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'Index of Persons and Places: B', Calendar of Papal Registers Relating to Great Britain and Ireland, Volume 11: 1455-1464 (1921), pp. 709-723. URL: http://british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=103782 Date accessed: 16 April 2014. Add to my bookshelf


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B., 492, 495, 496, 501, 511, 695.

-, papal register rubricated by, 415 note, 424 note, 425 note.

Babcary, Bapkary [co. Somerset], Thomas de Sancto Mauro, lord of, 228.

Bablond. See Buckland Brewer.

Babtista , Jo. See Baptista.

Babury. See Banbury.

Babyngton, Margery (or Margaret), relict of William Babyngton, knight, suit concerning the will of, 122, 123.

Badenoch, Badzenach [Scotland], Alexander lord of. See Seton alias Gordon.

Baddesworth, John, priest, rector of Clifton, co. Nottingham, dispensation to, 153.

Badoney, Boychdasyach [co. Tyrone], vicarage of, 468.

Badzenach. See Badenoch.

Bagborough, West, Bagburgh [co. Somerset], rectory of, 89.

Baggebear, a hamlet claimed to be in the parish of Churchstanton, co. Devon, suit respecting the tithes of, 241.

Baguley, sir Robert, chaplain, a proctor of the prior and chapter of Coventry, 83.

Bahedus, William, of Lamington, patron of the rectory of Lamington, 427.

Bailyg (?) ebert. See Gilbertstown.

Bakecon. See Baketon.

Baker alias Sherman or Shermon, Thomas, of Lewes, layman, faculties for the aggravation of processes against, 156, 167.

-, Walter, layman, a litigant concerning a charge of defamation brought by him, 270, 271.

Baketon, Bakecon [Balreton in Vol. IX, p. 646], Thomas de, notary public, witness, 611.

-, -, sign-manual and subscription of, 610.

Bakster, John, of Bolton upon Dearne, grant by, 239.

Balayspelan. See Ballyspillane.

Baldersthon, Joan, damsel, dispensed to marry Thomas Molineux, 578.

Baldock, Baldok [co. Hertford], decay of, 618.

-, parish church of St. Mary, rector of, petition of, 618.

-, -, gild of the name of Jesus in, master, wardens, brethren and sisters of, 618.

-, -, indulgence to persons visiting, etc., 619.

-, -, repair of, 618.

Balearic Islands, Maiorice, papal nuncios in. See Poncius de Fouelleto, William; and Soler, John.

Balecliug, See Ballyclog.

Baleingadig. See Ballingaddy.

Baleinkasleanara. See Castletownarra.

Balemaneid, Stephen, layman, suit against, 241.

Balfour, David, dean of Ross [in Scotland], constitution annotated for, 658.

-, John, a canon of Aberdeen, witness, 376.

-, John de, clerk, a canon of Glasgow and prebendary of Govan, provision to, 209, 210.

-, -, resignation of, 421.

-, John de, vicar of Linlithgow and rector of Laurencekirk, dispensation to, 13.

Balimcluig. See Ballyclog.

Balla [co. Mayo], a prebend in Tuam alias Mayo, 209, 473.

Ballard, Robert, rector of Merstham, master of the household and commensal chaplain of the bishop of London, dispensation to, 174.

Ballemgady. See Ballingaddy.

Ballidon, Balydencapell [in Bradbourne parish, co. Derby], chapel of, appropriated to Dunstable priory, 203.

Balliganer. See Ballygunner.

Ballingaddy, Baleingadig, Ballemgady [co. Limerick], rectory of, 10.

-, rural portions of Dongadamond and Donyrish within the parish of, 350.

Ballingarry, Gari, Garre [in the barony of Connello Upper, co. Limerick], vicarage of, 73, 74, 75, 327, 328, 345, 346.

Ballingarry, Garra [in the barony of Coshlea, co. Limerick], rectory of, 352.

Ballingarry, Ungare [in the barony of Ormond Lower, co. Tipperary], vicarage of, 347, 348.

Ballinrobe (N. of the river Robe), Roba in Chera [co. Mayo], rectory of, 208, 236, 237.

-, proximity of Robeen to, 208.

Ballinskelligs, St. Michael's Mount, de Ruppe Sancti Michaelis, Sancti Michaelis de Rupe, Sancti Michaelis de Ruppe [in Prior parish, co. Kerry], Augustinian priory, prior of, papal mandatary, 198, 337.

-, -, Alan prior of. See Ocuyn and Omulconerre.

-, -, John prior of. See Omulconerre.

-, -, canons of. See Omulconerre, John; Omulconerre, Maurice.

Ballintober, de Fonte Sancti Patricii, Villa fontis Sancti Patricii [co. Mayo], Augustinian abbey of the Holy Trinity, abbot of, papal mandatary, 208, 342, 476.

-, -, Cornelius abbot of. See MacEgan.

-, -, Henry abbot of. See Maccolmi.

-, -, John abbot of. See de Stantona.

-, -, Thomas abbot of. See Oranayn.

-, -, canon of. See Stantona, John de.

Ballyadam. See Adamstown.

Ballycashin, Ballyglasshyn [in Kilbourne parish, co. Waterford], rectory or portion of, appropriated to the capitular mensa of Waterford, 379.

Ballyclog, Balecliug, Balimcluig [co. Tyrone], a prebend in Armagh, 242, 243, 308.

-, rectory of, a prebend erected out of, 242.

Ballycomoyle, Bayly curtag Camphylyn [in Rathgarve parish, co. Westmeath], tithes etc. of, belonging to Fore priory, 321.

Ballyglasshyn. See Ballycashin.

Ballygunner, Balliganer, Belliganer, [co. Waterford], parish church of St. Mocahok the confessor, rectory of, appropriated to the capitular mensa of Waterford, 379.

Ballynacourty, Mearayd, Meadryd, Megrayd [co. Galway], vicarage of, 249, 250, 408, 491.

Ballynahaglish, co. Mayo. See Kyldroma.

Ballynakill, Kyllernimthyr alias Kynealethyn [in Leitrim barony, co. Galway], vicarage of, 213, 214.

Ballysadare, Asdara, Casdara, Easdara, de Hasdara [co. Sligo], Augustinian abbey of St. Mary, abbot of, papal mandatary, 607.

-, -, Cornelius abbot of. See Macscarri.

-, -, Maurice abbot of. See Macdonnchaid.

-, -, William abbot of. See Macscarri.

-, -, canons of. See Macscarri, Cornelius; Macscarri, William; Orachin, John.

Ballysakeery, co. Mayo. See Rosserk.

