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

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'Index of Persons and Places: D, E, F, G', Calendar of Papal Registers Relating to Great Britain and Ireland, Volume 14: 1484-1492 (1960), pp. 341-348. URL: http://british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=105325 Date accessed: 01 September 2014.


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Dagyndonwayn. See Dangandonovan.

Dalton, Edmund, layman of Meath diocese, 170.

-, Gerald, layman of Meath diocese, 170.

-, William, canon of Clonard, 201, 202, note.

Daloquhy, Duloquhy, Robert, M.A., to have church of Benholm, 109.

Dangandonovan, Dagyndonwayn [co. Cork], parish church of, 245.

Daren[sis]. See Kildare (recte), and also Derry.

David, rector of Barrow, petition of, 36.

Day, Robert, chaplain of bishop of Salisbury, dispensation to, 10.

Dayren[sis]. See Kildare.

Deegan, Odingyn, Odugeen, Odygyn, Odyngyn, Vgingin, Vgygyn, Ygingyn, John, dispensation to, 87.

-, -, to have canonry of Rathdowney, 88.

-, Patrick, to have church of Kildellig, 87.

Delaney, Makidelana, Odolayn, Odullany, Odullayn, Oduylyng, Donatus, vicar of Dunleckny, 125.

-, Malachy, canon of Kildare, papal mandatary, 176, 184.

-, -, sub-collector of the Camera, detainer of Rathdowney, 83, 168.

-, Thomas, detainer of Oranmore, 76.

Delius, P., 2.

Delge. See Kildellig.

Demuisira (recte Deuunsira) Doccumb. See Doccumbe.

Deopham, Diepham, Derepham [co. Norfolk], church of, 204, note.

-, manor of, 204, note.

Derain. See Derrane.

Derby [co. Derby], 6.

Derby, earl of. See Stanley, Thomas.

Deren[sis]. See Derry.

Derepham. See Deopham.

Dermody, Odermaday, Odo, canon of Tuam, papal mandatary, 232.

Derrane, Derain, Derrani, Dorean [in Kilbride parish, co. Roscommon], Augustinian priory of, prior of, papal mandatary, 71, 162.

Derry, Daren[sis], Deren[sis], Ren. [co. Londonderry], bishop of, papal mandatary, 75.

See also Weston, Nicholas.

-, -, official of, papal mandatary, 134.

-, cathedral church of, canons of. See MacCloskey, Odo; Machorm, Nelanus; MacNamee, Cormac; MacNamee, Roger; MacTagart, Magonius; O'Boyle, Tancretus; O'Boyle, Tholomeus; Obraein, Donald; O'Carolan, Cornelius; O'Doherty, Donatus; O'Doherty, William; O'Dugan, John; O'Keenan, Patrick; Omerguy, Patrick.

-, -, dean of. See MacBride, John; MacCawell, Thomas; O'Dugan, John.

-, diocese of, 75, 77, 78, 100, 132, 248.

-, Cella Nigra, Augustinian abbey, abbot of, papal mandatary, 75.

Desertmore, Disertmor [co. Cork], prebend of, 89.

Desmond, Symonie [part of cos. Cork and Kerry], prince of. See Thady.

Desmond, earl of, 123.

See also FitzGerald, Maurice.

Deuunsira . See Doccumbe.

Deyllyn. See Dillon.

Dicheyate alias Bayly, Thomas, canon of Missenden, dispensation to, 323.

Diepham. See Deopham.

Dillon, Deyllyn, de Illyn, Odulayng, Odulgayn, Odullaynd, Oduluyn, Ydullaind, Bernard, canon of Clonmacnois, 67, 91.

-, -, -, papal mandatary, 95.

-, -, canon of Clonfert, 90.

-, -, detainer of Kilmeelchon and Ballyloughloe, 146.

-, Conchofinus, detainer of Ballyloughloe, 146.

-, Conchofinus, detainer of Ballyloughloe, 67, 68.

-, Robert, canon of Clonmacnois, papal mandatary, 237.

Dirsse, Dresse, Joan, Sister of the Third Order of St. Francis, petition of, 196.

