Index of Persons and Places
M, N, O

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'Index of Persons and Places: M, N, O', Calendar of Papal Registers Relating to Great Britain and Ireland, Volume 11: 1455-1464 (1921), pp. 799-834. URL: http://british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=103787 Date accessed: 22 October 2014.


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Maboyl. See Maybole.

Macabrechim, Maccabrehum, Cornelius, priest (1), to be vicar of Kilmacallan, 316.

-, Maccabrehum, Cornelius, priest (2), de facto vicar of Kilmacallan, 316.

-, Micbrehim, Dermit, sometime vicar of Kilmacallan, 316.

-, Michabrethim, Magonius, late vicar of Ardcarn, 411.

-, Maccabreim, Thady, clerk, to be vicar of Killeenagariff, 316.

-, Maccabrehim, Thady, notary public, resignation made before, 316.

-, Thomas, a canon of Achonry, papal mandatary, 492.

Macacdagayn. See MacEgan.

Macadam, Edmund, sometime vicar of Askeaton, 385, 386.

Macacdagayn. See MacEgan.

MacAneeny, Machanegeanayeh, Tierney, de facto vicar of Clones and of the plebs of Clankelly, 220, 221.

-, -, death of, 550.

Macanfylead, John, late vicar of St. Nicholas’, Galway, 333, 334.

Macassyn, John, rector of Ardkeen, to be archdeacon of Kilclief (i.e. of Down), 32, 33.

MacBrady, Andrew, bishop of Kilmore, and the clergy of his diocese, appointment of the parish church of St. Felimy, Kilmore, to be their cathedral church, made by, 240.

-, Macbradayd, Magbradayd, Andrew, clerk, a canon of Kilmore, papal mandatary, 214.

-, -, to be rector of Drumgoon, 215.

-, Macbradayd, Malachy, a canon of Kilmore, papal mandatary, 313.

-, Magbradayd, Malachy, sometime rector of Drumgoon, 215.

Macbressim, Thomas, a canon of Tuam, papal mandatary, 437, 475.

-, Macbrissim, William, clerk, to be vicar of Macladia alias Yscertstephan, 444, 445.

Macbrien, Donald, priest, to be rector of Galbally, 283.

Macbrissim. See Macbressim.

Maccabrehim, Maccabrehum, Maccabreim. See Macabrechim.

Maccaedagayn. See MacEgan.

Maccassarlay, Maccasarlay, Mackasurly, Dermit, a canon of Tuam, papal mandatary, 451, 461, 473.

Maccayg, Macheayg, Dominicus, late vicar of Badoney, 468.

-, Micchacg, John, late vicar of Badoney, 468.

Macceallaych, Matthew, vicar of Aghanloo, charges against, 467.

Macceayh (rectius Maccreayh). See Maccray.

Macchamail. See Mackamail.

Macciaedagayn. See MacEgan.

Macclerid, Dermit, priest, de facto vicar of Ogulla, 315.

Maccolgan, Bernard, priest, to be rector of Clonca, 485.

Maccolmi, Micccolmi, Henry, late abbot of Ballintober, 460.

Maccomiayc (rectius Maccormayc), alias Ofihallay. See Mac Cormack.

Maccommara. See Macconmara.

MacConachy, Mamacconkagry, Eugenius, a canon of Ardagh, papal mandatary, 694.

Macconchuyr. See MacConnor.

Macconcour, Macconcubaiar. See O'Connor.

Macconmara, Cornelius, clerk, to be vicar of Killeely, 220.

-, alias Conmara, Cornelius, clerk, to be a canon of Killaloe and prebendary of Tulla, 356, 357.

-, Maconmara, Cornelius alias Cunmara, clerk, reservation of a benefice for collation to, 627.

-, -, mandate for the collation of such reserved benefice to, 628.

-, Donatus, clerk, to be vicar of Kilnasulagh and rector of Clonloghan, 279.

-, Maccommara, Fyninus alias Fynin, clerk, to be a canon of Limerick and of Killaloe and prebendary of Dysert and of Tulla, 247.

-, Malachy, a canon of Killaloe, papal commissary, 356.

-, -, papal mandatary, 279.

-, Malachy, rector of Clonlea, charges against, 433.

-, Maconmara, Matthew, a canon of Limerick, papal mandatary, 212, 220.

-, Matthew son of James, a canon of Limerick and prebendary of Donaghmore, vicar of Kilnasulagh and rector of Clonloghan, death of, 259, 279.

-, Maccommara, Odo son of James, treasurer of Killaloe and rector of Dromline, to be vicar of Tomfinlough, 248, 249.

-, Machonmara, Thady, archdeacon of Killaloe and rector of Ogashin, charges against, 490.

-, Machonmara, Maconmara, Thady, clerk, rector of Quin and Ogashin, afterwards rector of Clonlea and vicar of Killokennedy, 433, 438.

-, -, simony committed by, 490.

-, Maccommara, Thady, clerk, a canon of Killaloe and prebendary of Tulla, charges against, 247, 356, 357.

-, Machomarra, Machonmara, Machonmarra, Thady, the younger, clerk, to be archdeacon of Killaloe, 490.

-, Macunmara, Thady son of Donatus, de facto rector of Feakle, Killuran and Ogonnelloe, 219.

-, Thady son of Donatus, clerk, to be rector of Quin and Ogashin, 438.

-, Thady son of Thady, a canon of Killaloe, papal mandatary, 251.

Macconmmgy, Edmund, late rector of Cappagh, 275.

Macconnaye alias Offyallay. See MacCormack.

MacConnor, Macconchuyr, Philip, clerk, to be archdeacon of Lismore, 338.

MacCormack, Macormech, Mecormayc, Dermit, vicar of Cannaway, 314, 320.

-, -, simony committed by, 320.

-, Maccomiayc alias Ofihallay, Macconnayc alias Offyallay, Thady, a monk of Boyle abbey, reservation of a benefice for collation to, 432.

Maccrath, Maccrathe. See Magrath.

Maccray, Macray, Donatus, a canon of Killaloe and prebendary of Clondagad, charges against, 499.

-, -, papal mandatary, 303.

-, Macceayh, Matthew, clerk, son and proctor of Roderick Maccray, to be received as an Augustinian canon of Clare abbey, and to have provision of the same, 73, 74.

-, -, blessing etc. of, 73, 74.

-, -, oath of fealty etc. of, 73.

-, Macceayh, Roderick, an Augustinian canon of Clare abbey, sometime abbot of the same, resignation of, at the apostolic See, 73.

-, -, proctor and son of. See Maccray, Matthew, supra.

Maccraych. See Magrath.

Maccukoyg, Miccukoyg, Malachy, late rector of Muintir-Eolays, 509.

Macculmarchayn, Macculmarthayn, John, clerk, to be vicar of Urney, 313.

-, -, to have a perpetual farm of the tithes etc. of Gilbertstown and Ballycomoyle, 321.

Macdamel alias O'Driscoll, Ohedyrsgeoil, Odo, sometime vicar of Aghadown, 305.

Macdiarmada, Micdiarmada alias Micdomicaidriabaid, Odo, sometime vicar of Ardcarn.411.

Macdonald, John, de Yla, de Yle, lord of the Isles, earl of Ross, charges against, 671.

-, -, lands and dominions of, 54.

-, -, presentations to the rectory of Kilchomanma de by, 262, 480.

-, -, secretary of. See Weyke, James.

-, -, wife of. See Levinston. Elizabeth.

Macdonnchayd, Macdonnchaid, Maurice, an Augustinian canon of Inchmacnerin, afterwards abbot of Ballysadare and prior commendatary of Inchmacnerin, provisions to, 487, 492, 493.

-, -, blessing of, 487.

Mace, John, an Augustinian canon of South Kyme, dispensation to, 553.

-, -, indult to, 186.

Maceadagain. See MacEgan.

Macega, Thomas, priest, vicar of Askeaton, to have collation afresh, 385, 386.

MacEgan, Mecagayn, Cornelius, late abbot of Knockmoy, 265.

-, Miccadagayn, Cornelius, sometime abbot of Ballintober, 460.

-, Miccagdagan, Dermit, late prior of Rindown, 204.

-, Macciaedagayn, Mackaegayn, Donald, priest, a canon of Elphin, papal mandatary, 200.

-, -, to be vicar of Kilcroan, 212, 213.

-, Maccaedagayn, Eugenius, abbot of St. John the Baptist's, Annaghdown, rehabilitation of, 201.

-, Miccieadagayn, Florence, sometime vicar of Kilcroan, 213.

-, Miceaedagayn, John, late prior of Roscommon, 199.

-, Macciaedagayn, John, de facto vicar of Kilcroan, 212.

-, Maurice, late abbot of St. John the Baptist's, Annaghdown, 201.

-, Macacdagayn, Odo, de facto vicar of Killoscobe, 217.

-, Macacdagayn, Maceadagain, Thomas, clerk, to be provost of Tuam, 451, 576, 577.

MacEnery, Mickennery, Alan, late precentor of Limerick, 10.

Macerenait (rectius Maccreuair). See Macrevair.

Maccreto [Tuscany, Italy], papal letters dated at, 404, 406, 407, 414, 431, 462, 570, 571, 572, 576, 577, 590.

Macerigayn, Fergallus, clerk, to be archdeacon of Clonmacnoise, 480.

Maccriis , collegiate church de. See Mezières.

MacGauran, Cormac, bishop of Ardagh, alleged division of the rectory of Muintir-Eolays among the prebends of the canons of Ardagh by, 508.

-, -, consent of, to the sentence of a papal delegate, 508.

Macgeruaister, Macgeruastyr, Denis, vicar of Noughaval, charges against, 211, 212.

-, Macgerreastyr, Dermit, priest, to be vicar of Noughaval, 211, 212.

-, Macgeruaistir, John, chancellor of Kilfenora, to be vicar of Oughtmama, 245.

-, Nemeas, sometime chancellor of Kilfenora, 244.

Macgilasulich. See Macgillasulich.

Macgillabride, Magillabride, Margillabride, John, clerk, of Londonderry, de facto dean of Derry, grant to, 60, 61.

-, -, provided to the deanery of Derry, to be vicar of Fahan, 284.

Macgillacalma, Lewis, clerk, to be rector of Cappagh, 275.

-, -, dispensation to, 275.

Macgillacosgli, Macgillchosgly, Thady, vicar of Inishkeen and of Aghalurcher, a canon of Armagh and of Clogher, collations to, 299, 300, 314, 315.

-, -, non-ordination of, 313.

-, -, papal mandatary, 315.

-, -, simony committed by, 504.

Macgillacumayn, Mugillacumayn, Odo, clerk, late vicar of the parish church called Tempull na Scrine in Tuam, 428.

Macgillafiurgy. See Fergussi.

Macgillapadraic, Macgyllapadryg, Dermit, clerk, provided to the rectories of Kilkeedy and Drumcliff, to be a canon of Killaloe and prebendary of Clondagad, 499, 500.

-, Magillipadrig, Magillypadrig, Donald, clerk, reservation of a canonry of Limerick and the prebend of St. Munchin's, Limerick, for collation to, 499.

Macgillaranam, (i.e. MacLorinan), John, de facto vicar of Ahoghill, 303, 304.

Macgillaruayd, Maccilarnaid, Meccillarnaid, Dermit, late a canon of Elphin, 266, 302.

-, Donald, a canon of Elphin, papal mandatary, 315.

-, Macgillaruag, Maigillaruag, John. See O'Kelly.

Macgillasulich, Macgilasulich, Macgillasulych, John, de facto vicar of Kiltoghart with the annexed parish church of Killtrennan, 409.

Macgillavanach, David, priest, sometime rector of Dunkellin, provided to a canonry of Kilmacduagh and the prebend of Killinan, to be vicar of Newtown, 223.

-, Macgillavamach, Macgillavanath, Denis, priest, archdeacon of Kilmacduagh, and a litigant therefor, a canon of Clonfert and prebendary of Killaspugmoylan, provided vicar of Ballynacourty and de facto rector of Oranmore, decree in favour of, 263.

-, -, papal mandatary, 216, 255.

-, -, provisions to, 210, 250.

-, -, rehabilitation of, 408, 409.

-, Macgillavanath, Donald, priest, vicar of Ballyncourty and rector of Dunkellin and of Kilcolgan, 249, 250, 408.

-, -, death of, 491.

-, Macgillavanath, John, a canon of Kilmacduagh, papal mandatary, 277.

-, John, sometime rector of Ardrahan, and vicar of Oranmore, 216.

-, John, sometime rector of Kilthomas, 417.

-, Maurice, clerk, to be vicar of Ballynacourty, 491.

-, Roderick, sometime vicar of Newtown, 223.

-, Roderick, sometime rector of Oranmore, 409.

-, Thomas, late archdeacon of Kilmacduagh, 263.

-, Thomas, a canon of Kilmacduagh and prebendary of Cauda, rector of Kilthomas and a litigant therefor, 488, 489.

-, -, papal mandatary, 215.

-, -, provision to, 417.

Macgillavonaem, Maurus, de facto vicar of Granard, 283.

Macgillchosgly. See Macgillacosgli.

Macgilleoyn, John, clerk, to be received as a monk of Iona, 124.

Macgilli, John, late rector of Clooncraff, 407.

Macgillindam, Micgillindam, Donatus, priest, sometime vicar of Donaghenry, 282.

MacGilroy, Machwkuarg, Mackwhuarg, Malachy, clerk, to be rector of Muintir-Eolays, 410.

Macglosgay, Micglosgay, Dermit, late dean of Derry, charges against 60, 61.

-, -, daughters of, 61.

-, -, death of, 61.

Macguffok, Thomas, priest, late rector of Glencairn, 413.

Macgumin, Thady, bishop of Kilmore, formerly prior of Drumlane and vicar of Urney, 214.

-, -, detention of that priory in commendam by, 307.

Macgundi. See Cannaway.

Macgyllapadryg. See Macgillapadraic.

Machagier, John, clerk, to be vicar of Termonmaguirk, 276.

Machan. See Dalserf.

Machand alias Fuyt, Gerald, clerk, to be a canon of Cloyne and prebendary of Cooliney and vicar of Rathgoggan, 351.

Machanegcanaych (rectius Machanegeanaych). See MacAneeny.

Machasy, Donald, a canon of Armagh, papal mandatary, 276.

Machcayg. See Maccayg.

Machdavid, Cornelius, a monk of Boyle abbey, to have provision of that monastery, 481.

-, -, blessing of, 481.

-, -, oath of fealty etc. of, 481.

Machdonnochayrmaich (? Macdermodayruaid i.e. MacDermot ruadh), Malachy, abbot of Boyle, charges against, 481.

Macheachin, Mecheachin, John, sometime vicar of Shanagolden, 350.

Machedian, Machedyan, Cristin, a canon of Elphin, papal mandatary, 247, 252.

Machelonyn, Thomas, sometime a canon of Tuam and prebendary of Balla, 209.

Machesdela, Donald, a canon of Kildare, papal mandatary, 277.

Machiremoir, Machnemoir, Machurmoir, Thady, rector of Dunmore [in Durrow, Queen's county], to be rector of Dunmore [co. Galway], 465, 466.

Machoclan, Mechoclan, Toroleus, sometime archdeacon of Clonmacnoise, 481.

Machomarra, Machonmara, Machonmarra. See Macconmara.

Machoroymriabayd, Cornelius, rector of Banagher, to be also vicar of Badoney, 468.

Machurmoir. See Machiremoir.

Machwkuarg. See MacGilroy.

Machyllichan, Murianus, vicar of Attymass, to be vicar of Easky, 274, 275.

Machynfile, Philip, late vicar of Moorgagagh, 217.

Maciarellis , Jacobus de, a clerk of the apostolic Camera, 59.

Macincarrig. See Macincrug.

Macincrug alias Macincarrig, Macingarge, Maurice, vicar of Newcastle, co. Wicklow, charges against, 340.

-, -, death of, 477.

Macinfirmanaig, Maurus, priest, provided to the vicarage of Cloonfinlough, to be a canon of Elphin, 34, 35.

Macingarge. See Macincrug.

Macingind, Thomas, sometime vicar of Kilkeedy, co. Limerick, 274.

Mackaegayn. See MacEgan.

Mackamail, Mackamayl, John, a canon of Armagh, papal mandatary, 242.

-, Macchamail, Patrick, clerk, to be a canon of Armagh and prebendary of Clonoe and Donaghenry, 266.

Mackasurly. See Maccassarlay.

Mackcleneayn, Dermit, clerk, to be vicar of Killeeneen, 215, 216.

Mackenylyd, Mickenylyd, John, late vicar of Galway, 255.

Macki, John, priest, surrogated to the right of George scoriswoyde in the vicarage of Dumfries, 511.

Mackwhuarg. See MacGilroy.

Macladia alias Yscertstephan, in the diocese of Tuam, vicarage of, 444, 445.

Maclaghlyn, John, a canon of Kildare, papal mandatary, 276.

Maclanchie, Maclanchay, John, minister of the house of Trinitarian friars at Adare, to be also prior of the priory of St. John the Evangelist by Waterford, 500.

-, John, priest, a litigant for the vicarage of Askeaton, 385.

