Lateran Regesta 838
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'Lateran Regesta 838: 1477-1484', Calendar of Papal Registers Relating to Great Britain and Ireland, Volume 13: 1471-1484 (1955), pp. 863-864. URL: http://british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=105212 Date accessed: 24 October 2014.


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Lateran Regesta, Vol. DCCCXXXVIII. (fn. 1)

13 Sixtus IV.

De Diversis.

1484.
7 Kal. July.
(25 June.)
St. Peter's, Rome.
(f. 55v.)
To Henry ap John, rector of All Saints’, Bekyngham, in the diocese of Lincoln, bachelor of decrees. Dispensation to receive and retain for life with the said church one other benefice, and, if he resign the said church any two other benefices, with cure or otherwise incompatible, and to resign them, etc. Litterarum etc. [1 p. +]
17 Kal. June.
(16 May.)
St. Peter's, Rome.
(f. 57v.)
To William Beverley, dean of the free chapel or college of St. George, Wyndesore, in the diocese of Salisbury, bachelor of decrees. Dispensation to him (whom the pope lately dispensed to receive and retain for life with the parish church of Middelhan [sic] in the diocese of York any other benefice, etc., as in the preceding; and who has resigned that church and obtained the above deanery, which is a principal dignity, and the parish church called [the church] of All Saints in le Lumbard streete, London, and who is a counsellor of Richard, king of England), to receive and retain with the said deanery and parish church, or with any other two incompatible benefices, any third benefice with cure or otherwise incompatible, and to resign it, etc., provided that of such three incompatible benefices not more than two be parish churches or perpetual vicarages. Litterarum etc. [1¾ pp.]
[The following is the Summary of a bull of Sixtus IV. which for some unexplained reason was registered in the Registers of his successor, Innocent. VIII. It occurs in ‘Vatican’ Register, DCCXVIII, fol. 216v., and is dated in the sixth year of Sixtus IV., as follows:—]

6 Sixtus IV. (fn. 2)

1477. (fn. 3)
Prid. Id. May.
(14 May.)
St. Peter's, Rome.
(f. 216v.)
To John Barre, dean of Brechin, M.A. Collation and provision of the deanery of Brechin, a major dignity, yearly value not exceeding 40l. sterling, which has become void, and therefore reserved, under the pope's late reservation of all major dignities, void and to become void, because John Spaldin[g? ], when holding it, was monished by master Matthew de Porta, a papal chaplain and auditor, to do in those parts divers things [not specified] contained in the letters of the said Matthew, under penalty of eo ipso excommunication and deprivation of all his benefices, which monition he disobeyed, in contempt of papal authority, thereby incurring the said penalty of deprivation, after which master Anthony de Grassis, also a papal chaplain and auditor (to whom, on account of the said Matthew's absence from the Roman court, the pope committed the having and determining of the said cause), after lawfully summoning the said John to his presence, declared by his definitive sentence, which became a res judicata, that he had incurred the said penalty; with mandate thereby to the bishop of Orte, John Baptista de Ferrariis, a canon of Modena, and the official of Brechin, to induct him, etc. Litterarum Icientia, Vite ac morum. [3¾ pp.]

RUBRICELLE OR BRIEF SUMMARIES OF BULLS WHICH WERE IN THE LOST ‘LATERAN’ REGISTERS OF SIXTUS IV. (fn. 4) EXTRACTED FROM THE FOUR SURVIVING VOLUMES OF THE 18TH CENTURY MS. INDICE IN THE VATICAN ARCHIVES, NUMBERED 332, 333, 334 AND 335. (fn. 5)

Extracts from INDICE, Vol. 332. (fn. 6)

Ann. 1, 2, 3.