Disert. See Dysert.

Disertmor. See Desertmore.

Disserthethyny alias Balygybun. See Ballygibbon.

Djem. See Zizimus.

Dobi, Alexander, member of the household of Raphael, cardinal of St. George in Velabro, to have vicarage of Kilmany, 131, 132.

Doctor, John, canon of London, papal mandatary, 6.

Doccumbe, Demuisira. Deuunsira Doccumb [co. Devon], 204, note.

Doglas. See Douglas.

Dolan, Odoeleayn, Odooleayn, Odownylay, Kynetus or Rynetus, canon of Clontuskert, to have vicarage of Creagh, 66.

-, Philip, vicar of Kiltormer, 81, 221, 222.

-, -, vicar of Killeenadeema, 221, 222.

Doles, James, sometime vicar of Kilmany, 131, 132.

Donaghmore, Domprackyidri [co. Donegal], vicarage of, 78.

Dongles. See Douglas.

Donstaple, George, canon of Butley, dispensation to, 316.

Dooner, Idunabra, Renaldus, canon of Elphin, to be assigned a prebend, 71, 72.

Doora, Duyre [co. Clare], parish church of, 89.

Doore, John, late prior of Montacute. 80.

Doorley, Oduarla, Odubarlayd, James, canon of Clonmacnois, papal mandatary, 67.

-, William, prior of Gallen, 167, 168.

Dorean. See Derrane.

Douglas, Doglas, Dongles, Dungles, Hugh, M.A., late precentor of Brechin, to have deanery of Brechin, 141, 162.

-, -, to have church of Laurencekirk, 114.

-, James, earl of Morton, 197. Cf. Wulgas.

Dover, Douoria [co. Kent], rent from, 204, note.

Down and Connor, Dunen[sis] [co. Down], bishops of. See O'Morrissey, Thady; Ugolinus, Tyberius.

-, archdeacon of. See Maginn, William.

-, diocese of, 107, 108, 110.

-, house of St. John Baptist of the English, of the hospital of St. John, priors of. See Obin. Donatus; O'Rooney, Raffarus.

Doyle, Macdowyl, Odubgyla, Odubgylla, Odugilla, Eugene, canon of Inistioge, to have abbey of Ferns, 222, 223.

-, Thady, claimant to vicarage of Kinvarradoorus, 160, 161.

-, Thomas, detainer of Killannin, 66, 67, 275, 277.

-, Thomas, the elder, to have vicarage of Kinvarradoorus, 160, 161.

-, Thomas, the younger, claimant to vicarage of Kinvarradoorus, 160, 161.

Drago, A., 74, note, 108, note, 133, note, 224, note.

Dresse. See Dirsse.

Drimzedelle. See Durrisdeer.

Drishane, Drissoan [co. Cork], vicarage of, 85, 86.

Dromore [co. Down], (bishop of,) official of, 297.

-, archdeacon of, papal mandatary, 297.

-, cathedral church of, canons of. See MacBrien, Thomas; Maginn, Mark; O'Byiene, Thomas; O'Mulstey, Denis.

-, diocese of, 110, 297.

Droyni, Miletus, member of pope's household, to be chaplain at altar of St. Blaise in parish church of St. Peter, Besançon, 315, note.

Drumcliff, Drumcliamb [co. Sligo], prebend of, 120.

Drummond, Walter, M.A., kinsman of James V of Scotland, to have church of Fettercairn, 73.

Drumuy. See Durrow.

Drunizedele, Drunzedelle. See Durrisdeer.

Drunkalden[sis]. See Dunkeld.

Dryssternac. See Tristernagh.

Duacen[sis]. See Kilmacduagh.

Dublin, alias Glendalough, Dublinen [sis] sive Glandalaken[sis], [co. Dublin], archbishop of, 208.

-,-, papal mandatary, 198.

See also Fitzsimons, Walter.

-, cathedral church of, canon of.

See Boysse, Nicholas.

-, -, chancellor of, papal mandatary, 198.

-, diocese of, 10, 58, 126, 245.

See also Glendalough.

