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(Most of the places here named are in the County of Somerset.)

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A:
-, archdeacon of Berkshire, 526.
-, the chamberlain, 15.
-, the chaplain, 42.
-, provost of Combe, 138.
-, (Aiulf ?) the sheriff, 14.
-, subdean of Wells. See Alard.
-, the succentor. See Adam.

Abbat, Abbot:
-, Alan, 352, 353.
-, Ralph the, 487.

Abbe, Abbeie, Abbeye:
-, John, of North Curry, 242, 418, 423, 452.
-, Ralph, 316.

Abbedesbury. See Abbotsbury.

Abbodestun:
-, John de, 475.
-, Walter de, 471.

Abbodestun, Abboteston, Abbotestun. See Abson.

Abbot. See Abbat.

Abbotsbury, [Dorset], Abbedesbury:
-, abbot of, 523.
-, abbot and convent of, 524.

Abbreviator, papal, 118, 396.

Abendon. See Abingdon.

Abergavenny. See Bergavenny.

Abingdon, Abendon, Abindon, Abyndon:
-, Edmund de, archbishop of Canterbury, 365, 438, 495.
-, Henry, canon of Wells, 455.
-, Richard de, prebendary of Yatton, 207.
-, Stephen de, butler to Edward II, 176.

Abraham, treasurer of Salisbury, 526.

Abraham, William, 339.

Absolon, chaplain of Timberscombe, 46.

Abson, Abstone in Pucklechurch [Glouc.], Abbodestun, Abboteston, Abbotestun, 251, 252.
-, chapel at, 251, 252, 357, 358.
-, Clehangre wood near, 475.

Abyndon. See Abingdon.

Acel', Robert son of, 493.

Acford, G. de, clerk of bishop Roger, 72, 308.

Acolytes, 83, 264.

Acres. See Dacre.

Acton, Actone, Dacton:
-, John de, 184, 316, 416, 519.
-, Richard (de), 268, 336, 410, 411, 413, 414, 420–422, 469, 516.

Acumetun. See Oakhampton.

Adam:
-, bishop of St. Asaph, 20, 22.
-, canon of Taunton, 69.
-, canon of Wells, 70.
-, chancellor of Salisbury, 527.
-, the chaplain, 493.
-, clerk of the archdeacon of Wells, 81.
-, the clerk, of London, 19.
-, master of St. John's hospital, Bath, 144.
-, the parson, 156.
-, the physician, canon of Wells, 527.
-, the priest, 452.
-, rector of Axbridge, 480.
-, succentor of Wells, 29, 42, 135.
-, the tailor, 451.
-,-, Constance, wife of, 451.
-, tenant of Huntham, 318.
-, vicar of Brent, the servant of, 133. See Ap Adam.

Adam, John, chaplain of Mark, 284.

Adber, Atebar, 388.

Adeliggeney, Adheligeney, Adheligney, See Athelney.

Administration, grant of, annulled, 547.

Adred. See Aldred.

Adrian IV, pope, bulls of, 440, 533.

Adventicius (opposed to nativus), 329.

Adymot, Robert, 551.

Adzor Thuredes son, 434.
-, Compare Azo.

Æbbewyrth. See Ebbor.

Aegelnod the abbot, Ailnod, Aylnod, Egelnod, Egelnold, 12, 16, 57, 313, 428.

Ægelric cook, 434.

Ægelsig:
-, goldsmith, 434.
-, stiweard, 434.

Ælfhege, Ælfric son of, 434.

Aelfred, 12.

Ælfric:
-, Ælfheges son, 434.
-, Lange, 434.
-, thegn of King Eadgar, 449.

Æsce. See Ash Priors.

Aete, William de, 312.

Afflyn, Conrad de, 501.

Agamund, 434.

Agelmar. See Eilmer.

Agelwi, 429.

Agistment, 318, 326, 408, 412, 416.

Agnes:
-, sister of Lucy Lundreys, 165.
-, cousin of Lucy Lundreys, 166.

Agnes, Ralph son of, de Herdecote, 44.

Aid, 256, 309, 312.
-, granted by the clergy, 15, 157, 171, 172, 176, 178, 180, 183, 185, 186, 205, 245, 246, 388, 396, 428, 431, 462, 463.
-, exacted from them, 538.
-, granted by the pope, 109, 178, 188, 208, 209, 428.
-, for marriage, 231.
-, for nobles despoiled by the clergy, 436.
-, See Subsidy.

Ailnod. See Aegelnod.

Ailtredehull. See Wells localities.

Ailward, 353. Compare Aylward.

Aishulle. See Ashill.

Aissa. See Ash Priors.

Aissebiry, Aissebyri. See Ashbury.

Aistona. See Ashton.

Aiulf (?). See A. the sheriff.

Aky, Henry, rector of High (?) Littleton, 113.

Alam. See Alham.

Alamar, Allamara, Robert de, 39.
-, Compare Almari.

Alampton, John, vicar of Wells, 377.

Alan:
-, abbot of Muchelney, 27.
-, bailiff of the prior of Otterton, 446.
-, breve suo, 525.
-, chaplain of the bishop of London, 57.
-, master, 40.
-, Philip (son of), 10.

Alan, Alayn, William, 338.

Alard:
-, the chamberlain, 43.
-, chancellor of Wells, 42, 135, 201, 320.
-, subdean of Wells, 490.

Alayn. See Alan.

Albemar', Reginald de, 505.
-, Compare Aumarle.

Albenga [Italy], bishop of. See de Ponte.

Albert:
-, nephew of Martin de Summu, 474.
-, precentor of Wells, 493.

Albini, Aubeigni:
-, William de, earl of Arundel, 14, 309.
-, earl of Sussex, 353.

Albiniaco:
-, Philip de, 310.
-, Ralph de, 69.

Albinus the tanner, citizen of Salisbury, 140.

Albus,
-, Oliver, 491.
-, Compare Blaunk Blund White.

Aldebury:
-, Walter de, rector of Huntspill, 263.
-, canon of Wells, 292.
-, prebendary of Combe quart a decima, 263.

Aldelm, William son of, 353.

Aldeswrth, Haldesworth, Haldeswrth, Haldewourth, Haldewrth:
-, Richard (de), 79, 308, 359, 470.
-, canon of Wells, 72, 141, 531.
-, Compare Alliswrth.

Aldeworthe. See Aldworth.

Aldideford, Alditheford, Aldizeford. See Alford

Aldred, Adred, Aldræd, archbishop of York, 428, 431.

Aldredesye (near Glastonbury), 313.

Aldrington, Richard, canon of Wells, 299.

Aldworth [Berks], Aldeworthe, 151.

Aldwyn, 353.

Alegnye. See Athelney.

Alewarton, Walter de, called cook, 367.

Alexander III, pope, 115, 116, 118, 439.
-, bulls of, 438, 467, 534.
-, See Bandinelli.

Alexander IV, pope, bulls of, 436, 437, 438.

Alexander:
-, bishop of Lincoln, 34.
-, canon of Wells, 130, 490. Compare Alexander dean, subdean, Bamfeld.
-, the clerk, 20.
-, the cook, 19, 39.
-, dean of Wells, 9, 10, 22, 24–26, 28, 40–45, 47, 48, 50–52, 57, 58, 62–66, 68, 69, 135, 367, 486, 489. Compare Alexander canon, subdean, prebendary.
-, master, 25, 38, 46, 57.
-, prebendary of Henstridge, 21.
-, subdean of Wells, 38.

Alexander, Elisandre, Richard, 513, 514.

Alford, Aldideford, Alditheford, Aldizeford:
-, Michael de, 42.
-, Robert, 425.
-, Roger priest of, 23.
-, Thomas de, 89, 90.
-,-, rector of Berrow, 37, 38.

Alfwold, 434.
-, burthegn, 434.

Algar, Eva daughter of, do Wellia, 401, 432.

Algar:
-, Adam, 241.
-, John, 347.
-, Stephen, 348.

Alham, Alam, Henry de, 178.

Alice:
-, sister of Cicely de Timbrescumbe, 46, 309.
-, John de Culumstok, husband of, 46.
-, Robert, son of, 46.

Aligney, Alingeneia, Alingeney, Alingney. See Athelney.

All Saints. See Martock, Muohelney, Wells cathedral.

Allamara. See Alamar.

Aller, Alre, Kyngesalre, 501, 503, 504.
-, lord of, 502.
-, parson of, 57.

Allerton, Alwarton, Alwartone, 545, 546.
-, lord of, 546.

Allerton, Chapel, Alwarton, chapel of, 534.

Alliswrth. R. de, 89.
-, Compare Aldeswrth.

Allucingoli, Hubald, cardinal bishop of Ostia, 439.

Almari:
-, Gilbert de, 39.
-, Robert de, 39.
-, William de, 39.
-, Compare Alamar.

Almoner:
-, the king's, 235.
-, Walter the, 56.
-, See Bath, London.

Alneto, Richard de, 9, 489.

Alno:
-, Fulk de, 51.
-, Alexander brother of, 51.

Alre, Alra, Aura, Aure:
-, John de, 2, 10, 11, 262, 314, 317, 322, 450.
-, Agnes, wife of, 10, 11, 262, 322.
-, Mariot de, 495.
-, Raher de, 39, 57, 493. See Raher.
-, William de, 77–79, 100, 156, 497.
-, Mabel, wife of, 77.

Alre. See Aller.

Alresford. [Hants ?] Alresforde, 183.

Alresford, Alreford, Alresforde:
-, Hugh de, 231, 547, 548.
-, steward of the dean and chapter, 223.
-, vicar of Wells, 233, 240, 510, 535.
-, Richard de, canon of Wells, 222, 226.

Alston, Halston:
-, Thomas, 373.
-, canon of Wells, 295–299, 302–304.
-, prebendary of Buckland, 283.

Alston Sutton (?), Athelestone, 534.

Alta Ripa, Altabrey, Ralph de, chancellor of London, 56, 491.

Alta Villa. See Hauteville.

Alta Werthe. See Worth.

Alueston. See Alweston.

Alveston [Glouc.], Eluestona, 440.

Alvred:
-, archdeacon of Cornwall, 20.
-, master, 27.

Alward. See Aylward.

Alwarton, Alwartone. See Allerton.

Alweston in Sherborne [Dorset], Alueston, 224.

Alwi, Thomas, bailiff of Wells, 156.

Alyngton, Walter de, almoner of Bath, 266.

Amaneui de Lebreto, (de mag'ro Rius ? ), Arnold, 159.

Ambassador to Rome, 211.

Ambian', R. de, clerk of the bishop of Durham, 365.

Ambresbiry, John de, monk of Glastonbury, 310.

Ameline, Peter, vicar of Yatton, 434, 493, 496.
-, Compare Hamelin.

Ameray, Richard, 354.
-, Compare Dammori, Eymeric.

Amfrid. See Anfrid.

Amiens, Hugh de, archbishop of Rouen, 13.

Amis, Amys:
-, John, rector of Puddle, 140.
-, (Ramys) Richard, prior of Stogursey, 505–507, 511, 516, 517, 519, 520.

Ammotesham, Philip, 505, 509.

Amys. See Amis.

Anacota (?), 429.

Anagni [Italy], 467, 534.

Anauntdale. See Annandale.

Andeberti, Elias, 247.

Andely, (Andeby,) Dandely:
-, Robert, 2.
-, Walter de, 2.

Andewarpia. See Antwerp.

Andrew:
-, the chamberlain, 527.
-, rector of Shipham, 480, 483.

Anestie, Gilbert de, 523, 525.

Anfrid, Amfrid, 25.

Anfrid, Gilbert son of, 421.

Anger. See Aunger.

Angersleigh, Legh, rector of, 543.

Anglia, Henry de. See Beaufort.

Angod the chaplain. See Salford.

Angulo, Richard de, 318.
-, Compare Cornard.

Anjou [France], steward of, 13.

Anketil, Anschetil, master, 421.

Anketil, John, 547.

Anlak:
-, Robert, 504.
-, William, 504.

Anna, Auna, Aune:
-, Martin de, monk of Bath, 102.
-, Richard de, citizen of Salisbury, 140.
-, Thomas de, monk of Bath, 102. Compare Aona.

Annandale, [Scotland], Anauntdale, lord of, 313.

Anne, queen of Richard II, 381.

Annibaldi, Richard, cardinal of St. Angelo, 127.

Anniversary. See Obit.

Annora, John, son of, 77.

Annore:
-, John, 202, 315.
-, burgess of Wells, 105.

Anschetil. See Anketil.

Anselm, archbishop of Canterbury, 13, 14.

Anthony, vicar of Pawlett, 389.

Antiphonary. See Books.

Antwerp [Brabant], Andewarpia, 538.

Aona, Walter de,
-, prior of Bath, 101, 102, 111, 113, 168.
-, Compare Anna.

Ap Adam, Thomas, lord of East Harptree, 161.

Apparitor, 50.
-, archdeacon's, 31, 539.
-, bishop's, 539.
-, on foot and on horseback, 539.
-, Compare Summoner.

Apperleghe, John de, 452.

Appropriated churches, mention of, 115, 149, 150, 171–175, 192, 200, 201, 204, 214, 226, 230, 234, 237–239, 242, 246, 248, 251, 291, 296, 306, 307, 323, 325, 356, 358, 382, 386, 387, 390, 392–394, 397, 398, 402, 406, 414, 415, 458, 463, 464, 480, 482, 488, 521, 533, 540, 542, 547.

Appropriations, 4, 84, 100, 104, 139, 140, 160, 164, 169, 173, 185, 186, 189, 205, 210, 238, 278, 294, 295, 3–56, 357, 367, 376, 377, 380, 390, 393–395, 397–400, 405, 407, 443, 455, 460, 468, 482, 547, 549.

Apulia. Simon de, bishop of Exeter, 20.

Aquehajulus, 238, 422, 491.

Aquila, G[ilbert ?] de,' 15.

Aquitaine [France]:
-, duchy of, 499.
-, duke of, See John of Gannt.

Archdeacon. See Const', Gildeford, Godfrey, Maurice, Peytevin, Ralph, Richard, Robert, Thomas, Walter.
-, Gilbert son of the, 202.

Archdeacon, Arohidiaconi:
-, William, 316.
-, vicar of Wells, 132, 135, 202.
-, obit of, 202.

Arches:
-, court of, 250.
-, dean of, 237, 459.
-, examiners, official, proctors and registrar of, 384.
-, sentence of, 384.
-, summons before, 134, 411. See Canterbury.

Arden, Arderne:
-, John de, 189, 537.
-, Ralph de, 23.
-, William de, lord of Lovington, 248.

Arduin, cardinal of Holy Cross in Jerusalem, 439.

Argent', Richard de, 431.

Argenton [France], 13.

Armenteriis, Ermenteriis, Henry de, 42.

Arnald, cardinal of St. Prisca, household of, 178.

Arnay. See Arney.

Arnewood in the New Forest [Hants], 440.

Arney, Arnay, Arny:
-, John, 348.
-, Robert, 346.
-, Walter, 348.

Arondel. See Arundel.

Arpetre. See Harpetre.

Arpetru. See Harptree.

Arthur:
-, Richard, son of, 486.
-, William, son of (?), 48.

Arthur, Artur:
-, John, 332, 466.
-, Richard, 329, 502.
-, Robert, 136.
-, Thomas, 160.
-, William, 198.

Articuli cleri. statute called, 429.

Arundel, earls of. See Albini.

Arundel, Arondel, Arundell:
-, John (de), 83, 400.
-, Maud (de), wife of Gilbert or Girbert de Perci, 25, 27, 309. See Sampford Arundell.

Asancumb, 496.

Asch. See Ash.

Aschebury, (Ascheby,) Asschbury:
-, John de, 235.
-, Robert de, 260.
-, Roger de, 260.

Aschfolde, John, 300.

Aschton, Philip de, Robert son of, 362.

Aselberg'. See Haselbury.

Ash, near Martock, Esse, 451.

Ash, Asch, Asse, Ayssche, Essa, Esse:
-, Henry de, canon of Wells, 111.
-, John, 291.
-, Maurice de, vicar of Wells, 509–511.
-, Robert atte, 291.
-, Thomas de, rector of Charlton Mackrell, 542. See Fraxino, Nasshe.

Ash Priors, Æsce, Aissa, 429.
-, church of, 38.

Ashbury, [Berks], Aissebiry, Aissebyri, Assebury, Assebyri, Ayschebyri, Essebury, 312.
-, manor of, 167, 311, 437.
-, patron of, 140.
-, advowson of, 167, 168, 311, 360, 438, 472, 494.
-, rector of, 140, 141. See Idstone.

Ashill, Aishulle, Ashulle, Ashyll, Ayshull, Ayshulle, Eshull:
-, advowson of, 42, 44.
-, prebend of, 255.
-, prebednary of, 182, 283.

Ashington, Astington, rector of, 388.

Asholt, Assoheholte, manor of, 184.

Ashton, Cold [Glonc.], Aistona, 440.

Ashulle. See Ashill.

Ashwick, Asshwik, Essewica, 440, 466.

Ashyll. See Ashill.

Askeby:
-, John, 289.
-, Robert de, 550, 551.

Assart, 142, 362. See Enclosures, Purprestures.

Asschbury. See Aschebury.

Asscheholte. See Asholt.

Asse. See Ash.

Assebury, Assebyri. See Ashbury.

Asser, bishop of Sherborne, 450.

Asshwik. See Ashwick.

Assize:
-, of bread and ale, 146, 147, 318, 322, 426, 526.
-, of darrein presentment, 76, 77, 496.
-, of novel disseisin, 184, 186, 456.
-, commission of, 363.
-, rents of, 345, 351, 388. See Chard, Ilchester, Somerset, Somerton, Stratford, Wilton.

Aster, old, 328, 455, 520, 521.

Astington. See Ashington.

Aston, Thomas, prebendary of Dinder, 282, 284.

Astyngton, Guy de, 259, 260, 369, 372.

Atebar. See Adber.

Atebera, Ateberga. See Athber.

Atelnye. See Athelney.

Athber, Atebera, Ateberga, Attebere, Atteberg', Attebury, Attebyri:
-, Richard de, 18.
-,-, canon of Wells, 29, 150, 307.
-,-, parson of Gosberton, 401. of Charlton Mackrell, 404.
-,-, William de, 53, 430.

Athelestone. See Alston Sutton.

Athelney,
-, Adeliggeney, Adheligeney, Adheligney, Alegney, Aligney, Alingeneia, Alingeney, Alingney, Atelnye, Atheleney, Athelingney, Athelneye, Athelnye, Athelyngney, Athelyngnye, 87, 329, 418, 425.
-,-, abbey of the Holy Saviour at, 329.
-,-, abbot and convent of, 43, 120, 313, 317–319, 324, 326, 327, 329, 418, 487.
-,-, abbot of, 27, 43–45, 47, 57, 86–88, 212, 283, 287, 303, 317–319, 322, 324, 325, 329, 418, 419, 425, 487. a canon of Wells, 34, 57, 68, 88, 206, 283, 303, 329. prebendary of Sutton, 57, 68, 282, 303. precedence of, 57.
-,-, monks of, 86, 87, 317, 418.
-,-, subprior of, 45.