Ballyspillane, Balayspelan [co. Cork], vicarage of, 431.

Balmerino, Balmurynach [co. Fife], Cistercian abbey, abbot of, papal mandatary, 691.

Balnea Petrioli [Italy], Pius II at, 392 note.

Balreton. See Baketon.

Baltheim (rectius Valtheim). See Waltham Abbey.

Baltinglass, de Valle salutis [co. Wicklow], Cistercian abbey, abbot of, papal mandatary, 243.

Baluul, John, late vicar of Fordoun, 336.

Balydencapell. See Ballidon.

Banada, Benfada [in Kilmacteige parish, co. Sligo], rectory of, alias Kilmacteige, 273.

-, house of Corpus Christi of the order of the friars hermits of St. Augustine, friar of. See Omaylli, Hugh.

Banagher, Beandchor [co. Londonderry], rectory of, 468.

Banbury, Babury [co. Oxford], Browghton by. See Broughton, co. Oxford.

Banchis , L. de, 606, 608, 621, 634, 636, 637, 638, 654, 657.

Bane, David, abbot of Old Deer, and a litigant for the same, afterwards a Cistercian monk, 344.

-, -, agreement regarding a pension to, confirmed, 585.

Bangor [co. Carnarvon], James, bishop of. See Blakedon.

-, city and diocese of, clergy of, statutes made by, confirmed, 648, 649.

Bangor, de Bangorio [co. Down], Augustinian abbey, abbot of, papal mandatary, 32.

Banys, Thomas, prior of Folkestone, dispensation to, 569.

Bapkary. See Babcary.

Baptista , Babtista, Jo., 40, 41, 57,122, 147, 148, 178 note, 179, 183, 344, 376, 382, 445, 452, 453, 486, 491, 494, 499, 546, 625, 653, 685.

Baraxas , A. de, 83.

Barbour, Thomas, layman, absolution etc. of, 648.

Barbus, Peter, cardinal priest of St. Mark's, assignment of a pension on the fruits of Paisley abbey, to, 388, 390.

-, -, papal commissary, 58, 474.

-, -, plate etc. of Nicholas V assigned to, 191.

Barcelona, Barchinon [ensis], [Spain], bishop of, papal mandatary, 23 note.

-, Antonius precentor of. See Ferrarii.

-, William sacrist of. See Poncius de Fouelleto.

-, canon of. See Poncius de Fouelleto, William.

-, James de Torrente of, 462.

Barchinon [ensis]. See Barcelona.

Bardeslay, sir Peter, chaplain, witness, 82.

Baret, Bared, Henry, rector of Kilfian, charges against, 260.

-, Bared, Mulerus, a canon of Killala, to be prebendary of Ardagh, and vicar of Kyldroma, 308.

-, Bared, Mulerus son of David, a canon of Killala, papal mandatary, 436.

-, Bared, Mulerus son of Henry, a canon of Killala, papal mandatary, 436.

-, Rory, an Augustinian Friar, bishop of Killala, and rector commendatary of Buckland Filleigh, rehabilitation of, and dispensation to, 174.

-, Bayrot, Thomas, late bishop of Elphin, 45.

-, Thomas, priest, provision of the bishopric of Annaghdown to, 341.

-, Thomas, warden obedientiary of Crossmolina, to have a grant of the deanery of Killala in commendam, 436.

-, Bared, William, a canon of Killala, papal mandatary, 274, 619.

-, William, priest, a litigant for the deanery of Killala and party to a simonical agreement relating thereto, 436.

Baren, Redmond, chancellor of Cashel, to be dean of Cashel, 496.

Bari [Italy], Cattaro a suffragan see of, 257 note.

Barker, John, rector of Monewden, dispensation to, 655.

Barket, John, literate, witness, 615.

Barley, Robert, demands against remitted, 614.

Barnastapolia . See Barnstaple.

Barneham, John, prior of Bermondsey, dispensation to, 558.

-, Barucham, John, a monk of Bermondsey, dispensation to, 183.

Barnstaple, Barnastapolia [co. Devon], Roger, archdeacon of. See Keys.

Baron, John, a chaplain of the chantry of John, duke of Lancaster, in the cathedral church of [St. Paul,] London, grant to, 14, 15.

Barra, David de, sometime rector of Oranmore, 409.

Barrow, in Ardfert parish, co. Kerry, See Randbarad.

Barry, Elis, daughter of William, lord of Barry, dispensed to marry Thomas FitzGerald, 232.

-, Thomas, bishop of Ossory, institution made by, 463.

-, -, visitation of, 463.

-, William, lord of Barry, daughter of. See Barry, Elis, supra.

Barton, John, rector of the parish church of St. Nicholas in the Shambles, London, dispensation to, 185.

Barucham. See Barneham.

Basel [Switzerland], council of, 101.

-, -, pension assigned by, 471.

-, -, Thomas de Levinston, resident in, 113.

Basford, Basseford [co. Nottingham], John Leycestyr, vicar of, 123.

Basok, John, a canon and official principal of Moray, to have provision of a prebend in Moray, 85.

-, -, vicar of Abernethy, and official-general in spirituals of John [de Winchester], bishop of Moray, to be rector of Bona also, 286.

Basseford. See Basford.

Baswarth. See Bosworth.

Bate, Walter, rector of Potterspury, dispensation to, 566.

-, William, a monk of Lenton, dispensation to, 621.

-, William, priest, rector of Welbourne, dispensation to, 572.

Bateman, John, priest, formerly rector of Burrough Green, founder of a chantry in the parish church there, 115.

Bath [co. Somerset], bishop of, faculty to, 296.

-, -, papal mandatary, 319.

-, Richard archdeacon of. See Lichefield.

-, Benedictine priory (cathedral), prior of, powers of, in relation to the priory of St. John the Evangelist, Waterford, 500.

-, -, Thomas prior of. See Lacok.

-, -, monks of, wont to be priors or wardens of St. John the Evangelist, Waterford, 500.

-, -, house or church dependent on. See Waterford, St. John the Evangelist.

Bath and Wells [co. Somerset], bishop of, chancellor of. See Sugar, Hugh.

-, -, faculties to, 281, 360, 519, 520.

-, -, papal mandatary, 547, 554.

-, Thomas bishop of. See Bekynton.

Batii, Cristinus, rector of Kilkivan, to be archdeacon of Sodor, 482.

Batley [co. York], vicarage of, 527.

Battle, de Bello [co. Sussex], Benedictine abbey of St. Martin, monk of. See Herford, John.

Benale, John, prior of Pluscardine, claim of, to certain fruits etc. of Urquhart priory, 288.

