonnchayd. Macdonnchy, Donald, canon of Achonry, papal mandatary, 88, 89, 122.
-, -, -, rector of Corran and Ballymote, 361.
-, -, -, canon of Elphin, papal mandatary, 93, 121.
-, -, Dubconlayginge, 179.
-, -, Macdomchaid, Micdonnchard, Magonius, canon of Elphin, papal mandatary, 423.
-, -, -, to have collation of the rectory of Minbrisg (q.v.), 121.
-, -, -, rector of Minbrisg (q.v.), to be received as a canon of the Premonstratensian abbey of Lough Key, and afterwards to have provision of the same, 417, 418.
-, -, Maurice, a Premonstratensian canon, abbot of the Premonstratensian abbey of Lough Key, 297, 298, 418.
-, -, Maurice, prior of the Augustinian priory of Inchmacnerin, 419.
-, -, Rory, an Augustinian canon, to be abbot of Ballysadare, 434.
-, -, Macdonchayd, Thady, to have collation of the rectory of Calry, 133.
-, -, Tomultheus, lord of Tirerrill, 446.

Macdugaylbyg, Malcolm, canon of Lismore alias Argyll, 407.

Macduscan, John, to have collation of the vicarage of Magheross, 86, 87.

Maceadga, Miceadga, Malachy, rector of Termonmaguirk, 363.

Maceadgan, Dermit, prior of Roscommon, afterwards of Rindown. See Mac Egan.

Macealay, Cornelius, to have collation of a canonry of Achonry, 170.

Macechean, Paul, clerk. See MacEgan.

McEclyoyth (MacElligott), Edmund, to be a canon of Ardfert, 509.

MacEgan, Mcacdagan, Macacdadgayn, Macaedagain, Macaedagán, Macaedagayn, Maccagayn, Maccheayan, Macchegayn, Maceadgan, Macechean, Macegayn, Macgaedagan, Machadaedagayn, Machadagayn, Machaedagayn, Mackheagayn, Magaeagayan, Magacagayn, Magaeagayn, Magaegan, Magradagain (rectius Mageadagain), Micaedadgayn, Micaedagayn, Miccagayn, Michacgan, Carbricus, vicar of Lickmolassy, canon, afterwards dean, of Clonfert, 153, 154, 201.
-, -, Cornelius, abbot of the Augustinian monastery of Holy Trinity, Ballintober, afterwards abbot of the Cistercian monastery of St. Mary, Knockmoy, 129, 206, 207, 224, 356.
-, -, Dermit, prior of Roscommon, afterwards of Rindown, 566.
-, -, Dermit, canon of Achonry, papal mandatary, 131, 332, 403.
-, -, -, -, a witness, 382.
-, -, -, canon of Elphin, papal mandatary, 417.
-, -, -, canon of Killala, papal mandatary, 95.
-, -, Donald, vicar of Killian, 392.
-, -, Eugenius, an Augustinian canon of Newark, to be abbot of St. John Baptist's, Annadown, 513.
-, -, Fergallus, dean of Clonfert, 154.
-, -, John, a Hospitaller, to be vicar of Athleague, 211.
-, -, Maurice, abbot of St. John Baptist's de Cella Parva, Annadown, 128, 513.
-, -, Maurice, vicar of Ballydeloughy, 553.
-, -, Odo, canon of Tuam, papal mandatary, 24.
-, -, -, de facto vicar of Dunmore in the diocese of Tuam, 192, 505.
-, -, Paul, canon of Ardagh, papal mandatary, 198.
-, -, -, clerk, of the diocese of Ardagh, 440.
-, -, Thady, layman, 256.
-, -, Thomas, abbot of Ballintober, papal mandatary, 206.
-, -, Thomas, dean of Clonfert, 9, 146, 147, 154.
-, -, Tiernan, vicar of Killian, 392.

Maceochayd Yceallayd, Macceochayd Yceallayd, Magonius, an Augustinian canon of Aughrim, afterwards prior of St. Mary's, Roscommon, 424, 565.
-, -, Maceoacgayd, Magonius, canon of Clonfert, papal mandatary, 550.

Macernaich, Thomas, to have collation of the rectory of Ahoghill, 92.

Macgachna, Rory, vicar of Clonkeehan, 292.

Macgaedagan. See McEgan.

Macgaerathai, Megaerathai, Magonius, layman, 251.
-, - See also Macgereachtayd.

Macgagyrr, Rory. See Mactageairt.

Macgallgali, Luke, prior of Lough Oughter, 425.

MacGauran. See Magawrakan.

Macgereachtayd, Macgereactayd, Magereachayd, (MacGeraghty), Thady, canon of Elphin and vicar of Ahascragh, afterwards to be archdeacon of Elphin, 263, 294, 430.
-, - See also Macagearatayd; Macgaerathai.

MacGilfoyle or MacGilfil. See Macgillapoil.

Macgillabridi, Cornclius, dean of Raphoe, afterwards bishop of the same, 105 (bis), 127 and note, 319.
-, -, Maurice, abbot of Cella Nigra, Derry, 150.
-, -, Macgillbuidi, John, canon of Dromore, papal mandatary, 168.

Macgillacroni. See Bared.

Macgillacosghy (rectius Macgillacosgely, i.e. Gilla Cosgely i.e. Cuskelly), Macgyllacosghy, Neneas (rectius Nemeas), canon of Clogher, to be rector of Derrybrusk, 450.

Macgilladuib. Rory, priest, 447.

Macgillakearan, Malachy, vicar of Ballynakill, to be rector of Drumduban, 446.

Macgillamane, Thady, vicar of Kilronan, 332.
-, - See also Macgillanen; Macgyllanane.

Macgillamurhyd, John, vicar of Bunratty, 404.

Macgillananam' alias Macgillanacui, Maurus, vicar of Clonbroney, 429.
-, -, -, -, Eugenius his son, clerk, de facto vicar of Clonbroney, 429.

Macgillanen, James, a Cistercian monk of Granard, to be abbot of the same, 325.
-, - See also Macgillamane; Macgyllanane.

