Index of Persons and Places
D, E, F, G

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'Index of Persons and Places: D, E, F, G', Calendar of Papal Registers Relating to Great Britain and Ireland, Volume 13: 1471-1484 (1955), pp. 985-1028. URL: http://british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=105217 Date accessed: 02 September 2014.


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Dabeney, master William, notary public, proctor of lady Anne Raynesford, 688, 692.

Dacre, [co. Cumberland,] and Gilsland (q.v.), lord of the barony of. See Dacre, Humphrey.

Dacre, Humphrey, baron Dacre of Gilsland, lord of the barony of Dacre and Gilsland, indult to, 847.

Dagendonywayn. See Dangandonovan.

Dagles, Ninian, pensioner upon a prebend in Glasgow and a rectory in that diocese, 883.

Dainbury. See Danbury.

Dalcon. See Dalton.

Dale Abbey, la Dale in Parco Stanlay, [co. Derby,] Premonstratensian abbey, father abbot of. See Newsham, Thomas abbot of.

-, -, abbot and convent of, rents to be paid by, 269.

Dalge. See Kildellig.

Dalham, co. Suffolk, 886 note.

Dalham, Dallini, William, dispensation to, 886.

Dalingh, (recte Driburgh). See Dryburgh.

Dallini. See Dalham, William.

Dalkeith, Dalkerth, Dalketh, Dallreith, [co. Edinburgh,] collegiate church of St. Nicholas, endowment of, augmented, 467, 468.

-, -, provost of, papal mandatary, 71.

-, -, provostship and five canonries in, 467.

-, -, prebendary in. See Cant, John.

-, lord of. See Douglas, James, earl of Morton.

Dalmeny, Du[n]manyn, [co. Linlithgow,] rectory of, 433, 434.

-, See also Aldcathie.

Daloquhy, Robert, to be a canon of Moray and prebendary of Kinoir, 733.

Dalton, de Altun, Dalcon, James, abbot of Clonard, commissary of Nicholas Herbarde, prior of Newtown, 312.

-, -, commissary of Peter abbot of Navan, 314, 315 note.

-, -, an Augustinian canon and de facto abbot of Clonard, 816.

-, master Thomas, rector of Ropsley, witness, 689.

-, -, deposition of, 690.

Dambuson, Dambusson. See Daubusson.

Damson. See Davison.

Damynys. See Devenish.

Danbury, Dainbury, [co. Essex,] Richard Hawte lord of, 549.

Danby, Nicholas, dispensation to, 484 note.

-, (or Dauby), Peter, de facto dean of Térouane, 260 note.

Dane. See Dean (or Deane), Henry.

Dangandonovan, Dagendonywayn, [co. Cork,] rectory of, 407.

Danyell, John, rector of Beaconsfield, dispensation to, 608.

Danzig, Gdanczk, one of the Hanse towns, commonalty of, 235.

-, -, Polus Behenk of, 235.

Daren. See Derrane.

Daren[sis]. See Kildare.

-, -, written Dayrensis, 259 note.

-, written in error for Deren[sis], 603 (ter), 618.

Darenth, North Deruth, [co. Kent,] parish church of SS. Peter and Paul, a peculiar of the archbishop of Canterbury, vicarage of, 828, 828 note.

Darfield, Derfelde, [co. Yorks,] parish church of All Saints, rectory of, 860.

Darley, Derlegh’, [co. Derby,] Augustinian abbey of St. Mary, canon of. See Lughtburgh’ alias Willemont, John.

Darnton,—, dispensation to, 866.

Dartford, Dertford, [co. Kent,] parish church of the Holy Trinity, vicarage of, 623.

Dartry, Dartria, [now a barony in co. Monaghan,] plebs of, 152.

Daschinton, David, sometime vicar of Auchterhouse, 30.

Daspremont. See Aspremont, John d’.

Datia . See Denmark.

Daubusson, Dambuson, Dambusson, Peter, master of the Hospital of St. John of Jerusalem, bulls addressed to, 256 note.

-, -, collation made by, 255.

-, -, grants made by, 59, 69.

-, -, letters of, 255.

-, -, -, exemplified, 130.

Dauby. See Danby, Peter.

Dauell’, Elizabeth, a nun of Baysdale, dispensation to, 807.

Dauet, Thomas, rector of St. Olave, Southwark, and of St. Mary, Calais, principal almoner of Edward IV, sometime rector of Slapton, dispensation to, 565.

Daunay, William, late preceptor of Temple Combe, 255, 256.

Dauntsey, Dawntesey, [co. Wilts,] rectory, of, 541.

Daventry, Davanture, Daventure, [co. Northampton,] Benedictine priory, monk of. See Chichester, William.

Davers, Henry, of London, one of the executors of Thomas Beleter, petition and appeal of, 801.

David ap Griffuth, rector of Slimbridge, dispensation to, 820.

David ap John, a monk of Conway, dispensation to, 728.

David, John, a Friar Eremite, dispensation to, 427.

David, Maurice ap. See Maurice ap David.

David, Reginald ap. See Reginald ap David.

David, Davit, Robert ap. See Robert ap David.

Davidis, John, a canon of Aberdeen, to exchange the prebend of Kinkell for that of Banchory-Devenick, 348.

-, -, to be rector of Laurencekirk, 403.

Davison, Damson, Davyson, John, dean of Salisbury, date of appointment of, 23 note.

-, -, almoner to Edward prince of Wales, indult to, 568.

Davit, Philip, rector of St. Brynach the abbot, Dinas, dispensation to, 629.

-, Robert ap. See Robert ap David.

Davy, George, rector of Ingatestone, dispensation to, 472.

-, John. See Vaghan alias Davy.

-, Richard, vicar of Riccall, dispensation to, 593.

-, Dawy, Thomas, vicar of Ellesmere, dispensation to, 735.

Dawntesey. See Dauntsey.

Dawson alias Bywell, Robert, a monk of Bindon, dispensation to, 786.

Dawy. See Davy, Thomas.

Day, Howel ap. See Howel ap Day.

Dayly, Thomas, rector of Winterborne Stickland, dispensation to, 850.

Dayre. See Deer, Old.

Dayrensis written for Darensis, 259 note.

Dean (or Deane), Dane, Dene, Henry, prior of Lanthony by Gloucester, afterwards successively bishop of Bangor, bishop of Salisbury and archbishop of Canterbury, union made for, 912.

-, -, dispensation of, 800.

Dean, West, W[e]st Dene, [co. Wilts,] rectory of, 808.

Dearg. See Abbeyderg.

de Cymonie (recte Desymonie), comes. See FitzGerald, James, earl of Desmond.

Dee, river [Scotland,] farm of the waters of, 504.

Dee, William, rector of Avon Dassett, dispensation to, 637.

Deer, Old, Dayre, Der, Deyre, [in Buchan parish, co Aberdeen,] Cistercian abbey of St. Mary, abbot of, papal mandatary, 258, 343.

-, -, James abbot of. See Pettindreith.

-, -, William late abbot of. See Evyot.

-, -, monk of. See Pettindreith, James.

-, -, convent of, papal letters to, 826.

Deerhurst, Derhurst, [co. Gloucester,] Benedictine priory, appropriation of, to Tewkesbury abbey, 366–8.

-, -, -, confirmed, 630, 631.

-, -, prior or warden, four monks and secular priest of, ordination of, 367.

-, -, priors of, neglect of, 630.

-, -, decay of, 630.

-, -, dependence of, 631.

-, -, incorrectly described in papal letters as of the order of St. Augustine, 631.

-, -, manors belonging to, 367.

-, -, parish churches appropriated to, 367.

-, -, manor of, 367, 368.

-, parish church of, with its annexed chapels, 367, 368.

-, -, right of visitation of, 368.

-, -, parishioners of, sacraments etc. for, 367.

Deer Island, co. Clare. See Inismore.

Degre, John, priest, absolution and dispensation of, 783.

Dei, John, dispensation to, 899.

de Ismon . (recte Desmonie), i.e. Desmond, James earl of. See FitzGerald.

de la Mare, Thomas, knight, lord of Aldermaston, devotion of, to an image of the Crucifixion at Amesbury, 219.

de la Pole, Alice, [dowager] duchess of Suffolk, indult to, 550.

-, Pool, Poole, Edward, nephew of Edward IV and Richard III, dispensation to, 274.

-, -, a canon of Salisbury, nephew of Edward IV, dispensation to, 714.

-, John, duke of Suffolk, son of. See de la Pole, Edward, supra.

-, -, wife of, sister of Edward IV, 714.

de Lege. See Kildellig.

Delius , P., 761.

del Palatio. See Palatio, Octavian de.

Delves, Richard, vicar of Prees, dispensation to, 829.

Demechyrche. See Dymchurch.

Demisceltra (i.e. de Inisceltra). See Inishcaltra.

Denbigh, Dynbych, [co. Denbigh,] rectory of, 473.

Dene, Juliana alias Ciliana, absolution and dispensation of, 258, 259.

-, Richard, an Augustinian canon and prior of Great Malvern and administrator of Lenton, to be prior commendatary of Lenton, 192.

-, -, petition of, 191, 192.

-, -, oath of fealty of, etc., 192.

-, -, Richard, rector of Abbess Roding, dispensation to, 321.

-, Robert, indult to, 874.

Dene, W[e]st. See Dean, West, co. Wilts.

Denia, [Alicante, Spain,] Alfonsus comte de, heirs of, 242.

-, -, money borrowed by, 241.

Denmark, Datia, king of. See Christian I.

-, queen of. See Dorothea.

-, Andrew Alamani of, 305.

Dennington, Denyngton, [co. Suffolk,] parish of, dispute as to extent of, 799.

-, parishioners of, petition and appeal of, 799.

-, rector of, petition and appeal of, 799.

-, See also Summannysfeld.

Denver, [co. Norfolk,] parish church of St. Mary, mediety of rectory of, 806.

Denyngton. See Dennington.

Denys, Thomas, rector of West Wickham, dispensation to, 545.

-, William, rector of Harbledown, dispensation to, 306.

de Pedale (recte de Dependale). See Burnham Deepdale.

Der. See Deer, Old.

Derby, [co. Derby,] William archdeacon of. See Chauntre.

Derby, John, abbot of Halesowen, money paid to, to purchase 6l. yearly rent, 264 note.

-, John, of London, executors of the testament of, 784.

-, -, litigation concerning the legacies of, 784, 785.

-, William, rector of Barton in the Clay, dispensation to, 518.

Dereham, West, West Decham, Derham, [co. Norfolk,] Premonstratensian priory, canon of. See Johnson, James.

Deren[sis]. See Derry.

-, written in error Daren[sis], 603 (ter), 618.

-, written Derren[sis], 164.

Derfelde. See Darfield.

Derg. See Abbeyderg.

Derhurst. See Deerhurst.

Derlegh’. See Darley.

Derlynton, Thomas, of London, one of the executors of the testament of John Derby, 784, 785.

Dermath. See Durrow, King's country.

Derrane, Daren, [in Kilbride, co. Roscommon,] Augustinian priory of St. Mary, canon of. See Oberind, Thady.

Derren[sis], written for Deren[sis], 164.

Derry, Deren[sis], bishop of, papal mandatary, 313, 370, 605.

-, -, resignation made to, 423.

-, Nicholas bishop of. See Weston.

-, See of, 398 note.

-, archdeacon of, papal mandatary, 604, 849.

-, official of, papal mandatary, 604, 643, 650, 759.

-, cathedral church of. See Londonderry.

-, diocese of, persons of, 11, 48, 82, 112, 164, 285, 423, 437, 604, 650, 759, 849.

-, -, places in. See Aghadowey; Badoney; Bovevagh; Clonca; Dungiven; Errigal; Eahan, Upper; Londonderry; Longfield; Macosquin; Moville; Tamlaght-ard; Urney.

-, -, rectory in, 895.

- See also Londonderry.

Derrygalvin, Dyregellyuayn, Dyregellywayn, [co. Limerick,] rectory of, 30, 379.

Derryvillane, Dyrivoyleayn, Dyriwillay, Dyryvoylayn, [co. Cork,] rectory of, 407.

-, vicarage of, 595.

Dertford. See Dartford.

Dertuensis . See Tortosa.

Derunde. See Drumcliff.

Desertethuy alias Balegybun. See Ballygibbon.

Desertmore, Dischret Mor, Dyserth, [co. Cork,] a prebend in Cork, 422, 765.

Deserto , abbey de. See Connor.

Desmond, de Cymonie, de Ismon’, de Simonie, Dessimonia, [part of cos. Cork and Kerry,] James earl of. See FitzGerald.

-, earls of, confirmation to, 170.

-, Thady prince of, 250.

-, -, Anora his wife, 250.

-, Donald brother of Thady prince of, 250.

-, -, Morina his wife, 250.

-, temporal lord of. See Mac-Garry, Thady.

Despremont, John. See Aspremont, John d’.

Dessimonia . See Desmond.

Deth alias Woodbrigg, John, an Augustinian canon of St. Osyth, dispensation to, 844.

Dettheley. See Bettheley, John.

Deuil, John, notary public, letters drawn up by, 692.

Deurisder (i.e. de Vrisder, recte de [D]urisder). See Durisdeer.

Devenish, Damynys, [co. Fermanagh,] Augustinian priory of St. Mary, prior of, papal mandatary, 700.

-, collegiate church of St. Laserianus, Bartholomew prior of. See Ocathasay.

-, -, Peter prior of. See Olannagan.

-, -, Thomas prior of. See Maguire.

-, parish church of, erected into a prebend of Clogher, 700.

Devereaux, Walter, lord of Ferrers, witness, 689.

-, -, deposition of, 690.

Dexeter (or d'Exeter), John, late vicar of Inch, co. Cork, 818.

Deyre. See Deer, Old.

Dhogain (recte Ohogain). See O'Hogan, Edmund.

Diaz de Coca, John, bishop of Calahorra, a papal auditor, cause before, 332.

-, -, causes committed to, 109, 310.

Didcot, Dudcote, [co. Berks,] parish church of All Saints, rectory of, 557.

Didesham. See Dittisham.

Dier, Walter, prior of the Carmelite house of Ludlow, dispensation to, 729.

Dig, Thomas, grant to, 887.

Dignail, rector of the chapel of St. Laurence, [Dingwall], dispensation to, 364.

-, Thomas, exemplification for, 883.

-, -, Cf. also Dingwel, Thomas.

Diluyn, Hobertus, a canon of Clonmacnoise, papal mandatary, 49.

Dinas, Dynas in Kemmeys, [co. Pembroke,] parish church of St. Brynach the abbot, rectory of, 629.

Dingwall, [co. Ross,] chapel of St. Laurence, rectory of, 364.

Dingwel, Thomas, late a canon and sub-dean of Ross [in Scotland], 84.

-, Cf. also Dignail.

Dinham, Dynham, John, indult to, 379.

-, [sir] John, lord Dinham, witness, 689.

-, -, deposition of, 690.

-, -, lord of Woodham Walter, indult to, 823.

-, -, present wife of, 823.

Dionisien[sis]. See Varna.

Diptford, Dipford, [co. Devon], rectory of, 306.

Disart, diocese of St. Andrews. See Dysart, co. Fife.

Discert, diocese of Meath. See Dysart, co. Westmeath.

Dischret Mor. See Desertmore, co. Cork.

Disert alias Carglich. See Dysert, in Trughanacme barony, co. Kerry.

Disertbracayn, Disertbratayn. See Templebrecan.

Disertem, Diserteni, Disertheni alias Balegybbun. See Ballygibbon.

Dissert. See Dysert, co. Waterford.

Dissethir, Thomas, vicar of Corkbeg, charges against, 553, 554.

Dittisham, Didesham, [co. Devon,] rectory of, 617.

Dixbrugh (recte Dryburgh). See Dryburgh.

Dixwell, Disxwell, Dixwel, William, prior of Bingham, dispensation to, 851.

-, -, deputation for, 906.

-, -, a monk of St. Albans and prior of Binham, grant to, 806.

Doby, Alexander, to be vicar of Logie, co. Fife, 823.

Dobyll, James, rector of Dennington, petition and appeal of, 799.

Dodbrooke, Dodebrooke, [co. Devon,] rectory of, 434.

Dodcott cum Wilkesley, co. Cheshire. See Combermere.

Doddinghurst, Duddinghurst, [co. Essex,] rectory of, 7.

Dodebrooke. See Dodbrooke.

Dodford, Todforde, [co. Worcester,] Premonstratensian priory, appropriation of, 264 note.

Dodyn, Benedict, rector of Withyham, dispensation to, 706.

Dog, Thomas, an Augustinian canon of Inchmahome, elected and afterwards provided prior of the same, 414.

-, -, sentence against, 415.

-, -, removal of, 416.

-, -, petition of, 415.

-, -, sentence for, 415.

Doget, Dogett, John, archdeacon of Chichester, dispensation to, 630.

-, -, orator of Edward IV to the pope, faculty to, 246.

-, -, treasurer of Chichester and orator of Edward IV to the pope, dispensation to, 248.

-, -, indults to, 248, 249.

-, -, petitions of, 249, 250 (ter).

-, -, safe-conduct for, 247.

-, -, sometime a minister of the church of St. Mary, Eton, devotion of, to that church, 254.

-, -, treasurer of Chichester, a canon of Salisbury and orator of Edward IV to the pope, decree for, 245.

-, -, to be a canon of Cambrai, a canon of St. Omer's at St. Omer and a canon of St. Mary's, Antwerp, 246.

-, -, also rector of Havant, grant and dispensation to, 246.

Doles, James, proctor of Donald Macullach, 86.

-, -, to be vicar of Kilmany, 479.

-, -, to be professed as a Trinitarian Friar of Fail, 552.

-, -, to be preceptor of Fail, 553.

-, -, of St. Andrews, proctor of Andrew Lesly, 611.

Dolla, Dolud, [co. Tipperary,] farm of the rectory of, 270.

-, parcel of tithes in the parishes of Kilmore and, 96.

Dolthas [in Lyme Regis or Halstock, co. Dorset,] tithes of, 374.

Dolud. See Dolla.

Domet, John, to be vicar of St. Munchin, Limerick, 739.

Domnachmor. See Donaghmore, co. Limerick.

Dompnachmor. See Donaghmore, co. Tyrone.

Domysceltra (i.e. de Inysceltra). See Inishcaltra.

Don, Done, river, [Scotland,] farm of the waters of, 504.

Don alias Kyngislan’ Roger, a monk of Worcester, dispensation to, 748.

-, -, relatives of, 748 note.

Donachmor, a prebend in Limerick. See Donaghmore, co. Limerick.

Donachmor, in the diocese of Ossory. See Donaghmore, Queen's county.

Donaghmore, Donahmor, Downachmor, [co. Cork, E.R.,] a prebend in Cloyne, 774.

-, a prebend in Cloyne, with annexed chapel of Kilmartin, 350.

Donaghmore, Donathmor, [co. Kilkenny,] rectory of, united to the prebend of Kyle, 701.

Donaghmore, Domnachmore, Donachmor, Donahacmor, Donathmor, Donnadmor, [co, Limerick,] a prebend in Limerick, 420, 619, 670, 707, 758.

-, vicarage of, 360, 361.

Donaghmore, Donachmor, [Queen's co.,] rectory of, 98.

Donaghmore, Downachmor, [co. Tipperary,] a prebend in Lismore, 185.

Donaghmore, Dompnachmor, [co. Tyrone,] rectory of, 320, 321.

Donaghmore, co. Wexford. See Glascarrig.

Donahacmor (recte Donachmor). See Donaghmore, co. Limerick.

Donahmor. See Donaghmore, co. Cork, E.R.

Donald, clerk, of the diocese of Clogher, and member of the household of the bishop of Clogher, 774.

Donald, Donaldi, Dougal, a monk [sic] of Oransay, to be prior of the same, 325.

-, Donald(i), John, chancellor of Dunkeld, charges against, 722, 723.

-, Donalde alias Foster, Thomas, vicar of Darenth, dispensation to, 828.

Donaldson, James, homicide of, 618.

Donathmor, in the diocese of Ossory. See Donaghmore, co. Kilkenny.

Donsthmore, a prebend in Limerick. See Donaghmore, co. Limerick.

Donbart [sic], earl of. See Dunbar, Patrick.

Dondon, Robert, notary by imperial authority, 392.

-, -, resignation made before, 711.

Dondonald. See Dundonald.

Dondum, John, a canon of Limerick and prebendary of Tullabracky, sometime rector of Dromin, 411.