Atrio Dei:
-, Hugh de, 76, 93, 476.
-,-, canon of Wells, 96, 126.
-,-, obit of, 130.

Attaint, 425–428.

Attebere, Atteberg', Attebury, Attebyri. See Athber.

Attehall. See Hall.

Attemore. See More.

Attenewall. See Newall.

Attorney, retainer of, 268.

Atyes, G., 431.

Aubeigni. See Albini.

Auco. See Avigo.

Audenard, Giles de, 109.

Auguilun, Robert, 312.

Augustine the cobbler, 151 See Books.

Aula:
-, Robert de, 367.
-, William de, 172.
-, Compare, Hall.

Aulescomb, Aulesoumb, Aulescumbe. See Awlescombe.

Aulton, Awelton:
-, John de, 200.
-,-, Paulina, wife of, 200.

Aumarle, William, 369.
-, Compare Albemar'.

Aumbresleie, John de, vicar of Mudford, 169.

Auna, Aune. See Anna.

Aunger, Anger:
-, John, 269, 271, 425.
-,-, canon of Wells, 262, 273–277, 293.
-,-, executors of, 276.

Aura, Aure. See Alre.

Aureus, 41.

Autevilla. See Hauteville.

Auvers, (Danvers,) Thomas de, 152.

Avebury, Avebiry, Avebyri:
-, Peter de, archdeacon of Taunton, 170, 193.
-, Robert de, 157.
-,-, vicar of Wells, 158, 183.
-, Thomas, rector or vicar (?) of Norton under Hamdon, 268.
-,-, executor of, 268.

Avenant, Thomas, 474.

Avenel:
-, Nicholas, 365, 366.
-,-, W. son of, 365, 366.
-, Oliver, 320.
-, Robert, 144.
-, William de, archdeacon of Berkshire, 365, 366.

Averay, Gilbert, 453, 456.

Averet, averoc, averok, 334, 335, 337, 340–342, 344, 345, 347–349.

Avignon [France], 216, 442, 549.

Avigo, Auco, Hugh de, archdeacon of (Totness ?), 20.

Avon bridge. See Bristol.

Avon river, 168, 472.

Awelton. See Aulton.

Awlescombe [Devon],
-, Auleseomb, Aulescumb, Aulescumbe, church of, 309, 435.
-, a prebend of Wells, 54, 55.
-, rector of, 54, 55.

Axbridge, Axebrege, Axebregge, Axebrige, Axebrigge, Axebrug, Axebrugg, Axebrugge, Axebrugh, 354, 480, 483, 544.
-, manor of, 146, 494.
-, borough or town of, 79, 146, 471, 478, 479, 486, 494.
-, part of in Banwell, 439.
-, advowson of, 472.
-, dean of 186, 188, 208, 447, 480.
-, deanery of, 205, 483, 484.
-, chapter at, 73, 132, 453.
-, rector of, 480.
-, Seyldeserd without, 79.

Axebrigge, Axebrege, Axebregge, Axebrug, Axebrugge, Axebrygge:
-, Gilbert de, 38.
-, Gunnora de, 361, 362.
-, John (de), canon of Wells, 131, 138.
-,-, subdean of Wells, 72, 102, 137, 141, 142, 152, 396, 397, 531.
-,-, chantry of, 72, 152, 377, 396.
-,-, rector of Buckland Abbas, 460, 470.
-,-, vicar of Wells, 377.
-, Thomas de, archdeacon of Bath, 108, 152, 529, 530.

Axem[outh, Devon], prior of, 50.

Aylnod. See Aegelnod.

Aylward, key:
-, Alice, 330.
-, John, 241.
-, William, chaplain of North Curry, 286.
-, Compare Ailward.

Ayschebyri. See Ashbury.

Ayschwyl, John, notary public, 281.

Ayshull, Ayshulle. See Ashill.

Ayssche. See Ash.

Aystwyke, John, 488.

Azo,
-, canon of Salisbury, 68.
-, Compare Adzor.

B

B . ., R. de, vicar of Burnham 268.

Baac, Baak. See Bake.

Babbe (Dabbe):
-, John, the elder, 517.
-,-, Isabel, wife of, 517.
-, John, the younger, 516, 517, 518.
-,-, Isabel, wife of, 515, 517, 518.
-,-, Eleanor, daughter of, 515.
-,-, Isabel, daughter of, 518.

Babbington, Babigton, 59.

Babyngton Babynton:
-, John, 291.
-, William, justice of the Common Pleas, 391.

Back. See Bake.

Back well, Bacwell:
-, church of, 160.
-, patrons of, 160.
-, rector of, 160.
-, vicar of, 160.

Bacwell, Thomas de, 374.

Badbury [Wilts], Baddebury, Baddebyri, Badebyri, 140, 141.
-, manor of, 161, 311, 437.

Baddebiry, Stephen de, 471, 472, 474, 475.

Baddestane, Baddeston. See Badestan.

Badebyri. See Badbury.

Badenoch [Scotland], Badenough, John Comyn, lord of, 313.

Badestan, Baddestane, Baddeston, Badeston:
-, Brian de, coroner of Salisbury, 140.
-, Elias de, 308.
-,-, canon of Wells, 5, 72, 79, 85, 86, 89.
-,-, obit of, 130.
-,-, W. de, official of bishop Roger, 476.
-,-, executors of, 89.
-, William de, chancellor of Wells, 308, 470.

Badevent. See Bavent.

Badgworth, Baggeworth, 146.

Badpole in North Curry, 411.

Badyalton. See Bathealton.

Baestun. See Batheaston.

Bagborough, Bagebergh, Baggabeorc, rector of 384, 385.

Bagborough, East, Estbaggebergh, 184, 429.

Bagborough, West, Westbaggebergh:
-, lord of, 184.
-, manor of 184.
-, metes and bounds of, 184;

Bagepath, Richard de, 144.

Bagepuz, Ralph de, 78, 79, 312.

Baggabeorc. See Bagborough.

Baggelegh. See Bagley.

Bagger, Nicholas, 46.

Baggerygge, Geoffrey de, 415.

Baggeworth. See Badgworth.

Bagley Wood, Baggelegh, in. Wedmoreland, 75, 220.

Baignard, Robert, 428.

Baillol, Baillul, Bailluel, Bailul:
-, Eustace de, 21, 22.
-, John, lord of Galloway, 313.
-, Joscelin de, bishop of Salisbury, 39, 56.

Baily, Bayly:
-, John, of Lopen, 425.
-, Simon, 469.

Bainebury. See Bannebury.

Baiocensis, de Baioc'. See Bayeux.

Bake, Baac, Baak, Back, Bak:
-, Nicholas (de), 219, 225.
-, Richard (de), 209, 211, 375, 376.
-,-, vicar of North Curry, 195, 206. of Wells, 162, 208.
-,-, official of the dean and chapter, 206.
-,-, subtreasurer, 452.
-,-, warden of the fabric, 195.

Bakeler, Bakelere:
-, John, of Stogursey, 505–508, 511, 513, 514, 516–520.
-, Walter le, of Stogursey, 512–514.
-,-, Beatrice, wife of, 512–514.

Baker, Bakere:
-, John, 260.
-, Jordan le, 259.
-,-, John, son of, 259.
-, Nicholas (the), 166, 468.
-, Randolf the, 451.
-, Richard the, 461.
-, Walter (the), 368, 430.
-, William, 500.

Bakton, Thomas, 294.

Bal, Joce, 362.

Balaeto, Balete:
-, William de, archdeacon of Fréjus, 247.
-, chaplain of the pope, 247.
-, nuncio, 155, 247, 248.
-, secretary of, 247.

Bald', 353.
-, the clerk, 56.

Balde:
-, John le, 341.
-, Stephen le, 341.
-, Compare Calvus.

Baldok:
-, Robert (de), archdeacon of Middlesex, 211.
-,-, the king's chancellor, 211.
-,-, canon of Wells, 211, 222, 231, 236, 240–243, 415, 535, 538, 542, 543.

Baldric (?) See Bald'.

Baldwin:
-, archbishop of Canterbury, 14.
-, bishop of Worcester, 21.
-, chancellor of Salisbury, 21, 39.
-, the chaplain, 48.
-, the cook, 9.
-, lord of Thorn St. Margaret. See Thorn.
-, master, 20.
-, the priest, 20.
-, prior of Axmouth, 50.
-, Geoffrey, son of, steward of the bishop of Lincoln, 471, 472, 474, 475.
-, Robert, son of, 40.
-, William, son of, 56, 69.

Baldwyn, Guy, 508.

Balete. See Balaeto.

Baltenesborgh. See Baltonsborough.

Baltismere, Baltyngemere, 318, 325.

Balton, John, prebendary of Wedmore quinta, 282.

Baltonsborough, Baltenesborgh, chapel of, 393.

Baltyngemere. See Baltismere.

Bamfeld, Banfeld, Baunfeld:
-, Alexander de, canon of Wells, 72, 85, 86, 123, 126, 414.
-,-, prebendary of Buckland, 130.
-,-, brother of, 130.
-,-, death of, 130.
-,-, executors of, 153.
-,-, chantry of, 153. See Alexander.
-, Richard de, 148.
-,-, canon of Wells, 34, 100, 101, 105, 107, 108, 145, 360, 449.
-,-, prebend of, 105.
-,-, burial place of, 107.
-,-, chantry of, 107, 108, 377, 449.
-,-, obit of, 107, 108, 145.

Bampton [Devon], Bathentona, church of, 440.

Bampton, Bamptone, Banton:
-, John de, 61, 363.
-, Matthew de, 80, 138.

Banaster, Banastre:
-, Henry, treasurer of London, 56.
-, Robert, archdeacon of Essex, 56.
-, William, canon of Wells, 292.

Banawell, Banawelle. See Banwell.

Banbury [Oxon], Banebiry, 125.

Bandinelli, Bandinellis, Byndenellis:
-, Bindus (Byndus) de, 544, 545.
-, Roland, cardinal of St. Mark, 440, 533.
-,-, chancellor of Rome, 440, 533. See Alexander III.

Banebiry. See Banbury. Banwell.

Banawell, Banewelle, Banewilla. See Banfeld. See Bamfeld.

Bangor, bishop of. See Shrewsbury.

Banham, T., 348.

Bannebury, Bainebury, Richard, 506.

Banton. See Bampton.

Banwell, Banawell, Banawelle, Banewell, Banewelle, Banewilla, 122, 429, 431, 439.
-, documents dated at, 28, 100, 151, 175, 197, 203, 205, 217, 288, 290, 308, 357, 379, 386, 387, 393, 406, 444, 480, 483.
-, hundred of, 28.
-, court of, 59, 360.
-, bailiff of, 361, 362.
-, manor of, 200, 209, 479.
-, members of, 27, 28. See Huish.
-, church of, 25, 52, 53, 150, 307, 534, 515–547.
-, bishop's manor house at, 551. See Puttingthrop.

Banwell, Banewell, Banewelle:
-, John de, 338.
-, Walter de, 543.
-, William de, 200.

Barbe:
-, [ ], 336.
-, Richard, 481. See St. Barbe.

Barbefl', Michael de, 491.

Barber, Barbere, Barbor, Barbour:
-, Alexander le, 548.
-, Hugh le, burgess of Wells, 510.
-,-, William, son of, 259.
-, Isabel, 548.
-, Walter le, 196, 197.

Bardenay, William de, archdeacon of Wells, 67. (See William ?).

Bardolph, Hugh, 6, 14, 48, 309.

Barel, John, 420.

Baret:
-, Andrew, auditor of the papal palace, 297.
-,-, canon of Wells, 297.
-,-, prebendary of Shalford, 283.
-,-, archdeacon of Wells, 299.
-, Geoffrey, 331.
-, Mazelina, 331.
-, Roger, canon of Wells, 34.

Barewe, Barwe:
-, John, the younger, 348.
-, Nicholas de, 41. Compare Bargh, Barowe, Bergh, Burgh.

Barfot, Walter, 338.

Bargh, William, 460.
-, Compare Barewe, Barowe, Bergh, Burgh.

Barking [Essex], Berkyng, dean of, 384.

Barlynch, Berlinch, Berliz, Berlynch, 397.
-, priory, of the order of St. Augustine, 431.
-, prior of, 19, 38, 45, 46, 55, 106, 110, 148, 378, 397.
-, prior and canons, college or convent of, 23, 106, 110, 148, 268, 397, 398.

Barnet:
-, John, bishon of Bath and Wells, 268–270, 368.
-,-, official of the court of Arches, 384.

Barnevill, Barneulle:
-, Constance de, 496.
-, Robert de, 479.

Barnstaple [Devon], archdeacon of, 20.

Barons, 404. See Exchequer.

Baroun, William, 462.

Barowe near Langley Burrell [Wilts], le Barwe, 501–503.

Barowe, Hanekyn de la, alias John Southerman, 501. Compare Barewe, Bargh, Bergh, Burgh.

Barre:
-, Lawrence de la, bachelor of civil law, 219.
-,-, doctor of decrees, 219.
-,-, master of arts, 219.
-,-, canon of Wells, 219, 230, 235, 532, 542, 543.

Barri, Luke de, 136, 139.

Barrow (near Stavordale), Barwe, 354.

Barrow Gurney, Berewe, park of, 136.

Barrow, Minohin, Berwe, nunnery at, 431.

Barry, Robert de, 169. See Carey, Lovyngton.

Bartholomew, bailiff of [ ], 128.

Barton in Lincoln diocese, Bartone, rector of, 542.

Barton in Winscombe, Barthon, Bartone, 336, 362.

Barton, Berton. See Bath, Wells.

Barton, Barthon, Bartone, Berthon, Berton, Borthone, Werton:
-, [ ], 286.
-, Henry de, 360, 361.
-, John de, 363, 503, 504.
-,-, bailiff of the bishop, 199.
-, Nicholas de (Werton), 388.
-, Peter (de), canon of Wells, 281.
-,-, prebendary of Haselbury, 283.
-, R. de, the chapter's man, 75.
-, Roger de, William, son of, 62.
-, Thomas, 358.
-,-, bachelor of laws, 382, 487.
-,-, advocate of the consistory court, 487.
-, Walter de, canon of Wells, 543.
-, William (de), 355, 363.

Barton St David, Bartone, Bertun:
-, advowson of, 70.
-, church of, a prebend of Wells, 203, 256, 429, 533.
-, rector and prebendary of, 182, 488.

Barwe. See Barewe, Barowe, Barrow, Berrow.

Barwick, Berwyk:
-, hamlet of, 463.
-, chaplain of, 463.

Baryngton, Barynton, John, vicar of Wells, 280, 281, 284, 287, 303, 380.

Basset:
-, Fulk bishop of London, 257, 437.
-, Gilbert, 55.
-, John, 55.
-, Philip, 312.
-, William, 21.

Bastard, John, 348.

Basynge, William de, prior of St. Swithin, Winchester, 289.

Basyre, John, doctor of decrees, corrector of papal letters, 396.

Bat, Batte:
-, Roger, 335, 336.
-, William, 500.

Batcombe, Batecombe, church of, 296.

Batccumb, Stacy de, 100.

Batesford:
-, John de, 363.
-,-, justice, 184.

Bath, Bathe, 3, 4, 72, 76, 90–96, 102, 115, 134, 144, 389, 472, 473, 530.
-, proceedings at, 425.
-, documents dated at, 39, 65, 101, 102, 111, 144, 151, 173, 174, 218, 356, 367, 456, 466, 472, 473, 475, 476, 480, 530.
-, church or see of, 54, 77, 115, 116, 438.
-,-, united with Glastonbury, 438.
-, diocese of, 120, 127, 130.
-, hundred of, 65, 439, 440.
-, city of, 13–15, 112, 127, 130, 155, 157, 166, 168, 306, 438, 440, 473.
-,-, fairs in, 15, 438, 440.
-,-, market in, 144, 440.
-,-, mint in, 438.
-, citizens of, 25.
-, city and suburb, 472.
-,-, advowsons in, 168, 472.

Bath,
-, Benedictine abbey and cathedral church of St. Peter at, 13–15, 25, 40, 117, 305, 436, 473, 530, 545.
-,-, of St. Peter and St. Paul, 467.
-,-, dedication of, 454.
-,-, made the bishop's seat, 12, 15, 115, 116, 118, 440.
-,-, church of, 52, 115, 240. altar in, 467. chapel in, 467. chantry in, 467. enthronement in, 64, 118. obits in, 406, 466–468.
-,-, Lady chapel in churchyard of, 25.

Bath abbey,
-, prior and chapter, convent or monks of, 3, 7, 25, 27, 28, 40, 52, 54, 57, 62–65, 73, 76, 90–99, 101–103, 111, 113, 115, 116, 118, 120, 127, 129, 149, 151, 168, 171–173, 210, 218, 282, 285, 291, 294–296, 306, 308, 309, 356, 364, 380, 381, 383, 386, 387, 390, 393, 397, 408, 434, 435, 438, 443, 444, 446, 448, 452, 456, 457, 462, 466–470, 473, 476–478, 480–484, 494, 495, 529, 530, 534.
-, prior and convent of Bath and Wells diocese,' 173.
-, chapter of, 26, 140, 164, 197, 204, 210, 266, 308, 379, 400, 436, 437, 439, 458.
-, grants to, 65, 100, 139, 140, 480.
-,-, of liberties, 7, 143, 147, 305, 309.
-, seal of, 473. See Election of bishop.
-, prior of, 19, 25, 27, 28, 38, 40, 41, 52–54, 57, 62–65, 91–96, 101, 102, 111, 113, 116, 151, 168, 218, 266, 295, 356, 381, 390, 393, 397, 434, 444, 446, 455, 456, 462, 466–469, 473, 476, 480–483, 529, 530, 534.
-,-, election of, 143.
-,-, power to remove, 439.
-,-, precedence of, 52.
-, subprior, 63–65, 96, 102, 113, 266, 467, 530.
-, third prior, 467.
-, fourth prior, 266.
-, monks of, 63–65, 92–94, 101, 102, 111, 113, 115, 117, 118, 172, 218, 456, 466–468, 529.
-, almoner of, 92, 266, 530.
-, cellarer of, 101, 102.
-, kitchener of, 92.
-, precentor of, 3, 4, 93, 96, 101, 102, 111, 113, 115, 266, 529.
-, sacrist of, 4, 93, 94, 100, 266.
-, treasury of, 144, 396, 406.

