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'Index of Persons and Places: L', Calendar of Papal Registers Relating to Great Britain and Ireland, Volume 13: 1471-1484 (1955), pp. 1062-1081. URL: http://british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=105219 Date accessed: 28 July 2014.


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La Berthon’, See Wingham Barton.

Lacayl, land de. See Lecale.

Lackagh, Lechachaolie, [co. Galway], a prebend (with Balecula) in Annaghdown, 153.

-, vicarage of, 153.

la Dale in Parco Stanlay, abbey of. See Dale Abbey.

Ladeystaffre. See Lowestoft.

Ladykirk, co. Berwick. See Wester Upsetlington.

Lagharu (recte Lagharn), Richard, dispensation to, 891.

la Grene, in the diocese of Ely, chantry of, 446.

Lailymy, in the diocese of Killaloe, parish church of (with four other parish churches), rectory of, 609.

Laing, Layny, Archibald, dispensation to, 906.

-, Lang, Layng, John, vicar of Linlithgow, treasurer of James III, dispensation to, 300.

-, -, [bishop-]elect of Glasgow, provision, consecration and absolution of, 884.

-, -, [bishop-]elect of Glasgow, sometime vicar of Linlithgow, 355, 355 note.

-, -, bishop of Glasgow, absolution from rule of residence granted by, 628.

-, -, faculties to, 465, 468, 800, 801.

-, -, indult to, not to be bound to visit Rome in person, 468.

-, -, petitions of, 628, 800.

-, -, public instrument of, 628.

-, -, resignation made to, 794.

-, -, service of, 79.

-, -, death of, 825.

Lake, Richard, vicar of Brading, dispensation to, 336, 337.

Lam. See Lambe.

Lambard, William, dispensation to, 905.

Lambart. See Lambert, William.

Lambe, Lam, Lanibs, Richard, a monk of Melrose, intruded abbot of the same, 14.

-, -, a monk of Melrose, about to be provided to that abbey, absolution for, 373.

-, -, to be abbot of Melrose, 29, 887.

-, -, blessing of, 887.

-, -, abbot of Melrose, sometime a monk of the same, petition of, 749.

-, -, father-abbot of Newbattle, election confirmed by, 656.

-, -, aged and a leper, coadjutor appointed for, 150.

-, -, mandate to, 150.

Lamberhurst, co. Sussex. See Bayham.

Lambert alias Schore, Elizabeth, of London, party to a matrimonial suit, 488.

-, -, husband of. See Schore, William.

-, -, Lambart, William, vicar of Gainford and warden of Staindrop, dispensation to (unfinished), 469.

-, -, indult to, 448.

Lamles (recte Laules), See Lawless, Patrick.

Lamyn, William, dispensation to, 884.

Lanarmon. See Llanarmon Dyffryn Ceiriog.

Lanbevery. See Lanlivery.

Lanc. See Lane.

Lancaster, duchy of, grant under the seal of, 707.

Landauen [sis], Landaven[sis], See Llandaff.

Lane, Lanc, John, dispensation to, 889.

-, John, vicar of Kidlington, dispensation to, 709.

Lanedy, John, late vicar of Borthwick, 295.

Lanfus. See Laufas.

Lang, James, a citizen of Limerick, a litigant concerning the payment of a yearly rent, 500–502.

-, -, petition of, 500.

-, John, bishop of Glasgow. See Laing.

-, Richard, bishop of Kildare. See Long.

Langbredy. See Longbredy.

Langdon, Reynald, of London, relict and executrix of. See Hayford alias Langdon, Joan.

-, -, suit concerning the testament of, 560.

-, William, of London, brother of Reynald Langdon, litigant, 560.

Langham, [? Langham Parva, now in Cocklhorpe, co. Norfolk, or Langham, co. Suffolk], parish church of St. John the Baptist (sic), rectory of, 800.

Langh[a]m, Robert, one of the executors of the testament of William at Wade, appeal of, 860, 861.

Langlee, Nicholas de, grant to, 222 note.

Langley, Thomas, dispensation to, 907.

Langman, Robert, an Augustinian canon of Barlinch, dispensation to, 287.

Langport, Richard, archdeacon of Taunton, indult to, 111.

Langridge, Langryg, [co. Somerset], rectory of, 660.

Langres, Lingonen[sis], [Haute-Marne, France,] possible confusion of, with Lincoln, Lincolnien[sis], 874 note.

Langstrothier, John, late a brother of the Hospital of St. John of Jerusalem in England, debts of, 216.

Langton, [co. Yorks, E.R.], rectory of, 562.

Langton, John, dispensation to, 386.

-, Thomas, union of rectories made for, 901.

-, Thomas, treasurer of Exeter, witness, 693.

-, Thomas, rector of Pembridge, to be bishop of St. Davids, 826.

-, -, [bishop-]elect of St. Davids, absolution of, 911.

-, -, faculty for the consecration of, 827.

-, -, oath of fealty etc. of, 827.

-, -, to retain the rectory of Pembridge, 911, 911 note.

-, Languton, Thomas, rector of Seaham, dispensations to, 347, 899.

-, -, indult to, 548.

-, William, dispensation to, 886.

-, William. See Laughton.

Languissel, Bernard de, cardinal bishop of Porto, ordinance of, 115.

Languton. See Langton, Thomas.

Langvorth. See Longworth.

Lanibs, Richard de (sic). See Lambe, Richard.

Lanlivery, Lanbevery, [co. Cornwall], parish church of St. Brevtta, vicarage of, 337.

Lanthon (i.e. Llanthory Secunda). See Lanthony by Gloucester.

Lanthon’ Prima. See Llanthony Prima.

Lanthony by Gloucester, Lanthon, Lanthon[y], [co. Gloucester], Augustinian priory of St. Mary, Henry prior of. See Dean (or Deane).

-, -, canon of. See Hayward, John.

-, -, union of the priory of St. John the Baptist, in the diocese of St. Davids, to, 912.

Lanzol-Borja, Rodrigo (Roderick) de, cardinal bishop of Albano, vicechancellor of the Roman church, examination for fitness as notary public made by, 474.

-, -, Simon [Vosich] archbishop of Patras acting for, 515 note.

Laon, Laudunen[sis], [Aisne, France], London (Londonien[sis]), a possible mistake for, 793 note.

Laonen [sis] (? recte Laonien[sis] i.e. Killaloe or a mistake for some other diocese), rectory in, 904.

-, written for Laonien[sis], 160 note.

Laonien [sis]. See Killaloe.

-, written in error Launen[sis], 602.

la Puwe, chapel of. See Westminster.

Lapworth, [co. Warwick], rectory of, 335.

Laraglaen. See Glenlary.

Larke, John, rector of Barnham, co. Suffolk, dispensation to, 710.

Larni (i.e. Larne, a district in co. Antrim), parish church of St. Romanus de. See Invermore.

Laschoris, Christopher, sometime prior of Bolton Abbey, 46.

Lascy, Lasey, John, a canon of Wells, papal mandatary, 21, 36.

-, -, a canon of St. Paul's, London (sic), papal mandatary, 448.

-, -, a canon of Wells, wrongly described in a former bull as a canon of St. Paul's, London, 492–3.

Lascuren [sis]. See Lescar.

Lasey. See Lascy.

Lasparre. See Lesparre.

Lasswade, Lassauad, Lasswad, Laswade, Lessuade, Lesuade, Lesuaid, Lesuard, Lesuarde, Leswad, Leswade, [co. Edinburgh], parish church of St. Mary, rectors of. See Abernethy, George; Blackader, Robert.

-, rectory of, 17, 53, 54, 428, 451, 542.

-, -, erected into a prebend of St. Salvator, St. Andrews, 68.

-, a prebend in the collegiate church of St. Salvator, St. Andrews, appropriation of, 107–8.

-, -, collation of, 172.

-, poor hospital of St. Mary of Consolation, or of God and St. Mary the Virgin, near, 68, 70.

-, vicarage of, 339.

- See also Pentland.

Latenner, John, witness, 25.

Latilinuerloche. See Inverlochty.

Latteragh, Leatrach, Letrachonayn, [co. Tipperary], rectory of, 769.

-, -, erected into a prebend of Killaloe, 161, 769.

Lattin, Latyn, [co. Tipperary], a prebend in Emly, 387.

Laudanen [sis].See Llandaff.

Laudania . See Lothian.

Lauder. See Lawder, William.

Lauderdale, Linderdel, Luderdel, Andrew, to be received as a Premonstratensian canon of Dryburgh, 811.

-, -, a Premonstratensian canon of, and provided to the abbey of Dryburgh, sometime vicar of Stirling, 833, 834.

-, -, to be abbot commendatary of Dryburgh, and when received as a canon, to be abbot of the same, 811.

-, -, abbot of Dryburgh, grant to, 914.

-, L[a]uderdal, David, a canon of Moray, papal mandatary, 75.

Laudonia . See Lothian.

Laudre. See Lawder, Robert.

Laudunen [sis]. See Laon.

Laudyr. See Lawder, Robert.

Laufas, Lanfus, Laufus, John, a claimant to a canonry of Aberdeen, 20.

-, -, proctor of, 20.

Laugharne, co. Carmarthen, 891 note.

Laughton, Langton, William, rector of Fakenham, dispensation to, 616.

Lauis. See Laws.

Launen[sis] erroneously written for Laonien[sis], 602.

Laurence ap Eynon, 279.

Laurence, Laurens, James, knight, patron of Warton, presentation by, 855.

-, Robert, to be a notary public, 790.

-, -, form of oath of, 790.

Laurencekirk, Convent, Conuehet, Conuetht, Counuecht, [co. Kincardine], rectory of, 196 note, 197 note, 403, 580.