-, province of, apostolic nuncio and collector-general in. See Burgo, Miles de.

-, Augustinian abbey of St. Thomas the Martyr, 245.

-, Augustinian priory of All Saints, without the walls, 208, 245.

-, -, canon of. See Ennis, Nicholas.

-, Cistercian abbey of St. Mary the Virgin near, 11, 235.

Duggan, Odugyn, Oduygyn, Odwygyn, Odyayn, William, canon of Killaloe, papal mandatary, 161, 168, 171, 246.

Duiinior. See Dunmore.

Dulcecors . See Sweetheart.

Dullard, Dulliert, William, to have canonry of Ossory and churches of Kilmacow and Castleinch, 119, 120.

-, -, to be deprived of Castleinch, 130, 131.

Dulmenen[sis]. See Durham.

Duloquhy. See Daloquhy.

Dumbar. See Dunbar.

Dumbarton, Dunbettan, Dunbretan [co. Dumbarton], collegiate church of, provost of, papal mandatary, 73.

See also Abirnethi, Walter.

Dumnior. See Dunmore.

Dumzedelle. See Durrisdeer.

Dunalhac. See Dunleckny.

Dunbar, Dumbar, Gavin de, canon of Moray, claimant to deanery, 232.

-, -, -, papal mandatary, 109.

Dunblane [co. Perth], bishop of, papal mandatary, 30, 174, 221, 318.

-, -, suffragan of Glasgow, 289.

-, cathedral church of, canons of. See Lumsden, Alexander; Skynner, Robert.

-, diocese of, 73, 78, 109, 192.

Dunbretan. See Dumbarton.

Dunchalden[sis]. See Dunkeld.

Dundayre. See Duniry.

Dundee, Dunde [co. Forfar], parish church of, 58.

Dunelmen[sis]. See Durham.

Dunfermline, Dunfermelyn [co. Fife], Benedictine abbey of, abbots of. See Adam; Cranston, Thomas; Swynton, Robert.

-, -, commendatary of. See Riario, Raphael.

-, -, detainer of. See Painter, Andrew.

Dunglass, Dunglas [in Oldhamstock, co. East Lothian], collegiate church of, provost of, papal mandatary, 270.

Dungles. See Douglas.

Duniry, Dundayre [co. Galway], rectory of, 137.

Dunkeld, Dunchalden[sis], Dunkalden [sis], Drunkalden[sis] [co. Perth], bishop of, 324, 325.

-, -, papal mandatary, 54, 110, 190, 196, 221, 263.

-, -, suffragan of Glasgow, 289.

See also Brown, George.

-, -, official of, papal mandatary, 110, 280, 324.

-, archdeacon of, papal mandatary, 190, 196.

-, cathedral church of, canons of. See Brown, George; Hamylton, Thomas; Marrandi, Nicholas; Mirton, John.

-, -, precentor of, papal mandatary, 324.

See also Lindsay, William; Young, Patrick.

-, -, sub-dean of, papal mandatary, 255.

-, diocese of, 42, 54, 93, 196, 280, 287, 324.

Dunleckny, Arone (rectius Idrone) alias Dunalhac [co. Carlow], parish church of, 125, 126.

Dunmore, Duiinior, Dumnior, Dunmor, Duonmor, Durnaior [co. Galway], parish church of, 96, 268, 269.

Dunmow, Dunmowe, Dvmuowe [co. Essex], Augustinian priory of, canon of. See Rudell, Richard.

Dunne, Odoma, Odonna, Odouna, Oduna, Oduyn, John, canon of Annaghdown, papal mandatary, 65, 66, 96, 100.

-, John, canon of Tuam, papal mandatary, 69, 70, 94, 163.

-, Odo, detainer of Kilmoganny, 194.

-, Ymarus, detainer of a vicarage in the church of Tuam, 163.

Dunnington, Dunnyngton [co. York], parish church of, 69.

Duonmor. See Dunmore.

Durcap, Durcop, Durkop, Egerdus, papal chaplain and auditor, 210.

-, -, doctor of decrees, dean of Minden, canon of Hildesheim, 210, note.

