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'Index of Persons and Places: R', Calendar of Papal Registers Relating to Great Britain and Ireland, Volume 9: 1431-1447 (1912), pp. 689-693. URL: http://british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=103476 Date accessed: 01 September 2014.


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Rabi, Richard, vicar of St. Michael on Wyre, 370.

Rading. See Reading.

Ragged alias Foxe, Patrick, bishop of Ossory, 45 note.

Raidyngan. See Rathangan.

Railstoun, Ralistoun, Raylston, John de, dean of Dunkeld, secretary of James II, king of Scots, 529, 530, 574.
-, -, -, canon of Glasgow, papal mandatary, 21, 22, 546.

Raithblathmac. See Rath.

Raith Nanuran' [in Kilvarnet (q.v.)], 382.

Ralegh, Walter, lord of Colaton Raleigh and Fardel, 588.
-, -, -, -, Joan his wife, 588.

Ralistoun, John de. See Railstoun.

Ramsay, Ramesy, David, canon of St. Andrews, 351.
-, -, William, rector of Benholme, 126, 141, 142.

Randolfe, Thomas, priest, 301.

Randulf, John, vicomte of Caen, 371 note.

Ranie, David, canon of St. Andrews, 455.
-, - See also Rany.

Ranna. See Coolavin.

Rany, Ranne, Ranny, William, vicar of Clonbern, 24.
-, -, -, vicar of Kilbennan, to be dean of Tuam, 347, 374, 394.
-, -, See also Ranie.

Raoulin, Peter, chaplain at the altar of St. Mary de Orto, Rouen, 489.

Raphoe [co. Donegal], Cornelius, bishop of. See Macgillabridi.
-, -, Laurence I, bishop of. See Ogallcur.
-, -, Laurence II, bishop of. See Ogallcur.
-, -, dean of, papal mandatary, 17, 18.
-, -, Cornelius, dean of. See Macgillabridi.
-, -, official of, papal mandatary, 25, 26, 89, 271.
-, -, canons of, See O'Donnell; O'Farrell; Ogallcur; Okathan.
-, -, chapter, clergy, people and vassals of, papal letters to, 127, 319.

Rapton. See Repton Court.

Rassh, William, esquire, 317.

Rath, Kayeblacnych (rectius Raytblatnych), Kaithblarhmat (rectius Raithblathmac), Rathvllathmic (i.e. Rathbllathmic), Ratthklathmic (rectius Ratthvlathmic, i.e. Ratthblathmic), Raycblacmych (rectius Raytblatmych) [co. Clare], parish of, 521.
-, -, a prebend in Killaloe, 290, 345, 346, 521.

Rathangan, Raidyngan, Raydyngan [co. Kildare], a prebend in Kildare, 330, 399.

Ratho, Rathou [co. Edinburgh], 90.

Rathronan, Raythrorayn [co. Limerick], church of, 171, 199.

Rathtuoig. See Rattoo.

Rathvllathmic, i.e. Rathbllathmic See Rath.

Ratir, Ratre, Alexander de, to be chancellor of Caithness and vicar of Westra, 348, 398, 465, 532.

Rattery, Rattrew [co. Devon], church of, 454.

Ratthklathmic, rectius Ratthvlathmic, i.e. Ratthblathmic. See Rath.

Rattoo, Rathtuoig [co. Kerry], Augustinian abbey of SS. Peter and Paul, Edmund, abbot of. See Fitzmoris.
-, -, -, John, abbot of. See Oshannragayn.

Rattrew. See Rattery.

Raulyn, Elizabeth, 284.

Ravenna [Romagna, Italy], B[artholomew de Roverella (q.v.)], archbishop of.

Ravensthorp [co. Northants], 3.

Raycblacmych, rectius Raytblatmych. See Rath.

Raydyngan. See Rathangan.

Raylston, John de. See Railstoun.

Raythrorayn. See Rathronan.

Reading, Rading, Redyng [co. Berks], Benedictine abbey, abbot and convent of, 108, 109, 352.

Reate, Jo. de, 9 et passim.

Reculver, Recolver [co. Kent], vicarage of, 73, 564.

