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'Index of Persons and Places: S', Calendar of Papal Registers Relating to Great Britain and Ireland, Volume 9: 1431-1447 (1912), pp. 693-702. URL: http://british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=103477 Date accessed: 26 November 2014.


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Sabays, Catherine, daughter of Patrick, 332.

Sabina [Prov. of Rome], Branda, bishop of. See Cardinal bishops (Albano and Sabina).

Saddell, Sagadul [co. Argyll], Cistercian abbey of St. Mary, abbot of, papal mandatary, 13.

Sadilio, William, a Carmelite friar, 469.

Saegir Querayn. See Seirkieran.

Saffron Walden, Walden [co. Essex], Benedictine abbey, abbot of, papal mandatary, 110.

Sagadinus, Sagudinus, N(icolaus), 228 et passim.

Sagadul. See Saddell.

St. Abb's, Saneta Ebba, (on St. Abb's Head in Coldingham parish) [co. Berwick], chapel of, 445.

St. Albans [co. Herts], Benedictine abbey, abbot of, papal mandatary, 40, 165, 334, 479, 482, 512.
-, -, -, dependent priory of, 453.
-, -, -, monks of, 266, 271, 453, 456, 459.

St. Andrews [co. Fife], bishop of, 298, 433, 477, 569.
-, -, -, papal mandatary, 18, 21, 26, 44, 249, 261, 412, 421, 455, 467, 531, 535, 545, 546, 565, 566.
-, -, -, papal letters to, 71, 107, 123, 131, 136.
-, -, -, provisions and reservations of benefices in the patronage of, 22, 26, 44, 94, 106, 126, 141, 152, 442.
-, -, Henry, bishop of. See Wardlaw.
-, -, James, bishop of. See Kennedy.
-, -, John (rectius Henry), bishop of. See Wardlaw.
-, -, archdeacon of, papal mandatary, 2, 323, 384, 414, 448.
-, -, official of, papal mandatary, 21, 22, 140, 289, 354, 390, 414, 539, 566.
-, -, John, official of. See Schewes.
-, -, Augustinian priory, prior of, papal mandatary, 21, 22, 319, 443, 535.
-, -, -, William, prior of. See Boner.
-, -, -, prior and chapter of, provisions and reservations of benefices in the patronage of, 22, 26, 44, 94, 106, 126, 141, 152, 442.
-, -, -, chapter, etc., of, papal letters to, 129.
-, -, -, canons of. See Boner; Leighton (John de).
-, -, chapel royal of St. Mary, 83.
-, -, -, Hugh, provost of. See Kennedy.
-, -, university of, 299, 457.
-, -, charter dated at, 457.

Saint-Antoine-de-Viennois [Isére, France], Augustinian abbey, 3, 4, 406, 412, 571.
-, -, -, dependent houses of. See Leith; London; Rouen.

St. Asaph [co. Flint], bishop of, papal mandatary, 380.
-, -, John, bishop of. See Low.
-, -, Reginald, bishop of. See Pecock.
-, -, canons of. See Holes; Moleyns.

St. Athan [co. Glamorgan], rectory of, 579.

St. Avit, John de, bishop of Avranches, 297.

St. Bees, Sancta Bigia [co. Cumberland], parish church of, 480.

St. Bernachius's. See Llanfyrnach.

St. Brandan's. See Moorgagagh; Inishglora.

St. Bride alias Llansanfrid. See Llansantffraid in Elvel.

St. Buryan [co. Cornwall], chapel royal, Peter, dean of. See Stucle.

St. Catherine the Virgin, chapel of. See Eskdale.

St. Colman's. See Dromore.

St. Columba, abbey of. See Inchcolm.

St. Columba de Mueilkyntire. See Kilcolmkill.

St. Coman's, St. Comanus's in Yle. See Kilchoman.

St. Cormac's. See Kilcormick.

St. Davids [co. Pembroke], bishop of, papal mandatary, 282, 440, 455, 496.
-, -, Adam, bishop of. See Houghton.
-, -, John, bishop of. See Langton.
-, -, Thomas, bishop of. See Rodburn.
-, -, William, bishop of. See Lyndwood.
-, -, John, treasurer of. See Schypton.
-, -, canon of. See Flour.
-, -, chapter of, 502.
-, -, college of St. Mary, called the cantaria iniciati, 501–503.
-, -, chapel of Whitwell near. See Whitwell.
-, -, city of, 486.