Donduin, Robert, intruded rector of Croom, 36.

Done. See Don, river.

Done, Henry, dispensation to, 908.

Donglace. See Douglas, Hugh.

Donglas. See Dunglass.

Donidal (recte Douidal). See Dowdall.

Donington on Bain, Donyngton, Donyngton super Bay[n]um, [co. Lincoln,] rectory of, 335, 409.

Donnadmor. See Donaghmore, co. Limerick.

Donnbrothy. See Dunbrody.

Donyngton, Donyngton super Bay[n]um. See Donington on Bain.

Donys, William, vicar of Aldington, party to a tithe suit, 837.

Doon, Dranlesch, [cos. Limerick and Tipperary,] rectory of, 421, 422.

Doonmoon, Duynmonyn, [in Knocklong, co. Limerick,] vicarage of, (united to that of Knocklong), 439.

Dorathea. See Dorothea.

Dorchester, co. Dorset. See Frome Whitfield.

Dorchester, Dorkacestria, [co. Oxford,] Augustinian abbey, abbot of, papal mandatary, 359.

Dorothea, Dorathea, queen of Denmark, petition of, 470.

Dort [i.e. de Orthez, q.v.,] vicomte. See Aspremont, John d’.

Douglas, Dowglas, earl of. See Douglas, William.

Douglas, Donglace, Dowglas, Hugh, a kinsman of James III and nephew of James [Kennedy,] late bishop of St. Andrews, to be rector of Abernethy, 42.

-, -, a litigant for the rectory of Abernethy, 593.

-, -, uncanonical rector of Tyninghame, 72.

-, -, abbot of Dryburgh, to hold the rectory of Abernethy in commendam, 79.

-, -, late a Premonstratensian canon of Dryburgh, and provided abbot of the same, 811.

-, James, earl of Morton, lord of Dalkeith, endowment of Dalkeith collegiate church augmented by, 467.

-, -, indult to, 549.

-, -, Joan his wife, 549.

-, -, progenitors of, founders of Dalkeith collegiate church, 467.

-, -, rectories in the patronage of, 467.

-, -, patronage of newly ordained vicarages reserved to, 468.

-, Dounglas, James, rector of the chapel of St. Mary, Arbroath, dispensation to, 820.

-, Dowglas, Walter, a litigant for the vicarage of Glaston, 346.

-, -, sentence in favour of, 347.

-, -, proctor of. See Rate, Alexander.

-, William, earl of Douglas, Dowglas, grant made to the collegiate church of Dunglass by, 644.

Dounglas. See Douglas, James.

Dounham, John, rector of Northwold and chantry priest of la Grene, indult to, 446.

Dover [co. Kent,] Benedictine priory, prior of, papal mandatary, 456 (bis).

Dowce, Thomas, rector of Kingsland and of East Peckham, dispensation to, 707.

Dowdall, Donidal (recte Douidal), Christopher, to have a rectory in the diocese of Armagh, 876.

Dowdeswell, [co. Gloucester], rectory of, 589.

Dowglas. See Douglas, Walter.

Dowglas [i.e. Douglas], William earl of. See Douglas.

Dowinmor. See Dunmore.

Down, Dunen[sis], bishop of. See Down and Connor.

-, Henry archdeacon of. See Fox.

-, John late archdeacon of. See Macurwart.

-, Patrick archdeacon of. See Maginn.

-, William archdeacon of, collation of that dignity to, 706.

-, cathedral church of. See Downpatrick.

-, city [sic], and diocese of, intimidation in, 26, 369, 358.

-, diocese of, mill in, 313.

-, -, persons of, 26, 161, 313 (7).

-, -, places in. See Ardkeen; Bangor, co. Down; Black Abbey; Comber; Downpatrick; Grange of Molusk; Inch; Kilkeel; Kindchade; Lecale; Saul.

-, See also Downpatrick.

Down and Connor, bishop of, collation made by, 26.

-, -, dispensation granted by, 161.

-, -, ordination by, 537.

-, -, residing in the Roman Court, executor of papal letters, 141 note.

-, Thady bishop of. See O'Morrissey.

-, Thomas bishop of. See Knight.

-, episcopal mensa or mense of, fruits of, slight, 651.

-, -, union of the priory of St. Catherine, Waterford, to, 38, 616, 639.

-, -, union of said priory to, annulled, 325, 326.

Downachmor, a prebend in Cloyne. See Donaghmore, co. Cork, E.R.

Downachmor, a prebend in Lismore. See Donaghmore, co. Tipperary.

Downgarwayn. See Dungarvan.

Downpatrick, Down, Dunen[sis], de Duno, [co. Down,] Benedictine priory (cathedral) of St. Patrick, prior of, papal mandatary, 419.

-, -, Oliver prior of. See Walsh.

-, -, Thomas prior of. See Brecnay and Maure alias Muclach.

-, -, Thomas prior commendatary of. See Barrett.

-, -, monks of, dignity wont to be held by, 605.

-, -, - See also Brecnay, Thomas; and Walsh, Oliver.

-, -, convent of, 513.

-, -, distance of Waterford from, 326.

-, -, rectory belonging to. See Drumgooland.

Drakelow, Draykelowe, [co. Derby,] [sir] John Grysley of, 690.

Dranlesch [Dunlesk in the Taxatio]. See Doon.

Draper, Henry, vicar of Rothwell, dispensation to, 787.

Draykelowe. See Drakelow.

Drekenesforde. See Droxford.

Drenthedel, Lambert, proctor of Robert Blackader, 542.

Dressean alias Klinde, Dresscan Thologwig. See Drishane.

Drew, William, a brother of the hospital of St. John the Baptist, Wells, dispensation to, 487.

Driburg, Driburgh. See Dryburgh.

Drimlean (recte Drumlean). See Drumlane.

Drishane, Dressane alias Klinde (i.e. Kilmeedy, q.v.), Dressean Thologwig, [co. Cork,] rectory or parcel of Kilmicluym in the parish church of, 343.

-, vicarage of, 127.

-, See also Kilmeedy.

Driuell, John, official of London, sentence of, 528.

-, -, death of, 528.

Drogheda, [co. Louth], Augustinian hospital of St. Mary de Urso without the walls of, juxta Pontanum, extra muros Pontanos, prior of, papal mandatary, 313, 453, 462.

Droitwich, le Wyche, [co. Worcester,] salt-pans in, 367, 368.

Drokenesforde, Drokennesford. See Droxford.

Dromara, Druymerrac, [co. Down,] a prebend in Dromore, 82.

Dromeryn, diocese of Ardfert, rectory of, 856.

Dromin, Drominoclierin, Dromyn Ogle-Zyn, Druminn, Drumun, [co. Limerick,] parish church of the Holy Trinity, rectory of, 411, 858.

-, -, created into a prebend (with Athlacca) of Limerick, 460.

-, vicars of, 460.

Dromkeen, Drumcayn, [in Inishannon, co. Cork,] 428.

Dromlaheyn. See Drumlane.

Dromor, in the diocese of Cloyne, vicarage of, 576.

Dromore, Dromoren[sis], [co. Down,] bishop of, papal mandatary, 156.

-, Donatus (or Donaldus) late bishop of. See Ohendua.

-, Eneas late bishop of, 83.

-, George bishop of. See Braua.

-, Robert late bishop of. See Kirke.

-, William bishop of. See Egremont.

-, Yvo bishop of. See Guillen.

-, bishop, archpriest and chapter of, benefice in the gift of, 548.

-, archdeacon of, papal mandatary, 141, 419.

-, archpriest of, papal mandatary, 26, 513, 601.

-, official of, papal mandatary, 601.

-, canons of. See Macbrian, Thomas; Maginn, Donald; Maginn, John; Maginn, John, two sons of; Maginn, Mark; Maginn, Patrick; Oberind, John; O'Byrne, Magonius; Onustead, Eugenius; Onustead, John; Oronaga, Eugenius; Oronaga, Peter; O'shiel, John; O'shiel, Magonius.

-, chapter of, papal letters to. 826.

-, prebends in. See Clonallan; Dromara.

-, city and diocese of, clergy and people of, papal letters to, 826.

-, diocese of, persons of, 35, 82, 141, 143, 513, 537, 538, 547, 601.

-, -, places in. See Clonduff; Drumgooland; Newry.

Dromoren[sis] written in error Drumeren[sis], 537.

Dromyn OgleZyn [i.e. Dromyn O'Clery]. See Dromin.

Drought, Drotte, Druymimchiit, Druymimchiyt, Druymimchyhit, [in Kilreekill, co. Galway,] annual rent of, united to the deanery of Clonfert, 602.

-, -, crected (with other annual rents) into a prebend in Clonfert, 602.

-, a prebend in Clonfert, 670, 671.

DrowthZ, Richard, a monk of Coventry, dispensation to, 413.

Droxford, Drekenesforde, Drokenesforde, Drokennesford, [co. Hants,] rectory of, 571, 728, 729, 787.

Drumcayn. See Dromkeen.

Drumcliff, Derunde, Drumcleayb, Drumcleyb, Drumdeyb, Drumdryb Kymalle, Drumkilef Ocormayc, Druncleb, Druncleyb, [co. Clare,] rectory of, 377, 719.

-, rectory of, with Kilmaley, 391, 392.

-, -, called the rectory of Ogormuck, 754, 755.

-, vicarage of, 145, 392, 703, 711, 715.

Drumerbelaid. See Drumreilly.

Drumeren[sis] written in error for Dromoren[sis], 537.

Drumgooland, Drungualam, [co. Down,] farm of rectory of, 513.

Drumhome, Drumtuahma, [co. Donegal,] vicarage of, 17.

Druminn. See Dromin.

Drumkilef Ocormaye. See Drumcliff.

Drumlane, Drimlean, Dromlaheyn, Drumlethain, Drumlaheyn, Drumlethan, [co. Cavan,] Augustinian priory of St. Mary, prior of, papal mandatary, 65, 361.

-, -, Cormac prior of. See MacGauran.

Drummond, Drummond, John, dean of Dunblane, resignation made to, and collation made by, 72.

-, Walter, to have a vicarage in the diocese of Aberdeen, 908.

-, Walter, to be chancellor of Dunkeld, 722, 723.

Drumreilly, Drumerbelaid, [cos. Cavan and Leitrim,] rectory of, united to the poor hospital of Drumreilly, 650.

-, poor hospital, John rector of. See Omulmochory.

-, -, Maurice sometime rector of. See Omulmochory.

Drumtuahma. See Drumhome.

Drumun. See Dromin.

Druncleb, Druncleyb. See Drumcliff.

Drundraynan. See Dundrennan.

Drunfresse. See Dumfries.

Drungualam. See Drumgooland.

Druymerrac. See Dromara.

Druymimchiit, Druymimchiyt, Druymimchyhit. See Drought.

Dryburgh, Dalingh, Dixbrugh, Driburg, Driburgh, [co. Roxburgh,] Premonstratensian abbey of St. Mary, abbot of, papal mandatary, 18, 19, 192, 338, 447.

-, -, Andrew abbot of. See Lauderdale.

-, -, Hugh abbot of. See Douglas.

-, -, John provided abbot of, See Crawford.

-, -, Walter late abbot of, 811.

-, -, canons of. See Crawford. John; Douglas, Hugh; Laduderdale, Andrew.

-, -, convent of, papal letters to, 812.

-, -, vassals of, papal letters to, 812.

Dryver, Simon, rector of Rickinghall Superior, dispensation to, 781.

Duacen[sis]. See Kilmacduagh.

Dublanen[sis] recte Dublinen[sis]. See Dublin.

Dublenen[sis], a mistake for Dunblanen[sis], 348 note.

Dublin, Dublanen[sis], Dublmen[sis], [co. Dublin,] archbishop of, appeal to, 463.

-, -, clerk made by, 604.

-, -, papal letters to, 744.

-, -, papal mandatary, 130.

-, John archbishop of. See Walton.

-, Michael archbishop of. See Tregury.

-, Walter archbishop of. See FitzSimon.

-, archiepiscopal mensa of, pension on, 190.

-, chancellor of, papal mandatary, 717.

-, cathedral church of St. Patrick, dean of, papal mandatary, 820.

-, -, John dean of. See Alleyn.

-, -, Thomas litigant for the deanery of. See Clinton.

-, -, dean and chapter of, appeal of, to the Apostolic See, 272.

-, -, -, petition of, 272.

-, -, tithes belonging to, 272.

-, -, precentor of, papal mandatary, 820.

-, -, Walter precentor of. See FitzSimon.

-, -, precentorship of, a moiety of the prebend of Lusk united to, 314.

-, -, treasurer of, papal mandatary, 716, 718.

-, -, Richard treasurer of, a See Eustace.

-, -, treasureship of, a moiety of the prebend of Lusk united to, 314.

-, -, canons of. See Clinton, Thomas; Queyterote, Richard.

-, -, chapter of, elections by, 312.

-, -, -, papal letters to, 846.

-, -, prebend in. See Lusk.

-, church of, suffragans of, papal letters to, 846.

-, -, vassals of, papal letters to, 846.

-, Augustinian priory (cathedral), of Christchurch, prior of, papal mandatary, 272.

-, city of, erection of a university of arts and theology in, 427.

-, city and diocese of, clergy and people of, papal letters to, 846.

-, -, clerks and laymen of, 453.

-, -, intimidation in, 604.

-, diocese of, persons of, 395, 604, 884.

-, -, places in. See Athy; Dublin (Cistercian abbey of St. Mary); Dublin (Augustinian abbey of St. Thomas); Graney; Holmpatrick; Inch; Kilmainham.

-, province of 110, 127, 208.

-, -, rectors in, monition to, 436.

-, Augustinian priory of All Saints (or All Hallows) without the walls of, prior of, lease of an appropriated benefice made by, 831.

-, -, William prior of. See Stephenet.

-, -, canon of. See Braua, George.

-, -, parish church united to. See Garranekinnefeake.

-, Augustinian abbey of the order of St. Victor, dedicated to, St. Thomas the Martyr, without the walls of, abbot of, papal mandatary, 312.

-, -, John abbot of. See Purcell.

-, -, parish churches, etc. united to. See Ballykeefe; Ballynacorra; Dunmore; Garryvoe; Inchinabacky; Kilmacer; Kilnamartery; Rosmore; Tullaghanbrogue.

-, Cistercian abbey of St. Mary without the walls of, abbot of, papal mandatary, 312, 820.

-, -, abbot and convent of, benefice in the gift of. See Skreen.

-, -, -, presentation made by, 312.

-, Crouched Friars’ hospital or priory of St. John the Baptist, of the order of St. Augustine, without the New Gate of, poor hospital of the order of the Cruciferi outside the walls of, prior of, definitive sentence against, 180.

-, -, Walter prior of. See Lodlowe.

-, -, prior and brethern of, statute for, 877.

-, -, brother of. See O'Hedian, Richard.

-, -, canon of. See Lodlowe, Walter.

-, -, benefices in the province of Cashel belonging to, 180.

-, -, rectories belonging to. See Clonfert; Cordangan; Kilshane.

-, -, wrongly described as of the Hospital of St. John of Jerusalem, prior and convent of, benefices belonging to, 346.

-, Thomas Brown of, 463.

-, James Butler of, 530.

-, the New Gate of, 180, 346, 716.

-, a mistake for Dumblane, diocese. of, person of, 722.

-, mistakenly written Tuam, John [Walton,] archbishop of, 23.

Dubyly, David son of John. See de Geraldinis.

Dudcote. See Didcot.

Duddinghurst. See Doddinghurst.

Dudley, William, bishop of Durham, a councillor of Edward IV, sometime archdeacon of Middlesex, provision of, 523.

-, -, faculty for the consecration of, 523.

-, -, oath of fealty of, 523.

-, -, date of provision of, 583, note.

-, -, petition of, 583, 584.

-, -, predecessor of. See Bothe, Laurence.

-, -, sub-commissary of the bishop of Carlisle, sentence of, 662.

-, -, a suffragan of Laurence Bothe, archbishop of York, 584.

-, -, death of, 845.

Duffelde. See Ball, William.

Duguet, John, dispensation to, 907.

Duhncen[sis] written in error for Dunkelden[sis], 166.

Dukaden[sis] written in error for Dunkelden[sis], 20.

Duke, Nicholas, an Augustinian canon of Bridlington, dispensation to, 286.

Dumbarton, Dumbertan, Dumbertane, Dumberthen, [co. Dumbarton,] collegiate church of St. Mary, Laurence provost of. See Aront.

-, -, Walter provost of. See Abernethy.

-, -, building of, 428.

Dumber. See Dunbar.

Dumberne. See Dunbarny.

Dumbertan, Dumbertane, Dumberthen. See Dumbarton.

Dumblacen[sis] (sic), Dumblanen[sis]. See Dunblane.

Dumen[sis] written in error for Dunen[sis], 537.

Dumfries, Drunfresse, Dumfres’, [co. Dumfries,] Friars Minors’ house of St. Francis, John vicar of. See Beuyn.

-, burgh of, inhabitant of. See Hanson, William.

-, -, provost and official of. See Macbrayer, Robert.

-, chapel of St. Mary, chaplaincy, founded in the chapel of St. Thomas, to be transferred to, 407.

-, chapel of St. Thomas, chaplaincy founded in, 406, 407.

-, -, destruction of, 406.

-, houses etc. in, grant of rents of, 406.

-, vicarage of, 818, 819.

-, Roger de Carrudris vicar of, 406.

Dumhurland. See Dunurlin.

Dunbar, Dumber, Dunber, [co. Haddington,] archpriest of, papal mandatary, 447.

-, John archpriest of. See Otterburn.

-, collegiate church of St. Baya the Virgin, dean of, papal mandatary, 461.

-, -, canon of. See Maklennoquhy, Thomas.

-, -, litigant for a canonry and prebend in. See Bradi, John.

-, -, prebend in. See Dunse.

-, See also Pinkerton.

Dunbar, Gavin, to be received as a monk and to be prior of Pluscardine, 75.

-, Patrick, 6th earl of Dunbar, Donbart, (1232–1248), founder of Blantyre priory, 532.

-, -, Eufemia wife of, 532.

Dunbarny, Dumberne, [co. Perth,] vicarage of, 83.

Dunber. See Dunbar.

Dunblane, Dumblacen[sis], Dumblanen[sis], [co. Perth,] bishop of, Collation by, 83.

-, -, institution by, 28.

-, -, papal mandatary, 14.

-, -, provision made by, 103.

-, -, resignation made to, and collation made by, 506.

-, John bishop of. See Hepburn.

-, bishop, dean and chapter of, benefices in the gift of, 627.

-, dean of, papal mandatary, 42, 405.

-, John dean of. See Drummond.

-, Alexander archdeacon of. See Rate.

-, Andrew de facto archdeacon of. See Purwes.

-, Duncan archdeacon of. See Bully.

-, Walter archdeacon of. See Stewart.

-, John provided to the archdeaconry of. See Cant.

-, chancellor of, papal mandatary, 348.

-, official of, papal mandatary, 43, 762.

-, treasurer of, papal mandatary, 405.

-, John treasurer of. See Lockhart.

-, William treasurer of. See Elphinstone.

-, diocese of, persons of, 108, 887.

-, -, places in. See Abernethy; Aberuthven; Culross; Inchaffray; Inchmahome.

-, pension to be paid at, 108.

Dunblanen[sis], written in error Dublenen[sis], 348 note.

Dunbog, [co. Fife,] Cistercian priory, Walter prior of. See Bunch.

Dunboylg. See Dunbulloge.

Dunbrody, Donnbrothy, [co. Wexford,] Cistercian abbey, abbot of, papal mandatary, 402.

Dunbulloge, Dunboylg, [co. Cork,] parish church of St. George, rectory of, 740.

-, a prebend in Cork, 740, 766.

-, vicarage of, 766.

Du[n]cheldan[us], Dunchelden[sis]. See Dunkeld.

Dunclinen[sis], incorrectly written for Dundmen[sis], i.e. Durham, 885.

Dundalk, Dundalke [co. Louth,] Augustinian priory of St. Leonard, prior of, papal mandatary, 35, 314.

Dundayre. See Duniry.

Dundee, Dunde, Dunole, [co. Forfar,] vicarage of, 432, 433.

-, John Barrie, vicar of, 6, 211, 276.

Dundonald, Dondonald, [co. Glasgow,] vicarage of, 105.

Dundonayll, Matthew, a canon of Killala, papal mandatary, 299.

Dundranen. See Dundrennan.

Dundrarin. See Dunkerrin.