Rede, Reede, Edmund, layman, 303, 585.
-, -, -, Agnes his wife, 303, 585.
-, -, Simon, to have collation of the vicarage of Montrose, 45, 46.
-, -, -, to be canon of Aberdeen and vicar of Tarves, 509.

Redegele [? Treleddin in St. Davids], 501 note, 502.

Redhuche, John, vicar of Eithe, 510, 511.

Redyng in Norwich, 243.

Redyng. See Reading.

Reede, Edmund. See Rede.

Regill, John. See Kegill.

Reims [Marne, France], reservation of benefices in the province of, 41.

Renfrew, John de, rector of Kirkpatrick, vicar of Erskine, 375.

Remkyn alias Bachiler, Joan, of London, 309.

Renouf, John, chaplain of the altar of SS. Martin and Agatha, Avranches, 168.

Repington, Philip, bishop of Lincoln, 410.

Repps, South, Sowtryppis [co. Norfolk], rectory of, 287.

Repton Court, Rapton [in Ashford parish, co. Kent], 365.

Rerysby, Nicholas, master of the order of Sempringham, 515.

Ressolle, Adam, priest, 523.

Restennet, Rostinot [in Forfar parish, co. Forfar], Augustinian priory, prior of, papal mandatary, 45, 46, 385, 415.

Retheresthorp. See Rothersthorpe.

Revesby, Revesbi [co. Lincoln], Cistercian abbey, abbot and convent of, petition from, 410.

Rewet, Katherine daughter of Geoffrey, 483.

Reynfordi, William, layman, 104.

Rhine [Germany], Augustinian friars' province of the, 30 note.

Rhodes, Hospitallers of, master and brethren of, 3, 265.

Ricard, Laurence, vicar of Benfleet, 301.

Richard I, king of England, 32.
-, -, II, king of England, 32.

Richard, duke of York. See Plantagenet.

Richard ap Jakyn, lord of Aberpergwm, 368.
-, -, -, Eve verch Ieuan voia his wife, 368.

Richard ap Jevan (i.e. Ieuan) tec, priest, to have collation of the vicarage of St. Michael's Cwmdû, 85.

Richard ap Tudor ap Jerworth (Ierworth), to have collation of the parish church of Llanrhaidr in Kinmerch, 191.

Richardi, Thomas, an Augustinian friar, 267.

Ridell, Nicholas, rector of Tusmore, 178.

Rimini [Romagna, Italy], bishop of, papal mandatary, 374.
-, -, Christopher, bishop of. See Sancto Marcello.
-, - See also Ariminensis; Ariminio.

Rindown, Rinduyn, Rinnddunn [co. Roscommon], Hospitallers' house of St. John Baptist, prior of, papal mandatary, 424.
-, -, -, Dermit, prior of. See MacEgan.
-, -, -, brother of, 211.

Riplay, Henry, priest, 234.
-, - See also Rypley.

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

Rise, Richard, rector of Balehycaroth, 534.

Rissale, John, vicar of Arbuthnott, to be rector of Muckhart, 263.

Risshton, Nicholas, canon of Crediton, rector of St. Dionis, Backchurch, London, 10.
-, - See also Rysshton.

Ritthyn. See Ruthin.

River, John, rector of Black Notley and Taghmon, an abbreviator of apostolic letters, to be archdeacon of Armagh and of Ossory, 42, 277, 278.
-, -, William, prior of the Crouched Friars', Drogheda, to be prior of St. John Baptist's, Dublin, 221.

Roade, Rode [co. Northants], parish church of, 210.

Roba. See Ballinrobe.

Robeen, Robyn [co. Mayo], vicarage of, 379.

Robert I, king of Scotland, charter by, 456, 457.
-, - II, king of Scotland, 298.
-, -, III, king of Scotland, charter by, 456, 457.

Roblyn, David, clerk, 451.

Robyn. See Robeen.

Roche, Christopher, clerk, 451.
-, -, Elena, wife (2 Nov. 1442) of William Barry of the diocese of Cloyne, 301.
-, -, Evelyn, Evelyna, dispensed (11 March, 1440) to marry Raymund Cantton of the diocese of Cloyne, 70, 114.
-, -, Miles, rector of Kilgobbin, dean de facto of Cork, 173.
-, -, See also Rupe.

