Index of Persons and Places
M, N, O

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'Index of Persons and Places: M, N, O', Calendar of Papal Registers Relating to Great Britain and Ireland, Volume 13: 1471-1484 (1955), pp. 1081-1145. URL: http://british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=105220 Date accessed: 20 September 2014.


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Mabrim, Roland, dispensation to, 913.

Macabrechim, Macabrehcim, Cornelius, to be vicar of Manulla, 295.

Macachlerich, Malachy, to be rector of Urney, co. Cavan, 173.

-, -, a canon of Kilmore, papal mandatary, 170.

Macacadagan. See MacEgan, Maurice.

Macacoolh, Macaed. See MacArdle.

Macaedan, William, to be vicar of Killeany, 392, 393.

Macaed[a]gayn, Macaedegayn. See MacEgan, Carbrieus.

Macaedre, Amlavus, vicar of Killeany, charges against, 393.

Macaeghan, Macaeydagan, Macandagan (sic). See MacEgan.

Macankuaid. See MacConky.

Macanriach, Arthur, a canon of Kilmore, papal mandatary, 173.

Macaray. See Magrath.

Macardagan. See MacEgan.

MacArdle alias O'Dougherty, Maeacoolh, Macerd alias Odotaydh, Machaedk alias Odocharthayd, Donatus, a canon of Raphoe, papal mandatary, 479, 512, 759.

Macari, Macarryg. See MacGarry.

Macathassaid, Machahastiy, Donald, a canon of Armagh, de facto rector of Aghaloo, 303.

-, Makassaid, Donald, a canon of Clogher, papal mandatary, 774.

Macayrenacruce. See Magheracross.

Macbloscayg, Mecbloscayg, Odo, to be rector of Tamlaght-ard, 437.

Macbrady, Magbradaid, Thomas, to be archdeacon of Kilmore, 372.

-, -, archdeacon of Kilmore, to be bishop of Kilmore, 85.

-, -, to be bishop of Kilmore, dispensation to, 85.

-, -, grant for the consecration of, 85.

Macbrain. See MacBreen, Maurice.

Macbrayer, Magbrayer, Michael, a Premonstratensian canon, de facto vicar of Lenzayne, 324.

-, Macbrayr, Robert, provost and official of the burgh of Dumfries, joint-executor of the testament of William Hanson, petition of, 406, 407.

MacBreen, Macbrenir, Eugenius, a canon of Achonry, papal mandatary, 338.

-, Macbrain, Maurice, to be received as a monk of Newry and to be abbot of the same, 601.

-, Macbreim, Thomas, sometime vicar of Cloonoghill, 441.

Macbrenir (? recte Macbrenn). See MacBreen, Eugenius.

Macbressim, Macbressym, Macbryffyin, Thomas, a canon of Tuam, papal mandatary, 157, 377.

-, Macbrissym, Thomas, de facto vicar of Kilkerrin, 762.

-, Macbrismi, Machbressem, William, de facto vicar of Moylough, 434, 696.

-, Macbresym, William, de facto vicar of Templetogher, 814.

Macbrien, Macbryen, Charles (Karolus), a canon of Emly, papal mandatary, 96, 270.

-, Macbreyn, Dermit, to be rector of the rural [church] of Glenlary, 478.

-, Macbreyn, Macbryan, Machbryen, Donald, a canon of Emly, papal mandatary, 47, 476, 546.

-, -, rector of Galbally, petition of, 453.

-, -, to have the farm of the rectories of Grean and Glenogra, 453.

-, -, to be also a canon of Emly and prebendary of Kilnageni, rector of Nalt and vicar of Knocklong and Doonmoon, 439.

-, Machbryen, Donatus, to be rector of Aglishcormick, 478, 479.

-, Macbreyn, John, petition of, 454.

-, -, to have the farm of the rectories of Clonpet, Cordangan and Kilshane, 454.

-, -, to be precentor of Emly, rector of Bruis and rector of Ballingarry, 477–8.

-, Macbrein, Richard, sometime rector of Doon, 421.

-, Macbruyn, Machbryan, Thomas, a canon of Dromore, papal mandatary, 513, 706.

Macbrismi, Macbrissym. See Macbressim.

Macbruyn, Macbryan, Macbryen. See Macbrien.

Macbryffyin. See Macbressim, Thomas.

Maccaffry, Machafthreygh, Florence, to be a prior in the diocese of Ardfert, 897.

Maccaich, Philip, late vicar of Loughrea, 741.

MacCarmacan, Meanalaus, bishop of Raphoe, provision of, 119.

MacCarthy, Iny Macarthayg, Avilina, dispensed to marry, 801.

-, Mekarthayg, Donald, dispensation for, 428.

-, Marchati, Donatus, papal mandatary, 187.

-, Marcharthy, Florence, claimand to the priory of Killagh, 175, 176.

-, Marchati, Florence, prince of Carbery, papal mandatary, 187.

Maccassurlay, Maccasarlaid, Maccusurlayd, Dermit, a canon of Tuam, papal mandatary, 479, 765, 814.

Maccasyn, Miccasyn, Maurus, to be received as an Augustinian canon of Lorrha and to be prior of the same, 658.

Maccegayn. See MacEgan, Odo.

Macchonchuir. See MacConnor, Maurice.

Macchonrii. See MacConky, Roger.

Macchostalwa, Macchostelwa. See MacCostello, Thomas.

Macclanche. See Maclanchy.

Maccloneyd. See Macdonkayd, Magonius.

Maccomara. See Macnamara, Odo.

Macconbay, Mecconbay, Philip, late vicar of Omey, 422.

Macconbuogy, Mycchombuogy. See Obuogy, James.

Macconimigy. See MacConky, Roger.

Macconkagri, Eugenius, a canon of Ardagh, papal mandatary, 442.

-, Macconcairgri, Eugenius, a claimant to the rectory of Muintir-an-ghaile, 666.

MacConky, Machinkuaig, Andrew, a canon of Ardagh, papal mandatary, 388.

-, Macankuaid, Dermit, late vicar of Annaduff, 622.

-, Macankuaid, Magonius, de facto vicar of Annaduff, 621.

-, Maccinkuayd, Morianus, a canon of Ardagh, papal mandatary, 621.

-, Macchonrii, Macconimigy, Macconmigy, Roger, a canon of Londonderry, papal mandatary, 164, 437.

-, -, a canon of Kildare (sic), papal mandatary, 303.

Macconmara. See Macnamara.

MaConnor, Macconcur, Donatus, to be a canon of Limerick, 878.

-, Machonnchur, John, to be vicar of Nohaval, 440.

-, Macchonchuir, Maurice, provided to the vicarage of Nohaval, to be a canon of Ardfert and prebendary of Dysert, 742.

Maccoscy, Maccosti, Rory, vicar of Modreeny, charges against, 129.

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

MacCostello, Macostellua alias Ochelli, Richard, de facto vicar of Balla, 741.

-, Macchostalwa, Macchostelwa, alias Noygill, Thomas, vicar of Lea, to be received as a monk and to be abbot of Monasterevan, 754.

-, -, oath etc. of, 754.

-, -, provided to the abbey of Monasterevan, 111.

-, alias Nogyl, William, to be vicar of Lea and of Kilrainy, 111.

-, -, dispensation to, 112.

Maccrawan, Macherawan, Macherun, Macrannan, Macrawan, Donald, a canon of Killaloe, papal mandatary, 758.

-, -, to have a vicarage in the diocese of Killaloe, 895.

-, -, a canon of Limerick, papal mandatary, 753, 759.

-, -, to have a vicarage in the diocese of Limerick, 896.

-, -, a canon of Limerick and of Killaloe, collation and provision to, 793.

-, Maceravan, Macravan, Donald, sometime vicar commendatary of Killeely, 707.

-, -, to have a vicarage in the diocese of Limerick, 877.

-, -, proctor of. See Cantillon, Thomas.

Maccuarta, Maccuharka, Maccuharta. See MacGurk.

Maccusurlayd. See Maccassurlay.

Macdayrivi, Maurice, a canon of Limerick, papal mandatary, 392.

Maediamada, Donald, to have a monastery in the diocese of Elphin, 876.

-, Matthew, de facto vicar of Magheracross, 774, 775.

MacDonald, Elizabeth, countess of Ross, wife of John [MacDonald], lord of the Isles, papal protection for, 66, 67.

-, -, litigant, 711.

-, John, lord of the Isles, [sometime earl of Ross], 66.

-, -, wife of. See Mac-Donald Elizabeth supra.

Macdonkayd, Bernard, oppressor of the friary of Ballymote, 120.

-, Micdonchid, Donald, a Friar Preacher, to be abbot of Ballysadare, 290.

-, Donatus, spoiler of the friary of Ballymote, 120.

-, Maccloneyd, Macdonhyd, Magonius, abbot of Lough Key, to be abbot commendatary of Ballysadare, 179, 180.

-, Macdonched, Macdonhyd, Maurice, late abbot of Ballysadare, 179, 290.

MacDowell, Mardowel, Gilbert, a canon of Ross and prebendary of Kincardine, formerly archdeacon of Ross, 85.

-, -, friend of. See Monelaw, Thomas.

-, Macdubeull, John, late rector of Inch, 430.

-, Miedwill, Terence, to have a monastery in the diocese of Ferns, 873.

-, Macdubail, Terence, de facto rector of Inch, 430.

MacEgan, Macaed[a]gayn, Macaedegayn, Machkan, Carbricus, dean of Clonfert, annual rents held by, 602.

-, -, provision of, 903.

-, -, resignation of, 724.

-, Macaeydagan, Mackaeghayn, Constantine, a canon of Kildare, papal mandatary, 28, 66, 519.

-, Macardagan, Cornelius, to be vicar of Killursa and rector in the sanctuary of the parish church of the same, 389.

-, Macaeghan, Machaeghan, Fergallus, archdeacon of Cloyne, to be also vicar of Ballydeloughy, 476.

-, Macacidagan, Macandagan, Machaegaun, Maurice, a friar preacher, to be prior of Mohill, 388.

-, -, prior of Mohill, sometime a Friar Preacher, absolution etc. for, 607.

-, -, to be vicar commendatary of Annaduff, 621.

-, Macardagan, Maurice, rector in the sanctuary of the parish church of Killursa and vicar of the same church, charges against, 389.

-, Maccegayn, Macghicayn, Odo, a canon of Clonfert, papal mandatary, 373.

-, -, a canon and prebendary of Clonfert, with the rectory of Duniry united to his prebend, charges against, 770.

MacEnerny, Macnoyerhyne, Laurence, vicar of Clonloghan, to be also vicar of Kilnasoolagh, 131.

Maceravan (recte Maccrauan). See Maccrawan, Donald.

Maceray, Macerayg. See Magrath.

Macfergail, John, late vicar of Grange of Molusk, 533.

MacGarry, Mekarryg, Cormac, lord of part of the parish of Inishannon, petition of, 428, 429.

-, Mackarraydh, Malachy, to be rector of Kildrum, 699.

-, Macari, Machari, Makarrig, Thady, about to be provided to the bishopric of Ross, absolution etc. of, 783, 784.

-, -, provision of, 743.

-, -, [bishop-] elect of Ross, petition of, 748.

-, -, de facto bishop of Ross, admonition of, 143.

-, -, abettors of, 143.

-, Macarryg, Thady, a canon of Cork and prebendary of Carrigaline, to hold the rectories of Rathclarin and Burren united to his prebend, 70.

-, Macharyg, Thady, lord of Desmond, presentation made by, 108.

MacGauran, Machgamrugan, Magamrugan, Magauran, Cormac, prior of Drumlane, sometime vicar of Templeport, 298.

-, -, prior of Drumlane, intended to be provided to the see of Kilmore, dispensation for, 277.

-, -, to be bishop of Kilmore, 154.

-, -, faculty for the consecration of, 154.

-, -, oath of, 154 note.

-, -, bishop of Ardagh, union dissolved by, 65.

-, Magamuran, Edmund, to have a monastery in the diocese of Meath, 866.

-, Machgamrugain, Niolanus, to be vicar of Templeport, 298.

Macgayn, Cornelius, sometime vicar of Killursa, 196.

Macghicayn. See MacEgan, Odo.

MacGibbon, Margibon, William, de facto chancellor of Cork, 422.

Macgilabrid. See Macgillabride, Eamon.

MacGilfoyle, Makildafuli, Aulanus, rector of Kiltrinan, 65.

-, Macgillaphoyll, Macgyllapoll, Cornelius, to be received as a canon of, and to be prior of Seirkieran, and to be vicar commendatary of Modreeny, 129.

-, -, prior of Sierkieran, death of, 188.

-, Magilafulid, Fergal, a litigant for the vicarage of Kiltoghert, 65.

-, Magoillasulid, Thady, to be rector of the united parish churches in Muinter-Eolays, 344.

Macgilheinan, Robert, late prior of Muckamore, 370.

Macgillabride, Macgilabrid, Eamon, rector of Clondavaddog, charges against, 112, 113.

-, Magillabridi, John, de facto dean of Londonderry, sometime vicar of Fahan Upper, rehabilitation etc. of, 643.

-, Macgillabhride, John, to be rector of Moville, 604.

Macgillachanayn, William, de facto vicar of Kilmoylan, 399.

-, - See also Ogillahanayn.

Macgillage alias Ogallembair, Ogalleribair, Fergollus, late vicar of Drumhome, 17.

Macgillanath. See Macgillavanach, John.

Macgillanei, John, de facto abbot of Newry, 601.

Macgillapadraig, Macgillapadrig, Macgyllypideyg, Miczillapadryg, Dermit, sometime rector of Clondegad, 503.

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

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

-, Dermit, to be an Augustinian canon of Canon Island, 605, 606.

-, -, to be abbot of Canon Island, 606.

-, -, blessing of, 606.

-, -, oath of fealty of, 606.

-, Mauricius alias Maurus ancanonical abbot of Canon Island, 606.

-, Magvilla Padrit, William, to have a rectory in the diocese of Killaloe, 895.

Macgillaphoyll. See MacGilfoyle, Cornelius.

Macgillaruayd, Maycgillaruayd, Donatus, vicar of Fuerty, to be received as an Augustinian canon of Roscommon and to be prior of Roscommon and to retain his vicarage in commendam, 413.

-, Macgillaroyd, Machyillaroyd, John, a canon of Elphin, papal mandatary, 301.

-, -, late a canon of Elphin, and prebendary of Fuerty, 94.

-, -, late a canon of Elphin, and prebendary of Fuerty and Kilconmata, 534.

Macgillavanach, Macgillauanach, Denis, archdeacon of Kilmacduagh, a litigant for the same, 327, 328, 329.

-, -, late rector of Oranmore, 354.

-, Maigillauanach, Donald, a litigant for the vicarage of Ballynacourty, 390.

-, -, sometime vicar of Ballynacourty, 310.

-, Macgillanath, Macgyllanacht, John, a canon of Annaghdown, papal mandatary, 90, 93.

-, Macgillauanach, Macgillauneach, Machillavanach, Maurice, to be vicar of Skreen, 12.

-, -, a canon of Kilmacduagh and prebendary of Tarramud, to be also vicar of Ballynacourty, 310, 311.

-, -, proctor of, 311.

-, -, sometime vicar of Ballynacourty and a canon and prebendary of Kilmacduagh, to be rector of Oranmore, 354.

-, -, sometime rector of Oranmore, 56.

-, Macgillauaneach, Thady, sometime vicar of Skreen, 12.

-, Micgillanomach, Thomas, sometime vicar of Ardrahan and a canon of Kilmacduagh, 340.

-, Maigillauanath, Thomas, to be vicar of Ballynacourty, 390.

-, -, de facto vicar of Ballynacourty, 152, 153.

Macgillecuasta, Thady, absolution for, 184.

Macgillissarta, Margillissarta, Nicholas, late rector of Cloony, 132.

Macglyn, David, a canon of Tuam, papal mandatary, 154.

Macgorechdait, Magorechdan, Edmund, a canon of Killala, papal mandatary, 755.

-, -, provision of, 904.

Macgorman, Macorinayn, Macorman, John, de facto rector of Drumcliff, 719.

-, -, to be rector of Drumcliff and vicar of Kylsernil, 377.

-, Macorman, Macormayn, Thady, de facto vicar of Drumcliff, 145.

-, -, to be rector of Drumcliff [and] Kilmaley and vicar of Drumcliff, 392.

-, -, vicar of Drumcliff, to be a portionary in the church of Scattery Island called Moynwor, 703.

-, -, a kinsman of Matthew [Ogriffa], bishop of Killaloe, de facto vicar of Drumcliff, 715.

Macgranteor (?), John, vicar of Easky, charge against, 297, 298.

Macgrayllyd. See Magrallayd.

Macgum (recte) Macginn). See Maginn, Donald.

MacGurk, Maccuarta, Maccuharka, Maccuharta, Macuorta, Niallanus, rector of Bovevagh, to be also rector of Bodoney, 11.

-, -, a canon of Londonderry, papal mandatary, 285, 618.

-, -, a canon of Kildare (sic), papal mandtary, 303.

Macgyan. See Maginn.

Macgyllaedy, Matthew, a canon of Kilfenora, papal mandatary, 834.

Macgyllanacht. See Macgillavanach, John.

Macgyllapoll. See MacGilfoyle, Cornelius.

Macgyllypideyg. See Macgillapadraig, Dermit.

Machaedk. See MacArdle.

Machaegaun, Machaeghan. See Mac-Egan.

Machafthreygh. See Maccaffry, Florence.

Machagyrr, John, sometime vicar of Termonmaguirk, to be a chaplain in the church of Clogher, 395, 396.

Machahastiy. See Macathassaid.

Machalanam, Donatus, litigant for the vicarage of Kilmoylan, 482, 483. Cf. also Machenchard.

Machaire Ratha Luraich, (i.e. Maghera, co. Londonderry). See Rathlure.

Machamayl. See Mackamail.

Macharayl. See Mackarlayd.

Machardich, Donald, an Augustinian canon of Gill Abbey, Cork, to be abbot of the same, 125, 126.

-, -, blessing of, 126.

Machari. See MacGarry, Thady.

Macharmaych. See Mackarmaye, Thomas.

Machartayn. See Mackartayn.

Macharyg. See MacGarry, Thady, lord of Desmond.

Machaycayn, Phelim, vicar of Aghadoe, charges against, 651, 652.

Machayid, Maghaid, Carbricus, prior of Aughrim, resignation of, 121.

-, Donald, a canon of Armagh, papal mandatary, 665.

Machbressem. See Macbressim, William.

Machbryan, Machbryen. See Macbrien.

Machealally, Donald, to become a religious, 876.

Machc[a]llachain, Cornelius, de facto vicar of Moviddy, 765.

Macheanath. See Mahoonagh.

Machedian, Machydian, Charles, uncanonical vicar of Kiltrustan, 19.

-, Cristinus, late vicar of Kiltrustan, 19.

-, -, son of. See Machedian, Charles.

Machee, Keruallus, uncanonical rector of Bordwell, 773.

Machenchard, Donatus, to be vicar of Kilmoylan, 399. Cf. also Machalanam.

MacHenry, Macqhenri, Philip, a canon of Elphin, papal mandatary, 814.

Macherawan, Macherun. See Maccrawan.

Machgamrugain, Machgamrugan. See MacGauran.

Machiarnan, John, vicar of Kildallan, charges against, 441.

Machillavanach. See Macgillavanach, Maurice.

Machinkuaig. See MacConky, Andrew.

Machkan. See MacEgan, Carbricus.

Machlamche (recte Machlanche). See Maclanchy, John.

Machmaelmartain. See Macmulmartin.

Machmahma, Machmahona. See MacMahon.

Machmiloyd. See MacMulloyd, Hubert.

Machmohona. See MacMahon, Donatus.

Machmusloyd. See MacMulloyd, William.

Mach[na]mara. See Macnamara, John.

Machnamarra. See Maenamara, Maithew Machsidydun.

Machochlan. See Macloughlin, James.

Machoeid. See Machoyd.

Macholan, Eugenius, a canon of Cloyne, papal mandatary, 476, 507.

-, Macholayn, Eugenius, to be dean of Clonmacnoise, 521.

Machonichwyr, Bernard, late rector of Clogherbrien, 185.

Machomari (recte Macho[n]mara). See Macnamara, John son of Matthew.

Machonarric (?), Maurice, to be vicar of Nohaval, 107.

Machonmara. See Macnamara, John son of Thady.

Machonnchur. See MacConnor, John.

Machorinan, Thady, vicar of Drumcliff, grant to, 711.

Machostigin, John, to be rector of the united churches of Aghaboe and Bordwell, 773.

Machoyd, Macuoyd, Machoeid, Gerald, a canon of Cloyne, papal mandatary, 162, 174, 399.

-, -, a canon of Cloyne, executor of a papal mandate, 44.

Machray. See Magrath, Thomas.

Machsidydun. See Macnamara, Matthew.

Machulid. See Moycullen.

Machydian. See Machedian.

Machyillaroyd. See Macgillaroyd, John.

Machynnaglay, Bernard, late vicar of Killanummery, 417.

-, Machynnoglay, Cormac, to be vicar of Killanummery, 417.

Maciagh. See Magrath, Donatus.

Macineruli (?), John, de facto vicar of Omey, 93.

Mackaeghayn. See MacEgan, Constantine.

Mackahan, Dermit, a litigant for the vicarage of Kilrush and a portionary of Scattery Island, sometime vicar of Knockgraffon, to be vicar of Kilfearagh and sacrist of Scattery Island, 680, 681.

-, Makahan, Thady, a pensioner upon the fruits of Moynwor, 703.

Mackahul, Arthur, a canon of Londonderry, papal mandatary, 11.

Mackamail, Machamayl, Marckanull, Thomas, a canon of Armagh and prebendary of Clonfeacle, rehabilitation of, 57.

-, -, sometime a canon of Armagh and prebendary of Clonfeacle, 795.

-, Mackamyll, Thomas, a canon and dean of Londonderry, to be received as an Augustinian canon of SS. Peter and Paul, Armagh, 603.

-, -, to be abbot of SS. Peter and Paul, Armagh, 603.

-, -, blessing of, 603.

Mackarag, Donald, de facto rector of Killymard, 760.

Mackarlayd, Macharayl, Roger, a canon of Annaghdown, papal mandatary, 653, 695.

-, Malraralyd, Rory (? Roger), a canon of Annaghdown, papal mandatary, 700.

Mackarmayc, Patrick, a canon of Raphoe, papal mandatary, 512.

-, Macharmaych, Thomas, a canon of Raphoe, papal mandatary, 161.

Mackarraydh. See MacGarry, Malachy.

Mackartayn, Makartayn, Donald, a canon of Annaghdown, papal mandatary, 440, 441.

-, Machartayn, Donald, vicar of Lackagh, charges against, 153.

Mackasyn, John, late rector of Ardkeen, 161.

-, Patrick, de facto rector of Ardkeen, 162.

Mackayn, Dermit, de facto vicar of Kilrush, 612.

Mackillcacan, Marianus, de facto a canon of Killala and prebendary of Killanly, 121.

Macklainche. See Maclanchy, Maurus.

Mackyles’, John, to be vicar of Inverchaolain, 172.

Mackyuaractha, Dermit, de facto vicar of Kilmurry, 619.

Maclaclaind (i.e. Macloughlin), William. See Obuigill.

Maclanchy, Machlamche, Maklanige, Maklanyge, John, prior of Adare (Trinitarian Friars), charges against, 43.

-, -, unfounded charges against, 529.

-, -, petition of, 529.

-, -, death of, 162.

-, Macclanche, Maclanki, John, vicar of Adare, to be also rector of Croom, 36.

-, -, provided to the rectory of Croom, resignation of, 392.

-, Macclanche, Maclannacayd, John, a canon of Limerick, papal mandatary, 86, 856.

-, Macklainche, Maurus, vicar of Askeaton, to be also rector of Dromeryn, 856.

Macloughlin, Makcladean, Donald, de facto vicar of Churchtown (or Bruhenny), 576.

-, Machochlan, James, to be vicar of Wheery, 49, 50.

-, Maewokaelayn, Maurice, to have a vicarage in the diocese of Clonfert, 891.

-, Maglachalayn, Patrick, sometime vicar of Aghalurcher, 774.

-, Maclaclaind, William. See Obuigill.

Maclovien[sis]. See St. Malo.

Macmachona, Macmachuna. See Macmahon.

Macmaclleachlain alias Odompnall, Eneas, de facto vicar of Clondavaddog, 760.

Macmaelmactain, Macmaelmartin. See Macmulmartin.

Macmaginiss. See MacManus.

Macmaghuna. See Macmahon.

Macmagnussa. See MacManus.

Macmahon, Machmahma, Macmachona Macmachuna, Macumahuna, Dermit, vicar of Kilkeedy, to be dean of Limerick, 397, 398.

-, -, provided to the deanery of Limerick, 44.

-, -, sometime a canon and prebendary of Limerick, a litigant for the deanery of Limerick, 451, 452.

-, -, to be dean of Limerick, 452.

-, -, sentence against, 452.

-, -, a claimant to the deanery of Limerick, 659.

-, Machmohona, Macmahona, M[a]cMathona, Macmohona, Macmothona, Donatus, a claimant to a canonry of Killaloe and the prebend of Tomgraney, 71.

-, -, to be a canon of Killaloe and prebendary of Inniscattery, 127, 128.

-, -, to be a canon of Killaloe and prebendary of Inniscattery with the vicarage of Kilrush united thereto, 612.

-, -, de facto holding portion of the fruits of a canonry of Killaloe and the prebend of Inniscattery, 149, 150.

-, -, a canon of Killaloe, papal mandatary, 680.

-, Macmaghuna, James, usurper of the fruits of the rectory of Clones, 580.

-, -, son of. See Macmahon, Philip.

-, Nigrmcmahuma (recte Ing[en] micmahuna), Joan, dispensed to marry, 316.

-, Macmahinia, Malachy, to be a vicar in the diocese of Clogher, 865.

-, Macmaghuna, Macmathua, Philip, a canon and prebendary of Clogher, petition of, 579.

-, -, union of the rectory of Clones to the prebend of, 580.

-, -, to be a vicar in the diocese of Clogher, 867.

-, -, father of. See Macmahon, James.

MacManus, Macmaginiss, Macmagnussa, Charles, a canon of Clogher, papal mandatary, 667, 773.

-, Macmnussa, Murianus, a canon of Elphin, papal mandatary, 814.

Macmarcayd, Peter, sometime a canon of Clogher and prebendary of Muckno, 575.

Macmarhynyd. See Odymasayl.

M[a]cMathona. See Macmahon, Donatus.

Macmetuli, John, de facto vicar of Omey, 422, 423.

Macmnussa. See MacManus.

Macmohona. See Macmahon.

Macmolayn, William, intruded vicar of Moyrus, 387.

Macmothona. See Macmahon.

MacMulloyd, Machmiloyd, Hubert, to be vicar of Silvia, 92.

-, Machmusloyd, William, vicar of Silvia, charges against, 92.

Macmulmartin, Machmaelmartain, Macmaelmartin, Mahulmartayn, John, a canon of Kilmore, papal mandatary, 298, 361, 372.

-, Macmaelmactain (?), John, rector of Urny, co. Cavan, charge against, 173.

-, -, son of, 173.

Macmulroy, Malachy, late rector of Muintir-Eolays, 443.

Macm[u?]rcyrin, Cornelius, de facto vicar of Kilmacallan, 89.

Macmurhyrtay, Thomas, rector of Tachshinny and de facto dean of Ardagh, 444.

Macnamam. See Macnamara, John son of Thady.

Macnamara, Cornelius, late vicar of Killeely, 307, 308.

-, alias Cunoa, Menamara alias Cuynea, Cornelius son of Thady, to be precentor of Killaloe with the vicarage of Inishcaltra united thereto, 654, 655.

-, -, precentor of Killaloe and vicar of Inishcaltra, to have the vicarage of Clooney united to the precentorship, 655, 656.

-, -, petition of, 654.

-, Donald, dispensed to marry, 890.

-, Miconmara, Donatus, sometime vicar of Kilnasoolagh, 754.

-, -, proctor of. See Ogriffa, Laurence.

-, Macconmara, Mach[na]mara, Macnamari, Macnamary, John, a canon of Killaloe, papal mandatary, 754.

-, -, a canon of Killaloe and prebendary of Tulla, charges against, 333, 334.

-, -, to have a rectory in the diocese of Killaloe, 875.

-, Machnamara, John son of Cornelius, to be a canon of Killaloe, 881.

-, Macconmara, Machomari, Maconmarra, John son of Matthew, John Mathei, de facto rector of Clonloghan, 126, 127.

-, -, to be a canon of Killaloe and prebendary of Occosyn, with the rectory of Clonlea annexed, 753.

-, -, charges made by, 134.

-, Macnamary, John son of Rory, tithes assigned to, 334.

-, Machonmara, Macnamam, Macnomara, Micnamara, John son of Thady, to be a canon of Killaloe and prebendary of Tulla with the vicarage of Tulla annexed, 333, 334.

-, -, a canon of Killaloe, papal mandatary, 57, 131, 149 (bis), 155, 195, 658, 702.

-, -, sentence of, 128.

-, Machnamarra, Maeromaria, Mycnamara, Matthew Macfida (? recte Macsida), Matthew Machsidydun, Matthew Mayida, to be vicar of Killokennedy, 149, 603.

-, -, priory of nuns erected into a priory of men for, 914.

-, Maconmarra, Odo, to be rector of Clonloghan, 126.

-, Maccomara, Odo alias James, to be rector of the united parish churches of Quin and Ogashin, 302, 303.

-, Odo son of Donald, to be vicar of Kilnasoolagh, 149.

-, M[a]cNamara, Thady, archdeacon of Killaloe, sometime a canon of Killaloe and prebendary of Tulla, 333.

-, -, death of, 71.

-, Thady, late rector of the united parish churches of Quin and Ogashin, 302.

-, Macconmara, Thady son of Matthew, treasurer of Killaloe, to have the vicarages of Kilfinaghta and Clonlea united to his dignity, 843.

Macneil, Magneyll, Nimeas, a canon of Tuam, papal mandatary, 151.

-, Micneil alias Ybigoneayn, Thomas, vicar of Caher, co. Kerry, to be also vicar of Kildacom, 510.

Macnomara. See Macnamara, John son of Thady.

Macnoyerhyne. See MacEnerny.

Macolaen, Matthew, vicar of Clooney, charges against, 655.

Macoman (? Macnamara), Donatus, to to be treasurer of Killaloe, 904.

Mâcon, Matisconen[sis], [Saône-et-Loire, France], bishop of, papal mandatary, 364.

-, diocese of, place in. See Cluny.

Maconmarra. See Macnamara, Odo.

Macorinayn, Macorman, Macormayn. See Macgorman.

Macosquin, de Clarofonte, [co. Londonderry], Cistercian abbey of St. Mary, abbot of, papal mandatary, 48, 423, 437.

-, -, Henry late abbot of. See Olonan.

-, -, Maurice abbot of. See O'Cane.

-, -, Raymond de facto abbot of. See O'Donnell.

-, -, monks of. See O'Cane, Maurice; O'Donnell, Raymond.

Macostellua. See MacCostello, Richard.

Macqhenri. See MacHenry.

Macrach. See Magrath.

Macracubayn, Thomas, to be vicar of the united vicarages of Killoscobe and Abbeyknockmoy, 741.

Macrannan, Macravan, Macrawan. See Maccrawan.

Macray, Ludovicus, a Friar Preacher, licensed to build a house for his order at Glenworth, 433.