Year of pontificate. No. of Liber (Register). No. of folio. Diocese concerned. Persons etc. concerned. Subject.
1 1 13 Saresbirien. Parochiani parochialis ecclesię villę seu loci [de] Bl[e]wbari Leodien. [sic] dięcesis. (fn. 7) Commissio (fn. 8) vigore app(ropriatio)nis.
1 1 189 Sancti Andreę Alexander Haliday Commissio receptionis in religionem. (fn. 9)
1 1 189 Preceptoria regularis [vacans] per obitum.
1 3 183 Duacen. (Kilmacduagh). Joannes Odouchy (? recte Odonchy) Thesauraria[tus] (fn. 10) [vacans] per privationem.
1 3 303 Cloc[h]oren. (Clogher). Malachias Macmahinia (recte Macmahuna). Vicaria parochialis [ecclesie vacans] per obitum.
1 6 1 Saresbirien. Thomas Ielde [sic]. Dispensatio ad [beneficia] incompatibilia.
1 6 32 Wigorinen. [sic]. Joannes Wylyes [sic]. Dispensatio ad incompatibilia.
1 6 37 Thuamen. (Tuam). Joannes Omurehu (recte Omurchu). Vicaria parochialis [ecclesie vacans] certo modo.
1 6 80 Miden. (Meath). Edmundus Magamuran [sic]. Monasterium [vacans] per prefectionem. (fn. 11)
1 6 134 Sancti Andreę Thomas Merschall. Pręceptoria regularis [vacans] per obitum, pro volente profiteri. (fn. 12)
1 6 135 Saresbirien. Clemens Bray. Dispensatio ad incompatibilia.
1 6 199 Lincolinen. [sic]. Joannes Flaya [sic]. Dispensatio ad incompatibilia.
1 6 199 Norwicen. Willelmus Boscenhin (? recte Boscenh[a]m, i.e. Bosham). (fn. 13) Dispensatio ad incompatibilia.
1 6 216 Candide Case (Whiteherne). Incolę burgi de Kukobrie (recte Kirkobrie) Candide Case diocesis. Licentia construendi domum pro usu fratrum minorum conventualium, in forma ‘Rationi congruit.’ (fn. 14) Perpetua.
1 6 222 Eboracen. [—] Darnton. Dispensatio ad incompatibilia.
1 6 232 Conventren. Joannes Hert. Dispensatio ad incompatibilia.
1 6 271 Lincolinen. [sic]. Robertus Yrby. Dispensatio ad incompatibilia.
1 7 44 Lingolinen. [sic]. Riccardus Waltfeld [sic]. Dispensatio ad incompatibilia.
1 7 58 Wigorinen. [sic]. Joannes Mhityngton (recte Whityngton). Dispensatio ad incompatibilia.
1 7 64 Eboracen. Alanus Craunce [sic]. Dispensatio ad incompatibilia.
1 7 66 Exovien. [sic]. Joannes Rober [sic]. Dispensatio ad incompatibilia.
1 7 69 Elphinen. Dermitius Maelfergmal [sic]. Sacristia monasterii [vacans] per obitum.
1 7 90 Norwicen. Guillelmus Halysdon. Dispensatio ad incompatibilia.
1 7 108 Cantuarien. Nicolaus Bocardus Dispensatio ad incompatibilia.
1 7 126 Lingolinen. [sic]. Joannes Leicert [sic]. Dispensatio ad incompatibilia.
1 7 138 Sancti Andreę Alexander Schrymgeour. Absolutio super provisione monasterii. (fn. 15)
1 7 154 Cicestren. Joannes Joye Dispensatio ad incompatibilia.
1 7 228 Lingolinen. [sic]. Joannes Holgate (recte Holgate cum eius uxore. Indultum retinendi altare portatile.
1 7 231 Norwicen. Joannes Morron (or Morrou). (fn. 16) Indultum eligendi confessorem.
1 7 236 Londovien. [sic]. Mariona Jowet. Indultum eligendi confessorem.
1 7 238 Eboracen. Riccardus Bynghem [sic] cum eius uxore. Indultum retinendi altare portatile.
1 7 248 Armachan. Henricus Oneyll. Indultum eligendi confessorem.
1 7 254 Aberdonen. Thomas episcopus Aberdonen. (fn. 17) Indultum eligendi confessorem.
1 7 255 Candide Case (Whiteherne). Villelmus Stewart Indultum retinendi altare portatile.
1 7 255 Exorien. [sic] Joannes Cortenai. Indultum eligendi confessorem.
1 7 257 Eboracen. Joannes Leselosse (? recte Lescrope) cum eius uxore. Indultum eligendi confessorem.
1 7 268 Glasnien. (recte Glasguen.). Georgius Schare [sic]. (fn. 18) Indultum retinendi altare portatile.
1 7 275 Moravien. (Moray). Joannes et Adam Gordon. Indultum eligendi confessorem.
1 7 277 Eboracen. Edmundus Mauleverer. Indultum retinendi altare portatile.
1 10 43 Cloc[h]oren. (Clogher). Philippus Macmathua (? recte Macmachu[n]a). Vicaria [vacans] per privationem.
1 10 106 Aberdonen. Alexander Salvigiour (recte Scrimgiour). Nova provisio vicarię [ecclesie] parochialis in forma ‘Rationi congruit.’ (fn. 19)
1 10 122 Lincolinen. [sic]. Riccardus de Jkelim [sic]. Commissio vigore appellationis. (fn. 20)
1 10 288 Armachan. Joannes Fixholes (recte Foxholes) electus Armachan. (fn. 21) Ecclesia [vacans] per obitum. (fn. 22)
1 10 289 Commissio. (fn. 23)
1 10 305 Lincolinen. [sic]. Thomas episcopus Lincolinen. (fn. 24) Ecclesia [cathedralis vacans] per obitum. (fn. 25)
1 10 307 Commissio. (fn. 26)
1 10 307 Glasgnen. [sic]. Georgius Schard [sic]. (fn. 27) Monasterium [vacans] per cessionem.
1 10 309 Commissio receptionis in religionem. (fn. 28)
1 10 309 Absolutio. (fn. 29)
1 11 47 Sancti Andreę Adam Wieri. Erectio [ecclesie] parochialis in canonicatum, cum illius provisione a primeva erectione.
1 11 52 Glasgnien. [sic]. Constantinus [sic] episcopus. (fn. 30) Pensio.
1 11 52 Sancti Andreę Alexander Schyrimgrour [sic]. Perind(e vale)re. (fn. 31)
1 11 223 Aberdonen. Alexander Stronigrour (recte Scrimgeour). Subrogatio super vicaria perpetua. (fn. 32)
1 12 30 Lincolinen.
[sic].
Joannes Girton. Dispensatio ad incompatibilia.
1 12 44 Norwicen. Thomas Thorley. Dispensatio ad incompatibilia.
1 12 45 Bathonien. Joannes Warke. Dispensatio ad incompatibilia. (fn. 33)
1 12 92 Wigolinen. [sic]. Riccardus Schepard Absolutio ab irregularitate.
1 12 131 Aberdonen. Thomas episcopus Aberdonen. (fn. 34) Absolutio a periurio.
1 12 138 Exovien. [sic]. Thomas Harcii [sic]. Dispensatio ad incompatibilia.
1 12 239 Londovien. (? recte Londonien. or Lodovensis, i.e. Lodève in France.) Thomas San Dispensatio ad incompatibilia.
1 12 333 Meneven. (St. Davids). Hugo Reglan (recte Raglan). (fn. 35) Dispensatio ad incompatibilia.
1 15 66 Londovien. (recte Londonien.). Joannes Bedfordi. Dispensatio ad incompatibilia.
1 15 77 Eboracen. Hugo Bosvile. Dispensatio ad incompatibilia. (fn. 36)
1 15 118 Armachan. Donatus Olucharean. Absolutio.
1 15 127 Dublinen. Joannes electus Dublinen. (fn. 37) Traditio pallii.
1 15 320 Eboracen. Radulphus Racolyff (recte Ratclyff). Dispensatio ad incompatibilia.
1 17 10 Arteferten. Riccardus Sreke (?) (? recte Stake). Vicaria parochialis [ecclesie vacans] certo modo.
1 17 74 Arteferten. Redmundus Fyzmoris. Rectoria parochialis [ecclesie vacans] certo modo.
1 17 173 Laon[i]en. (Killaloe). Cornelius Ogyllamredan. Vicaria [vacans] certo modo.
1 17 308 Corkagen. Donaldus Ochoclayn. Vicaria [vacans] per privationem.
2 1 15 Sancti Andreę. Alexander Schryngeour [sic]. Commissio receptionis in religionem. (fn. 38)
2 1 16 Monasterium [vacans] per obitum.
2 1 18 [Munus]. (fn. 39)
2 1 25 Raffen. (recte Roffen. i.e. Rochester). Joannes electus Raffen. (fn. 40) Ecclesia [cathedralis vacans] per translationem. (fn. 41)
2 1 27 Munus. (fn. 42)
2 1 38 Sancti Andreę. Henricus abbas monasterii de Dunferinlyn [sic] ordinis Sancti Benedicti S. Andreę diec. [sic]. Monasterium [vacans] per obitum.
2 1 40 Commissio. (fn. 43)
2 1 48 Absolutio super provisione monasterii. (fn. 44)
2 1 66 Lismoren. Riccardus Martini electus Lismoren. et Watraforden. [sic]. (fn. 45) Ecclesie [cathedrales] invicem unite [vacantes] per obitum. (fn. 46)
2 1 68 [Munus]. (fn. 47)
2 1 [77? ] Norwicen. Jacobus electus Norwicen. (fn. 48) Ecclesia [cathedralis vacans] per obitum. (fn. 49)
2 1 79 Munus. (fn. 50)
2 1 79 Iodoren. (recte Sodoren.). Augustus (recte Angusius) electus Iodoren. (fn. 51) Ecclesia [cathedralis vacans] per obitum.
2 1 81 [Munus.]. (fn. 52)
2 1 119 Dublinen. Joannes electus Dublinen. (fn. 53) Ecclesia [cathedralis vacans] per obitum. (fn. 54)
2 1 120 Munus. (fn. 55)
2 1 134 Assanen. (recte) Assauen., i.e. St. Asaph). Ricardus electus Assanen. (fn. 56) Ecclesia (cathedralis vacans] per obitum. (fn. 57)
2 1 136 Munus. (fn. 58)
2 1 263 Arteferten. David Scack (recte Stack). Unio vicarię canonicatui ad eius vitam tantum.
2 2 49 Cicestren. Riccardus Majhou (? recte Mayhou or Mayou). Dispensatio ad incompatibilia.
2 2 72 Cicestren. Joannes Trewe. Dispensatio ad incompatibilia.
2 2 87 Moravien. (Moray). Adam Gordon. Dispensatio ad incompatibilia.
2 2 90 Eboracen. Christophorus Persons. Dispensatio ad incompatibilia.
2 2 104 Saresbirien. Joannes Bulse [sic]. Dispensatio ad incompatibilia.
2 2 129 Londovien. [sic]. Joannes Isac. Dispensatio ad incompatibilia.
2 2 130 Lingolinen. Thomas Vest [sic]. (i.e. West). Dispensatio ad incompatibilia.
2 2 151 Conventren. Thomas Saulei et Margaritha. Dispensatio matrimonialis. (fn. 59)
2 2 198 Menenen. (recte Meneuen.). Riccardus Gely. Dispensatio ad incompatibilia.
2 2 221 Eboracen. Beneficia in ecclesia B. Marię de Sowthwell Eboracen. diec. [sic]. Licentia retinendi et recipiendi oblationes et ann[u]alia dictę ecclesię.
Perpetua.
2 2 281 Exovien. [sic]. Joannes Paschaw. Dispensatio ad incompatibilia.
2 2 289 Meneven. Philippus Smyth. Dispensatio ad incompatibilia.
2 3 78 Eboracen. Joannes de Ruton. Dispensatio ad incompatibilia.
2 3 107 Elphinen. Donatus Ybeltunathan [sic] (fn. 60) prior et conuentus monasterii B. Marię de Insula Macheri (recte Macneri) O.S.A. Elphinen. diec. [sic]. Unio [ecclesie] parochialis eidem conuentui.
Perpetua.
2 3 154 Londovien. [sic]. Thomas tituli sancti Ciriaci in T[h]ermis presbyter cardinalis. (fn. 61) Commissio visitandi et corrigendi quoddam monasterium. (fn. 62)
2 3 164 Tuamen. Thomas Ree Monasterium [vacans] per obitum, pro volente profiteri. (fn. 63)
2 3 166 Londovien. [sic]. Joannes Linton. Dispensatio ad incompatibilia.
2 3 181 Fernen. (Ferns). Therentius Miedwill (? recte Micd[o]will). Nova provisio monasterii.
2 3 245 Roffen. (Rochester). Martinus Viris [sic]. Dispensatio ad incompatibilia.
2 3 286 Lincolinen. [sic] Joannes Botiller. Dispensatio ad incompatibilia.
2 3 350 Roffen. (Rochester). Jacobus Coscarella [sic] et Margaritha. Dispensatio matrimonialis.
2 3 365 Dunkelden. Joannes Bonele (? recte Bouele). Dispensatio pro illeg(iti)mo.
2 3 400 Sancti
Andreę.
Patritius (fn. 64) episcopus (fn. 65) S. Andreę. Pensio super monasterio. (fn. 66)
2 4 29 Lingolinen. [sic]. Joannes Gvillermini [sic]. Canonicatus [vacans] per obitum.
2 4 53 Sancti Andreę Patritius archiepiscopus (fn. 67) S. Andreę. Monasterium [vacans] per obitum. (fn. 68)
2 4 54 [Commissio]. (fn. 69)
2 4 156 Alberdonen. [sic]. Alexander Rate. Nova provisio archipresbyteratus.
2 4 178 Exovien. [sic]. Joannes Gryu (? recte Gryn). Indultum retinendi altare portatile.
2 4 181 Norvicen. Joannes Morton. Indultum eligendi confessorem.
2 4 190 Londovien. [sic]. Joannes Leyuton (? recte Leynton). Indultum eligendi confessorem.
2 4 190 Saresbilien. [sic]. Margaritha Hungoford (recte Hungerford). Indultum eligendi confessorem.
2 4 192 Norvicen. Catharina Morella [sic]. Indultum retinendi altare portatile.
2 4 193 Cantaurien. [sic]. Alicia Fogge. Indultum retinendi altare portatile.
2 4 193 Eboracen. Villelmus Rudemane. Indultum retinendi altare portatile.
2 4 193 Norvicen. Thomas Alle. Indultum retinendi altare portatile.
2 4 195 Norvicen. Joannes Jmyth (recte Smyth). Indultum retinendi altare portatile.
2 4 210 Eboracen. Villelmus Holm. Indultum eligendi confessorem.
2 4 213 Norvicen. Robertus Dene. Indultum eligendi confessorem.
2 4 214 Cantuarien. Joannes Goldwen. Indultum retinendi altare portatile.
2 4 214 Londovien. [sic]. Alexander Cressuer (? recte Cressuel). Indultum eligendi confessorem.
2 4 238 Saresbilien. [sic]. Thomas de Ramare [sic]. Indultum retinendi altare portatile.
2 4 239 Wellen. Robertus Hyll. Indultum retinendi altare portatile.
2 4 257 Wellen. Joannes Hawlei. Provisio tabellionatus. (fn. 70)
2 4 269 Lingolinen. [sic]. Stephanus Staturalis [sic]. (fn. 71) Provisio tabellionatus.
2 4 274 Exovien. [sic]. Thomas Acelim [sic]. Provisio tabellionatus.
2 4 275 Lingolinen. Dionisius Moret. Provisio tabellionatus.
2 4 277 Norvicen. Thomas Fuller. Provisio tabellionatus.
2 4 285 Lingolinen. Joannes Louvetia [sic]. (fn. 72) Provisio tabellionatus.
2 4 310 Exovien. [sic]. Villelmus Posse (? recte Pope). Provisio tabellionatus.
2 4 315 Lingolinen. Simon Erle Provisio tabellionatus.
2 4 321 Eboracen. Riccardus Bayli. Provisio tabellionatus.
2 4 324 Norvicen. Robertus Borowe. Provisio tabellionatus.
2 4 327 Norvicen. Thomas Smyth. Provisio tabellionatus.
2 7 78 Laon[i]en. (Killaloe). Lucas Oconry. Canonicatus [vacans] per privationem.
2 7 280 Eboracen. Petrus Blosset (?) Indultum retinendi altare portatile.
2 7 286 Cantuarien. Joannes Mony. Indultum retinendi altare portatile.
2 7 292 Bathonien. Willelmus Hows. Indultum eligendi confessorem.
2 7 292 Meneven. Thomas Gothyn (?). Indultum retinendi altare portatile.
2 7 292 Saresbirien. Joannes Hows. Indultum eligendi confessorem.
2 7 294 Sancti Andreę Andreas Caveris. Indultum retinendi altare portatile.
2 8 109 Cantuarien. Abbas et conventus monasterii de Boxley Cisterciensis ordinis Roffen. (Rochester) dięc. [sic]. Indultum ponendi vicariam in quadam [ecclesia] parochiali.
Perpetua.
2 8 134 Laon[i]en. Mauritius Murgallo [sic]. Monasterium [vacans] per cessionem, pro volente confiteri. (fn. 73)
2 8 147 Lismoren. Leonardus Roche. Nova provisio monasterii.
2 8 149 Sancti Andreę. Alexander Thomę. Dispensatio ad incompatibilia.
2 8 197 Cloc[h]oren. (Clogher). Odo Ogellebar (O'Gallagher). Prioratus [vacans] per privationem.
2 8 275 Eboracen. Robertus Law. Commissio vigore appellationis. (fn. 74)
2 8 277 Eboracen. Joannes Perci. Commissio vigore appellationis.
2 8 335 Laon[i]en. Joannes Mach[na]mara. Parochialis [ecclesia vacans] per privationem.
2 8 364 Lichefelden. Joannes Raderif (recte Radclif). Dispensatio pro illegitimo.
2 8 372 Eboracen. Willelmus Rowhshaw. Dispensatio ad incompatibilia.
2 10 6 Armachan. Christophorus Donidal (? recte Douidal, i.e. Dowdall). Nova provisio [ecclesie] parochialis.
2 10 110 Sancti Andreę. [H]ugo Vyddyrspan (recte Vyddyrspon, i.e. Wotherspoon). Nova provisio [ecclesie] parochialis.
2 10 150 Imilacen. (ms. Smilacen.) (Emly). Thomas Okaill. Nova provisio vicarię.
2 10 168 Limiricen. Donaldus Yschanachayn (O'shanahan). Nova provisio vicarie.
2 10 211 Akaden. (Achonry). Donaldus Machealally [sic]. Commissio receptionis de eius persona in religionem. (fn. 75)
2 10 212 Lincolinen. [sic]. Thomas Granthin (recte Granth[a]m. Dispensatio super defectu oculi sinistri. (fn. 76)
2 10 276 Cantuarien. Willelmus Bardo [sic]. Dispensatio ad incompatibilia.
2 10 341 Elphinen. Donaldus Ma[c]diarmada. Monasterium [vacans] per privationem.
2 11 27 Lismoren. Dernierus (? recte Dermitius) Ymullontus [sic]. Confirmatio unionis duarum vicariarum.