Dundrennan, Drundraynan, Dundranen, Dundraynan, [co. Kirkcudbright,] Cistercian abbey, William abbot of, litigant concerning tithes, 322.

-, -, monk of. See Pyle, Thomas.

-, -, convent of, litigants concerning tithes, 322.

Dundmen[sis]. See Dunham.

-, incorrectly written Dundinen[sis], 885.

Dunen[sis]. See Down and Downpatrick.

-, written in error Dumen[sis], 537.

Dunfermline, Dunfermblyng, Dunferinlyn, Dunfermlyn, Dunfermlyng, Dunformlyne, [co. Fife], Benedictine abbey of St. Margaret, Adam abbot of. See Cant.

-, -, Henry abbot of, 870.

-, -, Henry late abbot of, 825.

-, -, -, imprisonment inflicted by, 834.

-, -, Henry abbot and the convent of, presentation made by, 574.

-, -, abbot and convent of, benefice in the patronage of. See Kinglassie.

-, -, -, presentation by, 329.

-, -, -, the sacrist removeable by, 834.

-, -, David sacrist of. See Ruch.

-, -, John late sacrist of. See Bennala.

-, -, Robert sacrist of. See Haiware.

-, -, Thomas sacrist of. See Monymele.

-, -, William sacrist of. See Boys.

-, -, sacristship of, parish churches annexed to, 577.

-, -, monks of. See Cant, Adam; Haiware, Robert; Monymele, Thomas; Ruch, David.

-, -, convent of, papal letters to, 825.

-, -, pension to be paid at, 567.

-, -, priory dependent upon. See Pluscardine.

-, -, vassals of, papal letters to, 825.

Dungadmund, Dunyrys and. See Particles.

Dungarvan, Downgarwayn, Wngarwam, [co. Waterford,] rectory of, styled plebania, 756.

-, vicarage of, 119.

Dungiven, Dungempin, Dungemyn, Dungeuin, [co. Londonderry,] Augustinian priory of St. Mary, prior of, papal mandatary, 48, 511.

-, -, prior and convent of, detaining the rectory of Bovevagh, 11.

Dunglass, Donglas, Dunglas, [in Oldhamstock, co. Haddington,] collegiate church of St. Mary the Virgin, patron of the vicarage of Hutton, 645.

-, -, John provost of. See Edwardson.

-, -, provostship of, appropriation of the rectory of Wester Upsetlington to, 645.

-, -, -, parish church annexed to. See Hutton.

-, -, founded for a provost and chaplains, 271.

-, -, founder of. See Home, Alexander de.

-, -, grants and donations to (detailed), confirmed, 644.

-, poor hospital of, in the patronage of the provost and chaplains of Dunglass, 644.

-, -, with a chapel of St. Mary the Virgin and St. John the Baptist, indult, to persons dying in, 271.

-, Alexander Home, knight, lord of, 271.

Duniry, Dundayre, [co. Galway,] rectory of, united to a prebend in Clonfert, 770.

Dunkeld, Du[n]cheldan[us], Dunchelden[sis], Dunkelden[sis], [co. Perth,] bishop of, benefices in the gift of, 457.

-, -, forged letters of, 722.

-, -, papal mandatary, 93, 136, 138, 414, 519, 823.

-, -, presentation made to, 66.

-, -, provision made by, 30.

-, Alexander de facto bishop-elect of. See Inglis.

-, George bishop of. See Brown.

-, James bishop of. See Levingston.

-, Thomas bishop of. See Lawder.

-, William [bishop-]elect of (sic). See Oliphant.

-, episcopal mensa of, pension on the fruits of, 484.

-, bishop and chapter of, benefices in the gift of, 457.

-, bishop, dean and chapter of, benefice in the gift of, 284, 402.

-, dean of, papal mandatary, 68, 69 (bis), 103, 105, 414, 702, 817.

-, Alexander dean of. See Inglis; and Rate.

-, James dean of. See Levingston.

-, Patrick late dean of. See Young.

-, William dean of. See Scheves.

-, Duncan provided to the deanery of. See Bunch.

-, James a litigant for the deanery of. See Levingston.

-, archdeacon of, papal mandatary, 64, 65, 68, 83 (bis), 118, 649.

-, David archdeacon of. See Luyrdalle.

-, William litigant for the archdeaconry of. See Elphinstone.

-, archdeaconry of, rectory united to. See Tealing.

-, John chancellor of. See Donald.

-, Walter chancellor of. See Drummond.

-, official of, papal mandatary, 30, 33 (bis), 38, 43, 241, 284, 347, 459, 506.

-, precentor of, papal mandatary, 414.

-, James precentor of. See Levingston.

-, Patrick precentor of. See Young.

-, Robert precentor of. See Blackader.

-, precentorship of, pension on, 130, 839.

-, Alexander sub-dean of. See Inglis.

-, treasurer of, papal mandatary, 166.

-, Alexander treasurer of. See Toure.

-, James treasurer of. See Levingston.

-, canons of. See Brown, James; Forman, William; Lawder, William; Lech, Thomas; Meldrum, David; Myrtone, John; Oliphant, William; Rate, Alexander; Turnbull, William.

-, prebend in. See Aberlady.

-, chapter of, bishop elected, by, 276.

-, -, faculty to, 457.

-, -, monition to, 277.

-, -, papal letters to, 471.

-, church of, vassals of, papal letters to, 471.

-, clergy of the cathedral of, monition to, 277.

-, clergy, people and vassals of, 276.

-, city and diocese of, clergy etc. of, monition to, 277.

-, -, clergy and people of, papal letters to, 471.

-, diocese of, persons of, 20, 30 (ter), 763, 873, 883, 898.

-, -, places in. See Auchterhouse; Blair Athole; Forgandenny; Inchcolm; Kinloch; Lundie; Tealing; Tibbermore.

-, pension to be paid in, 484.

Dunkelden[sis], written in error Duhncen[sis], 166.

-, written in error Dukaden[sis], 20.

Dunkerrin, Dundrarin, [King's county], vicarage of, 393.

Dunkeswell, Dunkesuell’, [co. Devon,] Cistercian abbey, monk of. See White, John.

Dunlop, [cos. Ayr and Renfrew,] vicarage of, 31, 32.

Du[n]manym. See Dalmeny.

Dunmore, Dowinmor, Dunmor, [co. Galway,] rectory of, 770, 849.

Dunmore, Dunmor, [co. Kilkenny,] rectory of, 831.

Dunnottar, Dunotter, [co. Kincardine,] rectory of, 33.

Duno , priory de. See Downpatrick.

Dunole. See Dundee.

Dunord. See Dunrod.

Dunotter. See Dunnottar.

Dunord, Dunord, [now part of Kirkcudbright, co. Kirkcudbright,] vicarage of, 431, 465.

Dunse, Duns, [co. Berwick,] a prebend in Dunbar collegiate church, 844.

-, lands in the vill of, 644.

Dunstable, Dunstapil, [co. Bedford,] Augustinian priory of St. Mary, Thomas prior of. See Giles.

Dunster, [co. Somerset,] parish church of St. George, vicarage of, 854.

Dunster, Dunsterre, John, prior of Bath, to be abbot of St. Augustine's, Canterbury, 5.

-, -, a monk of St. Augustine's, Canterbury, to be abbot of the same, 812.

-, -, faculty for the blessing of, 813.

Dunurlin, Dumhurland, Dunthurlynd, [co. Kerry,] vicarage of, 112.

Dunyrys and Dungadmund. See Particles.

Durford, Durnforde, [in Rogate, co. Sussex,] Premonstratensian abbey of SS. Mary and John the Baptist, Robert abbot of, dispensation to, 374.

Durham, Dunclinen[sis], Dunelmen[sis], [co. Durham,] bishop of, faculty to, 474.

-, -, institution by, 337.

-, -, papal mandatary, 67, 111, 160.

-, John [bishop-] elect of. See Sherwood.

-, Laurence bishop of. See Bothe.

-, William bishop of. See Dudley.

-, episcopal mensa of, water of the manors etc. belonging to, 583, 584.

-, official of, papal mandatary, 448, 499.

-, church of, archdeaconry in. See Northumberland.

-, -, vassals of, papal letters to, 523, 845.

-, Benedictine priory (cathedral) of St. Cuthbert, prior and chapter of, presentation made by, 337.

-, -, chapter of, papal letters to, 523, 845.

-, -, monks of. See Byllyngham, Richard; Young, Thomas.

-, -, dilapidation of, 583, 584.

-, -, union of Coldingham priory to, dissolved, 19.

-, city and dioceses of, clergy and people of, papal letters to, 523, 845.

-, diocese of, persons of, 425, 474, 661 (bis), 690, 881, 889, 890, 893, 899 (bis).

-, places in. See Alnwick; Bishoperarmouth; Durham (St. Oswald); Eaglescliffe; Gainford; Hilton; Houghton, le Spring; Long Newton; Norton; Pittington; Rowley; Seaham; Staindrop; Stainton le Street; Tynemouth.

-, parish church of. St. Oswald, vicarage of, 569.

Durisdeer, Deurisder, [co. Dumfries,] a prebend in Glasgow, erected into the succentorship, 628.

Durisder, Deurisdeer alias Muirshead, Andrew, bishop of Glasgow, papal nuncio, dispensations granted by, 34, 104, 211, 280.

-, -, faculty to, 34.

-, -, prebend of Durisdeer erected in to the succentorship of Glasgow by, 628.

-, -, proctor of Richard Wyly, 18.

-, -, public instrument of, 628.

-, -, resignations made to, and collation made by, 551.

-, -, resignation made to, and election confirmed by, 519.

-, -, late bishop of Glasgow, 884 note.

Duriwach. See Durrow, Queen's county and co. Kilkenny.

Durlus. See Thurles.

Durmach. See Durrow, King's county.

Durnforde. See Durford.

Durrow, Dermath, Durmach, [King's county,] Augustinian priory of St. Mary, prior of, papal mandatary, 412, 521.

Durrow, Duriwach [Queen's county and co. Kilkenny,] parish church of St. Fintanus, rectory of, 436.

Dussines, John, dispensation to, 911.

Duynmunyn. See Doonmoon.

Duyt. See Odriniri, Patrick.

Dye, Henry, rector of Beachampton, dispensation to, 788.

Dygby, John, dispensed to marry, 543.

-, -, kinsman of, 543.

Dyluyn, Hobertus, to be received as a brother of the hospital of St. John of Jerusalem and to be prior of Kilkenny West, 507–8.

Dymchurch, Demechyrche, [co. Kent,] rectory of, 486.

Dynas in Kemmeys. See Dinas.

Dynbych. See Denbigh.

Dynham. See Dinham.

Dyregellyayn, Dyregellywayn. See Derrygalivin.

Dyrivoyleayn, Dyriwillay, Dyryvoyleayn. See Derryvillane.

Dysart, Disart, [co. Fife,] rector of. See Kennedy, John.

-, rectory of, 563, 578.

-, -, erected into a prebend in the chapel royal of St. Mary at St. Andrews, 590.

-, -, pension on the fruits of, 563.

-, vicarage of, 613.

Dysart, Discert, [co. Westmeath,] rectory of, 412.

Dysert, Dyssert Odrillac, [in Clanmaurice barony, co. Kerry,] vicarage of, 183.

Dysert, Disert alias Carglich, [in Trughanacme barony, co. Kerry,] a prebend in Ardfert, 742.

Dysert, Dyserth, [co. Limerick,] a prebend in Limerick, 858.

Dysert, Dissert, [co. Waterford,] a prebend in Lismore, 351.

Dyserth. See Desertmore; and Dysert, co. Limerick.

Dyserthen alias Balegybbun. See Ballygibbon.

Dyssert Odrillac. See Dysert, in Clanmaurice barony, co. Kerry.

Dysyrtlaurays. See Inch St. Laurence.

E

Eadburbyry. See Adderbury.

Eaglescliffe, Eglesclyff, [co. Durham,] rectory of, 319.

Eartham, Ertham [co. Sussex,] a prebend in Chichester, 22.

Easby, [co. York,] Premonstratensian abbey of St. Agatha by Richmond, St. Agatha in the diocese of York, abbot of, papal mandatary, 307.

-, -, William abbot of. See Ellerton.

Easingwold, Esyngwald, [co. York,] vicarage of, 711.

Easky, Ymlechiseell, [co. Sligo,] vicarage of, 297, 298.

Easter, High, Alta Estre, [co. Essex,] parish church of St. Mary, vicarage of, 789.

Eastington, Estyngton, [co. Gloucester,] parish church of St. Michael, rectory of, 406.

Easton, Eston, [co. Wilts,] house of Trinitarian Friars, William prior of. See Marschall.

-, -, prior and convent of, petition of, 832.

Easton, Little, Eston ad Turrim, [co. Essex,] rectory of, 425.

East Riding, Est Riding, Estriddingia, Edmund archdeacon of. See de Audeley.

Eastrington, co. York, E.R. See Portington.

Eastrop, Estroppe, [co. Hants,] parish church of St. Mary, rectory of, 564.

Eastwood, Estwod, [co. Essex,] vicarage of, 785.

Eastwood, Estilbode, Estiwode, [co. Renfrew,] vicarage of, 627, 634.

Eaton Bishop, Eton Episcopi, [co, Hereford,] parish church of St. Michael the Archange, feast of the dedication of, 446.

-, -, indulgence to persons visiting and giving alms to, 446.

-, -, presbytery of the rector and clergy of, 446.

Eaton Bray, co. Bedford. See Eyton.

Eaton Hastings, Eton Hastyng, [co. Berks,] rectory of, 304.

Eaton Socon, Eton, [co. Beds,] chapel within the parish of. See Wyboston.

-, parish church of, failure of the inhabitants of Wyboston to attend, 693, 694.

-, James Letys vicar of, 694.

Ebechayn. See Obechayn.

Ebeschm, Ebesham. See Evesham.

Eboracen[sis]. See York.

-, written in error Eboraren[sis], 465 note.

-, written in error for Ebroicen[sis], 617 note.

Eboraren[sis] written in error for Eboracen[sis], 465 note.

Ebroen. See O'Brien, Dermit.

Ebroicen[sis]. See Evreux.

-, written in error Eboracen[sis], 617 note.

Ecclesia Nova de Akymys . See Nohaval, co. Kerry.

Ecclestnaldeis. See Inglesmaldie.

Eccleston, [co. Lancaster,] rectory of, 113.

Edam, master Nicholas de, a papal chaplain and auditor, causes committed to, 87, 415.

-, -, sentence of, 415.

-, -, sentence revoked by, 415.

Ede, Ambrose, dispensation to, 883.

Edemburg, Edemburgh. See Edinburgh.

Edenhall, Hedynhale, [co. Cumberland,] vicarage of, 580.

Edenham, Richard (incorrectly written Nicholas), bishop of Bangor, dwelling in London, papal mandatary, 309.

Edgmond, Egymouron, [co. Shropshire,] rectory of, 610.

-, vicar of, portion for, instituted, 610.

Edian. See O'Hedian, Robert.

Edinburgh, Edemburg, Edemburgh, Edimburgh, Edinburche, Ednyburcht, Edymburch, Edymburcht, Edymburg, Edymburgh, Edynburch, Edynburgh, [co. Edinburgh,] Augustinian abbey of Holyrood (Sancte Crucis) near, abbot of, papal mandatary, 355, 467, 542, 596.

-, -, Archibald abbot of. See Crawford.

-, -, Robert provided abbot of. See Bellantyne.

-, -, abbot and convent of, resignation admitted or made to, and collation made by, 168, 732.

-, -, canon of. See Bellantyne, Robert.

-, -, convent of, election of an abbot by, null and void, 165.

-, -, -, papal letters to, 165.

-, -, exemption of, annulled, 19.

-, -, union of St. Leonard's hospital to, be to dissolved, 12, 13.

-, -, value of the fruits of, to be determined, 171.

-, -, vassals of, papal letters to, 165.

-, -, mistakenly described as dedicated to the Holy Trinity, 596, 596 note.

-, collegiate church of the Holy Trinity, provost of, papal mandatary, 71, 542, 545, 558, 596, 596 note.

-, collegiate church of St. Giles, exemption of, annulled, 19, 214, 215.

-, -, provost of, papal mandatary, 168, 542, 545, 558, 596, 771, 843.

-, poor hospital of St. Leonard, union of, to Holyrood-abbey, to be dissolved, 12, 13.

-, pensions to be paid at, 97, 506, 558.

-, separated from St. Andrews by the sea. 215.

Edington, Edyndon, Edyngton, Egyndon, [co. Wilts,] Augustinian house of Bonshommes, dedicated to SS. Mary and Catherine and All Saints, brothers of. See Ferrer, John; Temset, William.

-, -, canon of. See Standerwike, Thomas.

Edington, William, bishop of Winchester, statutes of St. Stephen, Westminister, made by, 678.

Edirdoull. See Killearnan.

Edmond, Edmunde, John, dispensation to, 911.

-, Thomas, dispensation to, 883.

Edmondeston, Margaret. See Edmondston.

Edmondson, John, See Edwardson.

Edmondston, Edmunston, John de, dispensation to, 888.

-, Edmonston, John, a claiment to the priory of Inchmahome, pension granted to, 108.

-, Edmondeston, Margaret, wife of Walter Ogilvy, dispensation to, 559.

-, -, kinswomen, of, 559.

Edmund, earl of Rutland, brother of Edward IV, obit of, 26.

Edmunde. See Edmond, John.

Edmund's de Bury. See Bury St, Edmunds.

Edmunston. See Edmondston, John de.

Edna. See Killehenny.

Ednyburcht. See Edinburgh.

Edran. See Edrom.

Edrayg (sic). See Odeayg.

Edrom, Edran, [co. Berwick] rectory of, with ‘a pleblande,’ patronage of, 644.

-, See also Kelloe.

Eduardi, Eduardson. See Edwardson.

Eduen[sis]. See Autun.

Eduin, Thomas, sometime vicar of Borthwick, 658.

Edward IV, when earl of March, at Calais, 230, 231.

-, almoner of. See Gunthorp, John.

-, almoner, principal, of. See. Dauet, Thomas.

-, ambassador of, to the pope. See Connesburgh, Edmund.

-, ancestors of, founders of Westminster abbey, 579.

-, benefactions of, to St. George's chapel, Windsor, 438.

-, benefice in the gift of, 707.

-, brothers of. See Edmund, earl of Rutland; Richard, duke of Gloucester, afterwards Richard III.

-, Carthusian houses founded by, 583.

-, chamberlain of. See Hastings, William, lord Hastings.

-, chaplains of. See Audley, Edmund; Candour, Thomas; Pavy, Hugh.

-, children of, prayers for, 667.

-, -, See also Edward, Prince of Wales; and Richard, duke of York and Norfolk.

-, commendation of Reynerius Pot to, as king of England and France, 216.

-, consent of, to an appropriation, 630.

-, -, to the foundation of two chantries, 615.

-, cooks of, 626.

-, council of, 669.

-, councillors of. See Dudley, William; Thwaytes, Thomas.

-, councillor and master in. chancery of. See Morton, John.

-, councillor, privy, of. See Beauchamp, Richard, bishop of Salisbury.

-, court of, indult to take fruits of benefices while residing in, 9.

-, court of, cause remitted from ecclesiastical courts to, 252.

-, dominions of, appointment of papal legate in, 283.

-, enemies of, conquered, 437.

-, father of. See Richard, duke of York.

-, foundation of Sheen priory confirmed by, 42.

-, Frederick Ubaldi, duke of Urbino, admitted into the order of the Garter by, 240.

-, gives leave to Richard Heron to prosecute his case in France, 233.

-, grant of denization by, 242.

-, indult to, of plenary remission, etc., 239.

-, -, to cause masses to be celebrated after midday, 814.

-, indults to, to eat flesh in Lent, etc., 260, 261, 626.

-, kinsmen of, 233.

-, -, See also Fitzburgh, George; Graystock, Richard; Stanley, James.

-, a knight of the Garter, 8.

-, -, insignia of, 8.

-, letters of, to Louis XI, 233, 234.

-, letters patent of, exemplified, 368.

-, -, recited, 367, 368.

-, -, licence of, for an appropriation, 25.

-, -, to found a perpetual confraternity, 781.

-, licence to, build a house of Friars Minors of the Observance at Greenwich, 737.

-, -, to enter Carthusian houses, 8.

-, mother of. See Cecily, duchess of York.

-, nephew of, on the sister's side. See de la Pole, Edward.