Macraynaill, Cormac, a canon of Ardagh, papal mandatary, 621.

Macregnet, Roger, a monk of Fore and de facto prior of the same, 171.

Macruicsayn, Micruicsayn, Gerald son of Gerald, to be archdeacon of Limerick, 285. See also Geraldinis, Gerald son of Gerald de.

Macserryd, Michstarrid, Cornelius, an Augustinian canon, de facto abbot of Ballysadare, 179.

-, -, to have a monastery in the diocese of Achonry, 904.

Macullach, Donald, archdeacon of Ross, formerly a canon of Ross and prebendary of Kincardine, 85.

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

Macumahuna. See Macmahon, Dermit.

Macuorinyla, Micuorinyla, John, sometime a canon of Cashel and prebendary of Killardry and Cloonfinglass, 767.

Macuorta (recte Macuorca). See Mac-Gurk.

Macuoyd. See Machoyd.

Macurwart, John, late archdeacon of Down, 26.

Macwokaclayn. See Maeloughlin, Maurice.

Macybreynn, Macybremin, Cornelius, late vicar of Kilmacallan, 89.

Macysoc, John, late vicar of Kilclonfert, 28.

Madderty, co. Perth. See Inchaffray.

Madoc alias Wenllok, Thomas ap Jeuan, vicar of St. Mary, Llanblethian, dispensation to, 589.

Madour, Patrick, abbot of Newbattle, absolution for, 324.

-, -, death of, 331.

Madras. See Moyrus.

Maegawr. See Magowry.

Maegayn. See Macgayn, Odo.

Maeiagh (recte Macragh). See Magrath, Donatus.

Maelfergmal, Dermit, to be sacrist of a monastery in the diocese of Elphin, 866.

Maeromaria. See Macnamara, Matthew Macfida.

Magamrugan, Magauran. See Mac-Gauran, Cormac.

Magamuran. See MacGauran, Edmund.

Magayn, Mageayn. See Maginn.

Magbradaid. See Macbrady.

Magbrayer. See Macbrayer, Michael.

Magfynnealba, Magfynneauba. See Manulla.

Maggio , abbey de, diocese of Limerick. See Monasteranenagh.

Maghaid. See Machayid, Carbricus.

Maghbile alias Nouuport. See Moville.

Maghera, Machaire Ratha Luraich, [co. Londonderry]. See Rathlure.

-, St. Lurach of, 398 note.

Magheracloone, Magruolan, [co. Monaghan], chapel at, vicarage of, 810.

Magheracross, Macayrenacruce, [co. Fermanagh and Tyrone], vicarage of, 774, 775.

Maghyad, Alanus, de facto vicar of Kilcoona, 674.

Maggynn. See Maginn, Patrick.

Magilafulid. See MacGilfoyle, Fergal.

Magillabridi. See Macgillabride, John.

Magillarinan, Patrick, an Augustinian canon of Muckamore, of the order of St. Victor, to be rector of Ballymartin and vicar of Grange of Molusk and of Grange of Ballywalter, 533.

Maginn, Magayn, Celerius, intruded vicar of Ballydeloughy, 66.

-, Macgum, Donald, a canon of Dromore, papal mandatary, 601.

-, Magynn, Donald, to be rector of Invermore, 537.

-, Magny, Donald, to have a monastery in the diocese of Clogher, 910.

-, Magynd, John, to be a canon of Dromore and prebendary of Dromara, 82.

-, -, a canon of Dromore, bargain made by, 35.

-, -, two sons of, also canons of Dromore, 35.

-, Magynd, Magynn, Mark (Marcus), reservation of a benefice for, 547.

-, -, a canon of Dromore, papal mandatary, 141.

-, Macgyan, Mageayn, Patrick, parceller of Kindchade, to be archdeacon of Down, 26.

-, -, de facto archdeacon of Down, 313.

-, Magynn, Patrick, a canon of Dromore, papal mandatary, 141.

-, Maghynn, Megind, Patrick, farmer of the rectories of Clonduff and Drumgooland, 513.

-, -, to be rector of Kilkeel, 538.

-, Macgyan, Patrick, to be rector of Ardkeen, 161.

-, Macgyan, Robert, 313.

-, Macgyan, Thomas, 313.

-, Macgyan, William, 313.

Magio , abbey de, diocese of Limerick. See Monasteranenagh.

Magio , abbey de, diocese of Tuam. See Mayo.

Magkulin. See Moycullen.

Maglachalayn. See Macloughlin, Patrick.

Maglasscerig, Meglasscerig, Feregalus, late vicar of Ballydeloughy, 66.

Maglon, David, vicar of Belclare, charges against, 438.

Magneyll. See Macneil, Nimeas.

Magny. See Maginn, Donald.

Magoillasulid. See MacGilfoyle, Thady.

Magonel, Nemeas. See Ocarneayn.

Magorachtaige, Charles, a canon of Elphin, papal mandatary, 412.

-, Magorreachdaig, Magonius, vicar of Taghboy, charge against, 302.

Magorechdan. See Macgorechdait.

Magourney, co. Cork. See Kilcolman.

Magowry, Maegawr, [co. Tipperary], vicarage of, 185.

Magraggnayll. See Magranauyll, Cornelius.

Magrallayd, Macgrayllyd, Patrick, an Augustinian canon of Clontuskert and vicar commendatary of Killaan, charges against, 157, 158.

-, -, to be also vicar of Kylhalaghtan, 377.

Magranauyll, Magraggnayll, Cornelius, vicar of Kiltoghert, to be restored to the rectory of Kiltrinan, 65.

-, -, vicar of Kiltoghert, to hold the rectory of Muintir-Eolays united thereto, 96.

-, -, to have a rectory in the diocese of Ardagh, 894.

-, Magranayll, Odo, late prior of Mohill, 388, 607.

Magrareachdayd, Odo, reservation of a benefice for collation to, 794.

Magrath, Macrach, Donatus (1), an Augustinian canon of Clare, to be rector of Cloony, 131, 132.

-, Maciagh, Macrach, Maeiagh, Donatus (2), vicar of Killofin, to be an Augustinian canon of Clare, 376.

-, -, vicar of Killofin and rector of Ogormuck, to be abbot of Clare and vicar commendatary of Killofin, 376.

-, -, sometime vicar of Killofin, 388.

-, -, proctor substituted of. See Roche, John.

-, Metrahy, Donatus (3), rector of Drumcliff [and] Kilmaley, and dean of Cloyne, charges against, 391, 392.

-, Macaray, Macerayg, Donatus (4), late a canon of Killaloe and prebendary of Clondagad, 520.

-, -, late a canon of Killaloe and prebendary of Inniscattery, 612.

-, Maceray, Eugenius, de facto prior of Caher, 324.

-, Matthew (1), bishop of Clonfert, to be abbot commendatary of Clare, 841, 842.

-, -, oath of fealty etc., of, 842.

-, -, admonition by, 770.

-, -, charges made by, 195.

-, -, faculty to, 91.

-, -, sometime abbot of Clare, 376.

-, Macrach, Matthew (2), an Augustinian canon of Clare, intruded abbot of the same, 376.

-, Nellanus, to be rector of Templecarn, 667.

-, Mechrat, Philip, late vicar of Loughrea, 835.

-, Thady, bishop of Killaloe, sometime vicar (or rector) of Clondagad, 131, 502, 503.

-, Machray, Thomas, an Augustinian canon of Clare, to be vicar of Loughrea, 835.

Magrayd. See Ballynacourty, co. Galway.

Magriis (? recte Maginis), Philip, archdeacon of Clogher, 877.

Magruairc, Rory, prior of Kilkenny West, charges against, 508.

Magruolan. See Magheracloone.

Maguile. See Moville.

Maguire, Magygyr, James, to be a canon of Clogher, 881.

-, Roger, bishop of Clogher, prebend erected by, 575.

-, -,resignation of, 472.

-, Magwgye, Thomas, to be a canon of Clogher and prebendary of Devenish, and also prior of the collegiate church of Devenish, 700.

Magunacclay, in the diocese of Clonfert, rectory of, 764.

Magunde. See Moviddy.

Magunssinan, Bernard, a canon of Clogher, papal mandatary, 774.

Magvilla Padrit (recte Maguillapadrie). See Maegillapadraig, William.

Magwgye. See Maguire, Thomas.

Magygyr. See Maguire, James.

Magynd, Magynn. See Maginn.

Magyo abbey de , diocese of Limerick. See Monasteranenagh.

Magyo abbey de , diocese of Tuam. See Mayo.

Mahoonagh, Macheanath, Mochownach, Moythownath, [co. Limerick], rectory of, 76, 123, 124, 809.

Mahulmartayn. See Macmulmartin.

Maigillauanach, Maigillauanath. See Macgillavanach.

Maikeallikan alias Ocrumyn, David, layman, capture and execution of, 858.

Mailacha. See Moylough.

Mai(n)niton. See Manton.

Mainz, [Germany], diocese of, place in. See Erfurt.

Maio , abbey de, diocese of Limerick. See Monasteranenagh.

Maio, abbey of, in the diocese of Tuam. See Mayo.

Maior, John, a brother of the hospital of St. John the Baptist, Wells, dispensation to, 585.

Maioricen[sis] corrected into Moraunien[sis] 732 note.

Mairos. See Mares.

Majhou. See Mayew, Richard.

Makahan. See Mackahan, Thady.

Makanr, Dougal, late prior of Oransay, 325.

Makarrig. See MacGarry, Thady.

Makartayn. See Mackartayn.

Makassaid. See Macathassaid.

Makeladean. See Maeloughlin, Donald.

Makewyn, Andrew, to be chaplain of St. Mary the Virgin in the parish church of St. Martin, Whiteherne, 599.

Makildafuli. See MacGilfoyle, Aulanus.

Maklanige, Maklanyge. See Maclanchy.

Maklennoquhy, Thomas, a canon of Dunbar and prebendary of Dunse, pension to be paid by, 844, 845.

-, -, proctor of. See Altissen, master Peter.

Makyncardi, John, to be rector of Minnigaff, 295.

Malannha , Insula de. See Molana.

Malacardi, Malocardi, Antony, keeper of the register of the bulls of Sixtus IV, indexes transcribed by, 865 note, 887 note.

-, -, title page of indexes transcribed by, missing, 900 note, 909 note.

Malcolin. See Moycullen.

Malde, Richard, dispensation to, 908.

Malefaunt, Edmund, lord of St. Georges, indult to, 550.

-, -, Margaret his wife, 550.

Malerey, Richard, petition of, and dispensation to, 488.

Malison, Malyssone, John, vicar of Bourtie, absolution etc. of, 848, 849.

-, John, rector of Stobo, dispensation to, 213.

Mallachimona. See Mullaghnoney.

Malleacen[sis]. See St. Malo.

Malling, South, Sowth M[a]llyng, Suthmallynge, Suthmalyngge, [co. Sussex], parochial and collegiate church, vicarage in. See Ringmer.

-, letters dated at, 114, 115.

Mallow, Moille, [co. Cork], rectory of, 393, 404.

Malmesbury, Malmesburi, [co. Wilts], Benedictine abbey, John abbot of. See Aylee.

-, -, abbots of, pension to be paid by, 668.

-, -, monk of. See Calne, John.

-, parish church of St. Paul, vicarage of, 596.

Malocardi. See Malacardi.

Malraralyd (? recte Makaralyd). See Mackarlayd.

Malvarnia minor . See Malvern, Little.

Malvern, Freat, [co. Worcester], Benedictine priory of SS. Mary and Michael the Archangel, Richard prior of. See Dene.

-, -, canon of. See Dene, Richard.

Malvern, Little, junioris (recte minoris) Malvarnie, [co. Wigorn.], Benedictine priory of St. Giles, monk of. See Wittysham, John.

Malyssone. See Malison.

Manchester, Mamcestre, Mamcestria, Mancestria, [co. Lancaster], collegiate church, John sometime warden or master of. See Bothe.

-, -, John late warden of. See Huntyngdon.

-, -, Ralph warden or master of. See Longley.

-, -, Roger sometime warden of. See Radeliff.

-, -, patron of, 320.

-, lord of the place of, 320.

Mandeville, Mandewyl, Maundevyll, Edmund, precentor of Lismore, sometime official general of Robert [Poer,] late bishop of Waterford and Lismore, a papal acolyte, pension for, 40.

-, -, death of, 756.

-, Manderuiil, John, to be vicar of Ardmore, 699–700.

-, Mandewyl, Walter, de facto precentor of Lismore and rector (archpriest) of Dungarvan, 756.

-, Mondywell, William, to be archdeacon of Lismore, and a canon of Lismore and prebendary of Tullaghorton, 682.

Manelli , Julius, register rubricated by, 633 note.

Manerber. See Manorbier.

Maniis, John, rector of Little Oakley, dispensation to, 728.

Manne, Richard, rector of Aythorpe Roding, dispensation to, 397.

Manni (or Mauni), Nicholas, a brother of the Hospital of the English, Rome, 882.

Manni de Castello, Nicholas, proctor of John Falconer, 567.

Mannyngham, Manyngham, Manynghan, John, vicar of St. Margaret, Lowestoft, brother of. See Mannyngham, Oliver infra.

-, -, dispensations to, 20, 37.

-, -, father of, 38.

-, -, grant to, 409, 410, 410 note.

-, -, mother of, 37.

-, Oliver, lord of Stoke Poges, indult to, 551.

-, Oliver, knight, brother of John Mannyngham, 410.

Manoasce’ (?), bajulivius of, 256 note.

Manorbier, Manerber, [co. Pembroke], rectory of, 494.

Manser, Richard, dispensation to, 893.

Manton, Mai(n)niton, [co. Lincoln], rectory of, 489.

Manulla, Magfynnealba, Magfynneauba, Maynnulu, Muynuala, Sclanpadraig, [co. Mayo], rectory of the rural lands of, 739, 741.

-, rectory of Balla, called the rectory of, 458.

-, vicarage of, 295.

Manyngham, Manynghan. See Mannyngham.

Manypeny. See Moneypenny.

March, earl of. See Edward IV.

Marchall. See Marshall.

Marcharthy, Marchati. See MacCarthy.

Marchionibus de Monticulo, Maria Franciscus de, papal nuncio etc. to Scotland, commission to, 6.

Marckanull. See Mackamail.

Marcs. See Mares.

Mardowel (recte Macdowel). See MacDowell, Gilbert.

Mares, Mairos, Marcs, Marees, Marreis, Maurees, Edmund, a canon of Cashel, papal mandatary, 95, 185, 534, 619.

-, -, a canon of Cashel and prebendary of Crohane, to be also dean of Cashel, 54.

-, -, petition of, 54.

-, -, a canon of Cashel, claim of, to the deanery of the same, 638.

-, -, a canon of Cashel and prebendary of Crohane and a canon of Ossory, to be received as an Augustinian canon of Athassel and to be prior of the same, 193.

Marescalli , Johannes, a canon of Saintes, rector of a church in the diocese of Saintes and succentor of Saintes, 195 note.

-, -, papal mandatary, 195 note.

Marescalli alias de Scotia, John, indult to, 194.

Margaret, queen of Scots, John Cant, chaplain of, 645.

-, indult to, 212.

Margaret, duchess of Burgundy, Robert Camell alias Coppyinghe, confessor etc. of, 384.

Margaue, Malachy, a canon of Armagh, papal mandatary, 665.

Margibon (recte Macgibon). See Mac-Gibbon.

Margillissarta. See Macgillissarta.

Marhamchurch, Marwynchirche, [co. Cornwall], rectory of, 725.

Marihalle. See St. Mary Hall.

Markby, Markeby, [co. Lincoln], Augustinian priory of St. Peter, prior and convent of, petition of, 445.

-, -, canon of. See Wyntryngham, William.

-, -, chapel of St. Laurence in, feast of the dedication of, 446.

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

-, -, -, relic in and miracles worked at, 446.

-, -, church of, indulgence to persons visiting and giving alms to, 445, 446.

-, -, feast of the dedication of, 445.

Marlowe, John, abbot of Bermondsey, commissary of John Candour, official of Rochester, sentence of, 458.

Marnoch (formerly Aberchirder), Aberkirdor, [co. Banff], vicarage of, 506.

Marre. See Mure.

Marreis. See Mares.

Marrok, strait of. See Gibraltar.

Marscal, Marschal, Marschall, Marschat. See Marshall.

Marsden, Gilbert, a canon and prior elect of Bolton Abbey, 46.

Marsh, John, rector of Fawley, dispensation to, 517.

Marshall, Marchall, John, petition of, 484.

-, John, [bishop-]elect of Llandaff, a canon and prebendary of Lincoln, dispensation to, 586.

-, -, Isabel late wife of, 484.

-, -, Joan wife of, sometime wife of Thomas Ranson, 484.

-, -, -, daughter of, 484.

-, Marchall, Richard, a monk of Pontefract, dispensation to, 491.

-, Merschall, Thomas, to be a regular preceptor in the diocese of St. Andrews, 866.

-, Marchall, Thomas, rector of Faringdon, dispensation to, 726.

-, Marschal, Marschat, William, a member of the household of Julian [de Ruvere] cardinal priest of St. Peter ad Vencula, provided to the vicarage of Bathgate, resignation of, 459.

-, -, a member of the pope's household, dispensation to, 236.

-, Marschall, William, prior of Easton, dispensation to, 837.

-, Marschall, William, a litigant for the vicarage of Galston, pension assigned to, 346, 347.

-, -, proctor of. See Marschall, William infra.

-, Marschall, William, proctor of William Marschall supra, 347.

-, Marscal, William, a litigant for the vicarage of Innerleithen, 63.

-, -, to have rectories in the dioceses of Glasgow and St. Andrews, 896 (bis).

Marsico, Marsican[us], [Italy], bishop of, papal mandatary, 343.

Martellis, Anthony de, a citizen and merchant of Florence, 235.

Marthweyge (? recte Macchweyge), Henry, to have a rectory in the diocese of Armagh, 895.

Martin, co. Hants. See Tidpit.

Martin V. pope, bull of, referred to, 292.

-, mandate of, mentioned, 465.

-, money derived from indulgences granted by, 52.

-, privileges granted by, 278 note (bis).

-, privileges granted by, confirmed, 217.

-, sentences against simoniacs renewed by, 355, 394, 411, 514, 566, 652, 848 (bis).

Martin, John, dispensation to, 891.

-, Richard, archdeacon of Hereford, to be bishop of St. Davids, 743.

-, -, [bishop-] elect of St. Davids, a canon of Hereford and prebendary of Moreton on Lugg, and archdeacon of Hereford, dispensation to, 749.

-, -, faculty for the consecration of, 743.

-, -, oath etc. of, 743.

-, -, bishop of St. Davids, death of, 826.

-, Martini, Richard, [bishop-] elect of Waterford and Lismore, 870.

-, -, bishop of Waterford, dwelling in London, papal mandatary, 309.

-, -, late bishop of Waterford and Lismore, 894 note.

-, Richard, vicar of Crowan, dispensation to, 562.

Martini, Andrew, a canon of Aberdeen, papal mandatary, 225.

-, Andrew, sometime rector of Tyninghame, 72.

-, Daniel, proctor of John de Camera, 462.

-, James, rector of Tedburn, dispensation to, 381.

-, Richard, lord of St. Mary Hall, indult to, 269.

-, -, Joan his wife, 269.

-, See also Martin.

Martir. See Kilnamartery.

Martiris, chapel de. See Kilmartin, co. Cork.

Martiris (? recte Martini), Edmund, dispensation to, 889.

Marton. See Merton.

Marwood, Merewode, [co. Devon], parish church of St. Michael the archangel, rectory of, 491.

Marwynchirche. See Marhamchurch.

Marykirk, co. Kincardine. See Aberluthnet.

Maryner, Edward, vicar of Tottenham, dispensation to, 587.

Mashbury, [co. Essex], rectory of, 316.

Mason, John, vicar of Holy Cross or Temple, Bristol, dispensation to, 775.

-, Massone, Missone, Patrick, to be vicar of Killallan, 157.

-, -, rector of Minto, dispensation to, 845.

-, Peter, a litigant for the priory of Inchmahone, pension thereout granted to, 84.

-, Mauson, Robert, archdeacon of Northumberland, executor of a papal mandate, 632.

-, -, sentence of, 608.

-, Robert, sometime rector of Richmond and a canon of Norton, to be restored, 307.

Masseleurelion, Thomas, dispensation to, 911.

Massy, John, rector of Headley, dispensation to, 747.

Massyngham alias Stalworth, Simon, rector of Silk Willoughby, dispensation to, 542.

Matehy, Mathethe, [co. Cork], vicarage of, 563.

-, See also Clonherkin.

Mathail. See Mohill.

Mathallia , abbey de. See Mothel.

Mathei. See Mathie.

Mathethe. See Matehy.

Mathie, Mathei, Laurence, a citizen and merchant of Rome, 39, 132, 261.

Matisconen[sis]. See Mâcon.

Matthei, John, to be precentor of Killaloe, 905.

Mauleverer, Edmund, indult to, 867.

Maundevyll. See Mandeville, Edmund.

Maure alias Muclach, Moure, Thomas, late prior of Downpatrick, 369.

Maurees. See Mares.

Maurice, a canon of Cashel and prebendary of Rathcool. See Vacenstin.

Maurice ap David, rector of Rudbaxton, dispensation to, 396.

Mauson. See Mason, Robert.

Mawdelenys, Mawdelenis, hospital, [? hospital of St. Mary Magdalene near Pembroke or hospital of St. Mary Magdalene near Tenby] chaplaincy of, 21, 36.

Mawdisley, William, dispensation to, 704.

Maximilian, duke of Austria, dominions of, legate a latere to. See Ruvere, Julian de.

-, duke of Austria and Burgundy, papal nuncio in the dominions of. See Tollentis, Luke de.

Maxstoke, [co. Warwick], Augustinian priory of St. Michael, canon of. See Clerke, John.

Maxwel, Gilbert, a litigant for the rectory of Annan, 332.

May, Isle of, Maya, [in the Firth of Forth], Augustinian priory, prior of, papal mandatary, 34.

May, Thomas, rector of Bloxham, dispensation to, 580.

Maya, priory of. See May, Isle of; and Pittenweem.

Mayden Bradley, Maydenbredley. See Bradley, Maiden.

Mayden Newton. See Newton, Maiden.

Maydrythnight. See Modreeny.

Maydun, Nicholas, late vicar of Killeenadeema, 302.

Mayew, Mayewe, John, vicar of Lenton, dispensation to, 814.

-, Majhou, Richard, rector of Winchelsea and of Brightwell, dispensations to, 790, 871.

Maygamnach. See Moygawnagh.

Maygblysac. See Grange of Molusk.

Maygrays. See Moyrus.

Mayland, Maylond, [co. Essex], vicarage of, 830.

Maylanfay. See Molana.

Maynnulu. See Manulla.

Mayo, [co. Mayo], Odo bishop of. See O'Higgins.

-, diocese of, place in. See Turlough.

-, de Magio, de Magyo, de Maio, Augustinian abbey of St. Michael, abbot of, papal mandatary, 83, 533, 535, 794.

-, -, canons of. See Ocliara, Donald; O'Murray, John.

-, parish church of St. Geraldus, vicarage of, 533, 534.

Maysmore. See Brid, Peter.

Meagher, Meahar, Miach, David, archdeacon of Cork, sometime a canon of Cork and prebendary of Holy Trinity, Cork, 144.

-, -, provision of, 902.

Meagrayd, Mearayd. See Ballynacourty, co. Galway.

Meahar. See Meagher.

Meare, Mere, [co. Somerset], parish church of St. Benignus, dispute as to bounds of the parish of, 291, 292.

Meari. See Ballynacourty, co. Galway.

Meath, Meden[sis], Miden[sis], Minden[sis], bishop of, collation by, 412.

-, -, election confirmed by, 171.

-, -, papal mandatary, 132, 190, 261.

-, -, rights of, saved, 816.

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

-, William bishop of. See Sherwood.

-, see of, vacant, guardian of the spirituality of. See White, John.

-, John archdeacon of. See White.

-, chapter (sic) of, papal letters to, 825.

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

-, city (sic) and diocese of, clergy and people of, papal letters to, 825.

-, -, intimidation in, 508.

-, diocese of, benefices in, 902, 915 notes (bis).

-, -, intimidation in, 171.

-, -, monastery in, 866.

-, -, part of, called Westmeath, 624.

-, -, persons of, 11, 312 (ter), 507–8, 521 (bis), 613, 623, 915.

-, -, places in. See Ardnurcher; Ballymore; Clonard; Drogheda; Durrow; Dysart, co. Westmeath; Flumine Dei, abbey de; Fore; Kells, co. Meath; Kilbeggan; Kilberry; Kilkenny West; Moylagh; Mullingar; Navan; Newtown; Skreen; Trim; Tristernagh.

Meath, Melden[sis], recte Armagh, diocese of, Mellifont in, 601.

Mebros. See Melrose.

Mecbloscayg. See Macbloscayg.

Mecconbay. See Macconbay.

Mechlec. See Methlick.

Mechrat. See Magrath, Philip.

Meden[sis], written for Miden[sis] (i.e. Meath), 816.

Medicis, Julian de, a citizen and merchant of Florence, 235.

-, Laurence de, a citizen and merchant of Florence, 235.

-, master Prosper Camulius de, Prosper de Camuleo, Camilio, Cannilio de Janua, of Genoa, papal collector and nuncio in England, mandates and faculties to, 213, 214 (bis).

-, -, grant by, 819.

-, -, to be papal collector in Scotland and Ireland also, 207.

-, -, a papal notary, collector of the papal Camera in Ireland, 110, 208, 209.

-, -, [bishop-]elect of Caithness, faculty for the consecration of, 591.

-, -, oath of fealty of, 592.

-, -, also rector of Krainburg, grant to, 587.

-, -, sometime bishop of Caithness, 846.

Medley, Robert, dispensation to, 434.

-, -, vicar of Owston, dispensation to, 582.

Meffen. See Methven.

Megind. See Maginn, Patrick.

Megioiol, William, sometime vicar of Annagh, 412.

Meglasscerig. See Maglasscerig.

Mekarryg. See MacGarry, Cormac.

Mekarthayg. See MacCarthy, Donald.

Mekilfeld. See Michfield.

Melchbourne, Melcheborne, [co. Bedford], Knights Hospitallers’ preceptory, John preceptor of. See Kendall; and Weston.

-, -, William late preceptor of. See Tournay.

Melden[sis] incorrectly written for Miden[sis], 601.

Meldrum, Meldrom, Meldrun, Moldrun, David, provided to canonries of Aberdeen and Brechin, indult to, 329, 330.

-, -, a canon of Dunkeld, proctor of Thomas Lawder, bishop of Dunkeld, 471.

-, -, vicar of Old Meldrum and rector of Blair Athole, dispensation to, 485.

-, -, official of St. Andrews, appeal from sentence of, 853.

Meldrum, Old, Bochelny, [co. Aberdeen], vicarage of, 485.

Meleros. See Melrose.

Melinis, John de, bishop of Urbino, papal mandatary, 37.

Melios. See Melrose.

Melksham, Melkesham, [co. Wilts,], vicarage of, 406.

Mellifont, Mellifontis, Millefontis, [in Tullyallen, co. Louth], Cistercian abbey, abbot of, papal mandatary, 453, 462.

-, -, -, de facto provision made by, 601.

Melrose, Mebros, Meleros, Melios, Melros, Melros(e), Melroux, [co. Roxburgh], Cistercian Abbey, abbot of, papal letters to, 656, 720.

-, -, -, papal mandatary, 157, 467, 531.

-, -, Andrew late abbot of, 14, 29.

-, John provided abbot of. See Brown.

-, -, Richard abbot of. See Lambe.

-, -, Robert abbot of. See Blackader.

-, -, monks of. See Brown, John; Lambe, Richard.

-, -, convent of, election of an abbot by, 750.

-, -, -, mandates to, 150, 151.

-, -, insufficiency of means of, 750.

-, -, lands belonging to. See Hartside.

-, -, pensions on the fruits of, 29, 130, 750, 839.

Melsa , abbey de. See Meux.

Menamara alias Cuynea. See Macnamara, Cornelius son of Thady.

Meneven[sis]. See St. Davids.

-, written Miniven[sis], 5.

Menheniot, Menhenyett, [co. Cornwall], vicarage of, 710.

Menipeni, Menypeny (recte Monypeny). See Moneypenny.

Mercel, Andrew, de facto a canon of Moray and prebendary of St. Giles centum solidorum, [Elgin], 349.

Mere. See Meare.

Meredith, Robert ap. See Robert ap Meredith.

Merewode. See Marwood.

Merschall. See Marshall, Thomas.

Merston. See Fleet Marston.

Merston. See Harper alias Merston, Robert.

Merthyr, [co. Carmarthen], William ap Jeuan ap Grono rector of, 549.

Merton, Marton, [co. Surrey], Augustinian abbey of St. Mary, canons of. See Fawkeswell, William; Heth alias Toullesworth, Clement; More, John; Warde, John.

Mertymer. See Mortimer, Catherine.

Mesond, John, dispensation to, 493.

Messingham, Messyngham, [co. Lincoln], vicarage of, 371.

Methlick, Mechlec, [co. Aberdeen], a prebend in Aberdeen, 34.

Methven, Meffen, [co. Perth], collegiate church, John provost of. See Otterburn.

Metnatenaidi. See Annagh, co. Mayo.

Metrahy. See Magrath, Donatus (3).

Meux, de Melsa, [in Wawne, co. York], Cistercian abbey of St. Mary, monks of. See Richmund, William; Selby, Robert.

Mey, John, archbishop of Armagh, appropriation by, 320.

-, -, cause before, 57.

-, -, resignation made to, 320.

Meynstertonn. See Misterton.

Meysers, Margaret, dispensation for, 240 note.

-, Peter, father of the above, death of, in England, 240 note.

Mhityngton. See Whityngton.

Miach. See Meagher.

Miccasyn. See Maccasyn.

Micdonchid. See Macdonkayd, Donald.

Micgillanomach. See Macgillavanach, Thomas.

Michael, Michaelis, Michel. See Michell.

Michelham, [in Arlington, co. Sussex], Augustinian priory, canons of. See Batys, Thomas, the elder; and Batys, Thomas, the younger.

Michell, John, dean of Crantock, dispensation to, 556.

-, Thomas, a brother of Ashridge, dispensation to, 373.

-, Michael, Michel, Mychel, Myell, Thomas, a canon of Cashel, papal mandatary, 193, 323, 619, 670.

-, Michael, Michaelis, Thomas, a canon of Ossory, arbitrator, 23.

-, -, papal mandatary, 616.

Michfield, Mekilfeld, [co. Suffolk], rectory of, 713.

Michstarrid (recte Macscarrid). See Macserryd.

Mickas, Magonius, dispensed to marry, 316.

Micnamara. See Macnamara, John son of Thady.

Micneil alias Ybigoneayn. See Macneil, Thomas.

Miconmara. See Macnamara, Donatus.

Micruicsayn. See Macruicsayn.

Micrusclaymi, Micunsclaymi, in the diocese of Clonfert, annual rent of, united to the deanery of Clonfert, erected (with other annual rents) into the prebend of Drought in Clonfert, 602.

Micuorinyla. See Macuorinyla.

Miczillapadryg. See Macgillapadraig, Dermit.

Middelham, Middelhan. See Middleham.

Middelton, Middelton alias Middledoen. See Milton Abbas.

Middelton, [sir] John, witness, 689.

-, -, deposition of, 690.

-, John, a monk of Milton Abbas, dispensation to, 618.