Bath,
-, bishop of, 115, 183, 411, 489, 522. See Villula, Godfrey, Robert, Joscelin (son. of), Savaricus, Wells, Sarum, Button. See also Bath and Glastonbury, Bath and Wells, Somerset, Wells.
-,-, grant of liberties to, 17.
-,-, palace or bower of, Bisschopesboure, 473.
-, archdeacon of, 67, 210, 238, 266, 397, 430, 457, 458, 465, 485. See Thomas, Richard, Ralph, Blois, Godfrey, Robert, Gildeford, Hugh, Tesson, Tesson, Wykeham, Axebrigge, Sandwich, Hill, Power, Harewell.
-, archdeaconry of, poor churches and chapels in, 1.
-, Barton of, (hundred, manor or town of), 146, 168, 439, 472.
-, churches of, 472.
-, church of St. Mary de Stall, 100, 386.
-,-, vicar of, 386.
-,-, vicarage of, 386.
-,-, chapel dependent on, 386.
-, chapel of St. Katherine, 140.
-, dean of, 93, 266.
-, hospital of St. John Baptist at, 144, 432.
-,-, master of, 144.
-,-, brethren and sisters of, 144.
-, hospital of St. Mary Magdalen at, brethren of, 386.
-, house of lepers without, 432.
-, park of, 439.
-, warren of, 439.

Bath, Bathonia:
-, Clement de, 19, 41.
-,-, nephew of Ivo, 45.
-, Durand de 470.
-, Henry de, 92–94.
-, Ivo de, 45.
-, John de, 10, 396.
-,-, (vicar ?) of Wells, 256.
-, Nicholas de, 173, 175, 176, 196, 218, 236, 237, 246, 247, 291, 535, 546.
-,-, fourth prior of Bath, 266.
-, Osbert de, 39.
-, Peter de, 471, 472, 474, 475.
-,-, canon of Lincoln, 367.
-, Philip de, subprior of Bath, 530.
-, Thomas de, monk of Bath, 172.
-, Walter de, 113.
-,-, canon of Wells, 34.
-, William de, 180, 444.
-,-, the elder, 157.
-,-, vicar of Wells, 159, 161, 162, 540.
-,-, the younger, vicar of Wells, 208.

Bath and Glastonbury:
-, bishops of. See Savaricus, Wells. See also Bath, Bath and Wells, Somerset, Wells.
-, union of, 310.

Bath and Wells:
-, bishop of, 32, 183. See Wells, Sarum, Button, Giffard, Button, Burnel, Marchia Haselshaw, Drokensford, Salopia, Monyngton, Barnet, Harewell, Medeford, Skirlawe, Erghum, Bowet, Bubwith, Stafford, Bekinton, Fox. See also Bath, Bath and Glastonbury, Somerset, Wells.
-, diocese of, 149, 155, 157, 176, 186, 188, 208, 211, 224, 225, see of. See Vacancy.

Bathampton,
-, Hampton, Hamtona, Hamtone, Hanton, 146, 147, 390, 439, 440.
-, church of, 115, 171–174.
-, patron of, 172.
-, rector of, 173.
-, vicarage of, 390.

Bathealton, Badyalton, church of, 249.

Batheaston,
-, Baestun, Batheneston (Baxeneston), Estona, Hestona, 259, 440.
-, advowson of, 140.
-, church of, 139, 140.
-, lady of, 140.
-,-, chantry of, 140.
-, vicarage of, 140.

Bathentona. See Bampton.

Bathford, Ford, Forda, 439, 440.

Bathonia. See Bath.

Bathwick, Wyke by Bath:
-, prebendal church of, 389.
-,-, patrons of, 389.
-, rector and prebendary of, 389, 390.
-, vicar of, 389, 390.
-, vicarage of, 389, 390.

Baticium ad campipartem, 351.

Batte. See Bat.

Batyn, John, 341.

Baudri, Walter, 156.

Baudrip. See Bawdrip.

Baunfeld. See Bamfeld.

Bause. See Bayeux.

Bautrip. See Bawdrip.

Bavent, Badevent, Walter (de), 93, 97, 139.

Bawdrip, Baudrip, Bautrip, church of, 193–195.

Baxeneston. See Batheaston.

Bayeux [France]:
-, archdeacon of, 22.
-, bishop of, 13, 431.

Bayeux, Baiocensis, de Baioc', Bause, Bayuse:
-, Amisia de, 476.
-, Henry, 22.
-, Thomas de, 143, 354.

Bayly. See Baily.

Bays:
-, Jocey de, 139.
-, Robert, prebendary of Combe tercia, 284.

Bayuse. See Bayeux.

Bealknap, Bealknapp. See Belknap.

Beare. See Beere.

Beauchamp, Beauchampe, Belle Campo, Beuchamp:
-, Alice de, 278.
-, Cicely de, 229, 230.
-,-, obit of, 229, 230.
-, Hugh de, 187, 416, 418, 419.
-,-, Idonea, wife of 416, 418–420, 461.
-, Idonea de, lady of Lillisdon, 420, 461.
-, John (de), 160, 362, 408, 410, 412, 413, 423.
-,-, boy vicar of Wells, 266.
-,-, of Lillisdon, 323, 326, 468.
-,-, of the marsh, 180, 198.
-,-, of Norton (Northope), 178, 189.
-,-, of Somerset, 227–230. lord of Hatch, 229. Joan, wife of, 230. John, son of, 230. obit of, 230.
-, Lewis de, canon of Wells, 34.
-, Thomas, 460, 466.
-, William, lord of Lillisdon and Stath, 326. See Hatch, Shepton.

Beaufere, William, 330.

Beaufort [France], Beaudeford, Beauford, 8.

Beaufort:
-, Edmund, duke of Somerset, marquis of Dorset, 461.
-, Henry, 'de Anglia', bishop of Winchester, cardinal of St. Eusebius, 461.
-, executors of, 461.
-, obit of, 461.

Beaulieu abbey [Hants], 264.

Beaumes, Richard de, bishop of London, 15.

Beaumont, Beaumunt:
-, Henry de, dean of Salisbury, 30, 31.
-, Robert de, earl of Leicester, 6, 14, 309.
-,-, count of Mellent, 7, 14.
-, William de, provost of Bristol, 88.

Beaupyne, Thomas, of Bristol, 413.

Bec [France]:
-, abbey of, 489.
-, abbot of, 109.
-,-, canon of Wells, 76, 127, 489.
-,-, prebendary of Old Cleeve, 489.
-, abbot and convent of, 387, 489.

Beccevilla. See Bercevilla.

Becket, Thomas, chancellor of England, 65.

Beda. See. Books.

Bedeford, Thomas de, of Lincoln diocese, 366, 434, 492, 493.

Bedford [Beds], Bedeford, 16.
-, castle, siege of, 15, 16.

Bedlem, house of. See Sheen.

Bedminster, Bedmynstre:
-, church of, 2.
-, prebendary or rector of, 1.

Bedripe, 343, 345.

Beeme, mill of the, 189.

Been, Thomas, notary public, 465.

Beer, in Otterhampton, Bere, 506, 509.

Beere, Beare, Bera, Bere, Berre:
-, Gilbert de, 184, 317, 351–353, 408, 412, 423.
-, John, 505, 515, 517, 518, 520.
-, Peter de, 511–514.
-, Robert de, 517.
-, Thomas de. See. Mere.
-, William de, 320, 507, 511, 513, 514.
-,-, advocate of the consistory court, 396.
-,-, commissary of bishop Ralph, 383, 384.
-,-, wife of, 507.
-,-, Maud, wife of, 511.
-,-, Margaret, daughter of, 507.
-,-, Compare Bere.

Begenhangra. See Binegar.

Begeyn:
-, Reginald, 208.
-,-, Emma, wife of, 208.
-,-, Robert de Welles, son of, 208.

Bek:
-, Anthony, bishop of Durham, 404.
-, Thomas, bishop of St. Davids, 404.

Bekerie (near Glastonbury), 313.

Bekinton, Bekintona, Bekyngton, Bekynton, Bekyntona:
-, John de, 154, 395.
-,-, escheator in Somerset, 368, 372.
-, Thomas de, bishop of Bath and Wells, 424, 433, 435, 457, 458, 465, 466, 498–502.
-,-, secretaries of, 465.
-,-, burial place of, 433.
-,-, executors of, 424, 467.
-,-, chantry of, 467.

Belamy, John, 521.

Belde, William, vicar of Wells, 303.

Bele, Gele:
-, Richard, 453, 456.
-, Walter, 453, 456.

Belestan, Baldwin de, 41.

Belet:
-, Michael, 21.
-, William, 312.

Belknap, Bealknap, Bealknapp, Dealknap, Robert, chief justice of the Common Pleas, 287, 323, 419, 425.

Bella Fago, Roger de, 363.

Belle, William, 524.

Bello Campo. See Beauchamp.

Bellus, Robert, 42.

Belvero, William de, master of St. Mark's hospital, Bristol, 205.

Belyn, Robert, 239.

Bempston, Bemestan, Bempton:
-, hundred of, 67.
-, bailiff of, 536.
-, bedel of, 536.

Benangre. See Benhanger.

Bendeng', William de, 21.

Benecumb, Benecumbe. See Bennecomb.

Benedict XII, pope, 235, 245.

Benedict:
-, abbot of Athelney, 27, 43, 57, 487.
-, clerk of the bishop of Exeter, 55.
-, subprior of Athelney, 45.
-, vicar of Wells, 162.
-, the pope's writer, rector of Ham, 366.

Benefices:
-, compatible and incompatible, 301, 302.
-, fruits of vacant, 5, 67, 72, 149, 191, 193–495, 197, 201, 203, 212, 248–250, 268, 307, 308, 429, 430, 464, 481, 530, 535, 538.
-, institution to, 200, 439.

Beneseff', See Benshef.

Benet, Beneyt:
-, John, 540.
-,-, canon of Wells, 264, 271, 273.
-,-, prebendary of Combe tercia decima, 264.
-,-, sacrist of Wells, 263.
-, Michael, canon of Wells, 222.
-, Thomas, notary public, 275, 276.
-, William, vicar of Wells, 271.

Benetleya. See Bentley.

Behhanger, Benangre, Benhangre:
-, Nicholas de, 148.
-, Thomas de, vicar of Wells, 166, 183, 509, 511.
-,-, communar, 153, 157.

Benhangre. See Binegar.

Bening' (?). See Sancto Georgio.

Benington, Maurice de, 470, 471.

Bennecomb, Bennecumb, Benecumb, Benecumbe, John de, 79, 100, 142, 522.

Benshef, Beneseff:
-, John, 346.
-, Roger, 72.

Bentley [Middx.], Benetleya, prior of, 524.

Beorge, æt þam. See Burrow.

Bera. See Beere.

Berbrettus. See Berebrettus.

Bercevilla, Beocevilla, Gilbert de, 55.

Bercham, Berkham, Roger de, mayor of Bristol, 72.

Berd. See Birdde.

Bere, la, in Whitchurch [Dorset], 525. See Beer, Beere.

Bere:
-, Geoffrey de la, 525.
-, Luke de la, 525.
-, Peter de la, 523–525.
-, Compare Beere.

Bere moor, Beremor, Beremore, 188, 189.

Berebrettus, berbrettus, berebrittius, berebrittus, berebruttus, 252, 329, 334, 335, 343.

Bereford, John, 478.

Berelane, John de, 478.

Beremor, Beremore. See Bere moor.

Berenger, chaplain of the bishop of London, 57.

Berewe. See Barrow, Berrow.

Berewik (Bath), 386. See Berwik.

Berewold, Walter, 319.

Berewyk. See Berwick.

Bergavenny, Bergeveny, John de Hastynges, lord of, 313.

Bergh, la, in Huish Episcopi, 177.

Bergh, Berghe, Berh':
-, Hugh at, de la, 177, 476.
-, John atte, 330.
-, Martin at, 475.
-,-, Joan wife of, 475.
-, Ralph de. vicar of Wells, 183.
-, William atte, 336. Compare Barewe, Bargh, Barowe, Burgh.

Bergh, Berghe, Berghes. See Berrow.

Berham. See Derham.

Beriall. See Wells localities.

Berihale, Richard, fee of, 253.

Berkeley, Berkelay, Berkele, Berkelee, Berkeleye, Berklee:
-, John de, 416.
-,-, heirs of, 180.
-, Maurice de, 363.
-, Eva wife of, 363.
-, Thomas son of, 363.
-,-, archdeacon of (Wells ?), 54, 381.
-, R. de, 11.
-, Robert de, canon of Wells, 29, 70, 135, 320, 444.
-,-, steward of the dean and chapter, 327.
-,-, subdean of Wells, 202.
-, Thomas de, 258, 479.
-,-, (Herkeley ?) 155.
-,-, Maurice son of, 363.

Berkham. See Bercham.

Berkhampstead [Herts], Berkhamsted, 246.

Berklee. See Berkeley.

Berkshire, archdeacon of, 4, 20, 40, 70, 76, 94, 135, 365, 366, 526, 527, 531.

Berkyng. See Barking.

Berlinch, Berliz, Berlynch. See Barlynch.

Bermondsey [Surrey], Bermondeshey, abbey at, 463. See Preston.

Bernard:
-, bishop of St. David's, 34.
-, cardinal of St. Nicholas in carcere Tulliano, 440.
-, chaplain of the bishop of Exeter, 55.
-,-, of Winchester, 421.

Bernard:
-, Ralph son of, 9, 10, 19, 49, 309.
-,-, Leticia de Say wife of, 19.
-,-, Richard son of, 10.
-,-, William son of, 10.
-,-, Simon, clerk of, 19.
-,-, servants of, 9.
-,-, will of, 19.
-, Richard son of, 9, 10, 45.
-,-, William brother of, 9, 10.
-, Robert son of, 13, 353, 493.
-, Thomas son of, 15, 21, 353.
-, William son of, 493.

Berners, Berneres:
-, Ralph, canon of Wells, 373.
-,-, succentor of Wells, 299, 300, 302–304.
-, William de, 143.

Berre. See Beere.

Berrow, Barwe, Berewe, Bergh, Berghe, Berghes, Berwe, Burghes, Suthbarewe, Suthbarwe, 480–484.
-, lord of, 37.
-, farm of, 165, 192.
-, church of, 37, 38, 165, 296, 309, 393, 436, 443, 480, 482, 483.
-,-, advowson of, 480–484.
-,-, patronage of, 37, 38, 393, 483.
-, rector of, 37, 38, 483, 484.
-, vicar of, 480, 482.
-, vicarage of, 393, 480, 482.

Bertholdus, 396.

Berthon. See Barton.

Berton, Bertun. See Barton, Bath.

Berwe. See Barrow, Berrow.

Berwick on Tweed, Berewyk, 404.

Berwik, Berewick, Berewik, Berwyk, Berwyke:
-, Gilbert de, 261.
-, John de, provost of Bristol, 72.
-,-, vicar of Wells, 132.
-, Maud de, 432.
-, William de, 72, 259.

Berwyk. See Barwick.

Bery, William, 509. Compare Bury.

Bestan, John de, prebendary of [ ], 159.

Betenesden. See Biddlesden.

Betescumba (in Nether Stowey ?), 432.

Betisleth, Edmund de, 349.

Betun, Robert de, bishop of Hereford, 34.

Beuchamp. See Beauchamp.

Beverley [Yorkshire], provost of, 94.

Bevyn, Beyvyn:
-, John, 288.
-,-, of Henton, 425, 427.
-, Richard, 536.

Bewepoll, Alice, 517. (See Tribon ?)

Beyvyn. See Bevyn.

Bicknoller in Stogumber, Bikenalre, Bykenalre, Byknaller, Byknalre, 277, 520, 521.
-, manor or lordship of, 324, 468.
-, extent and custumal of, 348–351.
-, chapel of, 277, 458.
-, rectory of, 521.

Biddestone, Bideston, Dudeston, Henry de, 502, 503.

Biddisham, Bideham, Bidesham, Bydesham, 39, 50–52, 533, 534.
-, also called Tarnuc, 429.
-, manor of, 227, 228.
-, courts of, 346.
-, custumal and extent of, 346–348.
-, a prebend of Wells, 50–52, 72, 122.
-,-, assigned to repairs and ornaments, 33, 50, 51, 169, 230, 532.
-, one virgate to the dean, 33.
-, farm of, 169, 172, 192, 230, 268.
-, chapel of, 534.
-, rector of, 346.
-, field names in, 346.

Biddlesden [Bucks], Betenesden, abbot of, 9.

Bideham, Bidesham. See Biddisham.

Bideston. See Biddestone.

Bighorn, Isabel, 545.

Biham. See Byham.

Bikenalre. See Bicknoller.

Bikenhull, Bykonell:
-, John, 498.
-, William de, 330.

Bikewylle, William, 350.

Bile (William), 210.

Bileswik. See Bristol.

Billesdon, Thomas de, 425.

Billeswick. See Bristol.

Billing, Billyng:
-, John, 229.
-, Richard, 80.

Billiswik. See Bristol.

Billyng. See Billing.

Bindon [Dorset], Binedon, abbot of, 40.

Binegar, Begenhangra, Benhangre, 191, 429, 534.
-, patron of, 135.
-, rector of, 135. See Whitchurch.

Bingham, Byngham:
-, Robert de, bishop of Salisbury, 1, 149, 307, 309, 310, 365, 366, 522, 524, 527.
-,-, official of, 365, 366.
-, Thomas (de), 441.
-,-, doctor in theology, 293.
-,-, canon of Wells, 373.
-,-, subdean, 274–276, 279, 282, 283, 287, 291–293, 295, 279–299, 302–304, 356, 377, 488.
-, William de, 309, 371, 372. See Sutton.

Birdde, Berd, Byerd, Byrd:
-, John, 341, 453, 456.
-, William, monk of Bath, 456.

Birigg' (Herbethleg' ?), 20.

Birlaund, [ ], 363.

Bisham [Berks], Bustelesham:
-, priory of the order of St. Augustine at, 407, 408.
-, church of, 407.
-, founders of, 407.