Durham, Dulmenen[sis], Dunelmen[sis] [co. Durham], bishop of, commissary in England for the crusade, 53.

-, -, papal mandatary, 135, 165.

See also Langley, Thomas; Sherwood, John.

-, Benedictine priory of, (cathedral) church of, indulgence for those visiting, 306.

-, -, prior of, papal mandatary, 133.

-, city of, 133.

-, diocese of, 133.

Durkop. See Durcap.

Durmuiy. See Durrow.

Durnaior. See Dunmore.

Durrisdeer, Drimzedelle, Drunizedele, Drunzedelle, Dumzedelle [co. Dumfries], parish church of, 173, 174.

Durrow, Drumuy, Durmuiy, Duruuy [co. Laois], parish church of, 82, 83.

Dusque. See Graiguenamanagh.

Duyre. See Doora.

Dvmuowe. See Dunmow.

Dwane, Odowayn, Cornelius, detainer of Templetenny, 124.

Dysert, Disert [co. Waterford], prebend of, 171.

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Eahinis. See Aughnish.

Easky, Ymlechaissell [co. Sligo], vicarage of, 138.

Edinburgh, Edimburgh [co. Midlothian], collegiate church of the Holy Trinity near, provost of, papal mandatary, 85.

-, sheriffdom of, 7.

Eduardi. See Edwards.

Edward IV, late king of England, 1, 2, 14, 16, 18, 19, 22, 69, 103.

Edwards, Eduardi, John, late rector of Benholm, 109.

Eggecombe, Richard, knight, 17, 19–21.

Eglish-Nichole, Aglanyssincol [in parish of Aghaboe, co. Leix], parish church of, 87.

Ehenkwyn. See Henkwyn.

Eilwarton, Elsuartun [in parish of Teynham, co. Kent], tithes of, 204, note.

Elcheston, Erchestan [in Westwell, co. Kent], tithes of, 204, note.

Elizabeth, Helisabeth, queen of England, wife of Henry VII and daughter of Edward IV, 33.

-, dispensation for marriage of, 1, 2, 14–27.

-, indult to, 27, 28.

-, kinsman of. See Haute, Henry.

Elmer, Aelmer, Ailmer, Ethelmaer, alias Herlewin, prior of Christchurch, Canterbury, 205, note.

Elphin, Elphinen[sis] [co. Roscommon], bishop of, 120.

-, -, papal mandatary, 218, 240.

See also O'Flanagan, Nicholas; O'Mullally, Cornelius.

-, -, official of, papal mandatary, 162, 216.

-, archdeacon of, papal mandatary, 72, 216.

See also O'Beirne, Eugenius.

-, cathedral church of, canons of. See Dooner, Renaldus; Mac-Quilly, Donatus; O'Brollan, William; O'Connor, Bernard; O'Connor, Felimy; O'Connor, John; O'Fallon, Charles; O'Flanagan, Dermit.

-, -, chapter of, 71, 120.

-, -, dean of, papal mandatary, 72.

See also O'Flanagan, Lewis; O'Flanagan, Malachy; O'Hedian, Thomas.

-, -, provost of. See Mohan, Odo; O'Flanagan, Donald.

-, diocese of, 68, 71, 72, 120, 148, 162, 163, 166, 167, 194, 211, 213–216, 240, 266, 267.

Elphinstone, William, bishop of Aberdeen, former bishop of Ross, 152–156, 322.

Elsuartun. See Eilwarton.

Eluwart. See Aylward.

Elvysshe, John, prior, called abbot, of Creake, dispensation to, 236.

Ely [co. Cambridge], bishop of, 20, 21, 217.

-, -, papal mandatary, 29, 57, 306.

-, diocese of, 8, 217, 306.

Emackarttan. See MacCartan.

Emly, Imelacen[sis], Ymolacen[sis] [co. Tipperary], archdeacon of, papal mandatary, 184.

-, cathedral church of, canons of. See Hogan, Denis; MacBreen, Charles; O'Cahill, William; O'Dahill, Maurice; O'Mochain, Cornelius.