Laurens. See Laurence, James.

Laurenson, Laurentii, John, inhabitant of Wyboston, petition of, 693.

Lausanne, Lausanen[sis], [Switzerland], canon of. See Garilliati, Nicholas.

Lavenham, Lawehamys, [co. Suffolk], William Jacobi lord of, 379.

Lavvhe. See Law, Thomas.

Lavynder, Richard, rector of Colerne, dispensation to, 572.

Law, Lawe, John, vicar of Gillingham, dispensation to, 745.

-, -, indult to, 822.

-, Robert, appeal of, 875.

-, Robert, vicar of Silkstone, petition of, 608.

-, -, sentence in favour of, confirmed, 608.

-, Lavvhe, Thomas, dispensation to, 898.

-, Lawe, William, rector of St. Mary the Virgin, Withersfield, dispensation to, 556.

Lawder, George, bishop of Argyll, 893 note.

-, Laudre, Laudyr, Robert, lord of Aldcathie, patron of the rectory thereof, 41.

-, -, lord of [the island of] Bass and of the lands of Aldcathie, patron of the rectory of Aldcathie, presentation by, 843.

-, Thomas, bishop of Dunkeld, executor of papal letters, commissary of. See Lech, Thomas.

-, -, grant to, 886.

-, -, proctor of. See Meldrum, David.

-, -, resignation made to and collation made by, 30.

-, -, resignation of, 471, 484.

-, -, a bishop in the universal church, sometime bishop of Dunkeld, pension reserved for, 484.

-, Lauder, William, a canon of Dunkeld, resignation admitted and collation made by, 104.

Lawdonia . See Lothian.

Lawe. See Law.

Lawehamys. See Lavenham.

Lawless, Lamles, Patrick, intruded treasurer of Cork, 393.

-, Lawles, Robert, a brother of the priory of Kilmainham, tithes seized by, 272.

-, Laxles, Thomas, to have a rectory and vicarage in the diocese of Ardfert, 908.

-, Layles, Thomas, to be rector of Kilbreedy-major, 703.

Laws, Lauis, Richard, dispensation to, 909.

Lax, John, late rector of Street, 291 (bis), 292 (bis).

Laxles. See Lawless, Thomas.

Layburn, William, rector of Thornton Dale, dispensation to, 337.

Layles. See Lawless, Thomas.

Layny (? recte Layng), Archibald. See Laing.

la Zouche, William, archbishop of York, appropriation of the rectory of Silkstone to Pontefract priory made by, 608.

Lea, Lega, de Lega, [Queen's co.], vicarage of, 111, 754.

Leac, Leakh, diocese of Ardfert, chapel of, annexed to Anascaul, 175.

Lead, [co. York], chapel of, within the parish of Ryther, neglect to provide a resident priest at, 507.

-, inhabitants of, petition of, 507.

- See also Cocksford.

le Agineche, le Augroche, in the diocese of Cashel, vicarage of, 857.

Leake, Leck, Leek, [co. York, N.R.], rectory of, 58, 218.

Leakh. See Leac.

Leal. See Liel.

Leamcyll. See Longfield.

Leatrach. See Latteragh.

Lecale, de Lacayl, [a barony in co. Down], captain of the land of. See Savage, Patrick.

Lecchelade. See Lechlade.

Leccheworth. See Letchworth.

Lech, Thomas, a canon of Dunkeld, commissary of Thomas Lawder, bishop of Dunkeld, sentence of, 415.

Lechachaolie. See Lackagh.

Lechegere. See Linlithgow.

Lecheman, William, dispensation to, 885.

Lechlade, Lecchelade, [co. Gloucester], Augustinian priory or hospital of St. John the Baptist by the bridge of, William prior of. See Lovell.

Lechworth. See Letchworth.

Leck. See Leak.

Lecke, John, an Augustinian canon of Erdbury, dispensation to, 806.

Leckford, Lekford, [co. Hants], a prebend in the Benedictine nuns’ abbey of St. Mary, Winchester, 22.

Lecklinen [sis]. See Leighlin.

Leckonfield, Lekynfeld, [co. York], rectory of, 338.

Ledes. See Leeds, co. Kent.

Ledes, Robert, an Augustinian canon of Leeds, dispensation to, 752.

-, Ledys alias Petsmyth, William, an Augustinian canon of Leeds and rector of Sampford Peverell, dispensation to, 494.

Ledrye or Leurie (i.e. le Vrie). See Frank of Bruges, the.

Ledys. See Ledes, William; and Leeds, co. York.

Lee, Alexander, rector of St. Nicholas, prior of SS. Mary and Nicholas, Calais, petition of, 448.

-, Thomas, rector of Ewelme, dispensations to, 637, 887.

Leeds, Ledes, [co. Kent], Augustinian prior of SS. Mary and Nicholas, Robert prior of. See Gowdeherst.

-, -, canons of. See Gowdeherst, Richard; Gowdeherst, Robert; Ledes, Robert; Ledes alias Petsmyth, William; Sutton alias Stolond, William.

Leeds, Ledys, [co. York], rectory of, 202.

Leek. See Leake.

Leenes, John. See Coventre alias Leenes.

Lega. See Lea.

Lega , vicarage de, erroneously identified as Leix (p. 754). See Lea.

Legatt, Richard, a parishioner of Dennington, petition and appeal of, 799.

Lege dei , abbey de. See Leix.

Legayn, diocese of Cloyne, parcel of, annexed to the vicarage of Carrigdownane, 595.

Legerwood, Leiarclwode, [co. Berwick], vicarage of, 360.

Leglinen [sis], Legonen[sis]. See Leighlin.

Le Hert alias Lyhert, Walter, bishop of Norwich, institution by, 16.

-, -, vicar-general of, resignation made to, 16, 215.

-, -, late bishop of Norwich, 871 note.

Leiarclwode (recte Leiardwode). See Legerwood.

Leicert, John, dispensation to, 867.

Leicester, Leycestria, [co. Leicester] William archdeacon of. See Chauntre.

-, Augustinian abbey of St. Mary de Pratis, abbot of, papal mandatary, 777.

-, collegiate church of New St. Mary or the New Work, dean and chapter of, grant to, confirmed, 707.

-, -, canon of. See Rawlyns, William.

-, hospital of St. John the Baptist, grant of, 707.

-, William Gibson of, 693.

Leicester, Richard, abbot of Osney, dispensation to, 518.

-, -, and his successors, indult to, 720.

-, -, and the convent of the same, papal letters to, 720.

Leigh, Lygh, [co. Worcester], portion of Kymmynhall in the parish church of, 543.

Leigh, in Twomileborris, co. Tipperary. See Liath-mochaevog.

Leighlin, Lecklinen[sis], Leglinen[sis], Legonen[sis], [co. Carlow] bishop of, papal mandatary, 48, 525.

-, Miles bishop of. See Roche.

-, dean of, papal mandatary, 639, 722.

-, Richard a litigant for the deanery of. See de Burgo alias O'Cane.

-, archdeacon of, papal mandatary, 639.

-, Maurice precentor of. See O'Murray.

-, treasurer of, papal mandatary, 639.

-, canons of. See O'Byrne, Patrick; Ochogle, Malachy; O'Lalor, Donatus; O'Lalor, Fintanus.

-, city and diocese of, intimidation in, 762, 763.

-, diocese of, persons of, 139, 259, 353, 652, 722 (bis).

-, -, places in. See Baltinglass; Carlow; Clonagheen; Clonenagh; Leix; Myshall.

-, -, vicarages in, 896, 897.

Leighlin (recte Dublin), diocese of, places in. See Graney; Timolin.

Leighmoney, Vanys alias Liathmuoyn, [co. Cork], vicarage of, 164.

Leiis, Edmund, to have a rectory in the diocese of Limerick, 908.

Leith, Leych, [co. Edinburgh], Augustinian house, chapel or hospital of St. Anthony, dependent on Saint - Antoine - de - Viennois, Alexander preceptor of. See Haliday.

-, -, Alexander late preceptor of. See Stewart.

-, -, John late preceptor of. See Fuches.

-, -, Michael preceptor of. See Gray.

-, -, litigant for the preceptory of. See Logan, John.

Leitrim, co., southern half of. See Muinter-Eolays.

Leix, de Lege dei, [in Abbeyleix parish, Queen's co.], Cistercian abbey of St. Mary, abbot of, papal mandatary, 259, 436.

-, John sometime de facto abbot of. See Fleming.

-, Maurice de facto abbot of. See O'Lalor.

-, -, Patrick late abbot of. See O'Lalor.

-, William abbot of. See Omorra.

-, father-abbot of. See Baltinglass, abbot of.

-, -, monks of. See Fleming, John; O'Lalor, Maurice; Omorra, William.

le Kent, Pascasius, precentor in the pope's chapel, dispensation to, 631 note.

Lekford. See Leckford.

Lekynfeld. See Leckonfield.

Leleseya. See Lindsey, co. Suffolk.

Le Mans, Cenomanen[sis], Sarthe, France], diocese of, place in. See Château l'Hermitage.

Lemerthon, William, executor of a papal mandate, 31.

le Moore. See Moor Park.

Lemovicen [sis]. See Limoges.

le Nachac, Lenaenach, le Naenhac, le Naenh[a]c, le Nalnach, le Nenach, Lenenach. See Nenagh.

Lenton, [co. Nottingham], Cluniac priory of the Holy Trinity, prior of, papal mandatary, 777.

-, -, Richard prior commendatary of. See Dene.

-, -, administrator of. See Dene, Richard.

-, -, monks of, admission of, 192.

-, -, convent of, petition of, 192.

-, -, patron of. See Richard III.

-, -, ruinous state of, 191.