-, orators of, to the pope. See Doget, John; Goldwell, James.

-, papal letters to, 236, 331, 341, 351, 352 (bis), 472 (bis), 522 (bis), 523 (bis), 657 (bis), 743, 744, 813, 825, 826 (bis).

-, -, omission of, 743 note, 744.

-, papal nuncio to. See Sante, John.

-, petitions of, 5, 6, 80, 84, 102, 103, 106, 201, 236, 248, 258, 332, 437, 582, 620, 678, 679, 696, 697, 707, 749 (bis), 783.

-, physicians of, 626.

-, places subject to, activities of mendicant friars in, 262.

-, prayers for, 26, 367, 667.

-, predecessors of, prayers for, 667.

-, presentations made by, 40, 144.

-, privilege granted to, 274.

-, protest of, against papal jurisdiction, 252.

-, queen consort of. See Elizabeth.

-, St. George's chapel, Windsor, enlarged by, 437.

-, sister of, wife of John [de la Pole,] duke of Suffolk, 714.

-, service of, indults of nonresidence while in, 486, 569.

-, sons of. See Edward, prince of Wales; Richard, duke of York and Norfolk.

-, and the knights, etc. of the Garter, ordinance for, 246–7.

Edward, prince of Wales, elder son of Edward IV, afterwards Edward V, almoner of. See Davison, John.

-, indults to, 697 (bis).

-, member of the household of. See Bowde, Thomas.

-, papal nuncios to. See Giglis, John de; and Sante, John.

-, petition of, 749.

-, service of, indult of nonresidence while in, 569.

-, -, subjects of, papal nuncio to, 198.

Edwardi, John, alias Jankin ap Jorworth, indult to, 380.

-, -, Etheldreda alias Silliw, his wife, 380.

-, Eduardi, John, to have a vicarage in the diocese of Glasgow, 888.

Edwardson, Edmondson, Eduardi, Eduardson, Edwardi, Edwardsen, Edwavardson, John vicar of Fishwick, dispensation to, 335.

-, -, to be rector of Benholm, 26.

-, -, to be a canon of Moray and prebendary of Kincardine, 340.

-, -, to have a pension on the fruits of the vicarage of Innerleithen, 95, 97.

-, -, to have a vicarage in the diocese of St. Andrews, 879.

-, -, to have a provostship in the diocese of St. Andrews, 895.

-, -, provost of Dunglass, devotion of, to the hospital of Dunglass, 271.

-, -, petitions of, 644, 645.

Edymburch, Edymburcht, Edymburg, Edymburgh, Edynburch, Edynburcht, Edynburgh. See Edinburgh.

Edyndon, Edyngton. See Edington.

Edzel, Adayd, [co. Forfar,] parish church of, united to the archiepiscopal mensa of St. Andrews, pension on, 142.

Eenac. See Annagh.

Effin, Effing, [co. Limerick,] a prebend in Limerick, 861.

Eglesclyff. See Eaglescliffe.

Egremont, William, bishop of Dromore, dwelling in London, papal mandatary, 309.

Egymouron. See Edgmond.

Egyndon. See Edington.

Ehacdrui(m) Omaine. See Aughrim, co. Galway.

Ekeinnela. See O'Kenealy, Decanus.

Elbron, John, a litigant for the priory of St. Andrews, 169, 170.

Elearson, John, sometime vicar of Collessie, 649.

Elerke (recte Clerke). See Clerke, William.

E[l]fen[cusis] written for Elphienen[sis], 537.

Elfinston, Elfynsten. See Elphinstone.

Elgin, [co. Moray,] parish church of St. Giles, a prebend called centum solidorum in Moray, 349.

-, county (sheriffdom) of, Inverlochty in, 818.

Elien[sis]. See Ely.

Elizabeth, queen of England, consort of Edward IV, affection of, for the Friars Hermits’ convent of Huntingdon, 563.

-, brothers of. See Wideville, Anthony, earl Rivers; Wideville, Lionel.

-, Carthusian houses founded by, 583.

-, indult to, to enter with women servants any house of the Carthusian order in England, 582, 583.

-, -, to have a portable altar, 381.

-, licence to, to enter Carthusian houses, 8.

-, petitions of, 85, 90, 248, 582, 620.

-, prayers for, 26, 367, 667.

-, sons of. See Edward, prince of Wales; and Richard, duke of York and Norfolk.

Ellarde. See Hollard, Peter.

Ellarkat, Elizabeth, dispensed to marry, 776.

Ellem, Malesius de, late a canon of Moray and prebendary of St. Giles centum solidorum, [Elgin], 349.

Ellerton, William, abbot of Easby, dispensation to, 493.

-, -, sub-commissary of the bishop of Carlisle, 661.

Ellesmere, Ellismere, [co. Salop,] vicarage of, 735.

Elleth. See Ullid.

Ellinghurst Farm, Helynghuest, [in Almondsbury, co. Gloucester,] tithes of, 289.

Ellismere. See Ellesmere.

Ellysworth, Ellyworth, See Elsworth.

Elmley Castle, Elmeley sub Castro, [co. Worcester,] collegiate church, Thomas warden of. See Joliffe.

-, -, capitular mensa of, parish church of Naunton Beauchamp united to, 642.

Elne, Elnen[sis], [Pyrénées-Orientales], canon of. See Moner, Michael.

Elphin, Elphinen[sis], [co. Roscommon,] bishop of, benefices in the gift of, 49.

-, Cornelius bishop of. See O'Mullaly.

-, bishop, dean and chapter of, reservation of benefice in the gift of, 794.

-, official of, papal mandatary, 86, 121, 301, 412, 423, 758, 794.

-, provost of, papal mandatary, 86, 95.

-, canons of, election of, 121, 121 note.

-, - See also Macgillaruayd, John; Machenry, Philip; Mac-Manus, Murianus; Magorachtaige, Charles; Oberind, Carbricus; Oberind, William; Obruchayn, Fergal; Ochonaryg, John; Ochonkayrd, Bernard; O'Connor, John; O'Falvin, Charles; O'Flannagan, Dermit; O'Flannagan, Thomas; O'Mullaly, Isaac; Omulmichil, Tomultheus; Oscurra, Maurus; Osingyn, Bernard; Osingyn, Cornelius, Osingyn, Patrick.

-, chapter of, benefices in the gift of, 49.

-, prebends in. See Fuerty and Kilconmata; Kilmacowen; Kiltrustan; Tir-Briuin-na-Sinna.

-, city and dioceses of, intimidation in, 19, 111, 184, 537.

-, diocese of, monasteries in, 866, 876, 887.

-, -, persons of, 19, 89 (bis), 94, 102 (bis), 301–2, 302, 423, 534, 729, 758, 794, 907.

-, -, places in. See Athlone (St. Peter); Cloontuskert; Corca Achlann; Derrane; Fuerty; Gogelwys; Inchmacnerin; Inishmurray; Kilcomnata; Kilcroan; Killaspugbrone; Kilmacallan; Kilmacowen; Kilmore-na-Sinna; Kiltrustan; Lough Key; Roscommon; St. Johns, co. Roscommon; Taghboy; Tir-Briuin-na-Sinna.

-, -, rectory in, 908.

Elphinen[sis] written E[l]fen[ensis], 537.

Elphinstone, Elfinston, Elfynsten, Elphinston, William, official of Glasgow, unjust decision of, 405.

-, -, rector of Kirkmichael, co. Dumfries, dispensation to, 586, 587.

-, -, rector of Kirkmichael and official of Glasgow, dispensation to, 489.

-, -, rector of Kirkmichael and treasurer of Dunblane, pension to be paid by, 558.

-, -, proctor of. See Steynwlech’, Henry.

-, -, treasurer of Dumblane, formerly a litigant for the archdeaconry of Dunkeld, 506.

-, -, vicar in spirituals of the bishop of Glasgow, 37.

-, -, a counsellor of James III, king of Scots, provision of the bishopric of Ross [in Scotland] to, 105.

-, -, dispensation and faculty for, 105.

-, -, bishop-elect of Ross [in Scotland], sometime rector of Kirkmichael, 105.

-, -, liable to certain merchants of Florence, for the debt of his predecessor, 738.

-, -, translated to the bishopric of Aberdeen, 824.

-, -, [bishop-] elect of Aberdeen, sometime [bishop-] elect of Ross, 827.

-, -, absolution for, 909.

-, -, bishop of Aberdeen, sometime bishop of Ross, debts of, 181, 182.

-, -, faculty for the consecration of, 824.

-, -, oath of fealty, etc. of, 824.

Elrington, Elryngton, John, indult to, 379.

-, -, wife of, 379.

Elsworth, Ellysworth, Ellyworth, [co. Cambridge,] rectory of, 828.

Elsyngspittell. See London: religious houses.

Eluarde. See Everard, Richard.

Eluenyryhyny (recte Cluenyryhyny). See Clonherkin.

Ely, Elien[sis], [co. Cambridge,] bishop of, papal mandatary, 237, 249, 515, 735, 736, 797.

-, -, suffragan to, 903 note.

-, John bishop of. See Morton.

-, William late bishop of. See Gray.

-, archdeacon of, papal mandatary, 614.

-, official of, papal mandatary, 223, 448.

-, Benedictine priory (cathedral), monks of. See Colvill, Robert; Ramsey, Thomas, Topcliff, Robert.

-, -, chapter of, papal letters to, 657.

-, church of, vassals of, papal letters to, 657.

-, city and diocese of, clergy and people of, papal letters to, 657.

-, diocese of, persons of, 237 (2), 301, 587, 783, 883, 888 (bis), 898, 900, 904, 910, 912.

-, -, places in. See Anglesey; Cambridge (Corpus Christi College); Cambridge (hospital of St. John the Apostle and Evangelist); Cambridge (Peterhouse); Cambridge (St. Clement); Chesteron; Cottenham; Elsworth; Gamlingay; Grantchester; Hardwick; Harlton; Hildersham; Long Stanton; Swaffham Prior; Thorney; Weston Colville.

Elyd. See Elys, John.

Elyngdon alias Elyndon. See Allington.

Elyot, Richard, rector of Arley, dispensation to, 747.

-, William, rector of Bigbury, dispensation to, 686.

-, William, to be a notary public, 647.

Elys, Clys, Elyd, John, rector of St. Michael, Stamford, litigant, 708.

-, -, death of, 680.

-, John, rector of West Ilsley, dispensation to, 837.

-, Nicholas, rector of Llaneilian, dispensation to, 466.

Emlaghfad, Ymlecfada, Ymlefada, Ymlerfada, Ymlerfeda, Ymlirfada, [co. Sligo,] a prebend in Achonry, 815.

-, vicarage of, 190, 729, 730, 815.

-, See also Ballymote.

Emly, Imelacen[sis], Imilicen[sis], Immalacen[sis], Imolacen[sis], [co. Tipperary,] bishop of, papal mandatary, 61, 62, 144, 500 (bis), 525, 529, 529 note, 801.

-, -, joined with other papal mandataries who are not to proceed in a cause without him, 529.

-, Philip bishop of. See O'Cahill.

-, William bishop of. See O'Hedian.

-, episcopal mensa of, slenderness of, 345.

-, dean of, papal mandatary, 47, 96, 99, 131, 270, 476, 500, 546.

-, Donatus late dean of, executor of a papal mandate, 501.

-, archdeacon of, papal mandatary, 454, 730.

-, chancellor of, papal mandatary, 362, 379.

-, John de facto chancellor of. See O'Riordan.

-, Matthew chancellor of. See Omulryan.

-, official of, papal mandatary, 47, 476, 477, 546.

-, precentor of, papal mandatary, 96, 131, 362, 379.

-, John precentor of. See Macbrien.

-, Laurence precentor of. See Ohyky.

-, treasurer of, papal mandatary, 131.

-, canons of. See Burgo, David de; Burgo, John de; MacBrien, Charles; MacBrien, Donald; O'Cahill, Edmund; O'Cahill, Philip; O'Hedian, John; O'Hurrilly, William.

-, de facto canon of. See O'Hedian, Emundus.

-, chapter of, papal letters to, 471.

-, prebends in. See Inch St. Laurence; Kilnageni; Lattin.

-, church of, vassals of, papal letters to, 471.

-, city and diocese of, clergy and people of, papal letters to, 471.

-, diocese of, places in. See Abington, co. Limerick; Aglishcormick; Ballingarry, in Coshlea barony, co. Limerick; Bruis; Caherconlish; Clonpet; Cordangan; Doon; Doonmoon; Galbally; Glenlary; Grean; Kilshane; Kilteely; Knockainy; Knocklong; Killynanalyn; la Grene; Nalt; Solloghodmore.

-, -, vicarage in, 876.

Emwell, John, a canon of Salisbury and prebendary of West Harnham and Coombe Bissett, to have the rectory of West Dean united to his prebend, 808.

Enachdunen[sis]. See Annaghdown.

-, erroneously written Anactonen[sis] and Anathonen[sis], 389.

Enagdunen [sis], Enechdunen[sis]. See Annaghdown.

Enerlethan, Enerlethen. See Innerleithen.

Enga, diocese of Kilmore. See Annagh, co. Cavan.

Engesham (? Eynesham), Roger, dispensation to, 908.

England, absolution for persons in, 199.

-, agreement made in, 255.

-, Benedictine order in, abbots etc. of, 81.

-, -, chapter general of, John Sante, one of the presidents of, 617.

-, -, provincial chapter of, 81.

-, -, -, presidents of, 81.

-, benefice in, dispensation to a Carmelite friar to hold, 217.

-, -, dispensation to a Friar Eremite to hold, 427.

-, -, dispensation to a Friar Minor to hold, 325.

-, cardinal of. See Beaufort, Henry.

-, Carmelite Friars’ province of, 103.

-, Carthusian houses in, indult to enter, granted to queen Elizabeth, 583.

-, chancellor of. See Alcock, John; Stillington, Robert.

-, collector of the Camera (papal collector) in, payments to be made to, 3, 85, 158, 201.

-, -, one of two keys of an alms box to be held by, 158.

-, -, to admit the prior or administrator of Lenton priory, 192.

-, collectors of the Camera in, acting through deputies, 214.

-, -, neglect of, in collecting Peter's pence, 214.

-, -, See also Clementis, Vincent; Giglis, master John de; Medicis, master Prosper Camulius de; Sante, John.

-, consecration of an Irish bishop in, 330.

-, constitution forbidding the trial of ecclesiastics before secular judges in, 506.

-, constitutions of, provincial and synodal, against the farming of rectories by appropriators, 611.

-, Croyland in the northern parts of, 288.

-, custom in, of giving a certain habit and a ring to widows, vowing perpetual chastity, 835.

-, -, of orienting altars, 789.

-, death of Peter Meysers in, 240 note.

-, distance of, from the Roman court, 5.

-, faculty to grant certain dispensations to persons in, 200.

-, failure of a dispensation to be delivered in, 600.

-, Friars Minors’ province of, seven custodies of, decree extending an indult to all professors of, 646, 647.

-, -, -, ministers provincial, custodes, guardians and friars of, petition of, 646.

-, Friars Preachers’ province of, custom of, 427.

-, -, prior provincial of. See Payne, John.

-, hospital of St. Lazarus of Jerusalem in, master and brethren of, indults in aid of, confirmed, 263.

-, indulgence of the Jubilee in, 8, 197.

-, indulgence to persons in, who recite the office of the Visitation privately on days in the octave of that feast, on which it cannot be used as the principal office, 90, 91.

-, indulgence to persons in, who say the Angelical Salutation when the bells are rung at dawn, noon or sunset, 91.

-, indulgence to persons in, who use the Rosary, 91.

-, indulgence in, suspension of, 50.

-, islands and places adjacent to, papal nuncio etc. to. See Sante, John, abbot of Abingdon.

-, Isle of Wight between France and, 336.

-, journey of Peter de Aleprandis to, 212.

-, journey of Thomas Wele to, 819.

-, judges delegate in, petition for the commission of causes to, 46.

-, -, request for trial before, 52.

-, king of, benefices in the patronage of, 144, 669 (bis).

-, -, Deerhurst priory in the patronage of, 367.

-, -, nuncio, papal, with power of a legate a latere to. See Tollentis, Luke de.

-, -, ordinance relating to the staple of Calais made by, 227, 228.

-, -, palace of, Westminster abbey near, 581.

-, -, papal envoy to, 211.

-, -, parliament of, 227.

-, -, and the knights, etc. of the Garter, ordinance for, 246–7.

-, kings of, chapel of the Order of the Garter founded and endowed by, 240.

-, -, gifts to the chapel of St. Stephen, Westminister, made by, 678.

-, -, habit of, to dine with a great attendance of nobles, 626.

-, -, priory of the patronage of. See Deerhurst.

-, -, See also Edward IV; Henry I; Henry II; Richard III.

-, kings or queens of, Carthusian houses founded by, 583.

-, knights Hospitallers’ priory of, prior and preceptors of, 256 note.

-, -, John prior of. See Weston.

-, -, William prior of. See Tournay.

-, -, expenses during voidance of, 216.

-, -, brother of. See Lomelay, Marmaduke; Fitzherbert,

-, -, knights of. See Lomelay, Marmaduke; Fitzherbert, Walter.

-, -, benefices in, assigned for the defence of Rhodes, 177, 178.

-, -, master's camera in, 177.

-, -, preceptories in, 59, 69.

-, -, - See also Temple Combe.

-, -, procurator of. See Pot, Reynerius.

-, -, provincial chapter of, 256 note.

-, -, receiver in, 223 note.

-, -, - See also Schaff, Miles.

-, -, seal of, 256 note.

-, -, sequestrator of the Camera of. See Pot, Reynerius.

-, land in, granted to Sées cathedral, 400.

-, legates, papal, in. See Bourchier, Thomas, archbishop of Canterbury; Otto and Ottobon.

-, legates, papal, de letters to. See Ruvere, Julian de, cardinal bishop of Sabina; Sante, John, abbot of Abingdon.

-, lieutenant-general of the master and convent of Rhodes in. See Kendall, John.

-, long-continued wars in, 491.

-, mayor, etc. of the Society of the Staple of Calais not to be impleaded without, 253.

-, mendicant friars in, complaint against, 262.

-, -, rights of, defined, 262, 264.

-, merchandize of, export of, 229.

-, merchants of Calais belonging to, 252.

-, minor penitentiary in Rome for, 206, 207.

-, mission of Nicholas Jacobi de Guarnetis to, 278.

-, money of, 371, 445, 486, 550.

-, money sent to Rome from, fraudulently lost, 819.

-, nuncio, papal, in, 125.

-, - See also Sante, John, abbot of Abingdon.

-, nuncio and papal collector in. See Giglis, master John de.

-, nuncio, papal, with legative power in. See Giliis, John de.

-, order of St. Clare in, professors of, 646, 647.

-, ordinaries of, to publish certain papal letters, 263.

-, papal letters on their way from Rome to Ireland, seized in, 402.

-, persons in, very distant from Rome, 647.

-, prelates of, pressure put upon priests by, to exercise the cure of souls, 408.

-, primate of, title of, 242, 242 note.

-, procurator of the Hospital of St. John of Jerusalem in. See Pot, Reynerius.

-, queen consort of. See Elizabeth.

-, realm of, vicars in, to wear almuces, 912.

-, rectors of parish churches in, complaint of, against the Friars, 262.

-, religious houses in, mandate for visitation of, 50, 51, 571.

-, John Sante sent to, 197.

-, Solemn feasts in, which prevent the newly instituted office for the feast of the Visitation being sung there, 90.

-, special privileges regarding heresy sent to, 200.

-, statutes and customs of, 631.

-, Third Order of St. Francis in, brethren and sister of, 646, 647.

-, visit of Paulinus and Antonius de Minutolis to, 217.

-, voyage from Flanders to, 235.

-, Wool brought to Calais from, 229, 230.

England, Wales and parls and islands adjacent, papal nuncio and commissary to. See Sante, John.

-, visitation of monasteries in, 571.

Enisfalin. See Innisfallen.

Enkbarow, Robert, notary public, 25.

-, -, dispensation to, 886.

-, -, witness, 367.

Ennerlichton. See Innerleithen.

Enniscorthy, Iniscorthy, Innyscorthy, Inscorthy, [co. Wexford,] Augustinian priory of St. John the Evangelist, prior of, papal mandatary, 574, 575, 604.

-, St. John's by. See St. John's, co. Wexford.

Enyscat. See Scattery Island.

Enysham. See Eynsham.

Epaldyng. See Spalding.