2 11 54 Lincolinen. [sic]. Joannes Ruding. (fn. 77) Indultum visitandi. (fn. 78)
2 11 160 Rossen. (Ross, Ireland). Donaldus olim episcopus Rossen. (fn. 79) Pensio.
2 11 168 Cantuarien. Indulgentia. (fn. 80)
2 11 230 Akaden. (Achonry) Mauritius Aharra (recte Oharra). Unio vicarię rectorię ad vitam [tantum].
2 11 251 Limiricen. Donaldus Maceravan (recte Maccrauan). Vicaria [vacans] certo modo.
2 11 319 Rapoten. (Raphoe). Cornelius Outretheyn [sic]. Parochialis [ecclesia vacans] certo modo.
2 13 80 Laon[i]en. (Killaloe). Tauguidus [sic] Moncfort (?). Unio parochialis [ecclesie] ad eius vitam tantum.
2 13 138 Liminicen. [sic]. Thomas Orovan (recte Oronan). Decanatus [vacans] per resignationem.
2 13 140 Duacen. (Kilmacduagh). Dermicius Ovelnain (? recte O[s]uel[y]uain, i.e. O'sullivan). Decanatus [vacans] per privationem.
2 13 159 Loven. (? recte L[a]on[i]en. i.e. Killaloe; or [C]loven., recte Clonen., i.e. Cloyne, as just below). Concossinus (? recte Concoffinus) (fn. 81) Odurin. Decanatus [vacans] per obitum.
2 13 192 Clochoren. (Clogher). Philippus Magriis (?) (? recte Maginis). Archidiaconatus [vacans] per obitum.
2 13 241 Cloven. (recte Clonen., i.e. Cloyne). Joannes Whyt. Archidiaconatus [vacans] per promocionem.
2 13 266 Limiricen. Willelmus Ofraehayn [sic]. Thesauraria[tus] [vacans] per obitum.
2 13 294 Arteferten. David Stack. Precentoria [vacans] per obitum.
2 14 67 Dublinen.
Perpetua.
Prior et fratres hospitalis pauperum S. Joannis Baptiste ordinis Cruciferorum. (fn. 82) Statutum quod in fru(cti)bus dicti monasterii nulla pensio reseruetur.
Ad perpetuam [rei memoriam].
2 14 70 Wigorinen. [sic.] Abbas et conventus monasterii S. Augustini villę Bristollei (or Bristollii) ordinis eiusdem sancti. Concessio ‘si in evidentem [utilitatem dicti monasterii’]. (fn. 83)
2 14 80 Sancti Andreę. Robertus abbas et conventus monasterii de Cabco (recte Calco) ordinis S. Benedicti S. Andreę dioc. Commissio.
2 14 141 Eboracen. Abbas et conuentus monasterii Seravallis (recte Jeravallis) ordinis Cisterciensis. Unio [ecclesie] parochialis et [beneficii] simplicis eidem monasterio.
Ad perpetuam [rei memoriam].
2 14 170 Saresbirien. Anna Lylegh [sic]. Absolutio.
2 14 241 Tuamen. Minerus (recte Milerus) Valeneene (recte Valentis, i.e. Walsh). (fn. 84) Vicaria [vacans] certo modo.
2 14 259 Duacen. (Kilmacduagh). Donaldus Omulbrevayn (recte Omulbrenayn). Vicaria [ecclesie parochialis vacans] per assequucionem [alterius beneficii].
2 14 270 Limiricen. Donatus Macconcur. Canonicatus [vacans] certo modo.
2 14 271 Lismoren. (Ireland). Joannes Oduda. Vicaria parochialis [ecclesie vacans] per obitum.
2 14 276 Laon[i]en. (Killaloe). Mattheus Obryeyn. Vicaria parochialis [ecclesie vacans] per obitum.
2 14 316 Aladen. (Killala). Mattheus Bar[e? ]d. Parochialis [ecclesia vacans] per privationem.
2 17 2 Limiricen. Dermitius Ma[c]gillapadrig. Vicaria parochialis [ecclesie vacans] certo modo.
2 17 65 Laon[i]en. (Killaloe). Corviacus (recte Cormacus) Ohurhyla. Vicaria parochialis [ecclesie vacans] per resignationem.
2 17 107 Laon[i]en. Dermitius Okaellay. Vicaria [ecclesie parochialis vacans] per assequ[u]cionem. [alterius beneficii].
2 17 109 Moravien. (Moray). Jacobus Baset. Vicaria [vacans] per resignationem.
2 17 131 Sancti Andreę. Joannes Edwavardson [sic]. Vicaria parochialis [ecclesie vacans] per obitum.
2 17 184 Sodoren. Gilbertus Joannis. Parochialis [ecclesia vacans] per privationem.
2 17 221 Duacen. (Kilmacduagh). Willelmus Osechnasy (O'shaughnessy). Vicaria parochialis [ecclesie vacans] per assequucionem.
2 17 225 Laon[i]en. (Killaloe). Dervitius (recte Derm[i]tius) Macgyllypideyg (recte Macgyllypadryg). Vicaria parochialis [ecclesie vacans] per privationem.
2 17 228 Cloven. (recte Clonen., i.e. Cloyne). Jacobus Oduarla Vicaria parochialis [ecclesie vacans] per privationem.
2 17 271 Laon[i]en. (Killaloe). Roricus Maccosti. Vicaria parochialis [ecclesie vacans] per privationem.
3 4 5 Cantuarien. Simon Hogys. Dispensatio ad incompatibilia.
3 4 30 Cloven. (recte Clonen., i.e. Cloyne.) Concofinus Odulf [sic]. Indultum resignandi simplicia [beneficia] (fn. 85) per eum obtenta.
3 4 69 Lingolinen. [sic]. Robertus Adam. Dispensatio ad incompatibilia.
3 4 73 Eboracen. Robertus Wombevell. Dispensatio ad incompatibilia.
3 4 85 Lismoren. (Ireland). Mauritius Yroman [sic]. Dispensatio pro illegitimo.
3 4 117 Sancti Andreę. Thomas de Cammera [sic]. Dispensatio pro illegitimo.
3 4 158 Norvicen. [H]ugo Atfenne (i.e. atte Fenne). Indultum celebrare (recte celebrari) faciendi in quadam cappella [sic] cuiusdam hospitalis per eum erecti. (fn. 86) Ad perpetuam [rei memoriam].
3 4 224 Assanen. (recte Assauen., i.e. St. Asaph). Fontkecha [sic] Salosburi. Dispensatio ad incompatibilia.
3 4 235 Cantuarien. Joannes Hussard. Indultum non residendi in locis in quibus beneficiatus extiterit.
3 4 242 Limiricen. Thomas[O]scheanachain. (fn. 87) Pensio super decanatu.
3 4 243 Lingolinen. [sic]. Joannes Scymer (recte Seymer). (fn. 88) Dispensatio ad incompatibilia.
3 4 278 Laomen. (recte Laonien., i.e. Killaloe). Villelmus Ylachn[a?]cayn. Absolutio super inhabilitate.
3 4 278 Nova provisio [ecclesie] parochialis.
3 4 294 Londovien. [sic]. Riccardus Villiamson. Dispensatio ad incompatibilia.
3 4 304 Roffen. (Rochester). Willelmus Pityng [sic]. Dispensatio ad incompatibilia.
3 4 309 Londovien. [sic]. Ricardus Hagys. Littere apostolice in forma ‘Provisionis nostre.’ (fn. 89)
3 4 326 Saresbirien. Indulgentia pro elargien(tibus) eleemosinas et visitan(tibus) quamdam ecclesiam. (fn. 90)
3 4 348 Exovien. [sic]. The like. (fn. 90)
3 4 362 Exovien. [sic]. Benedictus Hyllygrew (recte Kyllygrew). Dispensatio ad incompatibilia.
3 4 380 Saresbirien. Indulgentia pro elargien(tibus) eleemosinas et visitan(tibus) quamdam ecclesiam. (fn. 91)
3 4 391 Eboracen. Robertus Hyrop. Dispensatio ad incompatibilia.
3 5 24 Cantuarien. Nicolaus Wryght custos collegiate ecclesie de Wy. Indultum deferendi almutia.
3 5 26 Dumlinen. (recte Dunelmen.). Thomas Gray et Margharita. (fn. 92) Dispensatio matrimonialis.
3 5 26 Eboracen. Thomas Gray et Margaritha The like.
3 5 43 Daren. (Kildare). Roricus Odymasayl alias Macmarhynyd. Vicaria et rectoria [vacantes] certo modo.
3 5 51 Norvicen. Indulgentia. (fn. 93)
3 5 103 Laon[i]en. (Killaloe). Joannes Cornelii Machnamara. Nova provisio canonicatus.
3 5 125 Clochoren. (Clogher). Jacobus Magygyr. Erectio rectorie in prebendam [ecclesie] cathedralis.
3 5 132 Dublanen. (recte Dublinen.). Joannes electus Dublanen. (fn. 94) Pallium.
3 5 354 Urbis (i.e. Rome). Nicolaus Manni (or Mauni). Confirmatio permutationis duarum domuncularum ad hospitale Anglicorum de Urbe (fn. 95) spectantium pro certis partibus alterius domus, q(ui)a in evidentem [utilitatem]. (fn. 96)
3 5 370 Aberdunen. Joannes Stewart. Absolutio cum dispensatio[ne] ad incompatibilia.
3 5 375 Duacen. (Kilmacduagh). Joannes de Burgo. Unio duarum rectoriarum canonicatui ad vitam [tantum].
3 8 62 Glasgnen. [sic]. Patritius Roul. Canonicatus [vacans] per obitum.
3 8 106 Tuamen. Dermitius Odwnyla [sic]. Vicaria parochialis [ecclesie vacans] per obitum.
3 8 134 Lingolinen. [sic]. Joannes Bolyngbroke. Dispensatio ad incompatibilia.
3 8 144 Londovien. [sic]. Joannes Herbert. Dispensatio ad incompatibilia.
3 8 178 Cantuarien. Willelmus Bekynden. Dispensatio ad incompatibilia.
3 8 195 Lingolinen. [sic]. Willelmus abbas monasterii de Ruyslam (recte Eynsham) ordinis sancti Benedicti Lingolinen. diec. [sic]. (fn. 97) Indultum resignandi beneficia per eum obtenta.
3 8 222 Norvicen. Joannes Berthlan [sic]. Indultum resignandi [beneficia] simplicia (fn. 98) per eum obtenta.
3 8 274 Saresbirien. Thomas Haukyns. Dispensatio ad incompatibilia.
3 8 294 Bathonien. Willelmus Hastingis. Dispensatio ad incompatibilia. (fn. 99)
3 11 40 Lincolinen. [sic]. Willelmus Gregforth. Dispensatio ad incompatibilia.
3 11 70 Elien. Gilbertus Robynson. Dispensatio ad incompatibilia.
3 11 77 Londovien. [sic]. Willelmus Heward (? recte Howard). Dispensatio ad incompatibilia.
3 11 78 Eboracen. Willelmus Pykeryng. Dispensatio ad incompatibilia.
3 11 97 Glasgnen. [sic]. Ninianus Dagles. Pensiones super prebenda et [ecclesia] parochiali.
3 11 99 Rossen. (Ross in Scotland). (fn. 100) Thomas Dignail [sic]. Littere apostolice in forma ‘Provisionis nostre.’ (fn. 101)
3 11 112 Norvicen. Ambrosius Ede. Dispensatio ad incompatibilia.
3 11 122 Dunkelden. Willelmus Levynton. Dispensatio ad incompatibilia.
3 11 141 Exovien. [sic]. Willelmus Burler (? recte Burlei, i.e. Burley). Dispensatio ad incompatibilia.
3 11 151 Lincolinen. [sic]. Joannes Alcok. Dispensatio ad incompatibilia.
3 11 153 Lincolinen. [sic]. Joannes Belle. Dispensatio ad incompatibilia.
3 11 159 Cantuarien. Thomas Soude (or Sonde). Dispensatio ad incompatibilia.
3 11 161 Lincolinen. [sic]. Thomas Edmond. Dispensatio ad incompatibilia.
3 11 163 Londovien. [sic]. Robertus Brampton. Dispensatio ad incompatibilia.
3 11 253 Bathonien. Thomas Bornhale (? recte Burnhale). Indultum non residendi in locis in quibus bene(fici)atus extiterit. (fn. 99)
3 11 264 Roffen. (Rochester). Joannes Whitmor. Dispensatio ad incompatibilia.
3 11 276 Glasgnen. [sic]. Joannes de [sic] Goldsmyth. Dispensatio ad incompatibilia.
3 11 282 Lincolinen. [sic]. Eduardus Schuldin (? recte Schuld[ha]m. (fn. 102) Dispensatio ad incompatibilia.
3 11 291 Saresbirien. Walterus Wyld. Indultum non residendi in locis in quibus bene(fici)atus extiterit.
3 11 293 Londovien. [sic]. Joannes Belle. (fn. 103) Dispensatio ad incompatibilia.
3 12 60 Glasgnen. [sic]. Joannes Layng electus Glasgnen. (fn. 104) Ecclesia [cathedralis vacans] per obitum. (fn. 105)
3 12 62 Munus. (fn. 106)
3 12 62 Absolutio. (fn. 107)
3 12 147 Eboracen. Willelmus Trinsthal (recte Tunsthal) et Alicia. Dispensatio matrimonialis.
3 12 154 Norvicen. Thomas Tylshon (? recte Tylston). Dispensatio ad incompatibilia.
3 12 157 Norvicen. Willelmus Lamyn. Dispensatio ad incompatibilia.
3 12 158 Lichefelden. Ada[m] Grafton. Dispensatio ad incompatibilia.
3 12 164 Dublinen. Joannes Bellerue [sic] et Jeneta. Dispensatio matrimonialis.
3 12 182 Londovien. [sic]. Wypanus (?) Hervone [sic]. Dispensatio ad incompatibilia.
3 12 186 Londovien. [sic]. Joannes Howet. Dispensatio ad incompatibilia.
3 12 188 Cicestren. Jacobus Base. Dispensatio ad incompatibilia.
3 12 189 Lincolinen. [sic]. Riccardus Brocke. Dispensatio ad incompatibilia.
3 12 190 Norvicen. Willelmus Heigam. Dispensatio ad incompatibilia.
3 12 240 Norvicen. Willelmus Ballys Dispensatio ad incompatibilia.
3 12 250 Artferten. Edmundus Fismoris. Monasterium [vacans] certo modo.
3 12 267 Lincolinen. [sic]. Willelmus Grucys [sic]. Dispensatio ad incompatibilia.
3 12 279 Dunclinen. (recte Dunelmen.). Laurentius episcopus Dunclinen. (fn. 108) Absolutio ad irregularitate. (fn. 109)
3 12 297 Hereforden. Willelmus Chapinau (recte Chapman). Dispensatio ad incompatibilia.
3 12 301 Lincolinen. [sic]. Joannes Arundell. Dispensatio ad incompatibilia.
3 12 313 Norvicen. Universis parochianis parochialis ecclesie Omnium Sanctorum ville de Tylncy (recte Tylney) Norvicen. diec. [sic]. (fn. 110) Indultum sepellinendi [sic] corpora mortuorum in cappella [sic] sancti Laurentii sita infra menia dicte ecclesie.
Ad perpetuam [rei memoriam].
3 12 339 Norvicen. Willelmus Ball alias Duffelde. Dispensatio ad incompatibilia.
3 12 341 Norvicen. Willelmus Hanhop [sic]. Dispensatio ad incompatibilia.
3 12 344 Lincolinen. [sic]. Hugo Capton. Dispensatio ad incompatibilia.
3 12 346 Eboracen. Joannes Harte. Dispensatio ad incompatibilia.
3 12 347 Exovien. [sic]. Riccardus Hell. Dispensatio ad incompatibilia.
3 12 350 Saresbirien. Thomas Heshyr (?). Dispensatio ad incompatibilia.
3 12 351 Londouien. (fn. 111) Willelmus Lecheman. Dispensatio ad incompatibilia.
3 13 32 Norvicen. Joannes Hal. Dispensatio ad incompatibilia.
3 13 42 Exovien. [sic]. Joannes Boligot [sic]. Dispensatio ad incompatibilia.
3 13 48 Lismoren. (Ireland). Jacobus Cantwel. Dispensatio pro illegitimo.
3 13 73 Lingolinen. [sic]. Stephanus Hellerd. Dispensatio ad incompatibilia.
3 13 74 Londovien. [sic]. Rogerus Griffith. Dispensatio ad incompatibilia.
3 13 100 Dunkelden. Thomas episcopus Dunkelden. (fn. 112) Concessio alternative. (fn. 113)
3 13 109 Eboracen. Robertus Brouse. Dispensatio ad incompatibilia.
3 13 110 Cantuarien. Niccolaus Wryght. Dispensatio ad incompatibilia.
3 13 132 Assanen. (recte Assauen., i.e. St.Asaph). Rogerus Krywarth (recte Keywarth). Dispensatio ad incompatibilia.
3 13 132 Londovien. [sic]. Joannes Rodynge. Dispensatio ad incompatibilia.
3 13 133 Vigorinen. [sic] (Worcester). Robertus Enkbarow (? recte Tuk[es]barow). Dispensatio ad incompatibilia.
3 13 141 Londovien. [sic]. Robertus Favnderoy (? recte Fauntleroy). Dispensatio ad incompatibilia.
3 13 149 Vintonien. (Winchester). Joannes Tatersale. Dispensatio ad incompatibilia.
3 13 175 Saresbirien. Thomas Folken (?). Dispensatio ad incompatibilia.
3 13 195 Saresbirien. Thomas Vallei. Dispensatio ad incompatibilia.
3 13 203 Lingolinen. [sic]. Guillelmus Langton. Dispensatio ad incompatibilia.
3 13 204 Exovien. [sic]. Willelmus Was. Dispensatio ad incompatibilia.
3 13 236 Vigorinen. [sic] (Worcester). Joannes Hanforch [sic]. Dispensatio ad incompatibilia.
3 13 239 Cantuarien. Stephanus Bereworth. Dispensatio ad incompatibilia.
3 13 275 Eboracen. Willelmus Ottway. Dispensatio ad incompatibilia.
3 13 306 Lingolinen. [sic]. Willelmus Dallini (? recte Dalh[a]m). (fn. 114) Dispensatio ad incompatibilia.
3 13 329 Lingolinen. [sic]. Stephanus Glover. Dispensatio ad incompatibilia.
3 13 333 Conventren. Joannes Badelyf (recte Radclyf). Dispensatio super defectu natalium. (fn. 115)
3 13 341 Lingolinen. [sic]. Willelmus Werner. Dispensatio ad incompatibilia.
3 16 10 Elphinen. Cornelius Ynochetroyn [sic]. Nova provisio prioratus.
3 16 47 Dumblacen. (recte Dumblanen.). Thomas Dig. Perind(e vale)re. (fn. 116) .
3 16 261 Glasgnen. [sic]. Riccardus de Lanibs [sic]. Monasterium [vacans] per cessionem.
3 16 261 Munus. (fn. 117)
3 16 268 Wilhelmus Bunche. Monasterium [vacans] per cessionem.
3 16 269 Munus. (fn. 118)
3 16 332 Her[e]forden. Thomas electus Her[e]forden. (fn. 119) Ecclesia [cathedralis vacans] per obitum. (fn. 120)
3 16 332 Munus. (fn. 121)