-, -, exemption of, from Cluny abbey, 191, 192.

-, vicarage of, 814.

Leodien [sis]. See Liège.

-, written in error for Saresburien[sis], 865, 865 note.

Leonen [sis], Leonon[sis]. See St. Polde-Léon.

Le Parsons Place, in the diocese of St. Davids, Thomas Gethyn lord of, 550.

Lepeyate, Philip, subdean of Lincoln and rector of Tadmarton, dispensation to, 728.

Lera alias Granardo, abbey de. See Granard.

Lerida, Ilerden[sis], Illerden[sis], [Spain], precentor of, papal mandatary, 552, 553.

-, Ferrarius precentor of. See Nicolai de Gualbis.

Lermontht, Lermonthi, John, a canon of Orkney, to be vicar of Kinglassie, 329.

Les’, (? Leslie), George, husband of Elizabeth Campbell, 483.

-, -, kinsman of, 483.

Lesbery, Thomas, dispensation to, 614.

Lescar, Lascuren[sis], [Basses-Pyrenées, France], bishop of, papal mandatary, 609.

Lesclosse (? recte Lescrope), John, and his wife, indult to, 867.

Lesheman, Roland, prior of Hexham, dispensation to, 712.

Leslie, Lesle, [co. Aberdeen], vicarage of, 365.

Leslie. See Les’, George.

Lesly, Alexander, of Wardhouse, 611.

-, Andrew, a canon of Moray and prebendary of Kingussie, 611.

-, -, proctor of. See Doles, James.

Lesnes, Liesnes, [in Erith, co. Kent], Augustinian priory of SS. Mary and Thomas the Martyr, canon of. See Green, Simon.

Leson, John, to be a notary public, 647.

Lesparre, Lasparre, [Gironde, France], Florimundus lord of, heirs of, 242.

-, -, money borrowed by, 241.

Lessi. See Lessy.

Lessuade. See Lasswade.

Lessy, Lessi, Richard, a counsellor of Cecily duchess of York, absolution to, 106 (bis).

-, -, vows of, commuted, 102.

-, Richard, a citizen of London, appeal of, 309, 310.

-, -, wife of. See Cokkesson, Agnes.

Lesuade, Lesuaid, Lesuard, Lesuarde, Leswad, Leswade. See Lasswade.

Letrachonayn. See Latteragh.

Letchworth, Leccheworth, Lechworth, [co. Herts], parish church of All Saints, rectory of, 583, 796.

Letheringham, Lotheryngham, [co. Suffolk], Augustinian priory of St. Mary, Robert prior of. See Kenyngull.

Letterluna, Lytirluria, [King's county], vicarage of, 361.

Lettyngdon’. Sed Rettendon.

Letys, James, vicar of Eaton Socon, petition of, 694.

Leuchars, Lucheris, [co. Fife], vicarage of, 378.

Leurie (i.e. le Vrie). See Frank of Bruges, the.

Leuynton. See Levingston, James, a canon of Glasgow.

Levineton. See Levingston, James, bishop of Dunkeld.

Levingston, Lewyngston, David, a canon of Glasgow, papal mandatary, 41.

-, Levineton, Lewinton, Lewyntoun, James, rector of Forteviot and sometime vicar of Innerleithen, 43.

-, -, precentor of Dunkeld, rector of Forteviot and vicar of Innerleithen, sometime treasurer of Dunkeld and vicar of Lasswade, dispensation to, 339.

-, -, dean of Dunkeld, provision of, to the bishopric of Dunkeld, 471.

-, -, faculty for the consecration of, 471.

-, -, oath of fealty of, 471.

-, -, [bishop-]elect of Dunkeld, faculty to, 456.

-, -, pension to be paid by, 484.

-, -, sometime dean of Dunkeld, 43.

-, -, formerly a litigant for the deanery of Dunkeld, 47.

-, -, bishop of Dunkeld, petition of, 785, 786.

-, -, death of, 276.

-, -, late bishop of Dunkeld, 915 note.

-, -, sometime vicar of Innerleithen, 96.

-, -, sometime precentor of Dunkeld, rector of Fortevoit and vicar of Innerleithen, 63.

-, Leuynton, James, provided to a canonry of Glasgow, indult to, 330.

-, Leuynton, William, dispensation to, 883.

Levyngset, John, and Augustinian canon of Old Buckenham, dispensation to, 272.

Levynton. See Levingston, William.

Lewes, Lewys, [co. Sussex], archdeacon of, consent of, to an appropriation, 1.

-, -, customary dues of, 2.

-, -, papal mandatary, 60.

-, Cluniac priory of St. Pancras, Thomas prior of. See Atwell.

-, -, priors of, indult to, 272.

-, -, prior and convent of, petition of, 85.

-, -, convent of, papal letters to, 272, 792.

-, -, exemption of, from the jurisdiction of the abbot of Cluny, 85.

-, -, expense of sending to Cluny at the election of a new prior of, 85.

-, -, founder of, 85.

-, -, grants to, 400 note.

Lewinton. See Levinston, James, bishop of Dunkeld.

Lewis ap Grono, murder of, 279.

Lewis ap Owen, archdeacon of Cardigan, suit against, 496.

le Wyche. See Droitwich.

Lewyngston. See Levingston, David.

Lewyntoun. See Levingston, James, bishop of Dunkeld.

Lewys. See Lewes.

Leycest[er]. See Travers, John.

Leycestria . See Leicester.

Leych (recte Leyth). See Leith.

Leyche, John, sometime a canon of Armagh and prebendary of Clonfeacle, 57.

Leydmoaioc. See Liath-mochaevog.

Leylmane. See Kilmany.

Leylond, Richard, indult to, 907.

Leyuton (? recte Leynton), John, indult to, 873.

Lezayre, parish church of Holy Trinity by Ramsay, [Isle of Man], vicarage of, 324.

Liath mochaevog, Leydmoaioc, [a ruined church in Leigh townland, Twomileborris, co. Tipperary], vicaragè of, 718.

Liathmuoyn. See Leighmoney.

Liche, Patrick, a canon of Glasgow, papal mandatary, 492.

Lichfeld. See Lichfield, Edmund.

Lichfelde. See Lichfield, Richard, a canon of Wells.

Lichfield, Lichefelden[sis], Lichferden[sis], Lychfelden[sis], [co. Stafford,] bishop and diocese of. See Lichfield and Coventry.

-, dean of, gift to, 267, 268.

-, -, to approve the cause of absence of a chantry priest, 265.

-, Thomas dean of. See Heywood.

-, deans of, masses for the souls of, 265, 266, 267.

-, dean and chapter of, annual rents to be paid to, 264.

-, -, chaplain received by, 267.

-, -, consent of, to confirmation of the foundation of a chantry, 266, 269.

-, -, licence of, 268.

-, -, one part of an indented inventory to remain with, 265.

-, -, payments to be made to, 266.

-, -, right of, to collate to the chantry of St. Blaise in Lichfield Cathedral, 265.

-, -, to collate to the chantry at the altar of SS. Saviour and Anne. in Lichfield cathedral, 267.

-, custody of the head of St. Chad, 265.

-, sacrist of, 268.

-, succentor of, 268.

-, -, (with vicars choral) common seal of, 268, 269.

-, William treasurer of. See Fitzherbert.

-, canons of, gift to, 268.

-, -, masses for the souls of, 265, 266, 267.

-, - See also Hales, Edmund; Hethcote, Ralph, Mylly, Thomas.

-, prebend in. See Offley, High.

-, chapter of, consent of, 267.

-, church of, archdeaconry in. See Derby.

-, cathedral church of, altar of the Lord Jesus Christ and St. Anne, indult to persons visiting, 117.

-, -, altar of the Name of Jesus and St. Anne, variant for SS. Saviour and Anne, 268, 268 note.

-, -, altar of St. Blase, indult to persons visiting, 117.

-, -, altar servants of, 268.

-, -, bishop's seat in choir of, 264.

-, -, chantry at the altar of St. Blaise, 264, 265, 266.

-, -, -, chaplain at, appointment, etc. of, 264–6.

-, -, -, -, duties of, 265, 267.

-, -, -, -, payment of, 265, 266.

-, -, -, - See also Hukyns, William.

-, -, -, ornaments and jewels of, 265.

-, -, -, -, inventory of, 265.

-, -, -, statutes made by founder of, 265.

-, -, chantry at the altar of SS. Saviour and Anne, 264, 266, 267, 268.

-, -, -, chaplain of, duties of, 267.

-, -, -, -, payment of, 267.

-, -, -, first chaplain of. See Broedbent, William.

-, -, -, endowment of, 266.

-, -, -, right of collation to, 267.

-, -, choristers of, 268 (bis).

-, -, -, rents for, 269.

-, -, mastership of the fabric, 265.

-, -, statutes of, 265 note.

-, -, vicars choral of, 265, 267, 268 (bis).

-, -, -, rents purchased for, 269.

-, new college in the close of, provost or warden and chaplains, 267.

-, -, -, William Broedbent admitted to fellowship by, 268.

-, -, chaplains of, 266, 267.

-, -, chamber in the close of, 268.

-, chapter library, documents in, 264 note, 268 note, 269.

-, Friars Minors’ house, brethren of, 268.

Lichfield, Lichfeld, Edmund, rector of St. Vedast, London, and of Wimbledon, and a commensal chaplain of Thomas [Bourchier], cardinal priest of St. Ciriac in Thermis, sometime rector of Harbledown, dispensation to, 335.

-, Lichfelde, Richard, a canon of Wells, papal mandatary, 10.

-, Lycheffelden, Richard, chancellor of London, suit before, 705, 706.

-, -, archdeacon of Middlesex, 705 note.

Lichfield and Coventry, bishop of, agreement confirmed by, 267.

