Index of Persons and Places
T, U, V

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'Index of Persons and Places: T, U, V', Calendar of Papal Registers Relating to Great Britain and Ireland, Volume 11: 1455-1464 (1921), pp. 859-868. URL: http://british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=103790 Date accessed: 19 September 2014.


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Tadmarton, Tadmerton [co. Oxford], rectory of, 534.

Taghsheenod, co. Longford. See Abbeyderg.

Tampolmonin. See Limerick, St. Munchin's.

Tanadas. See Tannadice.

Tanfeld, John, priest, a monk of Furness, dispensation to, 92.

Tannadice, Tanadas, Tanncdes [co. Forfar], rectory of, 440, 458.

Tanner, Richard, rector of St. Mary's, Beddington, dispensation to, 664.

Tannodes. See Tannadice.

Tapton, Hugh, chancellor of Lincoln, consent of, to a change in the prebend annexed to that dignity, 525.

-, John, a canon of Lincoln, dispensation to, 621, 622.

Tarbolton, co. Ayr. See Fail.

Tarragona, Terraconen [sis], [Spain], province of, 165 note.

Tartarinis , Tartorinis, Jo. de, 158, 393, 415, 428, 444 et passim to page 695.

Taunton, Taunten [co. Somerset], archdeacon of, papal mandatary, 547.

-, Robert archdeacon of. See Stillington.

-, Augustinian priory, prior of, suit against, 241.

Tavistock, Tavistoke, Tavystok, Tovystok [co. Devon], Benedictine abbey, abbot of, complaint made by, 603.

-, -, chapel dependent upon. See St. Elidius, Scilly.

-, vicarage of, 641.

Tawere, Simon, rector of Handborough, dispensation to, 673.

Taylard, William, gentleman, witness, 615.

Taylor, Paul, priest, indult to, 186.

Tayloue (? rectius Taylour), Paul, priest, to be a notary public, 281.

Teadhsaghsan. See Tisaxon.

Techmucuo. See Timogue.

Telgruc [Finistère, France], rectory of, 458 note.

Templeboy, co. Sligo. See Aughris.

Templemurry, co. Mayo. See Rathfran.

Templeport, Ynisbrethmayth alias Tempullatuyrth [co. Cavan], vicarage of, 219.

Templetogher, de Calseto [co. Galway], vicarage of, 223.

Tempullatuyrth. See Templeport.

Tenhem. See Teynham.

Tenos, Tinen [sis], [in the Aegean sea], John bishop of. See Valens.

Teramo. See Theramo.

Terleti (spelt Carleti in Vol. IX. p. 197), Terneciolini, Alexander, clerk, rector of Kilchoman, and a litigant therefor, 109.

-, -, deprivation of, 262, 480.

Termonbarry, the lands de Termto, Terranto, or the parish church of Gluoncorpi [co. Roscommon], rectory of, 407.

Termonmaguirk, Termuin Cuman, Termun Cuminn, Termunncummin [co. Tyrone], vicarage of, 276, 282.

Termto , rectory of the lands de. See Termonbarry.

Termuin Cuman, Termun Cuminn, Termunncummin. See Termonmaguirk.

Terneciolini. See Terleti.

Terni, Interamnen [sis], Interannen [sis], [Italy], Francis bishop of. See de Coppinis.

Térouane, Morinen [sis], [Pas-deCalais, France], Henry bishop of. See de Lotharingia.

-, dean of, 497.

-, provost of, 497.

-, canons of, 497.

-, chapter of, 497.

-, clergy of the diocese of, objection of, to the payment of a subsidy, 497.

-, citizens of, enmity of the English towards, 446, 471.

-, city and diocese of, indults for the exaction of a subsidy from all ecclesiastics beneficed in, 446, 447, 471.

-, episcopal mensa of, 446, 471.

-, episcopal palace etc. of, 471.

Terraconen [sis]. See Tarragona.

Terranto , rectory of the lands de. See Terinonbarry.

Tetbury, Tettburiy [co. Gloucester], William Miluuym vicar of, 365.

Teviotdale, Tevdalia, Theuidalia, Thevidalia, Patrick archdeacon of. See Home.

-, William archdeacon of. See Croyser.