-, -, a monk of Dunfermline, formerly prior of Pluscardine, 330.

Benangre. See Binegar.

Benciis , N. de. See Benzis.

Benedict XII, bull of, exemplified, 557 note.

Benedict XIV, 31 note.

Benevento, Beneventanus [Campania, Italy], archbishop of, papal mandatary, 471, 505.

-, Alexius archbishop of. See Cesari de Senis.

Benfada. See Banada.

Beniptori (rectius Bempton). See Bempton.

Benzis , Benciis, N. de, 500–1, 505, 506, 510, 649, 675, 677.

Berd, Richard, vicar of St. Laurence's, Hungerford, dispensation to, 675.

Bere, John de la, bishop of St. David's, afterwards a bishop in the universal church, proposed resignation of, and pension to, 556.

-, -, seal of, 556.

-, -, pension assigned to, 410, 411.

Berengarii, Francis, priest, to be a canon, prebendary and provost (for the mouth of November) of Valencia, 462.

Berford, John, late a canon of Westbury-on-Trym, a prebend called by the name of, 229.

Bergeveny. See Abergavenny.

Bergge, John, a monk of St. Augustine's, Canterbury, indult to, 204.

Berks, Berkshiri, archdeacon of, papal mandatary, 647.

Bermingham, Bermyngeham, Fulc, archdeacon of Oxford, and a chaplain of Henry VI, indult to, 368.

-, Bremchram, Bremgheam, Bremighean, Milerus, clerk, to be rector of Dunmore, co. Galway, 437.

-, -, claiming to be rector of Dunmore, co. Galway, charges against, 465, 466.

-, Bremgheam, Bremicharam, Raymund or Remundus, late rector of Dunmore, co. Galway, 437, 466.

-, Raymund, bishop of Annaghdown, death of, 341.

-, Bremicheam, Bremichiam, Raymundus or Redmond, provost of Tuam, charges against, 451.

-, -, priest, de facto provost of Tuam, 576.

Bermondsey, Bermundseye [co. Surrey], Cluniac abbey of St. Saviour, John, prior of. See Barneham.

-, -, monk of. See Barneham, John.

Bermyngeham. See Bermingham.

Bernard, John, treasurer of Wells, a canon of the same, and vicar of Congresbury, indult to, 10, 11.

-, John, rector of Dibden, dispensation to, 51.

Berta (? Baptista), Ja., correction made by, 589 note.

Bertym, Bertyn, Nicholas, priest, a monk of St. Martin of the New Work, Dover, dispensations to, 608, 649.

Berwick upon Tweed, Berwick [co. Northumberland], house of Trinitarian friars at, David minister of. See Crach.

-, -, Robert minister of. See Clogstown.

-, -, past ministers of, 48.

-, -, assignment of a moiety of the fruits of, 47.

-, -, not visited by the minister-general of the order, 48.

-, -, rectory annexed to. See Kettins.

-, situate in the realm of Scotland, unlawfully in the possession of the enemies of the country, 48.

Bescon (rectius Weston). See Weston, co. Lincoln.

Bethlehem, Bethlemitan [us], [Syria], bishop of, privileges and indults granted to, 7.

-, church of, belonging immediately to the Roman Church, privileges and indults granted to, 7, 8.

-, -, hospital depending on. See London: religious houses.

Beulton. See Bolton le Moors.

Bever. See Carrigaline.

Beverley [co. York, E.R.], collegiate church, canon of. See Bothe, Thomas.

-, -, altar of St. Martin in, prebend at, 434, 435.

Béziers, Biterren [sis], [Herault, France], archdeacon of, papal mandatary, 259.

Benale, John, prior of Pluscardine, claim of, to certain fruits etc. of Urquhart priory, 288.

-, -, a monk of Dunfermline, formerly prior of Pluscardine, 330.

Benangre. See Binegar.

Benciis , N. de. See Benzis.

Benedict XII, bull of, exemplified, 557 note.

Benedict XIV, 31 note.

Benevento, Beneventanus [Campania, Italy], archbishop of, papal mandatary, 471, 505.

-, Alexius archbishop of. See Cesari de Senis.

Benfada. See Banada.

Beniptori (rectius Bempton). See Bempton.

Benzis , Benciis, N. de, 500–1, 505, 506, 510, 649, 675, 677.

Berd, Richard, vicar of St. Laurence's, Hungerford, dispensation to, 675.

Bere, John de la, bishop of St. David's, afterwards a bishop in the universal church, proposed resignation of, and pension to, 556.

-, -, seal of, 556.

-, -, pension assigned to, 410, 411.

Berengarii, Francis, priest, to be a canon, prebendary and provost (for the mouth of November) of Valencia, 462.

Berford, John, late a canon of Westbury-on-Trym, a prebend called by the name of, 229.

Bergeveny. See Abergavenny.

Bergge, John, a monk of St. Augustine's, Canterbury, indult to, 204.

Berks, Berkshiri, archdeacon of, papal mandatary, 647.

Bermingham, Bermyngeham, Fulc, archdeacon of Oxford, and a chaplain of Henry VI, indult to, 368.

-, Bremchram, Bremgheam, Bremighean, Milerus, clerk, to be rector of Dunmore, co. Galway, 437.

-, -, claiming to be rector of Dunmore, co. Galway, charges against, 465, 466.

-, Bremgheam, Bremicharam, Raymund or Remundus, late rector of Dunmore, co. Galway, 437, 466.

-, Raymund, bishop of Annaghdown, death of, 341.

-, Bremicheam, Bremichiam, Raymundus or Redmond, provost of Tuam, charges against, 451.

-, -, priest, de facto provost of Tuam, 576.

Bermondsey, Bermundseye [co. Surrey], Cluniac abbey of St. Saviour, John, prior of. See Barneham.

-, -, monk of. See Barneham, John.

Bermyngeham. See Bermingham.

Bernard, John, treasurer of Wells, a canon of the same, and vicar of Congresbury, indult to, 10, 11.

-, John, rector of Dibden, dispensation to, 51.

Berta (? Baptista), Ja., correction made by, 589 note.

Bertym, Bertyn, Nicholas, priest, a monk of St. Martin of the New Work, Dover, dispensations to, 608, 649.

Berwick upon Tweed, Berwick [co. Northumberland], house of Trinitarian friars at, David minister of. See Crach.

-, -, Robert minister of. See Clogstown.

-, -, past ministers of, 48.

-, -, assignment of a moiety of the fruits of, 47.

-, -, not visited by the minister-general of the order, 48.

-, -, rectory annexed to. See Kettins.