Extracts from INDICE, Vol. 333.

Ann. 4, 5, 6. (fn. 122)

4 3 54 Lingolinen. [sic]. Thomas Lee. Dispensatio ad incompatibilia.
4 3 65 Norvicen. Joannes Hopton. Dispensatio ad incompatibilia.
4 3 88 Karleolen. Thomas Carr. Dispensatio ad incompatibilia.
4 3 92 Norvicen. Robertus Colinghen (? recte Co[l]lingham). (fn. 123) Absolutio ab irregularitate.
4 3 103 Londovien [sic]. Riccardus Bernard. Dispensatio ad incompatibilia.
4 3 108 Exovien. [sic]. Riccardus Wythone. Dispensatio and incompatibilia.
4 3 129 Roffen. (recte Rossen. [in Hibernia]). Odo episcopus Roffen. [sic]. (fn. 124) Confirmatio electionis de sui persona facte super provisione dicte ecclesie.
4 3 157 Limiricen. Molerus de Burgo. Dispensatio ad incompatibilia.
4 3 187 Bat[h]onien. Valterus Knyghtley. Dispensatio ad incompatibilia. (fn. 125)
4 3 188 Exovien. [sic]. Joannes Carow (recte Carew). Dispensatio ad incompatibilia.
4 3 189 Elien. Thomas Trovlon [sic]. Dispensatio ad incompatibilia.
4 3 261 Cantuarien. Villermus Plovin [sic]. Dispensatio ad incompatibilia.
4 3 313 Elien. Robertus Ryughe (or Rynghe;? recte Kynghe). Dispensatio ad incompatibilia.
4 3 316 Sancti Andreę. Joannes de Edmunston. Dispensatio ad incompatibilia.
4 3 320 Candide case (Whiteherne). Villermus Carnis. Dispensatio ad incompatibilia.
4 4 30 Glasnien. (recte Glasguen.) Joannes Eduardi. Vicaria parochialis [ecclesie vacans] per resignationem.
4 4 252 Arteferten. Dermicius Okely. Rectoria [vacans] certo modo.
4 5 7 Bathonien. Nicolaus Aypum [sic]. Dispensatio ad incompatibilia. (fn. 126)
4 5 19 Norvicen. Robertus Boche. Dispensatio ad incompatibilia.
4 5 23 Cantuarien. Ambrosius Repyngdon. Dispensatio ad incompatibilia.
4 5 24 Bathonien. Joannes Gubbe. Dispensatio ad incompatibilia. (fn. 127)
4 5 42 Saresbirien. Thomas Morroau (or Morroan). (fn. 128) Dispensatio ad incompatibilia.
4 5 43 Londovien. [sic]. Ricardus Appulton. Dispensatio ad incompatibilia.
4 5 45 Dunclinen. (recte Dunelmen.). Robertus Soterin (? recte Sot[h]er[a]m. Dispensatio ad incompatibilia.
4 5 52 Saresbirien. Reginaldus Mutt. Dispensatio ad incompatibilia.
4 5 67 Eboracen. (ms. Heboracen.) Thomas Canderer. Indultum non residendi in locis in quibus bene(fici)atus extiterit.
4 5 73 Londovien. [sic]. Joannes Bussh. Dispensatio ad incompatibilia.
4 5 130 Lingolinen. [sic] Joannes Vowell. Indultum non residendi in locis in quibus bene(fici)atus extiterit.
4 5 187 Saresbirien. Joannes Bulcom. (fn. 129) Dispensatio ad incompatibilia.
4 5 237 Saresbirien. Edimundus [sic] Martiris (? recte Martini). Dispensatio ad incompatibilia.
4 7 241 Eboracen. Thomas Apthorp (ap Thorp). (fn. 130) Notariatus. (fn. 131)
4 7 248 Cruasgnen. (recte Glasguen.). Gvillelmus Yhong. Notariatus.
4 7 250 Norvicen. Simon Reed. Notariatus.
4 7 251 Conventren. Henricus Raynforde. Notariatus.
4 7 251 Lincolinen. [sic]. Wilhelmus Spencer. Notariatus.
4 7 256 Saresbirien. Joannes Lanc (? recte Lane). Dispensatio ad incompatibilia.
4 7 257 Lincolinen. [sic]. Joannes Water. Nortariatus.
4 7 258 Conventren. Nicolaus Blalhboen (recte Blakborn). Notariatus.
4 7 258 Robertus Clerk Notariatus.
4 7 258 Dunclinen. (recte Dunelmen.). Edmundus Belle. Notariatus.
4 7 259 Eboracen. Robertus Fleure. Notariatus.
4 10 90 Londonien. (fn. 132) Joannes abbas monasterii Vestinonassij (recte Westmonasterii) O.S.B. (fn. 133) Monasterium [vacans] per promotionem. (fn. 134)
4 10 90 Munus. (fn. 135)
4 14 17 Laon[i]en. (Killaloe). Cornelius Oudayg. Concessio si in evidentem [utilitatem]. (fn. 136)
4 14 26 Bat[h]onien. Christophorus Seinthlo. Dispensatio ad incompatibilia.
4 14 37 Lingolinen. [sic]. Thomas Blundell. Dispensatio ad incompatibilia.
4 14 54 Norvicen. Riccardus Fartyngton. Dispensatio ad incompatibilia.
4 14 58 Norvicen. Valterus Aphiri [sic]. Dispensatio ad incompatibilia.
4 14 70 Lingolinen [sic]. Thomas Wicher. Indultum recipiendi gradum magisteri[i].
4 14 78 Norvicen. Riccardus Ulfurt [sic]. Dispensatio ad incompatibilia.
4 14 82 Glasgnen. [sic]. Robertus (fn. 137) abbas monasterii de Jicdwourch [recte Jiedwourth, i.e. Jedworth alias Jedburgh] O.S.A. Glasgnen. diec. [sic]. Commissio. (fn. 138)
4 14 105 Leonen. (recte Laon[i]en., i.e. Killaloe). Donaldus Macnamara et Enclina (? recte Euelina) de Gerardinis (recte Geraldinis). Dispensatio matrimonialis.
4 14 108 Laon[i]en. (Killaloe). Roricus Olachuayn (recte Olachnayn). Nova provisio prioratus r(egu)l(a)ris.
4 14 109 Clonferten. Mauritius Macwokaclayn [sic]. Vicaria parochialis [ecclesie vacans] per privationem.
4 14 119 Saresbirien. Robertus Jourd [sic] et Alisia Guhit [sic]. Dispensatio matrimonialis.
4 14 170 Norvicen. Guillelmus Halis. Indultum non residendi in locis in quibus bene(fici)atus extiterit.
4 14 176 Saresbirien. Riccardus Top (? recte Toy). Dispensatio ad incompatibilia.
4 14 177 “Villelmus Jovis (? recte Jonis, i.e. Joannis). Dispensatio ad incompatibilia.
4 14 196 Glasgnen. [sic]. Villelmus Carrudris Dispensatio ad incompatibilia.
4 14 226 Bat[h]onien. Joannes Lydford. Dispensatio ad incompatibilia. (fn. 139)
4 14 227 Meneven. (St. Davids). Riccardus Lagharu (recte Lagharn). (fn. 140) Dispensatio ad incompatibilia.
4 14 245 Lincolinen. [sic]. Guillelmus Stocker cum aliis [h]abitatoribus ville de Wybolbston (? recte Wybold[e]ston) (fn. 141) Lincolinen. diec. [sic]. Indultum deputandi sacerdotem ad eff(ect)um celebrandi in quadam cappella [sic].
Ad perpetuam [rei memoriam].
4 14 256 Vellen. Prior et conventus domus de Witham (fn. 142) in [foresta de] Salwoda (fn. 143) comitatus Somers[et] Cartusien. ordinis Bathonien. et Vellen. diec. [sic]. Confirmatio concessionis et donationis cuiusdam macurie (? recte uicarie) eis facte.
Ad perpetuam [rei memoriam].
4 14 272 Bat[h]onien. Joannes Cloos. (fn. 144) Dispensatio ad incompatibilia. (fn. 145)
4 14 289 Saresbirien. Thomas Watirlad [sic]. Dispensatio ad incompatibilia.
4 14 308 Saresbirien. Joannes Stokis. Dispensatio ad incompatibilia.
4 14 309 Norvicen. Valterus Abethorp. (fn. 146) Dispensatio ad incompatibilia.
4 15 6 Vigorinen. [sic]. Rogerus Jordan. Dispensatio ad incompatibilia.
4 15 9 Bat[h]onien. Joannes (fn. 147) prior et conventus monasterii de Brioton (recte Bruton) O.S.A. Bat[h]onien. et Vellen diec. [sic]. Indultum utendi mitra [et] baculo aliisque insigniis pontificalibus.
Ad perpetuam [rei memoriam]. (fn. 148)
4 15 81 Conventren. Riccardus Rolleston. Dispensatio ad incompatibilia. (fn. 149)
4 15 82 Tuamen. Villelmus Bremechean. Dispensatio ad incompatibilia.
4 15 85 Londov[i]en. [sic]. Edmundus Storor (? recte Stonor). Indultum se transferendi de ordine ad alium. (fn. 150)
4 15 101 Lingolinen. [sic]. Joannes Foox (?) (fn. 151) Dispensatio ad incompatibilia.
4 15 114 Glasnien. (recte Glasguen]. Gilibertus Tyri. Dispensatio ad incompatibilia.
4 15 120 Lismoren. (Ireland). Abbas et conventus monasterii de Insula sub (recte sancti) Malanfyd (fn. 152) O.S.A. Lismoren. dioc. Concessio si in evidentem [utilitatem]. (fn. 153)
4 15 125 E[r]gadien. (Argyll). Robertus Culqudone (recte Culquhone). (fn. 154) Dispensatio etatis super provisione ecclesie [Ergadiensis]. (fn. 155)
4 15 175 Exovien. (fn. 156) [sic]. Patritius [H]aliburton. Dispensatio ad incompatibilia.
4 15 178 Vintonien. (Winchester). Joannes Gaduci [sic]. Dispensatio ad incompatibilia.
4 15 192 Cassellen. (Cashel). Adam Yhyffirnan Nova provisio canonicatus.
4 15 225 Dunclinen. (recte Dunelmen.) Villelmus Hylton. Commissio.
4 15 241 Fomen. (? recte Fernen.) Enrichus Roche. Dispensatio super defectu oculi sinistri. (fn. 157)
4 15 294 Cloven. (recte Clonen., i.e. Cloyne). Nicolaus abbas et conventus monasterii B. Marie de Castro dei (fn. 158) Cisterciensis ordinis Cloven. [sic] diec. [sic]. Concessio si in evidentem [utilitatem]. (fn. 159)
4 15 295 Lingolinen. [sic]. Robertus Falus [sic]. Dispensatio ad incompatibilia.
5 4 43 Laon[i]en. (Killaloe). Roccus (? recte Roricus) Othuyn (recte Ochuyn, i.e. O'Quin). Nova provisio vicarie [ecclesie] parochialis.
5 4 100 Eboracen. Riccardus Manser. Dispensatio ad incompatibilia.
5 4 196 Ergadien. (Argyll) [alias Lismore]. Robertus Culquhone electus Ergadien. (fn. 160) Ecclesia [cathedralis vacans] per obitum. (fn. 161)
5 4 203 Armachan. Edmundus Conesbrook electus Armachan. (fn. 162) Ecclesia [cathedralis vacans] per obitum. (fn. 163)
5 4 268 Lismoren. (fn. 164) Joannes Bulconis (fn. 165) electus Lismoren. et
Waterforden. (fn. 166)
Ecclesie [cathedrales] invicem unite per obitum. (fn. 167)
5 4 271 Absolutio. (fn. 168)
5 4 271 Commissio. (fn. 169)
5 4 285 Sancti Andreę Andreas Cauerij (recte Caueris). Monasterium [vacans] per obitum.
5 4 286 Munus.
5 4 304 Daren. (Kildare). Jacobus Val (Wal) electus Daren. (fn. 170) Ecclesia [cathedralis vacans] per obitum (fn. 171)
5 4 306 Munus. (fn. 172)
5 5 4 Aberdonen. Valterus Torbes. Vicaria parochialis [ecclesie vacans] per obitum.
5 5 8 Ardakaden. (Ardagh). Cornelius Magraggnayll. Parochialis [ecclesia vacans] per privationem.
5 5 9 Aberdonen. Joannes Mowat. Vicaria parochialis [ecclesie vacans] per resignationem.
5 5 19 Artferten. Patritius de Curcy. Thesaurariatus cathedralis [vacans] per privationem.
5 5 68 Limiricen. Thomas Cantulini [sic]. (fn. 173) Canonicatus cathedralis [vacans] certo modo.
5 5 133 Clonferten. Eugenius Omadagayn. Vicaria parochialis [ecclesie vacans] per obitum.
5 5 210 Sancti Andreę Joannes Edwardsen [sic]. Prep(ositu)ra [vacans] per resignationem.
5 5 218 Cloven. (recte Clonen., i.e. Cloyne). Riccardus Tygybon [sic]. Cancellariatus cath(edra)lis [vacans] per privationem.
5 5 246 Clonferten. Eugenius Ornorg (? recte Oruory). Vicarie (fn. 174) [vacantes] per obitum.
5 5 247 Evachdunen. (recte Enachdunen., i.e. Annaghdown). Henricus de Burgo. Rectoria parochialis [ecclesie vacans] certo modo.
5 5 289 Laon[i]en. (Killaloe). Villelmus Magvilla Padrit (recte Maguillapadric, i.e. Macgillapadraig). Rectoria parochialis [ecclesie vacans] per devolutionem.
5 7 48 Armachan. Chrystophorus Avodall [sic]. Parochialis [ecclesia vacans] certo modo.
5 7 87 Limiricen. Eustachius Arthuc (recte Arthur). Nova provisio canonicatus.
5 7 177 Deren. (Derry). Senequinus Okhean. Rectoria [vacans] certo modo.
5 7 225 Laon[i]en. (Killaloe). Donaldus Macherun [sic]. Vicaria [vacans] per asseq (utione)m. (fn. 175)
5 7 238 Rossen. [in Hibernia]. Cornelius Odannamayn. Vicaria [vacans] certo modo.
5 8 33 Artmachan. (recte Armachan., i.e. Armagh). Henricus Marthweyge (? recte Macchweyge). Parochialis [certo modo
5 8 60 Limiricen. Donaldus Macherawan. Vicaria [vacans] certo modo.
5 8 118 Rossen. [in Hibernia]. Laurentius Ogyllagymayn. Vicaria devoluta. (fn. 176)
5 8 123 Prioratus [vacans] per resignationem.
5 8 169 Saresbirien. Abbas et conventus monasterii ville de Poduge (fn. 177) Confirmatio concessionis excommunicandi proiicientes immunditias in flumen (fn. 178) prope dictum monasterium.
Ad perpetuam [rei memoriam].
5 8 176 Leglinen. (Leighlin). Willelmus Omorra. Vicaria perpetua [vacans] certo modo.
5 16 28 Rossen. [in Hibernia]. Donatus Yhedersgroyll (recte Yhedersgeoyll) Erectio parochialis [ecclesie] in canonicatum. Ad perpetuam [rei memoriam].
5 16 30 Vicaria parochialis [ecclesie vacans] per privationem.
5 16 42 Rossen. [in Scotia]. Nicolaus Andreę Brici. Monasterium [vacans] per obitum.
5 16 57 Evachdunen. (recte Enachdunen., i.e. Annaghdown). Roricus Yflahirthyd. Nova provisio vicarie parochialis [ecclesie].
5 16 82 Tuam(en.) Matteus Omonuy [sic]. Vicaria parochialis [ecclesie vacans] per obitum.
5 16 127 Glasgnen. [sic]. Villelmus Ma[r]schal. Rectoria et vicaria [vacantes] per promotionem.
5 16 127 Sancti Andreę. Willelmus Marschal. Rectoria [vacans] per promotionem.
5 16 208 Glasnien. (recte Glas[g]nien., i.e. Glasguen.). Thomas Ramsan. Vicaria parochialis [ecclesie vacans] per resignationem.
5 16 257 Arteferten. Thomas Offlin. Nova provisio vicarie [ecclesie] parochialis.
5 16 258 Rapotten. (recte Rapoten., i.e. Raphoe). Nicolaus Onverhan [sic]. Decanatus [vacans] per privationem.
6 7 1 Artferten. Florentius Machafthreygh [sic]. Prioratus [vacans] per privationem.
6 7 1 Artferten. Florentius Machafthreygh [sic]. Prioratus [vacans] per privationem.
6 7 26 Duacen. (Kilmacduagh). Edmundus Oscachnassa (recte Oseachnassa i.e. O'shaughnessy). Decanatus [vacans] per obitum.
6 7 27 Leglinien. (Leighlin). Guillelmus Omolmohay [sic]. Vicaria parochialis [ecclesie vacans] per obitum.
6 7 30 Duacen. (Kilmacduagh). Theobaldus de Burgo. Decanatus [vacans] per obitum.
6 7 51 Daren. (Kildare). Mauritius Ocholgan. Parochialis [ecclesia vacans] per privationem.
6 7 52 Ossorien. Villelmus Odowgyn. Prioratus regularis [vacans] certo modo.
6 7 105 Glasgnen. [sic]. Robertus abbas monasterii de Jeddwworth O.S.A. Glasgnen. diec. [sic]. (fn. 179) Nova provisio parochialium [ecclesiarum].
6 7 109 Artferten. Dermitius Stuama (? recte Ocuaina). Rectoria [vacans] per resignationem.
6 7 111 Artferten. Joannes Fizmoris. Vicaria [vacans] certo modo.
6 7 134 Sancti Andreę. Robertus Farwwechi (? Farquhar). Nova provisio vicarie [ecclesie] parochialis.
6 7 151 Tuam(en.) David Roscy. Vicaria parochialis [ecclesie vacans] per obitum.
6 7 155 Tuam(en.) David de Burgo. Canonicatus [vacans] certo modo.
6 7 214 Norwicen. Thomas Alvard [sic] cum eius uxore. Indultum eligendi confessorem.
6 7 218 Cantuarien. Joannes Caslak. Indultum retinendi altare portatile.
6 11 3 Dionisien. (Dionysias, i.e. Varna, on the Black Sea, a titular see). Joannes electus Dionisien. (fn. 180) Ecclesia [cathedralis vacans] per obitum. (fn. 181)
6 11 3 Munus. (fn. 182)
6 11 27 Landauen. (Llandaff). Joannes electus Landauen. (fn. 183) Ecclesia [cathedralis vacans] per cessionem. (fn. 184)
6 11 28 Munus.
6 11 85 Sancti Andreę. Willelmus Schewes. Dispensatio ad incompatibilia.
6 11 136 Lincolinen. [sic]. Thomas Lavvhe (i.e. Lawhe). Dispensatio ad incompatibilia.
6 11 136 Norvicen. Christophorus Urswick. Dispensatio ad incompatibilia.
6 11 173 Elien. Joannes Bolzeniha [sic]. Dispensatio ad incompatibilia.
6 11 197 Vigorinen. [sic]. Joannes de Sose [sic]. Absolutio ab apostasia. (fn. 185)
6 11 225 Ossorien. Joannes Ohedian. Perind(e vale)re (fn. 186) super provisione archidiaconatus.
6 11 245 Dunchelden. Robertus Blachadia (recte Blackadir). Pensio.
6 14 29 Aladen. (Killala). Romeus (recte Roricus) Omalle. Vicaria parochialis [ecclesie vacans] per asseq (utione)m. (fn. 187)
6 14 56 Limiricen. Dermitius Ebroen (recte Obrien). (fn. 188) Thesauraria[tus] |vacans] per resignationem.
6 14 69 Sancti Andreę. Thomas Piot. Commissio.
6 14 70 Magistratus hospitalis [vacans] per resignationem.
6 14 106 Limiricen. Dermitius Ybrien. Nova provisio canonicatus.
6 14 203 Wintonien. Walterus Felde. Dispensatio ad incompatibilia.
6 14 205 Londovien. [sic]. Riccardus Brayly. Dispensatio ad incompatibilia.
6 14 228 Dunclinen. (recte Dunelmen.). Thomas Langton. Dispensatio ad incompatibilia.
6 16 33 Ca[s]sellen. (Cashel). Riccardus Botteller. Nova provisio [ecclesie] parochialis.
6 16 69 Sancti Andreę. James Falconer. Vicaria parochialis [ecclesie vacans] per resignationem.
6 16 122 Sancti Andreę. Jacobus Seot (? recte Scot). Vicaria parochialis [ecclesie vacans] per obitum.
6 16 184 Lingolinen. [sic]. Joannes Dei. Dispensatio ad incompatibilia.
6 16 186 Londovien. [sic] Robertus Midelhan [sic] Dispensatio ad incompatibilia.
6 16 187 Dunclinen. (recte Dunelmen.). [H]enricus Gillowel. Dispensatio ad incompatibilia.
6 16 194 Wintonien. Joannes Tabin (? recte Tobin). Dispensatio ad incompatibilia.
6 16 204 Erfelden. (? recte [H]er[e]forden). Georgius Herefolde (? recte Hereforde). Dispensatio ad incompatibilia.
6 16 211 Londovien. [sic]. Thomas Huntyngton. Dispensatio ad incompatibilia.
6 16 212 Lichefelden. (fn. 189) Joannes Cowper. Dispensatio ad incompatibilia.