-, archdeaconry of, right of jurisdiction in, 691–3.

Tewkesbury, Tewkysbury [co. Gloucester], Benedictine abbey of St. Mary, abbot and convent of, petition of, 42.

-, -, abbot and monks of, bound to celebrate masses for the souls of its founders, 42.

-, -, appropriation of the rectory of Sherston Magna to, 43.

-, -, founders of, burialplace of, 42.

-, -, Henry [Beauchamp], duke of Warwick, and Cecily his wife, benefactors of, 42.

Tey, Robert, layman, to be dispensed to marry, 55.

-, -, his mother, godmother of Elizabeth Knevet, 55.

Teynham, Tenhem [co. Kent], chapel called the chantry of, 622.

-, -, foundation statutes of, 622, 623.

Thame [co. Oxford], a prebend in Lincoln, 148.

Thame, William, archdeacon of St. Davids, 179 note.

Thankerton, Thancarton [now united to Covington, co. Lanark], rectory of, 506, 507.

Theleuall, Robert, rector of Alverdiscott, dispensation to, confirmed, 23.

Theramo, Teramo, master Gaspar de, a papal chaplain and auditor, 71, 484.

-, -, papal commissary, 537.

Therunda , Thurunda, L., 4, 19, 42, 85, 90, 100, 120, 190, 429, 454, 471, 508, 606, 617, 620, 625, 633, 634, 657, 674, 690, 694.

Theuidalia , Thevidalia. See Teviotdale.

Thiri. See Tyri.

Thokynton. See Tockington.

Tholee, Tholie. See Tullagh.

Thomas, Reginald, rector of SS. Peter and Paul, Swanscombe, dispensation to, 625.

Thomfyndlocha. See Tomfinlough.

Thoresby, William, chaplain of a chantry in Lincoln cathedral, dispensation to, 175.

Thormanby, Thormondby [co. York, N.R.], rectory of, 522.

Thorndon [co. Suffolk], rectory of, 157.

Thorne, John, abbot of Reading, rehabilitation of, 647, 648.

Thorneham, Thornehim. See Thornham.

Thorneton, Master Robert, vicar of Silkstone, assent of, to a change in the constitution of that vicarage, 139.

Thorney [in Thorney abbey parish, co. Cambridge], Benedictine abbey, abbot of, John Hunt to be exempt from, 537.

-, -, monks of. See Hunt, John; Wisbeche, John.

Thornham, Thorneham, Thornehim [co. Kent], parish church of, appropriated to Combwell priory, union of, with Aldington, confirmed, 66, 67.

-, See also Aldington.

Thornham, Richard, alleged clerk, 121.

Thorpe, Thorppe, Robert, an Augustinian canon of Carlisle, dispensations to, 195, 567.

-, Thorp, Thomas, a Carmelite friar, of the city of Norwich, dispensation to, 150.

-, Thomas, a monk of Kirkstead, dispensation to, 112.

Thuncen ., in the diocese of Constance, church of SS. Felix and Regula, canon of. See Hope, Thomas.

-, -, prebend in, reserved, 86.

-, -, provostship of, 85.

Thurgarton, Turgharton [co. Nottingham], Augustinian priory, canon of. See Byngham, John.

Thurston, master John, archdeacon of Colchester, a witness, 49, 49 note.

Thurunda . See Therunda.

Tibbermore, Tisbirtunie, Tybyrmure, Tywermovr [co. Perth], vicarage of, 282.

Tiber, river, hospital of S. Spirito upon. See Rome.

-, patrimony of St. Peter on this side of, 19 note, 40, 41.

Tibur . See Tivoli.

Tickhill, Tyckhul [co. York, W.R.], honour of, parcel of the duchy of Lancaster, 526.

Timogue, Techmucuo [Queen's county], vicarage of, 250, 251.

Tinen [sis]. See Tenos.

Tinolouden (rectius Linclouden). See Lincluden.

Tipperary, Tyberrary alias Tybriudarruid [co. Tipperary], vicarage of, united with the rectory of Bruis, 246.

Tiptoft, John or John de, earl of Worcester, a kinsman of king Henry VI, high constable of England, chaplains of. See Hurlegh, John; and Martini, Richard.