Erch, David, to be vicar of Lintrathen, 610.

Erdbury, Erdebury, [in Chilvers Cotton, co. Warwick,] Augustinian priory, canon of. See Lecke, John.

Erdyngton. See Yarnton.

Erfelden [sis] (? recte Hereforden[sis]), diocese of, person of, 899.

Erfforden [sis], Erforden[sis]. See Erfurt.

Erforden [sis], written in error for Hereforden[sis], 729, 729 note.

Erfurt, Erfforden[sis], Erforden[sis], [Germany,] 729 note.

-, collegiate church of St. Mary, dean of, papal mandatary, 583.

Ergadien [sis]. See Argyll.

Eriponte , recte Jeriponte, abbey de. See. Jerpoint.

Erit, Nicholas, dispensation to, 900.

Erith, co. Kent. See Lesnes.

Erle, John, rector of Backwell, dispensation to, 562.

-, Simon, notary public, 874.

Errigal, Arigul, [co. Londonderry,] rectory of, erected into a prebend in Derry, 48.

Ertham. See Eartham.

Eruli, Berardus, cardinal priest of St. Sabina, papal commissary, 15.

Esche. See Ash, co. Kent.

Esse, in the diocese of Canterbury. See Ash, co. Kent.

Esse, in the diocese of London. See Ashen.

Esshby la Zouche. See Ashby de la Zouch.

Est Barfold. See Bergholt, East.

Esteney, John, to be abbot of Westminister, 890.

-, -, blessing of, 890.

Esthantham. See Hougham, East.

Est Hildesley. See Ilsley, East.

Estilbode (recte Estiwode), Estiwode. See Eastwood, co. Renfrew.

Est Kyngyssnoth. See Kingsnorth.

Eston. See Easton, co. Wilts.

Eston, John, rector of Exford, dispensation to, 782.

-, William, rector of Charlinch, dispensation to, 778.

Eston ad Turrim. See Easton, Little.

Estost, John, a monk of Pontefract, grant to, partly annulled, 573.

Estoutevilla, William de, cardinal bishop of Ostia and archbishop of Rouen, called the cardinal of Rouen, award of, 15.

-, -, lodgings of, at Rome, 15.

-, -, member of the household of. See Vaus, Thomas.

-, -, papal mandatary, 14, 19.

-, -, suit before, 319.

-, -, cardinal bishop of Ostia, papal chamberlain, members of the household of. See Achlak, Denis; Forman, Nicholas; Vaus, Thomas.

Estre. High. See Easter, High.

Estriddingia , Est Riding. See East Riding.

Estroppe. See Eastrop.

Est stretemore [in the parish of St. John the Baptist, Glastonbury,] tithes of, 292.

Estwod. See Eastwood, co. Essex.

Estyngton. See Eastington.

Eswall, [in Street, co. Somerset,] wood of, 293.

Esyngwald. See Easingwold.

Esyngwold, Margaret, a nun of Wilberfoss, dispensation to, 687.

-, Thomas, rector of St. Martin, Exeter, dispensation to, 607.

Eton, in the diocese of Lincoln. See Eaton Socon.

Eton, Eton by Windsor, [co. Buckingham,] church of St. Mary, indult to persons visiting and giving alms to, 253, 254.

-, -, minister of. See Doget, John.

-, college of, original bull at, 254.

Eton Episcopi. See Eaton Bishop.

Eton Hastyng. See Eaton Hastings.

Euerartd. See Everard. Richard.

Euey. See Bury St. Edmunds.

Eugenius IV, pope, chamberlain of. See Candour, Thomas.

-, dispensations by, 304, 511.

-, death of, before his letters were drawn up, 511.

-, grant by, 726.

-, indult of, confirmed, 253.

-, papal constitution of, 207.

-, privileges granted by, 278 notes (ter).

-, sentences of his predecessors against simoniaes, renewed by, 394, 411, 566, 652, 848.

-, steps against the Turks taken by, 204.

Eugubio, Anthony de, physician of Pius II, and proctor of the physician of Sixtus IV, 52, 53.

Eure, William, precentor of York and rector of Leeds, sometime rector of Brompton and afterwards of Workington, grant to, 202.

Eustace, Richard, treasurer of St. Patrick's, Dublin, litigant for a moiety of the prebend of Lusk, 314, 314 note.

Evachdunen [sis] (recte Enachdunen[sis]). See Annaghdown.

Everard, Eluarde (?), Euerartd, Richard, to be a canon of Cashel and prebendary of Rathcool with the vicarages of Kilmelath, Kylmeklay and Crampscastle annexed, 95.

-, -, a canon of Cashel, papal mandatary, 169.

-, -, to be a canon of Lismore [in Ireland], 902.

-, William, a Premonstratensian canon of Newbo, dispensation to, 776.

Everdon, [co. Northampton,] parish church of St. Mary, rectory of, 778.

Eversham, William, vicar of Eastwood, dispensation to, 785.

Everyngham, John, vicar of Goldsborough, dispensation to, 493.

Evesham, Ebeschm, Ebeshm, [co. Worcester,] Benedictine abbey, William abbot of. See Upton.

-, -, John prior of. See Norton.

-, -, prior and convent of, office of chamberlain restored to, 635.

-, -, chamberlain of, office of, 635.

-, -, monks of, chambers and infirmaries of, 635.

-, -, convent of, oath extorted from a new abbot by, 635.

-, parish church of All Saints, vicar of, 822.

Evreux, Ebroicen[sis], [Eure, France,] Martial bishop of. See Formier.

-, diocese of, place in. See Evreux (St. Taurin) infra.

-, Benedictine abbey of St. Taurin, dependence of the priory of Fore upon, 171.

Evyot, William, late abbot of Old Deer, 826.

Ewelme, [co. Oxford,] parish church of St. Mary, rectory of, 637.

Exeter, Econien[sis], Exovien[sis], [co. Devon.] bishop of, oath to be taken to, 523.

-, -, papal mandatary, 52, 505, 523, 802, 862.

-, George bishop of. See Nevill.

-, John bishop of. See Bothe.

-, Peter about to be provided to the see of. See Courtenay.

-, dean of, papal mandatary, 457.

-, Lionel dean of. See Wydville.

-, Peter dean of. See Courtenay.

-, Nicholas chancellor of. See Gosse.

-, official of, papal mandatary, 157.

-, John precentor of. See de Stubbes.

-, Thomas treasurer of. See Langton.

-, canon of. See Gosse, Nicholas.

-, canon and prebendary of. See Stubbes, John de.

-, chapter of, papal letters to, 657.

-, church of, archdeaconry in. See Totnes.

-, -, vassals of, papal letters to, 657.

-, city and diocese of, clergy and people of, papal letters to, 657.

-, diocese of, indulgence in, 881.

-, -, persons of, 367, 379, 409, 572, 710, 802 (bis), 866, 867, 869, 871, 872, 873, 874 (bis), 881, 883, 885 (bis), 886, 888 (bis), 900 (bis), 907, 909, 911.

-, -, places in. See Allington, East; Alverdiscott; Aylesbeare; Bideford; Bigbury; Bodmin; Bovey, North; Buckland Tout Saints; Buckland, West; Chagford; Charleton; Cheriton Bishop; Cheriton Fitzpaine; Chistow; Chulmleigh; Churchstanton; Combe Martin; Crantock; Crediton; Crowan; Diptford; Dittisham; Dodbrooke; Dunkeswell; Exeter (St. Nicholas); Goodleigh; Heanton Punchardon; Ilfracombe; Kentisbury; Lanlivery; Loddiswell; Marhamchurch; Marwood; Menheniot; Milton Abbot; Milton Damerel; Molton, North; Morwenstow; North Hill; Okehampton; Ottery St. Mary; Paignton; Petrockstow; Plymouth; Poundstock; Rewe; Roche; St. Brecock; St. Buryan; St. Column Major; St. Gluvias; Sampford Peverell; Slapton; Stokenham; Tavistock; Tawton, North; Tedburn; Tintagel; Tiverton; Torbryan; Torre; Torrington, Great; Ugborough.

-, Benedictine priory of St. Nicholas, grant of the fruits of a certain town belonging to, 908.

-, parish church of St. Martin, rectory of, 607.

-, parish church of St. Olave, rectory of, 796.

-, Tristram Milford of, 827.

Exeter, John d’. See Dexeter.

Exford, [co. Somerset,] rectory of, 782.

Exmes, de Oximis [near Sées, Orne, France,] castle of, 401.

Exonien [sis]. See Exeter.

-, written in error for Oxonien[sis], 854 note.

Exonien[sis]. See. Exeter.

-, an error for St. Andrews, diocese of, person of, 893.

Eye, de Eya, [co. Suffolk,] Benedictine priory, prior of, to dispense monks to be ordained, 708.

-, -, prior and convent of, faculty to, 708.

-, -, -, petition of, 708.

-, -, monks of, faculty for ordination of, 708.

Eyke, co. Suffolk, Savertons in, q.v.

Eykeryng (recte Pykeryng). See Pickering.

Eynon, Laurence ap. See Laurence ap Eynon.

Eynsford, Eynesford, [co. Kent,] rectory of, 37.

Eynsham, Enysham, Ruyslam, [co. Oxford,] Benedictine abbey, William abbot of. See Walwyn.

Eynsham, Enysham, [co. Oxford,] Benedictine abbey, William abbot of. See Walwyn.

Eyton, in the diocese of Lincoln, [? Eaton Bray, co. Bedford,] parish church of St. Guthlac, vicarage of, 449.

F

Faerwedder, Robert, to have a pension on the vicarage of Kinglassie, 118.

Fahan Upper, Fayinura, [co. Donegal], vicarage of, 643.

Fail, Failefurde, Fayl alias Faylfurde, [in Tarbolton, co. Ayr], house of Trinitarian Friars, James minister of. See Doles; and Rede.

-, -, John minister commendatary of. See Mure.

-, -, brother of. See Doles, James.

Fakenham, (? Little or Magna), Fecknam, [co. Suffolk], rectory of, 418.

Fakenhamdam. See Hempton.

Falaise, Falesia, Falia, [Calvados, France], provostry of the castle of, 400.

-, teloneum de, 401 note.

Falckeborne. See Faulkbourne.

Falconer, James, to have a vicarage in the diocese of St. Andrews, 899.

-, Falconner, John, vicar of Cupar (or Coupar-Angust), pension to be paid by, 567.

-, -, proctor of. See Manni de Castello, Nicholas.

Falesia , Falia. See Falaise.

Falkley, William, dispensation to, 912.

Falkston. See Folkestone.

Fallay. See Fawley.

Falus, Robert, dispensation to, 893.

Fancroft, Finchora, Fincora, [in Seirkieran, King's county], chapel of, annexed to Sierkieran priory, ISS. 443, 444.

Faren[sis]. See Faroe.

Farforth, Robert, rector of Normanton, dispensation to, 659.

Faringdon, Faryngton, [co. Hants.], rectory of, 726.

Farnecombe, Farnecomke, Matilda, of Winchelsea, relict of Simon Farnecombe, chantries founded by, 615.

-, -, masses for the soul of, 615.

-, Simon, relict of. See Farnecombe, Matilda.

-, -, masses for the soul of, 615.

Faroe, Faren[sis], bishop of, papal mandatary, 284.

Farquhar, Farwwechi, Robert, to have a vicarage in the diocese of St. Andrews, 897.

Fartyngton, Richard, dispensation to, 890.

Farweehi. See Farquhar.

Faryngton. See Faringdon.

Fauconberg, Fauquenberg, lord. See Nevill, William.

Faulkbourne, Falckeborne, [co. Essex], Thomas Montgomery lord of, 381.

Fauoria . See Fore.

Fauquenberg, earl (sic) of. See Nevill, William, lord Fauconberg.

Favnderoy (? recte Fauntleroy), Robert, dispensation to, 886.

Fawkeswell, William, an Augustinian canon of Merton, dispensation to, 730.

Fawley, Fallay, [co. Bucks.,] rectory of, 517.

Faxholes, Fayhales, Fayholes, See Foxhole.

Fayinura. See Fahan Upper.

Fayl alias Faylfurde. See Fail.

Feakle, Fyecail, [co. Clare], parish church of (with four other parish churches), rectory of, 609.

Fecknam. See Fakenham, (? Little or Magna).

Feddys, George, vicar of Steventon, dispensation to, 426.

Fedyrckerii. See Fettercairn.

Felayn. See Ofaelan, John.

Felde, Thomas, abbot of Burton, witness, 693.

-, Feld, Thomas, a Friar Minor, dispensation to, 597.

-, Walter, dispensation to, 899.

-, -, provost of the collegiate church of St. Elizabeth, Winchester, grant to, 9.

Felpham, Felgham, [co. Sussex], vicarage of, 319.

Feltwell, Feltwell, [co. Norfolk], parish church of St. Mary, rectory of, 301.

Fenagh, Finacha, [co. Leitrim], parish church of St. Calinus, rectory of, 344.

Fendike, William, rector of St. Peter at Arches, Lincoln, dispensation to, 828.

Fen End, Fenne End, [in Tilney St. Laurence, co. Norfolk], petition of inhabitants of, 721.

Fenerother, Richard, rector of Sutton, co. Essex, dispensation to, 675.

Fenit, Fenynd, [co. Kerry], a prebend in Ardfert, 175.

Fenne End. See Fen End.

Fenny Compton, [co. Warwick], rectory of, 468.

Fenton, James, to be vicar of Tibbermore, 25.

-, -, sometime vicar of Lesile, 365.

-, John, fruits of a monastery reserved for, 914.

-, Robert, vicar of Thorington, to be rector of St. Michael, Stamford, 680.

Fenwyke, Richard, a premonstratensian canon of Wendling, dispensation to, 776.

Fenynd. See Fenit.

Fercharde, Eugenius, to be rector of Kilfinichen, 166.

Ferdinand II, king of Sicily, a knight of the Garter, 8, 240.

-, petition of, 365.

Ferebi, Anne alias An, dispensed to marry, 829.

Feregaill. See O'Farrell, Donald.

Ferentino, [Roma, Italy], bishop of, papal mandatary, 84.

-, John son of Ambrose de Paziis of, 84.

Ferers. See Ferrers, Ralph.

Fergundene. See Forgandenny.

Fermo, Firman[us], [Italy], Nicholas Jacobi de Guarnetis of, 278.

Fermoy, de Casbro (sic), de Castro dei, de Castrodei, [co. Cork], Cistercian abbey of St. Mary, abbot of, papal mandatary, 174, 189, 399, 403, 404, 421, 423, 435, 595, 681, 719.

-, -, Gerald abbot commendatary of. See de Geraldinis.

-, -, Nicholas abbot of. See O'Hennessy.

-, -, Thady de facto abbot of. See Ochaym.

-, -, vacancy in, and promise of provision of, 182.

-, -, convent of, grant to, 893.

-, -, monk of. See Ochaym, Thady.

Ferns, Fernen[sis], [co. Wexford], bishop of, rights of, saved, 575.

-, Laurence [bishop-] elect of. See Nevill.

-, John bishop of. See Purcell.

-, dean of, papal mandatary, 145.

-, Henry dean of. See Roche.

-, Nicholas, late dean of. See Keating.

-, canons of. See Obardan, Patrick; Oduffryn, Nicholas; Ofaelan, John; Purcell, Thomas; Roche, John; Sutton Robert.

-, prebend in, 148.

-, - See Fethard.

-, diocese of, monastery in, 873.

-, -, persons of, 574 (bis), 893.

-, -, places in. See Dunbrody; Enniscorthy; Ferns (abbey of St. Mary); Fethard; Glascarrig; Kilcavan; St. John's; Selskar; Templeshanbo; Wexford.

-, Augustinian abbey of St. Mary, abbot of, papal mandatary, 402, 404.

-, -, Dermit abbot of. See Oduffryn.

-, -, Donald de facto abbot of. See O'Murphy.

-, -, Thomas late abbot of. See Oduffryn.

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

-, -, habit worn in, 575.

Ferraria, Ferrara, master Peter de, a papal chaplain and auditor, cause committed to, 708.

-, -, papal mandatary, 32, 431.

Ferrariis, John Baptista de, a canon of Modena, papal mandatary, 136, 162, 164, 165, 168, 183, 188, 808, 845, 864.

Ferrer, John, a brother of the house of Bonshommes of Edington, dispensation to, 641.

Ferrers, lord of. See Devereux, Walter.

Ferrers, Ferers, Ralph, dispensation to, 384.

-, -, dean of Tamworth, dispensation to, 710.

Ferriby, South, Soweh Fereby. [co. Lincoln,] rectory of, 627.

Ferrici y Comentano, Peter, cardinal priest of St. Sixtus, papal mandatary, 63, 64, 65.

Fertagh, Fertakeyra, Fertkerach, [co. Kilkenny], Augustinian priory of St. Kieran, prior of, papal mandatary, 74.

-, -, Thomas, prior of. See O'Cahill.

-, -, William prior of. See O'Duggan.

-, -, canon of. See O'Cahill, Thomas.

Fethard, Fidarth, [co. Tipperary], parish church of St. John the Baptist, vicarage of, 174.

Fethard, Fithard, [co. Wexford], a prebend in Ferns, 717.

Fettercairn, Fedyrckerii, [co. Kincardine], rectory of, appropriation of, 17.

Feuchtwangen, [Bavaria], collegiate church of St. Mary, provost of, papal mandatary, 38.

Fichet, Richard, commissary of John White, archdeacon of Meath, 821.

-, -, sometime vicar of Skreen, 312.

Fidarta. See Fuerty.

Fidarth. See Fethard, co. Tipperary.

Fiddown, Fydwn, [co. Kilkenny], vicarage of, 167.

Fiela, James, a canon of Urgel, papal mandatary, 680.

Fiera , G. (?B.) de la, 219 note.

Figarth, Figorta. See Fuerty.

Finabornen[sis]. See Kilfenora.

-, incorrectly written Finobor en[sis], 683.

-, incorrectly written Firmaboren[sis], 328 note.

Finacha. See Fenagh.

Finchora, Fincora. See Fancroft.

Finedon, Thyden, Thynden, Tynden, [co. Northants.], vicarage of, 694.

Fineti, Nicholas, a canon of Cambrai, papal mandatary, 384.

Finlai, Simon, a collector of the papal Camera in Scotland, 6.

Finningley, Finyngley, Fyny[n]gley, Fynyngliey, [co. Nottingham], rectory of, 562.

Finoboren[sis], incorrectly written for Finnaboren[sis] (i.e. Kilfenora), 683.

Finyngley. See Finningley.

Firle, Clement, absolution for, 915.

Firmaboren[sis], incorrectly written for Finnaboren[sis] (i.e. Kilfenora), 328 note.

Firman[us]. See Fermo.

Fischer. See Fisher, William.

Fisgybun. See Fitzcibbon, Richard.

Fisher, Fyssher, Thomas, rector of Eaton Hastings, dispensation to, 304.

-, Fischer, William, rector of West Buckland, dispensation to, 364.

Fishwick, Fyschwye, [now united to Hutton, co. Berwick], vicarage of, 335.

Fismaris, Fismoris, Fissmorys. See FitzMaurice.

Fithard. See Fethard, co. Wexford.

Fitzeibert. See Fitzherbert. Nicholas.

FitzEustace, FytzEustace, Roland, lord of Porilester, indult to, 548.

-, -, wife of. See Fitz-Maurice, Elena (fn. 1) .

FitzGerald, James, James (Fitz-Thomas), earl of Desmond, de Ismon’, confirmation to, of the patronage of Killagh, 170.

-, -, detaining portion of the fruits of the bishopric of Ardfert, 250.

-, -, papal mandatary, 187.

-, -, patron of Nohaval, consent of, to a union, 576.

-, James FitzPhillip. See Geraldinis, James son of Philip de.

-, Thomas Fizmoris, earl of Kildare, Childaria, Kayldaria, patron of the rectory of Croom, 392.

-, -, patron of the rectory of Dromin, 411.

FitzGibbon, David, son of the White Knight of Clangibbon, late rector of Dromin, 411.

-, Fisgybun, Richard, provided to the rectory of Ballingaddy, 44.

Fitzharry, Fizharri, Richard, sometime rector of Ballingaddy, 44.

Fitzherbert, Fitzeibert, Nicholas, dispensation to, 900.

-, Walter, a Knight Hospitaller of the priory of England, collated to the preceptory of Temple Combe, 255, 256.

-, -, letters to, 255.