-, situate in the realm of Scotland, unlawfully in the possession of the enemies of the country, 48.

Bescon (rectius Weston). See Weston, co. Lincoln.

Bethlehem, Bethlemitan [us], [Syria], bishop of, privileges and indults granted to, 7.

-, church of, belonging immediately to the Roman Church, privileges and indults granted to, 7, 8.

-, -, hospital depending on. See London: religious houses.

Beulton. See Bolton le Moors.

Bever. See Carrigaline.

Beverley [co. York, E.R.], collegiate church, canon of. See Bothe, Thomas.

-, -, altar of St. Martin in, prebend at, 434, 435.

Béziers, Biterren [sis], [Herault, France], archdeacon of, papal mandatary, 259.

Bicton, Bykton [co. Salop], chapel of St. Catherine, within the parish of St. Chad, Shrewsbury, licenced to have a chaplain, and for the administration of the sacraments, 534, 535.

-, distance of, from Shrewsbury, 534.

-, inhabitants of, 534, 535.

-, William Fissher of, 534.

Bideford [co. Devon], bridge of, and chapels of St. Mary and All Saints thereon, indulgence to persons visiting and giving alms for the repair of, 528.

Bigbury, Bikebury [co. Devon], rectory of, 652.

Bigneti , Brigneti, Ja., 243, 259, 262, 272, 287 note, 310, 311, 316, 330.

Bikebury. See Bigbury.

Bilian. See Byllyon.

Binbrook, Bynbroke [co. Lincoln], parish church of St. Mary, rectory of, 370.

Bindon [in Wool parish, co. Dorset], Cisterian abbey, monks of. See Pedel, John; Toller, Thomas.

Binegar, Benangre [co. Somerset], rectory of, 85.

Birchold, Thomas, rector of St. Dunstan's, Monks Risborough, dispensation to, 673.

Birry, Nicholas, priest, to be rector and vicar of Dungourney, 431.

Biscay, Viscaya [Spain], archdeacon of, papal mandatary, 457 (bis).

Biscopitate (i.e. Bishopgate), priory of St. Mary without. See London: religious houses.

Bishopgate. See London: religious houses.

Bishops Auckland, Aukland [co. Durham], manor of, letters dated at, 131.

Bishopsbourne, Bisshoppesbourne [co. Kent], rectory of, 122.

Bishop's Caundle, Caundell [co. Dorset], rectory of, 530.

Bishopstone, Byschopeston [co. Hereford], rectory of, 564.

Bishopstone, Eblesbourn alias Busshopeston [in Downton hundred, co. Wilts], rectory of, 94.

Bishop Stortford, Stortford [co. Hertford], Nicholas Marchall lord of a place in, 225.

Bissaiga, Giovanni, prefect of the Vatican Archives, titles of registers in the handwriting of, 1 note, 186 note, 192 note, 194 notes (bis).

-, -, rubricelle in the hand of, 374 note.

Bisshoppesbourne. See Bishopsbourne.

Biterren [sis]. See Béziers.

Bitton [co. Gloucester], parish church of, danger run by the inhabitants of Hanham in going to, for burials, 116.

- See also Hanham.

Bitzidlington' (rectius Bridlington'). See Bridlington.

Blackburn, Blakeburne [co. Lancaster], parish church of, appropriated to Whalley abbey, to be governed by a monk thereof, 563, 565.

-, vicars or rectors of, unsuitable persons appointed as, 563.

Blackeney. See Blakeney.

Blaclawe, Thomas, vicar of Chollerton, dispensation to, 172.

Bladon [co. Oxford], parish church of St. Martin, with two chapels annexed, rectory of, 653.

Blair Athole, Blar, Blare [co. Perth], rectory of, 395, 396, 429, 430.

Blakat [in Urr parish, co. Kirkcudbright], vicarage of, 304.

Blakberd, Blahberd, Blakbord alias Wakeryng, Glakbeed, sir John, clerk, master of the hospital of St. Bartholomew, Smithfield, and the brethren of the same, obligation of, 610, 611.

-, -, and the brethren and sisters of the same, 612.

-, -, remission of demands against, 614.

Blakeburne. See Blackburn.

Blakedon, James, bishop of Bangor, rector commendatary of Stockton, formerly bishop of Achonry and rector of Headley, grant to, 237, 238.

Blakeney, Snyterlee alias Blackeney [co. Norfolk], rectory of, 577.

Blanchland, Blancheland [in Shotley, co. Northumberland], Premonstratensian abbey, John abbot of, dispensation to, 527.

-, -, slender fruits of, 527.

-, -, great number of canons in, 527.

Blandford Forum, Blanforde Forum [co. Dorset], vicarage of, 645.

Blandseil, Alexander, layman, one of the executors of the will of Gilbert Sancher, 258.

Blanforde Forum. See Blandford Forum.

Blar. See Blair Athole.

Blar, Patrick, priest, vicar of Alyth, and chaplain at the altar of St. Saviour in the church of St. Mary, Dundee, to resign his vicarage and have collation afresh thereof, 291.

-, -, rehabilitation of, 291.

-, William, late abbot of Coupar-Angus, 416.

Blare. See Blair Athole.

Blas, William, provost of the [collegiate] chapel of St. Elizabeth, Winchester, dispensation to, 127.

Blatherwycke, Blathirwit [co. Northampton], rectory of, 629.

Blida , priory de. See Blyth.

Blodwell, David. See Brodwell.

Blondus , 5, 17, 19, 20, 227, 228, 229, 281, 296, 298, 299, 361, 362, 572.

Blondus , Gaspar, 79 note, 81 note, 103 note, 116 note, 123 note, 141 note, 152 note, 165 note, 505, 509 note, 512 note, 525 note, 551 note, 563 note, 574 note, 590, 595 note, 605 note, 631 note, 640, 647 note, 661 note, 674, 677, 686 note, 696 note, 697 notes (3).

Blyborough, Blyburgh [co. Lincoln], rectory of, 27 (bis).

Blyth, Blida [co. Nottingham], Benedictine priory of St. Mary, Robert prior of. See Bubbewyth.

Bochuel (rectius Bothuel), Bochvel. See Bothwell.

Boddington, Lower, Bodyngton [co. Northampton], rectory of, 642.

Bogart , Bogaor, Bogard, P., 426, 427, 665, 683.

Bohemia, benefices of the Hospitallers in, 640.

Bohemians, the, 669.

Bokyngamia . See Buckingham.

Bole, Bul, John, abbot of Navan, provided to the bishopric of Derry, afterwards archbishop of Armagh and primate of Ireland, indult to, 298.