Macgillapadrig, Charles, to be canon of Killaloe and Kilfenora, rector of Kilfarboy, 345, 346.

Macgillapoil [alias Macgillafoyl, cf. Cal. viii], Cornelius alias Concoger, prior of St. John Baptist's, Nenagh, 216.

Macgillariabuayd, Ynykyllarebuayd, Mor, 336.

Macgillarnaem, Maurice, to be vicar of St. Mary's, Granard. See Macgyllanane.

Macgillaruayd, Macgillaruay, Macgillaruyd, Macgyllaruayd, Dermit, vicar of Athleague, 211.
-, -, -, alias Andrew, canon of Elphin, 184, 263, 285.
-, -, Maggyllaruayd, Mackylruyd, Donald, vicar of Fuerty, canon of Elphin, 285.
-, -, -, canon of Elphin, papal mandatary, 506.
-, -, Macgillaryeuuayg, Macgyllaryennayg, Donatus, layman, 258.

Macgillavanach, Mackyllavanach, Magillavanach, John, rector of Ardrahan in the diocese of Kilmacduagh, 113–115.
-, -, -, canon of Kilmacduagh, papal mandatary, 328, 396, 400.
-, -, M'gillavanach, Rory, vicar of Newtown, rector of Oranmore, 87.
-, -, Micgillavanach, Thomas, archdeacon of Kilmacduagh, vicar of Killhoefyd, 116, 263.
-, -, Magillauaneach, Thicus, vicar of Castletown, 554.

Macgillene, Donald, layman, 12.
-, -, -, Bethok his first wife, 12.
-, -, -, Bethok his second wife, 12.

Macgilleon, Margilleon, Alexander Carleti Ferchardi, clerk, to be rector of Kilchoman, 197.
-, -, Macgcillon (rectius Macgilleon), Hector, John his son, archdeacon of Sodor, afterwards bishop of the same, 152, 225, 338, 408.

Macginum. See Macgumin.

Macglayn, John, priest, 235.

Megiruastair, Denis, vicar of Nona, 396.

Macgorke, Patrick, vicar of Termonmaguirk, 193, 194.

MacGrath. See Macrayth.

Macgrayn, Nemias, prior of St. Mary's, Inchcleraun, 269.

Macgruayrcg, Maurianus, vicar of St. Enan's, Drumraney, 110, 111.
-, - See also Magruairc; Oruarych; Oruayrc; Oryarich.

Macguire (Magugyr in Cal. Lett. viii), Peter, bishop of Clogher, 15, 140, 363.
-, - See also Mackagyrr; Maguyr.

Macgumin, Macginum (rectius Macgumin), Macgumm (rectius Macgumin), Thady, vicar of St. Felimy's, Kilmore, to be an Augustinian canon and prior of Drumlane, 493, 528, 558.

Macgyllade, Micgyllade, Hugh, rector of Kilballyhue, 533.

Macgyllanane, Maurice, archdeacon of Ardagh, 347.
-, -, -, to be vicar of St. Mary's, Granard, in the diocese of Ardagh, 198.
-, -, - See also Macgillamane; Macgillanen.

Macgyllyn alias Macindringh, John, vicar of Liskeevy, 293.

Macgynd, Donald. See Maginn.

Macgynnan, Doliucus alias Dolys, Doloys alias Doluicius, an Augustinian canon of St. Mary de Portu Patrum, Annadown, to be abbot of the same, 225, 226, 343.

Machacrechday, Cucogry, rector of Layndh, 373.

Machadagayn, Fergallus, dean of Clonfert. See MacEgan.

Machadaedagayn, Carbricus, vicar of Lickmolassy, canon of Clonfert, to have provision of the deanery of Clonfert. See MacEgan.

Machaedagayn, Thomas, dean of Clonfert. See MacEgan.

Machambrecheim, Thady, vicar of Killasser, 391.
-, - See also Macabrethim.

Machar, Sancti Machorii [co. Aberdeen], parish church of, 523.

Machcagaill, or Machoagaill, Donald, layman, 493.

Machcon, Semiquinus (rectius Seniquinus. i.e. Shonickin MacEeoin, the head of the Clan Bisset, the name of which had become Hibernicised as MacEoin, afterwards changed to MacKeon), layman, 493.

Machdomnaill, Alexander, layman, 493.
-, -, Donald Ballach, layman, 493.
-, - See also Makdonyl; O'Donnell.

Machmurcheartaid. See Macmurchertaid.

Machonmara. See Macconmara.

Machtleynd, Denis. See Maclaynd.

MacHugh. See Macaeda.

y Machuna, Cornelius, son of Dermit, prince, 65.
-, -, -, Aulina his wife, 65.

Machynerhynyd (MacInerney), Matthew, to be vicar of Bunratty, 404.

Macibryvn, John, vicar of St. Mulua's, Magheracloone, 401.

Macindringh alias Macgyllyn, John. See Macgyllyn.

Macineruly, Micineruly, Dermit, rector of Annagh, 398.
-, -, Thady. See Omuryssaid.

Macinnercheny, Dermit, to be vicar of Kilnasoolagh, 353, 354.

Macinnyllyd, Mycinnyllyd, Hillarius, rector of Kilballyhue, with Balehycaroth united, canon of Leighlin, 533, 534 and note.

Mackagyrr, Patrick, dean of Clogher, 277.
-, - See also Macguire; Maguyr.

Mackahayn, Mickahayn, Maurice, clerk, vicar of Kilmacduane in the diocese of Killaloe, 544.

Mackahryn, Thady, layman, 336.

Mackamail, Mackathmail, Makamayl, Arthur, canon of Armagh, papal mandatary, 275, 277, 292, 529.
-, -, Maccathmaeil, Mackamayll, Mickamayll, John, canon of Armagh, papal mandatary, 340.
-, -, -, canon of Clogher, papal mandatary, 90.
-, -, -, archdeacon and canon of Clogher, rector of Errigal Keerogue in the diocese of Armagh, rector or prebendary of Termonmaguirk in the same diocese, 362, 363.
-, -, Odo, canon of Derry, papal mandatary, 425.
-, -, Mackawil, William, rector of Clonfeacle, 98, 142.