-, -, chancellor of, papal mandatary, 123.

-, -, dean of, papal mandatary, 184.

-, -, precentor of, papal mandatary, 277, 279, 293.

-, diocese of, 28, 86, 116.

Enacdunen[sis], Enachdunen[sis], Enachedunen[sis]. See Annaghdown.

Enesan, Enezan, Francisca, sister of the Third Order of St. Francis, petition of, 196.

England, 5, 16, 21, 69, 189, 206, note, 312.

-, chancellor of. See Alcock, John.

-, chancery of, master of the rolls of. See Morton, Robert.

-, chapter-general of Black Monks of, 205, 207.

-, collectors of Camera in. See Index of Subjects.

-, collection for crusade in, 52, 53.

-, disturbances in, 1, 33, 307.

-, kings of, 101, 103, 104.

-, -, patron of churches in Ireland, 68, 77, 199.

See also Edward IV; Henry III; Henry VII; Richard III.

-, legates in. See Index of Subjects.

-, parliament of, 2, 16, 19, 22.

-, prior of. See St. John of Jerusalem.

-, queen of. See Elizabeth.

-, sanctuaries in, 35.

-, succession, royal, in, attempts against, inhibited, 2, 33, 196.

-, truce with Scotland, 52.

Ennis, Oengasa, Ohangusa, Ohangussa, Nicholas, canon of All Saints-without-the-Walls, Dublin, to have the priorship of Greatconnell, 208.

-, Nicholas, to have a canonry and prebend of Raphoe and the church of Inver, 111, 112.

-, -, canon of Raphoe, papal mandatary, 120.

Ennisboyne, Ynisboyn [co. Wicklow], rectory of, 186.

Ercheslane. See Elcheston.

Essex, archdeacon of. See Jane, Thomas.

East Cohongam. See Collingham.

Estoutevilla, William de, cardinal bishop of Ostia, papal mandatary, 45, 47, 48.

Eugenius IV, pope, 190, 206, 207, note.

Eustace, Eustachius, clerk of Thurton, 204, note.

Everingham, Everyngham [co. York], parish church of, 320.

Evreux, Ebroicen[sis] [France], diocese of, 319, note.

Exeter, Exonien[sis], Oxonien[sis] [co. Devon], bishop of, commissary in England for the crusade, 53.

-, diocese of, 35.

F

Faelan. See O'Faolan.

Fahy, Offathi, Offay, Eugenius, prior of Aughrim, papal mandatary, 76.

-, -, -, detainer of Kilconickny, 137, 138.

Farleigh Hungerford, Hungerford Farley [co. Somerset], castle of, chapel in, 308.

Farningham, Frangeham [co. Kent], lordship of, 204, note.

Faversham, Feuersham [co. Kent], Benedictine abbey of, abbot of, papal mandatary, 36.

Fearin, Ferin [co. Forfar], prebend of, 287.

Fearn [co. Ross and Cromarty], Premonstratensian abbey of, abbot of. See Thomas.

Fedamore, Fedemor [co. Limerick], vicarage of, 324.

Federkean, Federkern. See Fettercairn.

Feeney, Offyagna, Donald, vicar of Ogulla, 215.

Fenur. See Finnure.

Ferin. See Fearn.

Fermoy, Castrum dei [co. Cork], Cistercian abbey of, abbot of, papal mandatary, 80, 118, 245.

Fernedd’, Robert, clerk, claimant to abbey of Balmerino, 192.

Ferns, Fernen[sis] [co. Wexford], bishop of, 222.

-, cathedral church of, canon of. See O'Faelan, John; O'Flanagan, John.

-, -, treasurer of, papal mandatary, 222.

-, diocese of, 223.

-, Augustinian abbey of, abbot of. See Doyle, Eugene.

Ferrariis, John Baptista de, canon of Modena, papal mandatary, 34, 80, 175, 184, 190, 196, 213, 232, 284, 285.

Ferrera, Peter de, papal auditor and chaplain, 45, 141, 162.

Ferynden. See Terynden.

Fethard, FiZthard [co. Tipperary], vicarage of, 191.