Bishop:
-, election of. See Election.
-, postulation of, 64, 199, 223.
-, consecration of, 99.
-, enthronement of, 64, 99, 118, 130.
-, style of, 99, 115, 130.
-, alms of, 395.
-, appeals to, 87, 439, 452.
-, bower of. See Bath.
-, buttery of, 178.
-, chamber of, pensions from, 58, 104, 141, 173.
-, chapels of. See Evercreech, Wells, Wiveliscombe, Wookey.
-, courts of, 160, 312. See Wells, Westbury, Wiveliscombe.
-, exchequer. See Wells.
-, executors of, 17, 471, 494.
-, household of, 49.
-, jurisdiction of, 301, 365, 429, 439, 533, 534, 537–539, 545–549.
-, lands' of, 146, 147, 184, 429, 433, 439, 549.
-, liberties granted to, 66, 146, 147, 305, 438, 471, 494.
-, liberty of, 323, 411, 427. See Wells.
-, lordship of. See Wells.
-, manor houses of. See Banwell, Blackford, Congresbury, Evercreech, Wiveliscombe, Wookey.
-, mill of. See Wells.
-, ministers of, 539, 545.
-,-, apparitor, 539.
-,-, bailiffs, 3, 139, 199, 252, 312, 323, 411, 442, 476, 539.
-,-, official. See Official
-,-, receiver, 162, 199, 466.
-,-, registrar, 408.
-,-, steward, courts held by, 312, 539.
-, palace of. See Bath, Wells.
-, parks of. See Pucklechurch, Wells, Westbury.
-, powers of, 182, 224, 225.
-,-, restrictions on, 154, 183.
-, procuration of. See Procuration.
-, register of, 550. See Bibliography.
-, registry of. See Wells.
-, sentence by, 485.
-, table of, 443, 549.
-, treasury of, 144.
-, visitation of, 122, 189, 190, 204, 206, 207, 213, 223, 232, 233, 257, 296, 310, 365, 447, 463, 468, 533, 539–547.
-, wardship by, of vacant churches, 67, 72, 429.
-, yeoman of, 179, 183, 200, 209.

Bishops of England, 90, 117, 118.
-, suffragan of Canterbury, 15, 216, 538.

Bishopsbridge. See Pont l'Evêque.

Bishpool in Bishops Lydeard, 474.

Bisnam, G. de, canon of Exeter, 130.

Bisschop, Bissop, Bissoppe:
-, Richard, 524.
-,-, vicar of Mere, Wilts, 395.
-,-, Thomas and Alice, parents of, 395.
-, William, of Whitchurch, 524.
-,-, vicar of Wells, 132, 135.

Bisschopesboure. See Bath.

Bissop, Bissoppe. See Bisschop.

Bissopeston, Henry de, canon of Salisbury, 76, 94.

Bissopeswod. See Lydeard (Bishops).

Blackford, Blacford, Blakeford, Blakford, 147, 536, 545, 546.
-, documents dated at, 180, 204–206, 234, 383, 384, 473.
-, manor of, 167, 168, 219, 311, 360, 437, 472, 494.
-, manor house at, 303.
-, free chapel of, 167, 168, 311, 472, 534.
-, moor of, 219.

Blak', Blake:
-, Robert, bailiff of the bishop, 139.
-, William, 413, 423.
-,-, servant of, 425.

Blakecherl, le Blakecherlle, Henry, 84, 85.

Blakedon:
-, Roger, canon of Wells, 271.
-, Thomas de, 166.

Blakeford. See Blackford.

Blakeforde, Blakford:
-, Hamon de, son of Geoffrey, 25, 56, 309, 491.
-,-, Agnes wife of, 56.
-,-, Robert son of, 56.
-, Roger de, 522. See Richard (Hamon son of).

Blakelake, 188.

Blakemore in Winscombe, 362, 505.

Blakemore, Nicholas de, 504.

Blakford. See Blackford, Blakeforde.

Blancherd, Blaunchard:
-, John, canon of Wells, 283.
-, prebendary of Combe decima, 283.

Blanecomb. John, 279.

Blaneford, Thomas, 460.

Blast, Blaste, John, 505, 506, 509.

Blaunchard. See Blancherd.

Blaunk, Gregory, of Bordeaux, 176.
-, Compare Albus, Blund, White.

Bleadney, Bledeneye, Bleddenhyth, 226, 429.

Bleadon, Bleodon, Bloeden, Bloedone, rector of, 243, 538, 540–542, 545, 546, 549.

Blebyry, John, prebendary of Litton, 269. Compare Bliburgh.

Bleddenhyth, Bledeneye. See Bleadney.

Bleodon. See Bleadon. Blesensis. See Blois.

Blestiatus (?), 318.

Blewet. See Bluet.

Bleys. See Blois.

Bliburgh, W. de. canon of Wells, 164.
-, Compare Blebyry.

Blithe. See Blythe.

Bloedon, Bloedone. See Bleadon.

Bloet. See Bluet.

Blois, Blesensis, Bleys, Bloys:
-, Henry of, bishop of Winchester, 8, 33, 421.
-, Peter of, 20, 22.
-,-, archdeacon of Bath, 21.
-, William, archdeacon of Buckingham, 367.
-,-, bishop of Lincoln, 64. of Worcester, 445.

Blondeville. See Blundeville.

Bloys. See Blois.

Bluet, Blewet, Bloet, Bluwet:
-, Robert, bishop of Lincoln, 14, 15.
-, Thomas, 511, 520.
-, Walter, 505, 507, 511, 516–518, 520. See Hinton Blewitt.

Blund, Blun, Blunde, Blundus:
-, Maud, of Wells, 431.
-, Richard (le), 318.
-,-, of Petherton, 314.
-,-, bishop of Exeter, 257.
-,-, Compare Albus, Blaunk, White.

Blundel, William, 106, 315.

Blundeville, Blondeville:
-, Randolph de, earl of Chester, 7, 528.
-, Thomas de, bishop of Norwich, 305, 438.

Blundus. See Blund.

Bluwet. See Bluet.

Blythe, Blithe:
-, John, 373.
-,-, burgess of Wells, 280, 378.

Bochelanda. See Buckland.

Bockyng, Bockyngg', Bokkyng', Bokyngge:
-, John, vicar of Wells, 279.
-,-, prior of St. Mary's chapel, 279.
-,-, the younger, vicar of Wells, 488.
-, Thomas (de), 268, 272, 501.
-,-, canon of Wells, 271, 273, 276, 277, 283, 293, 295, 297–300, 302, 303.
-,-, notary public, 273.
-,-, burial place of, 277.
-,-, chantry of, 277.
-,-, obit of, 277.

Bocland, Boclanda, Boclaund, Boclaunde, Boclonda, Boclonde. See Buckland.

Boddeclegh. See Butleigh.

Boddeleye, John, 410.

Bodeclya. See Butleigh.

Bodekeleye. See Butleygh.

Bogelegh. See Bughelegh.

Boggedehole. See Buckethole.

Boghe, John, notary public, 382.

Bogher, Boghiar, Boghiare, Boghier, See Bouyer.

Bogle, Bogleygh. See Bughelegh.

Bohnam(?), Roger de, canon of Lincoln, 401.

Bohun, Boun:
-, Francis de, 48.
-, Humphrey de, earl of Hereford, 257, 438.
-,-, earl of Hereford and Essex, constable of England, 256.
-, Roger de, 51. See Savaricus.

Bokeland, Bokelanda, Bokelande. See Buckland.

Bokele. See Buckley.

Bokelond. See Buckland.

Bokenhull, Richard de, 164.

Bokerel. See Bukerel.

Boketon, Bokton:
-, Thomas de, 380.
-, Walter, canon of Chichester, 270.

Bokhampton, Robert de, vicar of Mudford, 388.

Bokkyng', See Bockyng.

Bokland, Boklaund. See Buckland.

Bokton. See Boketon.

Bokyngge. See Bockyng.

Bolchide, Thomas, 503.

Bole:
-, John (le), 328, 500, 512.
-, Richard le, 344.
-, Thomas, 498.
-, Walter (le), 224, 267, 416.

Bolchaft, Bolof:
-, Geoffrey, 347.
-, Stephen, 346.
-, William, 346.

Bolemer, le Bomare, Bomour, Bulemer:
-, Christina, 338.
-, Nicholas, 336.
-, Robert, 341.
-, William, 340.

Bolevill. See Bonville.

Boley, Walter de, 504.

Boleyn, Bulenn:
-, Robert, 493.
-, Thomas, 435, 467.

Bolisdon, Bollisdon, Bullesdon:
-, Robert, 326.
-, Walter, 418, 423.

Bolney:
-, John, 506.
-, Walter, 506.

Bolof. See Bolehaft.

Bologna [Italy], 459.

Bolonia, Bononia:
-, Faramus de, 496.
-, Thomas de, 10.
-, Christina, daughter of, 315.
-,-, wife of Gilbert Gule, 10.

Bolour, Matthew le, 154.

Bolum, John de, 365.

Bomare, Bomour. See Bolemer.

Bon, Hugh, 451.

Bonacursus, the pope's chamberlain, 130.

Bonadies, cardinal of St. Angelo, 440.

Bonavilla. See Bonville.

Bonde, William le, of Yatton, 156.

Boneton (?). See. Boueton.

Bonevill, Bonevilla, Boneville, Bonevyle. See Bonville.

Boniface VIII, pope, 159.
-, bulls of, 433, 437.
-, constitutions of, 459.

Boniface IX, pope 357, 358, 393, 454, 487.
-, bulls of, 356, 392, 396. See Tomacelli.

Bono, Peter de, cardinal of St. Susanna, 439.

Bononia. See Bolonia.

Bonville. Bolevill, Bonavilla, Bonevill, Bonevilla, Boneville, Bonevyle:
-, John de, 23, 24.
-, Nicholas de, 228.
-, Richard de, 136.
-, Robert de, 23, 24, 309.
-,-, Beatrice wife of, 23, 24.
-,-, John brother of 24.
-, Simon de, 20.
-, William (de), 19, 48, 139, 326, 327, 522.

Bonyete (Bouyete ?), William, 338.

Bonyngdon (?), See Bovyngdon.

Books:
-, bequest of, 152, 431, 432.
-, borrowed, 152.
-, damage to, 162.
-, use of in the choir, 182, 203.
-, Adalbert, Speculum Gregorii, 152.
-, Augustine, De Ciritate Dei, Epistolê, other works, 152.
-, Beda, De Temporibus, 152.
-, Gregory. See Adalbert.
-, Damascenus, John, 152.
-, Hugh de St. Victor, De Sacramentis, 152.
-, Customs of Wells, 154.
-, Domesday, 146, 440.
-, of fees, temp. Edward I, 497.
-, Registers, 171, 530, 532, 547, 550.
-,-, papal, 396. See Wells dean and chapter; also Bibliography.
-, Secrctum, of Glastonbury, 521.
-, service, 238, 277, 323, 324, 357, 359, 387, 388, 390, 396, 540, 542, 547.
-, antiphonary, 101, 255, 292, 304.
-, gradual, 255, 277, 409.
-, hymnal, 101, 300, 304.
-, legendary, 292, 409.
-, manual, 445.
-, martyrology, 144, 221, 248, 255.
-, missal, 37, 257, 269, 294, 378, 381, 409, 448, 521.
-,-, with notes, 409.
-, ordinal, 254, 255, 530, 531, 540, 542, 547.
-, psalter, 101, 255, 300, 304.
-, troper, 255. See Wells cathedral.

Boon work, 336, 337–342, 346, 347.

Borda (Gorda), Edric, cross of, 19, 20.

Bordarius, Peter, 23.

Bordeaux [France], 96, 176.

Bordenbrigg, Richard, 347.

Boreford. See Burford.

Boret:
-, Robert, 368, 369, 371, 372.
-, Juliana wife of, 368, 369, 371, 372.

Borewold:
-, Christina, 327.
-, Alice, sister of, 327.
-, John, 327, 328.

Borgeis. See Burges.

Borne. See Bourne.

Bornham. See Burnham.

Borowe, la, in the hundred of North Curry, 411. Compare Burrow.

Borstal, William, prebendary of Combe prima, 283, 284.

Bort. See Bovey.

Bortheyn, John, 526.

Borthone. See Barton.

Boscel. See Buscel.

Bosinton, Bosynton:
-, William de, 100.
-,-, canon of Wells, 104, 136.

Bosoun. See Bozun.

Boterlake moor, Botirlake, 187, 408, 412, 416, 419, 423, 461.

Botiller. See Butler.

Botington, Sampson de, abbot of St. Edmunds, Bury, 310.

Botreaux, William Lord, 504.

Botreaux and Moels, Mules:
-, William Lord, daughter and heir of, 498, 499, 502.

Bottele, Botteleye. See Butleygh.

Bouch'. See Buche.

Boudych, Bouedicgh, Bouedich, Bouediche, Bouedych, Bouedyche. See Bowditch.

Boueliz. See Doueliz.

Bouer, John de, 524.

Boueton (Boneton ?, Boveton ?):
-, Alan, 161.
-, Alice, 338.

Bouevill (?). See Bonville.

Boueweie, Boueweye, Adam, 156.

Boun. See Bohun.

Bounds and Boundary ridings, 158, 184, 228, 229, 316, 324, 325, 363, 431, 449, 450. See Perambulations.

Bourgh. See Burgh.

Bourle. See Dourle.

Bourlegh, Burleghs:
-, Ralph de, 503.
-, Walter de, canon of Wells, 233.

Bourne, Borne, Bourn, Burne:
-, Geoffrey de la, 524.
-, William de, de la, 186, 444, 501.
-,-, justice, 184.
-,-, canon of Wells, 114, 157, 189, 198–200, 226, 355, 362, 526.

Bouswayn, Philip, 327, 328.
-, Compare Bozun.

Bouth. See Buche.

Bouyer, Bogher, Boghiar, Boghiare, Boghier Bouwyar, John le, 368–371, 374, 375.

Bouyete (?). See Bonyete.

Bovet, 530.

Boveton (?). See Boueton.

Bovey Tracey [Devon], Bort, Bovi, Bovy, Southbovi, Suthbovy:
-, advowson of, 364.
-, church of, 309, 436.
-, a prebend of Wells, 41, 490.

Bovyngdon (Bonyngdon ?), Bovyndon:
-, John, 469.
-,-, vicar of Wells, 377.

Bowditch, Boudych, Bouedicgh, Bouedich, Bouediche, Bouedych, Bouedyche, Bowedych:
-, Henry, 270, 280, 281, 289, 291, 370, 372.
-,-, burgess of Wells, 281.
-, Joan (Juliana) wife of, 270, 370.
-, John, 368, 370, 372.

Bowet, Henry, bishop of Bath and Wells, 430, 532. See Bibliography.

Bowrcler. See Burghclere.

Boxe, Boxse:
-, Robert atte, 504, 549.
-, Walter, 519.
-,-, Elizabeth, wife of, 519.
-, William atte, vicar of Pilton, 249.

Boy vicar, 266, 302, 303.

Boye, Boys:
-, John (de), 215, 354.
-, Richard, 520, 521.
-, Roger, 202. Compare Wode.

Boyland, Richard de, justice, 234.

Boys. See Boye.

Boyton [Wilts]:
-, church of, 151.
-, patron of, 151.

Bozun, Bosoun, Bozon, Bulzun, Busun, Buzum, Buzun:
-, Robert, 25.
-,-, canon of Wells, 25, 26.
-,-, prebendary of Carhampton (?). 26.
-,-, chancellor of Exeter, 487.
-, Simon, 19, 25, 40, 149, 306, 309.
-,-, Reinald son of, 40. prebendary of Carhampton, 40.
-, William, 25, 41, 451.

Brabazon:
-, J. (de), S.T.P., 196.
-,-, canon of Wells, 216.

Bracton. See Bratton.

Bradebrigge, John, 506.

Bradeford. See Bradford.

Bradegar, Robert, canon of London, 289.

Bradelegh in Stoke St. Gregory, 11.

Bradelegh wood in Pucklechurch, 475.

Bradeneye, Bradenei, Bradeneie, Bradenye:
-, Anthony de, 115, 173, 186, 220.
-,-, canon of Wells, 155, 169, 170, 187, 189, 190, 226, 362.
-,-, prebendary of Easton, 159.
-,-, executor to bishop de Marchia, 155.
-,-, farmer of Bishops Lydeard, 32, 169.
-, Simon de, 248, 250, 362.

Bradenstock [Wilts], Bradenestoc, Bradenestok, Bradenestoke:
-, priory of St. Mary at, 144.
-, prior of, 28, 525, 526.
-, subprior of, 525, 526.
-, prior and convent of, 478.

Bradestede, Bradestoke. See Brasted.

Bradeston, William de, abbot of St. Augustine Bristol, 389.

Bradewell, Bradewille, John, 251, 258, 371.

Bradford, Bradeford, church of, 398.

Bradford, Bradeford:
-, Roger de, 24, 42, 45, 486.
-, Stephen de, 10, 135.
-,-, vicar of Wells, 29.

Brai. See Bray.

Brand, Richard, 480.

Brankton, Bramton, Branctone, Branton, Braunkton:
-, Geoffrey, of Lincoln diocese, notary public, 433.
-, John, canon of Wells, 283, 284.
-,-, prebendary of Combe sexta, 282.

Branteston. See Braunston.

Brantingham. Thomas de, bishop of Exeter, 249.

Branton. See Brankton.

Braose, Braosa:
-, Giles (E.) de, bishop of Hereford, 62, 63, 310.
-, William de, 7.

Braseyetere, Walter, 258.

Brasted [Kent], Bradestede, Bradestoke, 210.

Bratton, Bracton:
-, Henry de, 450.
-,-, canon of Wells, 487.
-,-, prebendary of Whitchurch, 487.
-,-, obit of, 110.

Braunch, Braunche, Nicholas, 17, 416.

Braundon, Braundone:
-, Robert de, 455.
-,-, canon of Wells, 111, 113, 148.

Braunkton. See Brankton.

Braunston [Rutland], Branteston, chapel of, 404.

Bray, Brai, Braye:
-, Nicholas le, called Lardyner, 544.
-, Richard de, 548.
-,-, vicar of Wells, 225.
-, Thomas, canon of Wells, 265, 271, 273, 284.
-,-, prebendary of Combo quarta, 282.

Braybœuf, Braybef, William, justice, 234.

Braybrok:
-, Robert, archdeacon of Cornwall, 289.
-, William de, 201.

Braye. See Bray.

Braynsford, Peter, 441.

Brean, Bren, Brene, 73, 453.

Breaute, Falkasius de, 15.

Breche, Walter atte, 343, 345.

Bredare, Robert, 426.

Bredis, Panthaleon de, de Utino, doctor of decrees, chaplain of the pope, auditor general of the Camera, 396.

Brekebek. See Brikbek.

Bremel, Richard de, 525.

Bremesgrave, William de, vicar of Mudford, 169.

Bremesham, Matthew de, 525.

Bremyngcourt, Brennygtoht', Peter de, canon of Wells, 155, 157.

Bron. See Brown.

Bren, Brene. See Brean.

Brenkworth, John de, 236.

Brennygtoht'. See Bremyngcourt.

Brent, Brente, vicar of, 333.

Brent, Brenta, Brente:
-, Robert de, 481, 482.
-, Thomas de, 43, 487.

Brent, East, Estbrent, Estbrente, Estbrynte, 447.
-, church of, 104, 296, 399.
-, patrons of, 399.
-, vicarage of, 104, 399.

Brent Marsh, Brentemarsh, 27, 28, 33. See Huish.