-, -, consent of, 267.

-, -, faculty to, 474.

-, -, foundation of a chantry confirmed by, 266, 269.

-, -, institution by, 320.

-, -, oath to be taken to, 523.

-, -, papal mandatary, 101, 190, 220, 404, 505, 523, 692.

-, -, penance etc. imposed by, 503.

-, -, provision by, 319.

-, -, right of collation belonging to, by lapse, 265.

-, -, vow taken before, 835.

-, John bishop of: See Hales.

-, bishops of, masses for the souls of, 265, 266, 267.

-, official of, refusal of, to hear a matrimonial suit, 504.

-, church of, archdeaconry in. See Chester.

-, diocese of, indulgence in, 909.

-, -, persons of, 9, 113, 236, 267, 308, 380, 382, 384, 386, 398, 404 (bis), 466, 474, 485, 493, 503 (4), 524, 627, 635, 648, 690, 693 (4), 694, 698, 835, 866, 871, 872, 872 note, 875, 884, 886, 886 note, 889 (ter), 892, 892 note, 899, 899 note, 901 (bis), 901 note, 902, 902 note, 903, 903 note, 905 (bis), 907 (bis).

-, -, places in. See Arley; Avon Dassett; Balsall; Baschurch; Brereton; Burton; Checkley; Chester (Holy Trinity); Chester (St. Werburgh's); Clungunford; Combermere; Coventry (St. Mary's priory); Cubley; Dale Abbey; Darley; Drakelow; Eccleston; Edgmond; Ellesmere; Erdbury; Fenny Compton; Hanbury; Hawarden; Kenilworth; Kirk Ireton; Lilleshall; Longford, co. Derby; Longford, co. Salop; Manchester; Maxstoke; Newborough; Pentrich; Prees; Radcliffe, co. Lancs.; Shifnal; Shrewsbury (St. Chad's); Shrewsbury (St. Peter's abbey); Stafford; Tamworth; Tilston; Whalley; Winwick; Wolfhampcote; Wolvey.

-, -, place in, incorrectly described as in the diocese of London. See Penkridge.

Lichtkou. See Linlithgow.

Lichton, David, vicar of Logie Durno, dispensation for, 611.

Lickmolassy, Ligmolasy, [co. Galway], vicarage of, 764.

Lèige, Leodien[sis], [now Belgium,] city of, Libertus bishop of Beirut resident in, 457 note.

-, Londonien[sis] possibly a mistake for, 793 note.

Liel, Andrew, to be a canon and succentor of Moray, 77.

-, Leal, Andrew, treasurer of Aberdeen, proctor of Robert Turnbull, 704.

-, -, to be a papal acolyte, 210.

-, -, a papal chaplain, sometime provided to a canonry of Glasgow and the prebend of Cardross, 794.

Liesnes. See Lesnes.

Liester, John, a friar Minor, a collector of the papal Camera in Scotland, 6.

Lille, Insulen[sis], [Nord, France], collegiate church of St. Peter, provost, dean and chapter of, benefice in the gift of, 222 note.

-, -, canon of. See Bauuin, William.

-, -, canon and prebendary of. See Adournes, John.

-, -, prebend in, 793.

Lillescleue. See Lilliesleaf.

Lilleshall, Lillishill, Lillysill, Lylleshull, [co. Salop], Augustinian abbey of St. Mary, abbot of, gift to, 266.

-, -, -, grant by, 267.

-, -, abbot and convent of, rents purchased from, 266.

-, -, -, payments to be made by, 267.

-, -, canons of, gifts to, 266, 267.

-, -, pittancer of, 266, 267.

-, vicarage of, 781.

Lilliesleaf, Lillescleue, [co. Roxburgh], rectory of, united to the capitular mensa of Glasgow, 704.

-, cure of souls of, 704.

Lillishill, Lillysill. See Lilleshall.

Limerick, Liminicen[sis] (sic), Limiricen[sis], [co. Limerick], bishop of, collations by, 123, 421, 703.

-, -, papal mandatary, 21, 44, 123, 144, 350, 372, 451, 482, 525 (bis), 858.

-, -, provision made by, 44.

-, John late bishop of. See Mothel.

-, Thomas bishop of. See Arthur.

-, William bishop of. See Creagh.

-, dean of, papal mandatary, 30, 113, 348, 360, 739, 759.

-, Dermit dean of. See Macmahon.

-, Melerus dean of. See de Burgo.

-, Thomas dean of. See Oronan; and Osannachan.

-, archdeacon of, papal mandatary, 36, 44, 349, 360, 451, 482, 856.

-, Gerald archdeacon of. See O'Mulmochory (1) and (2).

-, Gerald son of Gerald archdeacon of. See de Geraldinis; and Macruicsayn.

-, chancellor of, papal mandatary, 36, 397, 452.

-, Donald alias Denis chancellor of. See Ofaelan.

-, Thomas chancellor of. See de Geraldinis.

-, official of, papal mandatary, 43, 69, 113, 392, 482, 529, 609, 619, 794, 809.

-, precentor of, papal mandatary, 30, 44, 451.

-, Richard precentor of. See Stackpool.

-, treasurer of, papal mandatary, 307, 360, 411, 420, 856.

-, Dermit treasurer of. See O'Brien.

-, Geoffrey treasurer of. See Arthur.

-, Gibunnus alias Gilbertus, treasurer of. See Arthur.

-, Melerus treasurer of. See de Burgo.

-, Philip treasurer of. See Oloryn.

-, Thomas treasurer of. See Arthur.

-, William treasurer of. See Ofraehayn.

-, canons of. See Arthur, Eustace; Arthur, Geoffrey; Arthur, Gilbert alias Gibunnus; Burgo, Melerus de; Burgo, Remundus de; Cantillon, Thomas; Creagh, David; Dondum, John; Geraldinis, Thomas Geraldi de; Macdayrivi, Maurice; Maclanchy, John; MacConnor, Donatus; Maccrawan, Donald; Mothoeulin, James; Nangill, William; Obrenayn, David; O'Brien, Dermit; O'Fahy, William; Ogalchou, Thomas; O'Mullony, Cornelius; O'Murphy, Nicholas; Oronan, Donald; Oronan, Philip; Philip, James; Russell, Thomas; Stackpool, Philip; Stackpool, Richard.

-, de facto canons. See Cantillon, Thomas; O'Mullony, Cornelius.

-, canons and prebendaries of. See Arthur, Geoffrey; Macmahon, Dermit.

-, chapter of, canon admitted by, 460.

-, prebend in (not named), 758.

-, -, reservation of, 793.

-, prebends in. See Ardcanny; Athlacca and Dromin; Donaghmore, co. Limerick; Effin; Kilpeacon; Tullabracky.

-, church of, impoverishment of, 44.

-, -, perpetual vicars in, yearly rent due to, 500.

-, -, vicar-general, sede vacante, of, resignation admitted and institution made by, 356.

-, city and diocese of, intimidation in, 318, 353, 659.

-, diocese of, churches in, 318.

-, -, persons of, 30, 43, 44, 45, 87, 140, 285, 307, 350, 355, 387, 392 (ter), 399 (bis), 400, 411, 452, 454, 460 (bis), 529, 619 (bis), 659 (ter), 703, 707, 711, 739, 888.

-, -, places in. See Abbeyfeale; Adare; Askeaton; Athlacca; Athneasy; Ballingaddy; Bruree; Cahernary; Clonagh; Cloncrew; Corcomohide; Croom; Derrygalvin; Donaghmore, co. Limerick; Dromin; Glenogra; Kilbreedy-major; Kilkeedy; Killeedy; Killeely; Kilmoylan; Kilmurry; Kilscannell; Limerick (St. Cross); Limerick (St. Munchin); Limerick (hospital of the Blessed Mary and St. Edward the martyr); Mahoonagh; Monagay; Monasteranenagh; Particles; Rathkeale; Robertstown; Shanagholden, Tankardstown; Uregare.

-, -, rectory in, 908.

-, -, vicarages in, 876, 877, 879, 896, 910.

-, Augustinian hospital or priory of the order of St. Mary of the Cruciferi, dedicated to the Holy Cross alias to SS. Mary and Edward the king and martyr, by or on the bridge of, prior of, papal mandatary, 43, 529.

-, -, Eugenius prior and prior commendatary of. See Ofaelan.

-, -, Gilbert prior commendatary of. See Arthur.

-, -, Thomas prior and prior commendatary of. See Arthur.

-, -, mistakenly described as dedicated to the Holy Trinity, 529.

-, parish church of St. Munchin, vicarage of, 739.

-, city of, magnate of, 318, 318 note.

-, citizen of. See Lang, James.

-, Remundus de Burgo of, 619.

-, William Nangill of, 794.

-, Philip Stackpool of, 758.

-, Richard Stackpool alias Rosterdu[n] of, 670.

Limoges, Lemonicen[sis], [Haute-Vienne, France], bishop of, papal mandatary, 195.

-, diocese of, place in. See Morterolles.

Linche. See Lynch.

Lincluden, Linclowden [co. Kirkcudbright], collegiate church, provost of, papal mandatary, 406, 407.

-, -, united to the episcopal mensa of Moray, 907 note.

Lincoln, Lincolinen[sis], Lincolnien [sis], Lingolinen[sis], Lingonien [sis], Lyneolne, [co. Lincoln], bishop of, commissaries of, 431.

-, -, exemption of Magdalen College, Oxford, from the jurisdiction of, 97.

-, -, faculties to, 474 (bis), 647, 648, 802.

-, -, licence of, dispensed with, 625.

-, -, oath to be taken to, 522.

-, -, papal letters to, 341.