Extracts from INDICE, Vol. 334. (fn. 190)

Ann. 10 and 11. (fn. 191)

10 6 26 Saresbirien. Henricus Monpesson (recte Mompesson). Dispensatio ad incompatibilia.
10 6 36 Eboracen. Laurentius abbas monasterii de Fonones (recte Furnes) (fn. 192) ordinis Cistercien. Eboracen. [dioc.]. Indultum deferendi mitram pro se et successoribus.
Ad perpetuam [rei memoriam.].
10 6 39 Morauien. (Moray). Jacobus Cucchery (?) Pensio.
10 6 54 Exovien. [sic]. Riccardus Bradelegh. Dispensatio ad incompatibilia.
10 6 62 Cantuarien. Robertus Cornhil. Dispensatio ad ordines non obstante defectu oculi sinistri. (fn. 193)
10 6 63 Exovien. [sic]. Willelmus Hewins. Dispensatio ad incompatibilia.
10 6 65 Eboracen. Nicolaus Fitzeibert (? recte Fitz[h]erbert). Dispensatio ad incompatibilia.
10 6 66 Vinctonien. (i.e. Wintonien.). Joannes Seld. Dispensatio ad incompatibilia.
10 6 67 Elien. Nicolaus Erit [sic]. Dispensatio ad incompatibilia.
10 6 70 Norwicen. Prior et capitulum ecclesie Norwicen. Indultum quod monachi dicti capituli studere possint in collegiis a Guillelmo episcopo Norwicen. fundatis. (fn. 194)
10 6 82 Lincolinen. [sic]. Willelmus Skelton. Dispensatio ad incompatibilia.
10 6 118 Norvicen. Indulgentia. (fn. 195)
10 6 120 Cantuarien. Edmundus Gilbert. Dispensatio ad incompatibilia.
10 6 121 Lincolinen. [sic]. Edmundus Carter. Dispensatio ad incompatibilia.
10 6 125 Saresbirien. Ricardus episcopus Saresbirien. (fn. 196) Indultum dicendi horas canonicas infra octavas Paschatu(m) [sic] juxta morem ecclesiasticorum seu (? recte sue) religionis. (fn. 197)
10 6 127 Vigornien. Riccardus Kyngy (? recte Kyngg). Dispensatio ad incompatibilia.
10 6 140 Conventren. Willelmus Sotheworth. Dispensatio ad incompatibilia. (fn. 198)
10 6 145 Lincolinen. [sic]. Joannes Ravyn. Dispensatio ad incompatibilia.
10 6 162 Vigornien. Willelmus Hanfort. Dispensatio ad incompatibilia.
10 6 163 Norvicen. Willelmus Bishop. Dispensatio ad incompatibilia.
10 6 168 Vigorinen. [sic]. Thomas Kyrkely (? recte Byrkely). Dispensatio ad incompatibilia.
10 6 174 Conventren. Robertus Schawe. Dispensatio ad incompatibilia. (fn. 198)
10 6 178 Norvicen. Richardus Greve. Dispensatio ad incompatibilia.
10 6 191 Hereforden. Thomas Langton. (fn. 199) Unio [ecclesie] parochialis alteri ad vitam tantum.
10 6 204 Wintonien. Thomas Bille. Dispensatio ad incompatibilia.
10 6 224 Londovien. [sic]. Riccardus Valsale. Dispensatio ad incompatibilia.
10 6 226 Eboracen. Thomas Squyer. Dispensatio ad incompatibilia.
10 6 231 Hereforden. Riccardus Villiam [sic]. Absolutio ab irregularitate.
10 6 237 Londovien. [sic]. Thomas Abbas [sic]. Dispensatio ad incompatibilia.
10 6 247 Saresbirien. Decanus et capitulum ecclesie S. Georgei [sic] infra castrum regium de Windesor. Unio vicarie [ecclesie] parochialis mense capitulari.
Ad perpetuam [rei memoriam].
10 6 277 Conventren. Willelmus Whalley. Dispensatio ad incompatibilia. (fn. 200)
10 6 326 Vintonien. Thomas Brene. Dispensatio ad incompatibilia.
10 7 14 Sancti Andreę. Donaldus Roff (? recte Ross). Par(ochialis) [ecclesia vacans] per promotionem.
10 7 68 Corckagen. [sic]. David Miach [sic]. Archidiaconatus [vacans] per asseq (utione)m. (fn. 201)
10 7 81 Clonen. (Cloyne). Joannes Barry. Nova provisio [ecclesie] parochialis.
10 7 196 Lincolinen. [sic]. Robertus Barker. Simplex [beneficium (fn. 202) vacans] certo modo.
10 7 264 Cassellen. (Cashel). Thomas Purchell. Archidiaconatus [vacans] per obitum.
10 7 277 Miden. (Meath). Donatus Ohacgayn (? recte Ohaegayn). Vicaria ac rectoria parochialium [ecclesiarum vacantes] certo modo.
10 7 306 Tuamen. Mauritius Ocormachayn. Vicaria [vacans] per privationem.
10 11 30 Ardakaden. (Ardagh). Thomas Oradakan. Vicaria [vacans] per devolutionem. (fn. 203)
10 11 36 Clonen. (Cloyne). Thomas Barry. Nova provisio canonicatus et rectorie.
10 11 36 Corkagen. Idem. Similis.
10 11 47 Laon[i]en. (Killaloe). Dionisius Yogari [sic]. Nova provisio vicarie perpetue.
10 11 89 Lismoren. (Ireland). Riccardus Everard. Canonicatus [vacans] certo modo.
10 11 92 Artforden. [sic]. Joannes Fizmons (recte Fizmoris). Canc(ella)riatus [vacans] certo modo.
10 11 94 Clonferten. Roricus Omelhurhyl [sic]. Vicaria perpetua [vacans] per obitum.
10 11 99 Duacen. (Kilmacduagh). Raymundus de Burgo. Canonicatus et vicaria perpetua devolut(i). (fn. 204)
10 11 136 Moravien. (Moray). David Boys. Prioratus regularis [vacans] per obitum.
10 11 147 Aladen. (Killala). Eugenius Omincha [sic]. Vicaria perpetua devoluta. (fn. 205)
10 11 260 Glasgnen. [sic]. Georgius Wallate (recte Wallace). Vicaria perpetua [vacans] per obitum.
10 11 281 Clonferten. Carbricus Macaed[a]gayn. Decanatus [vacans] per resignationem.
10 13 8 Glasgnen. [sic] Georgius Morison. Vicaria perpetua [vacans] per obitum.
10 13 130 Urbis (Rome). Willelmus Cheyne. Assignatio camere ac certe summe in hospitali Angelicorum [sic] regionis Arenule de Urbe. (fn. 205)
10 13 168 Conventren. Henricus Bumbere (recte Bunbere, i.e. Bunbury (fn. 206) Dispensatio ad incompatibilia. (fn. 207)
10 13 225 Armachan. Octavianus de Palatio electus Armachan. (fn. 208) Ecclesia [cathedralis vacans] per translationem (recte cessionem). (fn. 209)
10 13 227 Munus.
10 13 307 Linco[l]nien. Willelmus de Asting (recte de Hasting[is]). (fn. 210) Altare portatile.
10 13 317 Elien. Thomas Ormond. Altare portatile.
10 13 321 Eboracen. Margharita Pigo [sic]. Altare portatile.
10 13 322 Norvicen. David Hulffild. Altare portatile.
10 13 322 Thomas Redelif (recte Redclif). Altare portatile.
10 14 25 Aladen. (Killala). Edmundus Magorechdan [sic]. Canonicatus [vacans] per devolutionem. (fn. 211)
10 14 30 Laon[i]en. (Killaloe). Marcus Oguffa (? recte Ogriffa). Vicaria parochialis [ecclesie vacans] per privationem.
10 14 128 Aberdonen. Egidius Boix [sic]. Canc(ella)ria[tus] [vacans] per obitum.
10 14 133 Laonen. (? recte Laonien., i.e. Killaloe). (fn. 212) Paulus BalaZuant [sic]. Parochialis [ecclesia vacans] per obitum.
10 14 136 Moravien. (Moray). Guillelmus Oliphant electus Dunchelden. (fn. 213) Cantoria [vacans] causa conf(i)d(ent)ie. (fn. 214)
10 14 152 Achaden. (Achonry). Mattheus Omythyan. Vicaria parochialis [ecclesie vacans] per devolutionem. (fn. 215)
10 14 163 Achaden. (Achonry). Cornelius Michstarrid (? recte Macscarrid). Monasterium [vacans] per obitum.
10 14 165 Laon[i]en. (Killaloe). Donatus Macoman [sic]. Thesauraria[tus] [vacans] per privationem.
10 14 176 Rossen. [in Hibernia]. Joannes Okaryt. Vicaria [vacans] per resignationem.
10 14 248 Armachan. Nollanus (recte Nellanus) Onolleon [sic]. Vicaria parochialis [ecclesie vacans] per privationem.
10 14 293 Clonferten. Joannes Ochalloy. Vicarie parochialium [ecclesiarum vacantes] per devolut(ionem). (fn. 216)
10 16 68 Moravien. (Moray). Jacobus de Sancto Claro. Vicaria perpetua [vacans] per obitum.
10 16 79 Laon[i]en. (Killaloe). Laurentius Odonis. Vicaria perpetua [vacans] per obitum.
10 16 154 Laon[i]en. Joannes Matthei. Precentoria devoluta. (fn. 216)
10 16 187 Sancti Andreę. Joannes Barre. Vicaria perpetua [vacans] per obitum.
10 16 225 Norvicen. Joannes Turnor. Dispensatio ad incompatibilia.
10 16 251 Conventren. Thomas Haye. Dispensatio ad incompatibilia.
10 16 268 Lincolinen. [sic]. Wilhelmus Schortt. Dispensatio ad incompatibilia.
10 16 272 Lichferden. [sic]. Robertus Fouleshurst. Dispensatio ad incompatibilia.
10 16 280 Aladen. (Killala). Cornelius Ydubda (i.e. Odubda) archidiaconus ecclesie Aladen. (fn. 217) Confirmatio unionis perpetue certe rectorie archidiaconatui predicte ecclesie.
10 16 294 Londovien. [sic]. Willelmus Lambard. Dispensatio ad incompatibilia.
10 16 298 Lincolinen. [sic]. Laurentius Greve Dispensatio ad incompatibilia.
10 16 299 Lincolinen. [sic]. Willelmus Portas (? recte Porteus). Dispensatio ad incompatibilia.
11 1 110 Tuamen. David Okalchd [sic]. Vicaria [vacans] per obitum.
11 1 151 Bathonien. (fn. 218) Joannes episcopus Rossen. [in Hibernia]. (fn. 219) Nova provisio vicariarum [Bathonien. dioc.].
11 1 151 Londomen. (recte Londonien.). Joannes episcopus Rossen. [in Hibernia]. (fn. 220) Nova provisio vicariarum [Londonien. dioc.].
11 1 160 Laonien. (Killaloe). Donatus Ygriffa. Nova provisio rectorie [ecclesie] parochialis.
11 1 209 Aladen. (Killala). Cornelius Odubea (recte Odubda). (fn. 221) Archidiaconatus [vacans] per devolutionem. (fn. 222)
11 1 213 Tuamen. Malachias OconceanZaw [sic]. Prep(ositu)ra [vacans] per devolutionem.
11 1 247 Lismoren. (Ireland). Jacobus Thobyn (i.e. Tobin). (fn. 223) Canonicatus [vacans] per devolutionem.
11 1 304 Artferten. Jacobus Freaunlt [sic]. Nova provisio rectorie [ecclesie] parochialis.
11 5 27 Norwicen. Willelmus Disxwell [sic]. Deputatio ad vitam super prioratu. (fn. 224)
11 5 43 Londovien. [sic]. Riccardus Warde. Dispensatio ad incompatibilia.
11 5 62 Eboracen. Joannes Bell. Dispensatio ad incompatibilia.
11 5 62 Sancti Andreę. Arcibaldus Layny (?) (? recte Layng). Dispensatio pro illegitimo.
11 5 100 Cicestren. Joannes Cloos. (fn. 225) Indultum non residendi. (fn. 226)
11 5 113 Elphinen. Joannes Odralbaguyan [sic]. Commissio. (fn. 227)
11 5 190 Daren. (Kildare). Prior et conventus monasterii B. Marie du [sic] Comnaci (or Comnay). (fn. 228) Facultas dandi sub annuo censu quasdam decimas parochiales ad dictum monasterium spectan(tes) ad favorem Villealini (recte Villelmi) Ymorra.
11 5 205 Wigorinen. [sic]. Rogerus Bragys. Dispensatio ad incompatibilia.
11 5 211 Sancti Andreę. Sancius de Varutia. (fn. 229) Pensio.
11 12 5 Lincolinen. [sic]. Joannes Vallingford. Dispensatio ad incompatibilia.
11 12 9 Wintonien. Thomas Langley. Dispensatio ad incompatibilia.
11 12 13 Conventren. Thomas Radefif (recte Radclif). Dispensatio ad incompatibilia.
11 12 53 Cloronen. (? recte Cloc[h]oren. Joannes Duguet [sic]. Dispensatio ad incompatibilia.
11 12 147 Saresbirien. Willelmus Paule. Dispensatio ad incompatibilia.
11 12 148 Exovien. [sic]. Joannes Bowtman [sic]. Dispensatio ad incompatibilia.
11 12 153 Londovien. [sic]. Thomas Blake. Dispensatio ad incompatibilia.
11 12 168 Conventren. Riccardus Leylond. Indultum non residendi. (fn. 230)
11 12 188 Londovien. [sic]. Prior et canonici monasterii S. Crucis [de Waltham] O.S.A. Confirmatio concessionis et exemptionis.
Ad perpetuam [rei memoriam].
11 12 209 Glasgnen. (fn. 231) [sic]. Andreas electus Moravien. (Moray). (fn. 232) Unio prep(ositu)rę (fn. 233) mensę episcopali Moravien. ad vitam [tantum].
11 12 218 Eboracen. Ric[c]ardus Malde. Dispensatio ad incompatibilia.
11 12 231 Clowen. (? recte Clonen., i.e. Cloyne). (fn. 234) Joannes Edmundus et Edmundus Wilhe[l]mus de Geraldine [sic]. (fn. 235) Concessio fructuum certe ville ad monasterium S. Nicolai Exovien. [sic] spectantium. (fn. 236)
11 12 249 Lincolinen. [sic]. Matildes [sic] Barnaby. Commissio.
11 12 266 Lincolinen. [sic]. Rogerius [sic] Engesham (? recte Eynesham). Dispensatio ad incompatibilia.
11 12 267 Londonien. Joannes Brakynburck. Dispensatio ad incompatibilia.
11 12 268 Raffen. (recte Roffen., i.e. Rochester). Joannes Somuig (? recte Soning or Sonning). (fn. 237) Dispensatio ad incompatibilia.
11 12 291 Vigorinen. [sic]. Henricus Done. Dispensatio ad incompatibilia.
11 12 297 Lincolinen. [sic]. Georgius Valde. Notariatus.
11 14 148 Sancti Andreę. Joannes Trapel [sic]. Par(ochialis) [ecclesia vacans] per obitum.
11 14 164 Arteferten. Thomas Laxles (? recte Layles, i.e. Lawles) (fn. 238) Nova provisio rectorie et vicarie.
11 14 243 Tuamen. Dermicius Ochoncalyd. Vicaria parochialis [ecclesie vacans] per devolutionem. (fn. 239)
11 16 89 Elphinen. Caibricus (recte Carbricus) Oberynd. Rectoria [vacans] per assequtionem. (fn. 240)
11 16 260 Limiricen. Edmundus Leiis Nova provisio [ecclesie] parochialis.
11 16 274 Aberdonen. Walterus Drummond. Vicaria parochialis [ecclesie vacans] per prefectionem. (fn. 241)

Extracts from INDICE, Vol. 335. (fn. 242)

Ann. 12 and 13.