Mackanerrvly. Thady, alias Omuryssaid. See Omuryssaid.

Mackathmail. See Mackamail.

Mackawil. See Mackamail.

Mackeallay alias Lecho, John. See Leche.

Mackechin, Mickechin, Magonius, vicar of Ardcarn, 554.

Mackearbayll, John, vicar of Magheross, 86.
-, -, Mackearbyll, Patrick, vicar of Clonkeehan, 292.

Mackedian, Macquedian, Cristinus, canon of Elphin, papal mandatary, 506, 555, 568.

Mackehecayn, Mckehecayn, John, to be vicar of Shanagolden, 549.

Mackelgeoid, Micelgeoid, John, vicar of Galey, 196.

Mackellaigh, John, canon of Armagh, papal mandatary. See Leche.

Mackellidh alias Les, John. See Leche.

Mackheagayn, Donald, vicar of Kyllechan. See MacEgan.

Mackmagnussa. See Macmagnussa.

Mackreuayr, Solomon, canon of Clogher, See Macreuair.

Mackworth, Macworth, John, dean of Lincoln, 162, 467, 481, 540, 543.

Mackyllavanach. See Macgillavanach.

Mackylruyd, Donald. See Macgillaruayd.

Maclaide, Cristiana, 545.

Maclanchaga (MacClancy), John, de facto archdeacon of Kilfenora, rector of Killilagh, 174, 328.
-, - See also Macclannchada.

Maclanchi, John, friar and minister of the Trinitarian house of Adare, 422.

Maclaynd, Machtleynd, Denis, canon, to have collation of the treasurership of Kilmacduagh, 172, 173.
-, -, -, de facto treasurer of Kilmacduagh, 388.
-, -, Macleynd, Dermit, precentor of Kilmacduagh, 296.

Maclenyd, David, vicar of Burrishoole, 390.

Macleoid, John, of Glenelg, layman, 372.
-, -, -, -, Alexander his son, layman, 372.
-, -, -, -, Anne his daughter, 372.

Macleynd, Dermit. See Maclaynd.

Macmachuna, 51.
-, -, Cormac, dean of Kilfenora, afterwards abbot of Kilshanny, 329.
-, -, y Machuna, Cornelius, son of Dermit, prince, 65.
-, -, -, Aulina, damsel, daughter of Donald Meccarrych, his wife, 65.
-, -, Macmahona, Donatus, clerk, to have collation of the archdeaconry of Kilfenora, 173, 174, 329.
-, -, -, canon of Kilfenora, papal mandatary, 14, 195.
-, -, Macmachaun, Eugenius, vicar of Clankelly, 193.
-, -, Meicmaghuna, James, rector of St. Congal's, Galloon, afterwards rector of St. Tierney's, Clones, 140, 194.
-, -, Malachy, to have collation of the vicarage of Tedavnet, 93.
-, -, Magmachuna, Terence, clerk, to have collation of the vicarage of St. Congal's, Galloon, 15.
-, -, Macmahuna, Theoderic, layman, 330.

Macmagnussa, Mackmagnussa, Maurice, archdeacon of Clogher, 363.

Macmahona. See Macmachuna.

Macmahuna, Theoderic. See Macmachuna.

Macmaken, Cornelius, a Premonstratensian canon, rector of Kirkmedin, 420.

Macmeristin, Micmcristin, Charles, priest, 395.

Macmegeanaich, Thomas, canon of Clogher, papal mandatary, 15.

Macmenman Idomnaill, Cornelius. See O'Donnell.

Macmoilynd, John, rector of Ahoghill, afterwards vicar of Donaghmoyne, 92.

Macmolissa, Micmolissa, Donald son of Duncan, to be vicar of St. Coman's in Islay, 404.

Macmuerchyay, Matthew, rector of Drumlyhill, 400.

MacMurceartayd, Macmurchertaidh, Bernard, official of Ardagh, 132, 133.
-, -, Macmurceartayd, Eugenius, clerk, to have collation of the vicarage of Granard, 14.
-, -, Macmurchertaid, Macmurcheartaid, Machmurcheartaid, John, to have collation of the rectory of Ballymore, 96.
-, -, Macmurchertaidh, Rory, rector of Ballymore, 20, 132.
-, -, Macmurcertaych, Macmuirceartaidh, Macmurcheartayd, Macmurgeartaych, Thomas, rector of Muintir-Anghaile in the diocese of Ardagh, 466.
-, -, -, clerk, of the diocese of Ardagh, 429.
-, -, -, clerk, to have collation of the rectory of St. Patrick, Cnocracha in the diocese of Ardagh, 96.
-, -, -, canon of Ardagh, papal mandatary, 269.

Macnachtane, Macnach[t]ane, Maknachten, Mechnachtan, Donald, Donald de, dean of Dunkeld, canon of Dunblane and Aberdeen, rector of Weem, to have collation of a canonry of Glasgow, 110, 131, 145, 148, 383, 439, 444.

Macnamyn, John, rector of Duniry, 188.

Macneill, Macneillydocartaigh, Roger, rector of Fahan, 150.

Macnemara, Matthew. See Macconmara.

Macnoglaid, Macnogli, Donald, canon of Killala, papal mandatary, 446, 506.

Mcnulli. See Bayly.

Macohlayn, James, archdeacon of Clonmacnoise, 431.
-, - See also Maccolyn.

Maconaing, Cornelius, vicar of Drung and Larah, to be rector of Keadew, 338.

Maconmara. See Macconmara.

Maconryth, Thomas, vicar of Moycullen, 489.

Macormayn. See Mecormayn.

Macostealba, Donald, to be canon of Kildare, 509.

Macow (rectius Marow), William, citizen and grocer [afterwards mayor] of London, 232.
-, -, -, -, Isabel his wife, 232.

Macquedian, Cristinus. See Mackedian.
-, -, Maurice, vicar of Ballintober and Killeroran, 555, 575.