St. Dogmells, St. Dogmael's [co. Pembroke], Benedictine abbey of St. Mary the Virgin and St. Dogmael, of the Order of Tiron, abbot and convent of, 454, 455.
-, -, -, dependent priory of, 30.
-, -, Cassa Abbatis, Cassia Abbatis (the abbot's fee in St. Dogmells), 454, 455.
-, -, Llangorsse Casse Abbatis, 306.

St. Ebba. See St. Abb's.

St. Ewe [co. Cornwall], 10.

St. Fergus, Longley [co. Aberdeen], vicarage of, 523.

St. Frideswide's. See Oxford.

St. Fyndelva [in Rath, co. Clare], rectory of, 520, 521 note.

St. Ishmaels [co. Carmarthen], parish church, 502.

Saint-Jacut-de-la-Mer [Côtes-du-Nord, arr. Dinan], Benedictine abbey, monk of, 41.

St. Llillave, Lillaue, in the diocese of St. Asaph, parish church of, 254.

St. Madidus, in the diocese of Ross (? Urray, co. Ross, Scotland), parish church of, 426, 445.

St. Margaret's free chapel, dio. Norwich, 287.

St. Mary (rectius St. Magnus), hospital of [in Halkirk, co. Caithness]. See Caithness.

St. Maul's, de Malle [co. Kilkenny], a prebend in Ossory, 6.

St. Maynguyn. See St. Munchins.

St. Michael's, in the diocese of Ardagh. See Templemichael.

St. Michael's, prebend in Ross. See Kirkmichael.

St. Michael's Mount, Sancti Michaelis de Rupe alias de Ballymscelyg, Ballyniscelug, at Ballinskelligs [co. Kerry], Augustinian priory, prior of, papal mandatary, 262, 275.

St. Michael's on Wyre [co. Lanc.], vicarage of, 370.

St. Modestus, abbey of. See Benevento.

St. Molruba in Yle. See Kilarrow.

St. Munchins, St. Maynguyn [co. Clare], vicarage and prebend of in Limerick, 507.

St. Nicholas at Wade, Thanet [co. Kent], 588.

St. Osyth [co. Essex], Augustinian abbey, abbot of, papal mandatary, 112.
-, -, -, John, abbot of. See Deeping.
-, -, -, Richard (rectius John), abbot and monk (rectius canon) of. See Fowler.
-, -, -, indult to, 351.

St. Quivox, Sancti Keuoci [co. Ayr], parish church of, 421, 476, 577.

St.-Sauveur-le-Vicomte [Manche, France], Benedictine abbey, Stephen, abbot of, 431.
-, -, -, Lewis, abbot elect of, 431, 464.
-, -, -, monk of, 431.
-, -, -, convent of, papal letters to, 431.

St. Sophia, abbey of. See Benevento.

St. Teath [co. Cornwall], collegiate church, canons of. See Lercedekyn.

St. Wolstan's, St. Wlstan's [in the parish of Donaghcumper, co. Kildare], Augustinian priory, prior of, papal mandatary, 218.

Saints' Island, Insula Omnium Sanctorum [co. Longford], Augustinian priory of St. Mary, indulgence for the repair etc. of, 279.

Saints. See also Index of Subjects.

Sala, Bornius (or Borinus) de. See Bornius.

Salerno [Italy], 418 note.

Salghall, John, abbot of St. Werburgh's, Chester, 233, 235.

Salisburi, Thomas, archdeacon of Shrewsbury, dean of St. Chad's, Shrewsbury, 58.

Salisburis, place of, in the parish of St. Nicholas at Wade, Thanet [co. Kent], 588.

Salisbury [co. Wilts], earl of. See Neville.

Salisbury, bishop of, 352.
-, -, -, papal mandatary, 9, 10, 31, 40, 98, 165, 186, 253, 286, 322, 560, 561, 573.
-, -, dean of, papal mandatary, 40, 79, 114, 248, 522.
-, -, Adam, dean of. See Moleyns.
-, -, dean and chapter of, petition of, 245.
-, -, Adam, archdeacon of. See Moleyns.
-, -, Richard, archdeacon of. See Andrew.
-, -, Gilbert, treasurer of. See Kymer.
-, -, canons of. See Beaumont; Bere; Moleyns; Piville.
-, -, Thomas Lyon', nobleman, citizen of, 584.
-, -, -, -, Margaret his wife, 584.
-, -, John Wyot, citizen of, 316.
-, -, -, -, his wife, 316.
-, -, city of, 352.

Salop. See Shrewsbury.

Salzwedel, Soltwedel [Saxony, Prussia], altar of St. Martin in the church of St. Catherine, 33.

