Index of Persons and Places
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'Index of Persons and Places: P', Calendar of Papal Registers Relating to Great Britain and Ireland, Volume 9: 1431-1447 (1912), pp. 686-689. URL: http://british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=103474 Date accessed: 31 July 2014.


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Padarn, Walter, priest, rector of Llanwrin, 320, 321 note.

Padua [Venetia], canon of. See Garatoni.
-, -, University of, 82.

Paisley, de Pasleto, Poslai [co. Renfrew], Cluniac abbey of St. Mirrin, Richard, abbot of, 417, 433, 436, 477.
-, -, -, John, abbot of. See Lythcow.
-, -, -, Thomas, abbot of. See Morow; Tarveis.
-, -, -, abbot and convent, benefices in the gift of, 289, 436, 536, 577.
-, -, -, Robert, prior of. See Barberii.
-, -, -, monks of, 371, 417, 433, 454.
-, -, -, convent and vassals of, papal letters to, 434.

Pakyngton, Pakyngtone, John, clerk, 162.
-, -, Thomas, donsel, 237.
-, -, -, Willelmina his wife, 237.

Palestine. See Holy Land (in Index of Subjects); Jerusalem.

Palmer, John, layman, 235.
-, -, -, Elizabeth his wife, 235.
-, -, William, rector of Smarden and Harbledown, 36, 37, 522.

Parke, Walter, layman, 316.

Parker, Cecily, 104.
-, -, Parkey, Joan, 104.

Parle, Thomas, rector of Winford and Axbridge, member of the household of John, bishop of Bath and Wells (chancellor of England), 156, 157.

Partriche, Peter, chancellor of Lincoln, 162.

Partrick, Partryk, Pertryck, Pertryk, William, prior of Lytham, monk of Durham, 318, 355, 458.

Pasmer, Robert, donsel, 316.
-, -, -, Katherine his wife, 316.

Passelewe, John, a citizen of London, 380, 583.
-, -, -, -, Alice his wife, 300, 583.

Pastone, William, knight, patron of the parish church of Tattershall, 159, 162.

Patt Beg, in the parish of Clonkeen (q.v.). 211.

Paulyn, William, chantry priest at Exeter, 248.

Pawe, Geoffrey, layman, 483.

Paxton, John, of Gravesend, layman, 308.
-, -, -, Catherine his wife, 308.

Payne, John, layman, 242.
-, -, -, wife, 242.
-, -, Richard, layman, 515.
-, -, -, Elizabeth his wife, 515.

Pazis, Peter de, merchant, 524.

Peasemore, Peesmere [co. Berks], rectory of, 62, 373, 374.

Pebidiog, Pebidiauk, Pebydiauk [co. Pembroke], 501 note, 502.

Peblis, Thomas de, vicar of Innerleithan, 452.

Pebydiauk. See Pebidiog.

Pecock, Reginald, bishop of St. Asaph, 433.

Pedewel, John, vicar (rector) of Winterborne Steepleton, 62, 69.

Peebles [co. Peebles], charter dated at, 457.
-, -, Trinitarian friars of, 531.
-, - See also Peblis.

Peesmere. See Peasemore.

Peethowrde, Robert, canon of Bayeux, 255.

Pekyrk, John, a Benedictine monk, 406.

Pellyne, Richard, dean of Cork, 173.

Pelrot, John, layman, 229.
-, -, -, Maud his wife, 229.

Pembridge, Penbrige [co. Hereford], rectory of St. Mary's, 561.

Pembroke, 501 note, 503.
-, - See also Penbroke.

Pen Allt, Penallthe [in Kidwelly parish, co. Carmarthen], 369.

Penart. See Pennard.

Penbrige. See Pembridge.

Penbroke, John, chantry priest at St. Nicholas's in the Shambles, London, 246.

Penchere, John, a Benedictine monk, 457.

Pencrich. See Penkridge.

Pendele in Aldbury [co. Hertford], chapel of St. Mary the Virgin at, 255.

Pendles. See Pennels.

Penkridge, Pencrich [co. Stafford], chapel royal, 81.

Penlline, Penthlynd [co. Glamorgan], 517.

Pennard, East, Est Penart [co. Somerset], vicarage of, 571.

Pennels, alias Pendles, Penyles [in Chulmleigh parish, co. Devon], a portion or prebend in Chulmleigh parish church, 125.

Penthlyng. See Penlline.