Maclochlaind. See Oruayrc, Cornelius.

Macloven [sis], Maclovien[sis]. See St. Malo.

Macmachima (rectius Macmachuna). See Macmachuna.

Macmachuna, Cornelius, clerk, to be vicar of Kilkeedy, co. Limerick, 274.

-, Macmathima, Cornelius, layman, dispensed to marry, 406.

-, Macmachauna, Dermit, clerk, de facto vicar of Kilkeedy, co. Limerick, 274.

-, Malachy, clerk, to be vicar of Inishkeen, 313.

-, alias Ochoncubair, Maurice, priest, de facto vicar of Killaspuglonane, 221.

-, Macmachuna, Morina, dispensed to marry Patrick FitzMaurice, 242.

-, Macmachima, Macmathuna, alias Maguire, Maguyc, Nellanus, rector of Inishkeen, rehabilitation of, 504.

Macmagnussa, Charles, layman, to have a perpetual farm of the tithes etc. of the rectory of Clones, 321.

Macmathima (rectius Macmachuna), Macmathuna. See Macmachuna.

Macmicmacpersom, John, vicar of Alwascal, charges against, 286.

Macmuicertaig, Eugenius, de facto vicar of Granard, 283.

Macmuoglay, Donald, a canon of Killala, papal mandatary, 217.

Macmurcrataid, Cormac, a Cistercian monk of St. Anastasius’ without the walls, Rome, to be abbot of Kilbeggan, 224, 225.

Macnab, Maurice, a student of the university of Rome, to be a canon of Aberdeen, 107.

-, -, mandate for the reception of, 108.

Macneyll, Donatus, sometime vicar of Caher, co. Kerry, 337.

Macoly, John, late vicar of Kilglass. co. Roscommon, 247.

-, Matthew, prior of Cloontuskert, charges against, 200, 201.

Mâcon, Matisconen[sis], [Saône-etLoire, France], Cluny in the diocese of, 559 note.

Maconcagaid, Dermit, priest, vicar of Kilglass, co. Roscommon, to have collation afresh of that vicarage, 247.

Maconmara. See Macconmara.

Maconyng, Patrick, late rector of Drumgoon, 215.

Macorman, Inimccorman, Anina, wife of Malachy Macorman, dispensed to marry afresh, 406.

-, Mecorman, Malachy, layman, dispensed to marry afresh, 406.

-, -, wife of. See Macorman, Anina.

Macormech. See MacCormack.

Macosquin, de Claro fonte, de Clarofonte [co. Londonderry]. Cistercian abbey of St. Mary, abbot of, papal mandatary, 281, 467, 469.

Macray. See Maccray.

Macraych, Macrayth. See Magrath.

Macrevair, Macerenait, William, a canon of Armagh, papal mandatary, 265.

Macscarri, Cornelius, an Augustinian canon of Ballysadare, sometime abbot of the same, 487, 492.

-, charges against, 312, 313.

-, Maescarrayd, Marscarrayd, William, an Augustinian canon of Ballysadare, and provided abbot of the same, enforced resignation of, to be annulled, 312, 313.

-, -, charges against, 487, 492, 493.

-, -, father and brothers of, 312.

Macsynyn, Miesynyn, Eugenius, late chancellor of Ardfert, 448.

MacThomas, Mactomais, Philip, vicar of Aghalurcher, charges against, 314, 315.

Macunmara. See Macconmara.

Madderty, co. Perth. See Inchaffray.

Maedcarnayn. See Moore.

Maerkham. See Markham.

Maescarrayd (rectius Maescarrayd). See Maescarri.

Maesheim . See Masheim.

Maffeis , B. de, 677.

-, Mafeis, Mafeys, F. or Fe. de, 400, 410–2, 414–9, 421, 423, 574–5, 577–9, 581–2, 586, 589, 683.

Magamrugan, Cristinus, vicar of Templeport, charges against, 219.

-, Cormac, a canon of Ardagh, papal mandatary, 435.

-, Magaurughan, Peter, an Augustinian canon of Drumlane, to be prior of the same, 307.

-, Rory, priest, to be vicar of Templeport, 219.

Magbradayd. See MacBrady.

Magdeburg [Saxony, Germany], canons of. See Gele, John; Magni, Birgerus.

Magdeburgensis . See Middelburg.

Magdonale, Gilbert, clerk, provided to the rectory of Kells, co. Kirkcudbright, 498.

Magfeldi. See Mayfield.

Maghbile, Maghbili. See Moville.

Magheracloone, St. Molua de Cluan [co. Monaghan], vicarage of, 311.

Maghoflatym. See Molahiffe.

Magillabride. See Macgillabride.

Magillipadrig, Magillypadrig. See Macgillapadraic.

Magindi. See Cannaway.

Magni, Birgerus, a subdeacon of Calixtus III, to be a canon of Magdeburg and Lübeck, 24.

Magonien [sis]. See Mayo.

Magoreactayd, Charles, a canon of Elphin, papal mandatary, 34.

Magranaill, Cormac, a canon of Ardagh, papal mandatary, 435.

-, Magranail, Robert, late rector of Muintir-Eolays, 508, 509.

-, Magranayl, Rory, clerk, provided to the rectory of MuintirEolays, death of, 508, 509.

Magrath, Macrayth, John, priest, de facto vicar of Killeenagariff, 316.

-, yny Mekareychg, Ranatina (? Kathleen), dispensed to marry John de Geraldinis, 236.

-, Maccrath, Maccraych, Thady, a canon of Killaloe, papal mandatary, 354, 356.

-, Macraych, Thady, [bishop-] elect of Killaloe, formerly rector of the parish churches of Ocormaege, 415.

-, Maccrathe, Thomas, prior of SS. Mary the Virgin and Edward the Martyr by the bridge of Limerick, charges against, 292.

Magriyd, Megirid, Thady, an Augustinian canon of Fertagh, formerly an Augustinian canon of Inchmacnerin, to be prior of Fertagh, 202, 203.

-, -, oath of fealty of, 203.

Magroday, Patrick, late vicar of Fahan, 284.

Maguire, Magugyr, John, a canon of Clogher, papal mandatary, 314.

-, Maguyc, Nellanus. See Macmachuna.

Magyn. See Moyne.

Magyo , abbey de. See Monasteranenagh.

Mahoonagh, Maychawnach [co. Limerick], vicarage of, 350.

Maiden Newton, Mayden Newton [co. Dorset], parish church of St. Cross, rectory of, 176.

Maidstone, Maydynston [co. Kent], college of All Saints, Thomas master or warden of. See Boleyn.

Maigillaruag. See O'Kelly, John.

Maio. See Mayo.

Maiorice . See Balearic Islands.

Majorca, benefices of the Hospitallers in, 647 (bis).

-, members of the hospital of S. Spirito in, 82.

-, See also Balearic Islands.

Makarell, Makerell, Ralph, priest, rector of Risby, dispensations to, 366, 568.

Makaycargi, Maurice, vicar of Newcastle, co. Wicklow, charges against, 306.

Makerell. See Makarell.

Makson. See Mokson.

Mall, John, vicar of St. Andrew's, Shrivenham, dispensation to, 553.

Malmesbury[co. Wilts], Benedictine abbey, abbot of, papal mandatary, 536.

Malster, William, commissary of William [Bothe], archbishop of York, appeal against a decision of, 122, 123.

Maltby, William, an Augustinian canon of Markby, dispensation to, 638.

Malvil. See Melville.

Mamacconkagry. See MacConachy.

Man, Isle of, the church of Sodor in, 344.

-, inhabitants of, ready to abstain from invasions of the neighbouring parts, 382.

-, lord of. See Stanley, Thomas.

-, relies of saints in, 382.

-, sentence of excommunication etc. against invaders of, 381, 382.

Man, Thomas, priest, a monk of Medmenham abbey, dispensation to, 525, 526.

Manby, John, merchant, indult to, 296.

Mancetter, Mancestre [co. Warwick], parish church of, appropriated to Merevale abbey, 49, 50, 60.

-, -, grant of the advowson of, 50.

-, portion reserved for the vicar of, 50.

-, vicar of, manse to be built for, 50.

-, vicar and churchwardens of, to distribute alms to poor parishioners, 51.

-, vicarage of, right of presentation to, 50.

Mancinis , L. de, 404, 440, 460, 476, 482, 497, 509, 575, 592, 595, 596.

-, N. de, 572.

Mandosi, Roger, bishop of Amelia, papal letters to, 499.

Mannyng, Richard, clerk, demands against, remitted, 614.

-, Thomas, dean of the chapel royal in Windsor castle, a secretary of king Henry VI, dispensations to, 148, 166.

Mannyngham. See Manyngham.

Mantua [Italy], papal letters dated at, 376, 382–4, 386, 388–90, 392–5, 397, 398, 400, 403, 405, 434, 525 note, 535–9, 543–9, 551–7, 557 note, 558, 559, 560–5, 570, 573, 579.

-, papal register commenced at, 551 note.

-, papal registers rubricated at, 388 note, 392 note, 396 note, 398 note.

-, journey of Pius II to, 675.

-, Pius II with his court at, 589.

-, reservation of benefices void by death of followers of the Roman Court between Rome and, 589.

-, session of, 402.

-, a tenth imposed at, 401.

-, three years’ war against the Turks proclaimed at, 402.

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

-, death of William Watsone between Rome and, 589.

Manyngham alias Mannyngham, John, vicar of St. Margaret's, Lowestoft, dispensation to, 575.

Mapilton, Robert, vicar of Owthorne, dispute of, with the abbot and convent of Kirkstall, 200, 238 note.

Mar, Alexander earl of. See Stewart.

Marcellus , 226, 227, 228, 281, 297, 299, 360, 361, 362, 401, 402, 403, 695.

-, papal register rubricated by, 242 note.

Marchall, John, layman, indult to, 225.

-, Nicholas, lord of a place in Bishop Stortford, indult to, 225.

-, -, Elizabeth his wife, 225.

-, Cf. Marschall.

Marchdirarmade, Thady, late abbot of Boyle, 481.

Marche, Edward, a monk of Glastonbury, indult to, 84.

Marcott. See Morcott.

Mareham le Fen, de Marerio (sic), Marum [co. Lincoln], rectory of, 155, 369.

Marerio , rectory de. See Mareham le Fen.

Margalyn, Thomas, a canon of St. Patrick's, Dublin, papal mandatary, 187.

Margaret [of Anjou], queen of England, chaplain and commensal of. See Argentina, John son of Henry de.

-, chaplains of. See Halse, John; Woelpdale, John; Wyncucumbe, Thomas.

-, household of, confessorgeneral of. See Dutton, John.

-, information afforded to the pope by, 529.

-, petitions of, 154 (bis), 184, 558.

-, secretary of. See Carent, Nicholas.

-, John Morton acceptable to, 556.

-, incorrectly written Catherina, 154 note.

Margillabride. See Maegillabride.

Marinaribus, Mark de, bishop of Alessandria, residing in the Roman Court, faculty to, 116.

Marinoni, Mark, bishop of Orvieto, papal mandatary, 327.

Markande, John, rector of Charlton Mackrell, dispensation to, 154.

Markby [co. Lincoln], Augustinian priory, canon of. See Maltby, William.

Markham, Maerkham, John, serjeant at-law, arbitrator, award of, 610, 611, 612.

Marnhull [co. Dorset], parish church of St. George, rectory of, 27.

Maromen [sis], a mistake for Morauien[sis], 577.

Marow, Agnes, indult to, 297.

Marscarrayd (rectius Macscarrayd). See Macscarri.

Marschall, Marschalle, John, a canon of York, papal mandatary, 122.

-, John, rector of Redmile, confirmation of a dispensation and a fresh dispensation to, 175.

-, Cf. Marchall.

Marschfield. See Marshfield.

Marsh Chapel, Merchchapelle [co. Lincoln], chapel of St. Mary, in the parish of Fulstow, grant of the right of burial to, 630, 631.

Marshfield, Marschfield [co. Gloucester], John Shawe vicar of, 232.

-, cure of souls of, 232.

Marsicen [sis]. See Marsico.

Marsicano, an error for Marsico, 419.

Marsico, Marsicanus, Marsicensis [Italy], bishop of, papal mandatary, 418, 421, 422.

Marston Moretaine, Merston [co. Bedford], rectory of, 591.

Marston Trussell, Merston Trussell [co. Northampton], rectory of, 123.

Martin V, cause committed by, 692.

-, death of, 692.

-, letters of, exemplified from his register, 241.

-, -, renewed, 143.

-, letters, bulls and mandates of, 135, 498 note.

-, money raised in virtue of indulgences granted by, 669.

-, renewal of sentences for simony, and reservation of absolution therefrom, made by, 17, 218, 347, 490.

Martini, Richard, rector of the parish church of St. Peter near Paul's Wharf, London, a chaplain of John [de Tiptoft], earl of Worcester, and provided rector of Cheadle, dispensation to, 166.

Marum. See Marcham le Fen.

Mary [of Gueldres], queen of Scots, wife and relict of James II, indult to, 658, 659.

-, petitions of, 403, 447, 448, 450.

-, son of. See James III.

-, foundress of the hospital of Fail, 403.

-, foundress of Trinity College, Edinburgh, 493.

Mascheim , Masehim. See Masheim.

Masham, Masim [co. York, N.R.], a prebend in York, 148.

Masheim , Maesheim, Mascheim, Masehim, H., 196 et passim to page 360.

Masim. See Masham.

Mason, Massonis, Alexander, a monk of Arbroath abbey, and prior of Fyvie, charges against, 424.

-, -, recall of, 406.

-, Robert, archdeacon of Northumberland, dispensations to, 87, 130.

-, -, -, confirmed, 168.

-, -, indults to, 189, 513.

-, Thomas, a monk of Boxgrove priory, dispensation to, 578.

-, Thomas, priest, grant of lands to, confirmed, 238, 239.

-, Thomas, rector of Whitbourne, a canon of St. John's, Chester, and master of the hospital of St. John, Lichfield, dispensation to, 588.

Massingham, Great, de Masyngam Majori, Great Masyngam [co. Norfolk], Augustinian priory of St. Nicholas, canon of. See Sauerey, Thomas.

Massonis. See Mason.

Masyngam Majori , priory de. See Massingham, Great.

Mathagri, Patrick, a canon of Clogher, papal mandatary, 313.

Matheus, Peter, preceptor of the hospital of S. Spirito in Sassia, Rome, and master-general of the order of S. Spirito, safeconducts for the agents, vicars and envoys of, 82, 376.

Mathew, Thomas, a canon of Chichester and prebendary of Sidlesham and rector of Exceat, dispensation to, 364.

Matisconen [sis]. See Mâcon.

Maureff. See Murray.

Maxstoke [co. Warwick], Augustinian priory of SS. Mary the Virgin and Michael, Richard prior of. See Evesham.

May, John, rector of Speldhurst, dispensation to, 170.

Maybole, Mayboil, Mayboyl, Monybouyl, Monyboyll [co. Ayr], collegiate church, provost of, papal mandatary, 420, 510.

-, -, John provost of. See Seres.

-, vicarage of, 303.

Maychawnaeh. See Mahoonagh.

Mayden Newton. See Maiden Newton.

Maydynston. See Maidstone.

Mayence [Germany], province of, 31.

-, -, nuncio and collector of contributions for the crusade in. See Amici, master Michael.

Mayfield, Magfeldi [co. Sussex], vicarage of, in the immediate jurisdiction of Christchurch, Canterbury, 122.

Mayn (or Mayu), Nicholas, rector of the parish church of St. Mary, Kirton, and a chaplain of John [de Mowbray], duke of Norfolk, dispensation to, 167.

Mayo, Magoniensis, Maio [co.Mayo], Martin late bishop of. See Campania.

-, Simon bishop-elect of. See de Duren.

-, cathedral church of, described as in partibus infidelium, 309 (bis).

-, city and diocese of, exercise of pontificial offices by Simon de Duren confined to, 309.

-, episcopal mensa of, fruits of, in the hands of infidels, 309.

-, Augustinian abbey of St. Michael, abbot of, papal mandatary, 340.

-, -, John abbot of. See O'Murray.

-, -, Malachy abbot of. See Omulavaill.

-, -, canon of. See O'Murray, John.

-, parish church of St. Gerald, vicarage of, 461.

-, See also Tuam alias Mayo.

Mayo, county, devastated by war, 177.

Mayo (rectius Magio), abbey de. See Monasteranenagh.

Mayu. See Mayn.

Meachada, John, sometime vicar of Killoscobe, 217.

Meade, Inyymwyt (i.e. Ingen Meaght), Joan, dispensed to marry, 292.

Meadryd See Ballynacourty.

Meallanfath. See Molana.

Mearayd. See Ballynacourty.

Meath [Ireland], official of, suit before, 243.

Meaux, de Melsa [in Wawne parish, co. York, E.R.], Cistercian abbey of St. Mary, monk of. See Whalsgrave, John.

Mecagayn. See MacEgan.

Meecilarnaid, Meecillaruaid. See Macgillaruayd.

Mecheachin. See Macheachin.

Meching. See Newhaven.

Mechoclan. See Machoclan.