12 4 2 Exovien. [sic]. Riccardus Lauis [sic]. Dispensatio ad incompatibilia.
12 4 6 Aberdonen. Riccardus Muthed (? recte Mu[i]rhed. Dispensatio ad incompatibilia.
12 4 32 Lich[e]felden. Indulgentia. (fn. 243)
12 4 51 Eboracen. Laurentius abbas (fn. 244) et conventus monasterii beate Marie de Furnes Cisterciencis ordinis. Statutum quod nonnulte vicarie perpetue per monachos dicti monasterii regantur et administrentur.
Ad perpetuam [rei memoriam].
12 4 75 Vittonien. (recte Wintonien.). Prior et conventus monasterii de Aldebury. (fn. 245) Commissio.
12 4 81 Bathonien. Thomas Hilpe. Dispensatio ad incompatibilia.
12 4 83 Cicestren. Wilhelmus Peyto. Dispensatio ad incompatibilia.
12 4 102 Dublinen. Joannes archiepiscopus Dublinen. (fn. 246) Commissio.
12 4 103 Cantuarien. Prior et conventus prioratus de Thorton (recte [Monks] Horton). (fn. 247) Commissio.
12 4 137 Aberdonen. Willelmus electus Aberdonen. (fn. 248) Absolutio. (fn. 249)
12 4 142 Lincolinen. [sic]. Wilhelmus Rayrd [sic]. Dispensatio ad incompatibilia.
12 4 143 Lincolinen. [sic] Ricardus Salter. Dispensatio ad incompatibilia.
12 4 179 Lincolinen. [sic]. Wilhelmus Pemberton. Dispensatio ad incompatibilia.
12 4 183 Elien. Joannes episcopus Elien. (fn. 250) Facultas confirmandi statuta et ordinationes collegii S. Petri universitatis Cantiburgen. [sic] (fn. 251) ac obscura delucitandi [sic] et inutilia reuocandi.
12 4 225 Urbis (Rome). Camerarius custodes et fratres hospitalis santissime Trinitatis et sancti Thome Martyris de Urbe [hospitalis] Anglicorum nunc(upa)t(i). (fn. 252) Facultas vendendi vel concedendi in emphitheusim nonnulla bona dicti hospitalis.
12 7 41 Waterforden. Philippus Ohyky. Nova provisio [ecclesie] parochialis.
12 7 101 Limiricen. Thomas Rossel. Canonicatus et vicaria parochialis [ecclesie vacantes] per privationem.
12 7 185 Clochoren. Laurentius Oslamagan (recte Oflanagan). Rectoria parochialis [ecclesie vacans] per devolutionem. (fn. 253)
12 7 192 Clochoren. Donaldus Magny (?). (fn. 254) Nova provisio monasterii.
12 7 225 Glasgnen. [sic] David Speny [recte Spens]. (fn. 255) Canonicatus [vacans] per resignationem.
12 8 4 Lincolinen. [sic]. Joannes Vellys. Dispensatio ad incompatibilia.
12 8 6 Exovien. [sic]. Joannes Edmunde. Dispensatio ad incompatibilia.
12 8 130 Sancti Andreę. Thomas Masseleurelion [sic]. Dispensatio ad incompatibilia.
12 8 142 Cantuarien. Willelmus Balcer [sic] Dispensatio ad incompatibilia.
12 8 151 Rossen. (? recte Roffen.). Thomas Tyler. Dispensatio ad incompatibilia.
12 8 155 Eboracen. Robertus Cur [sic]. Dispensatio ad incompatibilia.
12 8 159 Norwicen. Joannes Dussines [sic]. Dispensatio ad incompatibilia.
12 8 206 Sancti Andreę. Guillelmus abbas et conventus monasterii [no name] O.S.B. (fn. 256) Confirmatio li[t]terarum apostolicarum Pauli pope ii super alienatione bonorum dicti monasterii.
12 8 237 Hertforden. (recte Hereforden.). Thomas electus Menenen. (recte Meneuen., i.e. St. Davids). (fn. 257) Retentio [ecclesie] parochialis. (fn. 258)
12 8 237 Menenen. (recte Meneuen., i.e. St. Davids). Thomas electus Menenen. (fn. 259) Absolutio. (fn. 260)
12 8 257 Norwicen. Georgius Hulispath. Dispensatio ad incompatibilia.
12 9 6 Vigorinen. [sic]. Incole et habitatores quatuor villarum cappelle [sic] S. Edmundi de Stulten (recte Stulton) Vigorinen. dioc. (fn. 261) Indultum sepelliendi [sic] mortuos in p(redic)ta cappella [sic].
12 9 24 Candide Case. Simon Kylhpatrie [sic]. Dispensatio ad incompatibilia.
12 9 28 Lincolinen. [sic]. Raymundus Baret. Dispensatio ad incompatibilia.
12 9 32 Vigorinen. [sic]. Henricus Dane prior (fn. 262) ac conventus monasterii B.M. de Lanthon O.S.A. Vigorinen. dioc. Unio prioratus S. Johannis Baptiste [Carmarthen] dicti ordinis Menenen. [sic] dioc. eidem monasterio.
Ad perpetuam [rei memoriam]. (fn. 263)
12 9 44 Elien. Petrus Wylde. Dispensatio ad incompatibilia.
12 9 46 Cicestren. Willelmus Mille. Dispensatio ad incompatibilia.
12 9 84 Cicestren. Thomas Campyon. Dispensatio ad incompatibilia. (fn. 264)
12 9 100 Sancti Andreę. Abbas monasterii [no name] O.S.B. (fn. 265) Indultum deferendi camisam ac pannos lineos.
12 9 142 Cicestren. Willelmus Falkley. Dispensatio ad incompatibilia.
12 9 142 Wigorinen. [sic]. Thomas Holferde [sic]. Dispensatio ad incompatibilia.
12 9 143 Eboracen. Indulgentia. (fn. 266)
12 9 159 Bathonien. (fn. 267) Rinaldus (fn. 268) Bochat [sic]. Indultum non residendi (fn. 269) ad septennium.
12 9 165 Norvicen. Willelmus Pynkynhin (? recte Pynkynh[a]m). Unio [ecclesie] parochialis canonicatui ad eius vitam [tantum].
12 9 186 Cantuarien. Thomas tituli S. Ciriaci presbyter cardinalis [archi]episcopus Cantuarien. (fn. 270) Indultum deferendi almutia pro vicariis civitatis Cantuarien, et totius regni Anglie.
Ad perpetuam [rei memoriam].
12 9 220 Eboracen. Riccardus Anglie rex illustris. Statutum quod decanus et sex cappellani [sic] ecclesie Middelham Eboracen. diec. [sic] (fn. 271) possint percipere (? recte accipere or recipere) et retinere quodcumque beneficium incompatibile.
Ad perpetuam [rei memoriam].
12 9 224 Menenen. (recte Meneuen., i.e. St. Davids). David Williani [sic] Dispensatio ad incompatibilia.
12 9 240 Eboracen. Joannes Craggis. Dispensatio ad incompatibilia.
12 9 243 Rossen. (in Scotia). Georgeus [sic] Chernikel (recte Cherm[i]kel, i.e. Carmichael). (fn. 272) Pen(sio).
12 9 270 Ossorien. Malitia (? recte Malac[h]ia) Odollane. Dispensatio ad incompatibilia.
12 9 274 Cantuarien. Thomas tituli S. Ciriaci presbyter cardinalis archiepiscopus Cantuarien. (fn. 273) Indultum permutandi suam residentiam de uno loco ad alium.
Ad perpetuam [r.m.].
12 9 277 Conf(irmati)o donationis eidem ecclesie facte.
Ad perpetuam [r.m.].
12 9 278 Eboracen. Rolandus Mabrim [sic]. Dispensatio ad incompatibilia.
12 9 283 Rossen. (? recte Roffen., i.e. Rochester). Joannes Fridel. Pen(sio).
12 9 288 Londovien. [sic]. Egidius Bugwyt [sic]. Dispensatio ad incompatibilia.
12 12 33 Aberdonen. Jacobus Bronun (? recte Brouun i.e. Brown.) (fn. 274) Decanatus [vacans] per obitum.
12 12 86 Duacen. (Kilmacduagh). Thomas Odubgilla. Vicaria perpetua [vacans] certo modo.
12 12 314 Glasgnen. [sic]. David Hugonis. Vicaria perpetua [vacans] per obitum.
12 13 27 Sancti Andreę. Andreas Linderdel (recte Lauderdel i.e. Lauderdale). Perind(e vale)re (fn. 275) super monasterio. (fn. 276) Ad futuram [rei memoriam].
12 13 160 Londovien. [sic]. Joanna Amiobren [sic]. Commissio.
12 13 161 Assanen. (recte Assauen, i.e. St. Asaph). Hugo app Robert app Meredundi [sic]. Commissio.
12 13 178 Sancti Andreę. Joannes Fenton. (fn. 277) Reservatio fructuum monasterii.
12 13 283 Laonen. seu Laomen. (recte Laonien. i.e. Killaloe). Mattheus Macfida (? recte Macsida) Maeromaria (? recte Macnamara). Erectio prioratus B.V.M. Laonen. seu Laomen. monialium in prioratum virorum, cum provisione a prima erectione.
12 14 37 Laon[i]en. (Killaloe). Theodoricus Obr[i]en electus Laonen. (fn. 278) Ecclesia [cathedralis vacans] per obitum. (fn. 279)
12 14 37 [Munus]. (fn. 280)
12 14 67 Du[n]cheldan. [sic]. Georgius electus Du[n]cheldan. (fn. 281) Ecclesia [cathedralis vacans] per obitum. (fn. 282)
12 14 67 [Munus].
12 14 108 Laon[i]en. (Killaloe) Edmundus Dhogain (recte Ohogain). Canonicatus [vacans] certo modo.
12 14 109 Mauritius Ohaurian (recte Ohanrian). Vicaria perpetua [vacans] certo modo.
12 15 211 Miden. (Meath). Ricardus Butteler. Commissio.
12 15 235 (fn. 283) Dublinen. Valterus electus Dublinen. (fn. 284) Retentio parochialis [ecclesie] et precentorie. (fn. 285)
12 15 268 Glasgnen. [sic]. Clemens Firle [sic]. Absolutio.
13 2 212 Tuamen. Joannes et David de Burgo. Commissio ratione [ecclesie] parochialis. (fn. 286)
13 7 231 (fn. 287) Laonien. Thomas Ograda. Dispensatio ad futura(m). (fn. 288)