Salvoni; Saluoni de Georginis, Ugolinus, of Jesi, writer of apostolic letters, 260.

Salvain, Salvani, John, knight, bailli of Rouen, 317.
-, -, -, Eleanor de Wylbi, his wife, 317.

Sameria. See Assaroe.

Sampford Courtney [co. Devon], rectory of, 521.

San Giovanni in Fiore [Calabria, Italy], Order founded by abbot Joachim at, 266.

Sanctaclara, Margaret de. See Sinclair.

Sanctafide, Master Paul de, papal chaplain and auditor, 107, 326, 443, 444, 541.
-, -, -, papal mandatary, 383.

Sancto Marcello, Christopher de, bishop of Rimini, locum tenens of the papal chancery, 61 note, 69, 159, 203 note (Corrigenda), 245, 281 note, 299, 359, 378 note, 380 note.

Sancto Quintino, Anthony de, layman, 118, 119.

Sancto Vito, Anthony de, bishop of Urbino, formerly a papal chaplain and auditor, 135.
-, -, -, -, papal nuncio to Scotland, faculties for, 125, 126, 134, 141, 415.

Sandelandis, Patrick de, rector de facto of Ecclesmachan, 137.
-, -, -, vicar of Kilpatrick, 536.

Sandeway, John, layman, 588.
-, -, -, Joan his wife, 588.

Sandewich, Walter, rector of St. Michael's at the South Gate, Oxford, 120.

Sandford, Sanford [co. Oxford], Hospitallers' preceptory, 3.

Sandis, Thomas, layman, 316.
-, -, -, Sibyl his wife, 316.

Sanford. See Sandford.

Santiago di Compostela, St. James de Compostella [Galicia, Spain], vows of pilgrimage to, 584.

Sarsina [Emilia, Italy], diocese of, 513.

Saubina, 115.

Saulseat, Sedes animarum alias Viride stagnum [co. Wigtown], Premonstratensian abbey, canon of, 419.

Saundir, William, archdeacon of Anglesey, canon of Bangor, 576.

Savennières [Maine-et-Loire, France], Benedictine priory, William, prior of. See Floquez.

Savigny[-le-Vieux] [Manche, France], Cistercian abbey, abbot of, papal mandatary, 227.

Savoy, duke of. See Felix V.

Sawtry, Sawtre [co. Hunt.], Cistercian abbey, abbot of, papal mandatary, 220, 323.

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

Say, William, warden of St. Anthony's hospital, London, and rector of Sutton Courtenay, 563, 572, 574.
-, - See also Sey.

Sayrkerain. See Seirkieran.

Scadan, Scadon, Richard, canon of Lismore, to be an Augustinian canon of St. Edmund's, Athassel, and afterwards prior of the same, 209, 210, 510.

Scargwell, Thomas, lord of Britons, 586.
-, -, -, -, Elizabeth his wife, 586.

Scarisbrick [co. Lancaster], Gilbert Scarysbrek of, 8, 9.
-, -, -, Elizabeth his wife, 8, 9,

Scattery Island, Iniskayd, Inyskaid, Inyskayd, Inyskayg, Yniskayd, Ynyskayd, Ynyskathayg [in Kilrush parish, co. Clare], secular and collegiate church of St. Senan, prior of, papal mandatary, 148, 257, 290, 295, 339, 520, 544, 549 (bis), 582.
-, -, -, perpetual portionary in, 339, 551.
-, -, -, Cornelius, sacrist of. See Oheogonayn.
-, -, -, Donatus, sacrist of. See Okeyt.
-, -, -, John, sacrist of. See Obeokayn.
-, -, -, wardenship of, 550.
-, - See also Inniscattery.

Scete, Anablina de, 122.

Sceton, Catherine de, 301.

Schenegy. See Shingay.

Scheptoun Malet. See Shepton.

Schewes, Schelbis (rectius Schewis), John, John de, official of St. Andrews, 457.
-, -, -, rector of Kilmany in the diocese of St. Andrews, 50.

Schorham. See Shoreham.

Schypton, John, treasurer of St. Davids, dean of the chapel royal of St. Mary, Shrewsbury, 72.

Schyptonsolers. See Shipton Sollars.

Scot, Thomas, layman, 517.
-, -, -, Elizabeth his wife, 517.

Scotland. See Index of Subjects.

Scoyle, Philip, prior of Connall, 218.

Screymgiour, James, dean of Aberdeen, 558.

Scrope, John, knight, patron of the parish church of Tattershall, 159, 161, 162.
-, -, Scrop, Richard, married clerk, 451.