-, Margaret, dispensed to marry, 271.

Middlebie, Midelbe, [co. Dumfries], rectory of, 430, 431.

Middledoen. See Milton Abbas.

Middleham, Middelham, Middelhan, [co. York], parish church of, erected into a collegiate church in honour of Our Lord, St. Mary the Virgin and St. Alkilda. 103.

-, collegiate church, statute for, 751.

-, -, dean of, powers of, 751.

-, rectory of, 863.

-, -, dean and six chaplains of, statute for, 913.

Middlesex, Richard archdeacon of, See Lichfield.

-, William archdeacon of. See Dudley.

Middleton, de Choro Benedicti, de Choro benedicti, [co. Cork], Cistercian abbey of St. Mary, abbot of, papal mandatary, 119, 124, 186, 187, 771, 772.

-, See also Ballynacorra.

Middleton Stoney, Mydlyngton, [co. Oxon.], parish church of St. Rumwoldus, rectory of, 838.

Midelbe. See Middlebie.

Midelhan, Robert, dispensation to, 899.

Miden[sis]. See Meath.

-, incorrectly written Meden[sis], 816.

-, incorrectly written Melden[sis], 601.

-, incorrectly written Minden[sis], 261 note, 312 note, 315 note, 508, 521, 613 note.

Midilton.’ See Milton Abbas.

Miedwill (recte Micd[o]will). See Mac-Dowell, Terence.

Milan, [Italy], archbishop of, vicargeneral of, papal mandatary, 136.

-, Stephen archbishop of. See Nardini.

-, diocese of, place in. See Galliate.

-, death at, 164.

Milbroke. See Millbrook.

Mildenhall, Mildenhale, [co. Suffolk], vicarage of, 499.

Mildmay, Margery, wife of Walter Mildmay, monition and alleged defamation of, 705, 706.

-, Walter, litigant, 705, 706.

-, -, wife of. See Mildmay, Margery supra.

Milford, Tristram, of Exeter, notary public, indult to, to exercise his office, despite his bigamy, 827.

Millbrook, Milbroke, [co. Hants.], rectory of, 489.

Mille, William, dispensation to, 912.

Millefontis , abbey. See Mellifont.

Milling, Thomas, [bishop-]elect of Hereford, provision of, 887.

-, -, consecration of, 887.

-, -, sometime abbot of Westminster, 890 note.

Millinis, Celsus de, C. Millinus, 753.

-, -, a canon of the basilica of the Prince of the Apostles, Rome, papal mandatary, 545.

Milton Abbas, Middelton, Middelton alias Middledoen, Midilton’, [co. Dorset], Benedictine abbey of St. Mary the Virgin and St. Sampson, monks of. See Haselbere, John; Helton, Richard; Hereford, William; Middelton, John.

Milton Abbot, Mylton Abboet, Mylton Abbott, [co. Devon], vicarage of, 779.

Milton Damerel, Myltun Dauierell, [co. Devon], rectory of, 799.

Minden[sis] incorrectly written for Miden[sis], 261 note, 312 note, 315 note, 508, 521, 613 note.

Miniven[sis], written for Meneven[sis], (i.e. St. Davids), 5.

Minnigaff, Monygoff, [co. Kirkcudbright], rectory of, 295.

Minster in Thanet, Mynster in insula Athanatos, [co. Kent], vicarage of, 239.

Minto, Mirito, [co. Roxburgh], rectory of, 845.

Minutolis, Antonius de, of Lucca, a member of the pope's household, safe-conduct for, 217.

-, Paulinus de, of Lucca, a member of the pope's household, safe conduct for, 217.

Mirito (recte Minto). See Minto.

Miscalli, Maurus, late vicar of Ardnurcher, 613.

Missone. See Mason, Patrick.

Misterton, Meynstertoun, [co. Leicester], rectory of, 364.

Mochownach. See Mahoonagh.

Mocmur. See Muckamore.

Modena, Mutinen[sis], [Italy], bishop of, papal mandatary, 84.

-, canon of. See Ferrariis, John Baptista de.

Modreeny, Maydrythnyht, [co. Tipperary], vicarage of, 129.

Moeer, John, vicar of Tenterden, dispensation to, 800.

Moemur. See Muckamore.

Mogiis, master William, archdeacon of Stafford and of Anglesey, witness, 367.

Mohara. See Mora in St. Giles Cripplegate, London.

Mohill, Mathail, Nouella, [co. Leitrim], Augustinian priory of St. Mary, Maurice prior of. See MacEgan.

-, -, Odo prior of. See Magranauyll.

-, parish church of St. Mancheanus, rectory of, 344.

Mohyra. See Murher.

Moille. See Mallow.

Molacha, Molachca. See Moylough.

Molana, de Insula de Malannha, de Insula Sancti Malanfid, Malanfyd, Molanfid, Molanfyd, Muylanaha, Insula sub Melanfyd, Maylanfay, Molanfo, Molonasyd, [in Ballynatray demesne, Templemichael parish, co. Waterford], Augustinian abbey of St. Muyllhanuha, abbot of, papal mandatary, 40, 388, 420, 422, 719, 774.

-, -, Leonard abbot of. See Roche.

-, -, abbot and convent of, benefice in the presentation of. See Ballingarry, barony of Coshlea, co. Limerick.

-, -, -, citation of, 453.

-, -, -, grant to, 892.

-, -, -, rectory belonging to. See Kilbolane.

-, -, -, to have the farm of certain rectories, 407.

-, -, canons of, the chapel of Aghamore served by, 677.

-, -, -, See also O'sullivan, Donald; Roche, Leonard.

-, -, convent of, petition of, 407.

-, -, chapel belonging to. See Aghamore.

-, -, disrepair of, 407.

-, -, distance of the chapel of Aghamore from, 677.

Moldrun. See Meldrum, David.

Molinger. See Mullingar.

Molonasyd. See Molana.

Molton. See Molton, North.

Molton, Thomas, prior of Spalding, indult to, 847.

-, William, dispensed to remain in his marriage, 802.

Molton, North, Molton, [co. Devon], parish church of All Saints, rectory of, 747.

Molyneux, James, rector of Grafton Regis, dispensation to, 713.

Molyngerre. See Mullingar.

Mompesson, Monpesson, Henry, dispensation to, 900.

Monagay, Momachygaha, Monachiga, Monachigaha alias Rathkahal, Morachigalia alias Carkathkahat, Moynachagay, Ratchahyll, Rathcayll’ alias Moynhagah, Rathkaill alias Monachagahy, Rothkaill, [co. Limerick], rectory of 76, 123, 182, 809.

-, vicarage of, 362.

-, See also Rathcahill.

Monaincha, de Insula viventium viuentium, [in Corbally parish, co. Tipperary], Augustinian priory of St. Mary, prior of, papal mandatary, 76, 100, 393, 545, 622, 682.

Monam alias Kilkanan. See Kilmaniheen.

Monasteranenagh, de Maggio, de Magio, de Magyo, de Maio, [co. Limerick], Cistercian abbey of St. Mary, abbot of, papal mandatary, 36, 86, 183, 392, 397, 399, 452, 482, 703.

-, -, -, provision made by, 189.

-, -, Gerald abbot of, executor of papal mandates, 44, 452, 483.

Monasterevan, de Rossevalle, Rossglass alias de Rossavalle, de Rossewalle, de Rossivalle, [co. Kildare], Cistercian abbey of St. Mary the Virgin, abbot of, papal mandatary, 419, 519.

-, -, Matthew abbot of. See Obethacan.

-, -, Thomas abbot of. See MacCostello alias Noygill.

-, -, monk of. See Mac-Costello alias Noygill, Thomas.

Moncfort (? Montfort), Tauguidus, union made for, 877.

Mondywell. See Mandeville, William.

Monelaw, Thomas, grant of a pension from the church of Killearnan to, 85, 86.

Monemowthe, Thomas, rector of West Chiltington, dispensation to, 562.

Monemute. See Monymele.

Moner, Michael, a canon of Elne, papal mandatary, 43, 347.

Moneypenny, Monypenny, David, a canon of Moray, papal mandatary, 378, 853.

-, Menipeni, George, rector of Arpaillargues and orator of Louis XII to the pope, indult to, 417 note.

-, Monipenne, Monipenni, Monypeny, Walter, an Augustinian canon of St. Andrews, charge against, 225–6.

-, -, an Augustinian canon, prior of St. Germains, to be prior of St. Andrews, 139.

-, -, an Augustinian canon of St. Andrews, to be prior of the same, 169, 170.

-, Manypeny, Menypeny, master William, a canon of Saintes, 489 note.

-, -, to be a papal protonotary, 207.

-, Manypeny, William, an Augustinian canon of Royston and rector of Snelland, sometime prior of Blackmore, dispensation for, 15, 16.

Mongeham, Great, Mungham Magna, [co. Kent], rectory of, 713.

Mongoberi, Mongomerii, Mongunry. See Montgomery.

Monimusk, Monimuske. See Monymusk.

Monins, Moni, John, lord of Swanton, indult to, 549.

-, -, Alice his wife, 549.

Monipenne, Monipenni. See Moneypenny, Walter.

Monivea, co. Galway. See Tisaxon.

Monk Bretton, Burton, Monkebretton, [co. York], Cluniac priory, prior of, papal mandatary, 573.

-, Benedictine (formerly Cluniac) priory of St. Mary Magdalen, monk of. See Bampton, Richard.

Monks Horton, Thorton, [co. Kent,] Cluniac priory, prior and convent of, commission for, 909.

Monkton Farleigh, Munk[t]unfarleygh, [co. Wilts.], Benedictine priory, John prior of. See Bayly.

Monroy , P. de, 219 note.

Monspessulanus . See Montpellier.

Monstreul, John de, a canon and precentor of Arras, member of the household of Sixtus IV, safe-conduct for, 276 note.

Montacute, [co. Somerset], Cluniac priory, prior of, papal mandatary, 505.

Montagu, de Monteacuto, lord. See Nevill, John.

Montealto, William de, to be rector of Logie, 817.

Monte Carmello , ordo beate Marie de. See Carmelite (in Index of Subjects).

Montegumbri. See Montgomery, Thomas.

Monterreolis. See Muintir-Eolays.

Monte Tumba , monastery of St. Michael de. See Mont Saint Michel.

Montis Oliveti , monastery of the order called of St. Benedict. See Rome, religious houses: S. Maria Nuova.

Montgomery, Mongoberi, Nicholas, kinsman of. See Agard, Nicholas.

-, -, relict of. See Vernon, Isabel.

-, Mongunry, Thomas, a canon of Glasgow, papal mandatary, 172.

-, Mongomerii, Montegumbri, Thomas, lord of Faulkbourne indult to, 381.

-, Thomas de, knight, indult to, 249.

Monticulo. See Marchionibus de Monticulo, Maria Franciscus de.

Montinghamia . See Nottingham.

Montona, Simon de, archbishop of Antivari, correction made by order of, 299 note.

-, -, residing in the Roman Court, papal mandatary, 330.

Montpellier, Monspessulanus, [Hérault, France], execution of the petty seal of, 241.

Mont Saint Michel, de Monte Tumba, [Manche, France], Benedictine abbey of St. Michael, priory dependant on. See Guernsey.

Monxton, Anna Beko, Aunna Beko, [co. Hants.], rectory of, 729.

Mony, John, indult to, 875.

Monygoff. See Minnigaff.

Monymele, Monymute, Thomas, a monk of Dunfermline, to be sacrist of the same, 574.

-, -, de facto sacrist of Dunfermline, 834.

Monymusk, Monimusk, Monimuske, [co. Aberdeen], Augustinian priory, prior of, papal mandatary, 258, 682.

Monemute. See Monymele.

Monypenny, Monypeny. See Moneypenny.

Moore. See More, John; and More, Margaret.

Moore Critchell, More Kyrchill, [co. Dorset], rectory of, 694.

Moorestown. See Mora, co. Tipperary.

Moor Park, le Moore, [in Rickmansworth, co. Herts.], manor of, letters dated at, 707.

Mora, Mohara [in St. Giles Cripplegate, London], a prebend in St. Paul's, London, 10.

Mora (or Moorestown), Mortson, Mortun alias Ballynemona, [co. Tipperary), parish church of, ruinous state of, 424.

-, a prebend in Lismore, 99, 424.

Morachigalia alias Carkathkahat. See Monagay.

Morauien[sis] corrected from Maioricen[sis], 732 note.

Moray, Morauien[sis], Moravien[sis], [co. Elgin], bishop of, barony of Birnie belonging to, 818.

-, -, benefice in the gift of, 256.

-, -, collations by, 77, 733.

-, -, papal mandatary, 58, 574.

-, -, provision made by, 702.

-, -, resignation made to, 77.

-, Andrew [bishop-]elect of. See Stewart.

-, David bishop of. See Stewart.

-, William bishop of. See de Tulach.

-, voidance of the see, 77.

-, see of, loss suffered during voidance of, 818.

-, dean of, papal mandatary, 71, 75.

-, -, vicar-general in spirituals, sede vacante, resignation made to, and institution made by, 77.

-, Andrew dean of. See Stewart.

-, dean and chapter of, benefice in the gift of, 256.

-, -, constable of Spynie castle appointed with consent of, 818.

-, archdeacon of, papal mandatary, 14.

-, Archibald archdeacon of. See Knolles.

-, James archdeacon of. See Alerdes.

-, John archdeacon of. See Calder and Garden.

-, Robert archdeacon of. See Forest.

-, John a litigant for the archdeaconry of. See Garden.

-, John late a litigant for the archdeaconry of. See Calder.

-, chancellor of, papal mandatary, 518, 732, 855.

-, official of, papal mandatary, 77, 84, 106, 143, 258, 349, 510, 518, 611, 685, 732.

-, Alexander precentor of. See Vaus.

-, Giles precentor of. See Boys.

-, James de facto precentor of. See Kennedy.

-, Thomas precentor of. See Vaus.

-, William precentor of. See Oliphant.

-, claimants to the precentorship of. See Boyes, Giles; Fresel, John; Kennedy, James; Oliphant, William; Vaus, Alexander.

-, Thomas succentor of. See Spens.

-, Alexander claimant to the succentorship of. See Stewart.

-, Robert provided to the succentorship of. See Wyly.

-, succentorship of, a prebend in Moray, 77.

-, treasurer of, papal mandatary, 510, 732.

-, canons of. See Daloquhy, Robert; Edwardson, John; Ellem, Malesius de; Forster, Gilibert; Galbraith, William; Kennedy, Gilbert; Kingorn, Henry de; Lauderdale, David; Lesly, Andrew; Liel, Andrew; Lychton, George; Moneypenny, David; Mowat, William; Rate, Alexander; Spers, Thomas; Whitelaw, Archibald.

-, de facto canons of. See Mercel, Andrew, Wood, William.

-, claimants to canonries of. See Camera, John de; Fratour, William; Lockhart, Patrick; Stewart, Alexander.

-, canons provided of. See Achleck, Denis; Wood, John; Wyly, Robert; Young, Andrew.

-, canonry in, right of patronage of, 610.

-, prebends in. See Elgin, St. Giles centum solidorum: Kincardine, co. Inverness; Kingussie; Kinoir; the succentorship of Moray.

-, chapter of. election of a bishop by, invalid, 798.

-, -, papal letters to, 556.

-, -, seal of, 818.

-, -, vicar-general in spirituals, sede vacante, appointed by, 77.

-, chapter etc. of, papal letters to, 798.

-, chaplainship at the altar of St. Mary the Virgin in, 349.

-, church of, vassals of, papal letters to, 556.

-, city and diocese of, clergy and people of, papal letters to, 556.

-, diocese of, chantry in, 904.

-, -, persons of, 20, 75, 143, 156, 339, 341, 343, 349, 518, 702 (bis), 733, 795, 867, 872, 900.

-, -, places in. See Binelly; Inverlochty; Kingussie; Kinloss; Marnoch; Pluscardine.

-, -, priory in, 903.

-, -, union of rectory to a canonry in, 912.

-, -, vicarages in, 879, 905.

Morcaul. See Moreaul.

Mordington, Mordintum, [co. Berwick], rectory of, appropriation of, 467, 468.

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

-, vicarage of, patronage of, 468.

-, -, portion to be reserved, for, 467, 468.

More. See Northmoor.

More, Adam, an Augustinian canon of Château I'Hermitage, papal letters to, 482.

-, John, an Augustinian canon of Merton, dispensation to, 287.

-, John, rector of North Bovey, dispensation to, 409.

-, Moore, John, rector of Stow on the Wold, dispensation to, 386.

-, -, rector of Stow on the Wold and of Stanton, co. Gloucester, dispensation to, 795.

-, Moore, Margaret, a nun of Godstow, elected abbess of the same, 431.

-, -, to be abbess of the same, 32, 33.

-, -, a litigant for the said abbey, 634.

-, -, temporalities restored to, 32 note.

-, Robert, rector of Wistow, dispensation to, 490.

-, William, rector of Hopesay, dispensation to, 488.

Moreaul, Guy de, a canon of Autun, papal mandatary, 83 (bis), 649.

-, Morcaul, Moreal, Guy de, a canon of Besançon, papal mandatary, 86, 600.

More Kyrchill. See Moore Critchell.

Morell, William, and others, grant to, confirmed, 781.

-, -, petition of, 781.

Morella, Catherine, indult to, 874.

Moren, John, to be a notary public, 474.

-, -, rector of the chapel of St. Catherine in the churchyard of St. Edmund, Salisbury, relaxation of oath of, 557.

Moret, Denis, notary public, 874.

Moreton on Lugg, Morton Magna, [co. Hereford], a prebend in Hereford, 749.

-, See also Morton, Parva.

Moreys, Denise, mother of sir John Moreys, 614.

-, John, knight, bequest of, 614.

-, -, father of. See Moreys, Stephen.

-, -, mother of. See Moreys, Denise.

-, Stephen, father of sir John Moreys, 614.

Morgan, John, rector of St. Peter de Conewale, Lincoln, dispensation to, 300.

-, Thomas, rector of Stratton on the Fosse, dispensation to, 807.

Morinen[sis]. See Térouane.

Morison, George, to have a vicarage in the diocese of Glasgow, 903.

Morland, William, rector of Sutton, co. Surrey, and Torbryan, sometime rector of King's Ripton, dispensation to, 705.

Morley [co. Derby], parish church of St. Mary, rectory of, 416.

Morley, Roger, vicar of Yelden, dispensation to, 385.

Morris, Thomas ap. See Thomas ap Morris.

Morroau (or Morroan), Thomas, dispensation to, 888.

Morron (or Morrou), John, indult to, 867.

Mortel, Maurice, of Kinsale, to have a farm of the rectory of Kinsale, 176.

Morterolles, Morterola, [Haute-Vienne, France], knights Hospitallers' preceptory, Guy preceptor of. See de Blanchefort.

Morthewyk See Northwick.

Mortimer, Mertymer, alias Stephyns or Roggers, Catherine, of London, party to a matrimonial suit, 527, 528.

-, -, husband of. See Mortimer, Robert.

-, -, alleged husband of. See Hardi alias Arding, William.

-, Laurence, to be archdeacon of Ossory, 40.

-, Mortymer, Robert, party to a matrimonial suit, 528.

-, -, wives of. See Hawardi, Elizabeth and Mortimer, Catherine.

Mortlach, Murtile, [co. Banff,] a prebend in Aberdeen, 685, 686.

Mortlestown, Ballimartelli, [co. Tipperary], united with Outeragh (q.v.), vicarage of, 414.

Morton, James de, James earl of. See Douglas, James, earl of Morton.

-, John, indult to, 873.

-, John, a councillor and master in Chancery of Edward IV, archdeacon of Norwich and of Chester, union of his two archdeaconries for the life of, 449.

-, -, about to be provided to the bishopric of Ely, absolution for, 657.

-, -, provision of, to the bishopric of Ely, 657.

-, -, faculty for the consecration of, 657.

-, -, oath of fealty of, 657.

-, -, bishop of Ely, afterwards archbishop of Canterbury, faculty to, 910, 910 note.

-, Thomas, rector of Castle Frome, dispensation to, 792.

-, Thomas, rector of Longbredy, Maiden Newton and Weston Subedge, absolution etc. for, 3, 4.

-, Thomas, rector of Withersdale, indult to, 788.

Morton Magna. See Moreton on Lugg.

Morton, Parva, [in Moreton on Lugg, co. Hereford], a prebend in Hereford, 22.

Mortson, Mortun alias Ballynemona. See Mora (or Moorestown), co. Tipperary.

Mortymer. See Mortimer, Robert.

Morwenstow, [co. Cornwall], parish church of St. John the Baptist, vicarage of, 487.

Mosse, Thomas, vicar - general in spirituals of the archdeacon of Richmond, refusal of, to institute, 855.

Mostey (sic). See Mottiston.

Mothel, de Mathallia, de Motalia, de Motellia, de Mothalia, de Mothilia, [co. Waterford], Augustinian abbey of St. Broganus, St. Borganus or SS. Coanus, Choanus, Chuanus, and Broganus, abbot of, papal mandatary, 40, 62, 64, 109, 145, 167, 385, 414, 433, 764.

-, -, Rory abbot of. See O'Cane.

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

-, -, canons of, rule of, 598.

-, -, beasts stolen from, 597.

-, -, repair and adornment of, 598.

Mothel, John, late bishop of Limerick, monition and sentence of, 500, 501.

-, -, resignation made to, 44.

Mothilia , abbey de. See Mothel.

Mothoeullin, James, de facto a canon of Limerick and prebendary of Tullabracky, 349, 350.

Moting, Peter, vicar of St. Mary, Callan, and a litigant for that vicarage, 638, 639.

Mottiston, Mostey (sic), Motston, [Isle of Wight, co. Hants.], rectory of, 449, 624.

Moulton, Multon, [co. Northants.], vicarage of, 782.

Mountfort, John, vicar of Kirkby Malzeard and chaplain of Richard duke of York (recte Gloucester), indult to, 792.

Moure. See Maure alias Muclach, Thomas.

Moviddy, Magunde, [co. Cork], vicarage of, 765.

Moville, Maghbile alias Nouuport, Maguile, [co. Donegal], a prebend in Londonderry, 285.

-, rectory of, 604.

Mowat, John, to have a vicarage in the diocese of Aberdeen, 894.

-, William, a canon of Moray, papal mandatary, 613.

-, William, sometime rector of Dysart, co. Fife, 590.

-, -, pension reserved for, 563, 590.

-, -, late rector of Dysart, co. Fife, 578.

Mowbray, Anne de, dispensation for marriage of, 236.

-, John de, duke of Norfolk, indult to, 548.

-, -, Elizabeth his wife, 548.

Moycullen, Machulid, Magkulin, Malcolin, [co. Galway], vicarage of, united for a time to the deanery of Annaghdown, 10, 440, 566.

Moygawnagh, Maygamnach, [co. Mayo] rectory of Bredach of the parish church of, 475.

Moylagh, Loymak, [co. Meath], vicarage of, 521.

Moylough, Mailacha, Molacha, Molachca, [co. Galway], vicarage of, 434, 695, 696.

Moymarrach, diocese of Cloyne, united with Castlemagner (q.v.), vicarage of, 421.

Moynachagay. See Monagay.

Moyne, Moyn, [co. Tipperary], rectory of, leased, 100.

Moynhagah. See Monagay.

Moynkilly, Kylimgayn, [part of Ballyovey, co. Mayo], a prebend in Tuam, 533.

Moynthyrhathay. See Killererin.

Moynwor, church of, in the collegiate church of Scattery Island, 703.

-, -, pension on the fruits of, 703.

Moyrus, Madras, Maygrays, [co. Galway], vicarage of, 135, 387.

Moythownath. See Mahoonagh.

Muccumur. See Muckamore.

Mucciarellis, James de, a canon of St. Peter's, Rome, and auditorgeneral of the Camera, papal commissary, 52.

Muckamore, Mocmur, Moemur, Muccumer, Muchamuye, Muchamuyr, [co. Antrim], Augustinian priory of St. Mary, of the order of St. Victor, prior of, papal mandatary, 532, 537, 538.

-, -, Nellanus prior of. See Onel.

-, -, Robert prior of. See Macgilheinan.

-, -, canon of. See Magillarinan, Patrick.

Muckno, Mucnan [co. Monaghan], rectory of, erected into a prebend in Clogher, 575.

Muclach. See Maure.

Mucnan. See Muckno.

Mudde, Henry, a monk of Jervaulx, dispensation to, 592.

Mudford, John, a monk of Sherborne, dispensation to, 526.

Muintir-an-ghaile, Munidtengalle, [a tribal district, now co. Longford], rural rectory of the place of, 665, 666.

Muintir-Eolays, Monterreolis, Muinterheolais, Munnteroleys, [the southern half of co. Leitrim], rectory of the rural place or land of, 95, 96.

-, rectory of the rural lands or plebes of, divided into seven prebends and subsequently reduced to its former state, 442, 443.

-, rectory of the united parish churches in, 344.

Muinter Murchada, Mynterahay, Mynthirathi, [i.e. the barony of Clare, co. Galway], an alternative name for Killererin (q.v.), 154, 729.

Mule. See Mull.

Mulikyn’, William, a vicar in St. Andrews, charge against, 853.

Mull, Mule, [co. Argyll], island of, parish church of St. Fyncheanus in. See Kilfinichen.

Mullaghnoney, Mallachimona, [in Newchapel, co. Tipperary], a prebend in Cashel, 348.

Mullingar, Molinger, Molyngerre, [co. Westmeath], Augustinian priory of St. Mary, prior of, papal mandatary, 412, 623.

Multon. See Moulton, co. Northants.

Multon alias Prowell, Richard, an Augustinian canon of Bourne, dispensation to, 583.

Mungham Magna. See Mongeham, Great.

Munidtengalle. See Muintir-an-ghaile.

Munk[t]unfarleygh. See Monkton Farleigh.

Munnteroleys. See Muinter-Eolays.

Mura, John de, 250.

-, -, John his son, 250.

-, -, Elina his wife, 251.

Murchi. See O'Murphy, Nicholas.

Mure, Marre, John, a Friar Preacher, to be minister of Fail, 55.

-, -, a Friar Preacher, confessor of James III, king of Scots, minister commendatary of Fail, dispensation to, 237.

Murgallo, Maurice, to be professed and to have a monastery in the diocese of Killaloe, 875.

Murhede, Vedastus, a canon of Glasgow, papal mandatary, 126.

Murher, Mohyra, [co. Kerry], a prebend in Ardfert, 838.

Murrisk, co. Galway, barony of. See Umall, Upper.

Murtile. See Mortlach.

Muryell, William, chantry priest in the parish church of Croft, dispensation to, 836.

Muschet, Robert, late vicar of Bolton, co. Haddington, 461.

Muskerry, Muscrilaynd, [a barony in co. Cork], temporal lord of the land of, 858.

Musselburgh, Mussilbirigh, [co. Edinburgh], vicarage of, 523.

Musteat, Robert, rector of Besselsleigh, dispensation to, 364.

Mustrell, in Hunstanton, [co. Norfolk], Henry Smith lord of, 381.

Muswell, [in Hornsey, co. Middlesex], chapel of, united to the priory of Clerkenwell, 225, 244.

-, -, indulgences to persons visiting, confirmed, 225.

-, -, lands adjacent to, inhabitants of, treated as parishioners of St. James, Clerkenwell, 225.

Muthed (? recte Mu[i]rhed), Richard, dispensation to, 909.

Mutinen[sis]. See Modena.

Mutt, Reynald, dispensation to, 889.

Muynuala. See Manulla.

Mwry, William de, to be rector of Clogherbrien and Killury, 185.

Mycchombuogy (i.e. Macconbuogy]. See Obuogy.

Mycgillaruayd. See Macgillaruayd, Donatus.

Mychel. See Michell, Thomas, a canon of Cashel.

Mycnamara. See Macnamara, Matthew Machsidydun.

Myddylgate, Adam, rector of Brandiston, dispensation to, 808.

Mydlyngton. See Middleton Stoney.

Myell. See Michell, Thomas, a canon of Cashel.

Mylis, William, rector of Chilcomb, dispensation to, 779.

Mylly, Thomas, a canon of Lichfield, dispensation to, 347.

Mylne, William, a citizen of London, indult to, 379.

-, -, wife of, 379.

Mylton Abboet, Mylton Abbott. See Milton Abbot.

Myltun Dauierell. See Milton Damerel.

Mynde, Thomas, abbot of Shrewsbury, petition of, 610.

Mynster in insula Athanatos . See Minster in Thanet.

Mynterahay, Mynthirathi. See Muinter Murchada.

Myross, co. Cork. See Carrigillihy.

Myrtone, John, a canon of Dunkeld, papal mandatary, 722.

Myshall, Ymissill’ [co. Carlow], parish church of St. Colman, rectory of, 139, 140.

N

Naenach. See Nenagh.

Nailstone, Nailistone, [co. Leicester], rectory of, 714.

Nakis alias Trenakis, Richard, an Augustinian canon of Bodmin, dispensation to, 659.

Nalt alias Kylnanala, in the diocese of Emly, rectory of, 439.

Nangill, William, to be a canon of Limerick and prebendary of Kilpeacon, 794.

Nantes [Loire-Inférieure, France], canons of, papal mandataries, 156.

-, cathedral church of, papal letters to be posted on the doors of, 258.

-, diocese of, place in. See Guérande.

Narbiton (i.e. Norbiton, co. Surrey), Kyngeston by. See Kingston on Thames.

Nardini, Stephen, cardinal priest of St. Adrian, papal mandatary, 40, 62.

-, -, cardinal priest of St. Adrian and archbishop of Milan, grant of the deanery of Salisbury to, 23.

-, -, cardinal priest of St. Adrian, afterwards of St. Mary in Trastevere, executor of papal letters, 261.

-, -, cardinal priest of St. Mary in Trastevere, sometime of St. Adrian, papal mandatary, 133.

-, -, chosen as arbitrator, 133, 261.

Nardis, Peter Anthony de, prior of Terni, papal acolyte, pension reserved to, 45.

Narni [Perugia, Italy], bishop of, papal mandatary, 45.

-, papal letters dated at, 53, 54, 208, 225, 372, 434, 480, 495, 505, 506, 509, 512, 514–519, 523, 528, 534, 535, 536, 557.

-, Amelia near, 479 note.

Nasbet. See Nisbet.

Nauille, Thomas, rector of Burton, co. Lincoln, dispensation to, 676.

Naunton Beauchamp, Newynton, [co. Worcester], parish church of, united to the capitular mensa of Elmley Castle, right of burial granted to, 642.

-, parishioners of, petition of, 642.

Navan, Nouan[ia], [co. Meath], Augustinian abbey, abbot of, papal mandatary, 314, 315 note.

-, -, Peter abbot of, commissaries of. See FitzSimon, Edmund, prior of Fore; and Dalton, James, abbot of Clonard.

Nayssh, Robert, a Premonstratensian canon of Bayham, dispensation to, 678.

Nebbe. See Newbo.

Neele, John, rector of Bloxham, dispensation to, 614.

Negelli, Andrew, dispensation to, 321.

Neiuporte. See Newport, Richard.

Nenagh, le Nachac, Lenaenach, le Naenach, le Naenh[a]c, le Nalnach, le Nenach, Lenenach, Naenach, [co. Tipperary], Augustinian priory of St. John the Baptist by or near, prior of, executor of papal letters, 100.

-, -, -, papal mandatary, 128, 195, 622, 658, 659, 670, 754, 769, 830 (name omitted).

-, -, Maurice prior of. See Oglesayn and O'Kennedy.