Fettercairn, Federkean, Federkern [co. Kinkardine], parish church of, 73, 269.

Feuersham. See Faversham.

Ficzadan. See FitzAdam.

Fiella, James, 196, 243.

Fincham, Fyncham [co. Norfolk], parish church of, 55.

Finchora. See Lisnafunshin.

Finistère, Fines terre [France], church of St. Mary, pilgrimages to, 312.

Finnure, Fenur [in parish of Abbeygormacan, co. Galway], prebend of, 147.

Fismoris. See FitzMaurice.

Finn, Offyn, Thomas, detainer of canory of Tuam, 162.

Finuge, Sifienach, Sifinuch [co. Kerry], rectory of, 185.

FitzAdam, Ficzadan, Richard, sometime prior of St. Cross by the Bridge of Limerick, 130.

FitzGerald, Geraldinis, Gerald, Geraldus de, earl of Kildare, lieutenant of Henry VII in Ireland, 44, 199.

-, Maurice, earl of Desmond, 44.

See also Geraldinis.

FitzHenry, Thomas, esquire, 21.

FitzHerbert, Maccharibert, Theobald, to have church of Multyfarnham, 226.

FitzJames, Richard, S.T.M., rector of Aller, dispensation to, 12.

FitzMaurice, Firmoris, Fismoris, Fitzmoris, Fyrmoris, Fysmoris, Fytzmoris, Fytzmorys, Syemoris, Brendan, abbot of Rattoo, 277–279, 291–295.

-, -, -, papal mandatary, 33.

-, David, claimant to chancellorship of Ardfert, 37, 38.

-, Edmund, the first, abbot of Rattoo, 277, 280, 291.

-, Edmund, the second, dean of Ardfert, commendatary of Rattoo, 278, 291, 292.

-, John, claimant to chancellorship of Ardfert, 37.

-, John, precentor of Ardfert, sub-collector of Camera, 32, 33.

-, -, -, petition of, 36.

-, -, -, to be removed, 185.

-, John, canon of Athassel, claimant to abbey of Rattoo, 278, 292–294.

-, -, to have abbey of Rattoo and vicarage of Brosna, 294, 295.

-, Maurice, canon of Ardfert, papal mandatary, 32, 117.

-, -, detainer of chancellorship of Ardfert, 37, 38.

-, Nicholas, sometime bishop of Ardfert, 294.

FitzPatrick, Macgillapadrach, Macgollafadrig, Magyllepadrig, Patrick, grant to, 313, 314.

-, William, to have canonry and prebend of Ossory, 83.

-, -, claimant to rectory of Rathdowney, 168, 169.

Fitzsimons, Walter, archbishop of Dublin, 307.

Fizthard. See Fethard.

Flanders, sisters of Third Order of St. Francis in, 197.

Flescher, John, M.A., chaplain of James, king of Scots, dispensation to, 29.

Florence [Italy], 34.

-, merchants of. See Bertis, Bertus de; Boncianis, Gaspar de; Strotiis, Philip de.

Flumen dei . See Shrule.

Fohanagh, Fohanach, Fotanach [co. Galway], vicarage of, 164, 177.

Fons sancti Patritii . See Ballintubber.

Fons vini , or vivus, de Lochara, Lochra. See Lorrha.

Fons vivus . See Carrigillihy.

Fontibus, Robert de, clerk, reservation of pension to, 175.

Fordoun, Fordene [co. Kincardine], parish church of, 286.

Forman, Formani, Format, Andrew, master, papal protonotary and orator of James, king of Scots, appointed a count of the Lateran palace, 59.

-, -, licenciate in arts, vicar of Kynkungker and commensal of the household of John, cardinal of Albano, dispensation to, 314.

Fornbarcorn, Robert, claimant to vicarage of Newtyle, 190.

Forstall, Fostall, Richard, canon of Ossory, to have precentorship of Ossory, 130, 131.

Fortescu, John, knight, 21.

Forteviot, Fortiviot [co. Perth], parish church of, 289, 290.

Fotanach. See Fohanagh.