Meemachuna. See Macmachuna.

Mecorman. See Macorman.

Mecormaye. See MacCormack.

Medici, the merchants of Florence, following the Roman Court, 26.

-, company of, 383.

-, society of, institor of. See Vernacis, Leonardus de.

Medicis, John de, a merchant of Florence following the Roman Court, 383.

-, -, bond to. 17.

-, -, grant to, 19.

-, -, and his fellows, merchants of Florence, promise of the repayment of a loan to, 412.

-, -, -, repayment of a loan to, 404.

-, Peter de, a merchant of Florence following the Roman Court, 383.

-, -, bond to, 17.

-, -, grant to, 19.

-, -, and his fellows, merchants of Florence, promise of the repayment of a loan to, 412.

-, -, -, repayment of a loan to, 404.

-, -, society of. 404 (bis).

Medmenham [co. Buckingham], Cistercian abbey of St. Mary, monk of. See Man, Thomas.

Meer. See Mere.

Megirid. See Magriyd.

Megrayd. See Ballynacourty.

Meldon, Thomas, de facto rector of Kirkimchael, formerly rector of Newlands and de facto rector of Culter, a litigant for the first-named rectory, annulment of papal letters granted to, 334, 335, 336.

Meldrum, Old, Bothelny [co. Aberdeen], parish church of, annexed to the abbey of Arbroath, vicar of, 668.

-, -, See also Lindsay, Ingram.

-, -, burdens of, 668.

Mella, John de, a papal chaplain and auditor, afterwards bishop of Zamora, regent or vice-regent of the chancery, 227 note, 281 (bis).

-, -, papal commissary, 692, 693.

-, -, corrections made by command of, 249 note, 263note, 279 note, 282 notes.

Mellifont [co. Louth], Cistercian abbey, abbot of, papal mandatary, 243.

Melrose, Melrios, Melros [co. Roxburgh], Cistercian abbey, abbot of, papal mandatary, 159, 388, 506, 519, 659.

Melsa , abbey de. See Meaux.

Melton, Great, Melton Marie [co. Norfolk], rectory of, 579.

Melville, Malvil [now united to Lasswade, co. Edinburgh], rectory of, 498.

Membrosus (sic), Redmond, late provost of Tuam, 576.

Meneley, John, priest, vicar of the Holy Trinity, Coventry, grant to, 149.

Menevensis . See St. Davids.

Menmuir, Menmur [co. Forfar], a prebend in Dunkeld, 209.

Menskipp, Edmund, rector of All Saints on the Pavement, York, dispensations to, 182, 517.

Menvyle, Thomas, vicar of Great Wakering, dispensation to, 602.

Meppershall, Mepertyshale [co. Bedford], rectory of, 642.

Merchchapelle. See Marsh Chapel.

Mere, Meer [co. Wilts], Simon Watlok vicar of, 162.

Mere, Thomas, esquire, charges made by, 319.

Merevale, de Miravalle [co. Warwick], Cistercian abbey of St. Mary, abbot and convent of, petition of, 49.

-, -, -, grant of the ad vowson of Mancetter to, cited, 50.

-, -, -, appropriation of the parish church of Mancetter to, 50, 60.

-, -, -, to grant alms to the poor parishioners of Mancetter, 51.

-, -, poverty of, 50.

Merseburg [Germany], bishop of, papal mandatary, 308 note.

Merstham [co. Surrey], rectory of, immediately subject to the jurisdiction of the archbishop of Canterbury, 174.

Merston. See Marston More taine.

Merston Trussell. See Marston Trussell.

Mertok, Thomas, a monk of Montacute, dispensation to, 567.

Merymouth (i.e. Adam Murimuth), prebend of, in Westbury on Trym, 229.

Messemby, John, prior of Lanercost, dispensation to, confirmed, 15.

Methley [co. York, W.R.], rectory of, 518.

Methven [co. Perth], collegiate church of St. Methven, David provost of. See Weire.

-, -, Robert provost of. See Tulach.

Mewell. See Orewell.

Mey, John, archbishop of Armagh, excommunication made by, 315.

-, -, objections to an appeal entered before, 243.

-, -, sentence of, 244.

-, -, death of, 323.

Mezières, de Maceriis [Aisne, France], collegiate church of St. Peter, dean of, papal mandatary, 471, 496.

Mezzarota Scarampi dell’ Arena, Lewis, cardinal priest of St. Laurence in Damaso, the pope's chamberlain, 495.

-, -, to receive oaths of fealty, 99, 681, 682.

-, -, to receive the oaths of collectors of the apostolic Camera, 80, 193 (bis).

-, -, lieutenant or vicechamberlain of, 193 (bis).

Miagh, Miach, David, clerk, of Cork, archdeacon of Cork, to have collation afresh of that dignity, 394, 395.

-, -, charges against, 475. 476.

Micbrehim. See Macabrechim.

Miccadagayn, Miccagdagan. See MacEgan.

Micccolmi. See Maccolmi.

Micchacg. See Maccayg.

Miccieadagayn (rectius Micciae dagayn). See MacEgan.

Miccukoyg. See Maccukoyg.

Micdiarmada. See Macdiarmada.

Micdomicaidriabaid (rectius Micdonncaidriabaid). See Macdiarmada.

Miceaedagayn. See MacEgan.

Miceochyd (i.e. Maceochyd). See O'Kelly, Magonius.

Micgillindam. See Macgillindam.

Micglosgay. See Macglosgay.

Michabrethim. See Macabrechim.

Michaelis, Alexander, vicar of Kingoldrum, to be rector of Edzel, 332 (bis), 333.

Michisoun, John, priest, to be vicar of Tibbermore, 282.

Mickennery. See MacEnery.

Mickenylyd. See Mackenylyd.

Middelburg, Magdeburgensis, Mildabura, Mildarbura [Zeeland, Holland], church of St. Peter, canon of. See Remersona, Anthony.

Middleton, de Choro Benedicti, de Choro Sancti Benedicti [co. Cork], Cistercian abbey of St. Mary, abbot of, papal mandatary, 304, 431.

Miden [sis], (i.e. Meath), written in error Minden[sis], 502.

Miesynyn. See Macsynyn.

Milam, Robert. See Potter.

Milan [Italy], Stephen, archbishop of. See de Nardinis.

Mildabura , Mildarbura. See Middelburg.

Mildeburgh (? Mildenberg, near Potsdam), Paul Petri of, 663note.

Millinis , Jo. de, 235, 238, 273, 290, 309, 310, 319, 338.

Milton, Great, Mylton [co. Oxford], prebendal church, vicarage of, 570.

Miluerton, John, a Carmelite friar of Oxford, prior-provincial of England, dispensation to, 654.

Miluuym, William, vicar of Tetbury, dispensation to, 365.

Minchinhampton, Hampton Monialium [co. Gloucester], rectory of, 568.

Minden [sis], an error for Miden[sis], 502.

Minto, Mynto [co. Roxburgh],rectory of, 205.

-, -, patrons of. See Stewart, William; and Turnbul, William.

Minutulis , Minutol[is], Ja. de, 504, 504 note, 505, 505 note, 506, 508, 649, 664.

Miravalle , abbey de. See Merevale.

Miros. See Myross.

Mirton, John, a canon of Aberdeen and prebendary of Monymusk, charge against, 412.

-, Myrton, Thomas, dean of Glasgow, deputed by the chapter as vicar-general, during voidance of the see, collation made by, 256.

-, -, death of, 271.

Mise, Reginald, vicar of the parish church of St. Andrew, Pershore, dispensation to, 176.

Misyn, Richard,a Carmelite friar, bishop of Dromore and vicar of Colwich, grant and indult to, 172.

-, -, provision of the said bishopric to, 322.

-, -, to retain the vicarage in commendam, 322.

Mitcheldean, Dene Magna [co. Gloucester], rectory of, 134.

Mitford, Mythford [co. Northumberland], vicarage of, 125.

Mocalia . See Mothel.

Modisleghe, Thomas, rector of Churchstanton, a litigant concerning the tithes of Baggebear, 241.

-, -, letters of Martin V exemplified at the petition of, 241.

Moghbili alias Maghbili. See Moville.

Moindy. See Moneydie.

Mokson, Makson, Mokeson, William, priest, grant of lands to, confirmed, 238, 239.

Molahiffe, Maghoflatym [co. Kerry], vicarage of, 218.

Molana, de Insula Sancti Molansyd (rectius Molanfyd), de Insula Sancti Molanfyd, Meallanfath, St. Molanfayd [co. Waterford], Augustinian abbey, abbot of, papal mandatary, 346, 475, 491, 492.

-, -, John abbot of, appointed a papal nuncio and collector in Ireland, 684.

-, -, indulgence to persons visiting, 628.

-, -, numbers of canons in, 628.

-, -, ruinous state of, 628.

Moleyns, Adam, late bishop of Chichester, 377.

Molineux, Molyneus, Richard, nobleman, indult to, 514, 514 note.

-, -, Elizabeth his wife, 514.

-, Thomas, donsel, dispensed to marry Joan Baldersthon, 578.

Monaincha, Insula vivencium [in Corbally parish, co. Tipperary], Augustinian priory, Dermit prior of. See Omeathair.

-, -, Patrick prior of. See Obuagy.

Monasteranenagh, de Magyo, de Mayo [co. Limerick], Cistercian abbey of St. Mary, abbot of, papal mandatary, 254, 483, 499

Monasterevan, de Roseavalle, de Rossevalle [co. Kildare], Cistercian abbey of St. Mary, abbot of, papal mandatary, 276, 277.

Monasteroris, de Castropetri [co. Kildare], parish church of St. John the Baptist, vicarage of, 277.

Moncia , Montia, A. de, 106, 148, 163, 193, 365 et passim to page 684.

Monewden, Monyuden [co. Suffolk], rectory of, immediately subject to the archbishop of Canterbury (sic), 655.

Moneydie, Moindy [co. Perth], a prebend in Dunkeld, 384.

Mongan, Richard, rector of Great Parndon, dispensation to, 671.

Mongeham [? Great or Little], Mungham [co. Kent], vicarage (sic) of of, 86.

Mongomeri, Adam de, sometime archdeacon of Dunkeld, 25.

-, -, master William Gonne his proctor, 25.

Monks Risburgh. See Risborough, Monks.

Monreale [Sicily], Ansiassius [bishop-] elect of. See Pug.

Mons Sanctus , in the diocese of Skalholt [Iceland], abbey of the order of St. Victor, John abbot of. See Pauli and Torkilli.

-, -, monk of. See Pauli, John.

Montacute, de Monteacuto [co. Somerset], Benedictine or Cluniac priory of SS. Peter and Paul the Apostles, prior of, papal mandatary, 270.

-, -, Robert prior of. See Montagew; and Newton.

-, -, sub-prior and monks of, method of election of a prior by, 546, 547.

-, -, monks of. See Crych, Robert; Mertok, Thomas.

Montagew, Robert, late prior of Montacute, 546.

Monte , B. de, 209, 268, 313, 315, 318, 320, 325, 331, 336, 346, 347.

-, S. de, 154.

Monteacuto , priory de. See Montacute.

Monteferrato, Cosmas de, prior of Saragossa, confessor and datary of Calixtus III, afterwards [bishop-]elect of Geronna, 297 note, 361 note.

-, -, acquittance to, 191.

Montepolitiano , Montepoliciano, Conradus de, papal secretary and registrator of papal letters, 203, 228 et passim to page 342.

-, -, additions and corrections made by, 228 note, 298note, 303 note, 321 note, 328note.

Montia . See Moncia.

Monybouyl, Monyboyll. See Maybole.

Monymusk [co. Aberdeen], a prebend in Aberdeen, 412.

-, vicar of, pension allowed to, 412.

-, Augustinian priory, prior of, papal mandatary, 412.

Monypenny, Monyxenuy, George, clerk, to be a canon of Aberdeen and prebendary of Monymusk, 412.

Monyuden. See Monewden.

Monyxenuy. See Monypenny.

Moodie, William, bishop of Caithness, deprivation made by, 320.

-, -, provision made by, 320.

Moore [in the barony of Moycarn, Maedcarnayn, co. Roscommon], rectory of, 207.

Moorgagagh (or Killeenbrenan), Silimbrenyn [co. Mayo], vicarage of, 217.

- See also Killeenbrenan.

Moramen [sis], an error for Morauien [sis], 577.

Morauien [sis] written Maromen[sis], 577.

-, written Moramen[sis], 577.

Moravia [i.e. the deanery now parish of Morvern, co. Argyll], ecclesia Sancti Columbe in. See Kilcolmkill.

Moravia, Alexander de, a canon of Moray, to be rector of Glencairn, 413, 414.

Moray, Moravien[sis], [co. Elgin], bishop of, papal mandatary, 33, 301, 338.

-, -, provision made by authority of, 257.

-, -, resignation admitted by authority of, 257.

-, David bishop-elect of. See Stewart.

-, James bishop of. See Stewart.

-, John bishop of. See de Winchester.

-, bishop, dean and chapter of, provision and reservation of benefices in the collation of, 430, 560.

-, dean of, papal mandatary, 338, 429, 460.

-, Andrew dean of. See Stewart.

-, James dean of. See Stewart.

-, archdeacon of, papal mandatary, 286.

-, official of, papal mandatary, 267, 414.

-, John official principal of. See Basok.

-, precentor (cantor) of, papal mandatary, 38, 278, 291.

-, Andrew precentor of. See de Tulach.

-, James precentor of. See Lindsay.

-, Laurence provided precentor of. See Pyot.

-, litigant for the precentorship of. See Holland, Richard.

-, Gilbert succentor of. See Forster.

-, Patrick succentor of. See Lockart.

-, William succentor of. See Fractoris.

-, canons of. See Basok, John; Dalrimple, John; Forster, Gilbert; Inglis, James de; Inglis, Simon de; Lesly, Alexander; Lindsay, James; Lindsay, William; Lockart, Patrick; Moravia, Alexander de; Rosse, Thomas; Stewart, David.

-, canons provided of. See Forbes, William; Foster, Robert; Kennedy, Henry.

-, chapter of, John Basok received as a canon by, 85.

-, chapter etc. of, papal letters to, 452.

-, canonry and prebend of, 280.

-, prebend in, called the succentorship, 279, 384, 457.

-, prebend in, mandate for the provision of, 85.

-, prebends (unnamed) in, 316.

-, prebends in, reserved, 204, 259.

-, prebends in:—

Dipple.

Dipple and Ruthven.

Spynie.

-, cathedral church of, statutes of, 259.

-, episcopal mensa of, reservation of a pension on the fruits of, 452.

Morcon, Morcow. See Morton.

Morcott, Marcott [co. Rutland], rectory of, 569.

More, Richard, priest, a monk of Stratford Langthorne, dispensation to, 638.

- William, rector of Leadenham, dispensation to, 105.

Morgan alias David, Philip, rector of St. Martin's, Bladon, dispensation to, 653.

Morinen [sis]. See Térouane.

Morley, Edmund, priest, indult to, 190.

Morovia , i.e. Morvern. See Kilcolmkill.

Morray. See Murray.

Mortimar, Stephen, clerk, vicar of Fordoun, and a litigant for the same, 336, 337.

Morton, Morcon, Morcow [co. Dumfries], rectory of, 549.

-, vicarage of, 549.

Morton, Mourton, John, rector of the parish church of St. Cross, Maiden Newton, a canon of Salisbury and chancellor of Edward, prince of Wales, dispensation to, 176.

-, -, papal mandatary, 554.

-, -, suggested by John [de la Bere], bishop of St. Davids as his successor in that bishopric, 556.

Morvern, Moravia, Morovia [co. Argyll]. See Kilcolmkill.

Morwarne, St. Columba in. See Kilcolmkill.

Motalia , abbey de. See Mothel.

Moteffont, Motesfont. See Mottisfont.

Mothel, Mocalia, de Motalia [co. Waterford], Augustinian abbey of SS. Choanus and Broganus, abbot of, papal mandatary, 346.

-, -, Donald abbot of. See O'Bryne.

-, -, Maurice de facto abbot of. See Oronayn.

-, -, Thady abbot of. See O'Morrissey.

-, -, canon of. See O'Byrne, Donald.

Mothel, John, bishop of Limerick, afterwards a bishop in the universal church, decision of, as arbiter, 328.

-, -, exchange of benefices carried out by, 10.

-, -, false allegation of the death of, 58, 264.

-, -, resignation made to, 274.

-, -, resignation of, 340.

-, -, proctor of. See Pamphihis, Anthony de.

-, -, sub-executor of the sentence of a papal commissary, 385.

-, -, sentence of and collation made by, in virtue of his ordinary authority, 385, 386.

Motreff, Moutreff [Finistère, France], chaplaincy at the altar of St. Gonternus in the parish church of, 458 note.

Mottisfont, Moteffont, Motesfont [co. Hants], Augustinian priory of the Holy Trinity, prior of, grant and indult to, 146.

-, -, William prior of. See Westecarre.

-, -, church and houses of, in a ruinous state, 146.

-, -, relaxation of penance to persons visiting etc., 146.

Mouchel, William, late archdeacon of Lismore, 346.