-, -, Odo prior of. See O'Carroll.

-, -, canons of. See O'Carroll, Odo; Oglesayn, Maurice.

Neowill. See Nevill, Alice.

Neubetil. See Newbattle.

Nerbo. See Newbo.

Neucourt alias Hacch, rector of the chapel of St. Leonard near Hastings, dispensation to, 330, 331.

Neulandis , Neullandis, rectory de. See Newlands.

Neuton. See Newton, John.

Neuuport. See Newport, Richard.

Neuville, John de, bishop of Sées, letters of, exemplified, 400.

Nevill, Neowill, Alice, indult for the marriage of, to Thomas Tunstall, 524.

-, George, bishop of Exeter, report made by, 52.

-, -, archbishop of York, at present in remotis, 473, 474 (bis).

-, -, vicar-general in spirituals of. See Poteman, William.

-, -, death of, 523.

-, Joan, [née Beaufort], countess of Westmoreland, 690.

-, -, husband of. See Nevill, Ralph, earl of Westmoreland.

-, Nevvill, John, lord Montagu, de Monteacuto, charge against, 307.

-, -, chaplain of. See Bland, Oliver.

-, Neuyl, Neyl, John, intruded rector of St. Mary, Wexford, 402.

-, Laurence, [bishop-] elect of Ferns, to continue to be rector of Kilcavan, 706, 707.

-, Ralph, earl of Westmoreland, 690.

-, -, daughter of. See Percy, lady Eleanor de [née Nevill], countess of Northumberland.

-, -, son of. See Nevill, sir Richard, earl of Salisbury.

-, -, wife of. See Nevill, Joan [née Beaufort].

-, -,Nevell, sir Richard, earl of Salisbury, Galesbery, Salsberi, Salsebery, son of Ralph [Nevill], earl of Westmoreland, and Joan [Nevill née Beaufort], 690.

-, -, at Calais, 230, 231.

-, -, daughter of. See Hastings, lady Catherine [née Nevill].

-, -, sister of. See Percy, lady Eleanor de [née Nevill], countess of Northumberland.

-, sir Richard, earl of Warwick, captain of Calais, 230, 231, 232, 233.

-, William, lord Fauconberg, earl (sic) of Fauquenberg, at Calais, 231.

Newark, Newerk [co. Nottingham], Holme by (i.e. Holme, co. Nottingham, q.v.), 709.

Newbattle, Neubotyll, Newbotell, New[b]othil, Newbotill, Newebotill, Noubetil, Nuebotel, [co. Edinburgh], Cistercian abbey of St. Mary, abbot of, papal mandatary, 171, 172, 749.

-, -, -, proceedings of, 130.

-, -, John abbot of. See Achirson and de Crichton.

-, -, Patrick abbot of. See Madour.

-, -, father abbot of. See Lambe, Richard.

-, -, monks of. See Achinson, John; Crichton, John de.

-, -, convent of, election of an abbot by, 656.

-, -, -, papal letters to, 331, 656.

-, -, vassals of, papal letters to, 331, 656.

Newbo, Nebbe, Nerbo, Nubo, [in Sedgebrook or between Sedgebrook and Barrowby, co. Lincoln], Premonstratensian abbey of St. Mary, Peter abbot of. See York.

-, -, canons of. See Bouet, Richard; Byllyng, William; Everard’, William.

Newborough, Newburgh, [co. Stafford], Nicholas Agard of, 404.

Newbotell, New[b]othil, Newbotill. See Newbattle.

Newburgh, co. Fife. See Lindores.

Newburgh, [co. York], Augustinian priory, Thomas prior elect of. See Hexham; and Yarom.

-, -, William late prior of. See Helmsley.

-, -, Thomas cellarer of. See Hexham.

-, -, canon of. See Yarom, Thomas.

-, -, certain canons of, election by, 238.

-, -, convent of, election by, 238.

Newburgh, in the diocese of Lichfield and Coventry. See Newborough.

Newcastle, de Novocastro, [co. Tipperary], parish church of St. Mary, rectory of, 347.

Newchapel, co. Tipperary. See Mullaghnoney.

Newebotill. See Newbattle.

Newerk. See Newark.

Newhuse alias Newsum. See Newsham.

Newington, Heuinton (sic) by Sydyngborn, [co. Kent], vicarage of, 641.

Newland, Newlant, [in Newland with Woodhouse Moore, co. York]. Knights Hospitallers’ preceptory (with Ossington, q.v.), John preceptor of. See Kendall; and Weston.

Newlands, de Neulandis, de Neullandis, [co. Peebles], rectory of, 470.

-, -, appropriation of, 467, 468.

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

-, vicarage of, patronage of, 468.

-, -, portion to be reserved for, 467, 468.

Newlant. See Newland.

Newman, William, vicar of St. Andrew, Chippenham, dispensation to, 623.

Newman closis, [in Street parish, co. Somerset], tithes of, 292.

Newport, Neuuport, Richard, to be a notary public, 474.

-, Neiuporte, Richard, rector of Upway, dispensation to, 787.

Newry, de Viridi ligno, de Viridiligno, [co. Down], Cistercian abbey of St. Mary, abbot of, papal mandatary, 368, 706.

-, -, John de facto abbot of. See Macgillanei.

-, -, Magonius late abbot of, 601.

-, -, Maurice abbot of. See MacBreen.

-, -, prior of, papal mandatary, 144.

-, -, monk of. See Mac-Breen, Maurice.

Newsham, Newhuse alias Newsum, Neysam, [in Brocklesby, co. Lincoln], Premonstratensian abbey, abbot of, rights of visitation of, 64.

-, -, -, chapters presided over by, 64.

-, -, Thomas abbot of, father abbot of Dale Abbey, 269.

-, -, claustial prior of, 64.

Newstead, de Nouo loco, de Novoloco, in Shirwode, [co. Nottingham], Augustinian priory of St. Mary, Thomas prior of. See Gounthorp.

-, -, canon of. See Carr formerly Brande, Robert.

Newsum. See Newsham.

Newton, in the diocese of Lincoln, prior of, papal mandatary, 693.

Newton, [co. Suffolk], rectory of, 36, 37.

Newton, Neuton, John, a canon of Salisbury, to be a papal acolyte, 209.

-, John, rector of Reydon, dispensation to, 573.

Newton, Long, [co. Durham], rectory of, 589, 669.

Newton Longville, Newton Longvyll, [co. Bucks.], rectory of, 364.

Newton, Maiden, Mayden Newton, [co. Dorset], rectory of, 4.

-, -, union of, to Longbredy, 4.

Newtown, [co. Meath], Augustinian priory of St. Peter by Trim, Tryum, Trym, of the order of St. Victor, prior of, papal mandatary, 272, 312, 623.

-, -, Nicholas prior of. See Herbarde.

Newtownclonbun, [co. Meath], house of Cruciferi dedicated to St. John [the Baptist] near Trym, James prior of. See Cousin.

Newynton, diocese of Worcester. See Naunton Beauchamp.

Neyl. See Nevill, John, rector of St. Mary, Wexford.

Neysam. See Newsham.

Nicolai, Blasius, bishop of Ottochaz, residing in the Roman Court, papal mandatary, 332.

Nicolai de Gualbis, Ferrarius, precentor of Lerida, papal mandatary, 56.

Nicholas V, pope, action of, against the Turks, 203, 204.

-, chamberlain of. See Candour, Thomas.

-, dispensations by, 7, 202, 465, 705, 727.

-, faculty granted by, 78.

-, grant by, 3.

-, indult granted by, 469.

-, letters of (Piis fidelium votis …) exemplified, 687.

-, -, mentioned, 511.

-, -, recited, 56, 57.

-, privileges granted by, 278 note.

-, register of, exemplification of papal letters from, 687.

Nicholas, late a brother of Ashridge, 544.

Nicholasson, William, of Bishop's Lynn, party to a matrimonial suit, 781, 782, 788.

-, -, wife of. See Wales, Margaret.

Nicoll, Richard, rector of North Hill, dispensation to, 733.

Nicosia, Nicosien[sis], [Cyprus], archbishop of, papal mandatary, 461.

Nightingale, Joan, party to a matrimonial suit, 629.

Nigrmemahuma (recte Ing[en]micmahuna). See Macmahon, Joan.

Nikke, Nykke, Richard, rector of Ashbury, dispensation to, 851.

-, -, subsequently archdeacon of Wells and later bishop of Norwich, 851 note.

-, Nykke, William, dispensation to, 322.

-, -, uncle of. See Stillington, Robert.

-, -, archdeacon of Wells, 851 note.

-, -, dispensation to, 853.

-, -, indult to, 160.

Nikyr, Robert, temporal lord of Grub, indult to, 847.

Ninche. See Inch, co. Cork.

Nisbet, Nasbet, John, late chancellor of Aberdeen, 816.

Noble, John, vicar of Holy Trinity, Dartford, dispensation to, 623.

Nocera, Nucerin[us], [Italy], bishop of, papal mandatary, 20, 599, 756, 809, 855.

-, John bishop of. See de Ceretanis.

Nochroill All[a?]n, Nocwmayllalla. See Nohovaldaly.

Nogyl. See MacCostello, William.

Nohaval, Nysimeneyl, [co. Cork], parish church of St. Lafanus, vicarage of, 766.

Nohaval, ecclesia Nova de Akymys, Hochowall, Uhagual, Wocuayl, [co. Kerry], rectory of, 576, 577.

-, vicarage of, 107, 440, 742.

Nohovaldaly, Nochroill All[a?]n, Nocwmayllalla, [co. Cork], vicarage of, 731.

-, united vicarages of Cullen and, 301.

Nonburnham alias Nonburnhome. See Nunburnholme.

Nonington, Nonyngton’, Nonynton, [co. Kent], chapel of, 115, 115 note.

Nonyngton, dio. of York. See Nunnington.

Nonyngton. See Nonington.

Norbiton, Narbiton, [co. Surrey], Kyngeston by. See Kingston on Thames.

Norfolk, Northfolchia, John duke of. See de Mowbray.

-, duke of York and. See Richard.

Normans, duke of the. See Henry I.

Normanton, [? co. Lincoln or co. Rutland], rectory of, 659.

Nortaberwick. See Berwick, North.

Northampton, [co. Northants]., John archdeacon of. See Colynson; and Ruding.

-, archdeaconry of, cognizance of matrimonial causes in, 515.

-, official of the archdeacon of. See Palady, John.

-, Augustinian priory of St. James by, canon of. See Halle, Richard.

-, Cluniac priory of St. Andrew, Thomas prior of. See Stubury.

-, -, William claiming to be prior. See Brekenoke.

-, -, convent of, petition of, 485.

-, -, monks of. See Brekenoke, William; Hanmeton, John.

-, -, alleged visitors of, 486.

-, chapter-general of the Benedictine Order held at, 80.

-, Abindon’ (i.e. Abington) by, 243.

Northbovy. See Bovey, North.

Northelurght (i.e. Nort[h]kelurght). See Kilworth, North.

Northewyk. See Northwick.

Northfolchia , i.e. Norfolk, John duke of. See de Mowbray.

Northgiuell’, Northgiull’. See Northill.

North Hill, Northill, Northyll, [co. Cornwall], rectory of, 733.

Northill, Nortngiuell’, North zeuell’, alias Northgiull’, [co. Beds.], collegiate church of St. Mary, Thomas warden of. See Taylardi.

Northill, in the diocese of Exeter. See North Hill.

Northlurght. See Kilworth, North.

Northmoor, More, [co. Oxford], manor of, 367, 368.

-, parish church of St. Denis, rectory of, 364.

Northumberland, archdeacon of, papal mandatary, 608.

-, Robert archdeacon of. See Mason.

-, countess of. See Percy, Eleanor de.

Northwick, Morthewyk, Northewyk, [in Claines, co. Worcester], manor of, chapel of, 367.

Northwold, Norwolde, [co. Norfolk], rectory of, 446.

Northyll. See North Hill.

North zeuell’. See Northill.

Norton, [co. Durham], collegiate church, canons of. See Bland, Oliver; Mason, Robert.

Norton, Gilden Norton, Gylden Norton, [co. Suffolk], rectory of, 641, 669 note.

Norton, John, prior of Evesham, oath extorted from a new abbot by, 635.

-, Richard, rector of Marhamchurch, dispensation to, 725.

Norton by Kempsey, Norton, [co. Worcester], chapel of, 25, 26.

Norwey, Alice, wife of John Walsh, party to a matrimonial suit, 512, 515.

Norwich, Norvicen[sis], Norwicen[sis], [co. Norfolk], bishop of, papal mandatary, 18, 59, 69, 103, 245, 358, 515, 570, 676, 714, 734, 735, 736, 781, 782, 788.

-, -, provision made by authority of, 273, 802.

-, -, suffragan to, 903 note.

-, James bishop of. See Goldwell.

-, Richard bishop of (1501). See Nikke.

-, Walter bishop of. See Le Hert.

-, William bishop of. See Bateman.

-, archdeacon of, papal mandatary, 289, 374, 458, 860.

-, John archdeacon of. See Morton.

-, archdeaconry of, 449.

-, official of, papal mandatary, 164, 223.

-, -, suit before and appeal from, 307.

-, John official of. See Selot.

-, Benedictine priory (cathedral) of the Holy Trinity, prior and chapter of, indult to, 900.

-, -, monks of. See Cromer, William; Hemmysby, Geoffrey; Yelverton, John.

-, church of, archdeaconry in, See Norwich, archdeaconry of, supra.

-, united parish churches of St. Peter and St. Andrew, vicarage of, 796.

-, diocese of, Augustinian priory of the Holy Trinity in. See Ipswich.

-, -, hospital in, 880.

-, -, indulgences in, 881, 900.

-, -, person dwelling in, 860.

-, -, persons of, 25, 236, 274, 300, 301, 307 (bis), 357 (bis), 425, 548, 549, 570 (ter), 627, 676 (ter), 690, 693, 727 (bis), 781, 788 (bis), 797, 799 (ter), 802, 822, 829, 847 (ter), 851 (bis), 860 (4), 866 (bis), 867, 869, 873, 874 (6), 875, 882, 883, 884 (4), 885 (ter), 887 (bis), 888, 889, 890 (ter), 891, 892, 898 (bis), 901 (bis), 904 (bis), 905, 911 (bis).

-, -, places in. See Ashill; Baconsthorpe; Badingham; Barking, co. Suffolk; Barnby; Barnham, co. Suffolk; Barton Mills; Beechamwell; Beechamwell All Saints; Benacre; Binham; Blickling; Brandiston; Brantham; Bromehill; Buckenham, Old; Burgh St. Margaret; Burnham Deepdale; Bury St. Edmunds; Bury St. Edmunds (hospital of St. Peter); Butley; Caistor-next - Yarmouth; Castle Acre; Catfield; Chevington; Coxford; Dereham, West; Dennington; Denver; Eye; Fakenham, co. Norfolk; Fakenham (? Little or Magna); Feltwell; Flitcham; Framlingham; Gandifer; Gedding; Grub; Halesworth; Hardingham; Herringswell; Hethel; Hindolveston; Howe; Intwood; Ipswich; Ixworth; Kettlebaston; Kirby Cane; Langham; Lavenham; Letteringham; Lindsey, co. Suffolk; Lowestoft; Michfield; Mildenhall; Mustrell; Newton, co. Suffolk; Northwold; Norton, co. Suffolk; Norwich (cathedral church of the Holy Trinity, united parish churches of St. Andrew and St. Peter); Palgrave, co. Suffolk; Parham; Polstead; Rattlesden; Reydon; Rickinghall Superior; Rudham, West; Rushmere; St. Benet Hulme; Saxlingham; Sibton; Snoring, Great; Somerleytown; Southrepps; Staimard; Stanhoe; Stanton, co. Suffolk; Stavertons; Stow; Suffield; Summannysfeld; Thetford (St. Mary's priory); Thorington; Tilney All Saints; Trimingham; Twyford; Upwell; Waldingfield, Great; Walsham, North; Walton; Welnetham, Great; Wendling; Withersdale; Withersfield; Worlingham, co. Suffolk; Worlingworth; Wrentham; Wymondham.

-, -, union of a rectory to a canonry in, 912.

Norwich, George, abbot of Westminster, commissary of John Pigge, bishop of Ardfert, 309, 310.

Norwolde. See Northwold.

Northiam, [co. Sussex], rectory of, 306.

Nostell, Nostle [in Wragby, co. York, W.R.], Augustinian priory of St. Oswald, sub-prior of, a proctor of the said priory, 41.

-, -, cellerer of, a proctor of the said priory, 41.

-, -, parish church belonging to. See Bamburgh.

Nottecombe, John, rector of North Tawton, dispensation to, 568.

Nottingham, Montinghamia, archdeacon of, papal mandatary, 276.

-, William archdeacon of. See Worsley.

Nou, William, de facto vicar of Killehenny, 839.

Nouan[ia]. See Navan.

Noubetil. See Newbattle.

Nouella. See Mohill.

Noughaval, Nova, [co. Clare], a prebend in Kilfenora, 323.

Nouo loco in Shirwode, priory de. See Newstead.

Nouuport. See Moville.

Nova . See Noughaval.

Novara, [Italy], canon of. See Suno, Francis de.

Novocastro , parish church of St. Mary de. See Newcastle, co. Tipperary.

Novoloco in Shirwode, priory de. See Newstead.

Noygill. See MacCostello, Thomas.

Nubo. See Newbo.

Nucerin[us]. See Nocera.

Nuebotel. See Newbattle.

Nugent, Aungent, Simon, rector of St. Columba, Clonmore, dispensation to, 625.

-, Simon. late prior of Tristernagh, 824.

Nunburnholme, Burnham, Nonburnham alias Nonburnhome, [co. York], written in error for Donington on Bain, 409 note.

-, rectory of, 637.

Nunij, Nunni. See Nunny.

Nunnington, Nonyngton, [co. York], rectory of, 396.

Nunny, Nunij, Nunni, Alice, a nun of Godstow, and elected as abbess of the same, to have provision of that abbey, 431, 432.

-, -, intruded abbess of Godstow, 32.

-, -, a litigant for the abbey of Godstow, 634.

-, -, temporalities restored to, 32 note.

-, -, abbess of Godstow, election of a prioress confirmed by, 633.

Nurni, Kedy alias de. See Urney, co. Cavan.

Nykke. See Nikke.

Nysimeneyl. See Nohaval, co. Cork.

O

Oahey, Yahey, Laurence, late vicar of Loughrea, 835.

Oakham, Ocam, [co. Rutland], vicarage of, 637.

Oakley, Great, co. Essex. See Ocley.

Oakley, Great, co. Northants. See Pipewell.

Oakley, Little, Ocley Parva, [co. Essex], parish church of St. Mary, rectory of, 728.

- See also Ocley.

O'Amnyn, Yamnyn, Laurence, late vicar of Killeely, 308.

Oanrathyg. See O'Hanratty, Edmund.

Oarchi, Yarchi, William, vicar of Omey, charge against, 11.

Oaynli. See Ohanly, Thady.

Obanayn, Cornelius, to be vicar of Dunkerrin, 393.

-, Donald, vicar of Dunkerrin, charges against, 393.

Obardan, Patrick, a canon of Ferns, papal mandatary, 604.

Obarey, Dermit, intruded rector of Derrygalvin, 30.

Obechayn, Ebechayn, Odo, sometime vicar of Kilclonfert, 28.

-, -, de facto vicar of Ballynakill, 519, 520.

Obenachan, Ybeltunathan, Donatus, prior of Inchmacnerin, and the convent of the same, union of parish church to, 872.

Obeothe, William, sometime rector of Donaghmore, Queen's county, to be an Augustinian canon of Aghmacart and prior of the same, 97, 98.

Oberch, Oerth, Thomas, de facto a canon of Cashel and prebendary of Bellesdon, 724.

Obergyn, John, uncanonical rector of Aghaboe, 773.

Oberind, Oberny, Oberrim, Oberynd, Carbricus, a canon of Elphin, papal mandatary, 95, 121, 814.

-, -, a canon of Elphin and rector (called prebendary) of Tir-Briuin-na-Sinna, to be prior commendatary of Kilmore-na-Sinna, 120, 121.

-, -, to have a rectory in the diocese of Elphin, 908.

-, Oberin, Yberind, Cornelius, prior of Kilmore - na Sina, charges against, 537.

-, -, resignation of, 121.

-, Oberynd, Cornelius, to be vicar of Clondegad and rector of Ogormuck, 131.

-, Oborynd, Donald, de facto rector of Ogormuck, 131.

-, Oberiyn, John, a canon of Dromore, papal mandatary, 26.

-, Oberyn, Maurice, a canon of Killaloe, papal mandatary, 126.

-, Oberin, Thady, an Augustinian canon of Derrane, sometime a Friar Preacher, to be prior of Kilmore-na-Sina, 536, 537.

-, Oberrim, William, a canon of Elphin, papal mandatary, 95.

Oberiyn (? recte Oberryn), Oberny, Oberrim, Oberyn, Oberynd. See Oberind.

Obethacan, Obythechayn, Matthew, abbot of Monasterevan, charges against, 754.

-, Odo, an Augustinian canon of Greatconnell, dispensation to, 797.

Obethill, Obethyll, William, a canon of Tuam, papal mandatary, 151.

-, -, a canon of Annaghdown, papal mandatary, 193.

Obeuachallay, Ybeuachallay, Cornelius, sometime vicar of Castleconor, 664.

Obeygam, Alan, late vicar of Grange of Ballywalter, 533.

Obeyn (recte Obryn). See Obyrne, Cornelius.

Obigoneayn, Ybigoneayn. See Mac-Neil, Thomas.

Oblayd [i.e. Ui Bloid, an ancient division of co. Clare], alternative name for Clonlea, 753.

Oboan, Cornelius, de facto vicar of Ardmore, 700.

-, John, a canon of Lismore, papal mandatary, 699.

Obracayn. See Kilmurry, co. Clare.

Obracyn, Donald, a canon of Londonderry, papal mandatary, 82.

Obrangale, Ybrangale, Donald, late prebendary of Emlaghfad, 815.

Obregin, Thomas, de facto vicar of Rosskeen, 421.

Obrein, Obren. See O'Brien.

Obrenayn, David, a canon of Limerick, papal mandatary, 30.

Obreym, Obreyn. See O'Brien.

Obricyn. See O'Brien, Matthew.

O'Brien, Obren, Cornelius, patron of the rectory of Quin and Ogashin, 302.

-, Obren, Obreyn, Obrien, Obryen, Obryeyn, Dermit, to be a canon of Killaloe and prebendary of Inniscattery, 149, 150.

-, -, a canon of Killaloe, papal mandatary, 297, 702, 715, 719, 842 (bis).

-, -, a canon of Killaloe and rector of the united parish church of Quin and Ogashin, annexed to his canonry and prebend, charge against, 302.

-, -, to be abbot commendatary of Kilshanny, 834.

-, -, oath of fealty etc. of, 835.

-, Ebroen, Obreyn, Ybrien, Dermit, to be a canon of Limerick, 899.

-, -, to be treasurer of Limerick, 899.

-, -, de facto treasurer of Limerick, 113.

-, Obreyn, Obryen, Donald, a canon of Kilfenora [? Killaloe] and prebendary of Ogormuck, to be vicar of Clondagad, 621.

-, -, de facto a canon of Kilfenora [? Killaloe] and prebendary of Ogormuck, vicar of Clondagad and rector of the united churches of Clonlea, Killokennedy, Kilseily and Kilfinaghta, dispensation etc. for, 683, 684.

-, -, late rector of Drumcliff and Kilmaley, 755.

-, Donatus, bishop of Killaloe, collations made by, 57, 334.

-, Obreyn, Obryen, Donatus, a canon of Killaloe, to be collated to the rectory of Ibrickan, 390, 391.

-, -, pension reserved for, 391.

-, -, death of, 391.

-, -, late a canon of Killaloe and prebendary of Inniscattery, 612.

-, Obryen, Donatus, a claimant to the rectory of Kilmurry, 51.

-, Obreyn, Obriyn, Obrien, Obroyn, Obryen, Matthew, a canon of Killaloe, papal mandatary, 342, 358, 680, 683, 702, 703, 842.

-, -, a canon of Killaloe and prebendary of Clondagad, to be vicar of Kilmaley, 613, 614.

-, -, a canon of Killaloe and prebendary of Clondagad, and vicar of Kilmaley, grant to, 709, 710.

-, -, de facto a canon of Killaloe and prebendary of Clondagad, 520.

-, -, de facto vicar of Kilmaley, 700.

-, Obreyn, Obryen, Obryeyn, Matthew, sometime vicar of Drumcliff, 392, 711.

-, -, a litigant for the vicarage of Drumcliff, 715.

-, -, to have a vicarage in the diocese of Killaloe, 878.

-, Obryen, Maurice, to be rector of Kilmurry, a canon of Killaloe and prebendary of Kilmurry, and a canon and prebendary of Kilfenora, 51.

-, Obrein, Terelanus, a canon of Kilfenora, papal mandatary, 547.

-, Obrin, Obruhin (or Obrulim), Thady, a canon of Tuam, papal mandatary, 394, 435.

-, Obreym, Obreyn, Obrien, Obreyen, Theoderic, a canon of Killaloe, papal mandatary, 390, 391, 715.

-, -, a canon of Killaloe and prebendary of Inniscattery, charges against, 127, 128.

-, -, de facto a canon of Killaloe and prebendary of Inniscattery, 612.

-, -, dean of Kilmacduagh and abbot commendatary of Clare, charges against, 841, 842.

-, -, [bishop-]elect of Killaloe, provision of, 914.

-, -, consecration of, 914.

-, -, sometime dean of Kilmacduagh with the rectory of Beagh annexed, to retain his commenda of Clare abbey and to be dean commendatary of Kilmacduagh, 195.

-, -, bishop of Killaloe, sometime a canon of Killaloe and prebendary of Inniscattery, 149.

-, -, Terence, Terlagh and Tirlagh alternative forms of the Christian name of, 914 note.

Obrin. See O'Brien, Thady.

Obrogay, William, an Augustinian canon, de facto vicar of Lickmolassy, 764.

Obroyn. See O'Brien, Matthew, a canon of Killaloe.

Obruchayn, Fergal, a canon of Elphin, papal mandatary, 287.

-, Thomas, a canon of Killala, papal mandatary, 12.

Obruhin (or Obrulim]. See O'Brien, Thady.

Obryen, Obryeyn. See O'Brien.

Obryn. See O'Byrne.

Obuigill alias Maclaclaind, William, vicar of Inver, to be also rector of Inishkeel, 758.

Obuogy, Ibuogy alias Mycchombuogy, James, sometime prior of Aghmacart, 98.

-, Patrick, late prior of Aghmacart, 98.

Obuyghu, Cornelius, a canon of Raphoe, papal mandatary, 758.

Obuyl, Bernard, to be rector of Longfield, 82.

Oby, John, vicar of St. Gluvias, dispensation to, 709.

O'Byrne, Obeyn, Cornelius, de facto vicar of Ardmore, 578.

-, Obryn, Donald, vicar of Urney, charges against, 759.

-, Obryn, Donatus, rector of Rathsaran and of Kildellig, removal of, 771.

-, Obyrnd, Magonius, sometime a canon of Dromore and prebendary of Dromara, 82.

-, Obryn, Patrick, a canon of Leighlin, papal mandatary, 722.

-, Obryn, Thady, to be rector of Rathsaran and of Kildellig, 771.

Obythechayn. See Obethacan.

Ocaelean. See O'Cullen, Thomas.

O'Cahill, Okaill, Okayll, Edmund (or Emundus), a canon of Emly, papal mandatary, 387, 454, 478 (bis).

-, Okahill, Okayll, Philip, a canon of Emly, papal mandatary, 355.

-, -, provision of, to the bishopric of Emly, 471.

-, -, a canon of Emly and prebendary of Kilnageni, rector of Nalt and vicar of Knocklong and Doonmoon, bishop-elect of Emly, 439.

-, -, bishop of Emly, information supplied by, 142.

-, Okahyl, Philip, to be a canon of Cashel with the vicarage of Ballingarry erected into a prebend for him, 606, 607.

-, Okaill, Thomas, to have a vicarage in the diocese of Emly, 876.

-, Okaell, Okeall, Okell, Thomas, to be a canon of Cashel and prebendary of Bellesdon, 724.

-, Okall, Thomas, an Augustinian canon of Fertagh, to be prior of the same, 723.

-, -, oath of fealty of, 724.

O'Cahir, Okaeythyr, Cormac, abbot of Kilshanny, sentence of, 715.

-, -, de facto abbot of Kilshanny, 834.

O'Callaghan, Occalachan, Occalachyn, Philip, de facto vicar of Kilcraggan, 718.

O'Callanan, Ocallanan, Ochalanan, Okallanayn, Matthew, to be vicar of Kilmacallan, 89.

-, -, vicar of Kilmacallan, to be also vicar of Emlaghfad, 729, 730.

-, -, de facto vicar of Emlaghfad, 815.

-, -, vicar of Emlaghfad, to be archdeacon of Achonry, with the vicarage of Toomour annexed, 189–190.

-, Ocallanayn, Ocalnanan, Okalanayn, Okallanan, Okaluan, Ykallanain, Odo, a canon of Annaghdown, papal mandatary, 552, 653, 663, 674, 695, 697.

-, -, de facto vicar of Ballindooly and of Oranmore, 566.

Ocam. See Oakham.

Ocamayn. See O'Cane, Rory.

Ocanchubayr. See O'Connor, Donald.

O'Cane, Ochayn’, the, captain of Ochayn’, 250.

-, Denis, bishop of Kilfenora, executor of a papal mandate, 328.

-, Ochahan, Donald, late vicar de Sustine(n)tia, 840.

-, Ochayn, John, a canon of Lismore, papal letters to, 59.

-, Ykaemayn, Malachy, to be vicar of Ballynakill, 520.

-, Okahan, Maurice, to be received as a monk of Macosquin and to be abbot of the same, 849, 850.

-, -, faculty for the blessing of, 850.

-, Ychachayn, Yehachayn, Odo, sometime rector of Tamlaghtard, 437.

-, Okahayn, Richard. See de Burgo.

-, Ocamayn, Ycamayn, Rory, abbot of Mothel, absolution of, for homicide, 597, 598.

-, -, grant to, 323.

-, -, journey of, on foot, to the Roman Court, 598.

-, -, parents and friends of, 598.

-, -, petition of, 59.

-, -, executor of papal letters, 145.

-, -, servant of, death of, 597.

-, -, parents and friends of, 598.

-, Okahan, Okhean, Senequinus, a canon of Londonderry cathedral, papal mandatary, 437.

-, -, to have a rectory in the diocese of Derry, 895.

Ocann, Richard, de facto vicar of Turlough, 83.

O'Canty, Onchante, Donald, a canon of Ross, papal mandatary, 768.

Ocarneayn alias Magonel, Nemeas, to be received as a monk of Athlone and to be prior of the same, 86.

O'Carolan, Occrualan, Ocernalan, Okerualan, Cornelius, a canon of Londonderry, papal mandatary, 11, 511, 759.

-, Ockarowilayn, Donald, a canon of Londonderry, papal mandatary, 82.

-, Okerbullan, Donald, rector of Urney, charge against, 164.

-, Oquerualan, Niellanus, to be rector of Clondavaddog, 112, 113.

-, Oceruolan, Odo, to be vicar of Urney, 759.

O'Carroll, Ykeraroyll, Donald, late a canon and prebendary of Cloyne, with the vicarages of Bregoge and Kilmaclenine annexed, 350.