-, -, papal mandatary, 2, 5, 6, 18, 59, 67, 69, 192, 220, 245, 249, 253, 425 (bis), 445, 488, 516, 522, 541, 543, 692, 693, 735, 736, 737, 781, 797, 852.

-, -, refusal of, to confirm the election of an abbess, 431.

-, -, rights of, saved, 432.

-, John bishop of. See Chedworth; and Russell.

-, Thomas bishop of. See Scott alias Rotherham.

-, bishop and chapter of, grant made by, 97.

-, John, archdeacon of. See Ruding.

-, chancellor of, papal mandatary, 779.

-, official of, papal mandatary, 499, 680, 708.

-, Henry precentor of. See Boleyn.

-, Philip sub-dean of. See Lepeyate.

-, Robert sub-dean of. See Wymbusch.

-, canons of. See Candour, Thomas; Chaderton, Edmund; Foldi[n]gworth, William; Willelmi, John.

-, canon and prebendary of. See Smith, John.

-, prebends in. See Welton Rival; Welton Westhall.

-, church of, archdeaconries in. See Leicester; Oxford.

-, cathedral church, chantership or wardenship of St. Peter in, 78, 79.

-, -, chaplain in. See Holme, Thomas.

-, city and diocese of, visitation of churches of, 139.

-, diocese of, benefice in, 902.

-, -, commission in, 908.

-, -, persons of, 106, 220, 358, 381, 434, 457 note, 485, 488, 515, 540, 543 (bis), 550, 569, 619, 627, 635 (bis), 647, 648, 659, 687, 688, 692, 721, 737, 779, 821, 823, 850, 860, 866 (ter), 867 (bis), 868, 869, 871, 872, 873, 874 (4), 876 (bis), 879, 880, 882 (bis), 883 (4), 884 (bis), 885 (4), 886 (ter), 887 (bis), 889 (ter), 890 (bis), 891, 892, 893, 898, 899, 900, 901 (bis), 904, 905 (ter), 907, 908 (bis), 909, 910 (bis), 911 (bis).

-, -, places in. See Abington, co. Northampton; Adderbury; Ampthill; Ashby de la Zouch; Ashridge; Ashwell; Aynho; Baldock; Bardney; Barton in the Clay; Barton upon Humber; Beachampton; Beaconsfield; Beckingham; Bedford; Bennington; Bloxham; Blyborough; Boston; Bourne; Bowden, Great; Bradden; Branston; Broughton; Broughton Astley; Broxholme; Bruern; Bucknall; Burford; Burrough on the Hill; Burton, co. Lincoln; Burton Lazars; Bygrave; Catthorpe; Chalfont St. Giles; Chalfont St. Peter; Charwelton; Chesterton, co. Oxford; Chicksands Priory; Cockayne Hatley; Claybrooke; Clipsham; Coppingford; Cottered; Cottesbach; Cranfield; Croft; Crowland; Croxton Kerrial; Croxton; South; Daventry; Dorchester, co. Oxford; Dunstable; Halton, East; Eaton Socon; Everdon; Ewelme; Eynsham; Eyton; Fawley, co. Bucks; Ferriby, South; Finedon; Fleet; Fleet Marston; Floore; Folkingham; Garendon; Gedney; Godstow; Grafton Regis; Grimsby, Great; Hagnaby; Halton Holgate; Henley on Thames; Hertford (St. Andrew); Heyford; Holbeach; Huntingdon; Ivinghoe; Kelshall; Kidlington; Kilworth, North; King's Ripton; Kirkby la Thorpe; Kirkstead; Leicester; Leicester (abbey of St. Mary de Pratis); Leicester (college of New St. Mary or the New Work); Letchworth; Lincoln (St. Mary Magdalen); Lincoln (St. Peter ‘de Conewale’); Louth Park; Lubbenham; Lubbesthorpe; Manton, co. Lincoln; Markby; Messingham; Middleton Stoney; Misterton; Moulton, co. Northants; Nailstone; Newbo; Newsham; Newton; Newton Longville; Normanton; Northampton; Northampton (priory of St. Andrew); Northampton (priory of St. James); Northill; Northmoor; Oakham; Offley; Olney; Osney; Owston; Oxford (Crutched Friars’ priory); Oxford (Magdalen College); Oxford (St. Ebbe); Oxford (St. Michael); Passenham; Peterborough; Pipewell; Ravenstone; Reston, South; Rickmansworth; Ropsley; Rothwell; St. Albans; St. Ives; St. Neots; Saltfleetby; Sandy; Sawtry; Scrivelsby; Sempringham; Sheepy; Shenley, co. Bucks; Shillington; Silk Willoughby; Slapton; Slipton; Snelland; Souldern; Spalding; Stamford (St. George); Stamford (St. John the Baptist); Stamford (St. Mary); Stamford (St. Martin); Stamford (St. Michael); Stamford (St. Peter); Standlake; Stapleford, co. Herts; Steeple Gidding; Stonely; Stonesfield; Sulby; Swanbourne; Swineshead; Tackley; Tadmarton; Thame; Tharfield; Thoresby, North; Thurlaston; Towcester; Tupholme; Turvey; Warden; Wicken; Wigston; Wistow, co. Hunts; Wotton; Woughton on the Green; Wrestlingworth; Wyboston; Yarborough; Yarnton.

-, -, residents in. See Ingleby, Thomas, bishop of Rathlure; Settyll, Henry.

-, -, transfer of Magdalen College, Oxford, to the diocese of Winchester, from, 97.

-, -, Binham incorrectly stated to be in, 806.

-, Gilbertine priory of St. Catherine without the suburbs of, Richard sometime prior of. See Wakefeld.

-, -, canon of. See Wakefeld, Richard.

-, parish church of St. Mary Magdalen, rectory of, 78, 79.

-, parish church of St. Peter at Arches, rectory of, 828.

-, parish church of St. Peter de Conewale, rectory of, 300.

-, William Boston of, 850.

- See also Bracebridge.

Lincoln, Lyncoln, John, rector of Folkingham, dispensation to, 424.

-, William, a monk of Beaulieu, dispensation to, 287.

Lincolnien[sis] erroneously written Lingonien[sis], 562.

-, Londonien[sis] written in error for, 7 note.

Linderdel (recte Lauderdel). See Lauderdale, Andrew.

Lindesay. See Lindsay.

Lindores, de Lindoris, de Londoris, Lundores, de Lundoris, de Lundorys, (in Newburgh parish, co. Fife], Benedictine abbey of St. Mary, abbot of, papal man datary, 25, 552, 553, 614, 834, 843, 853.

-, -, Andrew abbot of. See Caveris.

-, -, monk of. See Bois, George.

Lindsay, Lindesay, Lyndesay, Archibald, rector of Kirkpatrick-Juxta, charges against, 126.

-, -, dispensation to, 686.

-, Ingram, late bishop of Aberdeen, 867 note.

-, Lyndesay, James, bull in favour of, 284.

-, Lindesay, Lyndesay, James, reservation for, 256.

-, -, provided to the rectory of Benholm, resignation of, 27.

-, -, proctor of. See Bobille, Bryce.

-, -, rector of Craig, dispensation to, 695.

-, -, to be archdeacon of Rayne, 649.

-, Lindesay, James, vicar-general of the Friars Minors in Scotland, to be bishop of Varna, 141, 898 note.

-, -, dispensation to, to exercise pontifical offices in the city and diocese of St. Andrews, 142.

-, -, pension reserved to, 142.

-, Lyndesay, James, dean of Glasgow, to be a papal acolyte, 211.

-, Lyndesay, Walter a litigant for the vicarage of Tarves, 341.

-, Lyndesay, William, late rector of Kirkpatrick-Juxta, 126.

Lindsey, Leleseya, [co. Suffolk], free chapel of St. James the Apostle, indult to persons visiting, 778.

-, -, rector of, 778.

-, -, -, mansio of, in ruins, 778.

Lingfield, Lyngfeldi, [co. Surrey], rector of, 852.

Lingonen[sis]. See Langres.

-, written in error for Lincolnien[sis], 562.

Linlithgow, Lechegere (sic), Lichtkon, [co. Linlithgow], vicarage of, 300, 355.

Linsted, Lynsted, [co. Kent], vicarage of, 574.

Linton, [co. Peebles], vicarage of, 771.

Linton, John, dispensation to, 873.

Lintoy, William, 314, 315 note.

Lintrathen, Kunthiathyn, [co. Forfar], vicarage of, 610.

Linwod, John, guardian of the Friars Minors’ house of Beverley, licence and faculty to, 615.

Lion. See Lyon.

Liscleary, Lisch[er]rid recte Lisclerrid, [co. Cork], vicarage of, 757.

Lisle, lord of. See Gray, [sir] Edward.

Lismore [co. Argyll], bishop and diocese of. See Argyll alias Lismore.

-, John, archdeacon of. See Campbell.

Lismore, Lismoren[sis], Lisrocen[sis] (sic), [co. Waterford], bishop of, papal mandatary, 402, 525.

-, - See also Waterford and Lismore.

-, Nicholas bishop of. See O'Hennessy.

-, dean of, papal letters to, 59.

-, -, papal mandatary, 422, 681, 699, 719.

-, Gerald or Gerald son of Gerald dean of. See de Geraldinis.

-, Gillasius de facto dean of. See Okeit.

-, James (son of Philip) dean of. See de Geraldinis.

-, Maurice dean of. See Oronan.

-, Thomas dean of. See Russell.

-, archdeacon of, papal mandatary, 345, 351, 414, 420, 665.

-, James de facto archdeacon of. See Thobym.

-, William archdeacon of. See Mandeville.

-, chancellor of, papal mandatary, 345, 393, 402.

-, official of, papal mandatary, 119.