-, -, indult to, 539.

-, -, petitions of, 538, 596, 621, 622, 629 (bis), 683.

-, -, safe-conduct for, 580.

Tisaxon, Teadhsaghsan [co. Cork], rectory of, 392.

Tisbirtunie. See Tibbermore.

Tivoli, Tibur [Italy], papal letters dated at, 425–8, 436, 486, 487, 489, 491–3, 495, 496, 499, 508, 595, 597, 599–601, 601 note, 602, 641, 646, 650, 651, 660, 683, 687–91, 695.

Tockington, Thokynton [in Olveston parish, co. Gloucester], free chapel of, 568.

Toll, John, clerk, safe-conduct for him and his retinue, 535.

-, John, priest, indult to, 537.

Toller, Thomas, a monk of Bindon abbey, dispensation to, 628.

Tollesbury, Collesburi, Collesbury [co. Essex], Thomas Wylford vicar of, 517.

Tombrygb, Robert, late archdeacon of Ossory, 400.

Tomfinlough, Thomfyndlocha [co. Clare], vicarage of, 249.

Tomgraney, Tongrenyd [co. Clare], a prebend in Killaloe, 209.

Tomydo, Richard, lord of Treable; indult to, 228.

-, -, his wife, 228.

Tonard, Robert, a monk of Swineshead, dispensation to, 520.

Tone. See Toone.

Tongen . See Tunguen.

Tongrenyd. See Tomgraney.

Tongues , Tumges, Tunges, Tungues, Ni. de, 393, 432, 460, 461, 474, 489, 563, 572, 580, 641, 642, 650, 651.

-, -, papal registers rubricated by, 196 note, 313 note.

Toomyvara, Eaglaysandenoyc [in Aghnameadle parish, co. Tipperary], vicarage of, 415.

Toone, Tone, Richard, archdeacon of the East Riding, vicar-general of William [Bothe], archbishop of York, and official of York, appropriation made by, 62, 63.

-, -, intervention of, in a suit, 129, 160.

-, -, monition of, 161.

Torcello, Torcellan [us], [Venice, Italy], bishop of, papal mandatary, 159, 331.

Torger, Torgir, William, clerk, de facto vicar of Ballingarry [in the barony of Connello Upper, co. Limerick], and a litigant therefor, 327, 328.

-, -, death of, 75.

Torkesey, Corbosen, Corkesey, Turkey, John, prior of the hospital of St. Mary without Bishopgate, [London,] rector of Mareham le Fen and a subcollector of the papal Camera in the diocese of London, dispensations to, 155, 369.

Torkilli, John, late abbot of Mons Sanctus, 311.

Tormoham, co. Devon. See Torre.

Torre[in Tormoham parish, co. Devon], Premonstratensian abbey of the Holy Trinity, abbot and convent of, petition of, 343.

-, -, canons of. See Hamond, William; Harreys, John.

-, -, dangerous situation of, 93.

-, -, parish churches appropriated to, to be served by their own canons, 343.

Torrente, James de, clerk, of Barcelona, proctor of Vincent Clementis, 462.

Tortosa, Dertusensis [Spain], official of, papal mandatary, 462.

Totnes, Tottonia [co. Devon], archdeacon of, official of. See Ihon, Richard.

Touker, John, a notary public, absolution to, 106.

-, John, layman, indult to, 543.

-, -, Joan his wife, 543.

Tounstalle. See Townstall.

Tournai [Belgium], bishop of, papal mandatary, 447.

Tovystok. See Tavistock.

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

Towris, John, layman, to be dispensed to marry, 157.

Tracton, de Albotractu [co. Cork], Cistercian abbey of St. Mary, abbot of, papal mandatary, 392, 394.

Trag, Richard. See Crag.

Trailtrow, Traltrole [in Cummertrees parish, co. Dumfries], poor hospital of, William master of. See Heris.

Trap. See Draper.

Trapezuntius , Trapezantius, Trapezuncius, A., 20, 76, 122, 405, 447, 448, 450, 453, 454, 459, 485, 601, 649, 650, 655, 658, 660, 661, 663, 664, 688.

-, Trapezuncius, G., 228, 296, 297, 298, 361, 362.