-, Oykerwil, Donald, late vicar of Clonfert, co. Cork, 674.

-, Okorwoyll, Nicholas, a claimant to a canonry of Lismore and the prebend of Kilbarrymeaden, 145.

-, Ocarul, Nicholas, to be vicar of Ardmore, 578.

-, Okearwll, Okeraul, Okeruill, Okeruyll, Ykearball, Odo, of Killaloe, to be an Augustinian canon and prior of Nenagh, 373, 374.

-, -, prior of Nenagh, 47.

-, -, provision of, confirmed, 546.

-, -, de facto prior of Nenagh, 73, 74.

-, -, an Augustinian canon and sometime prior of Nenagh, to be also prior of Seirkieran, 188.

Ocassim. See Ogashin.

Ocathasay, Bartholomew, late a canon of Clogher and prebendary of Devenish and prior of the collegiate church of Devenish, 700.

Ocayssid, Occisy, David, rector of Mottiston, dispensation to, 449.

-, -, rector of Mottiston and a litigant for the rectory of St. Mary, Ballymore, 623, 624.

Occaidigan, John, to be rector of Urney, 164.

Occalachan, Occalachyn. See O'Callaghan.

Occarnayd. See O'Kearney, John.

Occisy. See Ocayssid.

Occonnayle. See Ogonnelloe.

Occonyn, Rory, prior of Inniscronane and sometime vicar of Kilraghtis united thereto, charges against, 702, 703.

Occosyn, parcel of, namely the rectory of Kylmini, separated from Kinnitty, and erected into a prebend in Killaloe, 753.

Occrualan. See O'Carolan, Cornelius.

Occulayn, Occullean, Occullen. See O'Curry.

Occwinin, Maurice, de facto vicar of Aglish, 127.

Oceallaygh. See O'Kelly.

Ocernalan. See O'Carolan, Cornelius.

Oceruolan. See O'Carolan, Odo.

Ochaecllay, Ochaelly. See O'Kelly.

Ochahan. See O'Cane, Donald.

Ochalanan. See O'Callanan, Matthew.

Ochalloy. See O'Kelly, John.

Ochamlis, John, a canon of Tuam, papal mandatary, 740.

Ochanagayr, James, vicar of Listowell, charges against, 605.

Ochanly, Thady, a canon of Tuam, papal mandatary and executor of a papal mandate, 328.

Ochariy recte Ocharin. See O'Kerin.

Ochaym, Thady, a monk of Fermoy, de facto abbot of the same, 189.

Ochayn. See O'Cane.

Ochayr, Nemeas, to be vicar of Aghalurcher, 773, 774.

-, Thomas, late vicar of Aghalurcher, 773, 774.

Ochcunouain. See O'Cullen, John.

Ochelayn. See O'Cullen, Odo.

Ochellai, Ochellay, Ochelli. See O'Kelly.

Ochenay, Ochenny. See O'Kenny.

Ochinan. See Okeenan.

Ochoclayn, Donald, to have a vicarage in the diocese of Cork, 870.

Ochogle, Malachy, a canon of Leighlin, papal mandatary, 722.

Ocholgan, Ocholghan. See Ocolgan, Maurice.

Ochonaryg, John, a canon of Elphin, papal mandatary, 102.

Ochonayl. See O'Connell, John.

Ochonayn, Ychonayn, Thomas, late vicar of Emlaghfad, 815.

Ochonchuyr. See O'Connor, Matthew.

Ochoncalyd, Dermit, to have a vicarage in the diocese of Tuam, 908.

Ochonir. See O'Connor, Thady.

Ochonkayrd, Bernard, a canon of Elphin, papal mandatary, 89.

Ochonnabayd, John, a canon of Kilfenora and prebendary of Noughaval, to be admitted a monk of Corcomroe and to be abbot of the same, 323.

Ochonnchur, Ochonnchuyi recte Ochonnchuyr. See O'Connor, John.

Ochonyll. See O'Connell, Nicholas.

Ochonyr. See O'Connor, John.

Ochorinth. See Ogormuck.

Ochunnchyr. See O'Connor alias Osanrygan, John.

Ochuurk. See O'Quirk, Matthew.

Ochuyguyn, William, a canon of Killaloe, papal mandatary, 188.

Ochyarnay. See O'Kearney, Thady.

Ocionyn (?), Donatus, to be vicar of Aghinagh, 108.

Ociretean. See O'sheridan, John.

Ockacualud. See O'Kenealy, Maurus.

Ockaden[sis] written for Orkaden[sis] i.e. Orkney, 272.

Ockarowilayn. See O'Carolan, Donald.

Ockellyd. See O'Kelly.

Ockenam. See Okeenan.

Ockham, Okeham, [co. Surrey], rectory of, 304.

O'Clery, Oclery, Cornelius, de facto vicar of Kilmeadan, 61.

-, Oclere, Ocleri, Oclero, Odero, Dermit (Dermisius), a canon of Ossory, papal mandatary, 756.

-, -, a canon of Ossory and de facto vicar of St. Mary, Callan, 639.

-, -, a canon and prebendary of Ossory, vicar of Callan, rehabilitation of, 767, 768.

Ocley [? Oakley, Great, or Oakley, Little, or Ugley, co. Essex], dwellinghouse of Thomas Hoton in, 692.

Ocley Parva. See Oakley, Little.

Ocliara, Donald, to be received as an Augustinian canon of Mayo, 466.

Oclocordig, Niallanus, to be a canon of Londonderry and prebendary of Moville, 285.

Ocluan, Donatus, an Augustinian canon of Ballysadare, to be vicar of Kilbeagh, 179.

-, -, de facto abbot of Ballysadare, 290.

-, Ocluayn, John, a canon of Achonry, papal mandatary, 729.

-, Ocluayn, Ycluan, Malachy, to be vicar of Killaan, 157, 158.

-, -, sometime vicar of Kyllnaheind, 338.

-, Ocluayn, Thady, a canon of Clonfert and prebendary of Barleanabolloyit, charges against, 348, 349.

-, William, a canon of Achonry, papal mandatary, 184, 189, 344.

-, Oelnam, William, to be vicar of Kyllnaheind, 338.

Oclunasay, William, de facto vicar of Loughrea, 741.

Ocolayn. See O'Cullen, John.

Ocolen. See O'Cullen, Odo.

Ocolgan, Ycholghan, Dermit, late vicar of Ballynakill, 520.

-, Ycolghan, Kervallus, vicar of Geashill, absolution etc. for, 365, 366.

-, Ocolghan, Ocholgan, Ocholghan, Maurice, a canon of Kildare, papal mandatary, 359, 479, 519.

-, -, to have a vicarage in the diocese of Kildare, 897.

-, Ocolghan, Maurice, substituted proctor of Gilbert Ohaelayn, 509.

-, Ocolgham, Maurice, vicar of Kilclonfert, rehabilitation of, 28.

-, Ocolghan, William, to be rector of Coolcor, 569.

-, Ycolghan, William, sometime vicar of Geashill, 365.

Ocolonarii, Nillanus, rector of Tullyniskan and vicar of Kilmore, co. Armagh, 665.

Ocomayn, Ocoman, William, to be a canon of Lismore and prebendary of Kilrossanty and vicar of Kilmeadan, 61.

-, -, de facto a canon of Lismore and prebendary of Kilrossanty, 719.

Oconacayn, Yconacayn, Ymarus, sometime vicar of Balla, 741.

Oconayn, Dermit, vicar of Ballingarry (in Slievardagh barony, co. Tipperary), charges against, 606.

O'Concannon, Oconceanzaw, Okonceanayn, Malachy, rector of Kilkerrin, sometime vicar of Kilcroan, 45.

-, -, to have a provostship in the diocese of Tuam, 906.

-, Oconceanayad, Oconceanayd, Malachy, a canon of Tuam, papal mandatary, 153, 740.

Oconchubayr. See O'Connor, Concanus.

Oconchuhyr (i.e. O'Connor), Philip. See Thancard.

Oconchur. See O'Connor, Bernard.

Oconcranayd, Cornelius, to be vicar of Kilkerrin, 762.

Oconcubair. See O'Connor, Charles.

Ocongulain, Ocungulami, Thomas, archdeacon of Achonry and a canon provided of the same, to be dean of Achonry, 553.

Oconichuur. See O'Connor, Donald.

Oconlyd, Donatus, to be vicar of Garranekinnefeake, 189.

Oconmuil, Dermit, abbot of Woodburn, to be prior commendatary of Black Abbey, 419.

Oconnean, Bernard, late dean of Achonry, 553.

- Cf. Oconayn.

O'Connell, Bernard, bishop of Killala, resignation made to and provision made by, 12.

-, Ochonayl, John, to be dean of Clonfert, 724.

-, -, oath of fealty of, 724.

-, Ochonyll, Nicholas, a canon of Kildare, papal mandatary, 111.

Oconnochan, Ludovicus, a canon of Achonry, to be also vicar of Cloonoghill, 441.

-, Yconnochayn, William, late vicar of Crossmolina, 435.

O'Connor, Oconchur, Bernard, late abbot of Kilshanny, 834.

-, Oconcubair, Charles, de facto prior of Roscommon, 287.

-, Oconchubayr, Concanus, patron of Ballycommon, presentation by, 359–60.

-, Cornelius son of John, 250.

-, Ocanchubayr, Donald, sometime rector of Ballycommon, 359, 360.

-, Oconichuur, Donald, de facto vicar of Leighmoney, 164.

-, Ochonyr, John, a canon of Elphin, papal mandatary, 287.

-, Ochonnchur, Ochonnchuyi, Ychonnchuyn, John, captain of O'Connor, 250.

-, -, son of, 250.

-, -, Joan his wife, 251.

-, Yconchuyr, John, lord of Iraghticonnor, petition of, 572.

-, -, licence granted to, to found a house of Friars Minors, 573.

-, -, wife and parents of, 572.

-, Ochunnchyr alias Osanrygan, John, de facto vicar of Kilmalkedar, 460.

-, Ochonchuyr, Matthew, to be vicar of Clondrohid, 765.

-, Oconocur alias Osaurygand, Maurice, vicar of Dunurlin, charges against, 112.

-, Yconcubair, Maurice, late prior of Roscommon, 413.

-, Yconchuyr, Maurus, a Friar Minor, to be abbot of Clonard, 816.

-, -, blessing of, 816.

-, -, habit to be worn by, 816.

-, Oconchuhyr, Philip. See Thancard.

-, Yconier, Rory, sometime vicar of Turlough, 552.

-, Ochonir, Thady, de facto vicar of Kilmacteige, 179.

Oconnvynch, John, a canon of Cashel, papal mandatary, 323.

Oconnyrchy, Magonius, vicar of Athneasy and de facto rector of Ballingarry [barony Coshlea, co. Limerick], 477.

Oconocur. See O'Connor alias Osaurygand, Maurice.

Oconolan, Oconwlain, Magonius, de facto rector of Kilcoona, 674.

Oconyn, Roderick, reservation for, 186.

Oconry, Ocoray. See O'Curry, Luke.

O'Cormachan, Ocormachan, Ocormachayn, Ocormichan, Ocrormachan, David, a canon of Killaloe, papal mandatary, 302, 588, 622.

-, -, sometime rector of Newcastle, co. Tipperary, to be vicar of Kilronan, 347.

-, -, rector of the rectory of Ardacha, Lailymy, Feakle, Killuran and Ogonnelloe, to be dean of Killaloe, 609.

-, -, dean of Killaloe, charges against, 730, 731.

-, Ocormacayn, John, de facto rector of Kilmalinoge and of Magunacclay, 764.

-, Ocormacayn, ocormachayn, Maurice, de facto a canon of Clonfert and prebendary of Killaan, 764.

-, -, to have a vicarage in the diocese of Tuam, 902.

-, Icormachayn, Thomas, dean of Killaloe, charges against, 57.

-, -, death of, 609.

Ocormayc. See Ogormuck.

Ocory, Ocovry. See O'Curry, Luke.

Ocquirohayn. See O'Curran.

Ocrauain, Donald, de facto vicar of St. Munchin, Limerick, 739.

Ocronin, Ocronyn, David, de facto vicar of Nohovaldaly, 731.

-, Ocronyin, Ocronyn, John, a canon of Cork, papal mandatary, 125, 127, 176.

Ocrormachan. See O'Cormachan, David.

Ocrumyn, David. See Maikeallikan alias Ocrumyn.

-, Donald, vicar of Aghabulloge, charges against, 858, 859.

-, Maurice, vicar of Aglish, to be also vicar of Aghabulloge, 858, 859.

-, Thady, de facto vicar of Subulter, 421.

Ocrunle, Ycrunnle, Dermit, sometime rector of Ballycommon, 360.

Ocuagearll (?), Magonius, a canon of Londonderry, papal mandatary, 164.

Ocuaina, Stuama, Dermit, to have a rectory in the diocese of Ardfert, 897.

Ocuirch. See O'Quirk, Matthew.

Oculayn, Oculcain, Oculean, See O'Cullen.

O'Cullen, Oculean, Okulan, Celestine (Celestinus), a canon of Tuam, papal mandatary, 83, 656.

-, Occullean, Oculean, Donald, de facto a canon of Armagh and prebendary of Ballyclog, 511.

-, -, chancellor of Armagh, to have the prebend of Clonfeacle united to his dignity, 795.

-, Occulayn, Ochcunouain, Ocolayn, Oculayn, Oculcain, Oculean, Oculena, Ocullayng, Okulan, John, a canon of Tuam, papal mandatary, 11, 83, 132, 135, 327, 387, 446, 535, 656.

-, Occullen, John, intruded chaplain in the cathedral church of Clogher, 396.

-, Ocuylleayn, John, uncanonical vicar of Aghada, 772.

-, Oculean, John, sometime vicar of Kilgeever, 765.

-, Ochelayn, Ocolen, Odo, rector of Rathcooney, to be a canon of Cork and prebendary of Dunbulloge and rector of Dunbulloge, 740.

-, -, a canon of Cork, papal mandatary, 164.

-, -, sometime a canon of Cork and prebendary of Dunbulloge, with the rectory of Rathcooney and the vicarage of Dunbulloge annexed, and de facto vicar of Nohaval, to be rector of Rathcooney, 766, 767.

-, Ocaelean, Thomas, late a canon of Armagh and prebendary of Clonfeacle, 57.

O'Cullinan, Ycuillynan, Ycullenan, Maurice, late rector of Bekan, 395, 479.

Ocungulami. See Ocongulain.

Ocurik. See O'Quirk, Matthew.

O'Curran, Ocquirohayn, Edmund, rector of Inch, grant to, 430.

O'Curran Boy, Vcorronby, Aidan, late a canon of Cashel and prebendary of Crohane, 54.

O'Curry, Occurrij, Dermit, late rector of Myshall, 139, 140.

-, Oconry, Ocoray, Ocory, Ocovry, Luke alias Lucan or Lucanus, to be a canon of Killaloe and prebendary of Tomgraney, 547, 875.

-, -, a claimant to a canonry of Killaloe and the prebend of Tomgraney, 71.

-, -, to be precentor of Killaloe, 134, 135.

-, Occurry, Occurryn, Odimundus, to be rector of Myshall, 139, 140.

Ocuyll, Thady, to be vicar of Kilcrohane, 761.

Ocuylleayn. See O'Cullen, John.

Ocuyrch, Ocuyrck, Ocuyrch. See O'Quirk.

Ocylti, Icylti, John, sometime rector of Errigal, 48.

Ocynaid, Thady, provided to the priory of Kilmore-na-Sinna, resignation of, 121.

Ocyndaelagh, Yeyndaelagin, William, late vicar of Killursa, 389.

Ocyunayd. See O'Kenna.

Odabayg, Eneas, to be a canon of Cork and prebendary of Killanully, 144.

Odady (?), John, de facto rector of Killermogh, 167.

Odagna, Odagny. See O'Dea, Denis.

O'Daly, Odalay, Odaly, Cornelius, a canon of Cloyne, papal mandatary, 476, 507.

-, Odalayd, Eneas, a canon of Cloyne, papal mandatary, 699.

-, Odally, Eugenius, de facto a canon of Cork and prebendary of Dunbulloge and rector of Dunbulloge, 740.

-, John, bishop of Clonmacnoise, uncanonical rector of Dysart, co. Westmeath, 412.

-, Matthew, de facto a canon of Cork and prebendary of Killanully, 144.

-, Odalaydh, Thady, a canon of Cork, papal mandatary, 428.

Odamin, Odamyn, Maurice, vicar of Kilkeedy, charges against, 297.

-, -, late vicar of Kylsernil (? Kilkeedy), 378.

Odannamayn. See O'Donovan, Cornelius.

Odarchan, Bernard, de facto vicar of Toomour, 190.

Oddington, Otheleia, [co. Oxon], grange of, 481.

O'Dea, Ygyayg, Cornelius, late a canon of Killaloe and prebendary of Inniscattery, 612.

-, Edrayg (sic), Odagna, Odagny, Odeagyd, Odeayd, Odeayg, Odegayd, Odehayg, Odoa, Denis, a canon of Killaloe, papal mandatary, 145, 358, 376. 502, 654, 655, 700, 703, 715, 719.

Odermody, Odearmadaid, Odo, a canon of Tuam, papal mandatary, 602, 814.

Odero. See O'Clery, Dermit.

Odiuina. See O'Dunn, John.

Odiy. See Odych.

Odoa. See O'Dea, Denis.

Odochartaigh. See O'Dougherty, Nellanus.

Odocharthayd (i.e. O'Dougherty). See MacArdle alias O'Dougherty.

Odoelan. See O'Dolan, Cornelius.

Odoigelcan, Cornelius, to be vicar of Taghboy, 301–2.

Odokcurtaydh (i.e. O'Dougherty). See MacArdle alias O'Dougherty.

O'Dolan, Odulf, Odurin, Ydulyn, Concofinus, to be vicar of the united vicarages of Kilcolman and Ballydeloughy, 66.

-, -, sometime vicar of Ardnurcher, 613.

-, -, indult to, 879.

-, -, to be dean of Cloyne, 877.

-, Odoelan, Cornelius, late vicar of Taghboy, 94.

-, Odolan, John, de facto vicar of Kilfinaghta, 843.

-, Odulyn, Thomas, to be vicar of Ardnurcher, 613.

Odollane. See Odulana, Malachy.

Odomnaill. See O'Donnell, Magonius.

Odompnall, Eneas. See Macmaclleachlain.

Odomurcha. See O'Donoghue. William.

Odon’. See Hoaden.

Odonanalyn. See O'Donellan, Malachy.

Odonayll. See O'Donnell, Odo.

Odonchua, David, de facto a canon of Kilmacduagh and prebendary of Kinvarradoorus, 340.

-, -, dean of Kilmacduagh, sentence of, 328.

-, Denis, late bishop of Kilmacduagh, 72.

-, Odonchew, Geoffrey, de facto rector of Kilthomas, 155.

-, -, de facto vicar of Ardrahan, 340.

-, Odonchw, Odouchy, Ydoncho, John, de facto treasurer of Kilmacduagh, 658.

-, -, to be treasurer of Kilmacduagh, 865.

-, -, late treasurer of Kilmacduagh, 56, 151.

O'Donellan, Idonolayn, Cornelius, an Augustinian canon of Clontuskert, to be chaplain of Killoran, 89.

-, Odwnyla, Dermit, to have a vicarage in the diocese of Tuam, 882.

-, Odonanalyn, Malachy, an Augustinian canon of Clontuskert, to be prior of Roscommon, 723.

-, Odonollan, Odo, late vicar of Kylhalaghtan, 377.

-, Odonollan, Thomas, behaving as an Augustinian canon of Clontuskert, intruded vicar of Kylhalaghtan, 377.

Odonis, Laurence, to have a vicarage in the diocese of Killaloe, 905.

Odonna. See O'Dunn, John.

Odonnamayn. See O'Donovan.

O'Donnell, Ydohnmayll, Bernard Macmeanman, sometime rector of Taughboyne, to be vicar of the church de Sustinentia, 840.

-, Odonnwail, Odonwlil, Cornelius, sometime vicar of Kilmaloda, 856.

-, Odonwail, Donald, party to a simoniacal bargain, 856, 857.

-, Odonnayle, Donatus, de facto rector of Clonsast, 539.

-, Odompnell, Encas. See Macmaclleachlain.

-, Odomnaill, Magonius, to be rector of Clonca, 650.

-, Odonayll, Odo, patron of the vicarage of Taughboyne, 538.

-, Odonyll, Raymund, a monk of Macosquin and de facto abbot of the same, 848.

Odonnochw. See O'Donoghue, Patrick.

Odonnogayn, John, de facto vicar of Kilglass and a canon of Killala and prebendary of Skreen, 673, 674.

Odonnwail. See O'Donnell, Cornelius.

O'Donoghue, Odonnochw, Patrick, late abbot of Inishlounaght, 414.

-, Odonochu, Thady, captain of O'Donoghue, 250.

-, Odomurcha (recte Odonnucha), Odonnochw, Ydonhyn, Ydonochow, William, a monk of Inishlounaght, to be abbot of the same, 402.

-, -, de facto abbot of Inishlounaght, 414.

-, -, abbot of Inishlounaght, charges against, 531.

-, -, petition of, 13.

Odonollan. See O'Donellan.

Odonortha, John, vicar of Killeedy, charges against, 123, 124.

-, Odonorchy, Maurice, sometime rector of Mahoonagh, with the rectory of Monagay united thereto, 123.

-, -, de facto rector of Mahoonagh and Monagay, 76.

-, -, de facto rector of Monagay, 809.

O'Donovan, Odonnamayn, Anasius (sic), a canon of Ross, papal mandatary, 418.

-, Odannamayn, Cornelius, to have a vicarage in the diocese of Ross [in Ireland], 895.

-, Donald, bishop of Ross [in Ireland], resignation of, 352.

-, -, resignation and death of, 142.

-, -, proctor of, 142.

-, -, sometime bishop of Ross [in Ireland], pension for, 876.

-, -, death of, 743.

-, Odonnamayn, Odonywan, Donatus, a canon of Cork, papal mandatary, 125, 428.

Odonwail, Odonwhil, Odonyll. See O'Donnell.

Odonywan. See O'Donovan, Donatus.

O'Dorney, Kereleson, Kirieleison, Kirieleyson, Kyreleyson, Kyrieleison, Kyrieleyson, Kyrileyson, Kyryeleyson, [co. Kerry], Cistercian abbey of St. Mary, abbot of, papal mandatary, 100, 112, 122, 127, 137, 146, 186, 343, 344, 455, 460, 472, 476, 510, 526, 588, 605, 612, 613, 699, 732, 742, 809, 833.

-, -, Edmund de facto abbot of. See FitzMaurice.

-, Philip abbot commendatary of. See Stack.

Odouchy (recte Odonchy). See Odonchua, John.

Odougale, Thady, a litigant for the rectory of Donaghmore, co. Tyrone, 320, 321.

O'Dougherty, Odocharthayd, Odokcurtaydh, Donatus. See Mac-Ardle alias O'Dougherty.

-, Odochartaigh, Nellanus, de facto rector of Moville, 604.

Odouna. See O'Dunn, John.

O'Dowd, Odwud, Charles, a canon of Kildare, papal mandatary, 509.

-, Odubda, Odubea, Ydubda, Cornelius, to be archdeacon of Killala, 906.

-, -, date of provision of, 905 note.

-, -, union of a rectory to the archdeaconry of Killala for, 905.

-, Odubda, Dermit, a canon of Killala, papal mandatary, 121.

-, Oduda, Donald, prior (called master) of the Franciscan friars' house of Ballymote, petition of, 120.

-, Oduda, John, to have a vicarage in the diocese of Lismore, 878.

-, Oduda, Maurice, to be vicar of Easky, 297, 298.

-, Odubda, Yduba, Nellanus, a canon of Killala and prebendary of Killanly with the vicarage of Castleconor thereto annexed, charges against, 664.

-, -, sometime a canon of Killala and prebendary of Killanly, 121.

Odowgyn, Odoygyn. See O'Duggan, William.

Odoylean, Odoyllaen, Philip, sometime vicar of Kiltormer, to be vicar of Killeenadeema, 302.

Odralbaguyan, John, commission for, 907.

Odriffyn. See Oduffryn, Thomas.

Odriniri (?), Duyt, Patrick, archdeacon of Ossory, resignation of, 169, 174.

O'Driscoll, Ohedyrsceoyl, Donald, a canon of Ross, papal mandatary, 306.

-, Yhedersgeoyll, Yhedersgroyll, Donatus, a canon of Ross, provided to the vicarages of Creagh and Tullagh, to be rehabilitated and to be vicar of Tullagh, 768, 769.

-, -, rectory in the diocese of Ross, erected into a canonry for, 896.

-, -, to have a parish church in that diocese, 896.

-, Ohedersgeoyll, Eneas, vicar of Tullagh, deprivation of, 768.

-, Ohedersgeoyl, Odo, a canon of Ross, provided to the bishopric of Ross [in Ireland], 352.

-, -, confirmation of the provision of, 888, 888 note.

-, -, faculty for the consecration of, 352.

-, -, bishop of Ross [in Ireland], sometime vicar of Aghadown, to hold that vicarage in commendam, and to be prior commendatary of Ross, 146, 147.

-, -, despoiled of the rule of his church, 147.

-, -, to be restored to possession of his see, 142, 143.

-, -, collation made by, 768.

-, -, deprivation by, 768.

Odroma, Odromo, Nemeas, a canon of Kilmore, papal mandatary, 11, 65, 298, 441.

Odruffyn. See Oduffryn, Nicholas.

Oduala, James, to have a vicarage in the diocese of Cloyne, 879.

Odubaill, Roger, late rector of Ballymartin, 533.

Odubayd, Patrick, late rector of Clonca, 650.

Odubda. See O'Dowd.

Odubgilla, Thomas, to have a vicarage in the diocese of Kilmacdaugh, 914.

Odubhyr, Odo, de facto rector of Inishkeel, 758.

Oduchony, Yduchony, John, late a canon of Cashel and prebendary of Killardry and Cloonfinglass, 767.

Oduda. See O'Dowd.

Oduffryn, Dermit, a monk of Glascarrig, to be abbot of Ferns, 575.

-, -, blessing of, 575.

-, Odruffyn, Nicholas, a canon of Ferns, papal mandatary, 604.

-, Odriffyn, Thomas, late abbot of Ferns, 575.

Oduggilla, Yduggilla, Nicholas, late vicar of Ardrahan, 340.

O'Duggan, Odoygyn, Oduigin, Oduygin, Oduyguyn, Oduygyn, Ydwygyn, William, to be a canon of Killaloe and prebendary of Kyle with the rectory of Donaghmore, co. Kilkenny, and the fruits of Tachdynayn united thereto, 701.

-, -, a canon of Killaloe, executor of a papal mandate, 74, 546.

-, -, papal mandatary, 76, 140, 191, 373, 606, 636, 716.

-, Oduygyn, William, an Augustinian canon of Lorrha, papal mandatary, 361.

-, Odowgyn, Oduygyn, William, prior of Fertagh, deprivation of, 723, 724.

-, -, to have a priory in the diocese of Ossory, 897.

Odulana, Oduluna, Cornelius, de facto vicar of Dysert, co. Kerry, 183.

-, Odollane, Malachy, a canon of Kildare, dwelling in Ossory diocese, papal mandatary, 76, 111, 129.

-, -, dispensation to, 913.

Odulchanta, Ydulchanta, Rory, late rector of Kilmartin, 857.

Odulcarga, Thomas, late vicar of Manulla, 295.

Odulf. See O'Dolan, Concofinus.

Oduluna. See Odulana, Cornelius.

Odulyn. See O'Dolan, Thomas.

O'Dunn, Oduynd, Edmund, provided to the vicarage of Geashill, 365.

-, Odiuina, Odonna, Odouna, Odunna, John, a canon of Annaghdown, papal mandatary, 92, 93, 684.

-, -, a canon of Annaghdown, provided to the vicarage of Claregalway and the prebend of Kilmeen, grant to, 88.

-, -, to be vicar of Claregalway, 700.

-, Oduinns, William, de facto vicar of Loughrea, 835.

Odurara, Malachy, vicar of the church of the Shrine, Tuam, charges against, 151, 152. Cf. Odurtan.

Odurin. See O'Dolan, Concofinus.

Odurtan, Malachy, de facto vicar of the church of the Shrine, Tuam, 653. Cf. Odurara.

Oduurla alias Yamyl, James, a claimant to the vicarage of Wheery, 49.

Oduy, Cornelius, a canon of Londonderry and prebendary of Moville, charges against, 285.

Oduygin, Oduyguyn, Oduygyn. See O'Duggan.

Oduynd. See O'Dunn, Edmund.

Odwnyla. See O'Donellan, Dermit.

Odwud. See O'Dowd, Charles.

Odych, Odiy, Thady, a canon of Ardfert, papal mandatary, 588, 833.

Odygy, Cornelius, late vicar of Kilmoylan, 399.

Odymasayl alias Macmarhynyd, Rory, to have a vicarage and rectory in the diocese of Kildare, 881.

Odymassay, William, vicar of Kylmainduis, 588.

Oerth. See Oberch.

Oegullen, Yegullen, Cucagrus, sometime dean of Clonmacnoise, 521.

Oelnam. See Ocluan, William.

Ofaelan, Offaelain, Offelan, Donald alias Denis, chancellor of Limerick, charges against, 45, 454.

-, -, petition of, 454.

-, Ofelan, Offaelain, Offalan, Offelain, Offelan, Eugenius, prior commendatary of the Holy Cross by the bridge of Limerick, rector of Shandrum, charges against, 44.

-, -, unfounded charges against, 529.

-, -, prior commendatary of SS. Mary and Edward the martyr by the bridge of Limerick, charges against, 318.

-, -, deprivation of, 256, 257.

-, -, sometime a Friar Minor, afterwards prior of the hospital of St. Edward the king and martyr by the bridge of Limerick, rector of Shandrum and a canon of Cloyne, to be received as a Trinitarian Friar of Adare and to be minister or prior of the same, 162, 163.

-, Felayn, Offayllayn, John, a canon of Ferns, papal mandatary, 128, 145, 754, 793, 823, 840.

-, -, a canon of Ferns, to be papal nuncio and collector general of the papal Camera in Ireland, 127, 210.

-, Ofaelain, Offaclain, Offaelan, Yfaelan, Yffaelan, Maurice, to be rector of Mahoonagh and Monagay, 76.

-, -, to be rector of Mahoonagh, with Monagay annexed, and vicar of Corcomohide and of Killeedy, 123, 124.

-, -, rector of Mahoonagh and a litigant for the rectory of Monagay, 809.

-, Ofaelyn, William, to be received as an Augustinian canon of Tristernagh and to be prior of the same, 824.

Ofahgartho. See O'Fogarty.

O'Fahy, Ofathi, Offahy, Nicholas, vicar of Ballynakill, to be a canon of Clonfert and prebendary of Drought, 602.

-, -, vicar of St. Brandon, Ballynakill, to be a canon of Tuam and prebendary of Kilmeen, 622.

-, Yfathy, William, late a canon of Limerick and prebendary of Donaghmore, 670.

Ofaircheallaich, Offayrchellaic, Yfaircheallaich, Bernard, sometime vicar of Templeport, 298.

-, -, to be vicar of Kildallan, 441.

Ofalue, Offalue, Donatus, to be vicar of Kilcummin, 120.

-, Matthew, late rector of Kilmicluym, 343.

O'Falvin, Offalluyn, Charles, to be a canon of Elphin and prebendary of Fuerty and Kilconmata, 534.