Mounford alias Croft, George, alleged clerk, 120.

Moutreff. See Motreff.

Moville, Maghbile, Moghbili alias Maghbili [co. Donegal], vicarage of, 251, 252, 314, 485.

Mowat, William, to be a canon of Caithness and prebendary of Canisbay, 476.

Mowbray, John de, duke of Norfolk, chaplains of. See Cade, James; Corned, John; Ennok, Thomas; Mayn, Nicholas.

Moyne, Magyn [in Killala parish, co. Mayo], a house of the Friars Minors of the Observance, grant to, 583.

Mucciarellis, master James de, a papal chaplain and auditor, papal mandatary, 669.

-, -, sentence of, 670.

Muciay (? rectius Murray). See Murray.

Muckamore, grange of, Muegmuoir, [co. Antrim], Augustinian priory, prior of, papal mandatary, 308.

Mugg. See Gutherst.

Mugillacumayn. See Macgillacumayn.

Muintir-Eolays, Muntereolays, Muntorcolays, Muntyreolays [the southern half of co. Leitrim], rectory of the rural lands or plebes of, 410, 508, 509.

-, vicars of, 410, 508.

Muinter Murchada, Muntermuraiad [i.e. the barony of Clare, co. Galway], rectory of the parish churches of, annexed to the convent of Castledermot, procurator of, appointed, 576.

Mumayr. See Urney.

Mungham. See Mongeham.

Muntereolays. See Muintir-Eolays.

Muntermuraiad. See Muinter Murchada.

Muntorcolays, Muntyreolays. See Muintir-Eolays.

Mureff. See Murray.

Murhede, Thomas de, clerk, a nephew of Andrew [de Durisder], bishop of Glasgow, and a student at Bologna, to be a canon of Glasgow and prebendary of Carstairs, 416.

Muribay , Murybay, priory de insula. See Inishmurray.

Murray, Maureff, Mureff, Mutray, George, priest, abbot of Inchaffray, and a litigant for that abbey, formerly an Augustinian canon thereof, and a papal chaplain, appointment of, 684.

-, -, provision to, 502, 503.

-, -, oaths of fealty etc. of, 503, 684.

-, Muciay, John de, late abbot of Inchaffray, 74, 502, 503.

-, Murref, Henry, vicar of Stirling, sometime dean of Dunblane, 279.

-, -, provision to, 249.

-, -, proctor of. See Scot, John.

-, Morray, Richard, layman, indulgence to persons giving alms to, 590.

Murreff. See Murray.

Murrisk, Leithearwmursge [in Oughaval parish, co. Mayo], licence to build a house of Friars Hermits at, 294.

Murrisk, co. Mayo, barony of. See Umall Uachtarach.

Musbury, Musbery [co. Devon], rectory of, 182.

Mutheyl, James, clerk, de facto canon of Limerick and prebendary of Tullabracky, 354.

Mutray (rectius Murray). See Murray.

Mylton. See Milton, Great.

Mynto. See Minto.

Myross, Miros, Myros [co. Cork], vicarage of, 55, 221, 222.

Myrton. See Mirton.

Myshall, Ymissyl [co. Carlow], rectory of, 394.

-, -, patrons of, 394.

Mythford. See Mitford.

Mytton, John, dean of Glasgow, vicar-general in spirituals, appointed by the chapter of Glasgow during voidance of that see, 205.

N

N . See Tongues, N. de.

Nangle, Martin, a canon of [St. Patrick's], Dublin, papal mandatary, 477.

Nantes, Nanneten[sis], [LoireInférieure, France], bishop of, faculty to. 225.

-, canon of. See Principis, Oliver.

Napare, Alexander, late a canon of Glasgow and prebendary of Govan, 440.

Naples, Neapolis [Italy], Raynaldus de Capobianco of, 392 note, 419 note.

Nardinis. Stephen de, archbishop of Milan, a papal vice-chamberlain, commission to, revoked, 652.

Narnia (?), papal register rubricated by, 72 note.

Narnia , C. de, 434, 617, 632.

-, L. de, 19.

Natharlach (i.e. Aherloe). See Galbally.

Navan, Nouane, de Nouano, de Novvano [co. Meath], Augustinian abbey of St. Mary, abbot of, papal mandatary, 243.

-, -, John abbot of. See Bole.

Navarre [Spain], benefices of the Hospitallers in, 647 (bis).

-, members of the hospital of S. Spirito in, 82.

Nawenham. See Newenham.

Neapoli, John de, a Friar Preacher, a nuncio and collector of the tenth for the crusade against the Turks, 20 note, 40.

Neapoli , Rainaldus de, a scriptor of the papal Camera, papal register rubricated by, 407 note.

- - See also Capobianco, Raynaldus de.

Neapolis . See Naples.

Necreuill (rectius Netteruill). See Nettervill.

Neel, John, rector of St. Mary's, Calais, and a chaplain of William [Waynflete], bishop of Winchester, dispensations to, 573, 591.

Nelbland (rectius Newland), Nelblandis. See Newlands.

Nellson, Thomas, nobleman, lord of Krane, indult to, 186.

-, -, Catherine his wife, 186.

Neobotil. See Newbattle.

Nepe , A. de, 428, 429, 430, 436, 473, 475, 476, 477, 478, 481, 482, 483, 484, 490, 499, 595, 596, 599, 601, 602, 603, 604, 606, 623, 641, 642, 684, 694.

Nepi [province of Rome, Italy], diocese of, 19 note, 40.

Ness, Great, Nesse alias Nesse Straunge [co. Shropshire], rectory of, appropriation of, to the abbey of St. Peter, Shrewsbury, confirmed, 478, 479.

-, vicarage of, to be instituted, 479.

-, poor parishioners of, 479.

Neth, Lewis, vicar of St. Mary's, Kidlington, dispensation to, 532.

Nettervill, Necreuill, Laurence, layman, a litigant in a testamentary suit, 243, 244.

-, -, Alice, Anne and Maud, his sisters, 243, 244.

-, Necreuill, Philip, father of Laurence, Alice, Anne and Maud Nettervill, 243.

-, -, wife of. See Stokes, Alice.

Neubetyll, Neubotil. See Newbattle.

Neumünster, Novimonasterii. See Würtzburg.

Neuport. See Newport.

Neuuton. See Newton.

Nevelle, Elizabeth, wife of Thomas Nevelle, esquire, an executor of the will of Margery Babyngton, 122.

- See also Nevill.

Nevers, Nivernen[sis], [Nièvre, France], dean of, papal mandatary, 458.

Nevill, Nevyle, Alice, indult to, 131.

-, Nevile, Edward, lord Abergavenny, daughter of. See Nevill, Elizabeth.

-, Elizabeth, daughter of Edward Nevill, lord Abergavenny, dispensed to recontract marriage with Thomas Gray, 624.

-, -, brother of, 624.

-, Neville, Newellen, George, priest, a canon of York and prebendary of Masham, a canon of Lincoln and prebendary of Thame, afterwards bishop of Exeter and chancellor of England, chancellor of. See Chippenham, Thomas.

-, -, chaplain of. See Brewne, William.

-, -, dispensation to, 30.

-, -, -, to hold his said canonries and prebends in commendam, 148.

-, -, faculty for the consecration of, 31.

-, -, provision of the bishopric of Exeter to, 30.

-, -, oath of fealty etc. of 31.

-, Nevile, John, lord of Althorpe, indult to, 296.

-, -, Elizabeth his wife, 296.

-, Richard, earl of Warwick, consent of, to the appropriation of the rectory of Sherston Magna to Tewkesbury abbey, 43.

-, -, chaplain of. See Stones, John.

-, Robert, bishop of Durham, appropriation made by, confirmed, 373, 374.

-, -, chaplain of. See Janet, John.

-, -, death of, 324.

-, -, letters of, exemplified, 131, 373.

-, -, manor of. See Bishops Auckland.

-, -, papal commissary, 129, 160.

-, -, seal of, 131.

-, William de, lord Fauconberg, William Faconburgh, lord of Skelton, indult to, 568.

-, - [Joan] his wife, 568.

- Cf. also Nevelle.

Newark, Newerk [co. Nottingham], Richard Carleton of, 514.

Newbattle, Neobotil, Neubetyll, Neubotil, Newottill [co. Edinburgh], Cistercian abbey, abbot of, papal mandatary, 278, 388, 429, 484, 659 (bis).

-, -, pension on the fruits of, 380, 381.

Newbiggin, Newbyging, Newbygyng [co. Westmoreland], parish church of St. Edmund, rectory of, 590.

Newburgh, co. Fife. See Lindores.

Newbury, Walter, abbot of St. Augustine's, Bristol, formerly a monk of the same, restoration of, confirmed, 132, 133.

Newbyging, Newbygyng. See Newbiggin.

Newcastle, Newcastle Lyons, de Novocastro, de Novocastro de Lyonys [co. Dublin], a prebend in the cathedral church of St. Patrick, Dublin, 188, 355.

Newcastle, de Castronovo de Magronnagayn alias de Killadrynyn, Kyladryyn alias Newcastle (de Castronovo), Kylldrinin alias de Castronouo [co. Wicklow], vicarage of, 306, 340, 477.

-, -, patrons of. See Gracedieu, prioress and convent of.

Newcastle upon Tyne [co. Northumberland], Benedictine nuns’ priory of St. Bartholomew, prioress and nuns of, appropriation of the chapel of St. Edmund the Bishop, Gateshead, to, confirmed, 373, 374.

-, -, prioress and convent of, to provide two chaplains for the chapel of St. Edmund the Bishop, Gateshead, 374.

-, -, impoverishment of, 373.

-, -, pensions from the churches of Ryton and Washington granted to, 373.

-, Trinitarian Friars’ house of St. Michael the Archangel of Walknoll, Walknoff, John master or warden of. See Beberlai.

-, -, poverty of, 586.

Newchurch, Nova ecclesia [co. Hants], vicarage of, 338.

Newellen, George. See Nevill.

Newenden, co. Kent. See Losenham.

Newenham, Nawenham [in Axminster parish, co. Devon], Cistercian abbey, abbot of, papal mandatary, 241.

Newent. See Ady.

Newerk. See Newark.

Newhaven, Meching [co. Sussex], rectory of, 592.

Newlands, Nelbland, Nelblandis, Newlandys [co. Peebles], rectory of, 335, 395, 396.

Newottill (rectius Neubottill). See Newbattle.

Newport, Newport in Kemmeys [co. Pembroke], parish church of, repair of, 544.

-, -, chapels of, 544.

-, rectory of, 544.

Newport, Neuport, John, knight, of England, commissary of Calixtus III to Bosnia, Slavonia and Albania, chamberlain and counsellor of Alfonso, king of Aragon, safeconducts for him and his suite, 113, 164.

Newton, John, rector of Newton Regis, dispensation to, 623.

-, John, rector or warden of the chapel of Whelpley, indults to, 607, 626.

-, Neuuton, Nywton, Pewton, Pruuton, Robert, priest, a monk of Glastonbury, after wards prior of Montacute, dispensation to, 628.

-, -, indult to, 84.

-, -, confirmation of the nomination etc. of, 546, 547.

Newton Regis [co. Warwick], rectory of, 623.

Newtown, Nova villa [in Kilmacduagh parish, co. Galway], vicarage of, 223, 224.

Nicasius , 42, 74, 151, 210, 214, 217, 218, 236, 237, 242, 249, 257, 259, 261, 270, 285, 292, 349, 350, 355, 357, 358.

Nicholas IV, bull of, confirmed, 30.

Nicholas V, 82, 478, 682.

-, ambassador of Henry VI to. See Clementis, Vincent.

-, appeal committed by, 679.

-, appropriation made by, annulled because it had not taken effect at his death, 413.

-, benefices reserved to, and undisposed of at his death, 209, 250, 251.

-, causes committed by, 327, 483.

-, chamberlain of. See Sharp, Henry.

-, confirmations made by, 104, 117, 541.

-, constitution of, exemplified, 234.

-, death of, 2, 4, 6, 10, 15 note, 24, 79, 104, 209, 250, 413.

-, dispensation granted by, error in, 197.

-, -, exemplification of, 553.

-, dispensations granted by, 90, 93, 98, 155, 178, 184, 237, 238, 261, 365, 369, 429, 516, 539, 681.

-, -, ratified, 13, 15, 23, 79, 235.

-, erection of a collegiate church by, 438–9.

-, erection of dignities by, 447, 450.

-, exemption granted by, 14.

-, faculties granted by, 364, 654.

-, foundation of a college confirmed by, 376.

-, grant of the moneys of the Jubilee indulgences in England by, 17, 19.

-, grants made by, 117, 181, 416, 418, 421, 422, 545.

-, -, annulled or revoked, 39, 113, 114.

-, -, ratified, 2–4, 5, 10, 14, 15.

-, indult granted by, 649, 650.

-, -, ratified, 2.

-, letters, bulls and mandates of, 29 note, 64, 142, 143 note, 244, 245, 252, 289, 290, 318, 336, 378, 385, 420, 451.

-, -, cancelled, 418, 422.

-, -, cancelled and afterwards restored, 379–81.

-, -, confirmed or ratified, 24, 268.

-, -, doubt regarding, 263.

-, -, exemplified, 143.

-, -, granted within a year of his death, but not presented to the executors before his death, confirmed by Calixtus III, 234.

-, -, mandate for the execution of, 269.

-, -, not drawn up at his death, 199, 207, 209 (bis), 212 (bis), 215, 216, 217, 236, 240, 261, 429.

-, -, surreptitiously obtained, 309, 463, 464.

-, -, restored, 418, 423.

-, -, a house of the Friars Minors of the Observance built by authority of, 583.

-, library of, and rooms contiguous thereto, plate etc. in, 191.

-, provisions made by, 64, 235, 242, 261, 299, 327, 341, 400, 447, 506.

-, registers of, 380, 418, 422.

-, -, exemplification from, 553.

-, reservations made by, 235, 377, 429.

-, a sentence of the Council of Basel confirmed by, 101.

-, serjeant-at-arms of. See Esculo, William de.

-, tenth imposed by, on the whole Christian world for defence against the Turks, 36.

-, translations of bishops made by, 44.

Nicolai, Patrick, priest, to be a canon of Aberdeen, 42.

Niger, Simon, bishop of London, arbitrator of the differences between the priory and the hospital of St. Bartholomew, Smithfield, 609, 610, 612, 613.

-, -, letters of, exemplified and confirmed, 609, 610.

-, -, seal of, 610.

Nivernen [sis]. See Nevers.

Nogul, Philip, priest, chancellor of Ferns, charges against, 430, 596, 597.

Noreys, Norys, John, vicar of All Saints, Lynn Regis, dispensation to, 149.

-, Noreis, Norreys, Philip, of Ireland, a canon of St. Patrick's, Dublin, and rector of the parish church of St. Patrick, Trim, dispensation to, 85.

-, -, absolution etc. for, 100, 101.

-, -, papal mandatary, 187.

-, -, propositions or articles of, against the four mendicant orders, 102.

-, Nores, Richard, rector of Church Stretton, dispensation to, 523.

Norfolk, Norffolchia, John archdeacon of. See Hals.

-, Henry (sic) duke of, kinsman of. See Stanley, James.

-, -, petitions of, 292, 372.

-, John duke of. See de Mowbray.

Norgate, William, a monk of St. Augustine's, Canterbury, indult to, 513.

Norham, John, a Premonstratensian canon of Egglestone, and rector of Newbiggin, dispensation to, 590.

Normanby on the Wolds, Normanby [co. Lincoln], Claxby by, q. v.

Normandy, birth of Richard Whalley in, while in possession of the English, 599.

-, customs of, 600.

-, expulsion of the English from, 599.

-, duchy of, the three estates of, 287 note.

Normans, in the Roman court, 600.

Normyngton, Thomas, clerk, dispensation to, 330.

Nornanton, Thomas, scholar, dispensation to, 538.

Norreys. See Noreys.

Northampton, Northamptonia [co. Northampton], archdeacon of, papal mandatary, 557.

-, John archdeacon of. See Chedworth.

-, parish church of St. George, rectory of, 163.

-, Abingdon by. See Abington, co. Northampton.

Northumberland, Northumbria, Northunbria, Nortumbria, archdeacon of, papal mandatary, 374.

-, Robert archdeacon of. See Mason.

-, Mitford in, q. v.

Norton St. Philip, Norton [co. Somerset], rectory of, 365.

Nortumbria . See Northumberland.

Norwicen [sis], a clerical error, 122note.

Norwich [co. Norfolk], bishop of, faculty to, 281.

-, -, indemnity paid to, for the exemption of a religious house, 495.

-, -, pension to, for visitation of certain appropriated churches, 496.

-, -, papal mandatary, 311, 615.

-, Walter bishop of. See Lyhert.

-, John archdeacon of. See Hals.

-, parish church of St. Mary the Virgin in the Marsh, within the precinct of the cathedral church of, rectory of, 574, 575.

-, Nicholas Calwe of, 298.

-, Thomas Thorp of, 150.

Norwych, George, to be provided abbot of Westminster, absolution etc. of, 634.

Norys. See Noreys.