Treable, Tresawell [in Cheriton Bishop, co. Devon], Richard Tomydo lord of, 228.

Treceren [sis], Trecorensis. See Tréguier.

Tredesnam. See Tryermain.

Tredington, Tredyngton [co. Worcester], parish church of St. Gregory, rectory of, 150.

Treffgondern, Treffgonderii, in the diocese of St. Pol-de-Léon, vicarage of, 458 note.

Tréguier, Trecorensis [Côtes-duNord, France], archdeacon of, papal mandatary, 427.

Tréguier (or Troyes), Treceren [sis], archdeacon of, papal mandatary, 602.

Treguran, John, of the university of Oxford, indult to, 52.

Tregury, Michael, archbishop of Dublin, unlawfully detaining possession of a canonry of St. Patrick's, Dublin, and the prebend of Lusk, 211.

Trent, Tridentin [us], [Tirol, Austria], diocese of, 91.

Trentham[co. Stafford], Augustinian priory of St. Mary and All Saints, canon of. See Haukini, John.

Tresawell. See Treable.

Treuerde, Richard Byllyon lord of, 118 note.

Treuio , Trevio, Triuio, T. de, 34, 178, 392, 394, 404, 410, 412, 437, 449, 452, 454, 455, 465, 577, 627, 628, 630.

Treves [Rheinland, Germany], province of, 31.

Trevio . See Treuio.

Trewen, John, vicar of Sutton Valence, dispensation to, 662.

Triburnen [sis]. See Kilmore.

Tricarico, Tricaricensis, Tricarien [sis], [Italy], bishop of, papal mandatary, 462, 596.

Tridentin [us]. See Trent.

Tri [es], papal registers rubricated by, 248 note, 280 note.

Trim, Trym [co. Meath], parish church of St. Patrick, rectory of, 85.

-, Augustinian abbey of St. Peter (sic), canon of. See White, Adam.

Tristolldiarmod. See Castledermot.

Triuio.. See Treuio.

Troy, Thomas, a canon of Ossory, and prebendary of Freshford, charges against, 344, 345.

Troyes (or Tréguier). See Tréguier.

Tryermain, Tredesnam [in Walton parish, co. Cumberland], Roland Vaus lord of, 130.

Trykhyll. See Goodringhill.

Trym. See Trim.

Tuam [co. Galway], province of, 684.

-, archbishop of, canon appointed by, 255.

-, -, dispensation granted by, 223.

-, -, papal letters to, 341, 357.

-, -, papal mandatary, 266, 428, 619, 646, 694.

-, -, provision of benefices in the collation of, 488.

-, -, rights of, saved, 295, 343, 460, 461.

-, Donatus archbishop of. See O'Murray.

-, dean of, papal mandatary, 244, 331, 475.

-, archdeacon of, papal mandatary, 208, 331.

-, Raymundus or Redmond provost of. See Bermingham.

-, Redmond late provost of. See Membrosus (sic).

-, Richard provost of. See de Burgo.

-, Thomas provost of. See MacEgan.

-, canons of. See Angulo, Thomas de; Burgo, Edmundus de; Burgo, John de; Exonis, Jordan de; Macbressim, Thomas; Maccassarlay, Dermit; Machelonyn, Thomas; Obarcdy, Richard; Oberra, Lewis; O'Brien, Thady; O'Brien, Thomas; Oculean, John; Oconnalta, Thomas; Oconrith, Rory; Ocorcrayn, William; O'Flaherty, Matthew; Ofloynd, Bernard; Ohanly, Thady; Olemayn, Donatus; Omibili, Odo; Omullamna, David; O'Murray, Eugenius; O'Murray, Thyeus; Oruagrid, Thady; Oruayn, Thomas; Oruili, Odo; Oscara, Dermit; Stantona, Edmund de.

-, prebends in:—

Balla.

Kilmeen.

Umall, Upper and Lower, small churches of.

-, chapter of, provision of benefices in the collation of, 488.

-, cathedral church of, nonresidence of a canon in, 486.

-, city and diocese of, intimidation in, 217, 619.

-, Premonstratensian abbey of the Holy Trinity, abbot of, papal mandatary, 294, 407, 461.