-, -, de facto a canon of Elphin and prebendary of Fuerty and Kilconmata, 758.

-, -, a canon of Elphin, papal mandatary, 723.

-, -, a canon of Elphin and prebendary of Fuerty, to be also vicar of Taghboy, 94.

-, Offalluyn, Maurice, an Augustinian canon of Rathkeale, to be prior of Clontuskert, 153, 154.

O'Farrell, Offergail, Bernard, to be rector of Muintir-an-ghaile and vicar of Kilcommock united thereto, 666.

-, Offyrygil, Clement, late rector of Raymoghy, 532.

-, Ofergail, Yfergail, Cornelius, late rector of the united parish churches in Muinter-Eolays, 344, 443.

-, Foregaill, Donald, substituted proctor of Thomas Osannachan alias Oscullin, dean of Limerick, 397.

-, Ofergaul, Offergayl, Donald, a canon of Ardagh, papal mandatary, 362, 419.

-, Ofergail, Offergail, Yfergail, Donald, uncanonical, or de facto rector of Muintir-Eolays, 96, 344.

-, -, rector of Muintir-Eolays, absolution etc. for, 442, 443.

-, Yfergail, Donatus, sometime rector of Muintir-Eolays, 442.

-, Yfergail, Fantutius, to be dean of Ardagh, 444.

-, Offargaile, Gerald, a claimant to the rectory of Muintir-anghaile, 666.

-, Offergail, Gerard, late dean of Ardagh, 444.

-, Oferagail, Roger, a canon of Ardagh, papal mandatary, 19.

-, Offergayl, Rory, a litigant for the rectory of St. Mary, Ballymore, 624.

-, William, abbot of Granard, to be bishop of Ardagh, 99.

-, -, consecration of, 99.

-, Offergayl, William, a canon of Ardagh with the vicarage of Kilcommock united to his canonry, marriage of, 665.

O'Farrelly, Offeraylle, Odo, to be rector of Templeshanbo, 574.

Ofathi. See O'Fahy, Nicholas.

Ofegahit, Thady, rector of Baleineanthowal, absolution etc. of, 362, 363.

Ofelan. See Ofaelan, Eugenius.

Oferagail, Ofergail, Ofergaul. See O'Farrell.

Ofernan, Nicholas, rector of Kilkeel, charges against, 538.

Offaelain, Offaelan. See Ofaelan.

Offahy. See O'Fahy, Nicholas.

Offalan. See O'faelan, Eugenius.

Offalluyn. See O'Falvin.

Offalue. See Ofalue.

Offargaile. See O'Farrell, Gerald.

Offayllayn. See Ofaelan, John.

Offayrchellaic. See Ofaircheallaich.

Offegayd, Odo, vicar of Annagh, co. Cavan, absolution etc. for, 411, 412.

Offelain, Offelan. See Ofaelan.

Offeraylle. See O'Farrelly.

Offergail, Offergayl. See O'Farrell.

Offergusa. See Ofirgussa, Patrick.

Offin. See Ofyn, Thomas.

Offinacdhy, Donald, de facto vicar of Kilmahon, 189.

Offlaferti, Offlaferty. See O'Flaherty.

Offlaforen, Cornelius, to be an Augustinian canon of St. Mary, Annaghdown, 697.

Offlagartha. See O'Flaherty, Dermit.

Offlaind, Offlainnd. See O'Flynn.

Offlamayn, John, vicar of Kiltoola, charges against, 57.

Offlangaile, Offlangale, Offlangalie, Offlangayle, Offlangole. See Oflangole.

Offlanagan. See O'Flannagan, Dermit.

Offlayn. See O'Flynn, Cornelius.

Offley, Oflei, Ofley, [co. Herts], vicarage of, 730.

Offley, High, Offley, [co. Staffs], a prebend in Lichfield, 807.

Offlin. See O'Flynn, Thomas.

Offrachi, John, sometime vicar of Kylmainduis, petition of, 588.

Offragaid, Odo, a canon of Kilmore, papal mandatary, 372.

Offyacanayg, Donald, to be vicar of Gogelwys, 102.

Offyn, Offynd. See Ofyn.

Offyrygil. See O'Farrell, Clement.

Ofirgussa, Offergusa, Patrick, late vicar of Addergoole, 299.

-, William, a canon of Kilmore, papal mandatary, 11.

Oflaertargh, Oflaferty. See O'Flaherty.

O'Flaherty, Offlaferty, Offlagartha, Oflayrt, Dermit, a canon of Annaghdown, papal mandatary, 90, 94, 152.

-, Oflaertargh, Dermit, to be vicar of Rahoon, and dispensation to, 441, 442.

-, Offlaferti, Eugenius, uncanonical vicar of Rosslee, 11.

-, Oflaferty, Maurice, rector of the parish churches of Gnobeg, dispensation to, 300.

-, Oflartay, Yflahirthyd, Rory, sometime vicar of Moyrus, 387.

-, -, to have a vicarage in the diocese of Annaghdown, 896.

-, Oflayrt, Thady, a canon of Annaghdown, papal mandatary, 94.

Oflainnd. See O'Flynn, Donald.

Oflangole, Offlangale, Offlangayle, John, a canon of Killala, papal mandatary, 297, 755.

-, John, late prior of Aughris alias Inishmurray, 62.

-, Offlangole, Malachy, to be prior of Aughris alias Inishmurray, 62.

-, Offlangaile, Offlangale, Patrick, vicar of Shreen, charges against, 12.

-, -, de facto vicar of Skreen, 756.

-, Offlangalie, William, a canon of Killala, to be vicar of Skreen, 756.

O'Flannagan, Offlanagan, Oflannagan, Dermit, a canon of Elphin, papal mandatary, 412.

-, -, de facto a canon of Elphin and prebendary of Fuerty, 94.

-, -, de facto a canon of Elphin and prebendary of Fuerty and Kilconmata, 534.

-, Oflangayn, Yfflannygayn, John, a canon of Kilfenora, papal mandatary, 390.

-, -, a canon of Kilfenora and prebendary of Templebrecan with the rectory of Ibrickan united thereto, absolution etc. for, 390, 391.

-, -, petition of, 390.

-, Oflanigan, Oflanygan, John, rector of Kilmurry, charges against, 51.

-, Oslamagan, Laurence, to have a rectory in the diocese of Clogher, 910.

-, Oflanagayn, Malachy, de facto rector of Corca-Achlann, 423.

-, Oflonnagayn, Odo, late a canon of Elphin and prebendary of Kiltrustan, 19.

-, Oflannagayn, Thomas, a canon of Elphin, papal mandatary, 102.

-, Oflinagayn, William, vicar of Robertstown, charges against, 86, 87.

Oflannura, John, de facto vicar of Kilnasoolagh, 149.

Oflanygan. See O'Flannagan, John.

Oflarim, Donald, a canon of Kilmore, papal mandatary, 361.

Oflartay. See O'Flaherty, Rory.

Oflathif, Thady, vicar of Kilscannell, to be an Augustinian canon of Rathkeale and to be prior of the same, 716, 717.

O'Flavin, Flahanan, Thomas, a canon of Lismore, papal mandatary, 349.

Oflayn. See O'Flynn, Dermit.

Oflayrt. See O'Flaherty, Thady.

Oflei, Ofley. See Offley.

Oflinagayn, Oflonnagayn. See O'Flannagan.

O'Flynn, Offlayn, Yflayn, Cornelius, abbot of Gill Abbey, Cork, petition of, 800.

-, -, removal of, 125, 126.

-, -, to be also chancellor of Cork and vicar of Liscleary, 757.

-, -, abbot of Gill Abbey, Cork, and chancellor commendatary of Cork, charges against, 124, 125.

-, -, sometime vicar commendatary of Clonmeen, 757, 761.

-, Oflayn, Ysflayn, Dermit, to be vicar of Clonmeen with the vicarage of Roskeen united thereto, 761.

-, -, vicar of Clonmeen, to be also vicar of Rosskeen united thereto, 757.

-, Oflainnd, Donald, a canon of Kilmore, papal mandatary, 11.

-, Oflynnma, Rory, to be vicar of Cullen and Nohovaldaly, 301.

-, Offlin, Thomas, to have a vicarage in the diocese of Ardfert, 897.

-, Offlaind, William, sometime de facto vicar of Addergoole, 299.

O'Fogarty, Ofahgartho, Philip, a canon of Cashel, papal mandatary, 436.

Ofraehayn, William, to be treasurer of Limerick, 877.

Ofraguil, incorrect amendment of Osiaguil, 368. See O'shiel, John.

O'Freyn, Ofrugna, Donald Boy (Candidus), de facto rector of Carlow, 772.

Ofyn, Ofym, Donald, de facto rector of Killiney and Kilshannig and of the parcel of Kilcummin, 336.

-, Offyn, Offynd, John, a canon of Ardfert, papal mandatary, 100, 107, 175.

-, Offynd, Thomas, provided to the vicarage of Dunurlin, 112.

-, Offin, Thomas, de facto vicar of Kilquane, 460.

Ogalchou, Thomas, rector of Dromin, sometime a canon of Limerick and prebendary of Tullabracky collation etc. to, 411.

O'Gallagher, Ogallcabair, Bernard, a canon of Raphoe, papal mandatary, 759.

-, Ogallembair, Bernard, uncanonical vicar of Drumhome, 17.

-, Ogallcubayr, Cormac, late vicar of Taughboyne, 537, 538.

-, Ogalleribair, Fergollus. See Macgillage.

-, Ogallcubayr, John, abbot of Assaroe, resignation of, 479.

-, Ygalleabayr, John, sometime rector of Clondavaddog, 112.

-, Ogalhur, John, sometime rector of Raymoghy, 532.

-, Laurence, bishop of Raphoe, absolution etc. for, 512.

-, -, resignation made to, and collation made by, 532.

-, -, residing in the Roman Court, papal mandatary, 332.

-, -, late bishop of Raphoe, resignation made to, and collation made by, 112, 113.

-, Ogellebar, Odo, to have a priory in the diocese of Clogher, 875.

Ogallcabair, Ogallcubayr, Ogallembair. See O'Gallaher.

Ogalleribair (i.e. O'Gallagher). See Macgillage, Fergollus.

Ogallycon, Thomas, de facto rector of Dromin, 460.

Ogarda. See O'Grady, Donatus.

Ogartan, Ygartan, Ygarthan, John, late vicar of Emlaghfad, 729, 815.

Ogashin, Ocassim, [a rural deanery in co. Clare], rectory of the united parish churches of Quin and, 302.

Ogellebar. See O'Gallagher, Odo.

Ogeretaid, Ogertaid, Ogerthaid. See O'Heggarty.

Ogibun, Tygybon, Richard, to be chancellor of Cloyne, 895.

-, -, chancellor of Coyne, to be rector of Ballingaddy, 399, 400.

Ogicakan, Thomas, to be a canon of Cashel and prebendary of Mullaghnoney, 348.

Ogilby. See Ogilvy, William.

Ogillagymayn, Ygyllagymayn, Dermit, precentor of Ross, petition of, 450.

-, -, to be administrator of the property of Ross cathedral, 450.

-, Ogyllagymayn, Laurence, to have a vicarage in the diocese of Ross [in Ireland], 896.

-, -, to have a priory in that diocese, 896.

Ogillahanayn, Ogillanan, Ogillyhenayn, Ogyllahanayn, Ygyllahnayn, William, vicar of Shanagolden, charges against, 353.

-, -, vicar of Shanagolden and Kilmoylan, sentence against and appeal of, 482, 483.

-, -, late vicar of Shanagolden, 87.

- See also Macgillachanayn.

Ogillamredan, Ogyllamredan, Cornelius, to have a vicarage in the diocese of Killaloe, 870.

Ogillasenayn, Maurice, the elder, a portionary and uncanonical prior of the collegiate church of Scattery Island, to be removed, 842.

-, Maurice, the younger, a portionary of the collegiate church of Scattery Island, to be prior of the same, 842.

-, Ogillaseuayn, Ogyllaseuayn, Thady, portionary of Kylltellynd, de facto vicar of Killimer, 342.

Ogillyhanayn. See Ogillahanayn.

Ogilvy, Ogylwy, James, provost of St. Salvator, St. Andrews, sometime vicar of Coupar-Angus, 366.

-, Walter, dispensed to marry anew, 559.

-, -, wife of. See Edmonston, Margaret.

-, Ogilby, William, a canon of Brechin, papal mandatary, 225.

Ogiy, Ygiy, Cornelius, late vicar of Shanagolden, 87.

Oglasdigeyt, Oglasdigryt, Fergallus, late vicar of Ballydeloughy, 476.

Oglesayn, Yglesayn, Maurice, to be received as an Augustinian canon, and to be prior of Nenagh, 47.

-, -, an Augustinian canon of Nenagh, to be prior of the same, 73, 74.

-, -, an Augustinian canon of Nenagh, mandate for collation of that priory to, 546.

Ogonain, Ygonam, Thomas, sometime vicar of Kiltullagh, co. Roscommon, 602.

Ogonnelloe, Occonnayle, [co. Clare], parish church of (with four other parish churches), rectory of, 609.

Ogormuck, Ochorinth, Ocormayc, Ogormaich, Ogormyc, Ogormyg, Ycormayt, [i.e Ui Cormaic, a rural deanery in co. Clare], rectory of, 376.

-, rectory of Drumcliff [and] Kilmaley in the rural fee of, 391.

-, rectory of Drumcliff and Kilmaley called the rectory of, 755.

-, -, erected into a prebend in Killaloe, 755.

-, united parish churches of, rectory of, 131.

-, vicarage in. See Drumcliff.

-, described as a prebend in Kilfenora, 621, 683.

O'Grady, Ogarda, Ograda, Ogradi, Qograydh, Donatus, a canon of Killaloe, papal mandatary, 44, 131, 155, 302, 318, 460, 529, 588, 603, 605, 606, 654, 655, 658, 741.

-, -, a canon of Killaloe and prebendary of Tomgraney, charges against, 547.

-, -, father of, 71. See also O'Grady, Nicholas.

-, -, kinsman of, 70, 71.

-, -, a canon of Killaloe and prebendary of Tomgraney with the vicarage of Tomgraney thereto annexed, to hold the archdeaconry of Killaloe in commendam, 70, 71.

-, Ograda, John, a party to a simoniacal bargain, 149.

-, -, father of. See O'Grady, Nicholas.

-, Nicholas, father of Donatus O'Grady, 547.

-, Nicholas, father of John O'Grady, 149.

-, Ograda, Thomas, dispensation to, 915.

Ogrechain, Thomas, vicar of Outeragh and Mortlestown, to be received as a monk of Inishlounaght and to be abbot of the same, 414.

Ogriffa, Ygrifa, Donatus, to have a rectory in the diocese of Killaloe, 906.

-, Ogrifa, John, to be vicar of Cahernarry, 362.

-, -, provided to the vicarage of Cahernarry, to be also vicar of Donaghmore, co. Limerick, 360, 361.

-, Ogryffa, Laurence, proctor of Donatus Macnamara, 754.

-, Ogryffa, Laurence, the elder, late vicar of Kilnamona, 755.

-, Ygriffa, Laurence, the younger, vicar of Clondagad, to be a canon of Killalloe and prebendary of Ogormuck with the vicarages of Kilnamona and Clondagad united thereto, 755.

-, -, de facto vicar of Clondegad and rector of Ogormuck, 131.

-, Oguffa, Mark, to have a vicarage in the diocese of Killaloe, 904.

-, Matthew, bishop of Killaloe, collation made by, 509.

-, -, dispensation etc. by, 701.

-, -, executor of a papal mandate, 525.

-, -, information supplied by, 142.

-, -, kinsman of. See Macgorman, Thady.

-, -, letters of, 715.

-, -, prebend erected by, etc., 753.

-, -, canon made by, 753.

-, -, presentation made to, and institution by, 127.

-, -, resignations made to and collations made by, 100, 333, 334.

-, -, unions made by, 70, 303.

-, -, sometime rector of Drumcliff, 377.

-, -, late bishop of Killaloe, 914 note.

-, Ogryffa, Odo, de facto vicar of Kilnamona, 755.

Ogryfyn, Thomas, de facto vicar of Barrow, 112.

Oguffa. See Ogriffa, Mark.

Ogyllagymayn. See Ogillagymayn, Laurence.

Ogyllahanayn. See Ogillahanayn.

Ogyllamredan. See Ogillamredan.

Ogyllasenayn. See Ogillasenayn, Thady.

Ogylwy. See Ogilvy, James.

Ohaegayn (? recte Ohaegayn), Donatus, to have a rectory and vicarage in the diocese of Meath, 902.

Ohaclayn (recte Ohaelayn). See Ohaelayn, James.

Ohaed, Cognoscius, late rector of Aghaloo, 303.

-, Patrick, to be rector of Aghaloo, 303.

Ohaedghayn. See Ohedegan, Cornelius.

Ohaega. See Oheaga, Thomas.

Ohaelayn, Yhaelayn, Gilbert, sometime vicar of Rathangan, 509.

-, -, proctor of. See Ohaelayn, Malmora.

-, Haelan, Ohaclayn, Ohaelan, James, a canon of Kildare, papal mandatary, 111, 701, 823.

-, John, to be rector of Clonsast, 539.

-, Malachy, to be vicar of Rathangan, 509.

-, Malmora (sic), proctor of Gilbert Ohaelayn, 509.

Ohaengusa, Donald, rector of Killymard, to be also vicar of Drumhome, 17.

Ohahyn, Donatus, de facto a canon of Tuam and prebendary of Kilmeen, 622.

Ohalinain, Ohalinan, Ohalynan, Ohalynayn, David, a canon of Cork, papal mandatary, 127, 144.

-, -, to be chancellor of Cork and vicar of Kilnaglory, 124, 125.

-, -, de facto a canon of Cork and prebendary of Inishkenny, 739.

Ohallacan, Yhallacan, John, sometime vicar of Rosslee, 11.

Ohalluran, Ohallinoran, Cornelius, to be vicar of Moycullen, 440, 441.

-, Ohallinoran, Yhallinoran, Dermit, sometime vicar of Moycullen, 440.

-, -, a litigant for the rectory of Moycullen, 566.

-, Ohallurayn, Donatus, de facto vicar of Killokennedy, 603.

-, Ohaluaran, Odo, to be vicar of Omey and of Rosslee, 11, 12.

-, Ohalorayn, William, to be vicar of Moyrus, 387.

Ohalutayn, Vhalutayn, Thady, to be a canon of Tuam and prebendary of Killabegs with the vicarage of Moyrus, united thereto, 135.

Ohalynan, Ohalynayn. See Ohalinain.

Ohanayn, Ogenius (sic), a canon of Killaloe, papal mandatary, 605.

Ohanigan, Ohynangan, Oynaghan, Oynhagan, Dermit, a canon of Achonry, papal mandatary, 179, 189.

-, -, to be also vicar of Kilmacteige, 179.

-, Ohanygayn, Thady, to be a canon of Cashel and prebendary of Killardry, 509.

Ohanim, Donatus, late archdeacon of Clonfert, 92.

Ohanly, Oaynli, Thady, a canon of Tuam, papal mandatary, 327, 602.

-, Ohanli, Thady, rector of Dunmore, charges against, 849.

-, -, de facto rector of Dunmore, 770.

Ohanrahanyn. See Ohanrihan, Patrick.

O'Hanratty, Ohynrathy, Yhynrachthy, Dermit, vicar of Kilmurry, absolution etc. for, 355, 356.

-, -, to be also vicar of Killofin, 388.

-, Oanrathyg, Ohanrattayd, Ohanrrathaid, Edmund, provided to the archdeaconry of Armagh, to be a canon of Clogher and prebendary of Muckno, 575.

-, -, a canon of Clogher, papal mandatary, 152, 774.

Ohanrihan, Maurice, an Augustinian canon of Inniscronane, to be prior of the same, 702, 703.

-, -, father of. See Ohanrihan, Thady.

-, Ohaurian, Maurice, to have a vicarage in the diocese of Killaloe, 915.

-, Ohanrahanyn, Patrick, de facto rector of Cloony, 132.

-, Thady, late prior of Inniscronane, father of Maurice Ohanrihan, 702, 703.

Ohanrrathaid. See O'Hanratty, Edmund.

Ohanygayn. See Ohanigan, Thady.

Ohara, John, a canon of Achonry, papal mandatary, 441.

-, Maurice, a canon of Achonry, papal mandatary, 338, 344.

-, Aharra, Maurice, union made for, 877.

-, Rory, a canon of Achonry, papal mandatary, 338, 344, 729.

-, Yara, Rory, sometime vicar of Kyllnaheind, 338.

Oharnadi, Donatus, late vicar of Magheracloone, 810.

-, -, son of, 810.

-, Oharnedi, John, son of Donatus Oharnadi, de facto vicar of Magheracloone, 810.

Ohaurian. See Ohanrihan, Maurice.

Ohayr, Patrick, resident at the Roman Court, dispensation for, 330.

Ohcaga. See Oheaga, Donatus.

Oheadra, Bernard, bishop of Achonry, resignation made to and provision made by, 441.

-, -, death of, 179.

Oheaga, Ohcaga, Donatus, prior of Ross, lands of his church alienated by, 146.

-, Ohaega, Thomas, abbot of St. John the Evangelist, Tuam, charges against, 521.

Ohealithy. See O'Hely, Dermit.

O'Hearain, Haren, William, a canon of Kildare, papal mandatary, 509.

Oheclache. See Oherlache.

Ohedegan, Ohaedghayn, Cornelius, vicar of Letterluna, charges against, 361.

-, Edmund, de facto rector of the rural (churh) of Glenlary, 478.

Ohedersgeoyl, Ohedersgeoyll. See O'Driscoll.

O'Hedian, Ohedyan, Cormac, vicar of Gogelwys, charges against, 102.

-, Ohedyan, Emundus, de facto a canon of Emly and prebendary of Lattin, removal of, 387.

-, Hedian, Ohedian, John, a claimant to the archdeaconry of Ossory, 23.

-, -, archdeacon of Ossory, grant to, 898.

-, -, sometime archdeacon of Ossory, 40.

-, -, archdeacon of Cashel and of Ossory, to be papal nuncio and collector in Ireland, 208.

-, -, faculties to, 209.

-, -, oath of fealty of, 209.

-, -, collector of the Papal Camera in Ireland, deprivation made by, 795.

-, -, archdeacon of Ossory, papal collector and nuncio in Ireland, to be bishop of Ossory, 72.

-, -, consecration of, at the Roman Court, 668.

-, -, bishop[-elect] or bishop of Ossory, sometime archdeacon of Cashel, 668, 669, 670, 672, 718.

-, -, collation by, 857.

-, -, deprivations made by, 129, 723.

-, -, resignation made to, 169.

-, Hedian, Hedyan, Yhedian, John, dean of Cashel, absolution etc. of, 393, 394.

-, -, appeal of, 638.

-, -, papal mandatary, 670.

-, -, to be removed, 54.

-, Hedian, Ohedian, John, a canon of Emly, executor of papal letters, 99.

-, -, papal mandatary, 424.

-, Hediam, Peter, to be treasurer of Cashel, 670.

-, Edian, Hedian, Richard, a brother of the hospital of St. John the Baptist, Dublin, farmer of benefices belonging thereto, 180.

-, Edian, Robert, provision of, to the archdeaconry of Ossory, 169, 174.

-, Ohediam, Thomas, to be rector of Corca-Achlann, 423.

-, William, bishop of Emly, collation by, 387.

-, -, executor of a papal mandate, 501.

-, -, also prior commendatary of Kells, co. Kilkenny, 345.

-, -, and his adherents, intimidation by, 346.

-, -, death of, 51, 471.

-, -, date of death of, 387 note.

-, -, son of. See O'Hedian, Emundus.

Ohedyrsceoyl. See O'Driscoll, Donald.

Ohegarthac, Ohegeritaide, Ohegertaid, Ohegertait. See O'Heggarty.

O'Heggarty, Ogeretaid, Ogertaid, Ogerthaid, Ohegeritaide, Ohegertaid, Ohegertait, Ohergertait, Donald, vicar of Kilmaloda, absolution etc. for, 856, 857.

-, Ohegarthac, Nicholas, abbot of Bangor, and the convent of the same, farm of a rectory granted by, 513.

Ohelahy, Ohelathy, Ohelay. See O'Hely.

Ohelhuytd. See O'Hely, James.

Ohelli. See O'Hely, James.

O'Hely, Ohelli, Denis, vicar of Bekan, to have collation afresh, 479.

-, Ohealithy, Ohelathy, Dermit, a canon of Cloyne, papal mandatary, 124, 858.

-, Ohelahy, Donatus, de facto a canon of Cloyne and prebendary of Donaghmore, 774.

-,Ohelhuytd, James, de facto a vicar of Kiltullagh, co. Roscommon, 602.

-,Ohelay, Maurice, de facto a de facto a canon of Cloyne and prebendary of Donaghmore, 350.

-, Ohelahy, Ohelay, Thomas, sometime precentor of Cork, to be a canon of Cloyne and prebendary of Donaghmore, with its annexed chapel of Kilmartin, 350, 774.

Ohenasse. See O'Hennessy, William.

Ohendua, Donatus (or Donaldus), late bishop of Dromore, 83.

O'Hennessy, Nicholas, bishop of Waterford and Lismore, molestation of, 119.

-, -, petition of, 119.

-, -, proctor of Gerald de Geraldinis, dean of Lismore, 119.

-, -, abbot of Fermoy, grant to, 893.

-, -, sometime abbot of Fermoy, 188.

-, Ohenasse, William, a canon of Cloyne, papal mandatary, 719.

Ohergertait. See O'Heggarty, Donald.

Oherlache, Oheclache, Donatus, a canon of Cork, papal mandatary, 742, 743, 800.

-, Oherlathe, John, to be a canon of Cork and prebendary of Desertmore and vicar of Moviddy, 765.

-, Maurice, to be a canon of Cork and prebendary of Inishkenny, 739.

-, Oherladre, Reynaldus, a canon of Cork, papal mandatary, 684, 685.

-, Oherlaly, Yherlathy, Reginald (Rinaldus), de facto vicar of Clondrohid, rehabilitation etc. of, 624.

-, -, sometime uncanonical vicar of Clondrohid, 765.

-, Oheclache, Thomas, a canon of Cork, papal mandatary, 742, 743.

-, Ohirlathi, William, a canon of Cloyne, papal mandatary, 186.

Oherlaly. See Oherlache, Reginald.

Oherlathe. See Oherlache.

Ohernayn, Fintanus, late vicar of Ballynakill, 519.

Ohewle, See O'Hurrilly, Maurus.

Oheyn, John, rector of Aglishcormick, charges against, 478.

Ohida, Yhida, Nicholas, late vicar of Tulla, 334.

Ohieralay, Yhieralay, Donald son of Eugenius, de facto chaplain of Kilmartin, 350.

O'Hiffernan, Ohiffernayn, Ohyffyrnay, Ohyffyrnayn, Yhyffirnan, Adam, a canon of Cashel, papal mandatary, 99, 346.

-, -, to be a canon of Cashel, 893.

-, -, de facto a canon of Cashel and prebendary of Mullaghnoney, 348.

-, Ohyffernan, Ohyffirnan, Ohyffirnayn, Dermit, a monk of Inishlounaght, claiming provision of the same, 414.

-, -, abbot of Inishlounaght, mandates for deprivation of, 402.

-, -, monk of Inishlounaght, to be prior of Athassel, 535.

-, Oyffyrnan, Donald, de facto vicar of Kyllynanalyn, 476, 477.

-, Ohyffirnan, John, to be chancellor of Cashel, 450.

-, Oyffyrnayn, Maurice, to be received as a monk of Inishlounaght and to be abbot of the same, 531.

O'Higgins, Ihugyn, Malachy, a Friar Minor of Galway, sometime rector of Dunmore, 770.

-, Odo, bishop of Mayo, resignation made to, and collation by, 552.

Ohirlathi. See Oherlache, William.

O'Hogan, Ohogayn, Denis, a canon of Cashel, papal mandatary, 97, 99.

-, -, a canon of Cashel and vicar of Inishcaltra, to be dean of Killaloe, 730, 731.

-, Yogari, Denis, to have a vicarage in the diocese of Killaloe, 902.

-, Denis, rector of Bruis, charges against, 477.

-, Yogayn, John, sometime dean of Killaloe, 731.

-, Ohogayn, William, precentor of Killaloe, charges against, 134, 654, 655.

O'Holan, Yolayn, Bernard, late vicar of Kiltullagh, co. Roscommon, 602.

Ohoogonayn, Eugenius, de facto vicar of Kilfearagh and sacrist of Scattery Island, 680, 681.

Ohorul, Donald, late vicar of Inishcaltra, 654.

Ohoyn, Bernard, de facto vicar of Tuam, 742.

Ohrerrille. See Ohurrily, William.

Ohuallacayn, Donatus, to be received as a monk of Carrigillihy, 742.

-, -, to be abbot of Carrigillihy, 743.

-, -, blessing of, 743.

-, Ohuallacayn, John, de facto rector of Balynycaryt, 343.

-, Ohuleacan, Ohultacan, Magonius, to be vicar of Magheracross, 774, 775.

Ohuband, John, sometime vicar of Ballyovey, 552.

-, Ohubayn, John, de facto vicar of Ballyhean, 739.

-, Ludovicus, to be vicar of Ballyovey, 552.

-, Ohuban, Rory, de facto vicar of Killanummery, 417.

-, Ohubayn, Thomas, vicar of Burriscarra, petition of, 459, 460.

-, -, to have collation of that vicarage afresh, 460.

-, Ohubayn, William, a canon of Tuam, reservation of a benefice for, 793.

Ohuleacan, Ohultacan. See Ohuallacayn, Magonius.

Ohuomy, Cornelius, to be vicar of Inishdadroum, 89.

Ohuraly. See Ohurrilly, Maurus.

Ohurayn, Yhurayn, David, de facto rector of Kilnananima and of Nohoval, to have collation afresh of those benefices, 576, 577.

-, Ohuran, Donatus, a canon of Clonfert, papal mandatary, 373.

-, Ohuruayn, Maurice, de facto a canon of Cashel and prebendary of Killardry and Cloonfinglass, 767.

-, Thady, a canon of Ardfert, papal mandatary, 100.

-, -, residing in the diocese of Cloyne, papal mandatary, 575, 772.

-, -, de facto a canon of Ardfert and prebendary of Dysert, 742.

-, Yhurayn, Thady, sometime rector of Kilnananima, 576.

O'Hurrilly, Ohurhyla, Cormac, to have a vicarage in the diocese of Killaloe, 879.

-, Ohewle, Ohuraly, Maurus, a claimant to the precentorship of Killaloe, 654.

-, -, charged with simony, 134.

-, Ohrerrille, Ohurille, William, a canon of Emly, papal mandatary, 296.

-, -, de facto a canon of Emly and prebendary of Inch St. Lawrence, 388.

Ohuruayn. See Ohurayn, Maurice.

Ohyffernan, Ohyffirnan, Ohyffyrnay, Ohyffyrnayn. See O'Hiffernan.

Ohyky, Laurence, precentor of Emly, charges against, 477.

-, Philip, to have a rectory in the diocese of Waterford, 910.

Ohynangan. See Ohanigan, Dermit.

Ohynrathy. See O'Hanratty, Dermit.

Okacrayn, Thomas, de facto vicar of Roscam, 193, 194.

Okaell. See O'Cahill, Thomas.

Okaellay, Okaelli, Okaelly. See O'Kelly.

Okaennalud. See O'Kenealy, Donatus.

