Index of Persons and Places
N

Sponsor

Institute of Historical Research

Publication

Author

J. A. Twemlow (editor)

Year published

1912

Pages

667-670

Annotate

Comment on this article
Double click anywhere on the text to add an annotation in-line

Citation Show another format:

'Index of Persons and Places: N', Calendar of Papal Registers Relating to Great Britain and Ireland, Volume 9: 1431-1447 (1912), pp. 667-670. URL: http://british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=103472 Date accessed: 28 July 2014.


Highlight

(Min 3 characters)

N

Naas [co. Kildare], vicarage of, 111.

Nacarha, dio. Clonfert, 354.

Nacnach, Naenach. See Nenagh.

Nafalimug in Tuarbreach (boundary of Kilvarnet), in the diocese of Achonry, 381.

Nailstone, Naylestone [co. Leicester], Ebulo, rector of, 59.

Nainthi, Gurthin (boundary of Kilvarnet), in the diocese of Achonry, 382.

Nakylla, dio. Clonfert, 354.

Nanfan, John. See Nenfant.

Nantgwynt. See Llanfair Nant Gwyn.

Naples, 369 note.

Narford alias Oldhall, Oldhall [co. Norfolk], 369.

Narnia, Berardus de, papal chaplain and auditor, 437.

Naylestone. See Nailstone.

Neanagh. See Nenagh.

Neath, Neth [co. Glamorgan], Cistercian abbey, Thomas, abbot of, afterwards abbot of Margam, 527.

Neborow, John, layman, 515.
-, -, -, Alice his wife, 515.

Neilston [co. Renfrew], See Cowdon.

Nemee, Maurice, vicar of St. John the Evangelist's in Islay (i.e. Kaldalton), 395.
-, -, Odo son of Maurice, to be vicar of St. John Evangelist's in Islay (i.e. Kildalton), 395.

Nenagh, le Nacnach, le Naenach, le Neanagh [co. Tipperary], Augustinian priory of St. John Baptist, 216, 351.
-, -, prior of, papal mandatary, 333, 407, 534.

Nenfant (i.e. John Nanfan), layman, 474.

Nerber, Thomas, layman, 579.

Nesa verch Howel ap Ieuan ap Res, 496.

Nesewik, Robert, rector of Reculver, chaplain to Humphrey, duke of Gloucester, 73, 564.

Nest, Walter, clerk, 451.

Neth. See Neath.

Neuabberden. See Aberdeen.

Neubotel. See Newbattle.

Neuport. See Newport.

Neuton. See Newton.

Neuwbotyl. See Newbattle.

Nevern, Neverne [co. Pembroke], church of St. Bernachius, 501 note, 502.

Neville, Alexander de, archbishop of York, 32.
-, -, John, knight, 579.
-, -, Nevill, Newelle, Richard, earl of Salisbury, 236.
-, -, -, -, his wife, 236.
-, -, Robert, bishop of Durham, 78, 158, 181.

Newark, Newerk [co. Nottingham], 521.
-, -, Norwk, de Novo loco [co. Surrey], Augustinian priory, Ralph, prior of, afterwards bishop elect of Down. See Adderley.
-, -, -, canon of, 513.

Newbattle, Neubotel, Neuwbotyl, Newbotil, Nowboutyl [co. Edinburgh], Cistercian abbey of St. Mary, abbot of, papal mandatary, 17, 66, 289, 441.
-, -, -, Thomas, abbot of, 343.
-, -, -, convent of, 343.

Newbo [co. Lincoln], Premonstratensian abbey, abbot of, papal mandatary, 570.

Newbotil. See Newbattle.

Newcastell, David, canon of Llandaff, and rector of Coychurch, 5.

Newcomme, John, canon of Crediton, rector of Shobrooke, vicar of Okehampton, 7.

Newelle. See Neville.

Neweport. See Newport.

Newerk. See Newark.

Newlands, Newland [co. Peebles], parish church of, 466.

Newman, John, clerk, 322.
-, -, Thomas, warden of Middleton's chantry in Wappenham parish church, 59, 166.

Newnton, North, Newton [co. Wilts], parish church of St. James the Great, 285.

Newport [co. Pembroke], indulgence for the repair of the bridge, 486.
-, -, Neweport [co. Salop], chapel of St. Mary the Virgin in the parish church of, 43, 104.

Newry (de Viridiligno) [co. Down], Cistercian abbey of SS. Mary and Patrick, abbot of, papal mandatary, 168, 547, 581.

Newsham, Nusum [in Brocklesby parish, co. Lincoln], Premonstratensian abbey, abbot of, papal mandatary, 134.

Newstead, Newstede [co. Lincoln], Augustinian priory, prior of, papal mandatary, 406.

Newton, Lesbrawst [co. Pembroke], 454.
-, - in Barton Stacey [co. Hants], chapel of, 335.
-, -, Ferrers [co. Devon], rectory of, 246.
-, -, Great Newton [co. Northants], chapel of, 216.
-, -, Little [in Newton, co. Northants], chapel of, 216.
-, -, North. See Newnton.