Footnotes

1 On the end-paper at the beginning of the volume: Innocent. VIII. An. 1. to. 1. The volume is more correctly described on the back as ‘Sixto IV. 1484. Anno xiii. Innocent. VIII. 1484. Anno 1.’ The bulls of Sixtus IV are very few, being confined to ff. 54–70 and 121–35, the rest of the register containing bulls of Innocent VIII.
2 MCCCCLXXVIIo ,’ is written immediately after ‘MCCCLXXXVI,’ which is cancelled.
3 Innocentius etc.’ in the superscription is cancelled, and above it is substituted ‘Sixtus etc.,’ but no explanation of the correction is given.
4 Sixtus IV, coron. 25 Aug., 1471, ob. 12 Aug., 1484.
5 There were originally five of these Indice volumes, but the volume in which the Registers for ann. 7, 8 and 9 were indexed is lost.
6 On the title page: Index bullarum Sixti IV complectens annos i. ii. et iii. eius pontificatus. Tomus primus. Ab Antonio Malacardi, Regesti earundem bullarum custode transcriptus, de anno domini mdcclxi.
7 Blewbury, co. Berks. ‘Leodien’ is evidently a slip by the compiler of the Indice for 'saresbirien.’
8 Mandate to a judge or judges.
9 Mandate to give him the regular habit and receive his profession, as above, p. 99 and passim.
10 Although thesauraria is also used for ‘treasurership,’ as well as for ‘treasury.’
11 By the promotion of its holder to a superior benefice.
12 To make his regular profession, as (e.g.) Cal. XII, p. 99, and passim.
13 Cf. Bosham, co. Suffolk, of which Bosanham is an early form (Ekwall, Eng. Place.Names).
14 i.e. the incipit of a validation of letters of the pope's predecessor, Paul II. That pope having died before his letters were drawn up, the present pope decrees that they shall hold good from the date thereof, and that his present letters shall suffice as proof of the same (as above, p. 285 and passim).
15 Absolution from any sentences of excommunication which he may have incurred, etc., and rehabilitation, so that provision may be made to him (as above, p. 812, and passim).
16 Cf. below, an. 4, lib. 5, f. 42.
17 Thomas Spens alias Spence, translated 21 Nov., 1457 from Whiteherne to Aberdeen, void by the death of Ingram Lindsay, (Cal XI, p. 310, and Eubel II, both edd., from the Obligationes).
18 Cf. below, an. 1, lib. 10, f. 307.
19 See above, an. 1, lib. 6, f. 216.
20 Mandate to a judge or judges to hear and decide his appeal.
21 John Foxhole or Foxholes, O. Min., prov. 16 Dec., 1471 (Eubel, Hierarchia, II, ad loc.). See again above, p. 39 and passim.
22 Of John Bole, ob. 18 Feb., 1470 /1 (ibid.).
23 recte Munus, i.e. faculty to be consecrated by any catholic bishop, after taking to him the usual oath of fealty to the pope, as above, p. 522 (f. 25r.) and passim.
24 Thomas Rotherham alias Scott, transl. from Rochester to Lincoln, 8 March, 1471/2 (Le Neve–Hardy, Fasti, II, p. 20; Eubel, Hierarchia, II, ad loc., has 8 Jan.). See also above, p. 238.
25 Of John Chedworth, ob. 23 Nov., 1471 (ibid.).
26 i.e. mandate to receive from a translated and therefore already consecrated bishop his oath of fealty, and send it to the pope, as above, p. 522 (f. 8v.) and passim.
27 Cf. above, an. 1, lib. 7, f. 268.
28 See above, an. 1, lib. 1, f. 189.
29 See above, an. 1, lib. 7, f. 138.
30 There is no bishop of Glasgow so named in Eubel, Hierarchia, or Dowden-Thomson, Bishops, or the index of the present volume. He was, perhaps, a bishop in partibus, acting as a suffragan and receiving a “Pensio” in the diocese of Glasgow.
31 i.e., in order that previous papal letters may not be held surreptitious by reason of error etc., the pope hereby grants that they shall hold good from the date of these presents, just as if they did not contain such error, as above, p. 806.
32 i.e. a mandate (commissio) to surrogate him to another party in a suit concerning (in the present instance) a perpetual vicarage.
33 The same entry is repeated in the Indice under “Wellen.”
34 See above, an. 1, lib. 7, f. 254.
35 Cf. Raglan, co. Monmouth.
36 See also above, p. 860.
37 John Walton, prov. 4 May, 1472 (below, an. 2, lib. 1, f. 119).
38 See above, an. 1, lib. 1, f. 189.
39 i.e. faculty to be blessed by any catholic bishop in communion with the apostolic see, who shall receive and send his oath of fealty to the pope, as above, p. 812.
40 John Alcock, 1472 (Le Neve-Hardy, Fasti, II, p. 568); prov. 8 Jan., 1471 /2 (Eubel, Hierarchia, II, ad loc.). Transl. to Worcester in 1476 (above p. 522).
41 Of Thomas Rotherham alias Scot to Lincoln (above, an. 1, lib. 10, f. 305).
42 See above an. 1, lib. 10, f. 289.
43 i.e. faculty to be blessed, etc., as above, an. 2, lib. 1, f. 18 note.
44 See above, an. 1, lib. 7, f. 138.
45 Richard Martin, O. Min., prov. 9 March, 1471 /2 (Ware, Prelates, ed. 1704, Prov. of Cashel, p. 26; ed. Harris, 1739, p. 536, from Wadding, Ann. Min.; Eubel, Hierarchia, II, ad loc.).
46 Of Robert Poer, ob. circ. 1471 (Ware and Eubel, locc. citt.).
47 See above, an. 1, lib. 10, f. 289.
48 James Goldwell, prov. 17 July, 1472 (Le Neve-Hardy, Fasti, II, p. 468). Eubel Hierarchia, II. ad loc., has 16 July. See also above, p. 23n.
49 Of Walter Lyhert, alias le Hert, ob. 17 May, 1472 (Fasti, II, p. 467, and Eubel, loc. cit.).
50 See above, an. 1, lib. 10, f. 289.
51 Eubel, Hierarchia, Vol. II, 1st ed., omits Angus from the list of the bishops of Sodor, but on p. 264 he has a footnote: ‘Die 18 Jan. 1487 eidem ecclesiae vac, per ob. Augussi [recte Angussi] (supradicti? ) praefectus est Joannes Cambel, adiac. [archidiaconus] Lismoren., in minor(ibus) [ordinibus] constit(utus) (Obl. 83, 106),’ to which he adds a note of exclamation. The list in the 2nd ed. also omits Angus, but on p. 240 repeats the same footnote without the exclamation. Dowden-Thomson, however, includes in the list of the bishops of The Isles, Angus II, and records, following Brady's Episcopal Succession, his consecration at Rome on 27 Sept., 1472 (which agrees with the above An. 2). The also find ‘Angusius’ in 1476 in the Acts of the Parliaments of Scotland, and in the same year in the Registrum Magni Sigilli; see Dowden, The Bishops of Scotland, ed. J. Maitland Thomson (1912), pp. 289–290. See also Le Neve-Hardy, Fasti, III, p. 325. Bishop Angus is mentioned as being alive in Sept. 1479, above, p. 711.
52 See above an. 1, lib. 10, f. 289.
53 John Walton, abbot “de Orgneo” (a mis-spelling of some form of Osney, by Oxford), O.S.A., prov. 4 May, 1472 (Eubel, Hierarchia, II, 2nd ed., ad loc.). See again above, pp. 340–1, and below, an. 3, lib. 5, f. 132, an. 12, lib. 4, f. 102, and an. 12, lib. 15, f. 235. He resigned on 14 June, 1484 (above, p. 190).
54 Of Michael Tregury, ob. 21 Dec., 1471 (Eubel, and Ware, Bishops, ed. Harris, 1739, p. 340). Ware, Prelates, ed. 1704, Prov of Dublin, p. 11, has 12 Dec., without the year. See also above, p. 312.
55 See above an. 1, lib. 10, f. 289.
56 Richard Redman, abbot of Shap (Cal. XII, p. 329), prov. 17 Aug., 1472, retaining the said abbey (Eubel, Hierarchia, II, ad loc.; Le Neve-Hardy, Fasti, I, p. 72). For bp. Redman and Shap, See again above, pp. 316, 593 and 797–8.
57 Of Thomas Knight, ob. circ. 1471.
58 See above, an. 1, lib. 10, f. 289.
59 The same entry is repeated in the Indice under “Lichefelden.”
60 Donatus ‘Obenachan,’ prior of Inchmacnerin, in Cal. XII, p. 723.
61 Thomas Bourchier, abp. Canterbury, 1454–1486, cardinal since 18 Sept., 1467 (Eubel, Hierarchia, II, ad loc.; Le Neve-Hardy, Fasti, I, p. 23). See also below, an. 12, lib. 9, ff. 186 and 274.
62 An instance of economy of information. The entry in the Indice shows, at least, that the monastery was in the diocese of London.
63 To make his regular profession, as above, an. 1, lib. 6, f. 134.
64 Patrick Graham, transl. from Brechin to St. Andrews 4 Nov., 1465 (Cal. XII, p. 518), obligavit se 15 Dec. (Eubel, Hierarchia, II, ad loc.). Deprived 9 Jan. 1477/8 (above, p. 66).
65 Cf. below, an. 2, lib. 4, f. 53. The see was made archiepiscopal by Sixtus IV on 17 Aug., 1472 (above, p. 15), just before the beginning of his an. 2 (25 Aug., 1472–24, Aug., 1473).
66 ? of Paisley (see above, pp. 17–18), rather than Arbroath (see above, pp. 338, 554–5, 567).
67 See above, an. 2, lib. 3, f. 400.
68 See ibid.
69 i.e. mandate to receive his oath of fealty and send it to the pope. See above, p. 338 (f. 222r).
70 i.e. notariatus, as below, sl. 14. A long list of grants of the office of notary public occurs in Cal. XII, pp. 641–3.
71 Even allowing for the indexer's mis-spelling of surnames, some of them suggest a possible confusion of Lincoln (Lincolniensis) with Langres (Lingonensis).
72 See above, an. 2, lib. 4, f. 269, note.
73 recte profiteri, as above, an. 1, lib. 6, f. 134.
74 Mandate to hear his appeal, as above, an. 1, lib. 10, f. 122.
75 Mandate to give him the regular habit and receive his profession, as above, an. 1, lib. 1, f. 189.
76 Dispensation to be ordained and say mass, notwithstanding the said defect, as above, p. 728. See also below, an. 4, lib. 15, f. 241 and an. 10, lib. 6, f. 62.
77 Rather than Rading, but they seem to have been alternate forms of his name. The above indult was evidently granted after the transfer of “John Radyng or Ruding” from the archdeaconry of Northampton to that of Lincoln, 6 Aug., 1471 (Le Neve-Hardy, Fasti, II, p. 46).
78 To visit his archdeaconry by deputy, and receive the procarations, as above, p. 3 and passim.
79 Donald O'Donovan, prov. 4 Dec., 1448 (Cal. X, p. 389; Eubel, Hierarchia, II, 1st and 2nd edd. ad loc., with 4 Nov. instead of 4 Dec.) A successor to Donald was provided on 24 March, 1472/3 (not “1474 [i.e. 1473/4] Mart. 24,” as in Eubel), on the voidance of the see by Donald's resignation (above, p. 352; not by his death, as in Eubel). Notwithstanding, on 29 March, 1482, provision was made of another successor to Donald, the see being this time stated to be void by his death (above, p. 743), and so stated also in Eubel.
80 As always in the Indice, the name of the church on behalf of which the indulgence was granted is omitted. Cf. again below, an. 3, lib. 4, ff. 326, 348, and 380, an. 3, lib. 5, f. 51, and passim.
81 Cf. below, an. 3, lib. 4, f. 30.
82 Without the walls of Dublin.
83 A grant to be made to them (e.g. to farm out their possessions to laymen etc.) on condition that it be found to be “to the evident utility of the monastery” (e.g. Cal. XII, p. 211).
84 Cf. Cal. XII, p. 416 and above, p. 129.
85 Benefices without cure of souls.
86

viz. Herringby hospital, co. Norfolk, founded under the will of Hugh atte Fenne, lord of the manor of Herringby, dated 5 Feb., 1475 (? 1474/5 or 1475/6), according to Blomefield-Parkin, Hist. Norfolk, Vol. V (1775), p. 1563, whence Monasticon, ed. Caley, etc., Vol. VI, p. 768, which refers to Vol. IV (recte V) of Parkin's continuation of Blomefield, and also to Tanner, Notitia Monastica, Norf., XXIX (i.e. the 1787 edition). The Vict. Hist. Norf., Vol. II. (1906), p. 439, refers to Monasticon, as above, and to Vol. IX (recte XI), p. 222, of the 2nd ed. (1805–10) of Blomefield-Parkin, but gives an incorrect date, viz. 1447, which is repeated, without any reference being given, in Clay, Mediaeval Hospitals of England (1909), p. 306.

The date of the foundation is, in fact, not exactly clear. According to the Vatican rubricella, by the third year of the pope's pontificate (25 Aug., 1473 to 24 Aug., 1474) the hospital had already been erected, whereas according to Parkin it was erected in virtue of, and therefore after, the making of atte Febbe's will, that is, after 5 Feb., ‘1475.’ Moreover, according to Parkin, loc. cit., p. 1565, he was, contrary to the usual procedure, buried in 1474, the year before he made his will.

87 Osannycayn alias Oscolan in Cal. XII, p. 821.
88 See above, p. 585.
89 Exemplification of (lost) letters, with decree that it shall have the force of the originial, as in Cal. XII, pp. 195–7, and passim.
90 See above, an. 2, lib. 11. f. 168, note.
91 See above, an. 2, lib. 11, f. 168, note.
92 Evidently one of the parties belonged to the diocese of Durham and the other to that of York.
93 See above, an. 2, lib. 11, f. 168, note.
94 John Walton, archbishop of Dublin, as above, an. 2, lib. 1, f. 119.
95 The hospital of Holy Trinity and St. Thomas the Martyr of Canterbury, in the rione Arenula, Rome, now the English College. See again below, an. 10, lib. 13, f. 130 and an. 12, lib. 4, f. 225.
96 For this phrase, see above, an. 2, lib. 14, f. 70.
97 William Walwyn, abbot of Eynsham 1469–c. 1498 (Monasticon, III, p. 2).
98 Benefices without cure of souls.
99 The same entry is repeated in the Indice under “Wellen.”
100 See above, p. 364.
101 See above, an. 3, lib. 4, f. 309.
102 Cf. Shouldham, co. Norfolk.
103 Cf. Lincolinen., on f. 153, above.
104 John Laing, prov. 28 Jan., 1473/4 (Eubel, Hierarchia, II, ad loc.; Dowden-Thomson, Bishops, p. 328, from Registrum Episcopatus Glasguen., No. 402). See also above, pp. 355 and note, and 800.
105 Of Andrew de Durisdeer (alias etc.), alias Muirhead, ob. 20 Nov., 1473 (Eubel; D.-T. p. 327).
106 His munus, or faculty to be consecreated by any catholic bishop in communion with the apostolic see, is No. 403 in the above Registrum.
107 viz. from excommunication, etc., as above, p. 238 (f. 486v.), and passim.
108 Laurence Booth, prov. to the see of Durham 22 Aug., 1457 (Cal. XI, p. 324); translated to York 31 July, 1476 (above, p. 523).
109 Cf. ibid., p. 680.
110 Tilney All Saints, co. Norfolk. Such an informative entry as this is unfortunately very unusual in these rubricelle.
111 Rather than “Londonien,” a spelling which the scribe consistently avoids. Cf. below, an. 4, lib. 10, f. 90 note.
112 Thomas Lauder, obligavit se 28 April, 1452 (Eubel, II, ad loc., whence Dowden-Thomson, Bishops, p. 75, ‘Provided,’ under the same date). See also Cal. XII, p. xxviii.
113 Faculty to dispose of benefices in his gift which become void during alternate months of the year, and are not generally reserved to the pope, e.g. Cal. X, pp. 716–7, XI, p. 617 and XII, p. 546, all Aberdeen), and above, p. 572. He had received a similar faculty in 1467 (Cal. XII, p. 457).
114 Cf. Dalham, co. Suffolk.
115 The same entry is repeated in the Indice under ‘Lichefelden,’ with the same spelling “Badelyf.”
116 See above, an. 1, lib. 11, f. 52.
117 Faculty to be blessed, as above, an. 2, lib. 1, f. 18.
118 See ibid.
119 Thomas Milling, prov. 22 June, 1474 (Eubel, Hicrarchia, II, ad loc., with error 1471 in both 1st and 2nd editions). See also Le Neve-Hardy, Fasti, I, p. 466.
120 Of John Stanbury, ob. 11 May, 1474 (Eubel and Fasti, locc. citt.).
121 Faculty to be consecrated, as above, an. 1, lib. 10, f. 289. He was consecreated on 21 Aug., 1474 (Fasti, loc. cit. whence Eubel, 2nd ed.).
122 On the title page: Index bullarum Sixti IV. complectens annos iv, v, et vi eius pontificatus. Tomus II. Ab Antonio Malocardi regesti carundem bullarum custode transcriptus de anno domini mdeclxii.
123 Although Collingham is in co. York.
124 Odo Ohedersgeoyl (O'Driscoll), prov. to Ross in Ireland, 24 March, 1472/3, above, p. 352.
125 The same entry is repeated in the Indice under “Vellen.”
126 The same entry is repeated in the Indice under “Wellen,” with the same spelling “Aypum.”
127 The same entry is repeated in the Indice under “Wellen,” with the same spelling “Gubbe.”
128 Cf. above, an. 1, lib. 7, f. 231.
129 The entry implies that in an. 4 (25 Aug., 1474–24 Aug., 1475) he was a priest of the diocese of Salisbury, but does not neccessarily imply that he was already beneficed in that diocese. In the same an. 4, viz. in July 1475, when bishop “elect” of Lismore and Waterford, he was beneficed in the diocese of Bath and Wells (above, p. 451). In April 1483, when bishop, he was holding two benefices in the diocese of Salisbury, having resigned his Bath and Wells benefice (above, p. 838). See again below, an. 5, lib. 4, f. 268.
130 Grant of the office of notary public, as above, sl. 7 and note.
131 Cf. below, an. 4, lib. 14, f. 309.
132 Correctly spelt for the first time in the Indice. See above, an. 3, lib. 12, f. 351.
133 viz. by the promotion of Thomas Millyng to the see of Hereford (ibid., p. 276).
134 John Esteney, abbot 1474–98 (Monasticon, I, pp. 276–7).
135 Faculty to be blessed, as above, an. 2, lib. 1, f. 18.
136 See above, an. 2, lib. 14, f. 70.
137 Robert Turnbull. See above, p. 519, and below, an. 6, lib. 7, f. 105.
138 Mandate to bless the abbot, and receive his oath of fealty, as above, p. 519.
139 The same entry is repeated in the Indice under “Vellen.”
140 Cf. Laugharne, co. Carmarthen.
141 ? Wyboston, co. Bedford, of which Wiboldestone is the form in D.B. (Ekwall, Eng. Place-Names).
142 Witham Friary, co. Somerset.
143 Selwood forest was on the borders of Somerset and Wiltshire.
144 Presumably not the same John Cloos, dio. Chichester, of an. 11, lib. 5, f. 100, below.
145 The same entry is repeated in the Indice under “Vellen.”
146 Cf. above, an. 4, lib. 7, f. 241.
147 John Henton, prior of Bruton, co. Somerset, 1448–1494 (or 1495) (Vict. Hist. Somerset, II, pp. 135–6 and 138).
148 The same entry is repeated in the Indice under “Vellen,” with the same spelling “Brioton.”
149 The same entry is repeated in the Indice under “Lichefelden.”
150 To migrate from one religious order to another, as in Cal XII, p. 529 and passim.
151 The last letter is not clear.
152 Molana, co. Waterford.
153 See above, an. 2, lib. 14, f. 70.
154 As in an. 5, lib. 4, f. 196, below.
155 See ibid.
156 ? an error for some Scottish diocese, e.g. Sancti Andreę. See Cal. XII, pp. 114–6.
157 See above, an. 2, lib. 10, f. 212 and below, an. 10, lib. 6, f. 62.
158 Fermoy, co. Cork.
159 See above, an. 2, lib. 14, f. 70.
160 Eubel, Hierarchia, II, 1st and 2nd edd., has a gap in the bishops of “Lismoren. al. Ergadien.” from 1420 to 24 April, 1475, i.e. the date (as also above, p. 417) of the provision of the above Robert Colquhoun. Dowden-Thomson, Bishops of Scotland, p. 306, reduces the gap to 1461–1475. The gap is still further reduced by mentions of bishop George Lawder in Cal. XI and Cal. XII, the latter advancing the terminus a quo from 1461 to 23 July, 1470 (XII, p. 743). See also above, an. 4, lib. 15, f. 125.
161 See the preceding note. The usual ‘Munus’ is wanting.
162 Edmund Coningsburgh, prov. 5 June, 1475 (Eubel, Hierarchia, II, ad loc., with spelling “Konnesburg"). See again below, an. 10, lib. 13, f. 225. See also above, pp. 217, 261.
163 Of John Foxhole (or Foxholes), q.v. above, an. 1, lib. 10, f. 288.
164 The same three entries are repeated in the Indice under “Vaterforden.” with the same spelling “Bulconis,” and with “electus Lisrocen.”
165 recte Bulcomp, i.e. Bolcomp.
166

The exact date of John Bolcomp's provision does not appear. Accepting an. 5 of the Indice, it took place between 25 Aug., 1475, and 24 Aug., 1476. This is not quite correct, however, for in July 1475 the provision had taken place “recently” (above,p. 451). His consecration presumably followed in the ordinary course. According to Ware, Prelates, 1704 (Province of Cashel, p. 20), it took place in 1475. According to Ware, Bishops, ed. Harris, 1739, p. 536, the provision took place in 1475, and the consecration in 1476. It had taken place, at any rate, before April 1483 (above, p. 838). According to Eubel, however (Hierarchia, II. ad loc., 1st and 2nd edd.), it was not until 19 Sept., 1483, that Bolcomp bound himself to the papal Camera, which is obviously impossible. The date of Bolcomp's resignation is also uncertain. In Dec. 1482 he was alleged to have resigned (above, p. 119), but he does not seem to have actually done so until about Oct. 1483 (above, p. 148), a date which again is obviously inconsistent with Eubel's.