-, Fytzherbe[r]t, William, rector of Wrington and of Leeke, sometime rector of St. John the Baptist, Gloucester, dispensation to, 218.

-, -, rector of Wrington and Leake and treasurer of Lichfield, sometime rector of St. John the Baptist, Gloucester, indult to, 58, 59.

Fitzhugh, Fythhugh, Fytzhugh, George, a kinsman of Edward IV, dispensations to, 498, 633.

FitzJames, Richard, rector of Spettisbury, dispensation to, 495.

FitzJohan, Filius Johannis, William, a merchant of the Society of the Staple of Calais, 230.

FitzMaurice, Fytzmoris, Brandan, abbot of Ratoo, executor of a papal mandate, 127, 128.

-, -, grant to, 136, 137.

-, -, petition of, 588.

-, Fismoris, David, chancellor of Ardfert and rector of Barrow, to be also vicar of Barrow, 354, 355.

-, Fismoris, Edmund, de facto abbot of O'Dorney, 306.

-, -, to have a monastery in the diocese of Ardfert, 884.

-, Fismoris, Fitzmoris, Fystmoris, FysMorys, FytzMorys, Edmund, dean of Ardfert, executor of a papal mandate, 483.

-, -, late dean of Ardfert, 136, 137, 732, 839.

-, -, molestation of the abbot of Rattoo by, 588.

-, Fissmorys, Edmund, late rector of Killury, 185.

-, Edmund son of Thomas, 250.

-, FytzMorice, Elena, wife of Roland FitzEustace, indult to, 548.

-, Fizmoris, Fyssinorum, John, to be vicar of Dysert, co. Kerry, and to Kilmaniheen, 183.

-, -, to have a vicarage in the diocese of Ardfert, 897.

-, Fizmons, Fismoris, Fizmoris, John, to be chancellor of Ardfert, 903.

-, -, chancellor of Ardfert, papal mandatary, 510, 526, 538.

-, -, de facto chancellor of Ardfert, 460.

-, Fismaris, FysMorys, John, to be dean of Ardfert, 732.

-, -, dean of Ardfert, and de facto a vicar in that church, 810.

-, Fismoris, John, to be precentor of Ardfert, 833.

-, -, late precentor of Ardfert, 378.

-, FitzMoris, John son of Neil, agreement made by, 588.

-, John son of Thomas, 250.

-, Fytzmoris, Maurice, to be a canon of Ardfert and prebendary of Murher, 838.

-, Fismaris, Maurice, to be chancellor of Ardfert and a vicar in that church, 810.

-, Fismoris, Maurice, late precentor of Ardfert, 378.

-, Fytzmoris, Nicholas, a canon and prebendary of Ardfert, charges against, 605.

-, Fismoris, Patrick, to be precentor of Ardfert, 378.

-, -, de facto precentor of Ardfert, 833.

-, -, Sometime de facto precentor of Ardfert, to be dean of Ardfert with the vicarage of Killehenny united thereto, 840.

-, Fismoris, Fyzmoris, Remundus or Redmond, de facto vicar of Barrow, 354.

-, -, to have a rectory in the diocese of Ardfert, 870.

-, Fitzmoris, Richard son of Gerald, agreement made by, 588.

-, Fytzmoris, Robert sometime a canon of Ardfert and prebendary of Murher, 838.

-, Robert son of Thomas, 250.

-, Fismoris, Thomas, captain of Fitzmaurice, 250.

-, -, sons of, 250.

-, -, Anora his wife, 251.

-, Fytzmoris, William, to be a canon and prebendary of Ardfert and vicar of Listowell, 605.

FitzRichard, Gerald, bishop of Cloyne, collation made by, 183.

-, -, presentation to and institution by, 421.

-, -, bishop of Cork and Cloyne, disturbance and imprisonment of, 187.

-, -, petition of, 187.

FitzSimon, Fuysymun, Christopher, a monk of Fore, to be prior of the same, 170, 171.

-, Fuysymun, Edmund, prior of Fore, commissary of Nicholas Herbarde, 312.

-, -, commissary of Peter abbot of Navan, 314, 315 note.

-, -, death of, 171.

-, FytzSymonde, Walter, precentor of St. Patrick's, Dublin, dispensation to, 495.

-, -, about to be provided to the archbishopric of Dublin, absolution for, 847.

-, -, provision of, to the archbishopric of Dublin, 846.

-, -, [archbishop-]elect of Dublin, to retain the precentorship and a rectory in the diocese of Meath, 915.

-, -, faculty for the consecration of, 846 note, 847.

-, -, oath of fealty etc. of, 847.

-, -, archbishop of Dublin, pension to be paid by, 190.

Fixholes. See Foxhole.

Fizharri. See Fitzharry.

Fizmons (recte Fizmoris). See Fitz-Maurice, John, chancellor of Ardfert.

Fizmoris. See FitzGerald, Thomas (FitzMaurice), earl of Kildare; Fitzmaurice, John, chancellor of Ardfert; Fitz-Maurice, John, vicar of Dysert; and Geraldinis, John son of Maurice de.

Flahanan. See O'Flavin, Thomas.

Flamyng. See Fleming, Robert.

Flanche, John, vicar of Poundstock, dispensation to, 564.

Flanders, Flandria, count of. See Philip.

-, custom of trading in, 229.

-, export of wool etc. to, forbidden, 227.

-, lieutenant-general of the master and convent of Rhodes in. See Kendall, John.

-, principal members of. See Bruges; Frank of Bruges, the; Ghent; Ypres.

-, trade of, with Calais, 230.

-, trade with, 229.

-, voyage from, to England, 235.

-, wool conveyed to, 231.

Flaya, John, dispensation to, 866.

Fleet, Flete, [co. Lincoln], rectory of, 386.

Fleet Marston, Merston, [co. Buckingham], Ralph Verney lord of, 551.

Fleming, Flemyn, John, a monk of Leix, sometime de facto abbot of the same, 762.

-, Flamyng, Robert, indult to, 195.

-, Flemyng, William, sometime vicar of Kilmalcolm, 849.

-, -, proctor of, 849.

Flescher, John, dispensation to, 854.

Flete. See Fleet.

Fleure, Robert, notary public, 890.

Flitcham, Flicham ad Fontes, Fliecham ad Fontes, [co. Norfolk], Augustinian priory of St. Mary, William prior of. See Wilkeshere.

Floore, Flore, [co. Northants.,] vicarage of, 409.

Florence, [Italy], citizens and merchants of, 235, 738.

-, gold florin of, 4, 43, 79, 97, 482, 496, 542.

-, merchants of, 39, 132, 181, 182, 261.

-, Octavianus de Palatio of, 774.

Florentines, war between the pope and the, 245.

-, killed by pirates, 235.

Flumine dei , Cistercian abbey de, in the diocese of Meath, abbot of, papal mandatary, 412, 521.

Fogge, Alice, indult to, 874.

Foldi[n]gworth, William, a canon of Lincoln, papal mandatary, 359.

Foligno, Fulgineum, [Perugia, Italy,] papal letters dated at, 55, 209, 224, 240, 540, 543, 545, 555, 566, 569, 583.

Folken, Thomas, dispensation to, 886.

Folkestone, Falkston, [co. Kent,] rector of, refusal of, to permit a marriage to be solemnized, 540.

Folkingham, Folkyngham, [co. Lincoln], rectory of, 424.

Fonones. See Furness.

Fons Vivus , Fons vivus de Lothro. See Lorrha.

Fonte Sancti Patritii , abbey de. See Ballintober.

Fonteuiur (recte Fonte vivo de Lochra), priory de. See Lorrha.

Fonte vivo , monastery de. See Corrigilihy.

Fontis vivi de Lochra , Locrach, priory. See Lorrha.

Fontmell Magna, Fontmeyle, [co. Dorset,] parish church of St. Andrew, rectory (called vicarage) of, 850.

Foox, John, dispensation to, 892.

Forbes, Walter, rector of Abbotrule and vicar of Inverurie, dispensation to, 704.

Fore, Fauoria, Fouor, [in St. Feighin's, co. Westmeath], Benedictine priory of SS. Taurin and Feighin, Christopher prior of. See Fitz-Simon.

-, -, Edmund prior of. See FitzSimon.

-, -, Roger de facto prior of. See Macregnet.

-, -, prior and convent of, detaining the rectory of Kilmore and Ballintemple, 11.

-, -, monks of. See Fitz-Simon, Christopher; Macregnet, Roger.

-, -, dependence of, upon the abbey of St. Taurin, Evreux, 171.

Forest, Foresti, Robert, late archdeacon of Moray, 519, 702.

Forestar. See Forster, Gilbert.

Foresti. See Forest.

Forfar, co. Forfar. See Restennet.

Forgandenny, Fergundene, Forgu[n]dlby, [cos. Perth and Kinross,] chapel of St. Mary, 166, 763.

Forgeo, Forgio alias Clar, abbey de, See Clare.

Forgu[n]dlby. See Forgandenny.

Forinam. See Forman, Elizabeth.

Forles, Henry, dispensation for, 558.

Forman, Forinam, Elizabeth, a nun of North Berwick, to be prioress of the same, 29.

-, -, uncanonical abbess (called prioress) of North Berwick, 23.

-, -, petition of, 29.

-, -, resignation and rehabilitation of, 29, 30.

-, Nicholas, a member of the household of the cardinal bishop of Ostia, to be vicar of Cadder, 609.

-, William, a canon of Dunkeld, papal mandatary, and executor of a papal mandate, 447.

Formayr. See Urney, cos. Donegal and Tyrone.

Formby, John, an Augustinian canon of Warter, dispensation to, 586.

Formier, Martial, bishop of Evreux, present at the Council of Bâle, 617 note.

Fors, Thomas, indult to, not to be compelled to exercise the cure of souls, 408.

Forster, Forestar, Gilbert, late a papal acolyte and a canon and succentor of Moray, 77.

-, John, rector of St. Margaret Lothbury, London, dispensation to, 557.

-, -, rector of St. Olave Silver Street, London, dispensation to, 572.

-, Foster, Froster, Robert, vicar of Stevenston, absolution for, 405.

-, -, rehabilitation of, 37.

-, Forstar, Rofer (sic), William, an Augustinian canon of Jedburgh, election of, as abbot of Jedburgh, declared null and void, 168.

-, -, monition to, 169.

-, -, a canon and de facto abbot of Jedburgh, 172, 173.

Forsyth, Thomas, pension on the church of Kirkpatrick-Juxta paid to, 126.

Forteviot, Fortevvot, Fortewot, Fortewyot, Fortiweot, [co. Perth,] rectory of, 43, 63, 339.

-, -, appropriated to the archiepiscopal mensa of St. Andrews, 17.

Fortin ., Jo., 340, 387, 388, 395, 400, 402 (bis), 404 (bis), 416, 418, 421, 422, 423 (bis), 435, 436 (bis), 437, 438, 439, 440, 441, 442, 443, 450, 460, 461, 477, 478, 479.

-, -, alterations made by, 395 note, 402 note.

Fortiweot. See Forteviot.

Fortt, Thomas, vicar of Yeovil, dispensation to, 781.

Foster, Robert. See Forster.

-, Foster, Thomas, a monk of Pluscardine, to be prior of the same, 510.

-, -, pension to be paid by, 510.

-, -, prior of Pluscarden, charges against, 75.

-, Thomas, vicar of Darenth. See Donald alias Foster.

Fouleshurst, Robert, dispensation to, 905.

Foulness, Fowlnes, [co. Essex], parish church of SS. Mary and Thomas the Martyr. chapel or chantry in, 9.

Fountains, de Fontance, de Fontibus, de Fountance, [in Fountain's Earth, Kirkby Malzeard, co. York, W.R.], Cistercian abbey of St. Mary, abbot of, papal mandatary, 46, 751.

-, -, abbot and convent of, appropriation to, 59.

-, -, a monk of, to serve Thornton in Craven, 60.

-, -, monks of. See Hogson alias Sutrhon. Thomas; Selby, John.

Fouor. See Fore.

Fowlnes. See Foulness.

Fox, Henry, archdeacon of Down, vicar general of Thady O'Morrissey, bishop of Down, complaint of, 313.

-, -, late archdeacon of Down, 706.

-, John, archdeacon of Salop, witness, 693.

Foxhole, Faxholes, Fayhales, Fayholes, Fixholes, John, a Friar Minor, [archbishop-]elect of Armagh, 868, 868 note.

-, -, archbishop of Armagh, death of, without having had possession, 133, 134, 261.

-, -, debt of, and money borrowed by, 39, 40, 132–4, 261.

-, -, late archbishop of Armagh, 893 note.

-, -, successor of. See Connesburgh, Edmund.

Framlingham, Framyngham Castri, [co. Suffolk], rectory of, 573.

Frampton, David, vicar of Banwell, dispensation to, 409.

Framyngham Castri. See Framlingham.

France, Francia, absence of Richard Heron from, 234.

-, export of wool etc. to, forbidden, 227.

-, Isle of Wight between England and, 336.

-, king of, écus of the mint of, 233.

-, -, jurisdiction of, saved, 253.

-, -, parlement of, 252.

-, - See Edward IV; John II; Louis XI.

-, legate de latere to. See Ruvere, Julian de, cardinal bishop of Sabina.

-, one of the twelve pairs of. See Philip, duke of Burgundy.

-, six priories of, in the order of the Hospital of St. John of Jerusalem, 223 note.

-, visit of Paulinus and Antonius de Minutolis to, 217.

-, and adjacent parts, journey of John de Monstreul to, 276 note.

Francis, duke of Brittany, dominions of, 283.

Francys. See Fraunce, Ingram.

Frank of Bruges, the, Ledrye or Leurie, [now in Belgium] bound to a treaty, 229.

Frank, Geoffrey, dispensed to marry, 271.

Frankeleyn, John, vicar of Purton, dispensation to, 694.

Frascati[Italy], papal letters dated at, 347.

-, priest of, 851 note.

Frasel. See Fresel, John, a canon of St. Salvator in St. Andrews.

Fratour, Fratur, William, a canon of Aberdeen, papal mandatary, 339, 343.

-, William, sometime a claimant to a canonry and the succentorship of Moray, 77.

Fraunce (or Francys), Ingram, abbot of St. Radegurd's, dispensation to, 484.

Freaunlt, James, to have a rectory in the diocese of Ardfert, 906.

Frederic, Frederick, duke of Urbino. See Ubaldi.

Frende alias Sheppherd, Thomas, a parishioner of Dennington, petition and appeal of, 799.

Frensch, Thomas, vicar, called chaplain, of Icklesham, dispensation to, 807.

Frense, John, rector of the hospital of St. Peter without Risby Gate, Bury St. Edmunds, dispensation to, 396.

Fresel, John, to be archdeacon of Aberdeen, 84.

-, John, to be vicar of Collessie, 649.

-, John, to be vicar of Dunbarny, 83.

-, Frasel, John, to be a canon of St. Salvator, St. Andrews, and prebendary of Lasswade, 172.

-, -, resignation of, 108.

-, John, a claimant to the precentorship of Morary, 763.

Freshford (or Aghoure), Aghouor, [co. Kilkenny], a prebend in St. Canice, Kilkenny, 146.

Fridel, John, pension for, 914.

Frilsnape. See Fulsnape, Catherine.

Frome, John, a monk of Beaulieu, dispensation to, 708.

-, Nicholas, late abbot of Glastonbury, 291 (bis).

Forme Selwood, Frome, [co. Somerset], vicarage of, 838.

-, See also Keyford.

Frome Whitfield, Frome Whitsell, [in Dorchester, co. Dorset], chapel of, a benefice without cure, 530.

Frost, Robert, rector of Thornhill, dispensation to, 844.

Froster. See Forster, Robert.

Frowcetur, William, to be a notary public, 514.

Fryer, William. See Winchestour.

Fuches, John, late preceptor of Leith, 48, 87.

Fuerty, Fidarta, Figarth, Figorta, Fygurth alias de Killeconmota, [co. Roscommon,] a prebend in Elphin, 94.

-, a prebend (with Kilcomnata) in Elphin, 534, 758.

-, vicarage of, 413.

Fuit. See White, Nicholas, a canon of Ossory.

Fulat, William, vicar of Kilmalcolm, dispensation to, 566.

Fulgineum . See Foligno.

Fuller, John, vicar of Westham, dispensation to, 417.

-, Thomas, notary public, 874.

-, Walter, to be a notary public, 473.

Fulsnape, Frilsnape, Catherine, of Hadleigh, party to a matrimonial suit, 570.

Furanmor. See Oranmore.

Furgio , abbey de. See Clare.

Furmaigy. See Urney, cos. Donegal and Tyrone.

Furness, Fonones, Furnes, [co. Lancaster,] Cistercian abbey of St. Mary, Laurence abbot of, indult to, 900.

-, -, Laurence abbot and the convent of, statute for, 909.

Furoanmor. See Oranmore.

Fuych. See White, John, archdeacon of Cloyne.

Fuyer. See Wheery.

Fuysymun. See FitzSimon, Christopher and Edmund.

Fuyt. See White, Denis and John, a canon of Cloyne.

Fvoaymuor (recte Furanmuor). See Oranmore.

Fwyth. See White, Nicholas, a canon of Ossory.

Fych. See Fysh.

Fydwn. See Fiddown.

Fyecail. See Feakle.

Fygurth alias de Killeconmota. See Fuerty.

Fymbarri , abbey de Antro. See Cork, Gill Abbey.

Fynaboren[sis], Fynnaboren[sis], Fynobaren[sis], Fynoburen[sis]. See Kilfenora.

Fyny[n]gley, Fynyngliey. See Finningley.

Fyrkearan (recte Syrkearan). See Seirkieran.

Fyschwye. See Fishwick.

Fysh, Fych, John, rector of Herbrandston, resignation of, 21, 35.

FysMorys. See FitzMaurice, John, dean of Ardfert.

Fyssher. See Fisher, Thomas.

Fyssionrum (? recte Fyssmoris). See FitzMaurice, John, vicar of Dysert.

Fystmoris. See FitzMaurice, Edmund, dean of Ardfert.

Fythhugh. See Fitzhugh.

FytzEustace. See FitzEustace.

Fytzherbe[r]t. See Fitzlerbert, William.

Fytzhugh. See Fitzhugh.

Fytzmorice, Fytzmoris, FytzMorys. See FitzMaurice.

FytzSymonde. See FitzSimon, Walter.

Fyzmoris. See FitzMaurice, Redmond.

G

Gacen[sis], written in error for Bathonien[sis] (i.e. Bath), 176.

Gaduci, John, dispensation to, 893.

Gainford, Gamdford, Gayford, Gaynford, [co. Durham], vicarage of, 448, 469.

Galbally, Gallavalyaharlach, Galuavalyaharlach, [in the deanery of Aherlagh, co. Limerick], rectory of, 439.

-, Donald Macbreyn rector of, 453.

Galbiat[e]. See Galliate.

Galbooly, Galwoley, [co. Tipperary], rectory of, leased, 100.

Galbraith, Galbrath, William, de facto a canon and succentor of Moray, 77.

-, Galbrath, William, a monk of Kinloss, about to have provision to that abbey, absolution of, 791.

-, -, a monk of Kinloss, to be abbot of the same, 720.

-, -, faculty for the blessing of, 720.

-, -, oath of fealty, etc. of, 720.

Galesbery (recte Salisbury), lords (sic) of. See Nevill, Sir Richard.

Galeys, John, abbot of Tewkesbury, grant to, 367.

Galin. See Gallen.

Gallavalyaharlach. See Galbally.

Gallen, Galin, [King's county], Augustinian priory, prior of, papal mandatary, 521.

Galleriati , F., 337.

Galliate, Galbiat[e], [Novara, Italy], parish church of St. John the Baptist or Evangelist, 136.

Galloon, Gobluyn, [co. Fermanagh], parish church of St. Congallus, or the plebs of Dartry, vicarage of, 152.

Galloway, Galuidien[sis], (i.e. Whiteherne, q.v.,) bishop of, papal mandatary, 169.

Galston, [co. Ayr], vicarage of, 346, 347.

Galuavalyaharlach. See Galbally.

Galuia . See Galway.

Galuidien[sis]. See Galloway.

Galway, Galuia, Galuie, Galwei, Galwey, Galwie, Gayluia, [co. Galway], parish church of St. Nicholas, vicarage of, 90, 94, 672, 673.

-, chapel of St. Mary without the walls of, 94.

-, imprisonment in, 153.

-, Friars Minors’ house, brother of. See O'Higgins, Malachy.

-, See also Silvia.