Nostell, Nostel [in Wragby, co. York, W.R.], Augustinian priory of St. Oswald, prior of, papal mandatary, 532, 633.

Notte, William, rector of BroughtonGifford, dispensation to, confirmed, 163.

Notyngham, Richard, prior of St. Mary, Coventry, petition of, 82.

-, -, consent of, to an appropriation, 479.

-, -, letters of procuration of, 83.

Noua (i.e. Nova ecclesia) alias de Nuocouayl. See Noughaval.

Nouane, Nouano, abbey de. See Navan.

Noua uia , abbey de. See Abbeygormacan.

Noughaval, Noua alias de Nuocouayl [co. Clare], vicarage of, 211, 212.

Nouiferni , abbey of. See Fearn.

Nova ecclesia , in the diocese of Winchester. See Newchurch, co. Hants.

Novara, Novarien[sis], [Italy], Baptista Zucheta of, 498 note.

Nova villa . See Newtown.

Noveferne , Noviferny, abbey of. See Fearn.

Novocastro , Novocastro de Lyonys, prebend de. See Newcastle, co. Dublin.

Novvano , abbey de. See Navan.

Nun Monkton, Nun Munketon [co. York, W.R.], Benedictine nuns’ priory, nun of. See Goldesburghe, Joan.

Nuocouayl. See Noughaval.

Nuoua , lands de, belonging to the episcopal mensa of Kilfenora, 206.

Nuremburg [Germany], provost of, papal mandatary, 308 note.

Nurnagy. See Urney, co. Cavan.

Nuvolonibus , G. de, 22.

Nywton. See Newton.

O

Obarcdy, Richard (Riscerdus), a canon of Tuam and of Annaghdown, to be vicar of Galway, 255.

Obare, Richard, priest, de facto vicar of St. Nicholas', Galway, 333.

Obeachnachan, Obeathuachan, Thomas, prior of Inchmacnerin, resignation of, 493.

Obecarimyll. See O'Carroll.

Obeolan, Laurence, bishop of Elphin, death of, 45 (bis).

-, Obeollayn, Nemeas, sometime vicar of Drumcliff, co. Sligo, and a litigant for the same, charges against, 252, 253.

-, -, proctor of, 253.

-, Obeollayn, William, clerk, vicar of Drumcliff, co. Sligo, charges against, 252, 253.

Obernyn, Eugenius, a canon of Elphin, papal mandatary, 283.

Oberra, Lewis, a canon of Tuam and prebendary of Upper and Lower Umall, charges against, 476, 477.

Obizis, John de, an auditor of causes of the apostolic palace, papal nuncio in England, Scotland and Ireland, dispensation made by, 175.

Oblayd [i.e. Ui Bloid, an ancient division of co. Clare], halfcantred of, Clonlea in, q. v.

Obmyn (rectius Obruyn). See O'Byrne.

Obolgy, Magonius, late rector of Kilnamanagh, 306.

Obraeyn, Obrayend, Obrayn. See O'Brien.

Obren, Obreyn. See O'Byrne.

O'Brien, Donatus, bishop of Killaloe, collations made by, 212, 348.

-, -, deprivations made by, 212, 347.

-, Inybrieyn, Filorcia, dispensed to marry, 406.

-, Obrian alias Omolruanayg, Maurus, clerk, a litigant for the vicarage of Kilkeedy, co. Limerick, 274.

-, Obraeyn, Obrayn, Obryn, Thomas, a canon of Tuam, papal mandatary, 264, 294, 340, 417.

-, Obrayend, Thomas, vicar of Dunmore, charges against, 254, 255.

Obrinn. See O'Byrne.

Obroche, Obrothe. See Omulriarden.

Obroyn. See O'Byrne.

Obruduy, Donald, priest, to be vicar of Moorgagagh, 217.

Obruin. See O'Byrne.

Obruochayn alias Ohanly, Dermit, a Friar Preacher of Rathfran, dispensation to, 177.

Obrymg, Charles, clerk, de facto vicar of Magheracloone, 311.

Obryn. See O'Brien and O'Byrne.

Obuagy, Patrick, prior of Monaincha, sometime rector of Donaghmore, to be prior of Aghmacart, 11.

-, -, oath of fealty of, 11.

Obugy, William, clerk, reservation for, 619.

-, -, mandate for collation to, 619.

Obugyll, Conossius, rector of Longfield, charges against, 508.

-, Patrick, priest, to be rector of Longfield, 508.

Oburin. See O'Byrne.

Obuthile (rectius Ohurhile), Cornelius. See Ohurhile.

O'Byrne, Obreyn, Donald, clerk, an Augustinian canon of Mothel, afterwards abbot of the same, reception of, 491.

-, -, provision to, 492.

-, -, faculty for the blessing of, 492.

-, Obren, John, a canon of St. Patrick's, Dublin, papal mandatary, 187.

-, Ybruyn, Ybryuuyn, John, late vicar of Wicklow and rector of Drumkay, 333.

-, Obmyn, Obrinn, Obroyn, Obruin, Obryn, Oburin, Patrick, a canon of Leighlin, papal mandatary, 272, 333, 340, 394, 430, 596.

Ocaelty, Donald, a canon of Derry, papal mandatary, 467.

-, Ochaelti, John, sometime vicar of Ahoghill, 303.

-, Ochaelti, Patrick, priest, to be vicar of Ahoghill, 303.

Ocahal. See O'Cahill.

O'Cahan, Denis, bishop of Kilfenora, resignation made to, 244.

O'Cahill, Okahill, Dermit, priest, to be vicar of Clonelty, 317.

-, -, a litigant for the same, 353.

-, -, alleged false representations of, 353.

- Ocathila, Okahyll, Okayll, John, a canon of Emly and prebendary of Kyllynnageny, papal mandatary, 245, 283, 351.

-, - to be vicar of Ballingarry in the barony of Coshlea, co. Limerick, 352.

-, Ikalhil, John, late vicar of Corcomohide, 351.

- Okahyll, Philip, vicar of Knocklong and Doonmoon, to be a canon of Emly and prebendary of Inch St. Laurence and vicar of Galbally, 354, 355.

-, Otathill, Philip, clerk, de facto vicar of Askeaton, 386.

-, Ocahal, William, late vicar of Moorgagagh, 217.

Ocallanayd, Ycallanayd, David, a Carmelite friar, sometime a canon of Clonfert and prebendary of Killaspugmoylan, 210.

Ocalman. See Ocolman.

Ocamayn, Maurice, priest, formerly provided to the vicarage of Clonelty, to have collation thereof, 353.

Ocarbry, Ocayrbry, Terence, a canon of Kilmore, papal mandatary, 214.

-, Ocarbri, Ocayrbri, Terence, priest, to be vicar of the plebs of Clankelly, 220, 221.

-, -, to be rector (?) of Clones and Clankelly, 550.

-, Ocarbri, Thomas, a canon of Clogher, papal mandatary, 248, 311, 503.

Ocarnean, Ucarnean, William, a canon of Clonmacnoise, papal mandatary, 480.

-, William, clerk, to be vicar of Clonfeacle, 217.

O'Carroll, Obecarimyll, Occaruuyll, Ocearuuill, Okcarwyll, Okearwyll, Okeruaill, Donald, priest, a canon of Cloyne and of Cork and prebendary of Kilmaclenine and Killaspugmullane, and vicar of Clonfert, co. Cork, decree for, 374, 375.

-, -, grant to, 268.

-, -, provisions to, 304, 550.

-, Inycearbaill, Morina, to be dispensed to marry, 291.

Ocassim, Ocassin. See Ogashin.

Ocathasaydh, Bartholomew, scholar, to be vicar of Devenish, 315, 316.

-, Bernard, vicar of Devenish, charges against, 315, 316.

Ocathila. See O'Cahill.

Ocayrbri, Ocayrbry. See Ocarbry.

Ocayre, Ycayre, Donald, priest, late vicar of Molahiffe, 218.

Ocayssin. See Ogashin.

Occaancon, Thady (Tatheus), to be rector of Killnichnyss, 550.

Occaruuyll. See O'Carroll.

Occrualli, Malachy, late abbot of Knockmoy, 265.

Occunnan, Eugenius, rector of Rosserk, charges against, 215.

Occurry, Occurryn. See Ocurryn.

Ocearnaid, Okearnayd, Bernard, a canon of Achonry, papal mandatary, 487.

-, Okearnayd, Bernard, priest, de facto vicar of Kilmacteige, 587.

-, Okearnayd, Cornelius, a canon of Achonry, papal mandatary, 587.

-, Ocearnaig, John, clerk, rector of the rural lands of Umall Uachtarach, to have collation afresh thereof, 454.

-, Ykearnay, John, sometime vicar of Wicklow and rector of Drumkay, 333.

-, Ykearnayd, Maurus, sometime vicar of Kilmacteige, 587.

-, William, a canon of Killala, papal mandatary, 215, 247.

Ocearuuill. See O'Carroll.

Oceindedyg, Yceindedyg (i.e. O'Kennedy), Odo, layman, to be dispensed to marry, 291.

Ocellayd. See O'Kelly.

Ocemmhyn, Thady, clerk, de facto vicar of Subulter, 669.

Ochaelti. See Ocaelty.

Ochellay. See O'Kelly.

Ochogly, Malachy, clerk, to be a canon of Leighlin and prebendary of Ullard, 267.

Ochogugayn, John, priest, to be vicar of Killaspuglonane, 221.

Ochoncubair. See O'Connor.

Ochonnegan, William, priest, to be a canon of Killala and prebendary of Errew, and vicar of Rathfran, 247, 248.

Ochoyn, Bernard, dean of Annaghdown, charges against, 476, 477.

Ochterogarte, in the diocese of St. Andrews [? Gogar, in Corstorphine parish, co. Edinburgh], chapel of, united to Trinity College, Edinburgh, 450.

Ochulan. See Oculean.

Ochurk. See O'Quirk.

Ochuyn. See Ocuyn.

Ociulean. See Oculean.

Oclabayd, Cornelius, vicar of Oran, charges against, 305.

Ocleri, Dermit, a canon of Achonry, papal mandatary, 587.

Ocluayn, Thady, a canon of Clonfert, papal mandatary, 216.

Ocluban, Malachy, vicar-provincial in Ireland of the Friars Minors of the Observance, confirmation of the election of, 583, 584.

Ocochlayn, Donald, clerk, to be vicar of Kilmoe, 352.

-, Donatus. See Omychigayn.

-, Ycochlayn, John, late vicar of Kilmoe, 352.

Ocolla, Ranaldus, vicar of Ardcarn, charges against, 411.

Ocolman, Ocalman, John, priest, sometime vicar of Stradbally, co. Waterford, to be vicar of Kilgobnet and rector of Aghavallen, 272, 273 (bis).

Ocomayn, Maurice, de facto vicar of Clonelty, 317.

Ocomhaltan, Rory, late vicar of Termonmaguirk, 276.

Ocomnyd, Ycomnyd, Malachy, late vicar of Ballingarry, in the barony of Connello Upper, co. Limerick, 75.

Oconallan, Oconelean, Magonius, vicar of Monasteroris, charges against, 277.

-, Maurice, vicar of Rathernan, charges against, 276, 277.

Oconaran, Yconaran, Charles, priest, vicar of Timogue, to have collation afresh thereof, 250, 251.

Oconchiur, Oconchubair, Oconchubare, Oconcubayr. See O'Connor.

Oconduff, Iconduff, Malachy, late vicar of Ballingarry, in the barony of Connello Upper, co. Limerick, 327.

Oconeil. See O'Connell.

Oconelean. See Oconallan.

Oconnalta, Oconualta, Thomas, a canon of Tuam, papal mandatary, 428.

Oconne, Magonius, deacon, vicar of Lissan, afterwards a canon of Armagh and prebendary of Ballyclog, provision to, 242, 243.

-, -, charges against, 308.

O'Connell, Bernard, late bishop of Killala, reformation of three houses of the Friars Minors of the Observance made by, 440.

-, Ycontil, Denis, late abbot of Holycross, 4.

-, Oconeil, Eugenius, a canon of Elphin and of Killala, prebendary of Dromard, and vicar of Drumcliff, co. Sligo, papal mandatary, 34, 215, 217, 222, 247 (bis).

-, -, provision to, 252, 253.

-, Ycontil, William, late abbot of Holycross, 4.

O'Connolly, Oconnayly, Maurice, a canon of Limerick and prebendary of Dysert, charges against, 247.

O'Connor, Yconchobayr, Ycotichohayr, Charles, late a canon of Elphin, 266, 302.

-, Oconchubair, Oconcubayr, Charles, prior of Roscommon, charges against, 28, 198, 199.

-, Oconcubayr, Dermit, an Augustinian canon of Saints Island, co. Longford, to be prior of Cloontuskert, 200, 201.

-, Oconchubair, Magonius, a canon of Killala, papal mandatary, 217.

-, Macconcubaiar, Maurice, bishop of Ardfert, natural son of. See O'Connor, Thomas.

-, -, provision of, to that bishopric, 356 note.

-, -, resignation made to, 337.

-, Iconchubayr, Yconchubayr, Maurice, late prior of Roscommon, 28, 199.

-, Oconchiur, Maurice, priest, to be vicar of Dunurlin, 332.

-, Ochoncubair, Maurice. See Macmachuna.

-, Oconchubare, Thady, an Augustinian canon of Derrane, to be prior of Roscommon, 28.

-, Macconcour, Thomas, a natural son of Maurice [O'Connor], bishop of Ardfert, de facto canon of Ardfert and prebendary of Kinard, 356.

Oconnuyd, Denis, clerk, to have a grant or lease of the lands called de Nuoua, belonging to the episcopal mensa of Kilfenora, 206.

Oconnylyd. See Ogonnelloe.

Oconrith, Rory, a canon of Tuam, papal mandatary, 459.

Oconualta. See Oconnalta.

Oconyurke, Oconyrcke, Oconyrke, John, priest, de facto rector of Ballingarry in the barony of Coshlea, co. Limerick, 352.

Ocorcrayn, Ocorerayn, Ocorgrayn, Ycorcrayn, William, priest, a canon of Clonfert and of Tuam, sometime de facto rector of Kilthomas, 417.

-, -, papal mandatary, 487.

-, -, rehabilitation of, 488, 489.

Ocormac, Ycormyc, Dermit, late a canon of Cashel, and prebendary of Fennor, 355.

Ocormacayn, Ocormachay, Ocormachayn, David, clerk, a canon of Killaloe and of Limerick, rector of Feakle, Killuran and Ogonnelloe, papal mandatary, 347, 356.

-, -, provision to, 219.

Ocormaege (i.e. Ui Cormaic, an ancient district of co. Clare), parish churches of, rectory of, 415.

-, -, vicars of, 415.

Ocostigain, Philip, late vicar of Kilgobnet, 273.

Ocreachan, Ycreachan, William, late vicar of Ballynacourty, 250.

Ocrinam, Thady, an Augustinian canon of Aghmacart, warden or administrator of the priory of Fertagh, and de facto prior of the same, 202, 203.

Ocrumyn, Thady, sometime vicar of Clonfert, co. Cork, 268.

Oculean, Oculain, David, priest, de facto canon of Armagh and prebendary of Ballyclog, 243.

-, Ochulan, Ociulean, John, a canon of Tuam, papal mandatary, 454, 476.

-, Oculeayn, Ysac, clerk, a canon of Armagh and prebendary of Clonoe and Donaghenry, charges against, 248, 266.

Ocumiyn, Laurence, vicar of Killeely, charges against, 220.

Ocunlis, Cornelius, bishop of Clonfert, sometime bishop of Emly, confirmation and fresh provision of the bishopric of Clonfert to, 64, 65.

Ocurrcyn (rectius Ocurreyn). See Ocurryn.

Ocurry, Bernard, late rector of Myshall, 394.

- See also Ocurryn.

Ocurryn, Ocurrcyn, David, vicar of Lorum, to be dean of Leighlin, 272.

-, Occurry, Occurryn, Dermit, sub-deacon, archdeacon of Leighlin and rector of Myshall, to have collation afresh of those benefices, 394.

-, John, late a canon of Leighlin and prebendary of Ullard, 267.

Ocuyl, Ycuyl, Thady, priest, formerly vicar of Molahiffe, rehabilitation of, and collation afresh of that vicarage to, 218.

Ocuyn, Ycuyn, Alan, prior of Ballinskelligs, resignation of, 203.

-, Ochuyn, Dermit, late vicar of Shrule, 340.

-, Ocuynd, Donald, a canon of Kilfenora, papal mandatary, 249.

-, Ocuynt, Donald, a canon of Killaloe, papal mandatary, 347.

Ocuyrke. See O'Quirk.

O'Daly, Odalayd, Idalayd, David, late vicar of Doora, 212.

-, Odalyd, David, late vicar of Ballingarry, in the barony of Ormond Lower, co. Tipperary, 348.

-, Odalayd, Denis, priest, to have collation afresh of the vicarage of Doora, 212.

-, Odalay, Denis, de facto vicar of Ballingarry, in the barony of Ormond Lower, co. Tipperary, 347, 348.

Odauin, Donatus, priest, sometime vicar of Kilshane, to be vicar of Kilfarboy, 277.

