Index of Persons and Places
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'Index of Persons and Places: S', Calendar of Papal Registers Relating to Great Britain and Ireland, Volume 14: 1484-1492 (1960), pp. 377-381. URL: http://british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=105330 Date accessed: 20 October 2014.


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St. Andrews1 , Sancti Andree [co. Fife], archbishop of, papal mandatary, 4, 44, 141, 162.

-, -, primate and legatus natus of Scotland, 152, 179, 220, 289. See also Graham, Patrick; Schevez, William.

-, -, official of, papal mandatary, 109, 131, 152, 175, 280, 286.

-, -, revenues (or mensa) of, 7, 45, 157–159, 211–213, 269, 289, 290.

-, archdeacon of, papal mandatary, 42.

See also Lothian.

-, cathedral church (Augustinian priory) of, chapter of, 98, 286.

-, -, indulgence for those visiting, 178, 179.

-, -, prior of, 286.

-, -, -, papal mandatary, 64.

See also Cameron, William; Moneypenny, Walter.

-, collegiate church (chapel royal) of St. Mary on the Rock, de Rupe, de Ruppe alias Kirkheugh, 44, 45.

-, -, canons of. See Keyth, Alexander; Lindsay, James; Mouuat, William; Suthirland, Alexander.

-, -, precentor of, papal mandatary, 131.

-, -, provost of, papal mandatary, 318.

-, collegiate church of St. Salvator, 78, 211.

-, -, canons of. See Brown, James; Fresel, John.

-, diocese of, 4, 7, 42, 43, 57, 63, 73, 78, 98, 109, 114, 131, 141, 153, 162, 174, 175, 181, 190, 192, 195, 210, 211, 213, 231, 255, 268–270, 272, 280, 284–287, 289, 304, 314, 320, 324.

Saint-Antoine-de-Viennois [Isère, France], hospital of St. Anthony of, 102–104.

-, -, canon of. See Crawford, Alexander.

St. Asaph [co. Denbigh], bishop of, papal mandatary, 8.

See also Redman, Richard.

St. Columba, monastery of. See Inchcolm.

SS. Cuan and Brogan, monastery of. See Mothel.

St. David's, Meneven[sis] [co. Pembroke], archdeacon of, papal mandatary, 307.

Sanctus Elegius , Elerius. See St. Helier.

St. Eloy, Sanctus Eligius, bishop of Noyon [France], 318, note.

Sanctus Erlay . See St. Jarlath.

St. Finbar, abbot of. See Cork, Gill abbey.

St. George in Velabro , cardinal deacon of. See Riario, Raphael.

Sancto Georgio, John Anthony de, bishop of Alessandria, papal auditor, 286.

-, -, -, papal mandatary, 43, 280.

St. Helier, Sanctus Elegius, Sanctus Elerius [in the island of Guernsey], parish church of, 318.

St. James in Compostella. See Santiago di Compostela.

St. John of Jerusalem, priory of, in England, priors of. See Kendal, John; Weston, John.

See also Hospitallers in Index of Subjects.

St. Justina of Padua, congregation of, 48.

St. Pol-de-Léon, Leonen[sis], Leonien[sis] [Finistère, France], diocese of, 78.

St. Saviour alias Dusque, monastery of. See Graiguenamanagh.

St. Servatius, priory of. See Loch Leven.

St. Valery [in the diocese of Sion, Switzerland], dean of, papal mandatary, 85.

Saballum . See Saul.

Sabina [Italy], cardinal bishop of. See Carafa, Oliver.

Sacrum nemus . See Holywood.

Salisbury [co. Wiltshire], bishop of, papal mandatary, 8.

See also Langton, Thomas; Woodville, Lionel.

-, -, official of, papal mandatary, 227.

-, archdeacons of. See Berkshire; Wiltshire.

-, cathedral church of, dean and chapter of, 166.

-, -, indulgence for those visiting, 12, 13.

-, diocese of, 6, 12, 15, 101, 165, 323.

Salisbury, earl of. See Neville, Richard.

Sameria . See Assaroe.

Sanath, Richard, late prior of Kilkenny, 121.

Sancta, Sanctus, etc. See under St.

Sandeus, Filinus, papal chaplain and auditor, papal mandatary, 287.

Sandwich, Sandwic [co. Kent], 204, note, 322.

Santiago di Compostela, St. James in Compostella [Galicia, Spain], pilgrimage to, 3, 189, 255, 312, 316.

Saragossa, Cesaraugustane diocesis [Spain], 282.

Saul, Saballum [co. Down], Augustinian abbey of, abbot of, papal mandatary, 107.

Saunder, Stephen, vicar of Tarrant Monkton, dispensation to, 323.

Sayrkeyrran. See Seirkieran.

Says. See Seys.

Sayt, William, rector of Clongill, 319.

Scally, Macschalaid, Macschalayd, Mascolay, Charles, canon of Clonmacnois, papal mandatary, 148.

-, Donald, to have vicarage of Clooncorpey, 166.

-, Fynnardus, detainer of Clooncorpey, 166, 167.