Galwoley. See Galbooly.

Gamage, Joan, wife of John Gwyn and godmother of the daughter of John Gwyn, dispensation for, 417.

Gamdford. See Gainford.

Gamlingay, Gamlyngay, [co. Cambridge], rectory of, 540.

Gandal. See Kendall.

Gandifer, in the diocese of Norwich, 847.

Gant. See Ghent.

Garden, Gardin, Gardon, Gardyn, John, vicar of Kirriemuir, charges against, 843.

-, -, to be also archdeacon of Moray, 459.

-, -, a litigant for the archdeaconry of Moray, 702.

-, -, proctor of. See Boys, Giles.

Gardiner, Gardyner, Thomas, rector of Great Welnetham, dispensation to, 586.

-, William, sometime vicar of Sprouston, and a litigant for the same, 67.

Gardyn. See Garden.

Gardyner. See Gardiner, Thomas.

Gareforth, Thomas, a monk of Kiakstead, dispensation to, 814.

Garendon, de Gar[en]dona, [co. Leicester,] Cistercian abbey of St. Mary, monk of. See Ketylbe, William.

Gargrave, [co. York], vicarage of, 706.

Garilliati , Garriliati, A., 298 (bis), 378, 835.

-, Nicholaus, 302 and passim to 774, 809, 840, 842, 856.

-, -, alterations initialled by, 366 note, 385 note, 465 note, 494 note, 618 note.

-, -, a canon of Geneva, papal mandatary, 354.

-, -, a canon of Lausanne, 607 note, 745 note.

-, -, papal mandatary, 765, 766.

Garnet, Robert, rector of Hooke, dispensation to, 808.

Garranekinnefeake, Rabarra, Rathbarre, [co. Cork,] rectory of, 831.

-, vicarage of, 189.

Garriboy. See Garryvoe.

Garriliati . See Garilliati, A.

Garryvoe, Garriboy, [co. Cork], rectory of, 831.

Garside, Gartside, Ralph, dispensation to, 493.

-, -, rector of St. Andrew, Holborn, dispensation to, 635.

Gascony, Vasconia, Castillon in, 241.

-, intimidation in, 242.

Gase, Richard, and others, grant to, confirmed, 781.

-, -, petition of, 781.

-, William, of Thaxted, and others, grant to, confirmed, 781.

-, -, petition of, 781.

Gaufridi, John, prior of St. Mary's, Isle, collation afresh of that priory to, 168.

Gaul, provinces of, legate a latere to. See Ruvere, Julian de, cardinal bishop of Sabina.

Gayford. See Gainford.

Gayluia . See Galway.

Gaynford. See Gainford.

Gdanezk. See Danzig.

Geashill, Gessyleyt alias Rylleye, [King's county], vicarage of, 365, 366.

-, Killeigh in, q.v.

Gebenen[sis]. See Geneva.

Geddescoue. See Godstow.

Gedding, Geddyng, [co. Suffolk] Robert Chamberleyn lord of, 158.

Gedling, [co. Nottingham], parish church of All Saints, second portion of the rectory of, 591.

Gedney, [co. Lincoln], rectory of, 515.

Gedney, Thomas, to be a notary public, 647.

-, alias Writh, John, a monk of Crowland, dispensation to, 633.

Gedriortht, Geduart, Geduorde, Geduort. See Jedburgh.

Geldeford’, Peter de, chaplain of John Peckham, archbishop of Canterbury, collated to the provostship of Wingham, 115.

Geli, Richard, rector of Llansaintfraed and of Hubberston, dispensation to, 499.

Geneva, Gebenen[sis], [Switzerland], canon of. See Garilliati, Nicholas.

Genoa, Januen[sis], [Italy], master Prosper Camulius de Medicis of, 207, 213.

Geoffrey ap Grono alias Gregor, absolution of, 279, 280.

-, brother of. See Lewis ap Grono.

-, mother and sister of, 279.

-, petition of, 279.

Gent, John, rector of Brompton Ralph, dispensation to, 335.

Geoei (?), William, petition of, 540.

George, Thomas, rector of Warehorne, dispensation to, 445.

Gerald son of the White Knight, a canon of Cloyne, papal mandatary, 174.

Geraldinis, David son of John, Mac-Shayn, Macmacsayn, de, 250.

-, -, Elina his wife, 251.

-, David son of John or John Dubyly de, vicar of Clonagh, to be received as an Augustinian canon of Rathkeale and to be prior of the same, 439.

-, -, oath of fealty of, 439.

-, -, a Friar Minor of Adare, sometime prior of Rathkeale, 716.

-, Edmund son of John de, 250.

-, Geraldine, Edmund son of William de, grant of the fruits of a certain town to, 908.

-, -, parceller of Ballyrobin, to be also vicar of Kilmacdonogh and Inch, 817, 818.

-, Geraldinis, Evelina de, dispensed to marry, 890.

-, Gerald or Gerald son of Gerald de, dean of Lismore, resignation of, 119, 182.

-, -, proctor of. See O'Hennessy, Nicholas.

-, -, to be dean of Lismore and vicar of Kilronan, 403.

-, -, vicar of Kilronan, proctor of James son of Philip de Geraldinis, 188.

-, -, vicar of Kilronan, sometime dean of Lismore, to be dean of Cloyne with the vicarage of Kilmahon united thereto, and to be abbot commendatary of Fermoy, 189.

-, Gerald son of Gerald, Geraldi de, archdeacon of Limerick, charges against, 140. See also Macruicsayn.

-, Gerard son of John de, 250.

-, James son of John de, 250.

-, James son of Philip de, James FitzPhilip FitzGerald, James Philippi, dean of Cloyne, proctor of. See Geraldinis, Gerald de.

-, -, resignation of, 188.

-, -, to be also rector of Monagay, 809.

-, -, rector of Monagay and dean of Cloyne, to be dean of Lismore, 182, 183.

-, John de, the knight of Kerry, 250.

-, -, sons of, 250.

-, -, Helena his wife, 251.

-, -, site at Glanworth given to the Friars Preachers by, 433.

-, John de, prior of Killagh, charges against, 175, 176.

-, Geraldine, John son of Edmund de, grant of the fruits of a certain town to, 908.

- -, to be a canon of Cloyne and prebendary of Kilmacdonogh, 719.

-, John son of Maurice de, Fizmoris, Maymoris (i.e. Macmoris), a canon of Cloyne, papal mandatary, 404, 553.

-, -, to have a farm of certain benefices, 186.

-, Giraldinis, Maurice son of Gerald de, to be a canon of Lismore and prebendary of Kilrossanty, 719.

-, -, a canon and prebendary of Lismore, to be treasurer of Lismore, 764.

-, Maurice son of John de, 250.

-, -, John his wife, 251.

-, Nicholas son of John de, 250.

-, Richard son of John de, 250.

-, Thomas de, to be chancellor of Limerick, 45.

-, -, a litigant for the chancellorship of Limerick, 454.

-, Thomas son of Gerald, Geraldi, Giraldi de, a canon of Limerick, papal mandatary, 89.

-, -, commissary of Thomas Arthur, bishop of Limerick, sentence of, 452.

-, -, a canon of Limerick and prebendary of Ardcanny, to be vicar of Robertstown and to have the vicarage of Shanagolden united to his prebend, 86, 87.

-, Thomas son of John de, a canon of Ardfert, papal mandatary, 440, 453.

Gerardinis. See Geraldinis, Evelina de.

Gereponte , abbey de. See Jerpoint.

Gerona , Jo[hannes] de, master John, 433 (bis) and passim to 817, 843, 848, 849 (bis).

-, -, addition made by, 617 note.

-, -, corrections initialled by, 409 note, 515 note, 582 note, 587 notes (bis), 638 note, 645 note, 736 note.

-, -, collection made by, 503 note.

-, -, a scriptor and member of the pope's household, decree for, 242.

-, -, extension of grace for, 243 note.

Gersey. See Jersey.

Gessyleyt alias Rylleye. See Geashill.

Gethyn, Thomas, a canon of Abergwili, lord of ‘Le Parsons Place,' indult to, 550.

Ghaunt, William, notary public, proctor of lady Anno Raynesford, 692.

Ghent, Gant, [now Belgium], Benedictine abbey of St. Peter, abbot and convent of, benefice in the gift of, 222 note.

-, town of, bound to a treaty, 229.

Ghiuelde. See Ghyvelde.

G…htred, George, rector of Stokesley, dispensation to, 408.

Ghualbis, Ferrarius son of Nicholas de, a canon of Barcelona, papal mandatary, 456 (bis).

Ghyvelde, Ghiuelde, [Nord, France], late rector of. See Buri, Peter de.

Gibraltar, Marrok, strait of, 227.

Gibson, Gybbysson, John, rector of Beechamwell All Saints, dispensation to, 827.

-, Gybson, William, of Leicester, notary public, witness, 693.

Gidding, Steeple, Stepul Gydyng, [co. Huntingdon], rectory of, 710.

Giglis, Giliis, Gilis, master John de, papal sub-deacon and nuncio, to be collector of the Camera in England, 208.

-, -, a papal subdeacon, nuncio and collector of the papal Camera in England, faculties to, 197, 199, 200, 201.

-, -, nuncio etc. in England, Wales and Ireland, faculty to, 199.

-, -, nuncio and commissary of the pope in Wales, faculties to, 198, 199.

-, -, collector of the Camera in England, seal of, 263.

-, -, prior of the collegiate church of St. Alexander, Lucca, papal nuncio in England and Ireland, faculties of, restored, 281, 282.

-, -, a canon of St. Paul's, London, papal mandatary, 705, 859.

Gilbardi, Thomas, a Carmelite friar, dispensation to, 217.

Gilbert, John, vicar of St. Michael, Coventry, dispensation to, 807.

-, Edmund, dispensation to, 901.

-, Gylberte, Gyliberte, Thomas, indult to, 381.

Gilden Norton. See Norton, co. Suffolk.

Giles, Robert, party to a matrimonial suit, 676.

-, Gyles, Thomas, prior of Dunstable, dispensation to, 325.

Giliis, Gilis. See Giglis, John de.

Gillingham, Gyllyngham, Gyllynghin, [co. Kent], vicarage of, 745, 822.

Gillowel, Henry, dispensation to, 899.

Gilsland, Gillisland, [co. Cumberland], Humphrey [Dacre,] lord of the barony of Dacre and, 847.

Gipp[i]wicum, Gipwicum. See Ipswich.

Giraldi, Thomas. See Geraldinis, Thomas son of Gerald de.

Giraldinis. See Geraldinis, Maurice son of Gerald de.

Girgenti, Aggrigentin[us], Agrigentin[us], Agrigento, [Sicily], bishop of, papal mandatary, 119, 139, 167, 181, 192, 445, 516, 542, 543, 553, 771, 843.

-, -, oath to be taken to, 150.

-, John bishop of. See de Cardellis.

Girton, John, dispensation to, 869.

Glaffurd, Glafurd, Glalfurd (recte) Glasfurd. See Glassford.

Glamis, Glames, Glammis, [co. Forfar], vicarage of, 24.

-, temporal lord of, benefice in the patronage of, 166.

-, Alexander temporal lord of. See Lyon.

Glandaten[sis]. See Glandêves.

Glandebacen[sis]. See Glendalough.

Glandèves, Glandaten[sis], [com. Entrevaux, Basses-Alpes, France], bishop of, papal mandatary, 197 note.

-, Marianus bishop of. See de Qualeatis.

Glanmakee, Templum novum alias Glennmuyki, [in Knockane, co. Kerry], vicarage of, 122.

Glanworth, Gleannuyr, Glennyr’, [co. Cork], vicarage of, 855, 856.

-, licence to build a Friars Preachers’ monastery at, 433.

Glascarrig, Glassarg, [in Donaghmore parish, co. Wexford], Benedictine abbey of St. Mary, monk of. See Oduffryn, Dermit.

Glaschro (recte Glaschre). See Glashare.

Glasconia . See Glastonbury.

Glasgow, Glasguen[sis], [co. Lanark], bishop of, benefices in the gift of, 256, 468, 800.

-, -, bound to discharge certain debts, 182.

-, -, church founded by licence of, and erected into a parish church by, 490.

-, -, confirmation or provision by, 168.

-, -, dispensations granted by, 31, 296.

-, -, election confirmed by, 750.

-, -, institution by, 296.

-, -, oath to be taken to, 556.

-, -, papal mandatary, 14, 29, 43, 169, 222, 237, 288, 332, 348, 461, 506, 556, 594, 817, 840, 857.

-, -, presentation made to, 37.

-, -, rights of, saved, 519.

-, -, vicar in spirituals of. See Elphinstone, William.

-, Andrew bishop of. See de Durisder.

-, Constantine (sic) bishop of, pension to, 868.

-, John bishop of. See Laing.

-, Julian (recte John) bishop of. See Laing.

-, Robert bishop of. See Blackader.

-, William bishop of. See de Bondington.

-, vacancy in the see of, 157, 405.

-, bishop and chapter of, benefice in the gift of, 224.

-, dean of, papal mandatary, 24, 42, 43, 48, 87, 97, 142, 172, 332, 340, 355, 567, 609, 809, 834.

-, James dean of. See Lindsay.

-, Thomas dean of. See Vaus.

-, dean and chapter of, benefice in the gift of, 256.

-, -, an expert in music to be chosen as choirmaster by, 628.

-, -, petition of, 628.

-, -, sede vacante, presentation made to, and refusal of, to institute, 157.

-, archdeacon of, papal mandatary, 43, 118, 172, 322, 492, 531.

-, Gilbert archdeacon of. See de Rerick.

-, chancellor of, papal mandatary, 27, 284.

-, Martin chancellor of. See Vaus.

-, official of, papal mandatary, 24, 31, 33, 35, 38, 41, 54, 55, 118, 172, 197, 223, 224, 256, 296, 347, 354, 360, 492, 756, 794, 817, 849.

-, -, oath to be taken to, 150,

-, -, testamentary suit before, 597.

-, -, sentence of, 597.

-, William official of. See Elphinstone.

-, precentor of, papal mandatary, 71, 172, 322.

-, John precentor of. See Crichton.

-, sub-dean of, income derived from the rectory of Cadder by, 276.

-, -, inhibition to, 276.

-, Andrew sometime subdean of. See Stewart.

-, Archibald sub-dean of. See Whitelaw.

-, subdeanery of, pension on, 118.

-, -, voidance of, 817.

-, -, decree of voidance of, 818.

-, succentor of, rules for residence of, absolution from, 628.

-, David succentor of. See Purde.

-, succentorship of, erection of, 628.

-, treasurer of, papal mandatary, 83 (bis), 552, 649.

-, dignity of, mandate for provision of a, 664, 665.

-, canons of. See Achleck, William; Blackader, Robert; Boswel, Robert; Brown, James; Bulle, Duncan; Bunch, Duncan; Colquhoun, Robert; Glendonyng, William; Gordon, Adam; Howston, Robert; Inglis, James; Levingston, David; Liche, Patrick; Montgomery, Thomas; Murhede. Vedastus; Penwen, Thomas; Rate, Alexander; Ross, Nicholas; Roul, Patrick; Ruch, John; Sinclair, John; Spens, David; Stewart, Andrew; Sympil, William.

-, de facto canon of. See Lithon, David.

-, canons provided of. See Levingston, James; Liel, Andrew; Ross, Nicholas.

-, litigants for a canonry in. See Achleck, William; Boswel, Robert; Spens, David.

-, canonry and prebend of, mandate for provision of, 664, 665.

-, chapter of, benefices in the gift of, 801.

-, -, consent of, to an absolution, 628.

-, -, consent of, to the erection of a prebend into a dignity, 628.

-, -, official deputed by (sede vacante), 405.

-, -, papal letters to, 825.

-, -, petition of, 704.

-, prebend in, 883.

-, prebends in. See Cardross; Durisdeer; Killearn; Renfrew.

-, capitular mensa of, union of the rectory of Lilliesleaf to, 704.

-, church of, archdeaconry in. See Teviotdale.

-, -, grant of indulgences to, 47.

-, -, six choir-boys to be maintained and instructed by an expert in music for, 628.

-, -, vassals of, papal letters to, 825.

-, city and diocese of, clergy and people of, papal letters to, 825.

-, diocese of, benefices in, 883, 888, 896, 897 (bis), 903 (bis), 914.

-, -, certain clerks of, 27.

-, -, Methven erroneously described as in, 386.

-, monasteries in, 868, 887 (bis).

-, -, persons of, 15, 28, 31, 37 (bis), 43, 55, 63, 71, 77, 105, 118, 126, 173, 195, 222 (bis), 223, 236, 237 (bis), 296, 318, 319, 332 (ter), 346 (ter), 382 (bis), 386, 402, 405, 427, 459, 483, 506, 542, 545, 558, 627, 733 (bis), 771, 811 (bis), 815, 816, 823, 833, 849, 853, 867, 883, 889, 891, 892, 915.

-, -, places in. See Abbotrule; Aldcathie; Annan; Ayr; Bertramshotts; Bothwell; Cadder; Carmichael; Colvend; Crossraguel; Dryburgh; Dumbarton; Dumfries; Dundonald; Dunlop,; Eastwood; Fail; Galston; Glassford; Hamilton; Holywood; Innerleithen; Jedburgh; Kelso; Kilbarchan; Killallan; Kilmalcolm; Kilwinning; Kirkbean; Kirkintilloch; Kirkmichael; Kirkpatrick-Juxta; Lilliesleaf; Lincluden; Linton, co. Peebles; Melrose; Middlebie; Minto; Newlands; Paisley; Peebles; Renfrew; (county and burgh); Selkirk; Southwick; Sprouston; Stevenston; Stobo; Wamphray.

-, chapel of St. Thomas the Martyr without and near, 382.

-, -, rector of, 382.

-, pension to be paid in, 332.

-, Walter Abernethy of, 594.

Glasgow recte St. Andrews, diocese of, Arbroath in, 820.

-, -, Edinburgh (Holyrood) in, 171.

Glashare, Glaschro, [Queen's county], rectory of, 652, 653.

-, -, houses of, 653.

Glassarg. See Glascarrig.

Glassford, Glaffurd, Glafurd, Glalfurd, [co. Lanark], rectory of, 845.

Glastonbury, Glasconia, Glastonia, Glastonien[sis], Gloustonbury, [co. Somerset], Benedictine abbey of St. Mary, abbot of, papal mandatary, 505, 561, 569, 852.

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

-, -, John late abbot of. See Chinnock.

-, -, Nicholas late abbot of. See Frome.

-, -, abbot and convent of, rectory of Street in the patronage of, 291.

-, -, monk of. See West, John.

-, -, convent of, agreement made by, exemplified, 291–4.

-, -, -, indult to, 571.

-, -, -, litigation of, 291 (bis).

-, -, -, pension payable to, 293.

-, -, -, petitions of, 291, 571.

-, -, -, tithes belonging to, 292 (bis).

-, -, chapter house of, deed dated in, 291.

-, -, churches united to. See Glastonbury, St. John the Baptist; Meare.

-, -, demesne of, 292.

-, parish church of St. John the Baptist, dispute as to the bounds of the parish of, 291, 292.

-, -, tithes belonging to, 292.

-, parish of St. John the Baptist, places in. See Eststretemore; Grovegrove; Sharpham; Weststretemore.

-, fear of disturbance of the peace at, 572.

Glaucester. See Gloucester.

Gleannuyr. See Glanworth.

Glearnaredealle (?) alias Carrithlyayh. See Carrigleigh.

Glenbervie, Clemberwey, [co. Kincardine], a prebend in Brechin, 196 note.

Glencorse, co. Edinburgh. See Pentland.

Glendalough, Glandebacen[sis], [co. Wicklow], Denis bishop of. See White.

-, Michael late bishop of, 744.

-, chapter of, papal letters to, 744.

-, church of, vassals of, papal letters to, 744.

-, city and diocese of, clergy and people of, papal letters to, 744.

Glendonyng, William, a canon of Glasgow, papal mandatary, 531.

Glenlary, Laraglaen, [in Ballingarry, barony of Coshlea, co. Limerick], rectory of the rural [church] of, 478.

Glenmuick, Glenmyck, [co. Aberdeen], rectory of, 58.

Glennmuyki. See Glanmakee.

Glennyr’. See Glanworth.

Glenogra, Glynogro, [co. Limerick], church of, disrepair of, 453.

-, rectory of, farmed, 453.

Gloucester, Glaucester, Glocestria, Gloucestria, [co. Gloucester], archdeacon of, indemnity to, 368.