For his benefices held in commendam, see above, an. 4, lib. 5, f. 187.

167 Of Robert Poer, bishop since 2 Sept., 1446 (Eubel, loc. cit.), although Eubel gives the names of three bishops between him and Bolcomp, one of them being Richard Martin, for whom see above, an. 2, lib. 1, f. 66.
168 See above, passim, e.g. p. 238.
169 recte Munus. See above, an. 1, lib. 10, f. 289 and note.
170 According to Ware, Prelates, 1704 (Province of Dublin, p. 20). James Wale was “consecrated” on 5 April, 1475. According to Ware, Bishops, ed. Harris, 1739, p. 388, he was “promoted” to the see on that date. Under the same ambiguous date Eubel, Hierarchia, II, 1st and 2nd edd., gives “Jacobus Wal, O. Min.,” without mentioning his authority, which was presumably Ware, Games, or Wadding. It is the statement in the Bishops which is the correct one. See above, p. 48.
171 Of David, who had become bishop of Kildare in 1474 (Ware, and Ware ed. Harris, locc. citt., the latter of whom refers to Wadding). Eubel, loc. cit., gives the date of David's provision as 28 July, 1474, and rightly adds that he had previously been archdeacon of Kildare (as also above, p. 419). Above p. 48, the date is 29 July. Page 419, above, supplies David's surname, viz. Conel (i.e. Connell), and shows that on 6 Sept., 1474, he was still only bp. elect, i.e. he had not yet been consecrated.
172 See above, p. 522 (f. 25r.), and passim.
173 Probably an attempt at one of the many spellings of ‘Cantewll.’ Cf. Thomas ‘Cantuuell’ (i.e.Cantwell), above, p.74.
174 Presumably in the plural, unless a slip for the more probable “Vicaria.”
175 See above, an 2, lib. 17, f107.
176 Presumably a shorter form of the usual ‘vacans per devolutionem,’ as just above, an. 5, lib. 5, f. 289, i.e. lapsed to the apostolic see by reason of neglect by patron (or patrons) to present.
177 recte Rad[i]nge, i.e. Reading abbey.
178 the Thames.
179 See above, an. 4, lib. 14, f. 82.
180 Joannes de Ilton, O. Praed., 1476, Maii 24 (Eubel, Hierarchia, Vol. II, ad loc. from the Schede di Garampi. For his successor, James Lindesay, see above, p. 141.
181 Presumably of Arnold de Roten, a suffragan of the bishop of Verden in Germany, the immediate predecessor of Ilton in Eubel's list.
182 Faculty to be consecrated, as above, p. 522 (f. 25r.).
183 John Smith, prov. 11 March, 1475/6, according to Eubel, Hierarchia, 11, ad loc. Eubel refers for the provision, in both editions, to Sixt, IV. Lat. an. 5, lib. 1, f. 246 [sic], i.e. Reg. Lat. DCCLIX f. 245v., above, p. 480, which, however is not the provision, but only a dispensation, dated 30 March, 1476, to John Smith as having recently received provision of Llandaff. It is not evident where Eubel found 11 March, 1475/6, as the date of the provision. It is in neither Gams nor Le Neve-Hardy.
184 By the resignation of John Hunden (Ibid. and Le Neve-Hardy, Fasti, II, p. 249). See also above, pp. 480 and 482.
185 Abandonment by a religious of his order, habit and monastery, and return to “the world,” e.g. Cal. XII, p. 510.
186 See above, an. 1, lib. 11, f. 52.
187 See above, an. 2, lib. 17, f. 107.
188 Cf. the next entry but two.
189 The same entry is repeated in the Indice under “Conventren.”
190 Vol. 334 of the Indice is without the Malacardi title page.
191 The Indice volume for ann. 7, 8 and 9 is missing.
192 As below, an. 12, lib. 4, f. 51. Laurence (no surname) occurs 1461–91 in the list of the abbots of Furness in Vict. Hist. Lane. II, p. 131.
193 See above, an. 2, lib. 10, f. 212 and an. 4, lib. 15, f. 241.
194 William Bateman, 1298? –1355, founder of Trinity Hall and second founder of Gonville (and Caius), Cambridge.
195 See above, an. 2, lib. 11, f. 168.
196 Richard Beauchamp, transl. from Hereford 14 Aug., 1450, ob. 4 Nov., 1481 (Cal. X, p. 506; Le Neve-Hardy, Fasti, II, p. 603; Eubel, Hierarchia, II, 1st and 2nd edd., ad loc.), so that the indult was granted not long before his death.
197 Bishop Beauchamp did not belong to any “religio.” He had held parish churches (Cal. VIII, Index), and was archdeacon of Suffolk when, in 1448, he was provided to the see of Hereford (Cal. X, p. 388; Fasti, I, p. 465; Eubel, ad loc.). The object of the indult may have only been to enable him to say the canonical hours after the Use of Hereford, instead of that of Sarum. If so, he was rather late in obtaining it.
198 The same entry is repeated in the Indice under “Lichefelden.”
199 See above, p. 826, and below, an. 12, lib. 8, f. 237.
200 The same entry is repeated in the Indice under “Lichefelden,” with the spelling “Wilhelmus.”
201 See above, an. 2, lib. 17, f. 107.
202 i.e. a benefice without cure of souls.
203 See above, an. 5, lib. 8, f. 118.
204 See above, an. 5, lib. 8, f. 118 and note.
205 See above, an. 3, lib. 5, f. 354, and below, an. 12, lib. 4, f. 225.
206 Cheshire.
207 The same entry is repeated in the Indice under “Lichefelden,” with the rather better spelling “Bumbure.”
208 Octavianus de Palatio, Florentinus, was provided to Armagh 3 July, 1478 (Eubel, Hierarchia, II, ad loc.), a date which ill agrees with an. 10 of the Indice.
209 “res. Edmundi” (Eubel), sc. “Konnesburg” (Coningsburgh). For his provision to Armagh in 1475 see above, an. 5, lib. 4, f. 203. The 2nd ed. of Eubel adds that he afterwards acted as suffragan to the bishops of Norwich and Ely.
210 or Hasting[es]. See above, pp. 550, 635, 823 (a portable altar for him and his wife, 5 Sept., 1482), and passim.
211 See above, an. 5, lib. 8, f. 118.
212 Or perhaps an error for some other diocese.
213 William Oliphant does not occur as bishop of Dunkeld in Eubel, Hierarchia, nor in Dowden-Thomson, Bishops. Nor does he occur as such in the present volume.
214 i.e. confidentie (beneficialis or beneficiorum.) Simonia confidentialis seu Confidentia beneficialis (or beneficiorum) is a kind of fraudulent trust, viz, the collusive collation, resignation, presentation, or institution, etc., of or to a benefice, on the understanding that such benefice, or a pension therefrom, shall after a certain time be resigned to the collator himself, etc., or to a third party. See Ferraris, Prompta Bibliotheca Canonica, ed. Migne (Paris, 1857), tom, vii., s.v. Simonia, where one of the bulls which prohibited such bogus transactions is printed, viz. Intolerabilis of Pius V (1569). The same bull, and also Romanum pontificem of Pius IV (1564), Divina dei providentia of Sixtus V (1586), and the same pope's Pastoralis officii (1587), are printed in the Magnum Bullarium Romanum, edd. L. Cherubini and others, tom. ii (1727), pp. 302–4, 128–9, 603–6 and 640–1, respectively. See also the Bullarium Romanum, ed. Cocquelines (1739 sqq.), ad locc.
215 See above an. 5, lib. 8, f. 118, note.
216 See above an. 5, lib. 8, f. 118, note.
217 Odubda is here described in anno 10 as already archdeacon, but he did not, according to the Indice itself, get provision of the archdeaconry till anno 11 (below, an. 11, lib. 1, f. 209). This confirms the fictitious nature of the Indice division of the Registers into anni and libri.
218 The same entry is repeated in the Indice under “Vellen” (i.e. Wellen).
219

John Hornse alias Shipton, prov, to Ross [in Ireland] 1 Oct., 1464, with concurrent letters to the archbishop of Cashel (Cal. XII, p. 432, from Reg. Lat. 617, f. 190). Eubel, Hierarchia, 1st and 2nd edd., duly records the provision, taking it from the same Lateran Register, but, notwithstanding the clue furnished by the mention of the archbishop of Cashel, places “Joannes Horuse [sic] al. Shipton,” not amongst the bishops of Ross in Ireland, but amongst the bishops of Ross in Scotland, an error pointed out by Dowden-Thomson, Bishops, p. 220, note. See also above, Corrigendum to p. 738.

Bishop John Hornse is evidently the John, bishop of Ross, who was acting as a suffragan bishop in the diocese of Bath and Wells in 1479–81 (Stubbs, Registrum Sacrum, 2nd ed., p. 207, from Newcourt's Repertorium, I, p. 267 and II, p. 812), a date which agrees with the an. 11 of the Indice.

220 See the preceding entry.
221 See above, an. 10, lib. 16, f. 280.
222 See above, an. 5, lib. 8, f. 118 and note.
223 See Cal. XII, p. 295.
224 viz. of Binham, co. Norfolk. The ‘deputatio’ is mentioned above, p. 806. See also p. 851.
225 See above, pp. 791–2, and an. 4, lib. 14, f. 272.
226 As above, an. 3, lib. 4, f. 235.
227 See an. 2, lib. 14, f. 80.
228 Greatconnell, Aug. priory of St. Mary, co. Kildare.
229 This name (if correctly spelt in the Indice) does not go well with the diocese of St. Andrews. 'Sancti Andreę’ may, however, be itself an error for some other diocese.
230 See above, an. 11, lib. 5, f. 300.
231 The Indice ought to have repeated the entry under “Moravien,” but has not done so.
232 Andrew Stewart, prov. 12 Aug., 1482 (above, pp. 797, 798, 817, 818). Eubel, Hierarchia, II, ad loc. (followed by Dowden-Thomson, Bishops, p. 163) has the erroneous date 7 Aug.
233 Of Lincluden, dioc. Glasgow, co. Kirkcudbright (Dowden-Thomson, p. 164).
234 The same entry is repeated in the Indice under the heading “Exovien.”
235 ? recte Joannes Edmundi et Edmundus Wilhelmi de Geraldinis.
236 No Irish possessions of the Bėnedictine priory of St. Nicholas, Exeter, are mentioned in this or the earlier volumes of the Calendar, nor are they mentioned in Monasticon.
237 Cf. Sonning, cos. Berks and Oxon.
238 See above, p. 703.
239 See above, an, 5, lib. 8, f. 118, note.
240 See above, e.g. an. 2, lib. 17, f. 107.
241 By promotion to a superior benefice.
242 Vol. 335 of the Indice also lacks the Malacardi title page.
243 See above, an. 2, lib. 11, f. 168.
244 See above, an. 10, lib. 6, f. 36.
245 Aldbury priory, co. Surrey, O.S.A.
246 John Walton, as above, an. 2, lib. 1. f. 119.
247 co. Kent, O. Clun.
248 William Elphinstone, transl. from Ross to Aberdeen 19 March, 1482/3, above, p. 824. See also above, pp. 105, 181.
249 From excommunication, etc., as above, p. 238.
250 John Morton, prov. to Ely 30 Oct., 1478, transl. Canterbury 1486 (Le Neve-Hardy, Fasti, I, p. 340; Eubel, Hierarchia, II, ad loc., and above, p. 657.
251 Peterhouse, Cambridge.
252 See above an. 3, lib. 5, f. 354 and an. 10, lib. 13, f. 130.
253 See above, an. 5, lib. 8, f. 118, note.
254 The “n” is uncertain.
255 See above, p. 196, note.
256 See again below, an. 12, lib. 9, f. 100.
257 Thomas Langton, prov. 4 July, 1483 (above, p. 826; Le Neve-Hardy, Fasti, I, p. 299).
258 Pembridge, co. Hereford (p. 826). See also above, an. 10, lib. 6, f. 191.
259 See the preceding entry.
260 From excommunication etc., e.g., above, p. 238.
261 Stoulton St. Edmund, co. Worcester.
262 Henry Dean (or Deane), prior of Llanthony Secunda co. Gloucester (Monasticon, VI, p. 127)' successively bishop of Bangor (1494), Salisbury (1500), and archbishop of Canterbury (1501); ab. 1503 (Eubel, Hierarchia, II, and Le Neve-Hardy, Fasti, ad locc.). See again above, p. 800.
263 The same entry is repeated in the Indice under “Menenen,” (recte Meneuen., i.e. St. Davids).
264 A similar dispensation was obtained by him in May 1483 (i.e. an. 12), above, p. 831.
265 See above, an. 12, lib. 8, f. 206.
266 See above, an. 2, lib. 11, f. 168.
267 The same entry is repeated in the Indice under “Welhen.” (recte Wellen.), with the same spelling “Bochat.”
268 ? recte Ricardus. Cf. Richard Bocat, of the same diocese, above, p. 749.
269 Cf. above, an. 3, lib. 4, f. 235.
270 Thomas Bourchier, abp. Canterbury, 1454–86. See also above, an. 2, lib. 3, f. 154, and below, an. 12, lib. 9, f. 274.
271 Middleham, North Riding, 10 miles s. of Richmond. Erected into a collegiate church by Richard III in 1476 (Monasticon, VI, p. 1440), when duke of Gloucester (above, pp. 103, 751).
272 See Cal. XII, pp. 188 and 427.
273 See above, an. 2, lib. 3, f. 154 and an. 12, lib. 9, f. 186.
274 See above, p. 197.
275 See above, an. 1, lib. 11, f. 52.
276 sc. Dryburgh. See above, pp. 811 and 834–4.
277 See Cal. XII, pp. 296–7 and 613.
278 Oblig. se 19 Sept., 1483 (Eubel, Hierarchia, II, ad loc.). In Ware, Prelates, 1704 (Prov. of Cashel. p. 47), and his Bishops, ed. Harris, 1739, p. 594, he is Terence alias Terlach alias Tirlagh alias Theodorick O'Brien II. See also above, pp. 149 and 195.
279 Of Matthew O'Griffa (Eubel, loc. cit.). See also above, p. 377 and passim.
280 See above, p. 522 (f. 25r.).
281 George Browne, 22 Oct., 1483 (Eubel, Hierarchia, II, ad loc.; Dowden-Thomson, Bishops, p. 80). See also above, pp. 276–7, 843. On p. 851 the date of the provision is 23 Oct., 1483.
282 Of James Livingstone (Eubel and Dowden, locc citt.). See also above, p. 276, and passim in the Index, s.v. Levingston.
283 The same entry, with ‘Miden.’ instead of ‘Dublinen.’, occurs in the Indice under “Miden.”
284 Walter FitzSimon (alias FitzSimons, FitzSymond), precentor of Dublin, prov. 14 June, 1484 (above, p. 846), on voidance of the see by the resignation of John Walton, for whom see above, an. 2, lib. 1, f. 119. The date is correctly given in Ware, Prelates, 1704 (Prov. of Dublin, p. 12), and his Bishops, ed. Harris, 1739, p. 343.
285 As the archbishop elect was precentor of Dublin, the parish church was presumably in the diocese of Meath.
286 A mandate to hear and decide a case concerning a parish church.
287 There are therefore only two items for an. 13. According to the Sussidi, 4 (but? recte 3) registers of that year are missing.
288 ? An error for the frequent ‘Dispensatio ad incompatibilia.’ Dispensations do not begin with ‘Ad futuram (rei memoriam’).