Macrayth (MacGrath), Donatus, canon of Killaloe, rector of Ocormayc, 549, 582.
-, -, Mecrayth, Odo, to be canon of Killaloe, 531, 534, 582.
-, -, Philip, rector of Ocormayc, 262, 276, 549.
-, -, Maccrayth, Meccrath, Thady, de facto bishop of Killaloe, 51, 400, 532.
-, -, -, vicar of Clondagad, rector of Ocormayc, canon of Killaloe, 257, 262, 275, 549, 582.
-, -, -, canon of Killaloe, papal mandatary, 549, 551.
-, -, -, canon of Lismore, papal mandatary, 553.
-, - See also MacCarrich; Magrath.

Macreuair, Macreauair, Maccreuair, Mackreuayr, Mecreuair, Solomon, canon of Clogher, papal mandatary, 16, 17, 86, 90, 291, 450, 529.
-, -, -, vicar of Errigal Keerogue in the diocese of Armagh, 19.

Macronbay, Micronbay, Philip, clerk, to have collation of the vicarage of Omey, 190.

Macruairc. See Magruairc.

Macsearraid, Micserrayd, Mirscarraigh (rectius Micscarraigh, i.e. Mac-Sherry), Cornelius, rector of Banada, 88.
-, - See also Maccearryd.

Mactageairt, Macgagyrr, Rory, vicar of Errigal Keerogue, 19.

Mactaig alias Killmictaig. See Kilmacteige.

Macthomilin alias Bared, Mulerus, canon of Killala, to have collation of the deanery of Killala, 131, 132.

Mactuartayn, Thomas, vicar of Templemore, 293.

Macund, Eugenius, vicar of Conwal, 18.

Macunlynd, Philip, vicar of St. Brandan's, 402.

Macwarth. See Mackworth.

Madonnbarlayd(? Longford barony, co. Galway), rectory of, 537.

Maenclochog, Maynclochog [co. Pembroke], 454.

Magaeagayan, Magacagayn, Magaeagayn, Dermit, canon of Killala. See MacEgan.
-, -, -, canon of Achonry. See MacEgan.

Magaegan, Dermit, canon of Achonry. See MacEgan.
-, -, - canon of Elphin. See MacEgan.

Magawrakan (MacGauran), Cormac, an Augustinian canon, prior of Drumlane, afterwards bishop of Ardagh, 436, 459, 466, 528.

Magbradaych. See Macbradayg.

Magcathassayd, Donald, vicar of Tynan, 340.

Mageharnain. See Drum.

Magennulldh, Magenuld. See Manulla.

Magereachayd, Thady. See Macgereachtayd.

Maggyllaruayd. See Macgillaruayd.

Magh Breacraighe, Maybrecray, i.e. the north part of the barony of Moygoish [co. Westmeath, and extending into co. Longford] parish church of St. Mary. See Street.

Magheracloone, Cluayn [co. Monaghan], St. Mulua's, vicarage of, 401.

Magheross, Ros, Ross [co. Monaghan], vicarage of, 86, 291.

Maghfild. See Mayfield.

Magillauaneach, Magillavanach. See Macgillavanach.

Maginn, Maguibrin, Peter, canon of Dromore, 168.
-, -, Macgynd, Donald, canon and prebendary of Dromore, rector of St. Colman's, 168, 169.

Magio, abbey de. See Monasteranenagh.

Mag Itha, Maighiithi [the south half of the barony of Raphoe, co. Donegal], deanery of, 89.

Magmachuna, Terence. See Macmachuna.

Magna', Laurence, vicar of Conwal, 17, 18.

Magor [co. Monmouth], church of St. Leonard, 266.

Magouillind. See Moycullen.

Magradagain (rectius Mageadagain), Dermit, canon of Achonry. See Mac Egan.

Magrath, Arthur, clerk, to be a canon of Clogher, 452, 510.
-, - See also Macrayth.

Magruairc, Donatus, to be vicar of Drumraney, 550.
-, -, Thady, to be vicar of Ballydeloughy, 553.
-, - See also Macgruayreg; Oruarych; Oruayrc; Oryarich.

Magugyr, Peter. See Macguire.

Maguibrin, Peter. See Maginn.

Maguyr, Nelanus, canon of Clogher, papal mandatary, 193, 430.
-, -, Roger, to be rector of Aghalurcher, 198.
-, - See also Macguire; Mackagyrr.

Magyndmora, Megyndmora, Emundus, prior of Inchmore in Lough Gaun, 1.

Magyo, abbey de. See Monasteranenagh.

Maidwell, Maydewelle [co. Northants], 231.

Maighiithi. See Mag Itha.

Mains, Stratychtin [co. Forfar], vicarage of, 497, 498.

Makamayl. See Mackamail.

Makcowlach, Malrcowlach, Donald, vicar of Tain, afterwards canon of Ross, 449.

Makdonyl, Gilbert, a Premonstratensian canon, 419.
-, - See also Machdomnaill; O'Donnell.

Makerstown, Malcarston [co. Roxburgh], vicarage of, 394, 402, 449, 450.

Makinluch, Cuthbert, a Premonstratensian canon, vicar of Kirkconnel, 471.

Maknathten. See Macnachtane.

Makstoch. See Maxstoke.

Malahidryt. See Mulhuddart.

Malcarston. See Makerstown.

Malle, prebend de. See St. Maul's.

Mallet, Shepton, Malet Scheptoun [co. Somerset], 37.

Malling, South, Soutmalling, Soutmallyng [co. Sussex], collegiate church, canon of. See Oudencoep.

Mallt verch Willym voya, widow, 366.

Malorre, Robert, prior of the Hospitallers of England, 3.

Malros. See Marloes.

Malthaus, John, layman, 521.

Malvil, Maluill, Malvill. See Melville.

Manavon, Mannaven, Mannavon, John, rector of Garthbeibio and Llanwrin, notary public, 312, 320, 321, 323.

Manning, Mannyng, Richard, rector of Snargate, 330.
-, -, Thomas, layman, 305.
-, -, -, Cristina his wife, 305.