-, Maurice, vicar of Kilfarboy, charges against, 277.

Odearmadaig, Richard, clerk, to be vicar of Kildacommoge, 274.

Odeay, Odeayd, Cornelius, a canon of Killaloe, papal mandatary, 415.

-, Denis, a canon of Killaloe, papal mandatary, 419, 420.

Odicag, Ydicag, Maurice, late vicar of Shanagolden, 350.

Odiuffin, Odruffin, Dermit, clerk, of Ferns, to be chancellor of Ferns, 430, 596, 597.

Odobelayn, Dermit, late rector of Moore, 207.

Odomnayll. Dermit, clerk, to be vicar of Moville, 314.

Odonchua, Denis, bishop of Kilmacduagh, institution made by, 488.

-, -, offences committed by Dermit Omaguaid against, 207.

-, -, household and retinue of, 207.

-, Odonchuain, Geoffrey, a litigant for the rectory of Kilthomas, 488, 489.

-, Odonehw, Geoffrey, vicar of Ardrahan, to be rector of Rockforest, 251.

Odonnagayn, Odonngayn, Dermit, a canon of Ross in Ireland, papal mandatary, 221.

-, Ydonngyam, Dermit, priest, the vicarage of Myross resigned in favour of, 55.

-, -, to be vicar of Myross, 221, 222.

-, Thady, rector of Tisaxon and de facto vicar of Lislee, 392.

O'Dorney, de Kyrieleyson [co. Kerry], Cistercian abbey of St. Mary, abbot of, papal mandatary, 248.

-, -, -, a party to simony, 218.

-, -, abbot and convent of, presentation made by, 218.

-, -, -, benefice in the collation of. See Molahiffe.

Odoyud. See Oduyn.

O'Driscoll, Ohedersegyol, Cornelius, rector of Castlehaven, indult to, 298.

-, Ohedersegyol, Donald, sometime vicar of Creagh, 56.

-, Yhedersegyol, Donatus, priest, vicar of Creagh, sometime rector of the ecclesiastical fee of Tullagh, to have collation afresh of the said vicarage and to be rector of the rural fees of Tullagh, 56.

-, Ohederstgyol, Florence, indult to, 298.

-, -, Aulina de Geraldinis his wife, 298.

-, Ohederstgyol, Macrobius, clerk, to be a canon of Cork and prebendary of Dromdaleague, 265.

-, Ohedyrsgeail, Odo, clerk, to be vicar of Aghadown, 305.

-, Ohedyrsgeoil, alias Macdamel, Odo. See Macdamel.

-, Ohedersegyoll, Thomas, sometime rector of the rural fees of Tullagh, 56.

-, Ohederscgyol, Thomas, clerk, to be vicar of Myross and rector of Clonsulynan, 55.

Odroma, Nemeas, clerk, a canon of Kilmore and vicar of Urney, 313.

-, -, papal mandatary, 220.

-, -, provision to, 214.

Odruffin. See Odiuffin.

Oduauoreid, Dermit, layman, 206.

Odubagan, Odubagay (i.e. O'Duffy), Patrick, clerk, to have collation of the plebania of Clonca, 285, 286.

Odubaill, Peter, a canon of Derry, papal mandatary, 303.

Odubartaig (i.e. O'Doherty), William, priest, de facto rector of Galbally, 283.

Odubayn, Malachy, priest, father of Thady Odubayn, a Premonstratensian canon, and a vicar or chaplain of Annaghdown, death of, 222, 239.

-, Nicholas, late a vicar or chaplain of Annaghdown, 220.

-, Thady, a Premonstratensian canon of St. John the Baptist's, Annaghdown, sometime a vicar or chaplain of Annaghdown, rehabilitation of, 222, 239.

-, -, father of. See Odubayn, Malachy supra.

-, Thady, a Premonstratensian canon, formerly abbot of St. Mary's, Annaghdown, 295.

Odubda, Oduda, Cornelius, priest, falsely claiming to be a canon of Killala, de facto prebendary of Ardagh, and vicar of Kyldroma, 309.

-, Dermit, a canon of Killala, papal mandatary, 312.

-, Ydubda, Dermit son of Magonius, a canon of Killala, papal mandatary, 260.

-, Ydubda, Thady, priest, an Augustinian friar, to be prior of Aughris, 357.

Odublearga, John, late vicar of Kildacommoge, 274.

Odubthyg, Patrick, an Augustinian canon of Aughris, to be transferred to Cong abbey, 619, 620.

Oduby, Cornelius, brother of Patrick Oduby, party to a simoniacal bargain respecting the vicarage of Moville, 485.

-, Donald, late rector of Clonca, 485.

-, Patrick, rector of Clonca, charges against, 485.

-, -, brother of. See Oduby, Cornelius.

Oduda. See Odubda.

O'Duffy, Odwffay, Dermit, an Augustinian canon of Clontuskert, to be abbot of Cong, 342.

-, -, blessing, oath of fealty etc. of, 342, 343.

-, Patrick, sometime abbot of St. John the Baptist's, Annaghdown, 201.

-, Cf. also Odubagan.

Odufyr, Philip, a canon of Emly and prebendary of Inch St. Laurence, charges against, 354.

Odugam, John, late vicar of Clonfert, co. Cork, 268.

Odugna, Odo, clerk, provided to the vicarage of Newcastle, co. Wicklow, and a litigant for the same, 477.

Oduleanna, Odulenna, John, priest, vicar of Kilmaley, provision to, 303.

-, -, charges against, 339.

Odumachan, Philip, a canon of Ardfert, papal mandatary, 332.

Odurruhia, Malachy, vicar of the parish church called Tempull na Scrine in Tuam, charges against, 428.

Oduuayll, Peter, a canon of Derry, papal mandatary, 468.

Oduyn, Donatus, priest, a litigant for the deanery of Killala, 436.

-, Odoyud, Oduynd, Thomas, vicar of Rosserk and holder of a prebend in Rosserk called the chancellorship of Killala, to be vicar of Crossmolina and rector of Rosserk, 215.

-, -, to be vicar of Templemurray, 349.

Odwffay. See O'Duffy.

O'Fahy, Ofathyd, Nicholas, clerk, to be vicar of Ballynakill [in Leitrim barony, co. Galway], 213, 214.

-, Offathyd, William, vicar of Ballynakill [in Leitrim barony, co. Galway], charges against, 213, 214.

O'Farrell, Ofeargayl, Yfergayl, Cornelius, late rector of MuintirEolays, 410, 508, 509.

-, Ofeargayl, Ofrargayl, Donald, clerk, to be rector of Muintir-Eolays, 508, 509.

-, Yfargayl, Donatus, clerk, sometime rector of MuintirEolays, 509.

-, Ofergayl, Kienanus, abbot of Kilbeggan, charges against, 224, 225.

-, Ofergayl, William, clerk, to be vicar of Granard, 283.

-, Offergayll, Offertgayll, William, clerk, to be rector of Clooncraff, 407.

O'Farrelly, Ofergalayg, Thomas, a canon of Clogher, papal mandatary, 248.

Ofathyd. See O'Fahy.

Ofayt, Nicholas, vicar of Kiltormer, to be a canon of Tuam and prebendary of Kilmeen, 485, 486.

Ofeargayl, Ofeargayll. See O'Farrell.

Ofergalayg. See O'Farrelly.

Ofergayl. See O'Farrell.

Offathyd. See O'Fahy.

Offaynd. See Ofloynd.

Offergayll, Offertgayll. See O'Farrell.

Offian, Richard, treasurer of Cashel, executor of a papal mandate, 463.

Offlachardaid. See O'Flaherty.

Offlait, Philip, priest, a litigant for the vicarage of Askeaton, 385.

Offlanagan, Offlanagayn. See O'Flannagan.

Offlancard (rectius Offlancaid). See Rockforest.

Offlannagan, Offlannagayn. See O'Flannagan.

Offuylleachan, Offuilleachan, Magonius, clerk, reservation for, 469.

Offyallay. See MacCormack.

Ofhachanayn, Thomas, a canon of Lismore, papal mandatary, 475.

Ofihallay. See MacCormack.

O'Flaherty, Offlachardaid, Cornelius, an Augustinian canon of St. Mary's, Annaghdown, charges against, 295.

-, Oflachartyd, Matthew, vicar of Kilmeena, to be dean of Annaghdown, a canon of Tuam and prebendary of Upper and Lower Umall, 476, 477.

Oflainura, James, priest, sometime vicar of Killokennedy, 433.

Oflamagan, Oflanagayn, Oflanagen. See O'Flannagan.

Oflandaile, John, a canon of Killala, papal mandatary, 274.

O'Flannagan, Offlannagan, Oflannagan, Bartholomew, a monk of Assaroe, dispensation to, 341, 342.

-, -, provision of the bishopric of Derry to, 341, 358.

-, Offlannagayn, Oflanagayn, Dermit, a canon of Elphin, papal mandatary, 200, 315.

-, Offlanagayn, Dermit, priest, to be vicar of Newcastle, co. Wicklow, 340.

-, Oflannagan, James, a canon of Derry, papal mandatary, 467.

-, Offlanagan, Oflanagen, Nicholas, priest, a Friar Preacher, dispensation to, 358.

-, -, provision of the bishopric of Elphin to, 357.

-, Offlannagan, Oflamagan, Peter, a canon of Clogher, papal mandatary, 313, 314.

-, Oflannagan, Thomas, dean of Elphin, papal commissary, 252.

-, Iflannagan, Yflannagan, William, late prior of Roscommon, 28, 199.

Oflanncaed. See Rockforest.

Ofloynd, Bernard, a canon of Tuam, papal mandatary, 576.

-, Ofloynn, Dermit, a canon of Achonry, papal mandatary, 607.

-, Offaynd, John, a canon of Elphin, papal mandatary, 411.

-, -, to be vicar of Kiltoghert with the annexed parish church of Killtrennan, and also a canon of Ardagh, and prebendary of Kiltoghert (specially erected), 409, 410.

O'Foran, Ofnothorayn, Ofohoran, Osnotharayn, Osuotharayn, Yfuothorayn, Dermit, vicar of Myross, charges against, 221, 222.

-, -, resignation of, 55.

-, Yfuothorayn, Roderick, sometime vicar of Myross, 222.

Ofrargayl. See O'Farrell.

Ogallayn, Donald, de facto vicar of Kilmeen, cos. Cork and Kerry, 350, 351.

Ogarnan, Dermit, clerk, de facto vicar of Rosskeen, 669.

Ogashin, Ocassim, Ocassin, Ocayssin [a rural deanery in the diocese of Killaloe and co. Clare], rectory of the parish church called the rectory of, 490.

-, rectory of the rural lands of Quin (q. v.) and, 438.

Ogavuayn (? rectius Ogabuayn), Donald, late vicar of Oughtmama, 244.

Ogealvayn, Thomas, priest, vicar of Caher, co. Kerry, to have collation afresh of that vicarage, 337.

O'Gibbon, Ogubun, John, bishop of Derry, death of, 341, 358.

-, -, deprivation made by, 284.

-, -, formerly plebanus of Clonca, 285.

-, Ogoband, John, a canon of Kilmore, papal mandatary, 313, 410.

Ogillagymayn, Ogyllagymayn, David, a canon of Ross [in Ireland], papal mandatary, 221.

-, Ygillagymayn, David, de facto rector of Clonsulynan, 55.

Ogillaschannan, Ogyllahanan, Maurice, vicar of Toomyvara and a portionary of Scattery Island, to be rector of the parish churches of Ocormaege, 415.

-, William, priest, formerly a portionary of Scattery Island, to be vicar of Shanagolden, 350.

Ogilvy, Ogilwy, David, chancellor of Brechin, reservation of a canonry of Glasgow and the prebend of Carstairs for, 34.

-, Ogylvy, David, to be a canon of Dunkeld and prebendary of Menmuir, 209.

-, Ogilby, David, late dean of Ross [in Scotland], a member of the household of William [d'Estouteville], cardinal priest of St. Martin's in Montibus, 375, 376.

-, Ogilby, Ogylby, William, clerk, to be dean of Ross [in Scotland], 339.

-, -, grant to, 289.

-, Ogylby, William, to have collation of a canonry of Glasgow and another of Dunkeld, 301.

Ogoband. See O'Gibbon.

Ogobuayn, Ygoduayn (i.e. O'Gowan), Murianus, clerk, late vicar of the parish church called Tempull na Scrine in Tuam, 428.

Ogonnelloe, Oconnylyd [co. Clare], portion of a rectory, 218.

-, parish church of, 219.

Ogormily, Fergal, priest, an Augustinian canon of Inchmacnerin, provided prior of the same, union of the vicarage of Ardcarn to that monastery for the lifetime of, 411.

Ogouuand, John, a canon of Ardagh, papal mandatary, 694.

Ograda, Donald, late rector of Castletownarra, 420.

-, Donatus, clerk, a canon of Killaloe and prebendary of Tomgraney, papal mandatary, 485.

-, -, provision to, 209.

-, Odo, a Cistercian monk, sometime abbot of Holycross, resignation of, 2, 3, 4.

-, -, alleged to have been abbot of Holycross for a moment only, 199.

-, Rory, a canon of Killaloe and prebendary of Tomgraney, resignation of, 209.

Ogralub. See Ogulla.

Ograne, Yngheagram, Felorsia, wife of Eugenius Omyged, dispensed to contract marriage anew, 348, 349.

-, -, kinswoman of, 349.

-, Igrane, Thady, late vicar of Kilmeen, cos. Cork and Kerry, 351.

Ogriffa, Matthew, deacon or priest, vicar of Dysert, co. Clare, rector of Drumcliff, co. Clare, a canon of Limerick and prebendary of St. Munchin's, provided to the vicarage of Ballingarry, in the barony of Connello Upper, co. Limerick, and to the deanery of Cashel, bishop[-elect] of Killaloe, sometime archdeacon of Limerick, 482, 496, 499.

-, -, dispensation to, 346.

-, -, letters of provision to the deanery of Cashel surreptitiously obtained by, 399.

-, -, papal mandatary, 350, 351, 353, 480.

-, -, provisions to, 74, 75, 345, 346.

-, -, reservation for, 72, 73.

Ogubun. See O'Gibbon.

Ogulla, Ogralub [co. Roscommon], vicarage of, 315.

Ogwy, Ygwy, Dermit, late abbot of Cong, 342.

Ogyllahanan. See Ogillaschannan.

Ogylby. See Ogilvy.

Ogyllagymayn. See Ogillagymayn.

Ogylvy. See Ogilvy.

Ohacragan (rectius Ohactagan). See Ohactagan, Thomas.

Ohactagan, Cornelius, vicar of Kyllearyi, charges against, 304.

-, Dermit, clerk, to be vicar of Kyllearyi, 304.

-, Ohaccagan, Ohacragan, Ohactaguyn, Thomas, a canon of Elphin, papal mandatary, 187, 222, 305.

-, Yhactagan, Thomas, sometime vicar of Kyllearyi, 304.

Ohaermegaidh, Nicholas, vicar of Donaghenry, charges against, 281, 282.

Ohallayd, John, vicar of Newtown, charges against, 223.

-, Yhallayd, John, priest, sometime vicar of Tipperary, 246.

Ohanin. See Ohanly, Thady.

Ohanly, Dermit. See Obruochayn.

-, Ohanlyd, Thady, a canon of Tuam, papal mandatary, 254, 407.

-, Ohanli, Ohauli alias Ohanin, Ohayly, Thady, priest, rector of Dunmore, co. Galway, or claimant thereto, charges against, 437, 465, 466.

Ohara, Oheadra, Bernard, dean of Achonry, brothers of, 646.

-, -, castle granted to, by the bishop of Achonry, 646.

-, -, penance etc. of, 646, 647.

-, Oheara, John, a canon of Achonry, papal mandatary, 607.

-, -, to be rector of Banada alias Kilmacteige, 273.

-, Oheadra, John, layman, captain of his clan, 646.

-, -, sons of, 646. See also Ohara, Rory.

-, Oheadra, Rory, son of John Ohara, 646.

-, -, man-at-arms of, killed, 647.

Oharcan, Patrick, clerk, to be vicar of Aghanloo, 467.

-, Oharchan, Roger, provided to the plebania of Clonca, death of, 285.

Ohauli (rectius Ohanli), Ohayly. See Ohanly.

Oheadagain, Donatus, priest, to be vicar of Wicklow and rector of Drumkay, 333.

Oheadra, Oheara. See Ohara.

Ohederscgyol, Ohedersegyol, Ohederstgyol (rectius Ohedersegyol). See O'Driscoll.

O'Hedian, Hedyhan, Ohedian, O'Hedyan, Ohedyan, O'Hedyhan, John, archdeacon of Cashel and of Ossory, a papal nuncio and collector in Ireland, absolution etc. for, 443, 444.

-, -, appointment of, 684.

-, -, charges against, 393.

-, -, grant to, 400.

-, -, proctor of Jordan [Purcell], bishop of Cork and Cloyne, 470.

-, -, -, forged instrument of appointment of, 472.

-, -, resident at the Roman court, 443.

-, Ohedyan, O'Hedyan, Yhedyan, John, clerk, to be dean of Cashel, 48, 398, 399.