Fox, John, prior of Holy Cross, Limerick, 200, 201.

Fradeti, Peter, master, papal scriptor and member of the pope's household, 323.

France, 33, 103, 323.

-, kings of, 16, 103.

-, sisters of Third Order of St. Francis in, 197.

Frangeham. See Farningham.

Fresel, Frisel, Frixel, John, M.A., licenciate in decrees, claimant to canonry of St. Salvator's, St. Andrews, 78–80, 211, 212.

-, -, claimant to church of Forteviot, 289, 290.

-, -, to have deanery of Restalring, 213, 214.

Freshford, Aghowur [co. Kilkenny], prebend of, 187, 188.

Frisel, Frixel. See Fresel.

Furnay. See Urney.

Fuyre. See Wheery.

Fuyth. See White.

Fyncham. See Fincham.

Fynes, Anne, of Chichester, dispensation to, 11.

Fyniboren[sis]. See Kilfenora.

Fyrmoris, Fysmoris, Fytzmoris, Fytzmorys. See FitzMaurice.

G

Gadlerus . See Walter.

Gaius, Philip, archbishop of Antivari, papal mandatary, 122.

Galenavolort. See Ballinoulter.

Galey, Galle, Gaylly [co. Kerry], vicarage of, 294.

Gallen, Galynn [co. Offaly], Augustinian priory of, priors of. See MacCoghlan, Cormac; Doorley, William.

Galway, Galwide, Galwyde, Galwye [co. Galway], parish church of, erected into a collegiate church, 72.

Galynn. See Gallen.

Garallo. See Ogulla.

Garden, Gardin, Gardyn, David, clerk of St. Andrews, 141, 162.

-, -, claimant to canonry of Aberdeen, 267.

Gare. See Ballingarry.

Garibuch. See Garryvoe.

Garilliati, 325.

Garryvoe, Garibuch [co. Cork], parish church of, 245.

Garssny. See Guernsey.

Garvin, Ogearauayn, William, vicar of Fohanagh, 177.

Gaunt. See John.

Gaylly. See Galey.

Geashill, Gesselle [co. Offaly], rectory of, 84.

See also Killeigh.

Gebenenn[sis]. See Geneva.

Geddinge, Giddinge [co. Kent], 204, note.

Gedword. See Jedburgh.

Geneva, Gebenenn[sis], [Switzerland], canon of. See Poldo, Anthony de.

Genoa [Italy], citizens of. See Cibo.

Geoffrey ap Thomas, bachelor in decrees, rector of Penderyn, dispensation to, 319.

George, duke of Clarence, 307.

George, layman, a pilgrim from India, indulgence for, 312.

Geraldinis, Geraldi, Edmund de, son of Maurice, 44.

-, Gerald de, sometime dean of Cloyne, 64, 81.

-, Geraldus de. See FitzGerald, Gerald.

-, James de, son of Philip, sometime dean of Cloyne, 64, 81.

-, -, -, detainer of canonry of Limerick, 123.

-, John de, sometime chancellor of Limerick, 299.

-, John de, prior of Killagh, charges against, 122.

-, John de, son of Edmund, canon of Cloyne, papal mandatary, 238.

-, John de, son of Maurice, claimant to precentorship of Cork, 218–220.

-, Maurice de, son of John, to have canonry of Limerick, 123.

-, Thomas de, sometime chancellor of Limerick, 299.

Gernon, Ogaunayn, Ogearauayn, Ogeranan, Ogernan, Ogernayn, Ogerranan, Ogeruan, Ogerunaym, Ogeruuen, Ogerwain, Ogirna, Ogorman, Ogoroan, Ygerubayn, Florence, canon of Clonfert, papal mandatory, 42, 68, 76, 145, 295.

-, Florence, vicar of Killogilleen, to have canonry of Kilmacduagh, 65, 70.

-, -, canon of Kilmacduagh, papal mandatary, 74, 160.

-, Laurence, canon of Clonfert. papal mandatary, 66.

-, William, vicar of Fohannagh, 164, 177.

Gesselle. See Geashill.