-, precentor of, papal mandatary, 13, 402, 414, 422.

-, Edmund precentor of. See Mandeville.

-, Walter de facto precentor of. See Mandeville.

-, William precentor of. See Winchedon.

-, James treasurer of. See Cantwell.

-, Maurice (son of Gerald), treasurer of. See de Geraldinis.

-, Thomas treasurer of. See Oronan.

-, John de facto treasurer of. See Prendergast.

-, canons of. See Brown, Robert; Butler, Richard; Cristor, John; Culleyn, John; Everard, Richard; Geraldinis, Maurice son of Gerald de; Grer, Patrick; Hacket, Robert; Mandeville, William; Oboan, John; O'Cane, John; Ocomayn, William; O'Flavin, Thomas; Oronan. Maurice; Prendergast, John; Stack, Maurice; Tobin, James; Winchedon, William; Wiot, Philip.

-, claimant to a canonry of. See O'Carroll, Nicholas.

-, chapter of, election by, 40.

-, prebend in (unnamed but probably Kilbarrymeaden), 38.

-, prebends in. See Donaghmore, co. Tipperary; Dysert; Kilbarrymeaden; Kilrossanty; Mora (or Moorestown); Tullaghorton.

-, city and diocese of, intimidation in, 145, 183, 185, 324, 348, 403, 424, 531, 578, 682, 756.

-, diocese of, monastery in, 875.

-, -, persons of, 61, 95, 167, 323, 347, 348, 351, 403, 420, 423, 578, 653, 667, 672, 673, 682, 699, 719 (bis), 824, 880, 885.

-, -, places in. See Ardmore; Cahir; Carrick-on-Suir; Dungarvan; Inishlounaght; Inistioge; Kilronan; Molana; Mora (or Moorestown); Mortlestown; Mothel; Newcastle; Outeragh; Tubbrid; Whitechurch.

-, -, vicarages in, 876, 878.

-, Thomas Russell of, 189.

Lismore and Waterford, bishop and united dioceses of. See Waterford and Lismore.

Lissmoli. See Listowell.

Listerlin, co. Kilkenny. See Kilmartin.

Listowell, Lissmoli, [co. Kerry], vicarage of, 605.

Lithon, David, de facto a canon of Glasgow and prebendary of Cardross, 795.

Littlebury, Lytylbury, [co. Essex], vicarage of, 851.

Llanarmon Dyffryn Ceiriog, Lanarmon, [co. Denbigh], rectory of, 727.

Llanblethian, Llanblevian juxta Cowbrigge, [co. Glamorgan], parish church of St. Mary, vicarage of, 589.

Llandaff, Landauen[sis], Landaven[sis], Laudanen[sis], [co. Glamorgan], bishop of, faculty to, 828.

-, -, papal mandatary, 417, 482.

-, John [bishop-]elect of. See Marshall and Smith.

-, John sometime bishop of. See Hunden.

-, episcopal mensa of, pension from fruits of, 480.

-, canons of. See Sherwood, William; William ap John.

-, diocese of, persons of, 380 (bis), 549 (bis), 828.

-, -, places in. See Blaenkymmyll; Cardiff; Coychurch; Llanblethian; Llangattock; St. Athan; St. George's.

Llanddyfnan, Llandyfnan, [co. Anglesea], rectory of, 726.

Llandissull. See Llandyssil.

Llandwrog, Blandurnok, [co. Carnarvon], rectory of, 473.

Llandyfnan. See Llanddyfnan.

Llandyssil, Llandissull, [co. Montgomery], rectory of, 705.

Llaneilian, ecclesia Sancti Hillarii, [co. Anglesey], rectory of, 466.

Llanfwrog, Sancti Moroke (sic), [co. Denbigh], rectory of, 617.

Llangattock, Sancti Cadoci by Berg[av]eney, [co. Monmouth], rectory of, 850.

Llangoedmore, Llangoydmawr, [co. Cardigan], rectory of, 831.

Llansaintfraed, de Sancta Brigida, [co. Brecon], parish church of St. Mary, rectory of, 499.

Llanthony Prima, Lanthon’ Prima, [co. Monmouth], Augustinian abbey of St. John the Baptist, canon of. See Adonis, John.

Llanthony Secunda. See Lanthony by Gloucester.

llinwer. See Inver.

Loacluatd alias de Stangno Ciner[um]. See Ballydeloughy.

Lochdearg. See Lough Derg.

Locheseudi. See Ballymore.

Lochlua. See Ballydeloughy.

Lochmesg (i.e. Lough Mask). See Ballinchalla.

Lochogdit (sic). See Lough Oughter.

Lochoutwart. See Borthwick.

Lochra, Lochra, Fons vivus de, priory Fontis vivi de. See Lorrha.

Lochriach. See Loughrea.

Lochuachctair, Lochuachtayr. See Lough Oughter.

Lockay alias Willeynson, Edmund, vicar of Wolvey, dispensation to, 416.

Lockhart, Lokhart, John, sometime treasurer of Dunblane, pension on the rectory of Kirkmichael reserved for, 506, 558.

-, -, a litigant for the vicarage of Bathgate, pension reserved for, 545.

-, -, sometime a litigant for the rectory of Lasswade, pension reserved for, 542.

-, Lokhart, Patrick, sometime a claimant to a canonry and the succentorship of Moray, 77, 78.

Locohvart. See Borthwick.

Locque. See Lough Key.

Locrach , priory Fontis vivi de. See Lorrha.

Locrieye. See Loughrea.

Loddiswell, Lodessuil, Lodeswil, [co. Devon], parish church of, distance of Buckland Tout Saints from, 862.

-, rector of, to perform divine offices at Buckland Tout Saints, 862.

-, parish of Buckland Tout Saints erected out of, 862.

Lode, co. Cambridge. See Anglesey.

Lodessuil, Lodeswil. See Loddiswell.

Lodève, Lodeven[sis], Lodoven[sis], 793 note. See also Londovien[sis].

Lodlowe, Walter, an Augustinian canon of St. John the Baptist without the New Gate, Dublin, to be prior of the same, 716.

-, -, oath of, 716.

Lodlowia . See Ludlow.

Lodonium . See Lothian.

Lodouen[sis]. See Lothian.

-, incorrectly written Londouen[sis], 844 note.

Lodoven[sis]. See Lodève.

Loege, Robert, rector of Wotton under Edge, dispensation to, 808.

Lofthouse, Losthous, Christopher, vicar of Aldbrough, dispensation to, 530.

Logan, John, late a litigant for the preceptory of Leith, 87, 88.

Logger, John, an Augustinian canon of St. Bartholomew, Smithfield, without the Walls of London, dispensation to, 327.

Loghy, diocese of St. Andrews, rectory of, 817.

Logie, Logymortho, [co. Fife], vicarage of, 823.

Logie Durno, Logydormo, Lygdormo, [now in Chapel of Garioch, co. Aberdeen], vicarage of, 611.

Logydormo. See Logie Durno.

Logymortho. See Logie, co. Fife.

Lok, John, provost of St. Salvator, St. Andrews, dispensation to, 620.

Lokhart. See Lockhart.

Lokton, John, of London, one of the executors of the will of John Derby, of London, appeal of, 784, 785.

Lokyngton alias Smyth, John, a Friar Preacher, dispensation to, 564.

Lombo, Nicholas, notary public, resignation made before, 479.

Lomelay, Lomellai, Marmaduke, a brother of the Hospital of St. John of Jerusalem, of the priory of England, unlawful agreement made by, 256.

-, -, to be prior of the Hospitallers’ priory of Ireland, 130.

-, -, letters to, exemplified, 130.

Loncardi. See Luncarty.

Londisdale. See Lonsdale.

London, Londomen[sis], Londonien[sis], Londouien[sis], Loudovien[sis] (sic), Lundunien[sis], bishop of, faculties to, 475, 530, 647 (bis), 789.

-, -, letter to, mentioned, 705.

-, -, officers of, 705.

-, -, papal mandatary, 42, 219, 253, 372, 463, 465, 484, 582, 661, 662, 781.

-, -, Thomas [Wele] bishop of Banados acting as assistant to, 819 note.

-, Thomas bishop of. See Kempe.

-, archdeacon of, papal mandatary, 376, 858.

-, Richard chancellor of. See Lichfield.

-, Thomas chancellor of. See Smith.

-, official of, papal mandatary, 793, 808, 851, 858.

-, -, refusal of, to entertain a suit, 488.

-, -, sentences of, 310, 734.

-, John official of. See Driuell.

-, Thomas official of. See Ian.

-, church of, archdeaconry in. See Middlesex.

-, cathedral church of St. Paul, dean of, excommunication by, 243.

-, -, -, papal mandatary, 28, 448, 514.

-, -, William precentor of. See Wylde. 380

-, -, William succentor of. See Sherwood. 783.

-, -, canons of. See Gigis, John de; Ian, Thomas; Peurueur, Thomas; Russell, William; Styward, William; Worsley, William.

-, -, person wrongly described as a canon of. See Lascy, John.

-, -, minor canon and prebendary of. See Styward, William.

-, -, prebend in. See Mora.

-, -, college of minor canons in, warden and canons of, grant to, 464.

-, -, -, foundation of, 465.

-, -, -, two of them called cardinals, 464.

-, -, altar of the Holy Ghost in, chaplaincy at, 746.

-, -, chantries in, 464.

-, -, two united chantries in, chaplain of. See Hervey, William; Styward, William.

-, -, chantry of Gilbert de Bruera in, chaplain of. See Perte, Thomas.

-, -, papal letters to be posted on the door of, 258.

-, -, statutes of, 243, 746.

-, diocese of, commission in, 914.

-, -, monasteries in, 871, 872.