-, -, capture of, when returning from the Roman court, 345.

-, -, imprisonment etc. of, 399.

-, Ohedian, John, priest, of Cashel, a litigant for the deanery of Cashel, 496.

-, Yhedian, alias Richard, John son of Thomas, late archdeacon of Cashel, 400.

-, Richard, late archbishop of Cashel, formerly archdeacon of Cashel, 500.

-, William, bishop of Emly, sometime bishop of Elphin, 44, 45.

-, -, executor of a papal mandate, 353.

-, -, pension to, out of the bishopric of Elphin, 45.

Ohedyrsgeail, Ohedyrsgeoil. See O'Driscoll.

Ohega, Dermit, a canon of Ross [in Ireland], papal mandatary, 391.

Ohegertayd, Salomon, clerk, to be rector of Clonmany, 284.

Ohelan, Gillibertus, vicar of Croghan, to be vicar of Rathernan, 276, 277.

Ohendua, Donatus [bishop-]elect of Dromore, faculty for the consecration of, 261.

O'Hennessy, Yhacgnasay, Donald, late rector of Kilthomas, 417.

-, Ycangussa, Macrobius alias Macraith, late rector of Galbally, 283.

-, Yhachuasa alias Ylebayn (i.e. Olebayn), Maurice, sometime rector of Ballingarry, in the barony of Coshlea, co. Limerick, 352.

Oherlathi, Iherlathi, Maurice, clerk, dispensed to marry, 292.

Oherle, Gilbert, late a canon of Cork and prebendary of Killaspugmullane, 375.

Ohiaith, Yhiaith, Maurice, priest, late vicar of Monasteroris, 278.

Ohifirnayn, Ohyffernam, Yhifirnayn, Dermit, abbot of Holycross, charges against, 199, 200.

-, -, decree for, ratified, 2–4.

-, -, father of. See Ohifirnayn, Fergal.

-, Yhaffirnan, Yhiffirnan, Dermit, priest, a monk of Holycross abbey, holding the grange of Colethr, to be abbot of Inishlounaght, 509, 510.

-, -, blessing of, 510.

-, -, oath of fealty etc. of, 510.

-, Ohyffernam, Yhifirnayn, Fergal (father of Dermit Ohifirnayn), late abbot of Holycross, 2–4, 199, 200.

Ohogayn, Denis, priest, rector of Bruis and vicar of Tipperary, rehabilitation of, 245, 246.

-, Donald, late vicar of Killeenagariff, 316.

-, John, clerk, a claimant to the rectory of Castletownarra, 420.

-, Odo, party to a division of the rectory of Castletownarra, 420.

Oholerrbly, Maurice, a canon of Leighlin, papal mandatary, 394.

Ohoragayn, Choragayn, Denis, late a canon of Limerick and prebendary of Tullabracky, 354.

Ohsiygi (i.e. O'Sheehy), John, late vicar of Magheracloone, 311.

-, Nicholas, clerk, to be vicar of Magheracloone, 311.

Ohuoyna, Philip, late a canon of Ardfert and prebendary of Kinard, 356.

Ohuren, John, a canon of St. Patrick's, Dublin, papal mandatary, 306.

Ohurhile, Obuthile, Yhurhile, Cornelius, late rector of Castletownarra, 420 (bis).

-, Yhurhile, Matthew, priest, rector of Castletownarra, rehabilitation of, and collation afresh of that rectory to, 420.

Ohyffernam. See Ohifernayn.

Ohygelayn, Ohylayn, Thomas, late rector of Kilthomas, 417, 488.

Ohynery, Yhynery, Bernard, late rector of Oranmore, 409.

-, Yhynery, William, sometime rector of Oranmore, 408.

Ohynnigan, Niallanus, late vicar of Kilmacteige, 587.

Ohynwyr, Ihynwyr, Cornelius, late precentor of Limerick, 10.

Oist. See Uist.

Okahalan, Cornelius, a canon of Elphin, papal mandatary, 187.

Okahill, Okahyll. See O'Cahill.

Okarten. John, a Crouched Friar of Athy, to be prior of that house, 288.

Okayll. See O'Cahill.

Okcarwyll. See O'Carroll.

Okeallaid, Okeallayd. See O'Kelly.

Okearnayd. See Ocearnaid.

Okearuallan. See Okerualan.

Okearwyll. See O'Carroll.

Okeborn, Okevorn, master William, dean of the collegiate church of Westbury on Trym, consent of, to the statutes of that church, 229–32.

O'Kelly, Okellayd, Charles, a Hospitaller, to be prior of Rindown, 204.

-, Okeallayd, Donald, scholar, to be vicar of Killoscobe, 216, 217.

-, Ochellay, John (1), an Augustinian canon of Aughrim, to be prior of Clontuskert, 331.

-, Ochellay, John (2), late prior of Clontuskert, 331.

-, Okeallayd alias Macgillaruag, Maigillaruag, John (3), priest, to be archdeacon of Cork, 475, 476.

-, Icellaid, Icellard, Ycellaid, Magonius Macheochu, Maceochyd, sometime prior of Roscommon, 28, 198, 199.

-, Okeallaid, Malachy, abbot of Knockmoy, charges against, 265.

-, Orellayd, Malachy, vicar of Airteach, to be rector of the same, 187.

-, Okellayd, Odo, clerk, de facto a canon of Clonfert and prebendary of Killaspugmoylan, 210.

-, Ocellayd, Okeallaid alias Okinagan, Patrick, a canon of Armagh, papal mandatary, 276, 314.

Okerualan, Okearuallan, Oquerwllan, John, a canon of Derry, papal mandatary, 285, 485, 508.

Okevorn. See Okeborn.

Okeyt, Ykeyt, Gillacius or Gillasius, dean of Lismore, holding the parcel of Knockmaon,sometime vicar (or provided to the vicarage) of Ballingarry in the barony of Connello Upper, co. Limerick, 75.

-, -, rehabilitation of, 327, 328.

Okiallare, Patrick, a canon of Cloyne and prebendary of Kilmaclenine, charges against, 304.

Okinagan. See O'Kelly, Patrick.

Okoncrancum, Malachy, vicar of Kilcroan, to be rector of Kilkerrin, 475.

Okoncrenaynd, Thomas, rector of Kilkerrin, charges against, 475.

Okrillid, Laurence, de facto vicar of Shanagolden and portionary of Kilgebam in the collegiate church of Scattery Island, 350.

Olacdeayn, Henry, vicar of Doora, deprivation of, 212.

Olachnayn, William, priest, of Tuam, de facto vicar of Ballynacourty, 491.

Oladyan, Cornelius, clerk, to be vicar of Ballingarry, in the barony of Ormond Lower, co. Tipperary, 347, 348.

-, Yladyan, Henry, vicar of Ballingarry in the barony of Ormond Lower, co. Tipperary, deprivation of, 347, 348.

Olaghare (i.e. O'Leary), Thady, rector of Aghavallen, charges against, 273.

O'Lalor, Oleaglour, Richard, a canon of Leighlin, papal mandatary, 288.

Olannagayn, Yllannagayn, Dermit, sometime vicar of Newcastle, co. Wicklow, 477.

-, Donald, late archdeacon of Leighlin, 394.

Oldham, Oldom, Oldon, Richard, abbot of St. Werburgh, Chester, formerly claustral prior of the same, confirmation of the election of, 35.

-, -, faculty for the blessing of, 35.

-, -, oath of fealty etc. of, 35.

Oldhamstock, co. Haddington. See Dunglass.

Oldom, Oldon. See Oldham.

Oldonay, Robert, lord of Weston Underwood, indult to, 297.

-, -, Godita his wife, 297.

Olean, Thomas, vicar of Croom, dispensation to, 347.

Oleargusa. See Olergusa.

Olechlur, John, late vicar of Timogue, 250.

Olemayn, Donatus, a canon of Tuam, papal mandatary, 444.

Olergusa, Edmund, clerk, to have a farm of the plebs of Cremorne, 674.

-, Magonius, priest, late vicar of the plebs of Clankelly, 221.

-, Oleargusa, Thomas, a canon of Clogher, papal mandatary, 311.

Olim, John, rector of Morcott, dispensation to, 569.

Oliverii, Richard, cardinal priest of St. Eusebius', bishop of Coutances, 663 note.

Olladrayn, Henry, priest, provided to the rectory of Quin and Ogashin, charges against, 438.

Olney [co. Buckingham], rectory of, 383, 384.

Olochlaind, Olochaid, Donatus, vicar of Easky, charges against, 274, 275.

-, Ylochlaynd, Donald, priest, sometime vicar of Killaspuglonane, 221.

-, Oloclyn, Felimy, late a canon of Killala and prebendary of Ardagh, 308.

-, Olochlaynd, Matthew, clerk, de facto chancellor of Kilfenora, 244, 245.

Oloncy. See O'Lynch.

Olongaych, Ylongaych, Lactinus, clerk, sometime vicar of Aghinagh, simonically receiving the fruits of the vicarage of Cannaway, rehabilitation of, 320, 321.

Olongayd, Dermit, clerk, de facto vicar of Cannaway, 314.

-, Donatus, clerk, to be vicar of Cannaway, 314.

-, Donatus, priest, de facto vicar of Cannaway, 314.

Olongan, Lactinus, to be a canon of Cork and of Ross, 301–2.

-, Olongayn, Maurice, sometime rector of Ballingarry, in the barony of Coshlea, co. Limerick, 352.

-, Odo, a canon of Clonmacnoise, papal mandatary, 480.

-, Thady, rector of Ardnurcher, grant to, 501.

Oloron [Basses-Pyrénées, France], bishop of, papal mandatary, 34, 173, 368.

-, William bishop of. See de Fondera.

Olouhton, Olowhton. See Ufton.

Olucharean, Olucherean, Cristin, a canon of Armagh and prebendary of Donaghmore, death of, at the apostolic see, 242.

-, Olucharan, Denis, priest, sometime vicar of Termonmaguirk, to be vicar of Donaghenry, 281, 282.

-, Olucharan, Patrick (1), clerk, provided to a canonry of Armagh and the prebend of Clonoe and Donaghenry, charges against, 266.

-, -, provision to, 248.

-, Olucharen, Olucherean. Patrick (2), a canon of Armagh and prebendary of Donaghmore, formerly prebendary of Ballyclog, 242, 243.

-, -, papal mandatary, 242, 314.

Oluyn, John, priest, to be vicar of Moville, 251, 252.

-, -, father of, a Friar Preacher, 251.

Olveston, co. Gloucester. See Tockington.

O'Lynch, Iloynsyd, Alan, clerk, sometime precentor of Limerick, 10.

-, Oloncy, Denis, vicar of Dunurlin, charges against, 332.

Omacchyn, Matthew, late vicar of Killaspuglonane, 221.

Omachan. See Omochan.

Omaclayn, Malachy rector of Rockforest, charges against, 251.

Omacua, Thady, a canon of Kildare, papal mandatary, 277.

Omaddagayn alias Omaddayn. See O'Madden.

O'Madden, Ymadagayn, John, archdeacon of Annaghdown, procurator of the parish churches of Muinter Murchada, to be confirmed in the latter appointment, 576.

-, Omaddagayn alias Omaddayn, John, vicar of Galbally, charges against, 354.

Omaguaid, Ymaguaid, Dermit, priest, grant of rehabilitation to, ratified, 207.

-, -, offences of, against Denis [Odonchua], bishop of Kilmacduagh, 207.

O'Mahony, Omaythgamma (or Omaythgaunna), Matthew, a canon of Cork and prebendary of Dromdaleague, charges against, 265.

O'Malley, Omaylli, Hugh, a Friar Hermit of Banada, licensed to build a house of the same order at Murrisk, 294.

-, Omalle, Odo, sometime rector of the rural lands of Umall Uachtarach, deprivation of, 454.

-, Omaylly, Thady, layman, grant of a site for a house of Friars Hermits at Murrisk made by, 294.

Omany, Thomas, priest, to be vicar of Shrule, 340.

Omarchachayn, Donatus, late vicar of Breaghwy, 276.

Omaylli, Omaylly. See O'Malley.

Omaythgamma (or Omaythgaunna). See O'Mahony.

Omeallayd, John, a Premonstratensian canon and sometime de facto abbot of St. John the Baptist's, Annaghdown, 201.

Omearagayd, Omeargay, Patrick, a canon of Derry, papal mandatary, 281, 468.

Omeathair, Dermit, prior of Aghmacart, to resign and to have collation of the priory of Monaincha, 11.

-, -, oath of fealty of, 11.

Omibili, Odo, a canon of Tuam, papal mandatary, 454.

Omincgayd (rectius Omuregayd). See O'Murray.

Omir, Malachy, vicar of Kilmaley, charges against, 303.

Omocgayn. See Omongayn.

Omochan, Cormac, a canon of Elphin, papal mandatary, 411.

-, Cornelius, bishop of Achonry, resignation made to, 273.

-, Ymochain, Cornelius, sometime abbot of Boyle, 481.

-, Ymochain, Donald, late abbot of Boyle, 481.

-, John, rector of Clooncraff, charges against, 407.

-, Ymochan, Malachy, sometime rector of Banada alias Kilmacteige, 273.

-, Malachy, a canon of Elphin, papal mandatary, 409.

-, Odo, a canon of Achonry, papal mandatary, 587.

-, Omachan, Odo, priest, de facto rector of Banada alias Kilmacteige, 273.

-, Omachan, William, vicar of Rathfran (or Templemurry), charges against, 248, 349.

Omolcom. See Omulrony.

Omolerynn, John, clerk, to be vicar of Lislee, 391, 392.

Omolhau, John, vicar of Macladia alias Yscertstephan, charges against, 444.

Omolmochary. See Omulmochari.

Omolmuaid, Maurice, a canon of Armagh, papal mandatary, 265.

Omolruanayg, Maurus. See O'Brien.

Omongayn, Donald, a canon of Cork, papal mandatary, 352, 392.

-, Omocgayn, Donald, a canon of Ross [in Ireland], papal mandatary, 391.

-, John, de facto rector of Kinneigh and vicar of Ringrone, charges against, 392, 393.

O'Morrissey, Ymyrrisey, Donatus, late vicar of Subulter, 669.

-, Omorisi, Thady, prior of St. Catherine's, Waterford, sometime abbot of Mothel, 492.

Omubceayn, Matthew, a monk of Abington abbey, to be abbot of Holycross, 199, 200.

Omubraty, Odo, late vicar of Moville, 252.

Omukate, Ymukate, Thady, late rector of Oranmore, 408, 409.

Omulalaid, Cornelius, bishop of Elphin, sometime bishop of Emly and previously bishopelect of Clonfert, grant to, 44, 45, 45 note.

-, -, pension due to William [O'Hedian] bishop of Emly from, 45.

-, -, proctor of, 44.

-, -, provision made by, 247.

-, -, resignation admitted by, 316.

-, Omullalayd, Donatus, a canon of Clonfert and prebendary of Culfada, charges against, 487, 488.

Omulamna, Cornelius, priest, de facto vicar of Shrule, 340.

-, Omullamma, David, a canon of Tuam, papal mandatary, 473.

Omulavaill, Ovinlanaill (i.e. O'Mullally), Malachy, abbot of St. Michael's, Mayo, charges against, 461.

Omulbrenaynd, Ymulbrenaynd, Maurice, sometime vicar of Oranmore, 216.

Omulchayn, Omulcham, John, priest, to be a canon of Armagh and prebendary of Ballyclog, 308.

-, Ymolchayn, Odo, sometime vicar of Killoscobe, 217.

Omulconerre, Ymulchonerre, Alan, late prior of Ballinskelligs, 203.

-, Omulchonere, Cornelius, clerk, to be rector of Caher, co. Kerry, 213.

-, Omulchonerre, John, an Augustinian canon of Ballinskelligs and a student of canon law at Oxford, to be prior of Ballinskelligs, 203.

-, Maurice, an Augustinian canon of Ballinskelligs, dispensation to, 201, 202.

-, -, father of, 202.

Omulcorcra, Thomas, formerly vicar of Clonelty, 317, 353.

-, Ymolcorkra, William, sometime vicar of Askeaton, 386.

Omulcorza, Gerald, clerk, to be archdeacon of Limerick, 482.

Omulcoyn (rectius Omuleoyn), Marianus. See Omuleoyn.

Omuleachlynd, Thady alias Dondsithe, priest, to be a vicar or chaplain of Annaghdown, 220.

Omulcoyn, Omulcoyn, Marianus, priest, rector of Moore, to have collation afresh of that rectory, 206, 207.

-, Omulion, Odo, dean of Clonmacnoise, executor of a papal mandate, 501.

Omulkere, Thomas, late a canon of Cashel and prebendary of Fennor, 355.

Omullalayd. See Omulalaid.

Omullamma. See Omulamna.

Omulleampayll, Ymulleampayll, Cornelius, late rector of Castletownarra, 420.

Omullonayd, Cornelius, vicar of Tomfinlough, charges against, 249.

Omulmochari, Omulmuchari, David, a canon of Derry, papal mandatary, 281, 303.