-, Augustinian abbey of St. John the Evangelist, abbot of, papal mandatary, 432, 437, 451, 454, 459, 461, 473, 628.

-, -, William abbot of, petition of, 428.

-, -, abbatial mensa of, appropriation of the vicarage of the parish church called Tempull na Scrine in Tuam to, 428.

-, -, prior of, 428.

-, -, canon of. See Burgo, Richard Ruffus de.

-, -, canons of, poverty of, 428.

-, parish church of Strin (i.e. Tempull na Scrine) alias of the Relics of St. Iarlath, St. Jedahey, vicarage of, to be appropriated to the abbatical mensa of St. John the Evangelist, Tuam, 428.

-, -, proviso regarding the celebration of divine offices in, 428.

-, William Olachnayn of, 491. Tuam alias Mayo, prebend in:—Balla.

Tulach. See Tulla.

Tulach, Tuloch, Andrew, sometime a canon of Caithness and prebendary of Canisbay, 476.

-, Tulacht, Andrew de, late precentor of Moray, 257.

-, Tullouch, Robert, late provost of Methven, 494.

-, Thomas de, bishop of Ross [in Scotland], collation made by, while under sentence of the greater excommunication, 257.

-, -, certain fruits etc. of Urquhart priory detained by, 288.

-, -, cause brought against, 288.

-, Tuloch, Thomas, sometime treasurer of Caithness, 246.

-, Tuloch, William, clerk, treasurer of Caithness, to have collation afresh of that dignity, 246, 247.

Tulachbroke. See Tullabracky.

Tulacht. See Tulach.

Tulla, Tulach [co. Clare], a prebend in Killaloe, 247, 356, 357.

Tulla, Upper and Lower, baronies of, co. Clare. See Ogashin.

Tullabracky, Tulachbroke [co. Limerick], a prebend in Limerick, 351, 354.

Tullagh, Tholee, Tholie [co. Cork], rectory of the ecclesiastical fee of, 56. rectory of the ecclesiastical

-, rectory of the rural fees of, 56.

Tullouch. See Tulach.

Tully, Robert [bishop-]elect of St. Davids, assent of, to the assignment of a pension on the fruits of that see, 411.

Tuloch. See Tulach.

Tumges . See Tongues.

Tungen . See Tunguen.

Tunges . See Tongues.

Tunguen , Tongen, Tungen, Tungrien, N., 403, 406, 407, 409, 410, 435, 565–72, 575–7, 579, 672, 673, 686, 689.

Tungues . See Tongues.

Tunstal, John, lord of Fledborough, indult to, 131.

-, -, Catherine his wife, 131.

Turgharton. See Thurgarton.

Turkey, Scotsmen fighting in, 590.

Turkey. See Torkesey.

Turks, the, assembly appointed by Pius II for resisting, 675.

-, defence and expedition against, 31, 32, 640, 647.

-, -, preparations for, 21.

-, -, help sought from England for, 19, 20, 676.

-, payments in aid of the enterprise against, to be made for indulgences etc., 37.

-, plenary remission granted to penitents giving alms for the repelling of, 386, 387.

-, preparation of a fleet against, 401.

-, -, efforts of Anthony Ferrarii towards, 387.

-, -, money lent for, 26.

-, provision of money for the armies against, 412.

-, Scotsmen fighting against, 590.

-, a tenth of all ecclesiastical benefices imposed for the purpose of resisting, and for the recovery of Constantinople, 20, 59, 80.

-, -, collectors of, 19 note, 20 note, 36, 40.

-, three years' war against, proclaimed, 402.

-, vows to fight against, 173.

Turnbull, Turnbur, Robert, clerk, a canon of Glasgow and prebendary of Cardross, 34.

-, William, bishop of Glasgow, collation made by and resignation made to, 413.

-, -, commissaries of, for the execution of a papal mandate, 439.

-, -, resignation admitted by, 303.

-, -, death of, 270.

-, Turnbul, Turribul, William, donsel, patron (for two out of three turns) of the rectory of Minto, William Twedy presented by, 205.

Turnbur, Robert. See Turnbull.

Turnor, William, notary public, absolution etc. for bigamy granted to, 547, 548.

Turpyn, Robert, priest, rector of Claxby, dispensation to, 673.