Brent, South, Brente, Southbrentc, Sowthbrente, Subrente, Subrentona, Sutbrente, Suthbrenta, Suthbrente, 393.
-, church of, 26, 308, 435, 534.
-, a prebend of Wells, 24, 26, 47, 436.
-, attached to the archdeaconry, 26, 47.
-, with Huish, 256, 284.

Brere:
-, Richard, 268, 271.
-,-, vicar of Wells, 273. Compare Brether.

Bret. See Breton.

Bretasche, John, the elder, 485.

Brether (Frater ), John, vicar of Wells, 140. Compare Frere.

Bretoil, Robert de, 7.

Breton, le Bret, Brett, Brette, Brito, Briton, Britto, de Britton, Brut, de Labstun(?):
-, G. de la (de Labstun), 81.
-, John, 45, 324, 348, 349, 520.
-, Robert, 43, 69.
-, Simon, 45, 62, 324, 520.
-,-, Simon son of, 43, 45.
-, Thomas, 21.
-, William, 45.
-,-, cellarer of Glastonbury, 227.
-,-, notary public 382, 460.

Breuse, William de, bishop of Llandaff, 404, 491.

Breutona. See Bruton.

Brewham, North, Northbruham by Bruton, 460.

Brice, Richard, 322, 326, 419.

Brideport, Briddeport, Bridiport, Brudeport, Brydeport:
-, Geoffrey de, 12, 105, 202, 378, 402, 450, 451.
-,-, Margery wife of, 105, 378.
-,-, chantry of, 105, 300, 378.
-, Giles de, archdeacon of Berkshire, 70, 76, 94, 135.
-,-, dean of Wells, 135–138, 361.
-,-, bishop of Salisbury, 103, 138, 140, 323. See Giles.
-, Osmund de, 525.
-, Thomas de, 259.
-, Walter de, vicar of Wells, 36, 37.

Bridgwater, Brige, Bruges, Brugwauter, 87, 345.
-, church of, 440.
-, hospital of St. John at, 122, 545.

Bridiport. See Brideport.

Bridport [Dorset], 264.

Briewes. See. Briwes.

Brige. See Bridgwater.

Brigg, Brigge, Brugge, Brygge:
-, Christina atte, 216.
-, John atte, 327.
-, Richard, 498, 500.
-, William (atte), 335, 347.
-,-, of Stogumber, John, son of, 193. Compare Bruges, Ponte.

Brightenesworthy (Brutenesworthy), 355.

Brigman, Richard, 348.

Brihtmær, a priest, 434.

Brihtric, 429.
-, Doddasunu, 434.

Brikbek, Brekebek, Brikebek, Brykebek, Roger (de), 219, 539, 542, 543.

Brisley [Norfolk], Brysele, rector of, 289.

Bristol, Bristollia, Bristove, 17, 72, 80, 138, 160, 186, 215, 410, 411, 413, 444.
-, documents dated at, 7, 8, 215, 309, 491, 497, 515.
-, mayor of, 72, 88, 215, 372, 513, 515.
-, provosts of, 72, 88.
-, bailiffs of, 309.
-, burgesses of, 292, 372.
-, tolls in, 88.
-, abbey of St. Augustine at, or by, 69, 139, 389, 444.
-,-, abbot of, 389, 436, 459, 487, 491–493.
-,-, almonry of, 444.
-,-, canons regular of, 444.
-, Avon bridge at, 88.
-, Bradestrete in, 444.
-, church of St. Leonard in, 215.
-,-, St. Mary Redcliff. See Redcliff.
-,-, St. Werburgh, Wareburga, in, 215.
-, hospital of St. John in, 1, 2, 160.
-,-, master of, 2, 72.
-,-, master and brethren of, 1.
-,-, seal of, 2.
-, hospital of St Mark, Billeswick, 114, 153, 185, 186, 188, 189, 205, 385.
-,-, master of, 153, 188, 205, 385, 402.
-,-, master and brethren of, 402.
-,-, lands of by the seaside, 185, 205.
-, juxta pisam in, 444.

Bristol, Bristoll, Bristollia:
-, Christina de, 162.
-, David de. vicar of Wells, 37.
-, G. de, 83.
-, Luke de, vicar of Wells, 98.
-, Peter de, 131.
-,-, the clerk of, Peter son of, 1, 2.
-, Philip de, vicar of Wells, 548.
-, Simon de, chancellor of Wells, 240, 241, 448, 538, 545, 546.
-,-, called le Botiller, 539.
-, William de, 361.

Britel, Britell, Alice, 327, 328.

Britford, John de, vicar of Salisbury, 140.

Brito, Briton, Britto, de Britton. See Breton.

Briuton, Briutun. See Bruton.

Briwer, Briwere, Briwerr, Bruer, Bruwerre, Buere:
-, Robert, 42.
-, William, 7, 48, 61, 306, 311, 485, 489, 528.
-,-, the younger, 41, 479.
-,-, bishop of Exeter, 309, 310, 489.

Briwes. Briewes:
-, John de, 46.
-,-, justice, 364.
-, Robert de, 493.

Briweton, Briwton. See Bruton.

Brixi Ceolsigsunu, 434.

Brocas, Brocaz, Brokas, Brokays:
-, Arnold, canon of Wells, 283.
-,-, prebendary of St. Decumans, 269, 282.
-, Bernard, canon of Wells, 550.
-,-, prebendary of St. Decumans, 269, 550, 551.
-, William, 499.

Broch. See Broke.

Brocht', Jordan de, 493.

Brocton, Gerard de, 48.

Broford, 355.

Broggelesnole. See Buckcthole.

Brogniero, John de, cardinal bishop of Ostia, papal vicechancellor, 396.

Brok. See Broke.

Brokas, Brokays. See Brocas.

Broke, Broch, Brok:
-, Emma de la, 139.
-, Ernald de, 493.
-, John, precentor of Bath, 266.
-, Lawrence de le, 487.
-, Ralph atte, 156.
-, Robert, 294.
-, Thomas, 300, 326, 327.
-, Walter atte, 156.

Brokhampton, John, 294.

Brokman, John, vicar of Huish Episcopi, 381.

Bromfeld, John de, 362.

Bromfelde. See Broomfield.

Bromley (in Winsham ?), Brumleg, 33, 534.

Brompton, Kings, Brumpton, church of, 110.

Broomfield, Bromfelde, Bronfeld, Brumfeld, Brunfeld, church of, 25, 27, 149, 203, 307, 309, 435, 533.

Broun. See Brown.

Brounesmyth, Maud, 331.

Brounyng, John, vicar of Wedmore, 265.

Brown, Bren, Broun, Browne, Brun, Brunus:
-, Alice, 340.
-, John, 291, 377, 500, 504.
-, Richard (le), 104, 139, 351, 352, 368.
-,-, Emma, wife of, 351, 352.
-, Robert (le), 352, 353.
-,-, Christina, wife of, 352, 353.
-, Thomas, of Wells, after of Yatton, 464.
-,-, Alice, wife of, 464.
-, W., 196.
-, Walter, (canon ?) of Wells, 98.
-,-, subdean of Wells, 217.
-, William, 139.

Brudenell, Robert, chief justice of the Common Pleas, 392.

Brudeport. See. Brideport.

Bruer. See Briwer.

Bruer, Bruera, Brueria, Bruers:
-, Daniel de, 69.
-, Gilbert de, canon of Wells, 174.
-, Ralph, canon of Wells, 378.
-, William, rector of Keinton Mandeville, 488, 489.

Brueton, Bruetone. See Bruton.

Bruges, Brug', Burges':
-, Andrew de, 175.
-, Jenkin de, 131.
-, Walter de, 312.
-, William de, 73, 164.
-,-, vicar of Wells, 92, 96, 453. Compare Brigg.

Bruges. See Bridgwater.

Brugge. See Brigg.

Brugwauter. See Bridgwater.

Brumfeld. See Broomfield.

Brumleg. See Bromley.

Brumpton. See Brompton.

Brun. See Brown.

Brunfeld. See Broomfield.

Brunmor, Brunmore, John de, 61.

Brunus. See Brown.

Brus, Robert du, lord of Annandale, 313.

Brusshford. William, 425.

Brut. See Breton.

Brutenesworthy. See Brightenesworthy.

Bruton, Breutona, Briuton, Briutun, Briweton, Briwton, Bruweton, Bryuton, Bryweton:
-, church of, 25, 436.
-, priory of the order of St. Augustine, prior of, 19, 23, 27, 36, 40, 42, 53, 56, 57, 459, 460, 487.
-,-, subprior of, 56.
-,-, prior and convent of, 53, 150, 164, 307, 377, 397.
-,-, canons of, 27, 52, 534.

Bruton, Briuton, Brueton, Bruetone, Bruyton, Brwton, Bryuton, Bryutone, Brywtone:
-, John de, 211.
-,-, canon of Wells, 114, 155, 173, 175, 187, 195, 207, 221, 222, 235, 390, 542.
-,-, treasurer of Wells, 190, 191.
-,-, chancellor of Canterbury, 190.
-,-, prior of Glastonbury, 227.
-, Richard, canon of Wells, 304, 357.
-,-, chancellor of Wells, 441.
-, Simon de, 388.
-, William de, 189.

Bruwerre. See Briwer.

Bruweton, Bruyton, Brwton. See Bruton.

Bryan. . . ., 219.

Bryan. John, vicar of Wincanton, 394.

Brydeport. See Brideport.

Brygge. See Brigg.

Brykebek. See Brikbek.

Brynkole, Richard, examiner of the court of Arches, 384.

Brysele. See Brisley.

Bryuton, Bryutone Bryweton, Brywtone. See Bruton.

Bubbe. Thomas, 501.

Bubwith, Bubbewyth:
-, Nicholas, bishop of Bath and Wells, 382, 405, 424, 454, 460, 466, 467, 469, 470.
-,-, burial place of, 460.
-,-, executors of, 458, 460, 508, 509.
-,-, chantries of, 459, 460, 467, 509.
-,-, obit of, 459, 467.

Bucard:
-, Iterius, 42.
-,-, canon of Wells, 25, 192, 490.
-,-, prebendary of Henstridge, 490.
-,-, farmer of the canons' grange, 192.
-,-, nephew of, 490.
-,-, obit of. 163.

Bucel, Bucell'. See Buscel.

Buche, Bouche (Bouth), Buch, Bucke:
-, Elias, citizen of Salisbury, 140.
-, Mabel, [ ] son of, 131.
-, Osbert, 401.
-, Robert, 166, 375.
-,-, burgess of Wells, 509, 511.
-, Stephen, 202.
-, William, 5, 29, 77, 105, 133, 150, 202, 308, 401, 402, 497, 527.
-,-, of Wells, obit of, 201.
-,-, Alice, wife of, obit of, 5, 148, 201.

Bucherell. See Bukerel.

Buchet', William de, 7.

Bucke. See Buche.

Buckethole, Boggedehole (Broggelesnole), 355.

Buckingham, archdeacon of, 72, 110, 367, 477.

Buckland (?), Bocland, church of, 431.

Buckland in Durston, (Buckland Sororum, Minchin Buckland), Bocland, Boclanda, Bokelond:
-, hospital of, master of. 45.
-,-, prior of, 42, 432.
-,-, brethren of, 45.
-,-, sisters of, 389.

Buckland, Bocland, Boclaund, Boclaunde, Bukland:
-, John de, 383.
-, Thomas de, 355.
-, William de, precentor of Wells, 232.

Buckland Abbas, or Buckland Newton [Dorset], Abbots Bokeland, Bocland, Boclaund, Boclonde, Bokeland, Bokelande, Bokelond. Bokland:
-, advowson of, 167, 168, 311, 360, 405, 438, 460, 466, 469, 470, 472, 494.
-, church of, 460, 468.
-, patron of. 460, 466.
-,-, rector of, 103, 323, 401, 460, 470.
-, Glastonbury manor in, 103, 167, 311, 323, 437.
-, vicar of 103, 323.
-, vicarage of, 323, 405, 460, 466, 470.

Buckland Denham Bocland, Boclonda, Bokeland, Bokelanda, Bokelande, Bokland, Boklaund:
-, manor of, 69.
-, church of, 161, 308, 435, 534.
-,-, a prebend of Wells, 25, 69, 130, 255, 436.
-, prebendary of, 130, 161, 283.
-, advowson of, 69.
-, vicarage of, 130.
-, tithe of, 69.

Buckland Newton. See Buckland Abbas.

Buckland Sororum. See Buckland in Durston.

Buckland, West, in Wellington, Bochelanda, Bocland, Boclaunde, Bokeland, 99, 429, 439, 450.
-, church or chapel of St. Mary at, 243, 244.
-, vicarage of, 389.

Buckley Wood, Bokele, in East Harptree, 161.

Budde, John, 267.

Buddecle, Budekelegh, Budekleya. See Butleigh.

Budiford, Adam de, 444.

Bueli (in Nether Stowey ?), 432.

Bnere. See Briwer.

Bugeden, Buggeden:
-, Amauricus de. 471.
-, Simon de, 431.

Bughelegh. Bogelegh, Bogle, Bogleygh:
-, John de. 174, 194.
-,-, vicar of Wells, 208, 231.

Bugley in Warminster [Wilts], Buggelegh, Bughelegh, 131, 365.

Bukerel, Bokerel, Bucherell:
-, Andrew, mayor of London, 475.
-, Geoffrey, 55.
-, John, 427.

Bukland. See Buckland.

Bulemer. See Bolemer.

Bulenn. See Boleyn.

Buler, Edmund, vicar of Wells, 226.

Bulgonescroiz on Quantock, 184.

Bullesdon. See Bollisdon.

Bulzun. See Bozun.

Bundi, 428.

Bunewell, R. de, 478.

Burci. Burcy:
-, Thurston de, 511, 512.
-, William de, 493.

Burcot, Burcotan, 429, 477.

Bureford. See Burford.

Bureton, Richard de, 319.
-, Compare Bruton, Burton.

Burford, Boreford, Bureford:
-, John de, 428.
-,-, vicar of Burnham, 390. of Wells, 157, 192.
-, William de, 156.
-,-, chaplain of Palton, 97.

Burges, Borgeis, Burgeys:
-, Edwy, 353.
-, Roger, 202.
-,-, William father of, 202.

Burges. See Bruges.

Burgh, Bergh, Bourgh, Burghe, Burgo:
-, Bartholomew de, 210.
-, Edward de la, 316.
-, Geoffrey de, bishop of Ely, 489.
-, Gilot atte, 411.
-, Hubert de, earl of Kent, 305, 310, 438.
-,-, justice of England, 16, 305, 445.
-, Hugh de la, 316.
-, Peter de la, 171.
-, Richard atte, 352.
-,-, Maud, wife of, 352.
-, Thomas de, 419.
-, W. de, clerk to the bishop of Durham, 365.
-,-, Compare Bargh, Bergh.

Burghclere [Hants], Bowroler, rector of, 258.

Burghe. See Burgh.

Burghersh, Burwash, Henry de, bishop of Lincoln, 213.

Burghes. See Berrow.

Burghyate, Richard atte, 349.

Burgo. See Burgh.

Burgoyne, Burguing', Burgundicnsis:
-, Hugh, vicar of Gosberton, 401.
-, Michael, 20.
-, Thomas, 426.

Burhelm, thegn of King Eadred, 450.

Burleghs. See Bourlegh.

Burlescombe [Devon]. See Leigh (Canon).

Burne. See Bourne.

Burneham. See Burnham.

Burnel, Burnell:
-, Nicholas, 155.
-, Reginald, vicar of Wells, 162.
-, Robert, canon of Wells, 113.
-,-, archdeacon of York, 110.
-,-, bishop of Bath and Wells, 34, 61, 111–114, 146–148, 151, 152, 166–168, 204, 205, 237, 306, 313, 404, 426, 434, 472, 485, 492, 521, 532. election of, 111, 113, 529. vicar general of, 384. death of, 529. executors of, 204. chantry of, 204. obit of. 204.
-,-, vicar of Wells, 157, 161, 162.
-, Walter canon of Wells, 111, 114, 152.
-,-, vicar of Wells, 148, 192.
-, William, canon of Wells, 34.
-,-, provost of Wells, 363.
-,-, dean of Wells, 108, 149, 153, 162, 192, 529, 530, 536. See Holcumbe Burnell.

Burnham, Bornham, Burneham, 47, 229, 234.
-, manor of, 229, 454.
-, lady of, 47.
-, church of St. Andrew at, 169, 204, 234, 405, 458, 540, 542, 547.
-,-, farm of, 276, 293.
-,-, chantrics in, 542.
-, parsonage, rental of, 328.
-, patronage of, 204, 234, 404, 405.
-, rector of, 62, 156, 157, 234.
-,-, payments by, 62, 156, 157, 164, 179, 185, 188, 208, 209, 219.
-, vicar of, 268, 390.
-, vicarage, 390.
-,-, advowson of, 276. See Cripsenestouke, Halferthyngmere, Huish.

Burnham, Matthew de, 451.

Burny, John, bachelor of decrees, 382.

Burrow, æam Beorge, 429. Compare Borowe.

Burton, Burtone:
-, John de, 408, 412, 422.
-,-, rector of Tellisford, 551.
-, Walter de, 230. Compare Bureton.

Burwash. See Burghersh.

Burwere, fishery of, 87.

Bury in Whitchurch [Dorset], 523.

Bury Burys:
-, John de, 259.
-, Richard de, dean of Wells, 232, 233, 235, 543.
-,-, bishop of Durham, 233, 235. Compare Bery.

Bury St. Edmunds [Suff.], abbey of St. Edmund at, abbot of, 310.

Buscel, Boscel, Bucel, Bucell', Busscel, Bussel, Bussell:
-, Richard, 19, 62, 315, 352, 353, 413, 417, 418.
-,-, Agnes, wife of, 413.
-,-, Adam, William, Richard, sons of, 413, 417, 418.
-, William, 62, 315, 320, 321, 352, 412, 414, 422, 479.
-,-, bailiff of North Curry, 318.
-,-, Agnes, wife of, 412.

Bustelesham. See Bisham.

Busun. See. Bozun.

Buteler. See Butler.

Butlegh. See Butleygh.

Butleigh, Boddeclegh, Bodeclya Buddecle, Budekelegh, Budekleya:
-, church of, 26, 296, 393, 399, 472.
-,-, patrons of, 399.
-, vicarage of, 399.

Butleirs. See Butleygh.

Butler, the king's, 176.

Butler, Botiller (de), Buteler (de) de Buttiller:
-, Hardyng the, 428.
-, Hugh the, 493.
-, John, 260, 354, 490.
-, Robert le, 139.
-, Roger the, 402.
-, Serlo the, 9, 22, 25, 42–44, 68.
-, Simon le. rector of Barton, Lincoln diocese, 542. See Bristol.
-, Wigod the, 428.
-, William (le). 131, 132, 450.