Sculle, Philip, an Augustinian canon, 229, 266.
-, - See also Skulle.

Seacourt, Seckworth [near Wytham, co. Berks], 60.

Seangella. See Shanagolden.

Seaton Ross, Seton [co. York, E.R.], 254, 538.

Seckworth. See Seacourt.

Sedes animarum, abbey of. See Saulseat.

Seirkieran, Saegir Querayn, Sayrkerain [King's County], Augustinian priory, canon of, 209, 410.

Sekford, dio. Ely, 365.

Selby, Selbi, Seleby [co. York, W.R.], Benedictine abbey of St. Germans, 253.
-, -, -, abbot of, papal mandatary, 422.
-, -, -, monks of, 261, 264.

Selkirk, Selkerk [co. Selkirk], vicarage of, 452, 453.

Sellere, Simon, warden of the chapel of St. James, Sutton St. James, 134, 135.

Selleskerre. See Selskar.

Selott, John, clerk, 229.

Selskar, Selleskerre [in St. Selskar's parish, co. Wexford], Augustinian priory of SS. Peter and Paul, prior of, papal mandatary, 74, 276.

Seman, Helen, 302.

Sendale, John, rector of Beetham, 485, 512.

Sende, Thomas, rector of Shipton Sollars and vicar of Burford, afterwards rector of Binfield and vicar of Burford, 80, 578.

Sengestre, Catherine, 303.

Sens [Yonne, France], Augustinian monastery of St. John, canon of, 1, 76.

Serade Kaill. See Straidkelly.

Seras (now spelt Ceres), David de, chaplain in St. Clement's, Dundee, 323.

Sessay, Ceszay [co. York, N.R.], 7.

Seton, Alexander de, layman, 72, 73.
-, -, -, Egidia his first wife, 72.
-, -, -, Elizabeth his second wife, 72, 73.
-, - See also Seyton.

Seton. See Seaton.

Setscher, John, rector of Balcombe, to be vicar of Bexhill, 462.

Sever, Henry, provost of Eton College, 240.

Sey, John, rector of Brockhall, 156.
-, - See also Say.

Seynt Athan. See St. Athan.

Seyton, Thomas, nobleman, 231.
-, - See also Seton.

Seywell, John, layman, 306.
-, -, -, Maud his wife, 306.

Sgyret, William, layman, 250.

Shakylton, Elizabeth, 523.

Shalford, Alford [co. Essex], a prebend in Wells, 68.

Shanagolden, Seangella [co. Limerick], vicarage of, 549.

Sharnford, Sharnforde [co. Leicester], parish church of, 238.

Sheen [co. Surrey], letters of king Henry VI dated at, 159.

Sheplegh. See Shipley.

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

Shingay, Schenegy [co. Camb.], preceptory of the Knights Hospitallers, preceptor of, 234, 243.

Shipley, Sheplegh [co. Sussex], 3.

Shipton Sollars, Schyptonsolers [co. Gloucester], 80.
-, - See also Schypton.

Shirbourne, Richard, rector of Dunmow Magna, 463.

Shobrooke, Shogbroke [co. Devon], 7.

Shoreham, Schorham [co. Kent], 109.

Shrewsbury, Shrobery [co. Salop], earl of. See Talbot.
-, -, Thomas, archdeacon of. See Salisburi.
-, -, collegiate church of St. Chad, dean of. See Salisburi.
-, -, chapel royal of St. Mary, 33.
-, -, -, John, dean of See Schypton.

Shrule, Sutyll [Queen's County], a prebend in Leighlin, 75.

Shrule, Fruyr [co. Mayo], vicarage of, 167.

Sidburnbrok. See Brook Street.

Siena [Tuscany], bishop of, papal mandatary, 334.

Silk, William, bishop of Meath, 133.

Simonelli, Dionisius. See Dionisius.

Simpyli. See Sympyle.

Sinclair, de Sanctaclara, Margaret, 301.

Sirtayir, dio. Clonfert, 354.

Skelton, William, rector of Ashbury, 7.

Skerne, William, lord of a place [viz. Down Hall] in the manor of Kingston on Thames, 364.

Skiddi, William, to be precentor of Cork, 438.

Skulle, Walter, esquire, 312.
-, -, -, Margaret his wife, 312.
-, - See also Sculle.

Skutteslond, dio. Salisbury, 309.

Sligo [co. Sligo], Mabrise (rectius Minbrisc), Minbrise (rectius Minbrisc) Minbrisg, Mynbrisg, alias inter duos pontes, rectory of, 121, 417, 418 note.