Mans (Le), [Sarthe, France], 585.

Manuel, Manwell [co. Linlithgow], Cistercian nunnery, prioress of, 301.

Manulla, Magenuld, Magennulld [co. Mayo], rectory of, 149, 150, 187.

Manwel. See Manuel.

Mar and Garioch, Mar and Garviach [co. Aberdeen], earl of, 484.
-, -, -, kinsman of. See Ogilvy (David).

Maram (? Mareham in Burton Pedwardine, co. Lincoln), 368.

Marchallis. See Marshallis.

Marchant,_, donsel, 232.
-, -, John, priest, 494.

Marchwiel, Marwyal [co. Denbigh], parish church of, 57.

Mare, Herbert de la, layman, 29.

Marflete. See Merflete.

Margam, Morgan [co. Glamorgan], Cistercian abbey of St. Mary, Thomas, abbot of, sometime abbot of Neath, 527.

Margan, alias Apphon (i.e. Apjohn, ap John), Gentilis, 473–475.

Margaret verch Wyllym, 301.

Margilleon. See Macgilleon.

Markby, Markeby [co. Lincoln], Augustinian priory, canon of, 265, 309.

Marloes, Malros [co. Pembroke], 501 note, 502.

Marnhull [co. Dorset], rectory of, 70.

Marniten. See Marytown.

Marow, William. See Macow.

Marshall, John, canon of Lincoln, 162.

Marshallis, Marchallis, John, canon of York, papal mandatary, 538.

Marsillus, Marsille (rectius Marsillus), papal registers rubricated by, 143 note, 296 note, 327 note.

Marsley, John, rector of Hinton St. George, chaplain to the bishop of Bath and Wells, 62.

Martin V (Oddo, Otto Colonna), commission by, 136.
-, -, dispensations by, 5, 6, 10, 31, 36, 39, 40, 43, 67, 68, 73, 176, 177, 181, 479.
-, -, grants by, 111, 137, 186, 190.
-, -, indults by, 40, 77, 518.
-, -, letters of, 36, 38–40, 43, 103, 111, 119.
-, -, mandates by, 25, 52, 290, 466, 476.
-, -, ordinance by, 30 note, 407.
-, -, provisions by, 39, 50, 51, 64, 325, 377, 399, 421, 558, 576.
-, -, rehabilitation by, 40.
-, -, general reservations by, 53, 54, 64, 218.
-, -, special reservations by, 40, 41, 86, 92, 132, 271.
-, -, reservations of cases of simony by, 86, 245, 339, 360, 362, 375, 379, 390, 449, 462, 510, 556, 561.
-, -, resignation to, 88.
-, -, See also cardinal deacons (St. George's in Velabro).

Martini, John, clerk, 404.

Martini, Petrus, papal register rubricated by, 13 note (Corrigenda).

Marwyal. See Marchwiel.

Marytown, Marniten [co. Forfar], 130.

Massy, Isabel, 261.

Matfen, Robert, rector of North Luffenham, master of the hospital of St. Leonard, Leicester, canon of Leicester, 69.
-, -, See also Methfan.

Mathew, David, donsel, 515.
-, -, -, his wife, 515.

Mathieu, David, layman, 474.

Mathow, William, layman, 249.

Mattheus cubicularius, 479.

Maul, Agnes, prioress of Haddington, 326.

Maurice Gwylym, rector of Garthbeibio, 321.

Maxstoke, Makstoch [co. Warwick], Augustinian priory, prior of, papal mandatary, 416, 567.

Maxwell, John, layman, of the diocese of Glasgow, dispensed (on 9 July, 1440) to marry either Mariotta Boyd or Agnes Boyd, of the same diocese, 110.
-, -, John de, layman, of the diocese of Glasgow, dispensed (on 9 July, 1440) to marry Beatrice de Pollok, of the same diocese, 112.

Maybrecray. See Street.

Maydewelle. See Maidwell.

Mayfield, Maghfild [co. Sussex], 520 (bis).

Mayhew, Joan, wife of John Howton, of the diocese of Norwich, 157, 158.
-, -, See also Mayu.

Maynclochog. See Maenclochog.

Maynooth [in the parish of Laraghbryan, co. Kildare], a prebend in Dublin, 111.

Mayo [co. Mayo], bishop of, papal mandatary, 45, 552.
-, -, -, rights of, in respect of subject monasteries, 224.
-, -, Odo, bishop of. See O'Higgin.
-, -, dean of, papal mandatary, 183, 215, 552.
-, -, Malachy, archdeacon of. See Offlannagan.
-, -, canons of. See Offlannagan; Okennuan.
-, -, Augustinian abbey of St. Michael, Odo, abbot of, See O'Higgin.
-, -, -, abbot of, papal mandatary, 151, 215, 223, 381, 405.
-, -, diocese of. See Tuam.

Mayu, Roger, layman, 561.
-, -, -, Joan Stone his wife, relict of John Mayu of the diocese of Salisbury, 561.
-, -, See also Mayhew.

Meath, bishop of, papal mandatary, 56, 115.
-, -, -, rights of in respect of subject monasteries, 223.
-, -, Edward, bishop of. See Daunttesey.
-, -, William, bishop of. See Silk.
-, -, Richard, archdeacon of. See Dutton.
-, -, bishop, dean and chapter of, provisions of benefices in the patronage of, 394, 551, 553.
-, -, official of, papal mandatary, 277.
-, -, intimidation in the diocese of, 16.

Meaux [Seine-et-Marne, France], Pasquerius, bishop of. See Vaux.

Meccarrych, Donald. See MacCarrich.

MecCommara. See Macconmara.

Meccrath. See Macrayth.

Mechnachtan. See Macnachtane.

Meckarthy, Joan daughter of Thady, See MacCarthy.

Mecormayn, Sayb yny, 258.

Mecrayth. See Macrayth.

Mecreuair, Solomon. See Macreuair.

Medicis, Cosmas de, merchant, 524.

Medilmast, William, vicar of Selkirk, 452.