Rochester [co. Kent], bishop of, 327, 344.
-, -, -, papal mandatary, 210, 380.
-, -, John, bishop of. See Low.
-, -, William, bishop of. See Wells.
-, -, clergy, people, etc. of, papal letters to, 433.

Rodburn, Thomas, bishop of St. Davids, 297.

Rode. See Roade.

Rode, Patrick, priest, litigant about the chancellorship of Brechin, 490.
-, -, Walter, a brother of Edington, 584.

Rogate [co. Sussex]. See Durford.

Rogeri, John, a Friar Preacher, 215.

Roisent, Roiserc. See Rosserk.

Roiste, William, an Augustinian canon, 270.

Roke, Robert, vicar of St. Laurence's, Old Jewry, 123.

Rolandryght. See Rollright.

Rolland, Ralph, bishop of Tréguier, sometime a papal chaplain and auditor, 52, 54, 138.

Rolleston, Robert, archdeacon of Durham, 110.

Rollright, Rolandryght [co. Oxon], 35.

Romanis, Baptista de, papal chaplain and auditor, afterwards bishop-elect of Chieti, 22, 49, 50, 135, 137, 414.

Romanos, Matthew de, canon of St. Andrews, 415.

Rome, St. Peter's, letters dated at, 101, 103.
-, -, -, fabric of, 371.
-, -, St. Sebastian's outside the Walls, Cistercian monk of, 200.
-, -, hospital of Holy Trinity and St. Thomas the Martyr [English College], 518, 572.
-, -, shrines of SS. Peter and Paul, 584.

Roos, Elizabeth, wife of Robert lord of Morley (q.v.), 260.

Roper, Joan, 258.

Ros, Andrew. See Ross.

Ros, in the diocese of Clogher. See Magheross.

Roscommon, Roschoman, Rosscoman [co. Roscommon], Augustinian priory of St. Mary, prior of, papal mandatary, 153, 184, 430, 548, 575.
-, -, -, Charles, to be prior of. See Oconchubair.
-, -, -, Dermit, prior of. See MacEgan.
-, -, -, Magonius, prior of. See Maceochayd.
-, -, -, William, prior of. See Offlannagan.
-, -, -, canons of, 434 bis , 568.
-, -, Friar Preachers' house, 525.

Roscomroe, Roscumruadh [King's County], vicarage of, 376.

Roscrea, Roscre [King's County and co. Tipperary], vicarage of, 400, 401.

Roscumruadh. See Roscomroe.

Rose, Andrew de, vicar of Innerafferayn, to have collation of a canonry of Ross, 144, 145.

Roseneath, Rosneth [co. Dumbarton], parish church of, 417, 422, 477.

Roserck, Roseyrc. See Rosserk.

Rosglas. See Monasterevin.

Rosneth. See Roseneath.

Ross, Ros, Andrew, vicar of St. Madidus, to be a canon of Ross, 445.
-, -, Lancelot, rector of Tyrie, 431.
-, - See also Rosse.

Ross [Scotland], Alexander, earl of. See Ile.
-, -, bishop of, papal mandatary, 12, 26, 51, 352, 499, 532, 543.
-, -, -, provisions of benefices in the patronage of, 18, 500.
-, -, Griffin, bishop of. See Yonge.
-, -, John, bishop of. See Bullock.
-, -, Thomas, bishop of. See Tullach.
-, -, dean and chapter of, provisions of a benefice in the patronage of, 18, 500.
-, -, dean of, papal mandatary, 273, 505.
-, -, James, dean of. See Innes.
-, -, Laurence, dean of. See Piot.
-, -, Thomas, dean of. See Tullach.
-, -, William, dean of. See Farher.
-, -, archdeacon of, papal mandatary, 464 (Corrigenda), 532, 545.
-, -, Thomas, treasurer of. See Tullach.
-, -, succentor of, papal mandatary, 348.
-, -, John, succentor of. See Kennochsen.
-, -, William, succentor of. See Bayn.
-, -, chancellor of, papal mandatary, 24, 352, 439, 532.
-, -, Thomas, chancellor of. See Lochmalony.
-, -, chapter of, 449.
-, -, canons of. See Bayn; Ingerami; Kennochsen; Ross (Andrew); Stewart; Tullach (Robert de); Urqhart (John and William); Yong.