-, -, provision of the archbishopric of Armagh to, 323.

-, -, indult for the consecration of, 291.

-, -, papal commissary and mandatary, 59.

-, -, promise of, to render an account of the collection of the tenth of ecclesiastical benefices in Ireland, 59.

-, -, safe-conduct for, 59.

Boleyn, Thomas, alleged clerk, 120.

-, Thomas, master or warden of the college of All Saints, Maidstone, dispensation to, 531.

Bolingbroke, Bullyngbroke [co. Lincoln], rectory of, 146.

Bologna, Bononien [sis], [Romagna, Italy], notarius and contralator of the treasury of (amongst officials of the papal court), 194 note.

-, death of William Watsone on his way from Mantua to, 589.

-, papal letters dated at, 287 note.

-, university of, rector of. See Wytyngton, Giles.

-, -, student at, 416.

Bolt. See Smith, Thomas.

Bolthon on Dearne. See Bolton upon Dearne.

Bolton, Burton (sic), [in Bolton Abbey parish, co. York, W.R.], Augustinian priory, prior of, papal mandatary, 238.

Bolton le Moors, Beulton [co. Lancaster], rectory of, 93, 94.

Bolton upon Dearne, Bolthon on Dearne (super Dirno), [co. York, W.R.], grant of land in, 239.

-, John Bakster of, 239.

Bona, Abriachy alias Bonach, Abryachy [now in Inverness, co. Inverness], rectory of, 286.

Bonarli, de Bonarlis, Orlandus, archbishop of Florence, a papal chaplain and auditor, papal commissary, 483, 679.

Boncle, William, a monk of Arbroath, to be abbot of Kelso, 445.

-, -, oath of fealty etc. of, 445.

Boniface VIII, appropriation made by, 467.

-, constitutions of, 384.

-, letters of, confirmed, 29 (bis), 30.

-, -, exemplified and confirmed, 6, 7.

-, -, renewed, 143.

Boniface IX, letters of, confirmed, 29.

-, -, renewed, confirmed and exemplified, 343.

Bonitate , P. or Pe. de, 11, 18, 26, 67, 74, 101, 125, 178, 183, 188, 407, 409, 411, 424, 468, 576, 590, 673.

-, -, papal register rubricated by, 349.

Bonnlynd. See Bumlin.

Bononien [sis]. See Bologna.

Boon, John, abbot of Bury St. Edmunds, confirmation of the election of, 103.

-, -, grant and indult to, 95.

Boor, John, rector of Great Fransham, dispensation to, 625.

Booth. See Bothe.

Bootle, Butill in Compolande, Caupolande [co. Cumberland], rectory of, 150.

Borbonio, John de, bishop of Le Puy, and abbot of Cluny, confirmation of a statute in favour of, 559.

Borders, the, dangers of exercising the office of visitation on, 189.

Borgia, Rodericus. See LanzolBorja, Rodrigo de.

Borsworth alias Smyth, Richard, rector of Broughton Astley, dispensation to, 538.

Borthwic, Bortwic, James, priest, rector of Borthwick, grant to, 92.

-, -, provision to, 278.

-, -, a litigant for the said rectory, 290.

Borthwick, Lochquhorquhart, Lochqwarwart, Lochqworwart, Lothquorwart [co. Edinburgh], parish church of, alleged to be appropriated to Crichton collegiate church, 92.

-, -, appropriation of, to the collegiate church of Crichton, 290.

-, rector of, consents to its appropriation to Crichton collegiate church, 290.

-, rectory of, 278.

-, vicarage of, instituted, 290.

Borton, Thomas. See Burton.

Bortwic, James. See Borthwic.

Bosco, master Bernard or Bernardo de, a papal chaplain and auditor, papal commissary, 679.

-, -, sentence of, 336.

Bosnia, commissary of Calixtus III to. See Newport, John.

Bossan . (rectius Rossen [sis]). See Ross [in Ireland].

Bossia , Boyssa, Boyssia, in the diocese of Lyon, Augustinian priory de, Peter prior commendatary of. See Poyciaci.

-, -, William prior commendatary of. See Croysser.

-, -, pension on the fruits of, 16.

Boston, Bostone [co. Lincoln], house of Friars of the order of the Cruciferi at, brother of. See Butler, Robert.

-, parish church of St. Botolph, brethren of the gild of St. Mary instituted in, grant and indult to, 649, 650.

-, rectory of, 650.

Bosworth, Baswarth [co. Leicester], rectory of, 88.

Boteler. See Butler.

Bothe, Edmund, rector of St. Mary le Bow, London, a nephew of the archbishop of York, dispensation to, 87.

-, John, archdeacon of Richmond, a nephew of the archbishop of York, and secretary of Edward IV, dispensation to, 630.

-, John, warden or master of ‘Gonvylhalle,’ Cambridge, appeals of, concerning his election, 120, 121.

-, master Laurence, a canon of St. Paul's, London, afterwards dean of London, vicar of St. Michael's, Coventry, archdeacon of Richmond and bishop of Durham, 64.

-, -, letters dated in the dwelling house of, 49.

-, -, claim of, upon the abbot and convent of St. Mary's without the Walls, York, 197.

-, -, provision of the bishopric of Durham to, 324.

-, -, faculty for the consecration of, 324.

-, -, oath of fealty etc. of, 324.

-, -, absolution etc. of, 680.

-, Thomas, clerk, a nephew of William [Bothe], archbishop of York, collation of a canonry of Beverley and the prebend at the altar of St. Martin therein, confirmed to, 434, 435.

-, Booth, William, bishop of Coventry and Lichfield, appropriation made by, 50.

-, -, letters of, confirmed and exemplified, 49, 50, 60, 82, 83.

-, -, scribe of. See Brande, master William.

-, -, seal of, 49.

-, -, archbishop of York, primate of England and papal legate, formerly bishop of Lichfield and Coventry, appropriation made by, 478.

-, -, absolution etc. of, 681.

-, -, award of, as arbitrator, 389.

-, -, award of, to be confirmed, 200.

-, -, decision of, in a probate suit, 123.

-, -, chaplain of. See Bromzerd, Robert.

-, -, commissary of. See Malster, John.

-, -, indulgences etc. granted by, 108.

-, -, kinsman of. See Jule, Henry.

-, -, letters of, exemplified, 138–140, 478, 479.

-, -, nephews of. See Bothe Edmund; Bothe, John; Bothe, Thomas.

-, -, seal of, 138, 389.

-, -, sentence of, to be annulled, 160, 161.

-, -, service of, an excuse for non-residence, 435.