Medilton, John, a Benedictine monk, 271.

Medonis alias Ograda, Nicholas son of Richard. See Ograda.

Medwede, Maurice, prior of St. Mary's, Connall, 218.

Meelick, Milicsinna [co. Galway], Friars Minors' house of St. Francis, 470.

Meelnagh, Millenach [co. Wexford], vicarage of, 291.

Meere. See Mere.

Megaerathai, Magonius. See Macgaerathai.

Megbradaig, Andrew. See Macbradayg.

Megyndmora, Emundus. See Magyndmora.

Meicmaghuna, James, rector of St. Congal's, Galloon, afterwards of St. Tierney's Clones. See Macmachuna.

Meifod, Meyvot [co. Montgomery], rectory of, 378.

Melbourne, Melburne [co. Derby], 234.

Meldon, Thomas de, rector of Newland and Cultir, 466.

Meldrom, Meldron, Andrew de, preceptor of the Scottish house of St. John of Jerusalem, 384.
-, -, David de, vicar of Aboyne, 384.

Melfi [prov. of Basilicata, Italy], Honofrius, bishop of. See Franciscus.

Melios. See Melrose.

Mella, John de, bishop of Zamora, sometime bishop elect of Leon, a papal chaplain and auditor, papal mandatary, 52–54, 136, 138,

Mellifont [co. Louth], Cistercian abbey of St. Mary, abbot of, papal mandatary, 18–20.

Melling [co. Lanc.]. See Hornby.

Melrose, Melios, Melros [co. Roxburgh], Cistercian abbey of St. Mary the Virgin, abbot of, papal mandatary, 174, 340, 343, 349, 413, 444, 450, 463, 471.
-, -, -, Richard, abbot of, 326.
-, -, -, abbot and convent of, licence to, 412, 413.

Melton. See Milton next Gravesend.

Melville, Maluill, Malvil, Malvill [co. Forfar], parish church of, 341, 443, 535.

Memaghamma alias Mescaym, Malachy. See Mescaym.

Mendham, Mendam [co. Suffolk], Cluniac priory, monk of, 77.

Menethesloyn. See Mynyddislwyn.

Menethtergch. See Foel Dyrch.

Menzies, David, knight, 588.

Meone, Walter, priest, an apostate Premonstratensian canon, 64, 65.

Mere, Meere, [co. Wilts], 33.

Mereduth vab Gruffyth, layman, 300.
-, -, Gwenllian his wife, 300.

Merflete, Robert, warden of the chapel of St. James, Sutton St. James, 134, 135.
-, -, Simon, vicar of Wawne, 135.

Merning, Philip, canon of Lismore, papal mandatary, 553.

Mersey, Robert, a Friar Minor, 264.

Mershe [in the parish of Tring, co. Herts], 461.

Mersshe, Roger, canon of Lincoln, 587.

Merthyrkelen. See Llangeler.

Merton [co. Surrey], Augustinian priory, canon of, 526, 566.

Mescaym alias Memaghamna, Malachy, vicar of Tedavnet, 397.

Methfan, Alexander, vicar of Coull, 499.
-, -, See also Matfen.

Mevagh, Myvach [co. Donegal], 25.

Mey, John, vicar of Delvin in the diocese of Meath, 35, 343.
-, -, -, archbishop of Armagh, 343, 379, 383 and note, 389, 542.

Meyvot. See Meifod.

Micaedadgayn, Micaedagayn. See Mac Egan.

Miccagayn, Tiernan, vicar of Killechan, See MacEgan.

Miccommara. See Macconmara.

Micdalaig, Philip, vicar of Conwal. See Macdalaig.

Micdoncay, Dermit and Dubconlayg inge, See Macdonnchaid.

Micdonnchaid, Micdonnchard. See Macdonnchaid.

Miceadga, Malachy. See Maceadga.

Micgyllade, Hugh. See Macgyllade.

Micgillavanach, Thomas. See Macgillavanach.

Michacgan, Odo. See MacEgan.

Michelham [co. Sussex], Augustinian priory, prior of, papal mandatary, 215.

Michell, alias Multon, Richard, a Benedictine monk, 221.

Micineruly, Dermit, rector of Annagh. See Macineruly.

Mickahayn, Maurice, vicar of Kilmacduane. See Mackahayn.

Mickamayll. See Mackamayl.

Mickechin, Magonius, vicar of Ardcarn. See Mackechin.

Mickelgeoid, John, vicar of Galey. See Mackelgeoid.

Micmcristin, Charles, priest. See Macmcristin.

Micmolissa, Duncan son of Duncan. See Macmolissa.

Micronbay, Philip, clerk. See Macronbay.

Micserrayd, Cornelius. See Macsearraid.

Middelton. See Milton Abbas.

Middleton, Middilton, Mydlynton, Mydlyngton [co. York, E.R.], 59, 114, 166, 315.
-, -, chantry of (founded by Gilbert de Middleton), in Wappenham parish church, 59, 114, 166.

Midelton, Midylton, Hugh, prior of the Hospitallers of Ireland, Turcopolier of the Order, and preceptor of Temple Bruer and Willoughton, 265, 437, 438, 516.

Milbrook, Mulbroke [co. Bedford], 3.

Mildenhall, Mildenhale [co. Suffolk], vicarage of, 259.

Mileoc Macanma, in the parish of Clonkeen (q.v.), 211.

Milicsinna. See Meelick.

Mille, Hugh, layman, 586.

Millenach. See Meelnagh.

Milton [co. Cambridge], 36.
-, - [co. Berks], 63.
-, -, Abbas, Middelton [co. Dorset], Benedictine abbey, abbot of, papal mandatary, 469.
-, -, next Gravesend, Melton [co. Kent], John Sprever of, 302, 307.
-, -, -, Joan his wife, 302, 307.

Milverton [co. Somerset], a prebend in Wells, 34.

Mimms, North, Northmemes [co. Herts], 315.

Minbrisg, Minbrise (rectius Minbrisc). See Sligo.