Sllebrock, Thomas, canon of York, 370.

Slingsby, Slyngesby [co. York, N.R.], 35.

Smarden, Smerden [co. Kent], parish church of, 37.

Smart, John, vicar of Watlington, 61.

Smerden. See Smarden.

Smeton, Gineton, John, rector of Bothal St. Andrew, 159, 281.

Smyth, John, rector of Bawdeswell, 8.
-, -, -, rector of Fornham All Saints, 517.
-, -, Thomas, priest, 306.

Snaith, Snayth [co. York, W.R.], parish church of St. Mary the Virgin, 279.

Snargate, Suergate, rectius Snergate [co. Kent], rectory of, 330.

Snayth. See Snaith.

Snell, John, preceptor of St. Anthony's hospital, London, 4.

Snetysham, Suetysham, John, chancellor of Exeter, 364.

Snodland, Snodelond [co. Kent], 5, 6.

Sodor [Argyll], bishop of, papal mandatary, 332, 372, 524.
-, -, Angus, bishop of. See Insulis.
-, -, John, bishop of. See Macgilleon.
-, -, archdeacon of, papal mandatary, 169, 197, 395, 404, 530.
-, -, Andrew, archdeacon of. See Dunnovin.
-, -, Cristinus, archdeacon of. See Macdonaillelygh.
-, -, John, archdeacon of. See Careyk; Macgilleon.
-, -, language spoken in the city and diocese of, 152.

Sollay, Thomas, vicar of All Saints', Theddlethorpe, 334, 410.
-, -, Thomas, layman, lord of Russylgreyn, 368.
-, -, William, layman, lord of Londerthorpe, 368.

Soltwedel. See Salzwedel.

Somerset, county of, 307.
-, -, duke of. See Beaufort.

Somersete, John, chancellor of the exchequer, 241.
-, -, -, -, his wife, 241.

Somerton, Hugh, prior of Bisham, 405.

Somurwell, William, canon of Armagh, papal mandatary, 275, 292.

Sondes, William, layman, 520.
-, -, -, Elizabeth his wife, 520.

Sorby in Tyree [Hebrides], vicarage of St. Columba's, 197.

Sorylson, Donald, vicar of Conway, 505.

Souls Seat, Soulseat. See Saulseat.

South, John, an Augustinian friar, 571.

Southam, John, archdeacon of Oxford, 162.
-, - See also Sowtham.

Southdean, Sowdon [co. Roxburgh], rectory of, 357.

Southend. See Kilcolmkill.

Southfleet, Southflete, de Australi Flumine, 243, 310, 312, 314, 315.

Southmore, Southincor (rectius Southmeor), a portion of the church of Wortham [q.v.], 307.

Southwark, Swothwerk, [co. Surrey], Augustinian priory of St. Mary Overy, Overes, prior of, papal mandatary, 560.
-, -, -, canons of, 229, 230, 266.

Southwell [co. Notts], collegiate church of St. Mary, canons of. See Duffeld; Holes; Kyngis.

Soutmalling, Soutmallyng. See Malling, South.

Soutra, Soltre [co. Haddington], Augustinian poor hospital of Holy Trinity, 21.

Sowan, Thomas, an Augustinian friar, 455.

Sowdon. See Southdean.

Sowtham, Thomas, rector of Ingoldsby, 42.
-, - See also Southam.

Sowthly. See Leigh, South.

Sowthwel. See Weald, South.

Sowtryppis. See Repps, South.

Spain, Augustinian friars' province of, 30 note.

Spalato [Dalmatia], archbishop of, papal mandatary, 41.

Spalding, Spaldyng [co. Lincoln], Benedictine priory, monk of, 205.
-, - See also Spaldyng.

Spaldington, Spaldyngton [co.York, E.R.], 254, 538.

Spaldyng, William, rector of Harlton, 42.

Spaldyng. See Spalding.

Spark, John, an Augustinian canon, 526.

Spekyngton, John, warden of Elmley Castle chantry, 285.

Spens, Cristina, 577 and note.
-, -, Thomas de, canon of Glasgow, rector of Kirkmichael and Kilmaney, 401, 439, 460.

Spenser, William, layman, 559.

Sperhauk, John, rector of Chaldon Herring, 5.

Splendor, Maud, 573.

Spofford, Thomas, bishop of Hereford, sometime abbot of St. Mary's, York, 79, 574.

Spofforth, Spofford [co. York, N.R.], 41.
-, - See also Spofford.