Turrecremata (fn. 1) , John de, cardinal priest of St. Sixtus', papal mandatary, 12.

Turribul. See Turnbull.

Tuscanis ,A. de 197, 238, 259.

Twedy, Twedi, William, clerk, a litigant for the rectory of Minto, 205.

Twynham. See Christchurch.

Twynholm, co. Kirkcudbright. See Kirkchrist.

Twynnyo, William, lord of Keyford, indult to, 228.

-, -, Ankareta his wife, 228.

Twysse, John, chaplain of the chantry of William Copston, in St. Michael's, Coventry, dispensation to, 4.

-, -, proctor of the prior and convent of Coventry, 83.

Tyberrary alias Tybriudarrui (i.e. Tiobraid-Aran). See Tipperary.

Tybyrmure. See Tibbermore.

Tyckhul. See Tickhill.

Tyde, Richard, rector of Leverton, dispensation to, 105.

Tyler, Thomas, abbot of Keynsham, indult to, 297.

Tylney, Thomas, priest, a Friar Preacher, dispensation to, 162.

Tyri, John, clerk, chancellor of St. Andrews, proposed resignation of, 447, 448.

-, Thiri, Tyry, John, clerk, rector of Lyne, sometime vicar of Dundee and a litigant for that vicarage, 38, 483, 679.

-, -, proctor of. See Forster, Gilbert.

Tywermovr. See Tibbermore.

U

Ucarnean, See Ocarnean.

Udey, Robert, rector of St. Ervan, dispensation to, 106.

Ufton, Olouhton, Otowhton [co. Warwick], a prebend in Lichfield, 57, 60.

Uictmama. See Oughtmama.

Uist, Oist, island of [co. Inverness], Alwascal in, 286.

Ullard, Illard [co. Carlow], a prebend in Leighlin, 267.

Umall, Upper, Uachtarach, [now the barony of Murrisk, co. Mayo], rectory of the rural lands of, 454.

-, Upper and Lower, Uacdararac (sic) and Ychdarach [an ancient division represented by the baronies of Murrisk and Burrishoole, co. Mayo], small churches of, a prebend in Tuam, 477.

Ungare. See Ballingarry, in the barony of Ormond Lower, co. Tipperary.

Uphall, Strabok [co. Linlithgow], a prebend in St. Mary Hugh, St. Andrews, 453.

Upton, William, a monk of Winchcomb, dispensation to, 586.

Upton Scudamore, Upton Escudemore [co. Wilts], rectory of, 595.

Urban V, restrictions placed upon papal chaplains by, 188, 683 (bis).

Urban VI, letters of, exemplified and confirmed or renewed, 7, 8, 143.

Urbevetan [us]. See Orvieto.

Urbino , A. de, 28, 164, 186, 420 et passim to page 688.

Urbs . See Rome.

Urchard. See Urquhart.

Urgel, Vrgellen [sis], [Lerida, Spain], Arnoldus bishop of. See Rogerius.

Urnaigi [? in the parish of Bumlin, co. Roscommon], tithes of, 35.

Urney, Mumayr, Nurnagy [co. Cavan], parish church of St. Bridget, vicarage of, 214, 313.

Urquhart, Urchard [co. Elgin], Benedictine priory, annexed to Pluscardine priory, parish church united to. See Dingwall.

Urr, co. Kirkcudbright. See Blakat.

Ursewyke, Katherine, indult to, 131.

Usburn, Thomas, priest, a brother and master of the hospital of St. Leonard alias St. Peter, York, dispensations to, 515, 663.

Utrecht [Holland], official of, faculty to, 549.

-, cathedral church, scolasticus of, papal mandatary, 325.

-, collegiate church of St. John, dean of, papal mandatary, 325.

-, collegiate church of St. Mary, collation of a canonry and prebend of, 325.

-, John bishop of Cork residing in, 325.

uuilhelmi (i.e. Wiltshire), James earl of. See Butler.

V

Valante, Humphrey de, priest, instituted to the rectory of Newlands, 395, 396.

Valencia, Valentinus [Spain], Rodrigo (Rodericus), bishop of. See de Lanzol-Borja.

-, official of, papal mandatary, 23 note.