-, -, vicar-general in spirituals of. See Toone, Richard.

Bothelny. See Meldrum, Old.

Bothwell, Bochuel, Bochvel [co. Lanark], collegiate church of St. Mary, provost of, papal mandatary, 334.

-, canon of. See Douglas, Hugh de.

-, prebend in. See Hawick.

Botiller. See Butler.

Boton, John, literate, witness, 615.

Boulers (or Bolers), Reginald, bishop of Lichfield and Coventry, union of the two portions of the rectory of Eckington made by, 337, 338.

Bourchier, Bourgehier, John, clerk, a kinsman of Henry VI and of William Bourchier, lord FitzWarine, and nephew of Thomas [Bourchier], archbishop of Canterbury, and of Humphrey [Stafford], duke of Buckingham, dispensation to, 565, 566.

-, Thomas, archbishop of Canterbury, primate of England and legatus natus in the province of Canterbury, absolution etc. granted to Reginald Peacock, bishop of Chichester, by, 77, 78.

-, -, chaplain of. See Edmond, Thomas.

-, -, commissary of. See Stokes, John.

-, -, commission of, by his legatine authority, 319.

-, -, commission to examine certain tractates compiled by Reginald Peacock, bishop of Chichester, issued by, 77.

-, -, confession and resignation of Reginald Peacock, bishop of Chichester, made to, 377.

-, -, faculties to, 156, 167.

-, -, nephew of. See Bourchier, John.

-, -, petition of, 92.

-, -, restoration of an abbot made by, 133.

-, -, suffragan and coadjutor of. See Clerk, Richard.

-, -, auditor of the court of. See Stokes, John.

-, Bourghier, William, lord FitzWarine, Fytzwaren, great-grandson of Edward III, kinsman of. See Bourchier, John.

Bourgehier, Bourghier. See Bourchier.

Bouron , Bauron, Ja., 10, 12, 78, 182, 364, 365, 366, 367, 368, 369, 370, 374, 375, 393, 394, 395, 396, 397, 400, 512, 518, 554, 558, 559, 560, 561, 562, 563, 564, 571, 573, 580, 680, 681, 682.

Boxgrove, Boxgrave [co. Sussex], Benedictine priory, monk of. See Mason, Thomas.

Boychdasyach. See Badoney.

Boyd, river, (‘an impetuous river between’ Hanham and the parish church of Bitton), [co. Gloucester], 116.

Boyle, de Buellio [co. Roscommon], Cistercian abbey of St. Mary, abbot of, papal mandatary, 252.

-, -, Cornelius abbot of. See Machdavid.

-, -, Cornelius sometime abbot of. See Omochan.

-, -, Donald late abbot of. See Omochan.

-, -, Malachy abbot of. See Machdonnochayrmaich.

-, -, Thady late abbot of. See Marchdirarmade.

-, -, abbot and convent of, reservation of benefice in the collation of, 432.

-, -, monks of, benefice wont to be governed by, 432.

-, -, monks of. See MacCormack, Thady; Machdavid, Cornelius.

- See also Inchmacnerin.

Boyllbelfada. See Kilbelfad.

Boys, William de, a monk of Dunfermline, de facto prior of Pluscardine, to have collation of that priory, 330, 331.

Boyssa , Boyssia, priory de. See Bossia.

Bozen, Bulsano [Tyrol, Austria], house of the Friars Minors at, Michael ruler of. See de Wienna.

-, -, destroyed by fire and repaired, 91.

Braas, John, rector of Hawkridge, dispensation to, 559.

Braburne, Richard, priest, a monk of Folkestone, dispensation to, 570.

Bradbourne, Bradborn [co. Derby], John Godfrey vicar of, 25.

- See also Ballidon.

Braddford. See Bradford on Avon.

Bradenham, East, Estbradenham [co. Norfolk], rectory of, 574.

Bradenham, Agnes, widow, indult to, 190.

-, John. See Chapman.

Bradeworth. See Bradworthy.

Bradford [co. Somerset], vicarage of, 631, 632.

Bradford on Avon, Braddford, Bradford [co. Wilts], chapel within the bounds of the parish church of [scil. Winsley], 144.

-, rectory of, 183.

Brading, Breerdyng, in the Isle of Wight [co. Hants], vicarage of, 317, 318.

Bradshagh, John, the younger, layman, dispensed to marry Margaret Entwisels, 268.

Bradworthy, Bradeworth [co. Devon], church of, to be served by a canon of Torre abbey, 343.

Brande, Brand, William, archdeacon of Cleveland, dispensation to, 163.

-, -, papal mandatary, 389.

-, William, clerk, notary public, instrument drawn up by, 478.

-, -, scribe of William Bothe, bishop of Lichfield and Coventry, 49, 82.

Brandesburton [co. York, E.R.], rectory of, 657.

Brangoren [sis]. See Bangor.

Branis , C. de, 81, 85, 93, 140.

Breaghwy, Brechmard [co. Galway], vicarage of, 276.

Brean, Brene [co. Somerset], rectory of, 126.

Brechin [co. Forfar], bishop of, faculty to, 40.

-, -, papal mandatary, 34, 43, 270, 289, 310, 418, 420, 421, 422, 426, 427, 507, 602.

-, -, reservation of a benefice in the collation of, 158.

-, -, to be summoned before papal mandataries, 307.

-, -, to receive the oath of fealty of Thomas [Spens], bishop of Aberdeen, 310 (bis).

-, -, nuncio in Scotland, commission and mandate to, 40.

-, John bishop of. See de Cranach.

-, Patrick bishop of. See Graham.

-, bishopric of, news of voidance of, taken to Rome, 474.

-, dean of, papal mandatary, 269, 460.

-, William dean of. See Forbes.

-, dean and chapter of, reservation of a benefice in the collation of, 158.

-, archdeacon of, papal mandatary, 494.

-, David archdeacon of. See Yduy.

-, George archdeacon of. See Lydel.

-, Gilbert archdeacon of. See Forster.

-, Richard archdeacon of. See Wyly.

-, chancellor of, papal mandatary, 79, 291.

-, David chancellor of. See Ogilwy.

-, official of, papal mandatary, 42, 209, 258, 259, 339, 465, 577, 665, 667.

-, treasurer of, papal mandatary, 258, 278, 300.

-, canons of. See Clait, John; Crab, John; Douglas, Hugh de; Steil, John.

-, prebends in:—

Glenbervie.

Guthrie.

-, diocese of, intimidation in, 455.

- See also Arrat.

Brechmard (rectius Brechmaid). See Breaghwy.

Brecnnuy (rectius Brecmuy). See Britway.