-, -, person of, 25, 209, 217, 218, 227, 241 (ter), 249, 272, 310, 322, 358, 380, 381 (ter), 398 (bis), 399 note, 475, 488, 528 (ter), 595, 625, 629, 647, 690, 692 (bis), 705, 734 (bis), 735 (bis), 781 (6), 782, 788, 854, 867, 869, 871, 872, 873 (bis), 874, 880, 881, 882, 883 (bis), 884 (ter), 885 (bis), 886 (bis), 888, 889 (bis), 892, 899 (ter), 901, 902, 905, 906, 907 (bis), 908, 914.

-, -, places in. See Ashen; Barley; Benfleet, South; Blackmore; Broxbourne; Burstead, Little; Cheshunt; Chishall, Little; Clerkenwell; Coggeshall; Colchester (priory of St. Botolph); Colchester (St. Leonard); Danbury; Doddinghurst; Easter, High; Easton, Little; Eastwood; Faulkbourne; Foulness; Greenford; Hampstead; Harrow; Harrys place; Hayes; Hendon; Hornsey; Hunsdon; Ingatestone; Littlebury; London (Elsingspital); London (St. Andrew Holborn); London (St. Botolph without Bishopsgate); London (St. Michael Cornhill); Loughton; Mashbury; Mayland; Muswell chapel; Oakley, Little; Ocley; Orsett; Ovington; Prittlewell; Raleigh; Rettendon; Roding, Abbess; Roding, Aythorpe; Roding, White; Royston; St. Mary Hall; St. Osyth; Sandon; Sawbridgeworth; Sion; Stambridge, Great; Stanesgate; Stanmore, Great; Stapleford Tawney; Stratford Langthorne; Sutton, co. Essex; Thaxted; Tilbury, West; Tottenham; Tremhale; Twyford; Waltham; Waltham, Great; Westminster (St. Peter); Westminster (St. Stephen); Wigborough, Great; Willesden; Willingale Doe; Woodham Walter.

-, -, vicarage in, 906.

-, -, St. Albans incorrectly described as in, 160.

-, -, woods in, 253.

-, religious houses:—

Augustinian priory of Christ Church, prior of, papal mandatary, 727.

Augustinian priory of St. Bartholomew Smithfield without the walls of, canons of. See Logger, John; Southcote, Nicholas; Willoughby, John.

Augustinian hospital of St. Anthony, master and brethren of, grant to, 3.

Augustinian hospital or chapel royal of St. Katherine by the Tower, brother of. See Bawdewyn, John.

-, canon called brother of. See Hudyn, William.

Augustinian hospital or priory of St. Mary Elsyng, Elsingspital, Elsyngspittell, canons of. See Alen, Nicholas; Rentysch, Thomas.

Carthusian house or priory of the Mother of God alias of St. Mary the Virgin without the walls of, or near, devotion of Cicely duchess of York to, 260.

-, indults to persons visiting and giving alms to, 260, 444, 445.

abbey of nuns of the order of St. Clare (Minoresses) without Aldgate, Algate, abbess and convent of, tithes claimed by, 541.

-, threat to compel the parishioners of Wrestlingworth to pay tithes to, 541.

Friars Minors’ house in, absolution obtained from a friar at, 147.

Knights Hospitallers’ priory of St. John without the walls of. See Clerkenwell.

hospital of St. Thomas the martyr de Acon, of the order of Cruciferi, brother of. See Goer, Thomas.

-, collegiate church of St. Martin le Grand, Sancti Martini magni, called a chapel royal, dean of, jurisdiction of, 735.

-, -, John dean of. See Thwaites.

-, parochial churches:—

All Hallows, anchorite in an enclosure near. See Lucas, William.

All Hallows Barking, St. Mary Berkyng, by the Tower of London, vicarage of, 697.

All Hallows Lombard Street, in le Lumbard streete, rectory of, 864.

St. Andrew Holborn, rectory of, 635.

St. Andrew in the Wardrobe, at Baynardes Castell, chantry of All Saints in, 660.

St. Antholin, rectory of, 511.

St. Botolph without Bishopsgate, Bysshopysgate, rectory of, 776.

St. Dionis Backchurch, rectory of, 747.

St. Edmund, rectory of, 316.

St. Giles Cripplegate, parish of. See Mora.

St. James the Apostle Garlickhithe, Garlykhithe, rectory of, 585.

St. Leonard Eastcheap (Incschepe) rectory of, 752.

St. Margaret, Lothbury, rectory of, 557.

St. Margaret, Moses, Moyses, rectory of, 589.

St. Margaret New Fish Street, in Briggestrete, rectory of, 592.

St. Mary Aldermary, Aldermarychurch, Aldermarychyrch, altar of St. John the Baptist in the churchyard of, 447, 492.

-, rectory of, 750.

St. Mary le Bow, de Arcubus, dean of. See Peese, John; William, David.

-, rector of. See William, David.

St. Michael Cornhill, rectory of, 789.

St. Olave Silver Street, rectory of, 572, 616.

St. Vedast Foster Lane, rectory of, 335.

-, citizens of:—

Barker, John, 822.

Bristall, Richard, 629.

Lessy, Richard, 309.

Mylne, William, 379.

Stoker, John, 693.

-, Mercers’ gild, wardens of, indult to, 270.

-, -, -, wives of, 270.

-, pension to be paid at, 372.

-, persons of:—

Bayster, Elizabeth, 734.

Bele, Richard, 676.

Beleter, Thomas (late), 801.

Burton alias Chambyr, John, 735.

Cokkesson, Agnes, 309.

Davers, Henry, 801.

Derby, John (late), 784.

Derlynton, Thomas, 784.

Gosnore, Richard, 801.

Haynes, Richard, 801.

Hothersall, John, 647.

King, Joan relict of Richard, 551.

Lambert alias Schore, Elizabeth, 488.

Langdon, Reynald, 560.

Langdon, William, 560.

Lokton, John, 784.

Mortimer, Catherine, 428.

Osborne, Robert, 777.

Rose, William, 551.

Shelton, John, 735.

Thryngston alias Burton, Alice, 735.

Wynnesbury, John, 784.

-, Agnes Cokkesson no longer dwelling in, 310.

-, city of, bishops resident in:—

Godwyn, John, bishop of Ross, 487, 527, 629, 735, 777.

Pigge, John, bishop of Ardfert, 307, 309, 309 note, 457 note.

-, -, bishop of Beirut, 457, 527, 560 (bis), 570, 629, 735, 777, 779, 784, 788, 801.

Westcarre, William, bishop of Sidon, 307, 487, 629, 735, 777, 788.

-, -, described as in the province of Canterbury, 777.

-, -, money to be paid in, 261.

-, -, persons dwelling in:—

Butler, James, of Dublin, 530.

Smalwode, Richard, 310.

-, city and diocese of, bishops dwelling in:—

Edenham, Nicholas (recte Richard) bishop of Bangor, 309.

Egremont, William, bishop of Dromore, 309.

Martin, Richard, bishop of Waterford, 309.

-, -, bishops resident in:—

Bird, Thomas, bishop of St. Asaph, 310.

Pigge, John, bishop of Ardfert, 310.

Westcarre, William, bishop of Sidon, 310.

-, places near:—

Bermondesay by, 565.

Westminster at (sic), near or without the walls, 160, 214, 425, 738.

-, streets and places in:—

Baynards Castle (Baynardes Castell), 660.

Bishopsgate, Bysshopysgate, 776.

Briggestrete, i.e. New Fish Street, 592.

Cornhill, 789.

Eastcheap, 752 note.

Lombard Street, le Lumbard Street, 864.

the Shambles, de Macellis, 380.

the Tower, 589, 697, 787.

-, suburb of. See Clerkenwell.

- See also Londovien[sis].

London recte Lichfield, diocese of, place in. See Penkridge.

London, John, rector of Roche, dispensation to, 832.

Londonderry [co. Londonderry], cathedral church of the diocese of Derry (q.v.), dean of, papal mandatary, 48, 82, 423, 759.

-, John dean of. See Macgillabride.

-, Thomas dean of. See Mackamail.

-, -, canons of. See Mac-Conky, Roger; MacGurk, Niallanus; Mackahul, Arthur; Mackamail, Thomas; Obracyn, Donald; O'Cane, Senequinus; O'Carolan, Cornelius; O'Carolan, Donald; Oclocordig, Niallanus, Ocuagearll, Magonius; Oduy, Cornelius; Okeenan, Patrick; Okylty, James; Omergay, Patrick; Othuochayll, Machonius.

-, -, prebends in. See Errigal; Moville.

-, -, priests called Colidei in, rectory of Tamlaght-and held by, 437.

-, de Cella nigra, Augustinian abbey of St. Columba, abbot of, papal mandatary, 164, 604, 643, 744, 759 (bis).

-, John Macgillabride of, 643.

Londonien[sis] written in error Lunden[sis], 383.

-, written in error Lunduniensis, 381.

-, written in error for Lincolnien[sis], 7 note. -, possibly an error for Laudunen[sis] or Leodien[sis], 793 note.

Londoris , abbey de. See Lindores.

Londouen[sis], written in error for Lodouen[sis], i.e. Lothian, q.v., 844 note.

Londovien[sis] (sic). See London.

-, (? recte Londonien[sis], i.e. London, or Lodoven[sis] i.e. Lodève), diocese, person of, 869.

Long. See Knocklong.

Long, Lang, Richard, bishop of Kildare, clerk made by, 330.

-, -, dispensation granted by, 28.

-, -, letters directed to, before his letters of provision were expedited, 520.

-, -, removal of, 47, 48.

-, -, vicar-general in spirituals of. See Tuly, Nicholas.

Longbredy, Langbredy, [co. Dorset], rectory of, 3, 4, 785.