Spon, Sponne, Spomre [in Coventry, co. Warwick], hospital of St. Mary Magdalen, John, master of. See Kette.

Spratton, Sprouton [co. Northants], church of, 210.

Sprever, John, of Melton, layman, 302, 307.
-, -, -, Joan his wife, 302, 307.

Sprewl, Walter, layman, 535.

Sprouton. See Spratton.

Spryng, John, priest, 366.

Spurdanne, Margaret, 302.

Spyce, Clement, donsel, 312.
-, -, Roger, donsel, 312.

Spynck, John, a Carmelite friar, 221.

Spynie, Spyne [co. Elgin], a prebend in Moray, 103.

Stafford, Humphrey, earl of Buckingham, Stafford, Northampton and Perche, and Anne his wife, 238, 310, 364.
-, -, Humfrey, knight, 370.
-, -, -, his wife, 370.
-, -, John, bishop of Bath and Wells, chancellor of Ireland, afterwards archbishop of Canterbury, 62, 79, 342, 380, 411, 469.
-, -, -, -, Thomas Parle, member of the household of, 156, 157.

Stafford [co. Stafford], collegiate church or free chapel of St. Mary, canons of. See Hegges; Myddilham; Thornton.
-, -, archdeacon of. See Wendesley.

Stainer, Stayner [in Selby, co. York, E.R.], chapel of, 253.

Stak, John, canon and archdeacon of Limerick, to have collation of a canonry of Tuam and the rectory of Dungarvan, 171, 182, 194, 508.
-, -, Maurice, dean and canon of Ardfert, papal mandatary, 399, 500.
-, -, -, dean and canon of Ardfert, canon of Limerick, to be rector of Youghal, 550.

Stakebold, Stakaboll, Robert, prior of St. Edmund's, Athassel, 209, 470.

Stalham [co. Norfolk], chapel of St. Andrew in the parish of, 334.

Stalmine [co. Lancaster], chapel of, 268.

Stalworth, William, 586.
-, -, -, Katherine his wife, 586.

Standish, Standyssh [co. Lancaster], 6.
-, - See also Standyssh.

Standlake, Stanlake [co. Oxon], parish church of St. Giles, indulgence for visits to, 55, 56.
-, -, rectory of, 43, 68.

Standon, Staunton [co. Herts], 3.

Standon, or Staunton of Carra, co. Mayo, nation (sept) of, 203.

Standona, Stantona, Emundus de, to be rector of Ballinrobe, 498.
-, -, John de, vicar de facto of Omey, 190.
-, -, Philip de, captain of the nation (sept) of Standon, 203.

Standyssh, Roger de, rector of Standish, 6.
-, - See Standish.

Staneffery. See Stoneferry.

Stanes. See Stone.

Stanford in the Vale, Stanford [co. Berks], 80.

Stanford alias Steyle, John, vicar of Aldenham, 488.

Stanlake. See Standlake.

Stanley, John, nobleman, 244.
-, -, -, Catherine his wife, 244.
-, -, Ralph, rector of Walton on the Hill, 485.
-, -, Stanlay, Thomas, knight, 240.
-, -, -, his wife, 240.
-, -, William, vicechancellor of Lincoln, 540.

Stanlowe, William, lawyer, proctor of the founders of Tattershall collegiate church, 160, 161.

Stanton, Staynton, St. Bernard [co. Wilts], a prebend in Wilton, 68.
-, -, Staunton St. Quintin [co. Wilts], rectory of, 521.

Stanton Harcourt, Staunton Harecourt, Staunton Haricourt, Stowntun Harcort [co. Oxford], parish church of All Saints', rectory of, 43, 68, 242.
-, -, -, indulgence for the repair etc. of, 280.
-, -, chapel of St. James, South Leigh, in the parish of, 56.

Stantona. See Standon.

Stapaton (rectius Stapelton) alias Arther, Stapelton alias Archer, Edmund. See Archer.

Stappe, Vincent, layman, 249.
-, -, -, Joan his wife, 249.

Statfold, Stotfold [co. Stafford], a prebend in Lichfield, 286.
-, -, chapel in the town of, 286.

Staunton, Thomas, esquire of the king, and Milicent his wife, 235, 239.

Staunton, Stawntowne [co. Worcester], rectory of, 523.

Staunton Harecourt, Staunton Haricourt. See Stanton Harcourt.

Staunton. See Standon.

Stawntowne. See Staunton.

Stayner. See Stainer.

Staynton. See Stanton.

Steccatis, Jo. de, 417, et passim.

Stechelgreffe, William de, vicar of Earlston, 441.