-, Gregory, sometime vicar of Clooncorpey, 166.

-, Lewis, sometime vicar of Clooncorpey, 166.

Scariff Island, Scarrys [co. Kerry], 90.

Schevez, Scheues, Scheuez, William, archbishop of St. Andrews, 4, 7, 73, 78, 98, 152, 158, 179–182, 220, 269, 272, 286, 289.

-, -, -, collector of the Camera in Scotland, 57.

-, -, -, debtor of the Camera, 57, 154–156.

-, -, -, faculties to, 140, 161, 179, 181.

-, -, -, orator of the king of Scots to the pope, 40, 152.

-, -, -, vicar-general of, 265, 272.

Scolayn. See Scullane.

Scone [co. Perth], Augustinian abbey of, abbots of. See John; Lermouth, David.

-, -, detainer of. See Henry.

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

-, John, canon of Inchcolm, founder and rector of hospital of Aberdour, 196.

-, Laurence, precentor of Ross, 322.

Scotland, 196, 197.

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

-, discords in, 51.

-, friars minor of province of, 197.

-, legates in. See Index of Subjects.

-, truce with England, 52.

Scots, king of. See James III.

-, queen of. See Margaret.

Scrinamanan, Scrin Emanan, Scryn. See Skreen.

Scubo. See Straboe.

Scullane, Scolayn, alias JehdanaZan, Thomas, late dean of Limerick, 228.

Scully, Osgula, Osgulla, Nemeas, to have canonry of Killaloe, 184, 185.

-, -, canon of Killaloe, papal mandatary, 174.

Sedunen[sis]. See Sion.

Segobien[sis]. See Segovia.

Segorbe, Segobricen[sis] [Valencia, Spain], precentor of, papal mandatary, 30, 54, 98, 141, 162, 174, 175, 180, 183, 196, 227, 263.

Segovia, Segobien[sis] [Spain], dean of, papal mandatary, 6, 88.

Seirkieran, Sayrkeyrran, Syr [co. Offaly], Augustinian priory of St. Kieran, sancti Kyrani, sancti Kyranii, sancti Kyranni, sancti Quirani, 117.

-, -, prior of, papal mandatary, 82, 119–121.

See also Gilfoyle, Cornelius; Monaghan, Nicholas; O'Flanagan, John.

Selborne, Seleborn’ [co. Hants.], Augustinian priory of, 126, 127.

Selling, Selleyo, Sellyng, William, prior of Christchurch, Canterbury, orator of Henry VII to the pope, 193, 207.

Sellinge, Sillingo [co. Kent], lordship of, 204, note.

Serepons . See Jerpoint.

Seryn. See Scryn.

Seton, Sethon, Setoun, David, M.A., proctor of the bishop of Aberdeen, 153.

-, -, to have church of Fettercairn, 269.

Seys, Says, John, detainer of priory of Kilkenny, 121, 244.

Sezze, Sezza, Suessan[ensis] [Italy], bishop of, papal mandatary, 184.

Shap, Sheppa alias Heppa [co. Westmorland], Premonstratensian abbey of, commendatary of. See Redman, Richard.

Sheedy, Ossida, Osydy, Dermit, detainer of Clonlea, 136, 147, 148.

Sheppa , alias Heppa. See Shap.

Shepton Mallet, Shipton Malett [co. Somerset], rectory of, 258.

Sherwood, John, bishop of Durham, an assistant of the pope, 305.

Shrule, Flumen dei [co. Longford] Cistercian monastery of, abbot of, papal mandatary, 170, 297.

Shrule, Sruthyr [co. Mayo], vicarage of, 144, 145.

Sidon, Sidonien[sis] [Syria], bishop of, See Westcarre, William.

Siena [Italy], 231, 232.

Sifienach, Sifinuch. See Finuge.

Sigismundus, 286.

Sillatiano [Italy], parish church of, 109.

Sillingo. See Sellinge.

Sillow, John, scholar of York, petition of, 38, 39, note.

Silvia or Siline, 275, note.

Simnel, Lambert, alleged son of the late duke of Clarence, 307.

Simon, Andrew, claimant to priory of la Mère Dieu, in the diocese of Bourges, 323.

Simpson, Sinson, Symsion, Symson, Alexander, to have canonry of Aberdeen, 85.

-, Patrick, claimant to vicarage of Fourdoun, 286, 304.

Sinal. See Smal.

Sinson. See Simpson.

Sion, Sedunen[sis] [Switzerland], diocese of, 85.

Sixtus IV, pope, 5, 9, 44–47, 61, 76, 79, 159, 178, 181, 266, 289, 291, 312, 313, 318, 320, 325.

-, -, appointments by, 56, 58.

-, -, chaplains of. See Cameron, William; Ferrara, Peter de.

-, -, constitutions of, 269.

-, -, death of, before letters drawn up, 10, 132, 317, 318.

-, -, grants by, 3, 8, 29, 47, 48, 73, 134, 258, 317.

-, -, household of, 109.

-, -, letters of, 37, 45, 73, 115, 122, 154, 181, 240, 259.