Ross [Ireland, co. Cork], Richard, bishop of. See Clerk.

Ross, in the diocese of Clogher. See Magheross.

Rosscoman, Rosscomayn. See Roscommon.

Rosse, Philip, alias Clerke, clerk, 344.
-, - See also Ross.

Rossell, William, vicar of East Pennard, 571.
-, -, See also Russel.

Rosserk, Roisent, Roiserc, Roserck, Roseyrc, Rosserch [townland of Derrydonnellmore] in the parish of Ballysakeerry, co. Mayo], Friars Minors' house at, 155, 170, 493.
-, -, a prebend in Killala, 274.

Rostherne, Routhestorne [co. Chester], rectory of, 123, 560.

Rostinot. See Restennot.

Rotay, Radulphus du, 76 note.

Rothersthorpe, Retheresthorp [co. Northants], church of, 210.

Rothewell. See Rothwell.

Rothfen. See Ruthven.

Rothwell, Rothewell [co. York, W.R.], 307.

Rouen [Seine-Inférieure, France], archbishop of, letters to, 297, 319, 431.
-, -, archbishop of, papal mandatary, 48.
-, -, Lewis, archbishop of. See Luxembourg.
-, -, Ralph, archbishop of. See Roussel.
-, -, dean of. See Guilloys.
-, -, Ralph, treasurer of. See Roussel.
-, -, official of, papal mandatary, 219.
-, -, chapter of, papal letters to, 47.
-, -, canon of. See Hayes.
-, -, altar of St. Mary de Orto in the cathedral of, 489.
-, -, church of St. Nicase, St. Catherine's altar in, 428.
-, -, Augustinian house of St. Anthony, Michael, preceptor of. See Plesseyo.
-, -, bailli of. See Salvani.
-, -, Eleanor de Wylbi, noblewoman, dwelling in the city of, 317.
-, -, William Hauart of, clerk, member of the household of Richard, duke of York, presented to the rectory of Franqueville, 486.
-, -, Thomas Kay, beneficed in the diocese of, 553 note (Corrigenda).

Roulle, Thomas, canon, afterwards chancellor of Glasgow, 24.

Roussel, Ralph, treasurer, afterwards archbishop, of Rouen, 326 note.

Routhestorne. See Rostherne.

Roverella, B[artholomeus de], [bishop of Adria, afterwards] archbishop of Ravenna, 251, 265, 281, 371, 468, 482 note, 511 note, et passim.

Rowe, Richard, priest, 228.

Roydon, Rydon [co. Norfolk], chapel of, 279.

Royston [co. Herts], Augustinian priory, prior of, papal mandatary, 119.

Rudmerley, John, a Benedictine monk, 566.

Rupe, John de (i.e. John Roche), lord of Fermoy, baron of Muskerry, 74.
-, -, -, -, Maurice his son, patron of Ballyhay, 74.

Rupe, priory de. See St. Michael's Mount.

Rupescissa. See Cardinal priests (St. Laurence's in Lucina).

Russel, William, canon of Tuam, to be vicar of Dunmore, 505.
-, -, William, an Augustinian friar, 213.
-, - See also Rossell.

Russylgreyn, dio. Lincoln, 368.

Ruthin, Ritthyn [co. Denbigh], Carmelite priory, prior of, papal mandatary, 191.

Ruthven, Rothfen [co. Banff], hospital of, 39.

Rydon. See Roydon.

Ryllene, a prebend in Cashel, 400.

Ryngstede, Thomas, canon of Lincoln, 259.

Rypley, John, layman, 517.
-, -, -, Margaret his relict, 517.
-, - See also Riplay.

Rysshome, Thomas, rector of the college of Tattershall, 160–162.

Rysshton, Richard, rector of St. Andrew's, Canterbury, canon of Derby, master of the hospital of St. Nicholas, York, 71.
-, - See also Risshton.

Ryweling, John, layman, 317.
-, -, -, his wife, 317.