Minster in Thanet, Mynster [co. Kent], vicarage of St. Mary's, 522.

Mirscarraigh, Cornelius. See Macsearraid.

Mirton, Thomas, Thomas de, clerk, of the diocese of St. Andrews, 50.
-, -, -, rector of Kilmany in the diocese of St. Andrews, 401.
-, - See also Myrtoun.

Misyn, Richard, a Carmelite friar, 210.

Mixbury, Myxbury, Myxburi [co. Oxford], 71.

Moat, Mote [in Iden parish, co. Sussex], chapel of, 279.

Mobberley, Modburley [co. Chester], parish church of, 57.

Mochelney. See Muchelney.

Modena [Emilia, Italy], bishop of, papal mandatary, 392.

Moelanvhy, Moelanvhy (rectius Moelanuhy). See Molana.

Moffate, Moffette, Robert, treasurer of Glasgow, a papal chaplain, 2, 49, 124.

Molana, Moelanvhy, Moelannhy (rectius Moelanuhy) [in Ballynatray demesne, parish of Templemichael, co. Waterford], Augustinian abbey, abbot of, papal mandatary, 183, 194.

Moleyns, Master Adam, notary apostolic, canon, archdeacon and dean of Salisbury, rector of Kempsey, canon of Wells, Lincoln and St, Asaph, and bishop of Chichester. 84, 85, 155, 250, 300, 493, 514.
-, -, Juliana, widow, 300.

Molineux, Robert, donsel, 511.

Molinger. See Mullingar.

Molino, Blasius de, patriarch of Grado, regent of the papal chancery, 44.

Mollyslee, John, citizen of London, 367.
-, -, -, -, Elizabeth his wife, 367.

Molycourt [co. Norfolk], Benedictine cell, prior of, papal mandatary, 406.

Molynger, Molynkeayr. See Mullingar.

Monachlogddu [co. Pembroke], 454.

Monaghan, Lothey [co. Monaghan], vicarage of, 397.

Monaincha, Insula Viventium [co. Tipperary], Augustinian priory of St. Mary, prior of, papal mandatary, 333, 350, 351, 375, 399, 406.
-, -, -, canon of, 350, 410.

Monasteranenagh, de Magio, de Magyo [co. Limerick], Cistercian abbey of St. Mary, prior of, papal mandatary, 169, 172, 198.
-, -, -, Nicholas, late abbot of, 570.
-, -, -, Nicholas, a monk and intruded abbot of. See Trostan alias Lewes.
-, -, -, Philip, abbot of, See Geraldinis.

Monasterevin, Rosglas, de Rosseo Valle [co. Kildare], Cistercian abbey, abbot of, papal mandatary, 200, 508.

Monasteroris, de Castellopetra alias de Casleanfeorays [King's County], 15.

Moneuard. See Monivaird.

Mongomery, Thomas, layman, 515.
-, -, -, Sibyl his wife, 515.
-, -, See also Montegomorre.

Monikie, Monyeky [co. Forfar], 46.

Monimail, Monimel [co. Fife], vicarage of, 323.

Monivaird, Moneuard [co. Perth], vicarage of, 441, 497.

Monk, Robert, of Leeds [co. Kent], layman, 302.
-, -, -, -, Anne his wife, 302.

Monks Risborough, Monks Rysburgh [co. Bucks], 62.

Monkton, Munkton, Munktoun [co. Ayr], 22, 421, 476, 577.
-, - See also Adamton.

Montacute [co. Somerset], Cluniac priory, order for the visitation of, 563, 564.

Monte, B. de, 3 et passim.

Monte, Master Peter de, pievano of St. George's, Illasi, a notary apostolic, residing in England, 227, 229 note.
-, -, -, papal mandatary, 2, 3.
-, -, -, collector of the papal camera in England, 58, 63–66, 128.
-, -, -, bishop of Brescia, 260.

Montegomorre, Montegomory, Adam de, vicar of Stewarton in the diocese of Glasgow, kinsman of James II king of Scots, to have collation of the archdeaconry of Dunkeld, 146.
-, -, -, clerk, of the diocese of Dunblane, 383.
-, -, -, clerk, of the diocese of Glasgow, 444.
-, - See also Mongomery.

Montella, P. de, 42 et passim.

Montemi(rabi)li, [Johannes de], papal register rubricated by, 525 note.
-, - See also Johannes.

Monterlyrend. See Aghaloo.

Montfort [-sur-Risle, dep. Eure, France], parish church of St. Peter, 392.

Montmorel [cne of Poilley, dep. of Manche, France], Augustinian abbey, abbot of, papal mandatary, 168.

Montrose, Montros [co. Forfar], 45, 46.

Monyeky. See Monikie.

Monyncayn. See Munynyayn.

Monypeny, John, canon of Brechin, to be rector of Collace, 504.

Moorgagagh, Killeenbrenan St. Brandanus [co. Mayo], vicarage of, 402.

Mora Morton, Moriston [co. Tipperary, S.R.], prebend of, in Lismore, 209, 510.

Morachd, diocese of Achonry (? in Killaraght, co. Sligo), 89.

Moray, [co. Elgin], bishop of, provision of a benefice in the patronage of, 18.
-, -, -, papal mandatary, 51, 72, 75, 261, 326, 419.
-, -, -, rights of, in regard to the blessing of abbots, 360.
-, -, John, bishop of. See Winchester.
-, -, dean and chapter of, provision of a benefice in the patronage of, 18.
-, -, dean of, papal mandatary, 419, 426, 445, 447, 480.
-, -, David, archdeacon of. See Ogilvy.
-, -, Henry, archdeacon of. See Hervy.
-, -, precentor of, papal mandatary, 48, 93, 352, 419.
-, -, Ingram, precentor of. See Lindsay.
-, -, official of, papal mandatary, 505, 530.
-, -, treasurer of, papal mandatary, 447.
-, -, William, treasurer of. See Goldismyt.
-, -, canons of, crofts of, 11.
-, -, - See Arowis; Forstar; Goldismyt; Innes (James and John de); Ker; Leighton (Alexander de); Stewart; Tullach (Robert de).
-, -, altar of St. Thomas the Martyr in the cathedral church of, 447.