-, -, provisions by, 13, 31, 73, 78, 145, 152, 192, 310.

-, -, reservations by, 80, 98, 109, 131.

Skreen, Scryn, Seryn, Veryn [in Cloonfush, co. Galway], parish church of, called the place of the wardenship of the relics of St. Jarlath (Sanctus Erlay), 143, 209, 210, 268.

Skreen, Scrinamanan sive de Culnam, alias de Boruyt, Scrin Amanan, alias Culchnamar, Scrin Emanan sive de Culcuamar [co. Sligo], parish church of, 68, 136, 227.

Skynner, Robert, M.A., to have canonry of Dunblane, 108, 109.

Smal, Sinal, Walter, clerk, 288.

Smith, Smitht, Smyt, Smyth, John, bachelor in laws, vicar of Newark and rector of Collingham, dispensation to, 230, 231.

-, William, bishop of Coventry and Lichfield, translated to Lincoln, 127, note.

-, William, dean of Wimborne, 15.

-, William, bachelor in decrees, vicar of Dunnington, to have church of Ilston, 69.

Soissons[France], canon of. See Potier, Nicholas.

Sodor[Scotland], bishop-elect of. See Campbell, John.

Somerset, duke of. See Beaufort, John.

Sompnor, Oliver, bachelor in decrees, rector of Tackley, dispensation to, 35.

Spalding, Sparyn, John, dean of Brechin, to have precentorship, 141, 162.

Span. See Straboe.

Sparyn. See Spalding.

Spello, B.de, 193, note, 231, note.

Spelman, Ospelan, Ospellan, Christinus, to have canonry of Tuam and vicarage of Inishmaine, 162.

-, -, canon of Tuam, papal mandatary, 308.

Spencer, Richard, notary-public, registrar-principal of court of Canterbury, 15–17, 26.

Spens, John, claimant to deanery of Moray, 231, 232.

Spettisbury, Spectebury, Spestebury [co. Dorset], parish church of, 12.

Sprinscos, Spieinecos, Sprinceos, Spreynceos, Nicholas, claimant to deanery of Cloyne, 64, 81, 118.

Srubo. See Straboe.

Sruthyr. See Shrule.

Sta, 209, note.

Stack, John, bishop of Ardfert, 95, 277, 291.

-, Philip, bishop of Ardfert, 36, 38, 277.

Stackpole, Stackpolls, Richard [bishop-] elect of Limerick, late precentor of Limerick, 135.

Stafford, Katherine, duchess of Buckingham, 21.

Stagnum cinerum. See Ballyloughloe.

Stanley, Stannley, Thomas, earl of Derby, 16–18.

-, -, -, wife of. See Beaufort, Margaret.

Stanton, Stantona, Edmund de, canon and commendatary of Ballinrobe, 215.

-, William de, canon of Ballintober, dispensed to hold church of Robeen, 101.

Statenborough, Stepunbergo [in Eastry, co. Kent], 204, note.

Staindrop, Stayndrope [co. Durham], college of, 133.

Stebynheth. See Stepney.

Stefanus, Stephanus, 108, note, 201, note, 224, note.

Stepney, Stebynheth [co. Middlesex], parish church of, 282, 283.

Stepunbergo. See Statenborough.

Sterkela. See Istertkelly.

Straboe, Scubum, Srubum, alias Span [co. Laois], vicarage of, 240.

Strabrok. See Uphall.

Strachanchin. Strathanchin, James, claimant to rectory of Coulter, 210, 280.

-, Thomas, claimant to canonry of Aberdeen, 267, 268.

-, William, clerk of Brechin, 267, 268.

Strahrok. See Uphall.

Strathanchin. See Strachanchin.

Strode. See Strood.

Strotiis, Strozzi, Philip de, merchant of Florence, 153–155.

Strood, Strode [co. Kent], hospital of, 307.

Stutillant. See Suthirland.

Suchyn. See Creagh.

Sudbury, Simon, archbishop of Canterbury, 204.

Suessan[ensis]. See Sezze.

Suffield, Suthfeldi [co. Norfolk], parish church of, 317.

Suno, F. de, 26, 27.

Supple, Suppyeall, Maurice, to have vicarage of Templetenny, 124.

Surium , Suryum. See Inislounaght.

Suthfeldi. See Suffield.

Suthirland, Stutillant, Suthiwland, Suthyrland, Suthyrlant, Suttilland, Suttillant, Alexander,

claimant to canonry of St. Mary on the Rock, St. Andrews, 264, 265, 272.

-, William, layman, 265.

Sweetheart, Dulcecors alias Nouabla (recte Noua Abbatia) [co. Kircudbright], Cistercian abbey of, abbot of, 193.

Swynton, Robert, monk of Dunfermline, said to be abbot-elect, 43.

Syemoris. See FitzMaurice.

Sym, John, to have church of Kilmaveonaig, 324, 325.

Symsion, Symson. See Simpson.

Syr, monastery of. See Seirkieran.


Footnotes

1Names beginning with Sancta, Sanctus, etc., are included in this sequence.