Stedman, James, vicar of Craigie, 139.

Stefeld, John, layman, 586.
-, -, -, Maud his wife, 586.

Steile, John, notary, 247.
-, - See also Steyle; Steyll.

Stele, John, preceptor of St. Anthony's, Leith, 571.

Stelling, Stelynge [co. Kent], chapel of, 536.

Stephen of Blois, king of England, 32.

Stephyn, Nicholas, married clerk, 251.

Stepilgiddyng. See Gidding, Steeple.

Sterthuntishend in Tring [co. Herts], 461.

Stevenes, William, rector of Shepton Mallet, 37.

Stewart, Stuart, Andrew, prior of Paisley, 454.
-, -, David, canon of Ross, to be treasurer of Moray, 484, 530.
-, -, Elizabeth, damsel, 107.
-, -, James, donsel, 280.
-, -, James, canon of Aberdeen, papal mandatary, 509.
-, -, Janet, 535.
-, -, John, layman, 524.
-, -, John, canon of Dunkeld, to be dean of the same, 357, 390, 530.
-, -, Robert, canon of Aberdeen and Glasgow, vicar of Kinnettles and New Aberdeen, 294, 444.
-, -, -, -, papal mandatary, 509.
-, -, Stewaert, Walter, canon of Moray, papal mandatary, 83.
-, -, -, archdeacon of Aberdeen, kinsman of James bishop of Dunkeld and of James II, king of Scots, 75.
-, -, -, rector of St. Andrews University, 457.

Stewarton [co. Ayr], vicarage of, 146.

Steyle alias Stanford, John, vicar of Aldenham, 488.
-, - See also Steile; Steyll.

Steylington, William, layman, 368.
-, -, -, Catherine his wife, 368.

Steyll, John, canon of Brechin, vicar of Auchterhouse, 22.
-, - See also Steile; Steyle.

Stixwould, Stixwalde [co. Lincoln], Benedictine nuns' monastery, indulgence for visits and alms for the repair of, 56.

Stobo [co. Peebles], a prebend in Glasgow, 444.

Stock, Stoch, John, to have collation of the vicarage of Dunmore, 192, 505.
-, - See also Stok.

Stoile, Richard, vicar of Colebrooke, 246.

Stok, William, to be vicar of Kilbennan, 394.
-, - See also Stock.

Stoke [co. Suffolk], collegiate church of St. John Baptist, canon of. See Chirbury.

Stoke Newington, Stoke Newton [co. London and Middlesex], 36.

Stoke. See Stock; Stok.

Stokenham [co. Devon], 67, 181.

Stone, a prebend in Hastings, 71.

Stone, Stanes [co. Stafford], Augustinian priory of St. Wolfad, prior and convent of, 475.
-, -, -, prior of, papal mandatary, 485.
-, -, parish church of, 475.

Stone, Joan, relict of John Mayu, 561.

Stoneferry, Staneffery [in Sutton, co. York, E.R.], 134.

Stoneham, North, North Stonham [co. Hunt.], 34.

Stones, Thomas, layman, 585.
-, -, -, Agnes his wife, 585.

Stonhal, John, layman, 318.
-, -, -, Margaret his wife, 318.

Stonham, North. See Stoneham, North.

Stoppham, John, clerk, 322.

Stornoway [co. Ross]. See Eye.

Storton. See Stourton.

Stotfold. See Statfold.

Stourton, Storton [in Kinfare, co. Stafford], 230, 231.

Stowe [co Bucks], parish church of, 220.

Stowntun Harcort. See Stanton Harcourt.

Strabrok, John de, priest, of the diocese of Caithness, sometime official of Caithness, 532.
-, - See also Strathbrock.

Stradbally, Ardbale alias Fratbalebeid [co. Kerry], rectory of, 539.

Stradbally alias Castleconnell, Kasleanyconyng [co. Limerick], vicarage of, 290.

Strahern, Adam de, vicar of Cadzow, 427.

Straidkelly, Serade Kaill [in Bay townland, parish of Tickmacrevan, co. Antrim], chapel of St. Mary the Virgin, licence to build a Friars Minors' house at, 493.

Strata Florida [co. Cardigan], Cistercian abbey, abbot of, papal mandatary, 85.
-, -, -, monk of, 413, 424.

Strathbrock, Robert de, bishop of Caithness, 465, 543.
-, - See also Strabrok.

Strathdon [co. Aberdeen]. See Invernochty.

Stratychtin. See Mains.

Street, St. Mary Maybrecray [co. Westmeath], rectory of, 29.