-, -, union of Maiden Newton to, 4.

Longeparissh. See Longparish.

Longfield, Leamcyll, [now divided into East and West Longfield, co. Tyrone), rectory of, 82.

Longford, [co. Derby], rectory of, 599.

Longford, [co. Salop], parish church of St. Mary, indult to persons visiting etc., 322.

Longley, Ralph, warden or master of the collegiate church of Manchester, a litigant for the same, 308, 309, 320.

Longparish, Longeparissh, [co. Hants.], Robert Ynkepenne of, 564.

Longworth, Langvorth, [co. Berks.], rectory of, 838.

Lonsdale, Londisdale, Warton (q.v.) in, 855.

Lorchin, Richard, vicar of Offley, dispensation to, 730.

Lorcquhr (recte Locquhe). See Lough Key.

Lorde, John, vicar of Great Waltham, petition of, 705, 706.

Lorrha, Fons Vivus de Lothro, Lotra, Fontis vivi de Lochra, Locrach, Lora, de Fontevivi (sic), Pontis vivi, [co. Tipperary], Augustinian priory of St. Mary, prior of, papal mandatary, 101, 128, 361, 373, 682, 775.

-, -, Maurus prior of. See Maccasyn.

-, -, Rory (once Roderick) prior of. See Olachnayn.

-, -, canons of. See Maccasyn, Maurus; O'Duggan, William; Olachnayn, Thady.

Lorymer, Robert, to be vicar of Aberuthven, 810.

Losthous. See Lofthouse.

Lotheryngham. See Letheringham.

Lothian, Laudania, Laudonia, Lawdonia, Lodonium, Lodouen[sis], Londouen[sis], Loudonia, [Scotland], archdeacon of, collation of the vicarage of Currie to belong to, 844.

-, -, letters conservatory to, 68.

-, -, papal mandatary, 12, 13, 171, 543.

-, Archibald archdeacon of. See Whitelaw.

-, archdeaconry of, parish church united to. See Currie.

-, parts of, archdeacon of St. Andrews within, papal mandatary, 467.

Lothro , Lotra, Fons vivus de. See Lorrha.

Loudonia . See Lothian.

Louebande. See Lovibond.

Louesto[f]te. See Lowestoft.

Lough Derg, Lochdearg, [on Saints Island (in Lough Derg), Templecarn parish, co. Donegal], Augustinian priory, derelict state of, 667.

-, -, union of the rectory of Templecarn to, dissolved, 667.

Lough Key, Iochque, Locque, Lorcquhr, [on Trinity Island, in Kilbryan parish, co. Roscommon]. Premonstratensian abbey of the Holy Trinity, abbot of, papal mandatary, 89.

-, -, Magonius abbot of. See Macdonkayd.

-, -, canons of. See Okarrid, Andrew; Okarrid, Rory.

Lough Oughter, Lochogdit (sic), Lochuachctair, Lochuachtayr, [co. Cavan], Premonstratensian priory of the Holy Trinity, prior of, papal mandatary, 170, 173, 372.

Loughrea, Lochriach, Locrieye, [co Galway], rectory of, 670, 671.

-, vicarage of, 741, 835.

Loughton, [co. Essex], rectory of, 300.

Louis XI, king of France, illegal decision of, 234.

-, letters of Edward IV to, 233, 234.

-, mandate of, remitting a cause to England, 233.

-, orator of, to the pope. See Perandi, Raymund.

Louis XII, king of France, orator of, to the pope. See Moneypenny, George.

Loutfut, Malcolm, late vicar of Tibbermore, 25.

Louth, Loweth, Lowth, de Lugio, Luth, [co. Louth], Augustinian priory of St. Mary, prior of, papal mandatary, 144, 312, 314, 579.

Louth Park. de Parco Ludii (sic), de Parcoludo, [co. Lincoln], Cistercian abbey of St. Mary, abbot of, papal mandatary, 507.

-, -, monks of. See Preston, William; Tetteney, John.

Louvetia, John, notary public, 874.

Lovelunde. See Lovibond.

Lovell, William, prior of the priory or hospital of Lechlade, dispensation to, 466.

Loven[sis] (? recte Clonen[sis], i.e. Cloyne), Concofinus dean of. See O'Dolan.

Lovibond, Louebande, Lovelunde, John, a canon of Salisbury and prebendary of Lyme Regis and Halstock, appeal of, 457, 458.

-, -, tithes claimed by, 374.

Lowe, John, rector of East Ilsley, dispensation to, 589.

Lowerist, Thomas, vicar of Dunbarny and a chaplain at Abernethy, 83.

Lowestoft, Ladeystaffre, Louesto[f]te, Lowystoffte, [co. Suffolk], parish church of St. Margaret, vicarage of, 20, 37, 409, 410, 410 note.

-, -, chaplain to serve, salary of, 37.

Loweth. See Louth.

Lowry, Lowri, William, reservation for, 284.

Lowth. See Louth.

Lowystoffte. See Lowestoft.

Loymak (sic). See Moylagh.

Lubbenham, Luwenham, [co. Leicester], rectory of, 335, 499.

Lubbesthorpe, Bublesthorp’, [in Aylestone, co. Leicester], William Grymesby of, 690.

Lucanus . See Lucca.

Lucas, John, vicar of Dunster, dispensation to, 854.

-, William, an anchorite of All Hallows, London, licence to, 625.

Lucca, Lucanus, [Italy], collegiate church of St. Alexander, John prior of. See de Giliis.

-, secular and collegiate church of SS. John and Reparata, prior of, papal mandatary, 793, 858.

-, persons of, 217.

Lucheris. See Leuchars.

Luçon, [Vendée, France], archdeaconry in the church of. See Pareds.

Luderdel. See Lauderdale, Andrew.

Ludlow, Lodlowia, [co. Salop], Carmelite Friars’ house, Walter prior of. See Dier.

-, battle at, 230.

-, the Earl of Warwickgoes to, 230.

Lughtburgh’ alias Willemot, John, an Augustinian canon of Darley and vicar of Pentrich, dispensation to, 221.

Lugio , priory de. See Louth.

Lugwardyne, Edward, absolution etc. for, 306.

-, John, absolution for, 298.

Lumysden, John, provided to the rectory of Benholm, resignation of, 27.

Luncarty, Loncardi, [now in Redgorton, co. Perth], parish church of the Holy Trinity, rectory of, 614.

Lund, Lunden[sis]. Lundinen[sis], [Sweden], 383 note, 793 note.

Lundef, Lundei. See Lundie.

Lunden[sis] (i.e. Lund, Sweden], written in error for Londonien[sis], 383.

Lundie, Lundef, Lundei, Lundif, [co. Forfar], rectory of, 585, 586.

Lundinen[sis]. See Lund.

Lundoff. See Kinloch.

Lundoris , Lundorys, abbey de. See Lindores.

Lunduniensis , written for Londonien[sis], 381.

Lusk, Luske, [co. Dublin], a prebend in St. Patrick's, Dublin, moieties of, united to the treasurership and precentorship of that church, 314, 314 note.

Lute, Robert, rector of Barton Mills, dispensation to, 568.

Luth. See Louth.

Luwenham. See Lubbenham.

Luyrdalle, David, archdeacon of Dunkeld, formerly a litigant for the same, pension to be paid by, 506.

-, -, proctor of. See Ruch, Alexander.

Lycheffelden. See Lichfield, Richard, chancellor of London.

Lychfelden[sis]. See Lichfield.

Lychton, George, chaplain at the altar of St. Mary the Virgin in the church of Moray, to be a canon of Moray and prebendary of St. Giles centum solidorum [Elgin], 349.

Lydden, co. Kent. See Swanton.

Lydeard St. Laurence, Lydeyarde, [co. Somerset], parish church of St. Laurence, rectory of, 305.

Lydford, John, dispensation to, 891.

Lydiard Millicent, Lydeyerd Mulsent, [co. Wilts], rectory of, 306.

Lye. See Besselsleigh.

Lyell, Andrew, a claimant to the vicarage of Glamis, 24.

-, Lyel, Thomas, grantee commendatary of the hospital of St. Germains, 58.

Lygdormo. See Logie Durno.

Lygh. See Leigh, co. Worcester.

Lyhert. See Le Hart, Walter.

Lylegh, Anna, absolution for, 878.

Lylleshull. See Lilleshall.

Lyme Regis, Lyme, Lynne, [co. Dorset], with Halstock (q.v.), parish of, manors within the bounds of, 374.

-, a prebend in Salisbury, 374, 457.

-, tithes of, 457, 458.

Lynam, benefice called the parcel of, in Britway parish, co. Cork, 856.

Lynch, Linche, Dominic, absolution and dispensation to, 258, 259.

Lyncoln. See Lincoln, John.

Lyncolne. See Lincoln.

Lyndesay. See Lindsay.

Lyngfeldi. See Lingfield.

Lynke, Hugh, rector of Goodleigh, dispensation to, 725.

Lynkfeld, Robert, rector of Polstead, dispensation to, 660.

Lynn, Bishop's, Villalemire, [co. Norfolk], William Nicholasson of, 781.

Lynne. See Lyme Regis.

Lynsted. See Linsted.

Lyon, Alexander, lord of Glamis, presentation made by, 166.

-, Lion, David, to be chaplain of Forgandenny, 166.

-, William, sometime vicar of Auchterhouse, 31.

Lyons, [Rhone, France], visit of Paulinus and Antonius de Minutolis to, 217.

Lytirluria. See Letterluna.

Lyton, Christopher, rector of Ash, dispensation to, 674.

Lytylbury. See Littlebury.

Lyvesay, Hugh, vicar of Coughton, dispensation to, 797.