Okaermada, Donald, a portionary in the church of Scattery Island called Moynwor, charge against, 703.

Okaeythyr. See O'Cahir.

Okahan, Okahayn. See O'Cane.

Okahayn (i.e. O'Cane), Richard. See de Burgo.

Okahill, Okahyl, Okaill. See O'Cahill.

Okalanayn. See O'Callanan, Matthew.

Okalchd. See O'Kelly, David.

Okall. See O'Cahill, Thomas.

Okallanan, Okallanayn. See O'Callanan.

Okalli. See O'Kelly, Rory.

Okaluan. See O'Callanan, Odo.

Okaly. See O'Kelly, Donald.

Okalyauy, Odo, uncanonical rector of Kilmocomoge and vicar of Insmacnel, 773.

Okanelud. See O'Kenealy, Maurus.

Okaribrey, Eneas, de facto vicar of Galloon, 152.

Okark. See O'Quirk, Patrick.

Okarrid, Andrew, an Augustinian canon of Lough Key, to be vicar of Killaspugbrone, 184.

-, Rory, an Augustinian canon of Lough Key, de facto vicar of Killaspugbrone, 184.

Okarund, Maurus, notary public, resignation made before, 552.

Okaryt, John, to have a vicarage in the diocese of Ross [in Ireland], 905.

Okayll. See O'Cahill.

Okbnedi. See O'Kennedy, Maurice.

Okealachyr, Ykealachyr, Thomas, rector of Tralee and of Annagh, with the vicarge of Tralee annexed, to have collation afresh, 455.

Okeall. See O'Cahill, Thomas.

Okeally. See O'Kelly, Donatus.

O'Kearney, Occarnayd, John, a canon of Tuam, papal mandatary, 93.

-, Okearni, John, de facto rector of Upper Umall, 327.

-, Ycernayd, Malachy, late vicar of Burriscarra, 459.

-, Ochyarnay, Thady, a canon of Tuam, to be prior of St. John the Evangelist, Tuam, 663.

Okearwll. See O'Carroll, Odo.

Okecilly. See O'Kelly, Donald.

O'Keeffe, Okiwe, Okywe, Dermit, a canon of Cloyne, papal mandatary, 404, 407.

-, Kyvve, William, late vicar of St. Mary, Callan, 638.

Okeenan, Okenean, Oquonan, Patrick, a canon of Clogher, papal mandatary, 152, 701.

-, Ochinan, Ockenam, Okenai, Okyenan, Patrick, a canon of Londonderry, papal mandatary, 11, 603, 618, 759.

Okeham. See Ockham.

Okehampton, [co. Devon], vicarage of, 543.

Okeit, Gillasius, de facto dean of Lismore, 403.

Okelay, Okeli, See O'Kelly.

O'Kell. See Cahill, Thomas.

Okellay. See O'Kelly, Donatus.

O'Kelly, Okalchd, David, to have a vicarage in the diocese of Tuam, 905.

-, Okaelli, Denis, vicar of Kilfiddane, de facto portionary of Raykcasgyn, 342.

-, Okaelli, Okely, Dermit, a canon of Ardfert, papal mandatary, 613.

-, -, to have a rectory in the diocese of Ardfert, 888.

-, Ochaecllay, Okaellay, Okaelly, Okeli, Okelly, Okuely, Dermit, a canon of Killaloe, papal mandatary, 377, 391, 680, 703, 715, 842.

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

-, -, sentence of, 715.

-, Keylly, Dermit, de facto vicar of Aghavallen, to be vicar and rector of the same, 358, 359.

-, Okaly, Okecilly, Okellyd, Donald, an Augustinian canon of Clontuskert, alleged surreptitiousness of letters obtained by, 497.

-, -, to be prior of the same, 375, 461.

-, -, counter-charges against, 497.

-, Ochellai, Donald, an Augustinian canon of Rathkeale, litigant for the priory of Clontuskert, 153.

-, Ykellid, Donald, a monk of Knockmoy, to be abbot of the same, 654.

-, Ockellyd, Donald, de facto vicar of Killoscobe, 741.

-, Ochellay, Okeally, Okellay, Okellyd, Donatus, prior of Clontuskert, charges against, 375, 461, 497.

-, -, petition of, 497.

-, -, sometime an Augustinian canon of Rathkeale, charges against, 153, 154.

-, Okaelly, Gilasius, a portionary of Scattery Island and vicar of Killard, rehabilitation etc. of, 509, 510.

-, Okaelly, John, absolution of, and reservation of a benefice for, 49.

-, Ochaelly, John, a canon of Tuam, papal mandatary, 438.

-, Ockellyd, John, a monk, de facto vicar of Abbeyknockmoy, 741.

-, Ochalloy, Okaelly, Okelay, Okhellaid, John, de facto vicar of Killenacosue, to be archdeacon of Clonfert, 92.

-, -, to have vicarages in the diocese of Clonfert, 905.

-, -, archdeacon of Clonfert, to be prior commendatary of Aughrim, 121.

-, Okellyd, Ykellyd, Malachy, to be received as a monk of Knockmoy and to be abbot of the same, 352, 353.

-, -, abbot of Knockmoy, to be vicar commendatary of Moylough, 434.

-, -, late abbot of Knockmoy, 654.

-, Ykaelly, Matthew, late vicar of Killard, 509.

-, Ochelli, Richard. See Mac-Costello.

-, Okaelli, Ykaeally, Robert, de facto vicar of Clondagad, 621.

-, -, rector of Inismore and of Clondagad, bull exemplified for, 502, 503.

-, -, petitions of, 502 (bis).

-, Okaelly, Rory, to be a canon of Killaloe and prebendary of Clondagad, 520.

-, Okalli, Rory, to be vicar of Killeely, 307.

-, Okaelly, Rory, vicar of Kilrush, to be vicar of Killimer and portionary of Raykcasgyn, 342, 343.

-, Oceallaygh, Thady, de facto prior of St. Johns, 111.

-, Oceallaygh, William, prior of St. Johns, to have provision afresh thereof, 110, 111.

-, Okellyd, William, to be a canon of Clonfert and prebendary of Barleanabolloyit, 348, 349.

Okely. See O'Kelly, Dermit.

Okenai. See Okeenan.

O'Kenealy, Ekcinnuela, Decanus, a canon of Annaghdown, papal mandatary, 441.

-, -,Okaennalud, Okynnalud, Donatus, a canon of Annaghdown, papal mandatary, 663, 674.

-, Ockacualud, Okanelud, Okinnailud, Okynnaclud, Maurus, dean of Annaghdown, with the vicarage of Moycullen annexed, 10.

-, -, charge against, 440.

-, -, to be also vicar of Ballindooly and of Oranmore, 566.

-, -, to be abbot of the Holy Trinity, Tuam, 656.

Okenean. See Okeenan.

-,O'Kenna, Ocyunayd, Cornelius, a canon of Cloyne, papal mandatary, 507.

O'Kennedy, Okynnedic, Dermit, de facto rector of Latteragh, 769.

-, Okennidig, Donald, de facto rector of Ballygibbon, 96.

-, Okbnedi, Okennedig, Okynedie, Okynedig, Ycynedyg, Ycyredyg, Ykonedyg, Yokennedig, Maurice, prior of Nenagh, charges against, 374.

-, -, sometime prior of Nenagh, 47, 73, 74, 546.

-, -, molestor of Odo O'Carroll, prior of Nenagh, 188.

-, Okennedyg, Maurice, to be a canon of Killaloe and prebendary of Letterluna, with the rectory of Ballygibbon united to his canonry, 160.

-, Okennedyg, Philip, to be rector of Ballygibbon and parceller of Balialy, 96.

-, -, rector of Ballygibbon, charges against, 160.

-, Ykemedyg, Ykennedyg, Philip, to have a farm of the rectory of Dolla, 270, 271.

O'Kenny, Ochenay, Ochenny, Cornelius, a canon of Clonfert, papal mandatary, 110, 764, 770.

Oker, Philip, witness, 693.

Okeraul, See O'Carroll, Odo.

Okerbullan, See O'Carolan, Donald.

O'Kerin, Ochariy, Odo, 250.

-, -, Elena his wife, 251.

-, -, son of, 250.

-, Richard son of Odo, 250.

Okerog, Ikerog, Philip, a canon of Ossory, papal mandatary, 129.

-, -, a canon of Ossory and prebendary of St. Maul's, indult to, 146.

Okerualan. See O'Carolan, Cornelius.

Okeruill, Okeruyll. See O'Carroll, Odo.

Oketh, Thomas, an Augustinian canon and de facto prior of Rathkeale, 439.

-, Yketh, William, late prior of Rathkeale, 439, 717.

Okeythan, Eugenius, de facto vicar of Kilrainy, 111.

Okhean. See O'Cane, Senequinus.

Okhellaid. See O'Kelly, John.

O'Kiernan, Okyrnnan, Edmund, de facto rector of Inch, 604.

-, Okyrnnan, Odo, to be rector of Inch, 604.

Okinnailud. See O'Kenealy, Maurus.

Okiwe. See O'Keeffe, Dermit.

Okonceanayn. See O'Concannon.

Okonim, Donald, de facto vicar of Tulla, 334.

Okorwoyll. See O'Carroll, Nicholas.

Okuely. See O'Kelly, Dermit.

Okulan. See O'Cullen.

Okyenan. See Okeenan.

Okylty, James, a canon of Armagh, papal mandatary, 603.

-, James, a canon of Londonderry, papal mandatary, 603.

Okynedie, Okynedig. See O'Kennedy, Maurice.

Okynge, Henry, late rector of Dysart, co. Westmeath, 412.

Okynnaclud, Okynnalud. See O'Kenealy.

Okynnedic. See O'Kennedy, Dermit.

Okynton. See Oxenton.

Okyrnan. See O'Kiernan.

Okywe. See O'Keeffe, Dermit.

Olachnayn, Olochnain, Dermit, de facto vicar of Ballinrobe (north of the river Robe), 666.

-, Olhacnayn, Donald, de facto vicar of Kilronan, 347.

-, Imllachnayd’, Matthew, farm of a vicarage to, confirmed, 830.

-, Olachuayn, Rory (Roderick), to be prior of a monastery in the diocese of Killaloe, 890.

-, -, prior of Lorrha, executor of papal letters, 74, 546.

-, -, charges against, 658.

-, -, indult to, 549.

-, Thady, a canon of Cashel, papal mandatary, 54.

-, Olacnayn, Olacuoyn, Thady, a canon of Killaloe, executor of papal letters, 74, 546.

-, -, papal mandatary, 373.

-, Thady, an Augustinian canon of Lorrha, papal mandatary, 361.

-, Ylachnacayn, William, absolution for, 880.

-, -, to have a rectory in the diocese of Killaloe, 880.

-, Olachacnayn, Olachanayn, William, a canon of Tuam, papal mandatary, 461.

-, -, inhibition of, 497.

-, Olachnay, William, litigant, 311.

-, Olocnayn, William, vicar of Ballynacourty, charges against, 390.

O'Lalor, Olechalur, Donatus, a canon of Leighlin, papal mandatary, 259.

-, Olealur, Fintanus, a canon of Leighlin, papal mandatary, 395, 436.

-, Olechalur, Malachy, to have a farm of the rectory of Clonagheen, 259.

-, Ylechalur alias Yhustyn, Maurice, a monk of Leix, de facto abbot of the same, 762, 763.

-, Patrick, late abbot of Leix, 762.

Olamfhyd, Ilamfhyd, Dermit, sometime provided to a canonry of Cashel and the prebend of Rathcool, 673.

Olannagan, Olanaganyn, Olannagayn, Malachy, to be a canon of Killaloe and prebendary of Kinnitty, 622.

-, -, a canon of Killaloe, papal mandatary, 191.

-, -, a canon of Killaloe and prebendary of Rath, charges against, 682.

-, Ylannagan, Peter, late a canon of Clogher and prebendary of Devenish, and prior of the collegiate church of Devenish, 700.

Olanru, Dermit, a canon of Tuam, papal mandatary, 132.

Olapayn, Maurice, rector of Tullyfern, charges against, 759.

Olasbe. See Olasce, John.

Olasce, Olasci, Cornelius, a canon of Raphoe, papal mandatary, 112, 759.

-, -, to be also rector of Raymoghy, 532.

- Olasbe, Olasci, John, a canon of Raphoe, papal mandatary, 17, 112, 512, 537, 758, 767.

-, -, a canon of Raphoe and rector of Aughnish, to be abbot commendatary of Assaroe, 479.

-, -, a canon of Raphoe and abbot commendatary of Assaroe, charges against, 161.

-, -, to be rector and vicar of Killymard and vicar of Clondavaddog, 759, 760.

Olasserey, Ylasserey, William, archdeacon of Annaghdown and a vicar in the church of Annaghdown, grant to, 75.

Oldemedew, Richard, a monk of Castle Acre priory licenced to transfer himself to Thetford priory, 807.

Oldhamstock, Aldhamstokis, [co. Haddington], rent in, 644.

- See also Dunglas.

Old Warden, co. Bedford. See Warden.

Olealur. See O'Lalor, Fintanus.

Olean, Oleyn, Donatus, de facto vicar of Kilcummin, 120, 685.

-, Ylean, Florence, to be a canon of Kilmacduagh and prebendary of Kinvarradoorus and vicar of Ardrahan, 340.

-, -, father of, 340.

-, Oleyn, Thady, de facto vicar of Carrigdownane, 595.

Oleannayn, Decanus, a canon of Tuam, papal mandatary, 434.

-, Olenayn, Olennayn, Donatus, a canon of Tuam, papal mandatary, 327, 377, 392.

Olechalur. See O'Lalor.

Olenayn, Olennayn. See Oleannayn, Donatus.

Olephant. See Oliphant, William.

Oleyn. See Olean.

Oleyni, Dermit, de facto prior of Bridgetown, 719.

Olhacnayn. See Olachnayn, Donald.

Oliagily, Brittius, sometime rector of Baleinanthowal, 362.

Olifan. See Oliphant, William.

Oliga, Olyga, Brandan, to be treasurer of Kilmacduagh and vicar of Kilkeedy, 658.

-, -, de facto treasurer of Kilmacduagh, 151.

Oliphant, Michael, sometime vicar of Dysart, co. Fife, 613.

-, Olephant, Olifan, William, to be precentor of Moray, 106.

-, -, a canon and prebendary of Brechin and chaplain of Forgandenny, to be precentor of Moray, 763.

-, -, late chaplain of Forgandenny, 166.

-, -, late a canon of Brechin and pensionary prebendary therein, 809.

-, William, to be a canon of Dunkeld, 240.

-, William, [bishop-]elect of Dunkeld (sic), to have a chantry in the diocese of Moray, 904, 904 note.

-, William, to be vicar of Bathgate, 459.

Oliver, Thomas, a Premonstratensian canon, de facto rector of Minnigaff, 295.

Ollearaysa, Ollearayssa, Patrick, an Augustinian canon of Aghmacart and de facto prior of the same, 98.

Ollucken, Donald, to be rector of Tullyniskan, 665.

Olney, [co. Bucks], rectory of, 736.

Olochnain, Olocnayn, See Olachnayn.

Olonan, Olonhan, Henry, late abbot of Macosquin, 849.

-, Yolannam, Thady, late vicar of Rahoon, 442.

Olongid, Dermit, clerk, reservation of a benefice for, 165.

Olonhan. See Olonan, Henry.

Olonregan, William, to be received as an Augustinian canon of Caher, 323.

-, -, to be prior of Caher, 324.

O'Loony, Olunryd, Richard, vicar of Turlough, to have collation afresh, 552.

Olorchan, Thady, to be a canon of Clonfert and prebendary of Killaan, vicar of Lickmolassy and rector of Kilmalinoge and of Magunacclay, 764.

Oloryn, Yloryn, Philip, sometime treasurer of Limerick, 379.

Oloynsigh, John, sometime vicar of Killaha, to be vicar of Kilcummin, 684, 685.

Olrahan, Maurice, to be rector of Aghadowey, 423.

-, William, sometime rector of Aghadowey, 423.

Oluachi, Donald, late vicar of Easky, 297.

Oluakyg, Yluakyg, Donatus, sometime vicar of Skreen, 12.

Olucharean, Donatus, absolution for, 869.

-, Olucharian, John, to be prior of the Culdees in the [catherdral] church of Armagh, 618, 619.

-, John, sometime rector of Donaghmore, co. Tyrone, 320.

Olueych, Patrick, vicar of Moylagh, charges against, 521.

Olunryd (recte Oluinyd). See O'Loony.

Olveston, co. Gloucester. See Tockington.

Olyga. See Oliga.

Olygomeayn, Donald, a Friar Minor of Youghal, sometime rector of Balynycaryt, 343.

Omachayn, Homachayn, Laurence, to be vicar of Kilnasoolagh, 754.

-, -, de facto vicar of Kilnasoolagh, 131.

Omachnim, Omachuna. See O'Mahony, Matthew.

Omacnaic, Ymaenaac, Ymaenaic, Ymaenoac, Maurus, to be rector of Ballycommon, 359.

-, Ymacnaic, Rory, late rector of Ballycommon, 360.

-, Omaenaic, Thady, a canon of Kildare, papal mandatary, 28.

Omacnay, Omagnay, Dermit, to be vicar of Castleconor, 664.

-, -, vicar of Castleconor, to be a canon of Killala and prebendary of Killanly, 121.

-, Omagna, Oman, Donald, to be vicar of Shanagolden, 353.

-, -, litigant for the vicarage of Shanagolden, 482, 483.

-, Nicholas, to be vicar of Kilglass and a canon of Killala and prebendary of Skreen, 673, 674.

Omadagayn, Charles, an Augustinian canon, intruded abbot of Clonfert, 390.

-, Donatus, late archdeacon of Annaghdown, 193.

-, Eugenius, to have a vicarage in the diocese of Clonfert, 895.

-, alias Seys, Eugenius, an Augustinian canon of Gill Abbey, sometime a Friar Preacher, to be abbot of Clonfert, 389.

-, Omadigan, Maurice, late vicar of Kilrush, 612.

-, William, late abbot of Clonfert, 389.

Omaena, Maurus, a claimant to the vicarage of Geashill, 366.

Omaenaic. See Omacnaic, Thady.

Omagna, Omathona, Donatus, papal mandatary, 187.

-, Omahuna, John, a canon of Cloyne, papal mandatary, 669.

-, Omathuna alias Othetganna, John, sometime vicar of Killarney, 343.

-, Omachnim, Omachuna, Omahona, Omathuna, Ourathima, Matthew, to be a canon of Cork and prebendary of Desertmore, and chancellor of Cork, 422.

-, -, de facto a canon of Cork and prebendary of Desertmore, 765.

-, -, de facto chancellor of Cork, 124, 757.

-, -, chancellor and a canon and prebendary of Cork, to be dean of the same, 740.

Omalala. See O'Mullaly, Isaac.

Omale. See O'Malley, Malachy.

Omallchayl, Ymallchayl, Donatus, rector of Durrow, absolution etc. for, 436.

-, James, to be admitted a Crutched Friar of Athy and to be prior of the same, 395.

O'Malley, Omalle, Arthur, a monk of Knockmoy, to be rector of Upper Umall, 327.

-, Omale, Malachy, a canon of Tuam, papal mandatary, 135, 765.

-, Omalle, Omayle, Rory, to have a vicarage in the diocese of Killala, 898.

-, -, to be vicar of Kilgeever, 765, 766.

Oman. See Omacnay, Donald.

Omaneant, Maurice, de facto rector of Coolcor, 569.

Omathona, Omathuna. See O'Mahony.

Omayle. See O'Malley, Rory.

Omaynayd, Magonius, to be vicar of the church of Scryn (i.e. Tempull na Scrine), Tuam, 151, 152.

Omayngchayn. See Ominnachan, Nicholas.

Ombrissa. See O'Morrissey, Thady.

O'Meagher, Omiyr, Denis, de facto vicar of Kilmaley, 614.

-, Omygr, Gilbert, to be vicar of Kilmaley, 700.

-, Omigyir, Omyer, Gilbert, vicar of Drumcliff, petition of, 715.

-, -, intruded vicar of Drumcliff, 392.

-, -,sometime de facto vicar of Drumcliff, 711.

-, Omygyr, Gilbert, to be rector of Drumcliff, 719.

-, Ymir, Malachy, late vicar of Kilmaley, 700.

-, Omir, Odo, to be vicar of Drumcliff, 145.

-, Omir, Rory, late vicar of Drumcliff, 145.

-, Ymyr, Thady, late rector of Drumcliff, 719.

-, Omeachar, Omeachayr, William, a canon of Cashel, papal mandatary, 346.

-, -, commissary of John [Cantwell] archbishop of Cashel, sentence of, 638.

Omeara. See Omerayd.

Omeduri, Donald, prior of Seirkieran, resignation of, 443.

Omelhurhyl, Rory, to have a vicarage in the diocese of Clonfert, 903.

Omellayn, Omellion. See O'Mullen.

Omelono. See O'Mullony, Richard.

Omerayd, Omeara, Omerayg, Omerard, William, to be chancellor of Killaloe, 101, 775.

-, -, grant to, 128.

Omerayn, Ymerean, John, de facto vicar of Kilgeever, charge against, 765, 766.

Omergay, Patrick, to be a canon of Londonderry and prebendary of Errigal, 48.

-, -, a canon of Londonderry, papal mandatary, 511.

Omergyn, Thomas, de facto rector of Athlacca, 460.

Omey, Henry, Omi, Oyne, [co. Calway], vicarage of, 11, 12, 93, 422, 423.

Omichion, Matthew. de facto vicar of Kilbeagh, 179.

Omiechan, Omieachayn, Omyachayn, Cornelius, a canon of Raphoe, papal mandatary, 112, 479.

-, -, rector of Kilmacrenan and a canon of Raphoe, to be also rector of Tullyfern, 759.

-, Omyckan, Cornelius, vicar of Kilteely, to be also vicar of Kyllynanalyn, 476, 477.

-, Omihean, Lorchanus, vicar of St. Mary de Alba, charges against, 422.

-, Omikean, Matthew, to be rector of Doon and vicar of St. Mary de Alba, 422.

-, Omythayan, Matthew, to have a vicarage in the diocese of Achonry, 904.

-, Omyaghan, Nicholas, a canon of Raphoe, papal mandatary, 537.

-, Omugrayn, Omungoayn, Omygean, Thady, a canon of Tuam and prebendary and vicar of Tisaxon, absolution etc. of, 848.

-, -, a canon of Tuam, papal mandatary, 157, 762.

Omigyir. See O'Meagher, Gilbert.

Omihean, Omikean, See Omiechan.

Ominnachan, Omirachan, Donald, (Donatus), a canon of Achonry, papal mandatary, 179, 441.

-, Omincha, Eugenius, to have a vicarage in the diocese of Killala, 903.

-, Omayngehayn, Omynachan, Nicholas, an Augustinian canon of Seirkieran, petition of, 443.

-, -, to be prior of Seirkieran 444.

-, -, prior of Seirkieran, resident in the diocese of Killaloe, papal mandatary, 545, 622.

-, -, sometime prior of Seirkieran, 129.

Omir. See Omeagher.

Omirachan. See Ominnachan, Donald.

Omitria, Patrick, warden of Yhondonayn, grant of the fruits of an appropriated vicarage made by, 830.

Omiyr. See O'Meagher, Denis.

Omleluchi. See O'Mulcahy, Thomas.

Omochan, Cornelius, bishop of Achonry, resignations made to, and collation made by, 338.

-, -, deprivation by, 338.

-, -, death of, 331.

-, Omocham, Odo, a canon of Achonry, papal mandatary, 179 (bis).

Omolaon. See O'Mullen, Donald.

Omolcolkara. See O'Mulmochory, Gerald (1).

Omolchmyll, Donatus, to be vicar of Galloon or the plebs of Dartry, 152.

Omolcorkara. See O'Mulmochory, Gerald (2).

Omoleacylyn, Ymoleacylyn, Toroleius, late dean of Clonmacnoise, 521.

Omollaly. See O'Mullaly.

Omolloyn. See O'Mullen, Odo.

Omolmohay, William, to have a vicarage in the diocese of Leighlin, 897.

Omonny, Matthew, to have a rectory in the diocese of Tuam, 896.

Omorchw. See O'Murphy, Donatus.

Omordayn, Donatus, late a canon of Cork and prebendary of Desertmore, 422.

Omorra, William, to have a vicarage in the diocese of Leighlin, 896.

-, Ymorra, William, a monk of Leix and vicar commendatary of Clonagheen and of Clonenagh, to be abbot of the same, 762, 763.

O'Morrissey, Omurissa, Magonius rector of Longfield, charges against, 82.

-, Ombrissa, Thady, prior of St. Catherine, Waterford, sometime abbot of Mothel, 323.

-, -, bishop of Down and Connor, sometime prior of St. Catherine, Waterford, 38, 325.

-, -, a litigant concerning the priory of St. Catherine, Waterford, 80, 81.

-, -, bishop of Down and Connor, with the priory of St. Catherine, Waterford, united thereto, charges against, 326.

-, -, petition of, 639.

-, -, bishop of Down and Connor and prior of St. Catherine, Waterford, petition of, 616.

-, -, to be prior commendatary of Kells, co. Kilkenny, 651.

-, -, vicar-general of. See Fox, Henry.

-, Ymoryssa, William, de facto vicar of Fiddown and of Carrickon-Suir, to be a canon of Ossory and prebendary of Killermogh with the vicarages of Fiddown and Carrick-on-Suir united thereto, 167.

Omoruchw. See O'Murphy, Donatus.

Omothlayn, John, late vicar of Moylough, 434.

-, Ymothlain, Rory, late vicar of Taghboy, 302.

Omuelayn. See O'Mullen, Malachy.

Omugrayn. See Omiechan, Thady.

Omuilcharyll, Cornelius, master of the monastery of Clonkeen, visit of, to Rome, 836.

Omuilkwy. See O'Mullaly, Donald.

Omulamire, Donald, late precentor of Killala, 46.

Omulbrenayn, Omulbrevayn, Donald, to have a vicarage in the diocese of Kilmacduagh, 878.

Omulcahan, Cormac, to be a canon of Armagh and prebendary of Ballyclog, 511.

O'Mulcahy, Ymulkatha, John, sometime vicar of Killarney to have collation of that vicarage again, 685.

-, Omulchaha, Omulkacha, Thady, to be rector of Kilmicluym and vicar of Killarney, 343, 344.

-, -, provided to the vicarge of Killarney and the rectory of Kilmicluym, to be also vicar of Aghadoe, 344.

-, -, a litigant for the vicarage of Aghadoe, 651, 652.

-, Omleluchi, Thomas, a canon of Cashel and prebendary of Rathcool, charges against, 95.

-, Omulkatha, Thomas, de facto vicar of Killarney, 685.

Omulchonary, Donatus, de facto vicar of Killinane, 476.

-, Omulchonari, Onylchanory, John, prior of Ballinskelligs, charges against, 538.

-, -, charges against, refuted, 526.

-, -, presentation made by, 476.

-, Maurice, an Augustinian canon of Ballinskelligs, to be vicar commendatary of Killinane, 476.

Omulckayin, Cormac, reservation for, 181.

Omulcorkay, Ym[u]lcorkara, Ymulcorkay, Maurice Macthomays Ryevy, sometime rector of Croom, 36.

-, -, rector of Croom, resignation of, 392.

Omuldona. See O'Mullony, Cornelius.

Omuleon. See O'Mullen, Eugenius.

Omulkryan. See Omulryan.

Omulkacha, Omulkatha. See O'Mulcahy.

Omullachlan, Umullechlaind, William, sometime vicar of Rahoon, 441.

O'Mullahy, Amullachiayd, Matthew, reservation for, 130.

O'Mullaly, Cornelius, bishop of Elphin, collation made by, 302.

-, Omollaly, Omuilkwy, Omulalay, Donald, a canon of Clonfert, papal mandatary, 89, 110, 770.

-, Omalala, Omullalayd, Isaac, a canon of Elphin, papal mandatary, 717, 718.

-, Omollaly, Magonius, a canon of Clonfert, papal mandatary, 89, 497.

O'Mullen, Omolaon, Donald, sometime vicar of Belclare, 438.

-, Omellion, Eugenius, a canon of Clonmacnoise, papal mandatary, 49.

-, Omuleon, Eugenius, intruded vicar of Kilcolman, 66.

-, Omulloyn, John, vicar of Kilraghtis, 702, 703.

-, Omellayn, Omuelayn, Malachy, to be vicar of Kilkeedy, 297.

-, -, de facto vicar of Kilkeedy, 658.

-, Onolleon, Nellanus, to have a vicarage in the diocese of Armagh, 905.

-, Omolloyn, Ymoleon, Odo, late dean of Clonmacnoise, 521.

Omullontus, Ymullontus, Dermit, union confirmed for, 876.

O'Mullony, Omuldona, Omullony, Cornelius, vicar of Stradbally, to be a canon of Limerick and prebendary of Donaghmore, 420.

-, -, de facto a canon of Limerick and prebendary of Donaghmore, 619.

-, -, a canon of Limerick, to be bishop of Kilmacduagh, 72.

-, -, [bishop-]elect of Kilmacduagh, sometime a canon of Limerick and prebendary of Donaghmore, 670.

-, Omuloni, Malachy, to be a canon of Kilmacduagh and prebendary of Kinvarradoorus with the rectory of Kilthomas united thereto, 155.

-, Anrolone, Malachy, dean of Kildare, charge against, 453.

-, Omelono, Richard, to be vicar of Kinlough, 651.

Omulloyn. See O'Mullen, John.

Omulmhochore. See Omulmochory, John.

Omulmichil, Tomultheus, to be vicar of Kiltrustan, a canon of Elphin and prebendary of Kiltrustan, 19.

O'Mulmochory, Omolcolkara, Omwlchorchary, Gerald (1), archdeacon of Limerick, charges against, 285.

-, -, sometime archdeacon of Limerick, 140.

-, Omolcorkara, Gerald (2), to be archdeacon of Limerick, 140.

-, Omulmhochore, Omuluchochori, John, a canon of Kilmore, papal mandatary, 170, 173.

-, Omulmochore, John, rector of the hospital of Drumreilly with the rectory of Drumreilly united thereto, confirmation of the said union for, 650.

-, Omulmochore, John, rector of the land of Oughteragh, charge against, 361, 362.

-, Omulmochore, Maurice, sometime rector of the poor hospital of Drumreilly, 650.

-, Ymulnotore, Maurice, late rector of the land of Oughteragh, 361.

Omulmoy, Thomas, to be rector of Carlow, 722.

Omuloni. See O'Mullony, Malachy.

Omulryan, Omullkryan, Matthew, vicar of Solloghodmore, to be also chancellor of Emly, 478.

Omuluchochori (recte Omulmhochori). See Omulmochory, John.

Omulueych, Eugenius, to be vicar of Moylagh, 521.

Omulwardayn, William, abbot of Kilcooly, executor of a papal mandate, 762.

Omulwihyll, Thomas, a canon of Cashel, papal mandatary, 534.

Omungan, Edward, to be rector of Luncarty, 614.

Omungoayn. See Omieachan, Thady.

Omurchri, Omurchu, Omurchy, Omurcu, Omurehu. See O'Murphy.

Omurid. See O'Murray, David.

Omurissa. See O'Morrissey, Magonius.

Omurku. See O'Murphy.

O'Murphy, Omurchri, Alexander, a canon of Achonry, papal mandatary, 295.

-, Ymurchu, Ymurchw, Cornelius, absolution etc. for, and to be precentor of Cork, 418.