Strettone, Master Robert, notary public, 162.

Strickland, Styrkland, Walter, donsel, 232.
-, -, -, Isabel his wife, 232.

Striguil, Strugull. See Chepstow.

Stuart, Andrew. See Stewart.

Stucle, Stucklegh, Stukle, Peter, archdeacon and canon of Exeter, rector of Stokenham, dean of St. Buryan, canon of Coventry (i.e. Lichfield) and Wells, 67 and note, 181, 367.
-, -, -, rector of Walsoken, 39.

Sturmyn, Andrew, layman, 284.
-, -, -, Joan his relict, 284.

Styllynflete, John, Hospitaller, 210.

Styrkland, Walter. See Strickland.

Sucyn in the diocese of Clonfert (? the 'Soggan' of the Calendar of Fiants), vicarage of; 354.

Sudbury, Sudburi, John, rector of Sudbury, canon of Dublin and Penkridge, 81.

Sudbury, Sudburi [co. Derby], 81.

Sudeley, Sydeley, lord. See Boteler.

Suergate (rectius Snergate). See Snargate.

Suetysham (rectius Snetysham). See Snetysham.

Suffolk, William, earl of. See Pole.

Suigniei, Mariota, and Mor her daughter, 408.

Sumpton, 3.

Sumptyng [co. Sussex], 3.

Surio, abbey de. See Inishlounaght.

Surrey, archdeacon of. See Bere.

Suthirland, Suthyrland, Swthirland, Alexander de, vicar of Westra, to be archdeacon of Caithness, 379, 398, 465, 543.
-, -, William de, archdeacon of Caithness, 465, 543.

Suthwell, John, layman, 584.
-, -, -, Alice his wife, 584.

Sutton, John, citizen of London, 237.
-, -, -, -, Margaret his wife, 237.

Sutton [co. Essex], 3.
-, - [co. Surrey], 123.
-, - at Hone [co. Kent], 3.
-, - Courtney [co. Berks], rectory of, 572, 574.
-, -, Little or Temple, Sutton Parva [in Prittlewell, co. Essex], 3.
-, -, St. James, Sutton in Holdernes [co. York, E.R.], chapel of St. James, chaplains of, 134, 135.
-, -, -, Robert, warden of. See Sellere.
-, -, -, Simon, warden of. See Merflete.

Sutyll. See Shrule.

Swan, John, of Southfleet in the diocese of Rochester, layman, 243.
-, -, Master William, a writer and abbreviator of apostolic letters, member of the pope's household, 243, 260.
-, -, -, William Swan of Southfleet, his son, donsel, 310–312.
-, -, -, Elizabeth Swan of Southfleet, his daughter, damsel, 310–312, 314.
-, -, -, Joan Swan of Southfleet, his daughter, damsel, 310–312, 314.
-, -, -, Thomas, his nephew, rector of St. Mary at Hill, London, 234, 308.
-, -, -, William Swan of Southfleet, his nephew and son of the above John, donsel and lawyer, lord of Nobiyght (or Nobryght), 243.
-, -, -, -, -, Clemencia his wife, 243, 314.
-, -, -, Alice his niece, wife of Thomas Goldewyn, citizen of London, 312.
-, -, -, Catherine his niece, wife of John Paxton of Gravesend, 308.
-, -, -, Joan his niece, wife of John Sprever of Milton next Gravesend, 302, 307.

Swayne, John, of Orsett in the diocese of London, 252.
-, -, -, Rose his wife, 252.
-, -, John, archbishop of Armagh, 18, 20, 56, 98, 246, 275.

Sweffling, Swiftlyng, [co. Suffolk], 121.

Swinton [co. Berwick], 457.

Swords, Cuwerdys [co. Dublin], a prebend in Dublin, 70, 116.

Swothwerk. See Southwark.

Swthirland, Alexander de. See Suthirland.

Sydeley. See Sudeley.

Sydenham, Sydemham [co. Devon], 313, 315.

Symington, Symonton [co. Ayr or Lanark], Vicarage of, 506.

Symnel, William, rector of Mobberley, 57.

Symond, William, rector of Mursley and Bucknell and afterwards of Stanton Harcourt and Standlake, vicar of Ambrosden, canon of Lismore, 43, 68, 69.

Symonton. See Symington.

Sympyle, Simpyli, John, rector of Kirkpatrick, 49.

Syon Abbey [in Isleworth, co. Middlesex], St. Saviour's or St. Bridget's, 268.

Syphirwest, John, clerk, 322.

Sythyng, Henry, rector of a portion of Wortham, 307.