Bredayg, rural lands of. See Kilfian.

Bredon, Bredon' alias Breden' [co. Worcester], parish church of St. Giles, rectory of, 169.

Breerdyng. See Brading.

Bregeon , N., 395, 406, 421, 457, 458, 464, 473, 474, 475, 476, 477, 479, 480, 481, 482, 483, 484, 485, 490, 499, 508, 590, 594, 626, 641, 642, 643, 645, 649, 650, 658, 662, 665, 672, 683, 684, 686, 689, 698.

Breggewater. See Bridgwater.

Brehnach, Maurice, late vicar of Corcomohide, 351.

Brekbel, John, late rector of the chapel of Arrat, 278.

Bremchram (? rectius Bremicheam). See Bermingham.

Bremen [Germany], church of St. Anscarius, provost of, papal mandatary, 273.

-, church of St. Willihadus, provost of, papal mandatary, 334.

-, -, -, executor of a papal mandate, 335.

Bromgheam, Bremicharam, Bremicheam, Bremichiam, Bremighean. See Bermingham.

Brendis , B. de, 1, 393, 394, 395, 396, 397, 399, 400, 552, 553, 554, 555, 556, 557, 558, 559, 560, 561, 562, 563, 564, 571, 573, 580.

Brene. See Brean.

Brenkburne. See Brinkburn.

Brewne, William, rector of Lower Boddington, and chaplain of George [Nevill], bishop of Exeter, dispensation to, 642.

Briani. See Goodringhill.

Bridgetown, Villefontis rectius Villepontis, Villepontis [co. Cork], Augustinian priory of the order of St. Victor, prior of, papal mandatary, 304 (and corrigenda), 325.

Bridgwater, Breggewater [co. Somerset], parish church of St. Mary, vicar and parishioners of, absolution for, 233.

-, Augustinian hospital of St. John, master, brethren and convent of, litigants in a suit against the vicar and parishioners of St. Mary's, Bridgwater, 233.

Bridlington, Bitzidlington [co. York, E.R.], Augustinian priory, canon of. See Rypley, George.

Brigneti , Ja. See Bigneti.

Brimsted. See Brumstead.

Brinkburn, Brenkburne [co. Northumberland], Augustinian priory of SS. Peter and Paul, William prior of, priest, provision of the bishopric of Clonmacnoise to, 359.

-, -, William prior of, and [bishop-]elect of Clonmacnoise, to continue to hold the priory in commendam, 371, 372.

-, -, plundered and wasted, 371.

Brinman (rectius Brinmair). See Llanbrynmair.

Brislington [co. Somerset], chapel of St. Anne in the wood by Bristol, indulgence to persons visiting etc., 657, 658.

Bristol, Brystollya [co. Gloucester], Benedictine abbey of St. Augustine, Walter abbot of. See Newbury.

-, -, Thomas de facto abbot of. See Sutton.

-, -, monks of. See Newbury, Walter; and Sutton, Thomas.

-, -, convent of, an abbot elected by, 132.

-, hospital of the Kalendars, chantry-priest in the church of. See Hemmynge, John.

-, chapel of St. Anne in the wood by. See Brislington.

Brittany, papal legate to. See Coetivy, Alan de.

Britway, Brecnnuy [co. Cork], a prebend (with Coole), in Cloyne, 76.

Brixton, Brixeston [Isle of Wight], rectory of, 635.

-, William Clayton rector of, 632.

Broad Hinton, Brodehenton [co. Wilts], parish church of St. Mary, rectory of, 531.

Brodwell, Blodwell, David, dean of St. Asaph, commissarygeneral of the archbishop of Canterbury, dispensation to, 22, 22 note.

Brome, Brome juxta Ey, [co. Suffolk], parish church of St. Mary, rectory of, 588.

Bromfeld, Elias, a Friar Minor, dispensation to, 106.

Brompton Ralph, Brompton Raaf, Brompton Raaff [co. Somerset], rectory of, 86, 118.

-, Thomas Hope rector of, 324, 325, 329.

Bromzerd, Robert, vicar of Hackney, chaplain of William [Bothe], archbishop of York, dispensation to, 95.

Bronley, John, prior of Arbury, dispensation to, 558.

Broughton, in the diocese of Salisbury. See Broughton-Gifford.

Broughton, Browghton by Banbury [co. Oxford], rectory of, 641.

Broughton Astley, Browthton Ascey, Aschley, Ascley [co. Leicester], rectory of, 538.

Broughton-Gifford, Broughton [co. Wilts], rectory of, 163.

Broun, Elias, esquire, an executor of the will of Catherine Chydyok, petition of, 637.

Browghton by Banbury. See Broughton, co. Oxford.

Brown, Thomas, vicar of FowlisEaster, dispensation to, 38, 39.

-, William, priest, indult to, 226.

Brownyng, John, rector of Symondsbury, dispensation to, 163.

Browthton Ascey, Aschley, Ascley. See Broughton Astley.

Bruges [Belgium], church of St. Donatianus, edict afflxed to the door of, 670.

-, society of Peter de Medicis, Gerocius de Piglis and Peter de Rabacta and their fellows of, 404.

Brughclere. See Burghclere.

Bruis, Brywsse [co. Tipperary], rectory of, united with the vicarage of Tipperary, 246.

Brumstead, Brimsted [co. Norfolk], Robert Howys rector of, 298.

Brunham or Brunhan Norton. See Burnham Norton.

Brunus , papal register rubricated by, 31.

Bruton [co. Somerset], Augustinian priory of St. Mary, prior of, papal mandatary, 135.

-, -, John prior of. See Henton.

-, -, prior and convent of, indult to, 108.

-, -, -, papal mandataries, 96, 97.

-, -, canon of. See Henton, John.

-, -, convent of, election of a prior by, 96.

-, -, convent and chapter of, seal of, 97.

-, -, damp situation of the church of, 108.

Bruy, St. Edmund de. See Bury St. Edmunds.

Bryan, Robert, clerk, dispensation to, 665.

Bryd, Thomas, bishop of St. Asaph, brother of. See Bryd, William, infra.

-, William, priest, a friar preacher, brother of Thomas [Bryd], bishop of St. Asaph, dispensation to, 95.

Brystollya . See Bristol.

Brywsse. See Bruis.

Bubbewyth, Robert, prior of Blyth, dispensation to, 620.

Buccabellis , Bucabellis, Jo. de, 439, 500, 503, 519, 520, 521, 624, 626, 638.

Buccapadulibus , Buccapudulibus, Ja. de, 451, 473, 694.

Buchan, co. Aberdeen. See Deer, Old.