-, John provost of. See Lanzol.

-, Vincent provost of. See Clementis.

-, Bartholomew de facto provost (for the month of November) of. See Pascasii.

-, Francis provost (for the month of November) of. See Berengarii.

-, Peter provost (for the month of November) of. See de Artes.

-, Vincent provided provost (for the month of November) of. See Clementis.

-, canons of, houses appointed for, 545.

-, canons of. See Artes, Peter de; Berengarii, Francis; Clementis, Vincent, Cruelles, Francis; Lanzol, John; Pas casii, Bartholomew; Pela grini, John; Romei, Peter; Rouira, Bartholomew.

-, chapter of, collations of canons' houses made by, 545.

-, church of, statutes of, derogation from, 545.

-, abbey of St. Bernard without the walls, abbot of, papal mandatary, 505.

-, -, John abbot of. See Falcus.

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

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

-, houses in, appointed for the canons of Valencia, 545.

-, kingdom of, papal nuncios in. See Pontius de Fouelleto, William; and Soler, John.

Valens, John, an Augustinian canon, bishop of Tenos in partibus infidelium, and rector of Lydeard St. Laurence, dispensation to, 624, 625.

Valentinus . See Valencia.

Vale Royal, Vallis Regallis [co. Chester], Cistercian abbey of St. Mary, Thomas abbot of. See Kirkham.

Valle , in the diocese of Vienne, Augustinian priory de, Peter prior of. See Poyciaci.

Valle, Master Peter de, a papal chaplain and auditor, papal commissary, 129, 160, 161.

-, Dall', Robert de, clerk, a canon of Limerick and prebendary of Tullabracky, and vicar of Corcomohide, provisions to, 351, 354.

-, Simon de, a papal chaplain and auditor, a litigant respecting a parish church in the diocese of Albi, 574 note.

-, -, sentence of, 668.

Valle salutis , abbey de. See Baltinglass.

Vallis Regallis , abbey. See Vale Royal.

Val-Saint-Georges, Vallis Sancti Georgii [Nièvre, comm. Pouques, France], Carthusian house of St. Mary, Lewis prior of. See Gazeti.

Valtrim, John, a member of the household of William Gray, bishop of Ely, and a papal referendary, safe-conduct for, 5.

Vance, Vauce, William, archdeacon of Worcester, dispensation to, 601.

-, -, indult to, 297.

Vange, Fange [co. Essex], parish church of All Saints, rectory of, 671.

Vardal. See Wardale.

Varris, P. de, secretary and registrator, 196 et passim to page 362.

-, -, additions and corrections made by, 196 note, 204 note, 206 note, 209 note, 219 note, 227 note, 239 note, 257 note, 260 note, 270 note, 280 note, 282 note, 293 note, 295 note, 335 note, 342 note, 344 note, 345 note, 350 note, 360 note.

-, -, hands registers to the rubricatores, 196 note, 204 note, 205 note, 211 note, 229 note, 236 note, 242 note, 248 note, 256 note, 264 note, 278 note, 280 note, 287 note, 289 note, 293 note, 299 note, 311 note, 313 note, 317 note, 318 note, 331 note, 349 note.

Vatirfordien [sis]. See Waterford.

Vatson. See Watson.

Vauce. See Vance.

Vaus, Martin, clerk, a litigant for the provostship of Hamilton, 439.

-, -, proctor of. See Ryrik, Gilbert de.

-, -, renunciation made by, 439.

-, Vause, Roland, lord of Tryermain, indult to, 130.

-, -, Joan his wife, 130.

-, Wause, Wausi, Thomas or Thomas de, a member of the household and first secretary of James II, king of Scots, vicar of Symington, afterwards dean of Glasgow and dean of Ross [in Scotland], provided to a canonry of Aberdeen and the prebend of Cruden and [bishop-]elect of Whiteherne, 305.

-, -, faculty for the consecration of, 310.

-, -, grant to, 600.

-, -, oath of fealty etc. of, 376.

-, -, proctor of. See Ryrik, Gilbert de.

-, -, provisions to, 271, 272, 375, 376.

-, -, provision of the bishopric of Whiteherne to, 310.

-, -, renunciation of his right to present to the provostship of Hamilton made by, 439.