Newton, Neuton, George, canon of Glasgow, 413.
-, -, Nicholas, rector of Great Hasely, 34, 175, 181.

Newtown, Nova villa [in Kilmacduagh parish, co. Galway], 87.
-, - See Burriscarra.

Neym, layman, 289.

Nicasius, 552 note, 558, 565, 571, 582.

Nicholai, Patrick, priest, notary public, 247.
-, -, William, donsel, 237 note.
-, -, -, Juliana his wife, 237 note.

Nicholas V, 366, 581 note.

Nicolaus [Ghestendorp], papal registers rubricated by, 38 note, 76 note, 85 note, 318 note, 565.
-, - See also Ghestendorp.

Nicoll, John, rector of St. Laurence's, Exeter, 308.
-, -, -, priest, of the diocese of Norwich, 311.
-, -, -, -, notary public, 322.

Nightingale, Nyghtyngalle, William, priest, 235.

Niuella, Jo(hannes) [Egidii] de, papal registers rubricated by, 108 note, 222 note, 371 note.

Nobiyght or Nobryght, diocese of Rochester, 314.

Nona. See Noughaval.

Nonefern (rectius Novefern). See Fearn.

Norfolk, John, duke of. See Mowbray.
-, -, -, Eleanor his wife. See Mowbray.
-, -, -, Margaret his aunt. See Mowbray.

Norhanton, John, rector of Houville, 428.

Norman, alias Watton, Edmund, a Cluniac monk, chaplain of Robert, lord of Morley, 77.

Normandy, reconquest of by the French, 250, 251.

Normanton, Thomas, a Benedictine monk, 264.

Norrys, John, layman, 230, 240.
-, -, -, his wife, 230, 240.

North, Maurice, minister of the Trinitarian house of Adare, 422.
-, -, William, vicar of North Curry, 511.

Northampton [co. Northants], William, archdeacon of. See Gray.
-, -, Augustinian abbey of St. James, petition of, 210.
-, -, Cluniac priory of St. Andrew, prior of, papal mandatary, 210, 220.

Northcory. See Curry, North.

Northenden, Northerdeyne [co. Chester], rectory of, 579, 580, 584.

Northmemes. See Mimms, North.

Northmoor, More [co. Oxford], 64.

Northrepps, Nortyppes [co. Norfolk], 84.

Northumberland, Henry, earl of. See Percy.
-, -, archdeacon of, papal mandatary, 177.

Norton, John, archdeacon of Berks, chancellor of the University of Oxford, in the service of Henry VI, 82.

Norton [co. Somerset], rectory etc. of, 270.

Nortyppes. See Northrepps.

Norve, Thomas, vicar of St. Enan's, Drumraney, 110.

Norwell [co. Notts], prebend of the Tertia Pars in Southwell, 59.

Norwich [co. Norfolk], bishop of, faculties to, 525, 563.
-, -, -, papal mandatary, 102, 157, 282, 284, 336, 483.
-, -, prior and chapter of, consent of to a manumission, 525.
-, -, Thomas, bishop of. See Brown.
-, -, Walter, bishop of. See Lyhert.
-, -, Augustinian friary, friar of, 310.
-, -, Carmelite house, friar of, 221.
-, -, -, anchorite of, 241.
-, -, serf of the church of, 525.
-, -, place called Redyng in the city of, 243.

Norwk. See Newark.

Nory, Robert, layman, 577.

Nostel [co. York, W.R.], Augustinian priory of St. Oswald, prior of, 235.
-, -, -, convent of, 422.

Nothvabernach, the noddfa or sanctuary of St. Bernachius [in Nevern, co. Pembroke], 501 note, 502.

Notlay. See Nutley.

Notley, Black, Notle Nigra [co. Essex], rectory of, 42, 277, 278.

Nouall, Thomas, vicar of Terregles, 542.

Noughaval, Nona, rectius Nova [ecclesia], [co. Clare,] vicarage of, 396.

Nova via, abbey of. See Abbeygormacan.

Nova villa. See Newtown.

Novefern, Novefern. See Fearn.

Nowboutyl. See Newbattle.

Nuecolyn (rectius miccolyn). See Maccolyn.

Nugent, Richard, to be rector of Killulagh, 547.
-, -, Nuugunt, Thomas, vicar of St. Enanus's, Drumraney, 550.

Nunburnholme, Burnhom [co. York, E.R.], 7.

Nuneaton, Nuneton, Eton [co. Warwick], priory of St. Mary, of the order of Fontevrault, Fontevraud, prioress and convent of, 567.
-, -, -, nun of, 421.
-, -, parish church of, 567.

Nurny. See Urney.

Nusum. See Newsham.

Nutley, Notlay [co. Bucks], Augustinian abbey, canon of, 216.

Nuugunt, Thomas. See Nugent.

Nyghtengalle, Nyghtyngalle, John and William. See Gisborne; Nightingale.