Butleygh, Bodekeleye, Bottele, Botteleye, Butlegh, Butleirs, Buttelegh, Butteleigh, Butteleygh, Buttleigh. Buttleygh:
-, Adam de, monk of Glastonbury 310.
-, Gregory, canon of Wells, 295–300, 302–304, 377.

Buton. See Button.

Butte, la, in Whitchurch [Dorset], 524.

Butte, Durand de, 524.
-, Godelina de, 524.
-, Roger de, 524.

Buttelegh, Butteleigh, Butteleygh. See Butleygh.

Buttiller. See Butler.

Buttleigh. Buttleygh. See Butleygh.

Button, Buton, Butthon, Buttone, Buttun:
-, Adam de, 100, 110, 472.
-, John de, 160.
-,-, the elder, 86.
-,-, germanus of dean Thomas, 165.
-,-, brother of bishop William I, 23, 86, 133.
-,-, uncle of Bishop William II, 23, 110, 393.
-,-, prebendary of St. Decumans, 86.
-,-, provost of Combe, 108, 110, 129, 136. of Wells, 23, 61, 140, 142, 144, 145, 165, 376, 481. executors of, 23, 110, 376. chantries of, 23, 303, 376, 377, 393, 443, 482. obit of, 28.
-,-, canon of Wells, 5, 72, 75, 80, 81, 85, 89, 142, 455.
-,-, archdeacon (?), 79.
-,-, rector of Ashbury, 140.
-,-, Nicholas de, treasurer of Wells, 109, 165, 445, 531. rector of Martock, 451.
-,-, called Nicholas son of Nicholas, 109, 148, 446, 451, 452.
-, Philip de, 81, 105, 108, 110, 111, 143, 315, 450, 451.
-, Ralph de, vicar of Wells, 202.
-, Richard de, chaplain of the archdeacon of Wells, 93.
-,-, canon of Wells, 5.
-,-, precentor of Wells, 148, 531.
-,-, executors of, 114.
-,-, obit of, 114, 163.
-,-, vicar of Wells, 84, 92.
-, Thomas de, brother of bishop William II, 110, 393.
-,-, nephew (germanus ) of the provost, 165.
-,-, archdeacon of Wells, 34, 71, 109, 113, 379, 380, 393, 481.
-,-, canon of Wells, 104.
-,-, precentor of Wells, 109.
-,-, resignation of, 104.
-,-, dean of Wells, 2, 151, 164, 165, 237, 450, 468, 536.
-,-, bishop of Exeter, 164, 165.
-,-, chantry and obit of, 165.
-, William de, 481.
-,-, I, uncle of bishop William II, 110, 132, 393, 411.
-,-, official of bishop Joscelin, 524.
-,-, archdeacon of Wells, 70, 74, 75, 77, 80, 90, 93, 94, 97, 120–125, 128, 358, 364, 453, 454, 492, 526.
-,-, subdean, 11, 37, 58, 70, 402.
-,-, bishop of Bath, 257, 308, 310, 411, 455, 458, 462, 476, 478, 492, 531. of Bath and Wells, 1, 2, 5, 23, 62, 81, 83, 84, 90, 99, 100, 112, 127, 132–134, 136–141, 143–145, 147, 152, 169, 318, 360, 399, 400, 433, 437. election of, 72.
-,-, death and burial of, 101, 102, 376.
-,-, chantry of, 376, 393, 443. in Wells hospital, 531.
-,-, obit of, 376.
-, William II, canon of Wells, 103, 323.
-,-, rector of Buckland Abbas, 103, 323.
-,-, collated to Congresbury, 132, 134, 455.
-,-, archdeacon of Wells, 102, 308.
-,-, bishop of Bath and Wells, 23, 104–110, 152, 255, 309, 336, 376, 401, 446, 449, 452, 458, 462, 476, 530.
-,-, death of, 111, 113.
-,-, will of, 379.
-,-, executors of, 70, 71, 379.
-,-, chantry of, 70, 71, 393, 443, 482.
-,-, obit of, 70, 71, 379.

Buxty, Thomas, 500.

Buzum, Buzun. See Bozun.

Bydesham. See Biddisham.

Byerd. See Birdde.

Bygot:
-, Roger, earl of Norfolk, marshal of England, 256.
-,-, and Suffolk, marshal of England, 257.
-, England, 257.

Byham, Biham:
-, Gilbert de, canon of Wells 72, 85, 86, 89.
-,-, precentor of Wells, 141, 531.

Bykefaud, John de, 354.

Bykenalre, Byknaller, Byknalre. See Bicknoller.

Bykonell. See Bikenhull.

Byleswyke, Bylleswyk. See Bristol.

Byndinellis. See Bandinelli.

Bynetheweie, Nicholas, 156.

Byngham See Bingham.

Bynteworth, Bynteworthe:
-, Richard de, canon of Wells, 548.
-,-, prebendary of Shalford, 548.
-,-, bishop of London. 496.
-,-, chancellor of England, 496.

Byrd. See Birdde.

Bysshoppescompton. See Compton (Berks).

Bytheweye, John, 338.

Bythewode. William, 369. See Wode, atte.

C

Caam, Cadamo, Cam, Kaam, Kam:
-, Richard de, le, 316, 320, 354, 422.
-,-, of county Norfolk, 353.
-, Walter (de), 317, 351–355, 413, 420, 421, 434.
-,-, lord of Knap, 355, 422. See Norfole. Compare Cam, Camme.

Cabbus, Hamon, 19.

Cadamo. See Caam.

Cadbury, Cadebury, 419.

Cadbury in Wookey, Cageber', 142.

Caddell' William, 507.

Cade, Kede:
-, Ivo, 29.
-,-, reeve of Wells, 36. Compare Code.

Cadebury. See Cadbury.

Cadelesford, John de, 156.

Caermarthen [South Wales], Kermerdyn, 407.

Cageber'. See Cadbury.

Caileway. See Kaileway.

Calebat, Henry, 205.

Calenge (?), 250.

Calewe, Robert de, 184.

Calf, William, 357.

Calla, W. de, 525.

Calne, (Kabie):
-, Walter de. monk of Glastonbury, 310.
-, William de, 525.

Calthorpe. See Suthfeld.

Calveston. See Kelston.

Calvus, Walter, 53. Compare Balde.

Cam, or Caux (?):
-, John, 514, 515, 517, 518, 520.
-, Walter, 515, 518. See Caam, Camme.

Camel, Camell, Cammel:
-, John de, 225.
-, Walter de, 166.
-, William (de), 271, 380, 549.
-,-, notary public, 245, 540–542, 547.
-,-, canon of Wells, 263.
-,-, prebendary of Combe quinta, 263. of Wedmore quinta, 263. of Wormestorre (?), 297.
-,-, subdean of Wells, 262, 263, 456.
-,-, refuses the deanery, 264.
-,-, rector of Pucklechurch, 263.
-,-, precentor of Wells, 258, 268, 270–275, 281–284, 287, 291–293, 295, 297, 409. burial place of, 270.
-,-, rector of Yeovilton, 549.
-,-, vicar of Wells, 258.

Camel, Queen, Cammell, 388.
-, church of, 387.
-, vicar of, 387, 388.
-, king's park in, 388.

Camel, West, Westcamell, Westcammel:
-, manor of, 459.
-, rector of, 387, 549.

Camelar river, 440.

Camelarton, Camelerton, Camelertun. See Camerton.

Cameley, Cameleia, 440.

Camell. See Camel.

Camera:
-, Herbert, de, 432.
-, Osbert de, 21.
-, Richard de, 432.
-, Robert de, canon of Wells, 135.
-,-, succentor of Wells, 29, 70.
-, William de, 78, 79, 487, 526.
-,-, canon of Wells, 258. Compare Chamberlain, Chambre.

Cameria, William de, 476.

Camerton, Camelarton, Camelerton, Camelertun, Kamelarton, 167, 168, 311, 360, 437, 472, 494.
-, church of, 167, 296, 311, 438.
-, advowson of, 167, 311, 360, 438, 494.

Camery. See Wells.

Camme:
-, Gilbert de, 444.
-, Reginald de. 444. Compare Cam.

Cammel, Cammell. See Camel.

Campo Florido, Florum. See Champflower.

Camvill, Camvilla, Canvill, Chanuill':
-, Eustachia de, 21.
-, Hugh de, 21, 22.
-, Richard de, 20–22, 25, 308.
-,-, Gerard, son of, 21.
-, William de, 21, 22.

Cancy (?). See Caucy.

Candos, Chandos, Maud de, 40, 41, 309, 432.

Caninton, Jordan de, 41.

Caninton. See Cannington.

Canning, Kanning, Richard de, the younger, monk of Bath, 92.

Cannington, Caninton, Canyngton, 517.
-, hundred of, 506, 508, 512, 514.
-, nunnery at, 432.

Canon, Canoun, Canun:
-, Adam, 81, 104, 106, 111, 158, 401, 402, 468, 510.
-, John, 350.
-, Philip, 315.
-, Ralph, canon of Wells, 469.
-,-, rector of Wootton Courtney, 408.

Canon Leigh. See Leigh.

Canonization, proposal for, 211–214.

Canons of the church, 182, 200, 212, 224, 240, 251, 289, 540.

Canons: See Bristol, Chichester, Exeter, Lincoln, London, Poitiers, Salisbury, Tournay, Wells, York. See also Barlynch, Bruton, Keynsham, Leigh, Moreton, St. Barbara, South wark, Stavordale, Taunton, Woodspring.

Canoun. See Canon.

Cantebreg, Peter de, 10.

Canteleo, Cantilupe, Cantilupo, Cantlowe, Cauntel', Caunteloo, Cauntilo, Cauntlowe:
-, Fulk de, 7.
-, John (de), 478.
-,-, prior of Bath, 456, 482.
-, Philip de, 320, 412.
-, Robert, rector of Winford, 292, 394.
-, Walter de, bishop of Worcester, 257, 309, 310, 437.
-, William de, 7. See Chilton.

Canterbury [Kent], 6, 7, 14, 309, 426.
-, province of, 120, 245, 268, 538.
-,-, clergy of, 428, 459.
-,-, convocation of, 179, 182, 197, 215, 274, 278, 285, 287. summons to, 285. proxies to, 274, 278, 285, 287. Compare Council, Synod.
-,-, suffragans of, See Bishops.
-, see of, vacancies in, 63, 64, 117.
-, archbishop of, 62, 90, 115, 116, 118, 124, 130, 132, 133, 135, 210, 216, 288, 459, 538. See Dunstan, Stigand, Lanfranc, Anselm, Curbellio, Theobald, Richard, Baldwin, Walter, Langton, Abingdon, Savoy, Kilwardby, Peckham, Winchelsey, Reynolds, Mepham, Stratford, Islip, Wittlesey, Sudbury, Courtenay. See also Dover.
-,-, court of, 171, 172, 178, 191, 193, 233, 236, 249, 276, 384, 403, 546, 551. See Arches.
-, commissaries of, 217, 459.
-, household of, 190.
-, jurisdiction of, 439.
-, official of, See Official.
-, prerogative dignity of, 190.
-, seal of, 173.
-, vicar general of, 266.
-, visitations of. See Visitations.
-, archdeacon of, 21, 118, 353, 489.
-, chancellor of, 190, 442.
-, abbey of St. Augustine at, 433.
-, priory of Christ Church at, 165.
-,-, prior and convent of, 75.
-, of Holy Trinity, prior of, 310.

Canthoo, Walter de, 514.

Cantia. See Kent.

Cantilupe, Cantilupo, Cantlowe. See Canteleo.

Cantok. See Quantock.

Cantuar', Robert de, 199.

Canun. See Canon.

Canutus, Knuth (Knihpt):
-, John, 201.
-, Peter, 35, 37, 201.
-,-, William son of, 201.
-, Reginald, 257.
-,-, Compare Cnyot, Kneyth.

Canvill. See Camvill.

Canyngton. See Cannington.

Capella:
-, Henry de, 305.
-, Nicholas de, archdeacon of Salisbury, 4. See Chapele, Chapeleyn.

Capenall', Osbert de, 421.

Capun, Gervase, 19.

Carampton, Caramptone. See Carhampton.

Carcassonne [France], diocese of 236.

Cardevill, Cardevile, Cardunvill, Kardunvilla:
-, John de, 28, 201, 202.
-,-, John, son of, 28, 29, 527.
-,-, Lucy, daughter of, 28, 29.
-,-, Mirabel, daughter of, 28, 29, 202, 527. Compare Carvyle.

Cardigan, Kardigan, William, 142.

Cardinals, 89, 109, 127, 211, 214.

Cardinal bishops of:
-, Ostia. See Allucingoli, Brogniero.
-, Sabina. See Gregory, William, Wittelsbach.
-, Tusculum. See Hymarus, Nicholas.

Cardinal priests of:
-, Holy Cross in Jerusalem. See Arduin, Hubald.
-, St. Anastasia. See Pizzuti.
-, St. Balbina. See Kemp.
-, St. Cecilia. See Octavian, Papareschi.
-, St. Chrysogon. See Langton, Peter.
-, St. Ciriac. See Testa.
-, St. Eusebius. See Beaufort.
-, St. John and St. Paul, Pammachius. See John, Sutri.
-, St. Lawrence in Lucina. See Morra.
-, St. Marcellinus and St. Peter. See Euse.
-, St. Marcellus. See Julius.
-, St. Mark. See Bandinelli, Conti.
-, St. Nereus and St. Achilles. See Henry.
-, St. Praxed. See Colonna, John.
-, St. Prisca. See Arnald.
-, St. Sabina. See Manfred, William (archbishop).
-, St. Sixtus. See Langham.
-, St. Stephen on the Celian hill. See Gerard.
-, St. Susanna. See Bono.
-, St. Vitalis, Vestina. See Theoduin.

Cardinal deacons of:
-, St. Adrian. See Fieschi, Morra.
-, St. Angelo. See Annibaldi, Bonadies, John, Leon.
-, St. Cosmas and St. Damian. See Gratian.
-, St. Eustace. See Fieschi.
-, St. George in Velabro. See Odo, Rainer, Tomacelli.
-, St. Lucy in septa solis. See Rodolph.
-, St. Mary in Cosmidyn. See James, Ursins.
-,-, in porticu. See Guy, Laborans.
-,-, in Via Lata. See Fieschi, John. Ubaldini.
-,-, New. See Matthew.
-, St. Nicholas in carcere Tulliano. See Bernard, Odo, Otto.
-, St. Theodore. See Rivoltella. See also the above titles.

Cardinan, Robert de, justice, 364.

Cardunvill. See Cardevill.

Caremardyn. See Carmardyn.

Carent, Nicholas, dean of Wells, 434, 455, 458, 461, 464–466.

Caretot, John de, 525.

Carevill. See Carvyle.

Carey, (Barry,) Cari, Cary, Kari, Kary:
-, Geoffrey de, 23.
-, Henry de, vicar of Locking, 480, 483.
-, Hugh, 505, 508, 509.
-, Robert de (Barry), lord of Lovington, 41, 149, 169, 306. See Lovyngton. See also Castle Cary.

Carhampton, Carampton, Caramptone, Carmeton, Karempton, Karenton, Karentun, Kareton, 495.
-, lady of, 495.
-, church or churches of 149, 203, 306, 309, 533.
-,-, a prebend of Wells, 25, 40.
-,-, given to Bath abbey, 25.
-, prebendary of, 40.
-, parsons of, 25.
-, patron of, 149.

Cari. See Carey.

Carivile. See Carvyle.

Carleton, Carletone, Carlton, Charleton:
-, Adam de, 369.
-, Henry de. canon of Wells, 240, 542, 543.
-, John de, 232, 239, 443, 546, 550.
-,-, doctor of civil law, 245.
-,-, notary public, 545.
-,-, official and commissary of bishop Ralph, 540, 544, 545, 547–549.
-,-, canon of Wells, 240, 243, 535, 545, 546.
-,-, dean of Wells, 262, 263, 379, 411, 414, 419.
-,-, chamberlain of, 550.
-,-, death of, 263, 265, 268.
-, Ralph de, chantry priest, 267, 269.
-, Richard de, 425.
-,-, canon of Wells, 262, 264, 271–276, 281–283, 287, 291, 293.

Carlisle, bishop of. See Mauclerk, Everdon.

Carlton. See Carleton.

Carmardyn, Caremardyn, Robert de, 361.

Carmeton. See Carhampton.

Carmynowe, Thomas, 504.

Carpenter:
-, Geoffrey the, Alice daughter of, 86.
-, John the, 379.
-, Nicholas the, 491.
-, Richard the, 333, 345.

Carpetree. See Harpetre.

Carreu:
-, John de, William son of, 454.
-, Nicholas de, the elder, 454.
-,-, Nicholas son of, 454.

Carsbrok. See Casbrok.

Carscliff in Cheddar, Carsclyve, Cassecleff, 500, 503.

Carswell, Carswell acre. See Wells field, Wells localities.

Carswell alias Craswell, Crassale:
-, Robert (de), 546.
-,-, canon of Wells, 278.
-,-, prebendary of Wiveliscombe. 278.

Carthusians:
-, prior of the order, 479.
-, priors and brethren, 479.

Carvyle, Carevill, Carivill, Karevill:
-, Henry de, 495.
-, John de, 354.
-, Richard de, 41.
-, Roger, 259.
-,-, Compare Cardevill.

Cary. See Carey, Castle Cary.

Casbrok, Carsbrok, Thomas, 323, 425.

Case ham in Whitchurch [Dorset], Casihamme, 525.

Case lea in Whitchurch [Dorset], Casilia, 523.

Cassecleff. See Carscliff.

Castell', Bartholomew de, canon of Wells, 34.
-, (Castilion) Henry de, archdeacon of Canterbury, 489.

Castle:
-, Ralph atte, 349.
-, Walter atte, 350.

Castle Cary, Kari, deanery, chapter of, 42.

Castreford, Robert de, 25.

Castroveteri, Rayner de, vice-chancellor of Rome, 437.

Cat, Walter le, Lucy wife of, 512.

Cateby, John, examiner of the court of Arches, 384.

Cathanger in Fivehead, Cathangre, 321.

Cathedraticum, 38, 49, 398.

Caticote, Walter de, vicar of Wells, 142.

Cattle. See Drift, Oxen, Seisin.

Cauc. See Cauz.

Caucy, (Cancy ?), Cauce, Caucey, Cauci, Causey:
-, Hugh, 327, 352, 353, 410, 413, 421, 425, 469.
-,-, of North Curry, 272, 273, 325, 475.
-, Walter, 224, 410, 411, 422, 461.

Caunteloo, Cauntilo, Cauntlowe. See Canteleo.

Cauntok (Lantoke), Walter de, 354.

Cause money (?), 269.

Causey. See Caucy.

Cauuel. See Chauuel.

Caux. See Cam.

Cauz, Cauc, Kauz, Geoffrey de, 17, 438.

Cavailhon [France], bishop of, 236.

Cawete, Gilbert, 18.