-, -, papal mandatary, 642.

-, -, pension reserved for, 631.

-, -, prosecution of appropriation before, 368.

-, John archdeacon of. See Segden.

-, archdeaconry of, Deerhurst priory within, 631.

-, Benedictine abbey of St. Peter, monk of. See Brid alias Maysmore, Peter.

-, collegiate church of St. John [sic], abbot [sic] of, papal mandatary, 384.

-, Crutched Friars’ hospital of St. Bartholomew, brother of. See Peryn, Richard.

-, parish church of St. John the Baptist, rectory of, 58, 218.

-, duke of. See Richard.

-, letters dated at, 368.

- See also Lanthony.

Gloucester, county of, manors in, 367.

Gloustonbury. See Glastonbury.

Glover, Alice, unlawful wife of John Walsh, 512.

- Stephen, dispensation to, 886.

Glundagut. See Clondegad.

Glymbrige. See Glenogra.

Gnobeg, Gnobet (rectius Gnobec), [an ancient territory, now forming part of the barony of Moycullen, co. Galway], rectory of the parish churches of, 300.

Gobluyn. See Galloon.

Goday, John, a monk of Coggeshall, dispensation to, 401.

Godde, Robert, vicar of Kingston, dispensation to, 748.

Godewynestone. See Goodnestone.

Godfrey, Alice, wife of John Godfrey, masses for the soul of, 615.

-, -, parents of, 615.

-, Joan, wife of Simon Godfrey, masses for the soul of, 615.

-, -, parents of, 615.

-, John, masses for the soul of, 615.

-, -, parents of, 615.

-, -, wife of. See Godfrey, Alice.

-, Simon, masses for the soul of, 615.

-, -, parents of, 615.

-, -, wife of. See Godfrey, Joan.

Godstow, Goddescoue, Godstowe, [in Wolvercot, co. Oxford], Benedictine nuns’ abbey of SS. Mary and John the Baptist, Alice abbess of, and intruded abbess of. See Nunny.

-, -, Alice late abbess of. See Henley.

-, -, Margaret abbess of, and litigant for. See More.

-, -, abbatissal mensa of, 32.

-, -, Elizabeth prioress of. See Hilton.

-, -, Mary late prioress of. See Brown.

-, -, nuns of, election of abbess by, 32.

-, -, - See also More, Margaret; Nunny, Alice.

-, -, convent of, elections of abbess made by, 431.

-, -, -, election of a prioress by, 633.

Godwyneston’ [Bedwynestone in Monasticon]. See Goodnestone.

Goer, Patrick, rector of Kilbreedymajor and vicar of Bruree, 703.

-, Thomas, a brother of the hospital of St. Thomas Acon, London, dispensation to, 639.

Gogelwys, in the diocese of Elphin, vicarage of, 102.

Goldewel. See Goldwell.

Goldsborough, Coldyburgh, Coldysburgh, [co. York], vicarage of, 493.

Goldsmith, Goldsmyth, John, party to a matrimonial suit, 676.

-, -, wife of. See Brygeman, Joan.

-, Goldsmyth, John de (sic), dispensation to, 883.

-, Goldsmyth, John, rector of Ampthill, dispensation to, 406.

-, Aurifabri alias Goldsmitht, Goldsmyth, John, vicar of Eastwood, dispensation to, 634.

-, -, grant to, 627.

Goldwegge, Thomas, chaplain at the altar of St. Stephen in the cathedral church of Wells, 449.

Goldwell, Goldouullis, James, [bishop-] elect of Norwich, provision of, 871.

-, -, faculty for the consecration of, 871.

-, -, sometime dean of Salisbury, 23.

-, -, bishop of Norwich, appeal from decision of, 727.

-, -, brother of. See Goldwell. Nicholas infra.

-, -, commissary of. See Wly[p]ttrott, John.

-, -, date of provision and consecration of, 23 note.

-, -, institution by, 806.

-, -, presentation made to, and institution made by, 514.

-, -, refusal of, to admit a matrimonial suit, 797.

-, -, sometime dean of Salisbury and orator of Edward IV to the pope, devotion of, to Salisbury cathedral, 469.

-, Goldewel, Nicholas, rector of Worlingworth, brother of James [Goldwell], bishop of Norwich, dispensations to, 280, 417.

Goldwen, John, indult to, 874.

Goldwyn, Soldwyn, William, warden of Winterborne, Monkton and Tintagel, indult to, 272.

Gomerset (sic), duke of. See Beaufort, Henry, duke of Somerset.

Gonzaga, Francis de, cardinal deacon of S. Maria Nuova, cause committed to, 42.

-, -, papal commissary, 593.

Goodd, Thomas, rector of Michfield, dispensation to, 713.

Goodleigh, Gudle, [co. Devon], rectory of, 725.

Goodlok, Thomas, rector of Burrough on the Hill, dispensation to, 713.

Goodnestone, Godewynestone, Godwyneston’, [co. Kent], 114 note.

-, chapel of, portion of, 115, 115 note.

Gordon. Adam, dispensation to, 872.

-, -, indult to, 867.

-, Adam, to be vicar of Culsalmond, 343.

-, -, to be vicar of Tarves, 341.

-, -, a canon of Aberdeen and prebendary of Banchory-Devenick, sometime a canon of Caithness and prebendary of Kildonan, 20.

-, -, to exchange his prebend of Banchory-Devenick for that of Kinkell, 348.

-, -, to be a canon of Ross and prebendary of Contin, 339.

-, -, a canon of Aberdeen and prebendary of Kinkell, to be also a canon of Glasgow and prebendary of Cardross, 795.

-, -, a canon of Glasgow, papal mandatary, 815.

-, -, a canon of Glasgow and prebendary of Cardross and a canon of Aberdeen and prebendary of Kinkell, to be also a canon of Brechin and pensionary prebendary therein, 809.

-, Adam, to be vicar of Stirling, 833.

-, Alexander, to be vicar of Arbirlot, 815.

-, John, indult to, 867.

Gosnore, Richard, of London, pretended executor of Thomas Beleter, 801.

Gosse, Nicholas, a canon of Exeter, papal mandatary, 862.

-, -, chancellor of Exeter and rector of Great Torrington and of North Molton, dispensation to, 747.

Gothyn, Thomas, indult to, 875.

Gounthorp, Thomas, prior of Newstead, dispensation etc. to, 275.

Goupillon, Gouppil, Stephen, a canon of Chartres, papal mandatary, 542, 558.

Gowdeherst, Boludeherst [sic], Richard, an Augustinian canon of Leeds, dispensation to, 750.

-, -, indult to, 745.

-, Robert, prior of Leeds, dispensation to, 751.

Gower, John, witness, 367.

Gowlle, Henry, a monk of St. Albans, dispensation to, 562.

Gowrton, Thomas, vicar of Eyton, dispensation to, 449.

Goxhill, Salsall (sic), [co. York], rectory of, 385.

Grafton, Adam, dispensation to, 884.

Grafton Regis, Grafton, [co. Northampton], parish church of St. Mary, rectory of, 713.

Graham, Nicholas, late provided to the vicarage of Glamis, 24.

-, Patrick, bishop of Brechin, translated to St. Andrews (afterwards) an archiepiscopal see), abbot either of Paisley or Arbroath, afterwards deprived, 873 notes.

-, -, bishop (afterwards archbishop) of St. Andrews, alleged faculty to, 554.

-, -, appropriation made for the lifetime of, 16.

-, -, benefice in the patronage of, 15.

-, -, commission for, 873.

-, -, deprivations made by, 13, 555.

-, -, pension on a monastery for, 873.

-, -, vicar-general of, collation by, 295.

-, -, witness, 15.

-, -, sometime abbot commendatary of Paisley, pension to, confirmed, 17, 18.

-, -, archbishop of St. Andrews, charges against, 61.

-, -, coadjutor to, 227, 555.

-, -, -, appointed by the apostolic see. See Scheves, William.

-, -, deprivation of, 66.

-, -, dispensations granted by, 34, 53, 212.

-, -, erection of St. Giles, Edinburgh, into a collegiate church by, 19, 215.

-, -, excommunicate, 613.

-, -, exemption of Thomas Spens, bishop of Aberdeen, and the clergy of his diocese from the jurisdiction of, 62, 63.

-, -, exemptions annulled for, 214, 215.

-, -, madness of, 555.

-, -, money borrowed by, liability for repayment of, 226, 227.

-, -, pension reserved for, 226.

-, -, petition of, 214.

-, -, subjection of the exempt abbeys of Kelso and Holyrood, and of the exempt collegiate churches of St. Salvator, St. Andrews and St. Giles, Edinburgh, to, 19.

-, -, vicar-general in spirituals of. See Scheves, William.

-, -, vicar-general of. See Scone, John abbot of.

-, -, to be also abbot of Arbroath, 338.

-, -, oath of fealty of, 338.

-, -, abbot commendatary of Arbroath, revocation of grant of the said abbey to, 555, 567.

-, -, appointment of, as papal nuncio to Scotland, 203.

-, -, faculties to, 203 (bis), 205 (quater), 206 (bis).

-, -, safe conduct for him and his retinue, 217.

-, -, nuncio principally to James III, 203.

-, -, appointment of, as papal collector and nuncio in Scotland, 204 (bis).

-, -, appointment of, as nuncio and collector-general of the Camera in Scotland, 205.

-, -, sub-collectors to be appointed by, 205.

-, -, papal nuncio and legate de latere, provision made by, 84.

-, -, revocation of appointment of, as papal nuncio and collector of the papal Camera in Scotland, 38, 39.

-, -, sometime archbishop of St. Andrews, revocation of privileges etc. granted to, 277.

Granard, de Lera alias de Granardo, [co. Longford], Cistercian abbey of St. Mary, William abbot of. See O'Farrell.

Grancete. See Grantchester.

Graney, Granyd, Grayn, [co. Kildare], Augustinian canonesses’ abbey, abbess of, lease of appropriated benefices made by, 831.

-, -, abbess and convent of, citation of, 453.

-, -, -, rectory belonging to. See Tankardstown.

-, -, abbess and nuns (sic) of, farm granted by, 163.

-, -, parish churches united to. See Cloncagh; Rathgoggan; Tankardstown.

Grange of Ballywalter, Waltaitim, [in Ballylinny, co. Antrim], vicarage of, 533.

Grange of Molusk, Maygblysac, [in Templepatrick, co. Antrim], vicarage of, 533.

Granston, Granston’, Granscon’, Thomas, an Augustinian canon of St. Andrews, papal mandatary, 166.

-, -, a member of the pope's household and a commensal of Raphael [Riario], cardinal deacon of St. George in Velabro, provision of, to Jedburgh abbey, 168.

-, -, abbot of Jedburgh, to have possession, 169.

Grantchester, Grancete, [co. Cambridge], rectory of, appropriated to Corpus Christi College, Cambridge, ordinance for the farm of the fruits of, 611, 612.

Grantham, Granthin, Thomas, dispensation to, 876.

Granyd. See Graney.

Grassis, master Anthony de, a papal chaplain and auditor, appeal committed to, 87.

-, -, cause committed to, 31.

-, -, causes before, 542, 811.

-, -, papal mandatary, 319, 763.

-, -, sentences of, 347, 864.

-, -, a canon of Bologna, papal mandatary, 419.

-, -, bishop of Tivoli, residing in the Roman Court and a papal auditor, suit before, 196 note.

Grauen. See Craven.

Gray, Grey, Edmund, patron of Ruthin priory, petition of, 698.

-, Grey, [sir] Edward, lord of Lisle, witness, 689.

-, -, deposition of, 690.

-, Eleanor, party to a matrimonial suit, 398.

-, Grey, Elizabeth, late wife of Robert Graystock, 425.

-, Grey, Henry, knight, litigant, 727.

-, Grey, Humphrey, witness, 693.

-, John, rector of Barking, co. Suffolk, dispensation to, 594.

-, -, rector of Saxlingham, dispensation to, 364.

-, Grey, Margaret, dispensed to marry Robert Graystock, 425.

-, Michael, sometime or late preceptor of Leith, 48, 88.

-, Grey, Thomas, esquire, dispensed to marry, 219, 881.

-, William late bishop of Ely, 657.

Graybaru(n), William, vicar of Holbeach, dispensation to, 405.

Grayn. See Graney.

Graystock, Richard, a kinsman of King Edward IV, dispensation to, 712.

-, Greystokk, Robert, dispensation to, 425.

-, -, first wife of. See Gray, Elizabeth.

-, -, second wife of. See Gray, Margaret.

Grean, Gryan, [co. Limerick], church of, disrepair of, 453.

-, rectory of, farmed, 453.

Great Bowden. See Bowden, Great.

Greatconnell, beate Marie Connallis, du Comnaci (or Comnay), Conall, Connall, Connayl, [co. Kildare], Augustinian priory of St. Mary, prior of, papal mandatary, 419.

-, -, Nicholas prior of. See Tuly.

-, -, prior and convent of, faculty to, 907, 907 note.

-, -, -, rectory belonging to. See Clonagheen.

-, -, canon of. See Obethacan, Odo.

Great Gate of Knockmoy, parish church of. See Abbeyknockmoy.

Great Pedding farm, Peddyngge, Pedyngge, [in Ash, co. Kent], corps of the second priest prebend in Wingham at, 114 note.

-, road to, 114 note.

Green, Grene, John, abbot of Welbeck, father-abbot of Halesowen, obligation confirmed by, 264.

-, Grene, John, vicar of St. Laurence, Romsey, dispensation to, 778, 779.

-, -, indult to, 466.

-, Grene, Simon, an Augustinian canon of Lesnes, dispensation to, 457.

Greenford, Grynford Magna, [co. Middlesex], rectory of, 424.

Greenwich, Grenewyche, [co. Kent], licence to build a house for Friars Minors of the Observance in, 737.

Gregforth, William, dispensation to, 883.

Gregor. See Geoffrey ap Grono.

Gregory X, pope, commission of, 114, 115.

Gregory XI, pope, privileges granted by, 278 note.

Grene. See Green.

Grenewyche. See Greenwich.

Grer, Patrick, de facto a canon of Lismore and prebendary of Dysert, 351.

Gretham, Robert, rector of St. Dionis Backchurch, London, dispensation to, 747.

Greve, Laurence, dispensation to, 905.

-, Richard, dispensation to, 901.

Grey. See Gray.

Greystokk. See Graystock, Robert.

Griffith, David ap. See David ap Griffith.

Griffith, Roger, dispensation to, 885.

Grifo, Leonard, bishop of Gubbio, secretary of Sixtus IV, grant of the deanery of Wells in commendam to, 2.

Grigg, Grigge, Richard, a monk of Sele, consent of, to a union, 1.

-, -, dispensation to, 375.

Grimsby, Great, Great (Magna) Grymesby, [co. Lincoln], parish church of St. James, vicarage of, 726.

Gristwyk. See Bristwyk.

Grono, Geoffrey ap. See Geoffrey ap Grono.

-, Lewis ap. See Lewis ap Grono.

Grove, Groue, Adam, chaplain in the parish church of Chalfont St. Peter, dispensation to, 637.

Grovegrove (sic) [in parish of St. John the Baptist, Glastonbury, co. Somerset], tithes of, 292.

Grub, in the diocese of Norwich, 847.

Grucys, William, dispensation to, 885.

Gryan. See Grean.

Gryme, Robert, rector of Brantham, with the chapel of East Bergholt annexed thereto, dispensation to, 526.

Grymesby, Great (Magna). See Grimsby, Great.

Grymesby, William, of Lubbesthorpe, witness, 689.

-, -, deposition of, 690.

Grymestan[e], John, dispensation to, 316.

Grymston, Robert, vicar of St. Martin, Stamford, dispensation to, 713.

Gryndon, Hugh, vicar of St. Michael, Appleby, dispensation to, 637.

Grynford Magna. See Greenford.

Grysley, [sir] John, of Drakelow, witness, 689.

-, -, deposition of, 690.

Gryu (? recte Gryn), John, indult for, 873.

Guarnetis, Nicholas Jacobi de, of Ferms, a member of the household of Sixtus IV, safe-conduct for, 278.

Gubbe, John, dispensation to, 888.

Gubbio, [Perugia, Italy], bishop of, papal mandatary, 33.

-, Leonard bishop of. See Grifo.

Gudle. See Goodleigh.

Gudman, Robert, petition of, 466.

-, -, absolution etc. for, 467.

Guérande, de Gueirandia, Guerrania, Sancti Albani de Gueerandia, [Loire-Inférieure, France], collegiate church of St. Aubin, provost of, papal mandatary, 97, 665.

-, John Prioris of, 552.

Guernsey, Guernesey, Guernessey, [Channel Islands], Benedictine priory of St. Michael, Thomas prior of. See Preston.

-, inhabitants of, petition of, 258.

-, St. Peter's Port in, q.v.

Guerrania . See Guérande.

Guhit, Alice, dispensed to marry, 891.

Guil(lelmi), Philip, de facto a canon of Cork and prebendary of the Holy Trinity, Cork, 144.

Guillen, Yvo, a canon of St. Malo and a papal acolyte, provision of, to the see of Dromore, 83.

-, -, [bishop-]elect of Dromore, dispensation to, 105.

-, -, bishop of Dromore, death of, 826.

Guînes, Guynes, [Pas - de Calais, France], castle of, 231.

-, parish church of St. Peter, rectory of, 585.

Gunthorp, John, dean of Wells, almoner of Edward IV, absolution of, from oaths in regard to residence, 486.

-, -, indult to, 445.

Gurnell, Thomas, vicar in the collegiate church of St. Mary, Southwell, dispensation to, 582.

Gutere. See Guthrie, Alexander, late vicar of Coull.

Guthrie, Guthre, [co. Forfar], parish church of, sometime a prebend of Brechin, erected into a collegiate church, 137, 138.

-, -, patronage of, 137, 138.

-, -, endowment of provostship and canonries in, 138.

-, -, institution of a vicarage in, 137.

-, -, David provost of. See Guthrie.

-, -, provosts of, to obtain provisions from the apostolic see, 138.

-, -, provostship of, patronage of, 816.

-, -, canonries and prebends in, 816.

-, temporal lord of, 816.

-, -, rectory of Kirkbuddo in the patronage of, 137.

-, - See also Guthrie, Alexander; Guthrie, David.

- See also Kirkbuddo.

Guthrie, Alexander, lord of Guthrie, father of. See Guthrie, David.

-, -, petition of, 137, 138.

-, -, presentation by, 817.

-, Gutere, Alexander, late vicar of Coull, 12.

-, Guthre, Alexander, sometime vicar of Auchterhouse, 31.

-, David, lord of Guthrie, preparations for the erection of the parish church of Guthrie into a collegiate church, made by, 137, 138.

-, Guthre, David, a canon and prebendary of Aberdeen, to be also provost of Guthrie, 816–7.

-, Guthry, James, sometime abbot of Kinloss, 720.

-, Cutre, Guthre, Richard, abbot of Arbroath, provision of, 42, 593.

-, -, sometime a monk of Arbroath, death of, 13, 14, 554.

Guynes. See Guînes.

Gwollad, John, to be vicar of Currie, 857.

Gwyn, John, daughter of, 417.

-, -, dispensation for, 417.

-, -, first wife of, 417.

-, -, second wife of. See Gamage, Joan.

Gyan, William, rector of Tockington, litigant concerning certain tithes, 289.

Gybbenes, William, rector of White Roding, dispensation to, 748.

Gybbysson. See Gibson, John.

Gybson. See Gibson, William.

Gydding, William, vicar of Wantage, sometime rector of Winfrith Newburgh, rehabilitation etc. of, 600.

-, -, solicitor at the Roman Court employed by, 600.

Gyenenes, Peter de, a canon of Avila, papal mandatary, 108.

Gyfford, Alexander, rector of Newlands, dispensation to, 470.

-, Gyffart, Thomas, late vicar of Culsalmond, 343.

Gylberte. See Gilbert, Thomas.

Gylden Norton. See Norton, co. Suffolk.

Gyles. See Giles, Thomas.

Gyliberte. See Gilbert, Thomas.

Gyllowe, Henry, rector of Houghton le Spring and Workington, dispensation to, 570.

Gyllyngham, Gyllynghin. See Gillingham.

Gyngattston. See Ingatestone.

Gyse, John, dispensed to remain in his marriage, 277.

-, Eleanor his first wife, 277.

-, wife of. See Berkeley, Anne.


Footnotes

1Not in the Complete Peerage.