Penven, Robert, canon of Dunkeld, rector of Sowdon, vicar of Closburn, 357.
-, -, Thomas, rector of Lilliesleaf, vicar of Cathcart and Wiston, 71, 96, 402, 437, 449.
-, -, Thomas, the younger, canon of Glasgow, rector of Lochmaben, vicar of Wiston, 437, 439, 449, 460.

Penyles. See Pennels.

Percy, Henry, earl of Northumberland, 41, 73, 210.
-, -, John, subdean of Lincoln, 162.

Peregrini, Master Peter, papal chaplain and auditor, 107.

Person, William, rector of Melville, 340, 443, 535.

Persone, John, alias Broune. See Brown.

Perth (co. Perth), parish church of, 267.
-, -, Vallis virtutis, Carthusian priory, priory and convent of, letters conservatory for, 44.
-, -, -, -, patronage of, 140.

Pertryck, Pertryk, William. See Partrick.

Peterborough [co. Northants], Benedictine abbey, 378.

Peterston [in Burnham Overy parish, co. Norfolk], Augustinian canons' priory of St. Peter, Richard, prior of. See Hulme.

Petir, William, clerk, 287.
-, -, -, his wife, 287.

Petit, Thomas, dean of Ferns, 420.

Petra, abbey de. See Kilmacduagh.

Petrafertili, abbey de. See Corcomroe.

Petri, Ja., 22 et passim.

Pettys, Archangelus, layman, 243.
-, -, -, Margaret his wife, 243.

Petworth, Richard, canon of Lincoln, 304.

Peuven. See Penven.

Peyton, John, a Benedictine monk of St. Albans, 459.

Peytwyn, Walter, rector of St. Thomas the Martyr's in Winchelsea, 157.

Pgewik. See Powick.

Phalefurd. See Failford.

Philip ap David Lloyd, priest, of the diocese of St. Davids, 494.

Philip [ap David] Lloyd, priest, of [the diocese of St. Davids], 301.
-, -, -, Nest Gruffini his mother, 301.

Philip ap David Lloyd, Philip Lloyde [ap] David Lloyd, Philip Loyd son (filius) of David, rector of Merthyr in the diocese of St. Davids, 306.
-, -, -, -, to have collation of a canonry and prebend of Lismore in Ireland, 510.

Philippopolis [Arabia], James, bishop of, 225.
-, -, John, bishop elect of. See Kegill.

Philipson, John, vicar of Culmac, 547.

Phillyp, William, baron, 242.
-, -, -, his wife, 242.

Pigg, John, vicar of Seacourt, rector of Kingham, 60.

Pilkyngton, Pylkyngton, Edmund, nobleman, 182.
-, -, -, Elizabeth his daughter, damsel, 182.
-, -, Thomas, donsel, 182.
-, - See also Harrington.

Pill, Pilla [in Steynton, co. Pembroke], cell of, 454.

Pilton, Pylton [co. Devon], Benedictine priory, William, prior of. See Worcestre.

Pinardi, Martinus, 6 et passim.
-, -, -, dean of Bayeux, afterwards bishop of Avranches, 297 and note.

Pinchon, John, rector of Montfort, an abbreviator of papal letters, 392.

Pinsley Brook, le Pyndesuclye, le Pyndesuclie [co. Hereford], 108.

Piot, Pyot, Alexander, canon of Dunkeld and Aberdeen, 143, 320, 508.
-, -, Laurence, dean of Ross, archdeacon of Caithness, afterwards of Aberdeen, canon of Brechin and Glasgow, litigant about the rectory of Benholme, 27, 107, 126, 140–142, 261, 320.

Pipwell, Pypwell [co. Northants], Cistercian abbey, abbot of, papal mandatary, 220, 570.
-, -, -, abbot and convent of, 216.

Pisce, Leonard de, a canon of Florence, papal mandatary, 96, 97.

Piscia, Bernardinus Michaelis de, papal register rubricated by, 504 note.

Pistorio, Cyprianus. See Cyprianus.

Piville, John, canon of Salisbury, 313.

Pizolpassus, [de] Pizolpassis, Paulus (as in Cal. VIII), 13, 15 note, et passim.

Plantagenet, Richard, duke of York, 259, 463, 486, 489.

Planysted, John, a brother of Ashridge, 269.

Plesseyo, Michael de, preceptor of St. Anthony's, Rouen, to have collation also of the preceptorship of St. Anthony's, London, 3, 4.

Poggius, (Giov. Franc. Poggio di Guccio Bracciolini, the humanist), 47 et passim.