-, -, provided to the precentorship of Cork, petition of, 429.

-, Omurchy, Donald, an Augustinian canon of St. Mary, Ferns, de facto abbot of the same, 575.

-, Omurchu, Omurku, Donatus, a canon of Cloyne, papal mandatary, 102, 858.

-, Omorchw, Omoruchw, Omurwrhu, Donatus, to be rector of Mallow, 404.

-, -, rector of Mallow, to be treasurer of Cork, 393.

-, -, de facto treasurer of Cork, 127.

-, Omurchu, Donatus, a canon of Cork, papal mandatary, 731.

-, Omurku, Donatus, clerk, a litigant for the vicarage of Cullen, 102.

-, Omurchu, Edmund, vicar of Addergoole, dispensation to, 299.

-, Omurcu, Eugenius, sometime vicar of St. Geraldus, Mayo, 533.

-, Omurehu (recte Omurchu), John, to be a vicar in the diocese of Tuam, 865.

-, Om[u]rchu, Omurku, Ymurchu, John, to be vicar of Cullen, 102.

-, -, provided to the vicarage of Cullen, to have the vicarage of Nohovaldaly united thereto, 731.

-, -, de facto vicar of Cullen and Nohovaldaly, 301.

-, Murchi, Nicholas, a canon of Limerick, papal mandatary, 759.

-, Ymurvhu, Philip, de facto vicar of Dromor, to be vicar of Dromor and Churchtown, 575, 576.

-, Omurchiu, Omurchu, Thomas, a canon of Killala, papal mandatary, 297, 299.

-, Omurku, William, a canon of Cloyne, papal mandatary, 102.

O'Murray, Omurid, Omury, David, a canon of Tuam, papal mandatary, 92 (bis), 93, 157.

-, Omury, Omuryd, Omyri, David, rector of Killererin, dispensation to, 729.

-, -, to be rector of Dunmore, 849.

-, -, de facto rector of Killererin, 154.

-, Donatus, archbishop of Tuam, collations by, 132, 533.

-, -, commissaries of. See Burgo, Walter de; Joy, Thomas.

-, -, death of, 827.

-, -, declaration made by, 672.

-, -, executor of papal mandate, 328.

-, -, presentation to, and institution by, 458.

-, -, resignations made to, and collations made by, 441, 479.

-, -, union made by, 533.

-, -, vicar-general in spirituals of, 742.

-, Omury, John, an Augustinian canon of St. Michael, Mayo, party to a simoniacal bargain, 534.

-, Omurri, Maurice, late precentor of Leighlin, executor of a papal mandate, 430.

O'Murrily, Homoritit, Imwryhyrti, Odo, a canon of Ardfert, papal mandatary, 186.

-, -, a canon of Ardfert and prebendary of Fenit with the rectory of Anascaul and the chapel of Leac annexed, absolution of, 175.

-, -, to be received as an Augustinian canon and to be prior of Killagh, 175, 176.

-, -, brother of, 175.

Omurwrhu. See O'Murphy, Donatus.

Omury, Omuryd. See O'Murray.

Omuryhy, John, vicar of Monagay, sometime vicar of Cahernarry, 362.

Omwlchorchary. See O'Mulmochory.

Omyachayn, Omyaghan, Omyckan See Omiechan.

Omyer. See O'Meagher, Gilbert.

Omygean. See Omiechan, Thady.

Omygr, Omygyr. See O'Meagher.

Omynachan. See Ominnachan, Nicholas.

Omyri. See O'Murray, David.

Omythyan. See Omiechan, Matthew.

Onaght, co. Galway. See Templebrecan.

Onary, Nicholas, to be vicar of Kiltullagh, co. Roscommon, 602.

Onchante. See O'Canty.

Oneachtin, Donald, de facto vicar of Caher, co. Kerry, 510.

Onechean, Cornelius, prior of Athlone, charges against, 86.

Onel, Oneyll, Henry, indult to, 867.

-, Nellanus, prior of Muckamore, rehabilitation etc. of, 370, 371.

Onesteby, Onstebi, Thomas, rector of Weston-super-Mare, dispensation to, 449.

Onley, Onlep [sic], [in Barby with Onley, co. Northants], Robert Staunton of, 690.

Onstebi. See Onesteby.

Onochetroyn, Ynochetroyn, Cornelius, to have a priory in the diocese of Elphin, 887.

Onolleon. See O'Mullen, Nellanus.

Onustead, Onusteird, Eugenius, reservation of a benefice for, 143, 144.

-, -, to be a canon of Dromore and prebendary of Clonallan, 141.

-, Onustendih, John, a canon of Dromore, papal mandatary, 368.

Onverhan (sic), Nicholas, to be dean of Raphoe, 897.

Onyellygayn, Nimeas, sometime vicar of Ryndarc, 112.

Onylchanory. See Omulchonary, John.

Op[p]idum Kranburgie . See Krainburg.

Oquerualan. See O'Carolan, Niellanus.

O'Quinn, Othuyn, Rory, to have a vicarage in the diocese of Killaloe, 893.

O'Quirk, Ochuurk, Matthew, a canon of Cashel, papal mandatary, 54.

-, Ocurik, Ocuyrch, Matthew, a canon of Killaloe, papal mandatary, 393, 606.

-, Ocuirch, Matthew, sometime chancellor of Killaloe, 100.

-, -, Ocuyrch, Okark, Patrick, to be chancellor of Killaloe, 100, 101.

-, -, de facto chancellor of Killaloe, 775.

-, Ocuyrch, Patrick Flavus, sometime chancellor of Killaloe, 100, 101.

-, Ocuyrch, Ocuyrhe, Thady, rehabilitation of, to be a canon of Killaloe, and prebendary of Latteragh, 769.

-, -, a canon of Killaloe and prebendary of Latteragh, charges against, 160, 161.

Oquonan. See Okeenan.

Oradakan. See Orodochan, Thomas.

Oranyn. See Oronan.

Oranmore, Furanmor, Furoanmor, Fyoaymuor, [co. Galway], rectory of, 56, 354.

-, vicarage of, 566, 684.

- See also Ballindooly; and Roscam.

Oransay, Orwansay, Orwensay, [in Colonsay parish, co. Argyll], Augustinian priory of St. Columba, prior of, papal mandatary, 166.

-, -, Dougal prior of. See Donald and Makanr.

-, -, monk (sic) of. See Donald, Dougal.

Orchaden[sis], Orckaden[sis]. See Orkney.

O'Reilly, Orogailly, Eugenius, archdeacon of Kilmore, charges against, 272.

-, Oregylly, Eugenius, to be a canon of Waterford and prebendary of Corbally and vicar of Kilcolumb, 653.

-, John, bishop of Kilmore, resignation admitted by, and collation made by, 362.

-, -, resignation admitted by and union made by, 650.

-, -, death of, 85, 154.

Orgneo. See Osney.

Orgnyn (?), Edmund, vicar of Donaghmore, co. Limerick, charges against, 360.

Origne, Edmund, vicar of Wheery, charges against, 49.

O'Riordan, Oriwerdayn, Yrriwrdayn, Donatus, late precentor of Cork, 39, 418.

-, Orryuidayn, John, de facto chancellor of Emly, 478.

Orkaden[sis]. See Orkney.

-, written Ockaden[sis], 272.

Orkemmin, John, a canon of Tuam, papal mandatary, 458.

Orkene, 114 note.

-, mill of, 114 note.

Orkney, Ockaden[sis], Orchaden[sis], Orckaden[sis], Orkaden[sis], bishop of, papal mandatary, 66, 87, 447.

-, Andrew bishop of. See Painter.

-, William bishop of. See de Tulach.

-, episcopal mensa of, pension upon, 504.

-, official of, papal mandatary, 855.

-, canon of. See Lermontht, John.

-, chapter of, consent of, to grant of a pension, 504.

-, -, letters of, mentioned, 505.

-, church of, archdeaconry in. See Shetland.

-, -, services of John Chaumer to, 504.

-, diocese of, person of, 756.

-, -, place in. See Yell.

Orkney and Caithness, William earl of, See Sinclair.

Orleans [Loiret, France], diocese of, place in. See Boigny.

Ormond, Thomas, indult to, 904.

Ornorg (? recte Oruory), Eugenius, to have a vicarage or vicarages in the diocese of Clonfert, 895.

Orobartaith, Orobartatth, Edmund, to be vicar of Taughboyne, 537, 538.

Orobfarryn, Emundus, rector of Tullyfern, to be received as a monk of Assaroe and to be abbot of the same, 161.

-, -, blessing of, 161.

Orodochan, Orodecun, Oroydeachayn, Eugenius, a canon of Ardagh, papal mandatary, 388, 621, 665.

-, Orodochayn, Gerald, to be rector of the land of Oughteragh, 361, 362.

-, Oradakan, Thomas, to have a vicarage in the diocese of Ardagh, 902.

Orodrigi, Yrodrigi, Thomas, sometime vicar of Taughboyne, 538.

Oroesay. See Otressay.

Orogailly. See O'Reilly, Eugenius.

Oromayn. See Oronan, Thomas.

Oronaga, Oruanada, Eugenius, a canon of Dromore and prebendary of Clonallan, charges against, 141.

-, -, a canon of Dromore and prebendary of Dromara, charges against, 82.

-, Peter, to be a canon of Dromore and prebendary of Clonallan, 35.

Oronan, Oranayn, Donald, vicar of Cloncrew, to be a canon of Limerick and prebendary of Tullabracky, 349.

-, Oronain, Oronayn, Malachy, an Augustinian canon of Ballintober, sometime vicar of Omey, 93.

-, -, to be vicar commendatary of Omey, 422, 423.

-, -, father of (an abbot of Ballintober), 423.

-, -, uncle of, 423.

-, Oronayn, Yroman, Maurice, dean of Lismore and vicar of Whitechurch, sometime vicar of Tubbrid, to be a canon of Lismore and prebendary of Dysert, 351.

-, -, a canon of Lismore, papal mandatary, 167, 767.

-, -, dispensation to, 880.

-, Oronayn, Odo, de facto rector of Templeshanbo, 574.

-, Oronayn, Yronan, Yronayn, Philip, a canon of Limerick, erection of the rectories of Athlacca and Dromin into a prebend for, 460.

-, -, a canon of Limerick, papal mandatary, 439, 440, 453.

-, -, petition of, 452.

-, -, to have the farm of the rectories of Uregare, Hacketstown and Kilbolane, 453.

-, Richard, to be a canon and prebendary of Cloyne, with the vicarages of Bregoge and Kilmaclenine annexed, 350.

-, Yronan, Thomas, late abbot of Ballintober, 352.

-, Oranayn, Oromayn, Oronayn, Orovan, Thomas, treasurer of Lismore, charges against, 420.

-, -, to be dean of Limerick, 877.

-, -, treasurer of Lismore and provided to the deanery of Limerick, to be a canon of Cloyne and prebendary of Kilcredan and Imphrick, 349.

-, -, to be dean of Limerick and rector of Ballingaddy, 44.

-, -, dean of Limerick and rector of Ballingaddy, appeal of, 451, 452.

-, -, sometime provided to the deanery of Limerick, de facto rector of Ballingaddy, 397, 398.

-, -, a claimant to the deanery of Limerick, 659.

-, -, intruded rector of Ballingaddy, 400.

-, -, proctor of Thomas Osannachan, 397.

-, William, de facto vicar of Corcomohide and Particles, 123, 124.

Ororsay. See Otressay.

Oroydeachayn. See Orodochan, Eugenius.

Orredyi. See Oryede.

Orryuidayn (recte Orryurdayn). See O'Riordan, John.

Orsett, Orset, [co. Essex], rectory of, 858.

Orsini, cardinal. See Ursinis, Latinus de.

Orte, Ortanus, [Roma, Italy], bishop of, papal letters to, 59.

-, -, papal mandatary, 98, 106, 136, 164, 165, 256, 808, 845, 864.

Orthez, Dort, [Basses - Pyrénées, France], vicomte de. See Aspremont, John d’.

Orthiend. See Worthy Farms.

Oruanada. See Oronaga, Eugenius.

Oruarch, Donald, vicar of Kilconickny and Killilan, charges against, 373.

Oruda, David, late rector of Dromeryn, 856.

Oruechan, Yruechan, Odo, sometime vicar of Bekan, 480.

Orwansay, Orwensay. See Oransay.

Oryede, Orrredyi, David, vicar of Nohaval, charges against, 440.

-, -, de facto vicar of Nohaval, 107.

Osannachan, Yschanachayn, Donald, to have a vicarage in the diocese of Limerick, 876.

- alias Oscullin, Isannachan, Oscheanachain, Oscheanachayn alias Oscheolayn, Yscheanacan alias Scheolayn, Yscheolayn, Thomas, sometime (or late) dean of Limerick, 44, 397, 398.

-, -, pension for, 880.

-, -, proctors of. See O'Farrell, Donald; and Oronan, Thomas.

-, -, sometime a canon of Cloyne and prebendary of Kilcredan and Imphrick, 349.

Osannan, Thady, to be a canon of Killaloe and prebendary of Rath, 682.

Osanrygan. See O'Connor alias Osanrygan, John.

Osaurygand. See O'Connor alias Osaurygand, Maurice.

Osawayn, Thady, vicar of Kinnitty, charges against, 622.

Osborne, Anne, daughter of Robert Osborne, appeal of, 777.

-, Robert, of London, daughters of. See Avelyn, Anne; and Osborne, Anne.

Oscara, Oschara, Oskara, Ossgara, Dermit, a canon of Tuam, papal mandatary, 394, 422, 435, 458, 459, 663, 666.

Oscheanachain, Oscheanachayn. See Osannachan.

Oschecayn. See Osichan, Thady.

Oscheolayn (i.e. Oscullin). See Osannachan.

Oschichayn. See Osichan, Maurice.

Oschota, Maurus, an Augustinian canon of Trim, licensed to migrate to Aughrim, 370.

Oscluayd, Rory, de facto vicar of Emlaghfad, 729, 730.

Oscolay, Donald, vicar of Cullen, charges against, 102.

-, Oscula, Thady, of Killaloe, to be vicar of Letterluna, 361.

Oscullin. See Osannachan.

Oscurra, Maurus, to be a canon of Elphin and prebendary of Fuerty and Kilconmata, 758.

Oscyn, Oseyn, Donatus, vicar of Clonfert, co. Cork, grant to, 674, 675.

-, -, de facto vicar of Clonfert, co. Cork, 699.

Oscyngyn. See Osingyn, Cornelius.

Oseachnassa. See O'shaughnessy, Edmund.

Oseayl. See O'shiel, John.

Osechnasy. See O'shaughnessy, William.

Osega, Dermit, de facto vicar of Killarney, 344.

-, Donald, de facto prior of Innisfallen, charges against, 629.

-, Donatus, de facto vicar of Glanmakee, 122.

Oselyechayn, Donald, de facto vicar of Kilcummin, 122.

Oseney. See Osney.

Oseyn. See Oscyn.

Osfay, Eugenius, prior of Aughrim, to be vicar commendatary of Kilconickny and Killilan, 373.

Osgynyn. See Osingyn, Patrick.

O'shaughnessy, Oseachnassa, Edmund, to be dean of Kilmacdaugh, 897.

-, Osechnasy, William, to have a vicarage in the diocese of Kilmacduagh, 879.

O'sheridan, Osyridean, Cormac, to be rector of the rural lands within the parishes of Kilmore and Ballintemple, 11.

-, Osyridean, Cornelius, a canon of Kilmore, papal mandatary, 65.

-, Isyadrayn, Denis, vicar of Castlemagner and Moymarrach, to have collation afresh of those vicarages with the vicarages of Rosskeen and Subulter united thereto, 421.

-, Ociretean, John, prior of Athy, charges against, 395.

O'shiel, Oseayl, Osiaguil, Osyelle, John, a canon of Dromore, papal mandatary, 26, 368, 605.

-, Osygayl, Magonius, a canon of Dromore and prebendary of Clonallan, charges against, 35.

Osiachcam. See Osichan, William.

Osiaguil. See O'shiel, John.

Osichan, Osychan, Denis, de facto vicar of Rosskeen, 757.

-, Osihachan, Maurice, de facto vicar of Kilnaglory, 124, 125.

-, Oschichayn, Maurice, to be vicar of Leighmoney, 164.

-, Ysyeayn, Richard late treasurer of Cashel, 424.

-, Oschecayn, Thady, to be vicar of Clonfert, co. Cork, 699.

-, Osiachcam, William, late vicar of Castlemagner and Moymarrach, with the vicarages of Rosskeen and Subulter united thereto, 421.

Osingyn, Ysingyn, Bernard, a canon of Elphin and prebendary of Kilmacowen, to have the vicarage of Templetogher united to his canonry and prebend, 814.

-, Oscyngyn, Cornelius, a canon of Elphin, papal mandatary, 86.

-, Osgynyn, Patrick, a canon of Elphin, papal mandatary, 287.

Oskara. See Oscara.

Oslamagan (recte Oflanagan). See O'Flanagan, Laurence.

O'slattery, Hoslatra, Donald, a claimant to the vicarage of Clooney, 655.

-, Oslatra, Donatus, vicar of Killuran, to be also vicar of Kiltoola, 57, 58.

Osma, [Spain], 596 note.

Osnaburg, [Germany], diocese of, person of, 542.

Osney, Orgneo, Oseney, de Osneia, [co. Oxford], Augustinian abbey of St. Mary, John abbot of. See Walton.

-, -, Richard abbot of. See Leicester.

-, -, Theodore abbot commendatary of. See Paleologo di Monferrato.

-, -, canon of. See Hampton, Richard.

-, convent and vassals of, papal letters to, 341.

Ospringe, Osprenge, Ospringge, [co. Kent], Augustinian priory or hospital of the Crutched friars (Cruciferi), dedicated to St. Mary the Virgin, brother of. See Bapster, Simon.

-, -, canon of. See Ady, Thomas.

Oss’ alias Ban, John, a member of the household of Oliver [Carafa], cardinal priest of St. Eusebius, to be vicar of Bathgate, 353.

Ossey. See Hussey, John.

Ossgara. See Oscara.

Ossington, Cosyngton, Ossyngton, [co. Nottingham], Knights Hospitallers’ preceptory (united to Newland, q.v.), John preceptor of. See Kendall; and Weston.

Ossory, bishop of, 636.

-, -, collation made by, 771.

-, -, deprivation by, 98.

-, -, dispensation granted by, 169.

-, -, election confirmed by, 51.

-, -, papal mandatary, 48, 160, 616, 638, 653, 654.

-, -, presentation to and institution by, 767.

-, -, rights of, saved, 681.

-, -, union made by, 443.

-, David bishop of. See Hacket.

-, Do. [recte David] bishop of. See Hacket.

-, John bishop of. See O'Hedian.

-, bishop, dean and chapter of, benefice in the gift of, 184.

-, dean of, papal mandatary, 443, 651.

-, John dean of. See Strong.

-, Thomas dean of. See Archer; and Cantwell.

-, archdeacon of, papal mandatary, 97, 670, 706, 718, 723, 771, 772.

-, -, vice-gerent of, induction by, 639.

-, John archdeacon of. See O'Hedian.

-, Laurence archdeacon of. See Mortimer.

-, Nicholas archdeacon of. See Hacket.

-, Patrick archdeacon of. See Odriniri.

-, Peter archdeacon of. See Cantwell.

-, Richard archdeacon of. See Stackpool.

-, Robert archdeacon of. See O'Hedian.

-, Thomas de facto archdeacon of. See Purcell.

-, claimant to the archdeaconry of. SeeO'Hedian, John.

-, official of, papal mandatary, 76, 139, 173, 436, 756, 831.

-, precentor of, papal mandatary, 40, 99, 638.

-, treasurer of, papal mandatary, 651, 672.

-, James treasurer of. See Cantwell.

-, Richard treasurer of. See de Burgo alias O'Cane.

-, canons of. See Mares, Edmund; Michell, Thomas; O'Clery, Dermit; Okerog, Philip; O'Morrissey, William; Troy, Thomas; White, Nicholas.

-, chapter of, election of a dean by, 74.

-, prebend in. See Killermogh.

-, prebend (unnamed) in, 768.

- See also Kilkenny, cathedral church of St. Canice.

-, city (sic) and diocese of, favouritism in, 174.

-, -, intimidation in, 23, 169, 681.

-, diocese of, favouritism in, 167.

-, -, person dwelling in. See Odulana. Malachy.

-, persons of, 21, 22, 40, 74, 97, 129, 169, 350, 436, 550, 636, 681, 767, 771, 773, 898, 913.

-, -, places in. See Aghaboe; Aghmacart; Ballykeefe; Bordwell; Callan; Coolcashin; Donaghmore, co. Kilkenny; Donaghmore, Queen's county; Dunmore; Durrow; Fancroft; Fertagh; Fiddown; Glashare; Inistioge; Jerpoint; Kells, co. Kilkenny; Kilbeacon; Kilcolumb; Kilcraggan; Kilculliheen; Kildellig; Kilkenny; Kilkenny (St. John the Evangelist); Killahy; Killermogh; Kilmacar; Kilmanagh; Kilmartin; Rathsaran; Seirkieran; Tibberaghny; Tullaghanbrogue; Ullid.

-, -, priory in, 897.

Ossuillivayn. Ossuleuain, Ossullivayn, Ossullyvain, Ossullyvayn, Ossuluae. See O'sullivan.

Ossyngton. See Ossington.

Ostanlayn, Ystanlayn, Cornelius, a canon of Achonry, to have the prebend and vicarage of Emlaghfad united to his canonry, 815.

-, -, oath of, relaxed, 815.

Ostia, [Italy], cardinal bishop of, papal chamberlain, member of the household of. See Forman, Nicholas.

-, William cardinal bishop of. See de Estoutevilla.

-, papal letters dated at, 851 note.

Osuellevayn. Osulibayn, Osulivan, Osullevayn, Osullewayn. See O'sullivan.

O'sullivan, Ossuillivayn, Cornelius, late vicar of Killowen, 73.

-, Ossullivayn, Ossullyvain, Ossullyvayn, Ossuluac, Osullyvan, Yssullivayn, Ysullyvayn, Dermit, de facto vicar of Kilmaniheen, to be a canon of Ardfert with the vicarage of Kilmaniheen as his prebent and with the vicarages of Glanmakee and Kilcummin united thereto, 122.

-, -, a canon of Ardfert, papal mandatary, 107, 301.

-, Ossullyvayn, Dermit, a claimant to the vicarage of Kilmaniheen, 122.

-, Osuellevayn, Dermit, to be rector of Balynycaryt, 343.

-, Ossulleuain, Dermit, to be prior of Ballinskelligs and to be received as an Augustinian canon of the same, 538, 539.

-, Osullevayn, Dermit, unfounded charges against the prior of Ballinskelligs made by, 526.

-, Osuylyuayn, Dermit, de facto vicar of Kilcrohane, charge against, 761.

-, Ovelnain, Dermit, to be dean of Kilmacduagh, 877.

-, Osullyvayn, Osuyllyvvayn, Donald, to be a canon of Ardfert and prebendary of Killowen, 72, 73.

-, -, a canon of Ardfert, to be prior commendatary of Innisfallen, 629.

-, -, father of, 629.

-, Osulibayn, Ysuliba[y]n, Donald, an Augustinian canon of Molana, de facto chaplain of Aghamore, 677.

-, -, to have the fruits of the chapel of Aghamore, 677.

-, Ossulleuayn, Donald, de facto vicar of Kilgarvan, 841.

-, Osullewayn, Eugenius, vicar of Drishane, to be also vicar of Aglish and treasurer of Cork, 127.

-, Issuleuayn, John, sometime vicar of Killinane, 476.

-, Osuyllivayn, John, of Ardfert, intruded vicar of Killowen, 73.

-, Osulivan, Osullevayn, Ysunneuayn, Maurice, to be vicar of Aghadoe, 651, 652.

-, -, a canon of Ardfert, papal mandatary, 810.

-, -, sometime vicar of Aghadoe and afterwards de facto a canon of Ardfert with his vicarage of Aghadoe erected into a prebend, to have collation afresh of the said canonry and prebend with the vicarage of Kilgarvan united thereto 841.

-, Inythulebayn, Murrind, dispensation for, 428.

-, -, kinswoman of, 428.

-, Osulevayn, Thomas, de facto rector of Kildrum, 699.

-, Osulywayn, Thomas, de facto vicar of Kyllwanawayn, 100.

Osullyvan, Osullyvayn, Osulywayn, Osuyllivayn, Osuylyuayn, Osuyllyvvayn. See O'sullivan.

Osyehan. See Osichan, Denis.

Osyda, Dermit, de facto vicar of Clonlea, 843.

-, Gyllatius, vicar of Quin, sometime de facto vicar of Kilmurry also, 355, 356.

Osyelle. See O'sluel, John.

Osyenachiy, Donald, de facto vicar of Kilmahon, 183, 184.

Osygayl. See O'shiel, Magonius.

Osyridean. See O'sheridan.

Oteachan. Dermit, to be vicar of Killeenadeema, 757.

Otedura, Odo, a Friar Hermit of Skreen, sometime dean of Achonry, 553.

Oteley, Thomas, rector of Stanford Dingley, dispensation to, 721.

Oterlaun. See Holycross.

Otery. See Ottery St. Mary.

Otham, Ottham, [co. Kent], rectory of, 636.

Otheleia. See Oddington.

Othetganna. See O'Mahony, John.

Othierney. See O'Tierny, Thomas.

Othonis, William, to be vicar of Tuam, 742.

Othuochayll, Othuochanyll, Machonius or Maugonius, a canon of Londonderry, papal mandatary, 603, 618.

Othuoma. See O'Toomy, Dermit.

Othuyn (recte Ochuyn). See O'Quinn.

Othyernay (recte Othyernan). See O'Tiernan, Odo.

Othyrland. See Holycross.

O'Tiernan, Othyermai, Laurence, a monk of Corcomroe, de facto abbot of the same, 323.

-, Othyernay, Odo, abbot of Corcomroe, excused from execution of a papal mandate, 328.

O'Tierny, Otyarnayd, Oytiarnad, Odo, a canon of Annaghdown, papal mandatary, 90, 93.

-, Othierney, Thomas, to be vicar of Ballinrobe (north of the river Robe), 666.

Otombayg, Thomas, de facto a canon and prebendary of Kilfenora, 51.

-, -, father of. See Kilfenora, bishop of.

O'Toomy, Otuama, Charles Macenfaelay (alijacenfaelay), vicar of Matehy to be also vicar of Clonherkin, 563.

-, Othuoma, Otruna, Otuome, Dermit, a canon of Ardfert, papal mandatary, 112, 629, 677.

Otressay, Oroesay, Ororsay, Maurice, a canon of Clonfert, papal mandatary, 110, 764.

-, -, a canon and prebendary of Clonfert, to be vicar of Killimorbologue, 760.

-, -, to have the rectory of Duniry united to his prebend, 770.

-, William, de facto vicar of Killimorbologue, 760.

Otruna. See O'Toomy, Dermit.

Otterburn, John, a chaplain in the parish church of Ayr, to be vicar of Kirkintilloch, 294.

-, Ottirburn, John, archpriest of Dunbar, executor of a papal mandate, 447.

-, Ottirburn, John, provost of Methven, decree for, 386.

Ottery St. Mary, Otery, [co. Devon], collegiate church of St. Mary, Nicholas precentor of. See Crese.

Ottham. See Otham.

Ottirburn. See Otterburn.

Otto and Ottobon, sometime papal legates in England, constitutions of, 200, 213, 217, 219, 278 note, 296, 325, 370 note, 383, 447, 585, 596, 596 note, 612, 640, 729, 751, 828, 829, 845 note, 853 note.

Ottobon, statute of, 22, 36.

Ottochaz, Ottocien[sis], [Croatia], Blasius bishop of. See Nicolai.

Ottway, William, dispensation to, 886.

Otuama. See O'Toomy, Charles Macenfaelay.

Otuochyr, Donald, reservation for, 191.

Otuome. See O'Toomy. Dermit.

Otuyur, Laurence, death of, 184.

Otyarnayd. See O'Tierny, Odo.

Otyermai. See O'Tiernan, Laurence.

Oudayg, Cornelius, grant to, 890.

Oundyll, John, a monk of Pipewell, dispensation to, 796.

Oughteragh, Chinarnocam [i.e. Cinel-Luachain, co. Leitrim], rectory of the land of, 361, 362.

Ourathima. See O'Mahony, Matthew.

Ouston. See Owston.

Outeragh, Wotheytrath, [co. Tipperary], united with Mortlestown (q.v.), vicarage of, 414.

Outhtrehowse. See Auchterhouse.

Outretheyn, Cornelius, to have a rectory in the diocese of Raphoe, 877.

Ovara, Roricus, a canon of Killala, papal mandatary, 662.

Ovelnam (? recte Osuelyuain). See O'sullivan, Dermit.

Overay, Thomas, chancellor of Wells, papal mandatary, 298, 306.

Overland, Overlunde, [in Ash, co. Kent,] chapel and tithes of the lord of, and of his tenants, 115.

Oviedo, Oveten[sis], [Spain], canon of, See Cuellar, Ferrandus or Ferdinand de.

Ovington, Ovyngton, [co. Essex], rectory of, 787.

Owen, Awon, Edmund, rector of Framlingham, dispensation to, 573.

Owen, Lewis ap. See Lewis ap Owen.

Ownysbye, John, a monk of Bermondsey, dispensation to, 565.

Owston, Ouston, [co. Lincoln], vicarage of, 582.

Oxenton, Okynton, [co. Gloucester], manor of, 367, 368.

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

Oxford, Exonien[sis] (sic), Oxonia, Oxonien[sis], [co. Oxford], Crutched Friars’ hospital of SS. John the Baptist and John the Evangelist within the east gate of, canon called brother of. See Averey, Walter.

-, parish church of St. Ebbe, rectory of, 795.

-, parish church of St. Michael the Archangel, rectory of, 596.

-, university of, chancellor, masters, doctors and scholars of, petition of, 9.

-, -, privileges of, 427.

-, -, -, confirmed, 9.

-, -, students in:—

Robert Brown, 184.

Robert Runeton, 543.

Thomas Swerder, 854.

Christopher Twynyho, 678, 698.

-, -, colleges in:—

All Souls College, bulls relating to. xiv.

Magdalen College, college of scholars of the Blessed Mary Magdalen, college of St. Mary Magdalen called ‘Mary Magdalene Collegge,’ college of St. Mary Magdalen without the east gate, founder of. See Waynflete, William.

-, foundation and statutes of, and grant to, confirmed, 97.

-, president of, residence of, and grant to, 97.

-, William president of. See Tibard.

-, scholars of, petition of, 356.

-, transfer of, from the diocese of Lincoln to that of Winchester, 97.

-, union of Sele priory to, 356.

-, union of the priory of Sele and of the rectories of New and Old Shoreham to, 1.

-, Lionel archdeacon of. See Wydville.

-, county of, Henley on Thames in, 861.

-, -, manors in, 367.

Oxford, earl of. See Vere, John de.

Oximis , castrum de. See Exmes.

Oxonia , Oxonien[sis]. See Oxford.

Oxonien[sis], wrongly written Exonien[sis], 854 note.

Oycaiblochacon. See Addergoole.

Oyffyrnan, Oyffyrnayn. See O'Hiffernan.

Oykerwil. See O'Carroll, Donald.

Oynaghan. See Ohanigan, Dermit.

Oyne. See Omey.

Oynhagan. See Ohanigan, Dermit.

Oytiarnad. See O'Tierny, Odo.