Giddinge. See Geddinge.

Giglis, Giglys alias Liliis, Gyglis alias Lilliis, John de, I.U.D., 14–17.

-, -, subdeacon of the pope, papal nuncio and collector of the Camera in England, 3, 34, 54, 56.

-, -, archdeacon of Gloucester, 34.

-, -, archdeacon of London, 54.

Gilfoyle, Migillafoil, Cornelius, late prior of Seirkieran, 117.

Gill Abbey. See Cork.

Glandacen[sis], Glandaten[sis]. See Glandèves.

Glandalocen[sis], Glandelocen[sis]. See Glendalough.

Glandèves, Glandacen[sis], Glandaten[sis] [com. Entre-vaux, Basses-Alpes, France], bishop of. See Qualeatis, Mariano de.

Glanmakee, Gleanmuke, alias Templum novum [in Knockane parish, co. Kerry], vicarage of, 116, 117.

Glasgow [co. Lanark], archbishop-elect of. See Blacader, Robert.

-, bishop of. See Balacader, Robert.

-, bishop of, 220, 280, 281, 289.

-, -, papal mandatary, 4, 44, 56, 270.

See also Blacader, Robert.

-, -, official of, papal mandatary, 30, 110, 196, 198.

-, -, vicars-general of, 210, 280.

-, cathedral church of, canons of. See Lytton, David; Rose, Nicholas.

-, -, chancellor of, papal mandatary, 198, 285.

-, -, episcopal prebend in, 172, 173.

-, -, precentor of, papal mandatary, 322.

-, -, treasurer of. See Carmichael, George.

-, diocese of, 30, 40, 43, 54, 56, 73, 109, 131, 193, 195, 198, 210, 284, 304, 323.

-, -, exempted from St. Andrews, 220, 289.

-, barony of, 172.

Glastonbury [co. Somerset], Benedictine abbey of, abbot of, papal mandatary, 107.

Gleanmuke. See Glanmakee.

Glendalough, Glandalocen[sis], Glandelocen[sis], Glocordonlacen[sis], [co. Wicklow], archdeacons of. See Cantillon, Maurice; O'Byrne, Geoffrey; O'Byrne, Patrick.

-, diocese of, 185, 186, 223.

Gloucester [co. Gloucester], archdeacon of. See Giglis, John de.

Goldwell, James, bishop of Norwich, indult to, 254, 255.

Gorallo. See Ogulla.

Gosswellem, John. See Boswel.

Graham, Patrick, late archbishop of St. Andrews, 45, 157, 179–181, 289.

Graiguenamanagh, Dusque [co. Kilkenny], Cistercian monastery of, 313, 314.

Granard. See Abbeylara.

Graney. Grane, Tane [co. Kildare], Augustinian nunnery of, 32, 126.

Grange, Granseachuneynmayge [co. Galway], 308.

Grassis, Anthony de, papal chaplain and auditor, 325.

Graunt, John, canon of Keynsham, dispensation to, 39.

Greatconnell, Chonnayl, Comaylis, Conall, Connell [co. Kildare], Augustinian priory of, 86, 176.

-, -, prior of, papal mandatary, 249.

See also Ennis, Nicholas.

Griffey, Igriffa, Ogriffa, John, vicar of Cahernarry, to have church of Fedamore, 324.

-, Matthew, late bishop of Killaloe, 147.

-, Matthew, to have vicarage of Kilmaley, 99.

Grifus, L., secretary, 12, 71, note, 74, note.

Groarke, Magruorec, Rory, brother of priory of Hospitallers of Kilkenny West, to have churches of Moyvore and Ballymorin, 170, 171.

Guagung, Robert, minister-general of the Trinitarians, 259.

Guanardum . See Abbeylara.

Guernsey, Garssny [Channel Islands], 318.

Gullys, Philip, canon of Cork, papal mandatary, 125.

Guthworth, Edmund, rector of Blundeston, dispensation to, 321.

-, Thomas, rector of Hawksworth, dispensation to, 321.

Gyllynghamalias Botheman, Thomas, canon of Langley, dispensation to, 34.