Caxton, Jeremy de, 487.

Caygnes, Richard, vicar of Marston Magna, 388.

Cedder. See Chard.

Ceddra, Ceddre. See Cheddar, Chedder.

Cedena, Robert de, 493.

Cedre. See Cheddar.

Celestine III, pope, 40.

Celicotan. See Chilcot.

Censure, ecclesiastical, 70, 123, 181, 185, 266, 396, 436, 439.

Ceoddor. See Cheddar.

Ceolfestun. See Chilson.

Ceolsig, Brixi son of, 434.

Cerda, Cerde, Cerdra, Cerdren. See Chard, Cherde.

Cerne:
-, Henry de, 314.
-,-, steward of bishop Roger, 79.
-, Randolph de, 79.

Cerne. See Char.

Cernemue, Cernemuth. See Charmouth.

Cesterbled. See Chesterblade.

Cestria. See Chestre.

Chabaum, Thomas de, subdean of Salisbury, 526.

Chabbeham, Peter de, 42.

Chacepork, Peter, 91.

Chaffcombe, Chaffecumbe, parson of, 46.

Chageford, Chaggeford:
-, Hugh de, 41.
-, Jordan de, 46.

Chalcomb [Oxon], Chaucumb, Chauoumbe, prior of, 124, 125.

Chaldecote, Challecote, Chelcote, Choldecote:
-, Geoffrey de, 512.
-, Walter de, 512, 514, 515.

Chaloner, Thomas, 259.

Chaluecroft. See Wells localities.

Chamannescombe:
-, Simon de, 349.
-,-, Simon, son of, 349.

Chamberlain:
-, the king's. See A., Godfrey (son of), Mauduit, Vere.
-, the pope's, 130, 437.
-, of London, 462.
-, of Scotland, 313. See also Exchequer.

Chamberlain, Chamberleng, Chamberleyn, Chamerlayn:
-, A. the, 15.
-, Alard the, 43.
-, Andrew the, 527.
-, Engelard the, 421.
-,-, William, nephew of, 421.
-, John (the), 260, 471.
-, Ralph son of Stephen the, 15, 21, 353.
-, Richard the, 9, 19, 22, 42–45, 52, 68, 123, 491.
-, Stephen the, 77, 471, 486, 487, 522.
-, Thomas le, 315.
-, W. the, 138.
-, Walter the, 10–12, 29, 36, 50, 72, 201, 202, 402, 477, 496, 627.
-,-, of Wells, 501.
-,-, obit of, 132, 139, 143.
-,-, widow of, 132.
-, William. See Wrth.
-, Winsi the, 428.
-,-, Compare de camera, atte Chambre.

Chambre, Chambere, Chambor, Chambure, Chaumbor, Chaumbre, Chomber:
-, John (atte), 411, 425, 427.
-,-, the elder, John son of, 267.
-, Richard (atte), 334.
-,-, the elder 425.
-,-, the younger, 425.
-, Robert de la, 333.
-, William, 267.
-,-, canon of Wells, 281, 292, 293, 295–300.
-,-, prebendary of Ashill, 283.

Chamerlayn. See Chamberlain.

Champflower, Campo Florido, Campo Florum, Chanflur, Chapflor', Chaunflur:
-, Henry de, 48, 145, 400.
-, John de, 445, 478.
-, Walter de, 133.

Chancellor:
-, of England. See Longchamp, Ruffus, Becket, Marisco, Grey, Neville, Baldok, Bynteworth.
-, of John count of Mortain, 7.
-, of Rome. See Pope. See Canterbury Exeter, Lincoln, London, Noyon, Oxford, Paris, Salisbury, Wells.

Chancellor:
-, Richard son of the, Randolph son of, 42.
-, Roger nephew of the, vicar of Wells, 82.

Chancery:
-, at Westminster, 260.
-, demands made by, 538.
-, proceedings in, 260–262.
-, records in, 260, 262.

Chandos, Chaundos, William, 453, 456. See Candos.

Chanflur. See Champflower.

Channel (?). See Chauuel.

Chantries:
-, at the altar of holy rood in Wells cathedral, 267.
-, Axebrigge's in Wells cathedral, 72, 152, 377.
-, Bamfeld's in Wells cathedral, 107, 108, 377, 449. See Whethamstede's.
-, Batheaston, at Bath, 140.
-, bishop Bekinton's in Wells cathedral, 467.
-, Bockyng's in Wells cathedral, 277.
-, Brideport's in Wells Lady chapel, 105, 300, 378.
-, bishop Bubwith's in Bath abbey, 467, 468.
-,-, at Muchelney abbey, 459.
-,-, in Wells cathedral, 460, 509.
-, Burnel's in Wells cathedral, 204.
-, in Burnham church, 542.
-, Button's in Wells hospital, 531.
-,-, in Wells Lady chapel, 23, 70, 71, 165, 303, 376, 377, 393, 443, 482.
-, Cheddre's at Cheddar, 292, 300.
-, dean Cicester's in Wells cathedral, 150, 402.
-, Compton's in Wells cathedral, 270.
-, Cormailles' in St. Katherine's chapel Wells, 222, 225, 226.
-, Courtenay's in Exeter cathedral, 294, 295.
-, Drayton's in Wells cathedral, 445.
-, bishop Erghum's in Wells cathedral, 356, 441, 442.
-, dean Godelegh's in Wells cathedral. 218, 220, 221, 269.
-, Guyen's at Stoke St. Gregory, 412.
-, bishop Harewell's in All Saints chapel Wells, 295, 381.
-, Hereford's in Wells cathedral, 153.
-, archdeacon Hill's in Wells cathedral, 380.
-, of the Holy Saviour in Wells cathedral, 456–458, 465.
-, Husee's in Wells cathedral, 61, 206, 274.
-, in Lillisdon chapel, 414, 418–420.
-, Martel's in Wells cathedral, 446, 448.
-, Meysi's in Wells Lady chapel, 105, 378, 450, 451.
-, of Milton 269.
-, bishop Ralph's at Chew, 406.
-,-, in Wells cathedral, 257.
-, Rumenal's in Wells cathedral, 57, 106, 114, 378.
-, in St. John's hospital Wells, 49.
-, St. Mary's at East Coker. 295.
-, of St. Mary's mass in North Curry chapel, 188, 333.
-, archdeacon St. Quintin's in Wells cathedral, 400.
-, in Stavordale priory church, 395.
-, Tessun's in St. Mary Redcliff, 1. archdeacon Wambergh's in Wells cathedral 443, 482.
-, Wareyn's in Wells cathedral, 377.
-, Wellington's in Wells cathedral, 279, 447.
-, Whethamstede's at Bath, 144.
-,-, and Bamfeld's in Wells cathedral, 153.
-, at Whitchurch Canonicorum, 523.
-, Wyncalton's in Wells cathedral, 378.

Chanuill'. See Camvill.

Chapel, private, 523. See Bishop, Oratory.

Chapele, Hugh atte, 486.
-, Compare Capella.

Chapeleyn, Chaperlayn, Chapleyn:
-, John. 250.
-, William, 343, 345.

Chapflor'. See Champflower.

Chapman, Chepman, John le, 505.

Chapmans Lade near Corsley [Wilts], Chepmanneslade, 365.

Char river, Cerne. 525.

Chard, Cerda, Cerde (Cedder), Cerdren, Cherde, 245, 429.
-, assizes at, 184.
-, manor of, 79, 146, 147, 439.
-, court of, 145.
-, burgesses of, 79.
-, church of, 54, 237, 243, 244, 381, 439.
-, jurisdiction over, 244, 301.
-, parson or rector of, 42, 54, 79.
-, vicarage of, 244.
-, mill of, 79. See Laugham.

Chard, South, Sutcherde, 144.

Chardstock [Dorset], Chardstok, 217.

Charing [Kent], Charingges. 266.

Charlcombe, Cherlecumba, 440.
-, (Cherleton ?), 439.

Charleton. See Carleton.

Charley in North Curry, Chereley, 410.
-, Chereleyestathe (?), 410.

Charlinch. See Padnoller.

Charlton Maokrell, Cherleton Makerell, Cherletone Makerel:
-, rector of, 383, 404, 542.
-, vicar of, 404.

Charmouth [Dorset], Cernemue, Cernemuth:
-, lord of, 525.
-, chapel or church of, 523, 525, 526.

Charter, the great, 256, 257.
-, of the forest, 256, 257. See Wells borough.

Charteray, Charteria, Chartreia:
-, Richard de, 493.
-, Robert de, 525.
-, William de, chapel of, 523.

Charterhouse. See Hinton, Sheen, Witham.

Charteria, Chartreia. See Charteray.

Chase, free, in Somerset, 487. See Hounds.

Chauoumb, Chaucumbe. See Chalcomb.

Chaudel, Chaudell, Chawdell:
-, John, 513–515.
-, Robert, 512–514.
-,-, Edith, wife of, 514.

Chaumbor, Chaumbre. See Chambre.

Chaumpeneys, Geoffrey, lord of Wilmington, 472.

Chaundeler:
-, John, bishop of Salisbury, 460, 470.
-,-, registrar and secretary of, 460.

Chaundos. See Chandos.

Chaunflur. See Champflower.

Chauton, Walter de, 482.

Chauuel (Channel ?), Cauuel, Chauuell, Kauuel:
-, John (de), 11, 29, 55, 122.
-,-, canon of Wells, 320, 367.
-,-, parson of Mudford, 32.

Chawdell. See Chaudel.

Chaworth, Chaworc', Patrick de, 353.

Cheddar, Ceddra, Ceddre, Ceddre Hole, Cedre, Ceoddor mynster, Cheddre, Chedre, 87, 100, 172, 183, 189, 430, 439, 497, 500, 503.
-, hundred of, 306, 474, 475, 494, 501.
-, borough of, 146.
-, manor of, 77, 143, 146, 198, 494, 497–499, 502.
-,-, court of, 172.
-,-, rental of, 500.
-,-, Netherhodech in, 198.
-, church of, 28, 32, 82, 144, 149, 172, 203, 212, 290, 306, 309, 359, 436, 439, 491.
-,-, chantry in, 292, 300.
-,-, farm of, 170, 199, 222, 230, 290, 292, 367, 532.
-, rector of, 144.
-, vicar of, 90, 176, 290, 300, 367, 491.
-, vicarage of, 32, 170.
-, chapel of St. Columban at, 182, 196, 203.
-, chaplain of, 43, 44, 290.
-, court of the canons at, 497.
-, meadow of, 198.
-, mills in, 77, 78.
-, moor in. 180, 185, 188, 196. See Carscliff.

Chedder, Ceddre, Cheddre:
-, Isabel, 500.
-, Robert (de), 269, 336, 476.
-,-, burgess of Bristol, 292.
-, Walter de, 501.

Cheddeseia, Joscelin de, 493.

Cheddre. See Cheddar, Chedder.

Chedesey, Chedesy, See Chedzoy.

Chedingeford. See Chidingfold.

Chediok. See Chidiok.

Chedneco, Oliver de, 401.

Chedre. See Cheddar.

Chedzoy, Chedesey. Chedesy, church of, 191, 195.

Chelcheheth, Chelchehuth, Chelcheth, Cheltheheth, Geoffrey (de), canon of Wells, 241, 448, 535, 538.

Chelcote. See Chaldecote, Chilcot.

Cheldrinton, Chelrinton, Childrinton, Michael de, steward of bishop Roger, 78, 79, 476.

Chelechota, Chelecote. See Chilcot.

Chelesworth, Cheleworth, Chelewourthe, Chelewrthe. See Chelworth.

Chelhampton, Shelhampton:
-, Henry de, 514.
-, Thomas de, 514.

Chellechot. See Chilcot.

Chellesworth, Chelleweith, Chelleworth. See Chelworth.

Chelleworth. See Chelwood.

Chelrinton. See Cheldrinton.

Cheltheheth. See Chelcheheth.

Chelwood, Chelleworth, Coleworth:
-, church of, 204.
-, East, 370.

Chelworth, Chelesworth, Cheleworth, Chelewourthe, Chelewrthe, Chellesworth, Chelleweith, Chelleworth, Chelworthe, Chilleworth:
-, Adam de, 157, 209, 219, 221, 225, 369, 370, 373, 375, 376, 510.
-, Simon de. 92, 93, 95.
-, William de, 251, 258, 371, 372.
-,-, Juliana, wife of, 371, 372.
-,-, of Wells, William son of, 369–371.

Chelynch, Chevelynch, Cheylinch, 291.

Cheolecote. See Chilcot.

Chepman. See Chapman.

Chepmaneslade, Richard de, vicar of Wells, 158.

Chepmanneslade. See Chapmans Lade.

Cherchlond. See Churchland.

Cherde, Cerd, Cerda, Cerde, Cerdra:
-, John (de), 10, 108, 537.
-,-, abbot of Muchelney, 458.
-,-, vicar of Wells, 74, 75, 92, 96, 133, 453.
-, Nicholas de (?), 130.
-, Simon de, vicar of Wells, 157.
-, Walter de, vicar of Wells, 98, 126.
-, William de, 9, 68.
-,-, the chaplain, 21, 22, 25, 38, 43–46, 48, 52.
-,-, provost of Combe, 5, 58, 72, 78, 79, 119, 123, 126, 129, 526.
-,-, obit of, 131.
-,-, rector of Chard, 79. Compare Whethamstede.

Cherde. See Chard.

Chereley. See Charley.

Cherlecothe. See Chilcot.

Cherlecumba. See Charlcombe.

Cherleton, Cherletone, Cherlton:
-, Robert de, justice of the Common Pleas, 323.
-, Thomas de, canon of Wells, 34, 170.
-,-, archdeacon of Wells, 169, 176, 177, 189, 192, 196, 214, 484.
-, William de, canon of Wells, 115, 152, 155, 172, 177, 181, 187, 189, 193, 196, 197, 199, 201, 208, 215, 399, 401, 402.
-,-, succentor of Wells, 170.

Cherleton, Cherletone. See Charlton, Charlcombe (?).

Cherlewode, land of, 145.

Cherlton. See Cherleton.

Chermbury, Richard de, monk of Bath, 113.

Chester [Ches.]:
-, bishop of. See Limesey, Clinton, Peche, Nonant. See also Coventry, Lichfield.
-, constable of. See Lacy.
-, earl of. See Blundeville, Edward.

Chesterblade, Cesterbled, Chestreblad, 144, 429.

Chestre, Cestria:
-, John, 369.
-,-, of Worcester diocese, 551.
-, Reginald de, 432, 491.
-, Chestreblad. See Chesterblade.

Chestyrfeld, Richard, canon of York, 289.

Cheterne, Sheterne, Robert, rector of Kingstone near Ilminster, 296, 380.

Chevage, 346, 350.

Chevelynch. See Chelynch.

Chew, Chew Magna, Chiew, Chiu, Chiw, Chyu, Chyv, Chyw, Chywe, Ciw:
-, 16, 32, 33, 79, 145, 155, 173, 266, 304, 308, 359, 390, 429, 456, 470, 471.
-, hundred of, 306.
-, manor of, 136, 139, 147, 439.
-,-, field names in, 471.
-,-, member of. See Dundry.
-, Bristol road in, 549.
-, church of, 48, 150, 307, 406, 439, 443, 452, 477, 480, 544, 549, 550.
-,-, chantries in, 406.
-, chaplains of. 46, 406.
-, parson of, 48.
-, vicar of, 406, 407, 454.
-, vicarage of, 406. See Russeham, Stowey.

Chew Stoke, Stoke in Chyw, tithes of, 210.

Chewe, Chieu, Chiu, Chiuue, Chiw, Chue, Chyu, Chyuue:
-, Alvred de, 39.
-, John, 348.
-, Nicholas de, 130.
-, Peter de, 39, 53, 430.
-, Ralph de, vicar of Wells, 98, 132, 138.
-, Richard, 344, 345.
-, Thomas, vicar of Wells, 497, 498.
-, William de, canon of Wells, burial of, 73.

Chewton Mendip, Cheweton under Menedepe, Chiutun, Chiwton, Chyuton, Chyweton, Chywton, 117, 398, 426, 461.
-, lady of, 158.
-, church of, 149, 150, 239, 306, 307, 398, 399, 404.
-, patrons of, 149, 306, 398.
-, rectors of, 35, 37, 201, 398.
-, rectory of, 462.
-, vicarage of, 398, 462.
-, chapels of, 398, 399, 404. See Easton (Stone).
-, chaplains of, 398.

Cheyham, J. de, canon of St. Pauls, London, 137.

Cheylinch. See Chelynoh.

Chichester [Sussex]:
-, archdeacon of, 21.
-, bishop of 130. See Luffa, Seffride I, Greeneford, Seffride II, Wells, Neville, Langton, Praty. See also Selsey.
-, canons of, 270, 493.
-, precentor of, 140.

Chichester, Robert of, bishop of Exeter, 20.

Chidefford. See Chidingfold.

Chideock [Dorset], Chidiok, Chydyock, Cydiok, 526.
-, lord of, 526.
-, chapel of, 523, 526.
-, tithes of, 524.

Chidingfold, Chedingeford, Chidefford, Chidingfolde, Chidyngfold, Chudyngfold, Chydyngfold, Cudyngfold:
-, Richard de, 225.
-, Robert de, vicar of Wells, 158, 374, 375.
-,-, cousin and heir of, 376.
-, Walter de, 46.

Chidiok, Chediok. Chydiok:
-, family of, 105.
-, John (de), 300, 369, 381.
-,-, lord of Chideock, 526.
-,-, Lucy, wife of, 381.
-,-, John, son of, 381. Isabel, wife of, 381. John, son of, 381. Joan, wife of, 381.

Chidiok. See Chideock.

Chidyngfold. See Chidingfold.

Chieu. See Chewe.

Chiew. See Chew.

Chilcompton, Childcomptone, Childecumpton, Childecumton, Chilecomton, Chilecumton, Chyldecompton, Compton, Comton, Cumptona, Cumtun, 59.
-, church of, 44, 203, 309, 435, 533.
-,-, a prebend of Wells, 25, 43.
-,-, jurisdiction in, 196.

Chilcot, Celicotan, Chelcote, Chelechota, Chelecote, Chellechot, Cheolecote, Cherlecothe, Clelecote, 429, 533, 534.
-, a prebend with Dulcot, 33.
-, tithes of, 135, 383.

Childcomptone. See Chilcompton.

Childecote, Gilbert de, 154.

Childecumpton, Childecumton. See Chilcompton.

Childesmorweye, 11.

Childrinton. See Cheldrinton.

Chilecomton, Chilecumton. See Chilcompton.

Chillam, Robert de, vicar of Wells, 162.

Chillecombe, William, 350.

Chilleworth. See Chelworth.

Chilson (?), Ceolfestun, 429.

Chiltenham, William de, 258.