More. See Northmoor.

More, John, layman, 515.
-, -, -, Juliana his wife, 515.
-, -, Roger, and children, manumission of, 525.
-, -, Thomas, layman, 258.

Morepath, Stephen, dean of the chapel royal, Wallingford, canon of Wells, prebendary of St. Mary's, Shrewsbury, rector of Knoyle East, a chaplain of Henry V, 33.

Morgan. See Margam.

Morgan, Philip, bishop of Ely, 344.
-, - ap David ap Hopkyn, layman, 496.
-, - ap Rees, a Cistercian monk, 413.

Moricii, William, rector of Eye, 169.
-, - See also Moris.

Morinen. i.e., Térouane q.v.

Moriow, Thomas. See Morow.

Moris, John, donsel, 63.
-, -, William, a Cistercian monk, 424.
-, - See also Moricii.

Moriston. See Mora.

Morley, Nicholas, esquire, 586.
-, -, -, Joan his wife, 586.

Morley, Morle [co. Norfolk], Robert lord of, marshal of Ireland, 77, 260, 312, 313 (bis), 314.
-, -, -, Elizabeth Roos his wife, 260, 312, 313 (bis), 314.

Morow, Moriow, Thomas, a Cluniac monk of Paisley, sometime abbot of the same, 371, 417, 421, 433, 454, 576, 577.

Mortemer, David, layman, 587.
-, -, -, Elizabeth his wife, 587.

Mortlach, Mortlai [co. Banff], a prebend in Aberdeen, 581.

Morton, John, rector of Ilfracombe, 377.
-, - alias Bovi or Bovy, John, canon of Exeter, 308, 367.
-, -, -, papal mandatary, 349.
-, - alias Mortown, John, rector de facto of Llanrhaidr in Kinmerch, 191.
-, -, Thomas, master of the hospital of SS. James and John, Brackley, 98.
-, -, -, minister of the Trinitarian house of Failford, 568.

Morton, Mortoun [co. Dumfries], parish church of, 357.

Morton Minor upon Lugg [co. Hereford], a prebend in Hereford, 36.

Morton. See Mora.

Mortown alias Morton, John. See Morton.

Morville [co. Salop]. See Underton.

Morwyll, Ralph, canon of Exeter, papal mandatary, 349.

Mose, John, priest, 306.

Mota. See Ballymote.

Mote. See Moat.

Mothel, John, bishop of Limerick, 53, 54, 138, 534.

Motte, John, layman, 311.
-, -, -, Agnes his wife, 311.

Mowbray, John, duke of Norfolk, chaplains of, 355, 469.
-, -, -, -, Eleanor his wife, indult to, 122.
-, -, -, -, Margaret his aunt, indult to, 587.
-, -, -, -, petitions by, 355, 469.

Moycullen, Magouillind [co. Galway], 489.

Moylgrove [co. Pembroke], 454.

Mucamair. See Muckamore.

Muchelney, Mochelney [co. Somerset], Benedictine abbey, abbot of, papal mandatary, 469.

Muckamore, Mucamair [co. Antrim], parish church of, 529.

Muckhart, Mukart [co. Perth], church of, 263.

Mueilkyntire, St. Columba de. See Kilcolmkill.

Muintir-Anghaile, Muyndtearcangayle (a territory in co. Longford), rectory of, 466.

Muintir-Eolais, Muntereolais (barony of Leitrim, co. Leitrim), rectory of, 440.

Mukart. See Muckhart.

Mulbroke. See Milbrook.

Mulegert. See Mullingar.

Mulhuddart, Malahidryt [co. Dublin], a prebend in Dublin, 81.

Mullingar, Molinger, Molynger, Molynkeayr, Mulynger, Mulegert [co. Westmeath], Augustinian priory of St. Mary alias the House of God, prior of, papal mandatary, 1, 191, 222, 347, 399, 547.
-, -, -, Thomas, prior of. See Yonge.
-, -, -, canons of, 187.
-, -, -, indulgence for alms etc. towards the repair of, 463.

Multon, John, an Augustinian friar, 214.

Multon, alias Michell, Richard. See Michell.

Mulyndylaideog, dio. Clonfert, 354.

Mulynger. See Mullingar.

Mummowthe, John, rector of Bishopstrow, 113.

Munby, Agnes, a Cistercian nun, 310.

Munkton, Munktoun. See Monkton.

Munterachid. See Killererin.

Muntereolais. See Muintir-Eolais.

Munynyayn, Monyncayn, a prebend in Kilmacduagh, 296, 358.

Mure, Walter, nobleman, 177.

Muresley. See Mursley.

Murher, Muyrrlgh [co. Kerry], a prebend in Ardfert, 509.

Murre, John, vicar of Theddlethorpe, 410.

Mursley, Muresley [co. Bucks], 43.

Muskerry, Muskeyghtrog [co. Cork], baron of. See Rupe.

Musselburgh, Muskylburg, Mussewurgh (rectius Musselburgh), Mussiwurg (rectius Mussilburg), [co. Edinburgh], vicarage of, 27, 319, 414, 448.

Musselwyk, William, an Augustinian friar, 218, 310.

Mussilburg. See Musselburgh.

Muthill, Muthil [co. Perth], vicarage of, 497, 498.

Muyndtearcangayle. See Muintir-Anghaile.

Muyrrylgh. See Murher.

Myddilham, John, rector of Meifod, canon of Llanddewi-Brefi, canon of Stafford, etc., 378.

Mydlyngton. See Middleton.

Mynbrisg. See Sligo.

Mynster. See Minster.

Mynyddislwyn, Menethesloyn [co. Monmouth], chapel of, 203, 204.

Myrtoun, John, rector of Tarvat, 542.
-, - See also Mirton.

Myssenden, John, vicar of Leatherhead, 541.

Myvach. See Mevagh.

Myxbury, Myxburi. See Mixbury.


Footnotes

1See also names beginning with "O"