-, Omulmochory alias Omulmochary, Omulmucari, David, vicar of Moville, charges against, 251, 252, 314.

-, Omolmochary, Maurice, a canon of Kilmore, papal mandatary, 410.

Omulrian, Malachy, a monk of Holycross abbey, provided abbot of Kilcooly, resignation of, 505, 506.

Omulriarden, Omulwardayn alias Obrothe, Philip, abbot of Kilcooly, death of, 505.

-, -, son of. See Omulriarden, William.

-, Omulroardayn, Omulwardayn, Omulwarden alias Obroche, Obrothe, William, clerk, son of Philip Omulriarden, late abbot of Kilcooly, provided to the deanery of Ossory, a canon of Ossory and of Cashel, and prebendary of Freshford and of Fennor, afterwards a monk of Kilcooly, and abbot of the same, dispensation to, 355.

-, -, provisions to, 344, 345, 355, 505, 506.

-, -, blessing etc. of, 506.

-, -, reception of, as a monk, 505.

Omulrony, Omolcom, Omulruonaid, Cornelius, priest, dean of Cashel, and a litigant for the same, 496.

-, -, charges against, 48, 345, 346, 398, 399.

-, Omulruonyd, Matthew, vicar of Rathgoggan, charges against, 351.

Omulwardayn, Omulwarden alias Obrothe. See Omulriarden.

Omulwill, Ymulwill, Florence, sometime abbot of Inishlounaght, 510.

Omurchro, Omurchu, Omurchuayn, Omurchw, Omurchwayn, Omuregayd, Omurehu. See O'Murray.

Omurenyg, Ymurenyg, Donald, late abbot of Knockmoy, 265.

Omurgessan, Henry, priest, plebanus of Clonca, charges against, 285.

-, Omurgessayn, Henry, a canon of Derry, papal mandatary, 285.

-, John, rector of Clonmany, deprivation of, 284.

-, Rouelinus, priest, de facto rector of Clonmany, charges against, 284.

Omurhy, Donatus, late archdeacon of Leighlin, 394.

Omurku. See O'Murray.

O'Murray, Omuregayd, Ymuryayd, Donatus, archbishop of Tuam, sometime vicar of St. Nicholas', Galway, 333, 334.

-, -, collation made by, 207.

-, -, deprivation and provision made by, 454.

-, Omurchu, Eugenius, a canon of Tuam and prebendary of Balla, provision to, 473.

-, -, papal mandatary, 444, 451, 475.

-, Omurchu, John, clerk, reservation and dispensation for, 694.

-, Omurchu, Ornurchu, John, priest, vicar of St. Gerald's, Mayo, to be received as an Augustinian canon of the abbey of St. Michael, Mayo, and to have provision of that abbey, 461.

-, -, blessing of, 461.

-, -, oath of fealty etc. of, 461.

-, Omurchu, Patrick, clerk, to be rector of Kilnamanagh, 306.

-, Omurchw alias Omurchuayn, Omurchwayn, Omurehu, Thomas, a canon of Killala and prebendary of Errew, charges against, 247, 248, 260.

-, -, papal mandatary, 312.

-, Omurchu, Omurchro alias Omurchuayn, Thomas, vicar of Crossmolina, charges against, 215.

-, Ymurerchu, Thyeus, late a canon of Tuam and prebendary of Balla, 209.

-, Omuregayd, William, late a canon of Clonfert and prebendary of Killaspugmoylan, 210.

-, Omincgayd, William, clerk, to be vicar of Dunmore, 254, 255.

Omurrehech, John, vicar of Mahoonagh, to have collation of the rural portions of Dongadamond and Donyrish, 350.

Omychigayn alias Ocochlayn, Donatus, vicar of Kilmoe, charges against, 352.

Omyged, Eugenius, clerk, dispensed to contract marriage anew, 348, 349.

-, -, wife of. See Ograne, Felorsia.

Omygir, Denis, priest, to be vicar of Kilmaley, 339.

-, Ymigre, Gyllibertus, late vicar of Kilmaley, 340.

Onchante, Dermit, priest, provided to a canonry of Cork and the prebend of Dromdaleague, to be vicar of Ringrone, 392, 393.

Onuthian, Ynuthian, Dermit, priest, sometime vicar of Clonfeacle, 217.

Onyellayn, Eugenius, vicar of Killeeneen, charges against, 215, 216.

Oquerwllan. See Okerualan.

O'Quirk, Ochurk, Ocuyrke, Matthew, a canon of Cashel, papal mandatary, 344, 345.

Orachin, John, an Augustinian canon of Ballysadare, dispensation to, 157, 158 note.

Orachur, John, an Augustinian canon of Aughris, sometime prior of the same, 357.

Oradochain. See Orodichayn.

Oran, Fueran, Furan [co. Roscommon], vicarage of, 305.

-, a moiety of the tithes of, assigned in place of a prebend in Elphin, 306.

Orange, Auraycen[sis], [Vaucluse, France], bishop of, papal mandatary, 405.

Oranmore, Fuoranmor [co. Galway], rectory of, 408.

-, vicarage of, 216.

Oransay, Orgonse [in Colonsay parish, co. Argyll], Augustinian priory of St. Mary, prior of, papal mandatary, 286.

Oratius , 591.

Orcheston St. Mary, Orcheston Marie [co. Wilts], rectory of, 652.

Oregayn, Matthew, priest, de facto rector and vicar of Dungourney, 431.

-, Oriegayn, William, vicar of Templetogher, to be rector of Clonchumoisig also, 223.

Orell, William, rector of Llanystumdwy and of a moiety of Eckington, afterwards rector of Eckington, dispensations to, confirmed, 99.

-, -, consent of, to the union of the two moieties of the rectory of Eckington, 338.

-, -, indult to, 596.

Orellayd (rectius Ocellayd). See O'Kelly.

Orewell, Mewell, Richard, a brother of the hospital of St. Bartholo mew, Smithfield, witness, 611.

Orgonse. See Oransay.

Orichton. See Crechton.

Oriegayn. See Oregayn.

Oriens , A., 462, 469, 478, 639, 645, 666, 667, 668, 673.

Ormonde, James earl of. See Butler.

Ormsby, North, Ormysby [co. Lincoln], Gilbertine priory, canon of. See Flayn, John.

Ornih. See Oruili.

Ornurchu. See O'Murray.

Orodichayn, Orodechayn, Donald, priest, to be vicar of Breaghwy, 276.

-, Yrodichayn, Donald, late vicar of Killoscobe, 217.

-, Oradochain, Orodocan, Eugenius, a canon of Ardagh, papal mandatary, 307, 435.

Oronayn, Maurice, an Augustinian canon, de facto abbot of Mothel, 492.

-, Thomas, abbot of Ballintober, charges against, 459, 460.

-, Thomas, rector of Ballingaddy, formerly precentor of Limerick, 10.

-, Oronain, William, priest, de facto vicar of Corcomohide, 351.

Orte, Ortan[us], [province of Rome, Italy], bishop of, papal mandatary, 409, 414, 429, 438, 441, 474, 499, 577, 604, 643, 654, 666, 667.

-, diocese of, 19 note, 40.

Orticius , Ortitius. Jo., 23, 53, 61, 71, 90, 98, 100, 151, 155, 533.

Ortis , Jo., 83.

Ortius , Jo., 191.

Oruadgry, Yruadgry, Nymeas, sometime vicar of Macladia alias Yscertstephan, 445.

Oruagrid, Thady, a canon of Tuam, papal mandatary, 576.

Oruarch. Oruayrc alias Maclochlaind, Cornelius, sometime vicar of Clonfeacle, 217.

- Oruoirch, Donald, a canon of Clonfert, papal mandatary, 487, 491.

Oruayn, Oruaym, Thomas, a canon of Tuam, papal mandatary, 274, 294, 331, 340.

-, Thomas, priest, a brother of the house of the third order of St. Francis at Killeenbrenan, appointed visitor of the brethren and sisters of that order in Ireland, 141.

Oruayrc. See Oruarch.

Oruili, Ornih, Oruyle, Odo, a canon of Tuam, papal mandatary, 459, 476.

Oruoirch. See Oruarch.

Orvieto, Urbevetan[us], [Perugia, Italy], bishop of, papal mandatary, 73, 79, 325 (bis), 331, 337, 338, 346, 355, 385 (bis), 394, 679.

-, Mark bishop of. See Marinoni.

-, diocese of, 19 note, 40.

Osborn, Walter, vicar of Frome, dispensation to, 522.

Oscancain, Oscancayn alias Scolan, Thomas. See Oseancain.

Oscara, Ostahara, Dermit, a canon of Tuam, papal mandatary, 208, 417, 437, 576.

Oscbārū (? rectius Osebarū), Robert, esquire, witness, 615.

Oscolay, John, clerk, to be vicar of Kilmeen, cos. Cork and Kerry, 350.

Oscyngyn. See Ostingyn.

Oseancain (i.e. O'Shanahan), Oscancain, Oscancayn alias Scolan, Thomas, dean of Limerick and vicar of Donaghmore, co. Limerick, dispensation to, 178.

-, -, to be a canon of Ardfert and prebendary of Kinard, 356.

-, Oseanchan, Thomas, a canon of Waterford, papal mandatary, 500.

-, alias Scolan, Oseanchan, Thomas, to be archdeacon of Lismore, 346.

O'Shanahan. See Oseancain.

Osichayn, Ysychayn, Cornelius, late vicar of Rosskeen, 669.

- Ysichayn, William, vicar of Castlemagner, to be vicar of Subulter and of Rosskeen also, 668, 669.

Osnotharayn. See O'Foran.

Ossorien [sis], wrongly written Oxorien[sis], 466.

Ossory [Ireland], bishop of, administrator of Fertagh priory appointed by, 202.

-, -, papal mandatary, 329.

-, Thomas bishop of. See Barry.

-, Thomas dean of. See Archer.

- William dean of. See Omulriarden.

- archdeacon of. papal mandatary, 202, 394.

- Adam archdeacon of. See Ruaygh.

-, John archdeacon of. See Cantwell, Hensakir, and O'Hedian.

-, Robert archdeacon of. See Tombrygh.

-, Thomas archdeacon of. See Herbixgh.

-, Walter archdeacon of. See Stantton.

-, canons of. See Omulriarden, William; Stronge, John; Troy, Thomas.

-, prebends in: —Freshford (or Aghoure). Kilmanagh.

-, city and diocese of, intimidation in, 345, 464.

-, synodal statutes of, 464.

Ossruhayn, Florence, a canon of Clonmacnoise, papal mandatary, 206.

Ostahara. See Oscara.

Ostia [Italy], papal letters dated at, 476.

Ostingyn alias Corni, Cornelius, priest, to be vicar of Oran, 305.

-, Oscyngyn, Osungyn, Patrick, vicar of Kilmacowen, charges against, 305.

-, -, to be a canon of Elphin 266.

-, Osungyn, Seanchanus alias Seanchan, clerk, a canon of Elphin, to have collation of a moiety of the tithes of Clonchumoisig, 302.

-, -, papal mandatary, 305.

O'Sullivan, Ysuellewayn, Dermit, archdeacon of Aghadoe, and vicar of Kilcrohane, to have collation afresh of the said archdeaconry, 17, 18.

-, Ysullevayn, Donald, dispensed to marry Morina O'Sullivan, 237.

-, Osuellewayn, Florence, sometime archdeacon of Aghadoe, 18.

-, Osullevan, Florence, rector of Caher, co. Kerry, charges against, 213.

-, Osullevayn, Maurice, an acolyte, de facto vicar of Molahiffe, 218.

-, Ysullewayn, Maurice, late archdeacon of Aghadoe, 18.

-, Ysulleuuan, Maurice, late rector of Caher, co. Kerry, 213.

-, Ingysullevayn, Morina, dispensed to marry Donald O'Sullivan, 237.

-, Ysullewayn, Thady, late archdeacon of Aghadoe, 18.

Osulmacg, Thady, clerk, to be vicar of Monasteroris, 277.

Osungyn (rectius Ostingyn). See Ostingyn.

Osuotharayn (rectius Ofuotharayn). See O'Foran.

Oswaldkirk, Oswaldkirke [co. York, N.R.], rectory of, 181, 526.

Osyachna, Cornelius, late vicar of Ogulla, 315.

-, Malachy, priest, to be vicar of Ogulla, 315.

Osyridean, Cormac, a canon of Kilmore, papal mandatary, 220.

-, -, to have collation of the rectory of the rural lands of Kilmore, which is to be erected into a prebend, 435.

Otaschill, Itaschill, Gilbert, sometime vicar of Askeaton, 386.

Otathill (rectius Ocathill). See O'Cahill.

O'Thomas, Yhoumys, Yothomays, Magonius, late rector of Ballinrobe, 208.

Othomyr, Othonir, Othonyr. See O'Toner.

O'Tierny, Otyernayd, Malachy, layman, usurping possession of certain lands belonging to the episcopal mensa of Kilfenora, 206.

-, Otyernay, Odo, vicar of Kilmainemore, resignation of, 331.

-, -, to be vicar of St. Nicholas', Galway, 333, 334.

-, Otyerernay, Otyernay, Thady, vicar of Ross, cos. Galway and Mayo, to be vicar of Kilmainemore also, 331, 332.

O'Toner, Otonir, John, a canon of Elphin, holding a moiety of the tithes of Oran in place of a prebend, papal mandatary, 187, 304, 305.

-, -, to be vicar of Kilmacowen, 305, 306.

-, Othomyr, Othonir, Othonyr, Thady, priest, vicar of Kilmacteige, and a litigant therefor, provision to, 587.

-, -, reservation of a benefice for, 607.

-, -, collation of a reserved benefice to, 607.

Otterburn, Ottirburn, John, archpriest of Dunbar, papal mandatary, 484, 659.

Ottery St. Mary, St. Mary Otery [co. Devon], collegiate church, John precentor of. See Combe.

Ottirburn. See Otterburn.

Otto and Ottobon, sometime papal legates in England, constitutions of, 66, 181, 193 (bis), 369, 570 note, 571 note, 616, 628, 629, 663 note.

Otuhayd, Malachy, late rector of Airteach, 187.

Otybayn, David. See de Burgo.

Otyerernay, Otyernay, Otyernayd. See O'Tierny.

Oughaval, co. Mayo. See Murrisk.

Oughtmama, Uictmama [co. Clare], vicarage of, 244, 245.

Ouse, river [co. York], 62.

Outethorn. See Owthorne.

Overay, Thomas, rector of Cheddon Fitzpaine, dispensation to, 517.

Overton, Robert, prior of St. Martin of the New Work, Dover, dispensations to, 608, 674, 675.

Oviedo, Ovetensis [Spain], bishop of, papal mandatary, 429, 453, 462.

Ovinlanaill. See Omulavaill.

Owrassall, Iwrassall, John, archdeacon of Cork, resignation of, 395.

Owthorne, Outethorn [co. York, E.R.], parish church of, appropriated to the abbot and convent of Kirkstall, award concerning the vicar's portion etc. of, to be confirmed, 200.

-, Robert Mapilton, vicar of, 200.

Oxborough, Oxburgh [co. Norfolk], rectory of, 522.

Oxford, Oxenford, Oxonia, Oxonien [sis], [co. Oxford], archdeacon of, papal mandatary, 368.

-, Fulc archdeacon of. See Bermingham.

-, archdeaconry of, visitation of churches etc. in, 368.

-, Augustinian hospital of St. John the Baptist without the cast gate, master or warden of, manner of election of, 69.

-, -, Richard master or warden of. See Wyse.

-, -, brethren of. See Heyes, Robert; Rede, Walter; Selam, John; Vobe, John.

-, -, licence for the suppression of, and its appropriation to a new college [i.e. Magdalen College], 69, 70.

-, Carmelite Friars’ house, brother of. See Miluerton, John.

-, parish church of St. Martin, rectory of, 100, 522.

-, parish church of St. Michael the Archangel at the south gate, rectory of, 521.

-, parish church of St. Peter in the East, vicarage of, 549.

-, precinct of the town of, 69.

-, Magdalen College, licence for the foundation of, 69, 70.

-, New College, college of St. Mary of Winchester, fellow of. See Heyward, Richard.

-, Oriel College, the king's college called ‘Criell (sic) College,’ provost of. See Sampson, Henry.

-, university of, 148 note.

-, -, bachelor of decrees of, 94.

-, -, graduate of, 568.

-, -, lecturer on canon law in, 592.

-, -, licence for a priest to lecture in laws in, 126.

-, -, member of, 52.

-, -, precinct of, 69.

-, -, students of, 148, 173, 203, 292, 345, 368, 517, 570.

-, -, English, Scotch, Welsh and Irish students of the Cistercian order to be sent to, 557 note.

-, Kuddelington near. See Kidlington.

-, John earl of. See de Vere.

Oxonia , written in error Exonia, 557note.

Oxonien [sis], an error for Exonien[sis], 30, 342, 596, 653 note.

-, written in error Auxonen[sis], 570 note.

-, written in error Exonien[sis], 69, 517 note.

Oxorien [sis], a mistake for Ossorien[sis], 466.

Oyne, Wyn [co. Aberdeen], a prebend in Aberdeen, 414.