-, -, Martin Vaus presented to the provostship of Hamilton by, 439.

-, -, violent hands laid upon, by William Lindsay, in the Roman court, 600.

Vaynfflete. See Waynflete.

Veir. See Weir.

Veneriis , Venereis,A. de, 10, 12, 30, 31, 53, 54, 85, 93, 94, 95, 97, 98, 99, 130, 131, 132, 133, 137, 142, 143, 145, 154, 193, 547.

Veneriis , Jo. de, 486, 488, 491, 507, 608, 651, 661, 670, 671, 674, 678, 698.

Venice [Italy], citizen of, and his three sons, indult to, 544.

Vercelli [Novara, Italy], abbey of St. Andrew, Augustinus abbot of, papal nuncio in England, Wales and Ireland, safe-conduct for, 511.

Verdale. See Wardale.

Vere, Ver, George, clerk, son of John Vere, earl of Oxford, dispensation and indult to, 546.

-, Ver, Weer, John or John de, earl of Oxford, Oxenford, chaplain of. See Hettinggham, John.

-, -, son of. See Vere, George.

Vernacis , Leonardus de, institor of the society of the Medici, 405.

-, -, repayment of a loan acknowledged by, 412.

Verney, John, dean of Lichfield, and the chapter thereof, consent of, to an appropriation, 479.

-, -, -, common seal of, 479.

Verona [Italy], bishop of, papal mandatary, 388, 390.

Veronen [sis], Gaspar, 6.

Veschanam (rectius Westhanam).

See Hanham.

Veyr. See Weir.

Vheler, Joan, to be dispensed to marry, 24.

-, -, child of, godmother to, 24.

Vhetehill, Richard, nobleman, of Calais, indult to, 592.

-, -, Joan his wife, 592.

Vich, Vicensis [Spain], official of, papal mandatary, 546.

Vili. See Wyly.

Villafontis (rectius Villa Pontis), priory of. See Bridgetown.

Villafontis Sancti Patricii , abbey of. See Ballintober.

Villapontis , priory of. See Bridgetown.

Villa Sancti Neoti . See St. Neots.

Villianson (rectius Villiamson). See Williamson.

Vily. See Wyly.

Vincon (? rectius Vinton), James de, vicar of Lasswade, dispensation to, 287.

Viscaya . See Biscay.

Visee. See Devises.

Viterbio , A. de, 455.

-, Jacobus de, 49, 51, 52, 59, 119, 121—4, 130, 188.

Viterbo [province of Rome, Italy], papal letters dated at, 445, 446, 452, 459, 460, 471, 473, 585, 607, 625, 631, 636.

-, reservation by death at, 400.

Vivianis, Luke de, a canon of Ferentino, papal mandatary, 73, 74, 410.

Vobe, John, a brother of the hospital of St. John the Baptist, Oxford, dispensation to, 70.

Vode. See Spiser.

Volterra [Pisa, Italy], bishop of, papal mandatary, 47.

Votton Fitzpayn. See Wootton Fitzpaine.

Voyklban (rectius Wykwan). See Wickwane.

Vrgellen [sis]. See Urgel.

Vulsena, Angelus de, a Friar Minor, a nuncio and collector of the tenth for the crusade against the Turks, 19 note, 40.

Vulterris , Gerardus de, 413, 462 note, 463.

-, -, an auditor of the Camera, 446.

-, -, a notary of the apostolic Camera, 59.

-, -, addition and correction made by, 47 note.

-, -, cancellations made by, 462 note, 463.

-, -, memorandum in the handwriting of, 405.

-, -, present at the taking of an oath, 684.

-, Wlterris, Wulterris, Jo. de, 11 et passim to page 193, 365 et passim to page 387, 513 et passim to page 574, 681.

Vuna , H. de, 74, 172.

Vuncan (or Buncan), John, priest, appointed a papal chaplain, 188.

Vyly. See Wyly.

Vyppysnade. See Whipsnade.

Vythian, John, rector of Llanbrynmair, dispensation to, 367.


Footnotes

1John de Turrecremata was translated to the cardinalate under the title of St. Mary trans Tiberim in 1446, but this papal mandatary is probably he under his former title.