Buckby, Long, Bugby [co. Northampton], rectory of, 661.

Buckingham, Bokyngamia, Humphrey duke of, See Stafford.

Buckland Brewer, Bablond [co. Devon], church of, to be served by a canon of Torre abbey, 343.

Buckland Filleigh, Bukalond Fyllye (or Syllye), [co. Devon], rectory of, 174.

Buellio , abbey de. See Boyle.

Bugby. See Buckby, Long.

Buk, John, a monk of Colchester, a chaplain and member of the household of Prosper [de Columna], cardinal deacon of St. George's in Velabro, dispensation to, 114.

Bukalond Fyllye (or Syllye). See Buckland Filleigh.

Bukett, William, clerk, dispensation to, 621.

Bul. See Bole.

Bullock, John, late bishop of Ross [in Scotland], certain fruits etc. belonging to Urquhart priory detained by, 288.

-, John, late vicar of Alyth, 291.

Bullyngbroke. See Bolingbroke.

Bulsano. See Bozen.

Bumlin, Bonnlynd [co. Roscommon], parish of, 35.

Buncan, John. See Vuncan.

Burch, Thomas, nobleman, indult to, 299.

Burgh. See Burrough Green.

Burghclere, Brughclere [co. Hants], rectory of, 625.

Burgo, David de, sometime rector of Oranmore, 409.

- alias Otybayn, David de, rector of Duniry, charges against, 486, 487.

-, Edmundus de, priest, of Cloyne, a canon of Tuam and prebendary of Kilmeen, charges against, 486.

-, Geoffrey de, late rector of Galbally, 283.

-, John de, a canon of Tuam, papal mandatary, 407, 417, 428, 488.

-, Maelerus or Milerus de, an Augustinian canon of Aughrim, co. Galway, formerly rector of Clonchumoisig, 222, 223.

-, -, sometime a canon of Elphin, 266, 302.

-, -, to be prior of Roscommon, 198, 199.

-, Richard de. See Fitzadam.

-, Richard de, late bishop of Killala, sometime provost of Tuam, 577.

-, Richard Ruffus de, an Augustinian canon of Tuam, to be abbot of St. Mary's, Annaghdown, 295.

-, Walter de, abbot of Cong, charges against, 342.

-, William de, clerk, to be received as a monk of Knockmoy, and to have provision of that abbey, 264, 265.

-, William de, clerk, to be a canon of Clonfert and prebendary of Culfada, 487, 488.

-, William de, layman, patron of the rectory of Kilthomas, presentation made by, 488.

Burgon, Thomas, arbitrator, award of, 610, 611, 612.

Burgundia, Yoland de, wife of John Darly, indult to, 299.

Burgundy, duchy of, members of the hospital of S. Spirito in, 82.

-, duke of. See Philip.

Burne, Thomas, priest, an Augustinian friar of Stamford, dispensation to, 634.

Burneston, Burnyston [co. York, N.R.], parish church of, appropriated to the abbey of St. Mary without the walls, York, 197.

Burnham Norton, Brunham Norton, Brunhan Norton [co. Norfolk], rectory of, 110.

Burnyston. See Burneston.

Burrough Green, Burgh [co. Cambridge], John Bateman rector of, 115.

-, parish church of, chantry of St. Mary and SS. Thomas the Martyr and Catherine the Virgin in the chapel of the Annunciation of St. Mary in, erection of, confirmed, 115.

Burtan in Kendale. See Burton in Kendal.

Burton (sic), in the diocese of York, priory of. See Bolton.

Burton, John, rector of Drayton Parslow, dispensation to, 664, 665.

-, Borton, Thomas, a Friar Minor, afterwards bishop of Sodor, dispensation to, 233.

-, -, death of, 359.

-, William, a monk, sometime abbot of Alcester, dispensation to, 538.

Burton in Kendal, Burtan in Kendale [co. Westmoreland], parish church of, licence for the appropriation of, 63.

Burton Lazars, Burton Sancti Lazari [co. Leicester], hospital of the order of the Cruciferi, brother of. See Ardrim, William.

Burton upon Trent, Burton [co. Stafford], Benedictine abbey of SS. Mary the Virgin and Modowenna the Virgin, abbot of, papal mandatary, 22.

-, -, abbot and convent of, indult to, 544, 545.

-, -, resort of secular and other persons to, before daybreak, 544.

Burwell, Robert, rector of Bolingbroke, a student of theology at Cambridge university, dispensation to, 146.

Bury St. Edmunds, Bury, St. Edmund Bury, St. Edmund de Bruy [co. Suffolk], Benedictine abbey of St. Edmund, immediately belonging to the Roman church, John abbot of. See Boon.

-, -, abbot and convent of, grant and indult to, 95.

-, -, Richard prior of. See Ryngstede.

-, -, monk of. See Walsyngham, John.

-, -, number of monks in, 95.

Bussa , L., 48.

Busshopeston. See Bishopstone.

Butill in Compolande, Coupolande (i.e. in the rural deanery of Coupland). See Bootle.

Butler, le Botiller, Edmund, lieutenant of James [Butler], earl of Ormonde, presentation made by, 463.

-, James, earl of Wiltshire, uuilhelmi, and earl of Ormonde, patron, for a certain turn, of the rectory of Callan, 463.

-, -, lieutenant of. See Butler, Edmund.

-, -, consent of, to the provision of Montacute priory to Robert Newton, 546.

-, Boteler, Robert, a friar of the order of the Cruciferi at Boston, dispensation to, 149.

-, Boteler, Thomas, priest, rector of Meppershall, dispensation to, 642.

Button, William, a citizen of London, indult to, 372.

Bykton. See Bicton.

Byland, de Bellalanda [co. York, N.R.], Cistercian abbey, abbot of, papal mandatary, 197.

Bylliam, Thomas, formerly archdeacon of Cashel, 500.

Byllyon, Richard, lord of Treuerde, indult to, 118 note.

-, -, wife of, 118 note.

-, Bilian, Byllyan, Thomas, 118 note.

Bylyott, John, priest, indult to, 225.

Bynbroke. See Binbrook.

Byngham, John, an Augustinian canon of Thurgarton (erroneously called ‘Thomas’ in a dispensation of Nicholas V), dispensation to, confirmed, 197.

Byort, Byott. See Hetyngham.

Byrgeham, William, vicar of Canewdon, dispensation to, 594.

Byron, Hyron, Thomas, layman, kinsman of the late Thomas Knyght, dispensed to remain in his marriage with Alice Knyght, 238.

Byschopeston. See Bishopstone, co. Hereford.