Polardi, Thomas. See Pollard.

Pole, William de la, earl of Suffolk, 8, 241.
-, -, -, -, Alice his wife, 8.
-, -, See also Poole.

Policastro [Calabria, Italy], diocese of, 297 note, 418.

Pollard, Pollarde, Elizabeth, widow, 242.
-, -, John, nobleman, 239, 242.
-, -, -, Isabel, his wife, 239, 242.
-, -, Pollarde, Richard, layman, 242.
-, -, -, Thomasina his wife, 242.
-, -, Polardi, Thomas, a Carthusian monk, 230, 267.

Pollok, Beatrice de, 112.

Polmadie, Polmade [in Govan parish, co. Lanark], hospital of, 546.

Ponntfrett. See Pontefract.

Ponson, Andrew, chancellor of Cloyne, 359.

Pontefract [co. York, W.R.], chapel royal of St. Clement in the castle of, 32.
-, -, Ponntfrett (rectius Pountfrett), Cluniac alien priory of St. John the Evangelist, exemption of from the priory of la Charité, 205.
-, -, -, prior of, papal mandatary, 451.
-, -, hospital of St. Nicholas, 423.

Pole [co. Devon], a prebend in Crediton, 10.

Poole, Catherine, abbess of Barking, 304.
-, -, See also Pole.

Porcellame, Thomas, layman. See Porthalyn.

Port, William, clerk, 304.

Porthalyn, Porcellame, Thomas, esquire, 473n, 474, 475, 517, 518.
-, -, -, his wife, 517.
-, -, -, his household, 518.

Porth-mawr [in St. Davids, co. Pembroke], 501 note, 502.

Portmien. See Inishmaine.

Porto [prov. of Rome, Italy], Francis, bishop of. See Cardinal priests (St. Clement's).

Portu patrum, abbey of St. Mary de. See Annadown.

Portu puro, abbey of St. Mary de. See Clonfert.

Poscus, Johannes Baptista, a scribe in the papal registrary, 504 note.

Poslai. See Paisley.

Portmiean. See Inishmaine.

Poulton le Fylde, Pulton in Amuerdernes [co. Lancaster], church of, 269.

Poultrell', John, layman, 307.
-, -, -, Margery his wife, 307.

Pounde, Thomas, donsel, 316, 317.

Powas, William, a Benedictine monk, 206.

Power, Walter, layman, 559.
-, -, -, Joan his widow, 559.

Powick, Pgewik [co. Worcester], 316.

Prati, Richard. See Praty.

Prato, Geminianus de, papal chaplain and auditor, 23, 27, 51, 142, 319, 541.

Praty, Prati, Richard, clerk, 117.
-, -, -, bishop of Chichester, 514.

Préaux [Eure, France], Benedictine abbey of St. Peter, John, abbot of, provision to, 47.
-, -, -, Stephen, abbot of, 47.
-, -, -, monk of, 47.
-, -, -, convent and vassals of, papal letters to, 47.

Preen, Proue (rectius Prone, i.e. Prene), [co. Salop], 3.

Preen, John, archbishop of Armagh, 56, 60, 193, 279, 343, 363, 383 note.

Prémontré [dep. Aisne, France], John, abbot of, 420.

Prendirgest, Robert de, canon of Glasgow, 124.
-, -, -, -, papal mandatary, 454, 471.

Prescelly, Prisscle [a mountain in co. Pembroke], 454.

Prest, John, layman, 461.
-, -, William, layman, 461.

Preston, Henry, donsel, 440.

Prestwick [co. Ayr]. See Adamton.

Pricebrige, Thomas, rector of Lowthorpe, 118, 119.

Prille, John, layman, 237.
-, -, -, Alice his wife, 237.

Prisscle. See Prescelly.

Prouekele rectius Prone (i.e. Prene) [and] Kele. See Preen.
-, - See also Keel.

Pulton. See Poulton.

Purcell, Jordan, bishop of Cork and Cloyne, sometime chancellor of Limerick, 53, 54, 138, 173, 438, 533.

Putford [co. Devon], 239.

Puyngges, Edward, rector of Westbourne, 491.

Py, John, layman, 240.
-, -, -, his wife, 240.

Pylkyngton, Thomas. See Pilkyngton.

Pylton. See Pilton.

Pyndesuclie, Pyndesuclye. See Pinsley Brook.

Pyot, Alexander and Laurence. See Piot.

Pypwell. See Pipwell.