Chilthorne Domer, Chilterne, Cilterne:
-, church of, 164, 165, 377, 397.
-, patron of, 164.
-, rector of. 164.
-, vicarage of, 164.

Chilton:
-, Andrew, 425.
-, Ralph de, 56.

Chilton Cantelo, 388.
-, rector of, 387.

Chilton, West, Westchilton, fee of, 512.

Chinne, Gilbert, mayor of Salisbury, 140.

Chinnock, Chynnok, Cinnoc:
-, Hamon de, 524.
-, John (de), 524.
-,-, abbot of Glastonbury, 275, 290, 381, 393.

Chippenham [Wilts], Chipham, Chippeham, 501–506.
-, hundred of, 502.
-, manor court of, 503.

Chippenhay, Chippena, John de, 525.

Chipstable, Cyppestaple, parson of, 84.

Chirchestile Chirchestygheli. See Churchestille.

Chirchlond. See Churchland.

Chiselborough, Cycelberge, Cyselberge, rector of. 248, 249.

Chisledon [Wilts], Chiselden:
-, patrons of, 140, 141.
-, rector of, 140, 141.

Chiu. See Chew, Chewe.

Chiuelai, Elias de, 21.

Chiuton, Chiutona, Chyuton:
-, Anketill de. 43, 44, 486.
-, Geoffrey de, vicar of Pilton, 121.
-, Roger de, the chaplain, chaplain of bishop Joscelin, 35, 36, 491.
-,-, canon of Wells, 35, 37, 70, 150, 307, 367, 471.
-,-, rector of Chewton, 35, 37, 201.
-,-, executors of, 35.
-,-, obit of, 35, 37.

Chiutun. See Chewton.

Chiuue. See Chewe Chinne.

Chiverel, John de, 104.

Chiw. See Chew, Chewe.

Chiwton. See Chewton.

Chock, Chocke, Chok, Richard, justice of the Common Pleas, 498–500, 502.

Choldecote. See Chaldecote.

Chomber. See Chambre.

Christ Church. See Canterbury.

Christi, Thomas, monk of Bath, 218.

Christian Malford [Wilts], Cristemaleford, Cristemeleford, Cristemelford, Cristesmaleford, Cristmalford, Crystemaleford, Crystynmalford, 83, 478.
-, manor of, 167, 311, 437.
-, field names in, 478.
-, church of, 84, 478, 479.
-, advowson of, 167, 168, 311, 360, 438, 472, 494.
-, patron of, 126, 304, 470.
-, rector of, 84, 85, 89, 126, 302, 304, 470, 478.
-, vicar of, 84–86, 89, 126, 470, 478, 479.

Christianity, dean of, 436.

Christina, sister of Cicely de Timbrescumbe, 46, 309.
-, Roger husband of, 46.
-, Richard son of, 46.

Christopolis, bishop of, 295.

Chubbeworth, Piers, 420.

Chudderlegh, Chudderlee, John de, 229.

Chudyngfold. See Chidingfold.

Chue. See Chewe.

Church scot, cherschet, cherset, chirset, churchet, churchset, churschet, churset, churshet, churshett, 5, 143, 244, 329–332, 336–341, 385, 398, 534.

Church Stanton. See Stanton.

Churche, Robert, notary public, registrar of the court of Arches, 384.

Churchegate, Richard atte, 156.

Churchelesham. See Cuddlesome. Churches:
-, faculties to build, 439.
-, patronage of, 439.

Churchestille, Chirchestile, Chirchestygheli:
-, John at, 510.
-, William, 368, 370, 372.
-,-, Compare Stille.

Churchill (Churchford,) Churchull, 354.

Churchland, Cherchlond, Chirchlond, 36, 235.

Churchull. See Churchill.

Chyclet:
-, Richard de, 136.
-,-, brother of John de Teynton, 136.

Chydiok. See Chidiok.

Chydyngfold. See Chidingfold.

Chydyock. See Chideock.

Chyldecompton. See Chilcompton.

Chynnok. See Chinnock.

Chyu, Chyuue, Chyv, Chyw, Chywe. See Chew, Chewe.

Chyuton, Chyweton, Chywton. See Chewton, Chiuton.

Cibbus, W., 327.

Cicester, Cicestria, Cycestria:
-, Henry de, 20.
-, Peter de 432, 480, 491.
-,-, dean of Wells, 8, 10–12, 28, 29, 37, 49–52, 58, 66, 67, 126, 135, 150, 201, 202, 307, 316, 320, 322, 378, 379, 383, 402, 483, 495, 531. will of, 402. executors of, 150, 307, 379, 402. chantry of, 150, 307, 402. obit of, 379, 402, 483.
-, Stephen de, canon of Lincoln, 401.
-,-, of Wells, 531.
-, Thomas de, 42, 135, 477.
-,-, canon of Wells, 402. William de, 55, 69.
-, canon of Chichester, 493.
-, of Salisbury, 493.

Cilterne. See Chilthorne.

Cinnoc. See Chinnock.

Cirencester [Glouc.], Cirecestre:
-, abbot of, canon of Wells, 68.
-, prebendary of Milborne Port, 68.

Cirencestre, Cirencestria:
-, Richard de, 135.
-, Thomas de, sheriff of Somerset, 495.
-,-, of Somerset and Dorset, 48.

Cistercian order (white monks):
-, exemption of, 109.
-, tithes of, in parish of St. Cuthbert, 135, 383. See Cleeve (Old).

Ciw. See Chew.

Claferton, Clafertona. See Claverton.

Clafford, Claford, Cleford, William de. 78, 79, 497, 501, 504.

Clai, Stephen de, 21.

Clake, Simon, 343.

Clanefeld, Clenefeud, Adam de, canon of Wells, 367, 401, 471.

Clare, Clara:
-, Bogo de, canon of Wells, 34, 529.
-, Gilbert de, earl of Gloucester and Hertford, 306.
-, Richard de, earl of Clare, 6.
-,-, escheator north of Trent, 183.

Clarendon [Wilts], Claryndon, 13, 258.

Clarice:
-, prioress of Kington St. Michael 151.
-, sister of Lucy Lundreys, 165, 166.

Claverham in Yatten, chapel of, 385.

Claverton, Claferton, Clafertona, 146, 439, 440, 550.
-, manor of, 147.
-, bailiff of, 473.

Clayhanger in Combe St. Nicholas, Clehangre, 534.

Cleangre. See Cleyhangre.

Cleeve in Yatton, la Clyve, 100.

Cleeve, Old, Clive, Clyva, Clyve, 48.
-, Cistercian abbey, abbot and convent of, 386–388.
-, prebendal church of, 386, 387, 489.
-, prebendary of, 182, 284, 489.
-, rectors of, 387.
-, vicar of, 258, 386.
-, chapel of St. Mary by the sea in (Chapel Cleeve ?), 387. See Leighland.

Cleford. See Clafford.

Clehangre. See Abson, Clayhanger.

Clelecote. See Chilcot.

Clement III, pope, bull of, 435.

Clement V, pope, 155, 156, 174, 178, 179. See Constitutions.

Clement VI pope, 551.
-, bull of, 442.

Clement, vicar of Wells, 202.

Clenefeud. See Clanefeld.

Clergy:
-, goods of, 430.
-, regular or secular, 122.
-, nobles despoiled by, 436. See Aid, Wells.

Clerk:
-, assault on, 83, 125, 129, 196, 216, 240, 243, 289, 299, 544.
-, married, 78.
-, orders of, 31, 290, 304, 439.
-,-, examination for, 539.
-, tonsure of, 304.

Clerk, Clerke:
-, Geoffrey, 500.
-, Richard le, of Chippenham, 502, 504, 505.
-, Robert le, 250, 536.
-, Thomas le, 154, 502.
-, William, 465.

Clevedon, Clivedone, church of, 139.

Clevedon, Clevedone, Clivedon, Clyvedene, Clyvedon, Clyvedone:
-, Edmund de, 421, 469.
-, Elizabeth de, 354.
-, Hugh de. 229.
-, John (de), 157, 172, 177, 178, 180, 189, 196, 198, 206, 216, 221, 228, 261, 324, 414, 416, 420, 421, 461, 469, 481, 484, 501, 520.
-,-, the elder, 495.
-,-, son of Matthew, 503, 504.
-,-, Mary de Drokensford, wife of, 501, 504.
-,-, lord of Aller, 502.
-,-, steward of bishop Drokenford, 32, 154, 175.
-, Matthew de, 157, 172, 177, 178, 180, 184, 189, 198, 206, 326, 408, 412, 414, 421, 423, 469, 484, 486, 501, 503, 504.
-, Richard de, 326.

Clewer, Clyware, 226.

Cleyhangre, Cleangre, William de, canon of Wells, 542, 543, 546.

Clifford:
-, Roger de, 234.
-,-, [ ] wife of, 234.

Clifton, Clyfton:
-, Gervase, of London, 407.
-, Roger de, 104.

Clinton, Roger de, bishop of Chester. 34.

Clist, Clyst, Kyllyst, Robert, canon of Wells, 297–299.

Cliva:
-, Henry de, 19.
-, Nicholas de, 19.

Clive. See Cleeve.

Clivedon, Clivedone. See Clevedon.

Cloebury, Nicholas de, 549.

Clone. See Clune.

Clopcote, Clopecote, Cloppecot, Cloppecote:
-, Robert de prior of Bath, 218, 393, 397, 444, 481, 482.
-, William de, 157.
-,-, canon of Wells, 198, 207, 216.

Clopton:
-, Walter, 288.
-, William de, rector of Tydd St. Mary, 190.
-,-, treasurer of Wells, 190.

Clother, John, 368.

Clothes, 165, 215, 432.

Clune, Clone:
-, John de, 260, 261.
-, William de, vicar of Wells, 162.

Clutton, Clutone, 545.
-, church of, 545.

Clutton, Cluttun:
-, Adam de, vicar of Wells, 162.
-, Richard de, vicar of Wells, 132, 452.
-,-, warden of the Lady chapel, 452.

Clyfton. See Clifton.

Clypeston, Robert de, canon of Wells, 230.

Clyst. See Clist.

Clyva, Clyve. See Cleeve.

Clyvedene, Clyvedon, Clyvedone. See Clevedon.

Clyware. See Clewer.

Cnaploc. See Knaploc.

Cnappe. See Knap, Knappe.

Cnitwyneswode. See Knyghtwyne.

Cnoll. Cnolla, Cnolle, atte Knolle:
-, Alexander de la, 104.
-, Edward de, de la, canon of Wells, 136, 138.
-,-, prebendary of Henstridge, 136.
-,-, dean of Wells, 17, 34, 57, 62, 71, 99–106, 108–111, 113, 114, 134, 138, 139–145, 148, 168, 309, 315, 317, 319, 320, 322, 336, 362, 393, 402, 403, 408, 412, 452, 491, 531, 536.
-,-, election of, 138.
-,-, death of, 34.
-, Godfrey de, 53.
-, Philip de, 12, 78, 79, 402, 477.
-, Richard de, 46.
-, William de la, 105.

Cnoll. See Knoll, Knowle.

Cnolton, Walter de, bailiff of North Curry, 408.

Cnyot, Richard, 526.
-, Compare Canutus, Knight.

Cnytwyneswode. See Knyghtwyne.

Coat in Martock, Cote, Cotes, 446, 451.

Cobbler, Augustine the, 151.
-, Compare Sutor.

Cobham, Cobbeham, Cobeham:
-, Thomas de, canon of Wells, 172.
-,-, prebendary of Wedmore secunda, 159.
-,-, bishop of Worcester, 213, 216.
-, William de, justice, 319.
-,-, vicar of Wells, 82, 85, 127.

Cochull in Whitchurch [Dorset], 524.

Cocklake in Wedmore, Cockelake, Crokelake, 200, 219, 226, 546.

Cocre. See Coker.

Cocwell, William de, 523.

Code:
-, Arnold, Maud daughter of, 202.
-, Ivo, 202.
-,-, Richard, son of, 202. Compare Cade.

Codecumb. See Cutcombe.

Codeford:
-, John, 424, 468, 505, 508, 509.
-, Robert de, vicar of Winscombe, 185. See Silvestre.

Coder, William, Walter son of, 507.

Codeworth. See Cuddeworth, Cudworth.

Cog, Robert, 330.

Cogan, William, justice, 427.

Coke, Cok'. See Cook.

Cokelborgh, Cokelborwe, Cokkelborowe, John de, 501–503.

Coker, Cocre, 527.

Coker:
-, Matthew (de), 184, 506.
-, Peter, 506, 507.
-, Richard de, 248.
-, Robert (de), 370, 371, 425, 508, 509.
-, William (de), 260, 368, 370, 371.

Coker, East, Escoker, Estcoker:
-, church of, 294, 295, 382, 397.
-,-, chantry or chapel of St. Mary in, 295, 382.
-, rector of, 294.
-, vicar of, 382, 397.
-, vicarage of, 295, 382.
-, wood of, 295.

Coker, West, Westcoker, rector of, 382.

Cokes. See Cook.

Cokham. See Cookham.

Cokhulle, John, 373.

Cokkelborowe. See Cokelborgh.

Colchester [Essex], archdeacon of, 56.

Colchestre, Colecestre:
-, John, 291.
-, William de, 55.

Cole, Colle:
-, John, 19.
-,-, canon of Wells, 468, 505.
-,-, steward of the dean and chapter, 468.
-, Roger, justice, 364.

Colecestre. See Colchestre.

Coleshulle, Richard de, 152.

Coleville. See Colvyle.

Coleworth. See Chelwood.

Collake, Richard de, 420.

Colle. See Cole.

Collects, 254, 444, 459, 467.

Colles, Henry, 289.

Collyford. See Colyford.

Colne:
-, John, 514.
-, William, 224, 321, 322, 514.
-,-, of North Curry, 413, 418.

Colonia, Terricus de, 475.

Colonna, Columba, John de, cardinal of St. Praxed, 98.

Colston:
-, John, 513.
-, Thomas, 515.
-,-, Compare Golston.

Columba. See Colonna.

Columbers, Columbariis, Columberes:
-, Hamelin de, 45.
-,-, steward 9, 22, 25, 42–44, 52, 68.
-, Philip de, 2, 227, 228, 230, 408, 412, 423.
-, Robert de, 3, 81, 414, 421.

Columpstoch. See Culumstok.

Colvyle, Coleville:
-, Gilbert de, constable of London, 22.
-, Robert, de, constable of London, 21.
-, William, canon of Wells, 488.
-,-, prebendary of Barton St. David, 488, 489.

Colyford, Collyford:
-, Edward, 508.
-, Roger de. 157.

Colyngtre, Colyntre, John, prebendary of Wedmore secunda, 283, 284.

Combe in Huish Episcopi, Cuma, 429.

Combe, la, in Newport, 328.

Combe, Coumbe, Cumba, Cumbe:
-, J. de, vicar of Lydeard, 90.
-, John (de), 42, 59, 259, 260, 380, 388, 493, 539.
-,-, vicar of Wells, 85, 497.
-, Isaac de la, 338.
-, Lawrence de, heir of, 269.
-, Richard de, 505, 523.
-, Thomas de, 472.
-, William de, 324, 520.

Combe, East, in Bishops Lydeard, Cuma, 429.

Combe, Monckton, Monketon, Cumba, chapel of, 4, 440.

Combe St. Nicholas, Cumba, Cumbe Cume, 245, 434, 533.
-, chapter at, 246.
-, jurisdiction over, 244, 246, 301.
-, manor of, 58, 243, 244, 534.
-, three prebends and precentorship, 33, 58.
-, ten prebends and provostship, 58, 120.
-, church of, 58, 237, 243, 244, 534.
-,-, one prebend, 33.
-,-, chapel of. See Waston.
-, provost of, 5, 58. 69, 70, 79, 87, 98, 107, 108, 110, 119, 120, 126, 129, 131, 136, 138, 144, 150, 153, 308, 364, 526. See Cherde.
-, provostship of, 243, 244, 307.
-,-, an office of charge, 243. See Wells, Winsham.
-, vicarage of, 244.
-, prima, prebendary of 283, 284, 291.
-, secunda, prebendary of, 282.
-, tercia, prebendary of, 284.
-,-, vicar of, 300.
-, quarta, prebendary of, 282, 284.
-, quinta, prebendary of, 263, 283, 284.
-, scrta, prebendary of, 282.
-, octara, prebendary of, 217.
-, nona, prebendary of, 284, 287.
-, decima, prebendary of, 191, 282, 283.
-, undecima, prebendary of, 182.
-, duodecima, prebendary of, 182, 264, 282.
-, tertia decima, prebendary of, 182, 264, 283, 297.
-, quarta decima, prebendary of, 258, 263, 283.
-, quinta decima, prebendary of, 282. See Clayhanger.

Combe Woldeshee [Dorset], Cumbe, 523, 524.

Combwich, Comyz, 514.
-, field names in, 514.

Comehawe, John, Christina, wife of, 369.

Comesend, Comesende:
-, John, 508.
-,-, John, son of, 508. Compare Comwyz.

Commensalis, 158, 178.

Commission, special, of oyer and terminer, proceedings under, 258–260. See Exchequer.

Common, rights of, 11, 20, 28, 32, 47, 72, 143, 145, 154, 158, 161, 177, 181, 184, 187, 188, 198, 219, 220, 226–228, 238, 241, 248, 251, 262, 269, 288, 313, 316–319, 321–327, 329, 331–335, 362, 387, 408, 411, 412, 416, 417, 419, 423, 426, 427, 461, 474, 484, 495, 502, 523.

Common Pleas, court of, proceedings in 3, 234, 391, 392, 498, 500, 536. See Justices.

Commyn. See. Comyn.

Compe, Robert, 281.

Compedene, John, 342.

Compton, Berks:
-, hundred of, 151, 462.
-, manor of Bishop's Compton in, 462.

Compton. See Chilcompton.

Compton, Comptone, Coumptone, Cumpton, Cumptone:
-, John de, vicar of Wells, 74.
-, Lawrence de, 105.
-, Walter (de), 258, 370, 371, 373, 449, 464.
-,-, burgess of Wells, 270, 369, 372.
-,-, Margery, wife of, 270, 368, 370.
-,-, will of, 368, 372.
-,-, executors of, 270, 367.
-,-, chantry of, 270.
-,-, obit of, 268, 270.
-, William de, 226, 241, 368.

Compton Bishop, Comptona, Cumbtune, Cumpton Cumton, Cumtun, 28, 189, 431, 439.
-, manor of, 27, 28, 62, 206, 479.
-, church of, 27, 534.
-,-, dedication and endowment of, 27, 28, 492.
-,-, a prebend with Huish, 33, 492.
-, prebend of, 255.
-, prebendary of, 28, 159, 182, 292, 492.
-, parson of, 27, 492.
-, moor of, 28, 185, 188. See Shute.

Compton, Bishop's. See Compton (Berks).

Compton Dundon, Dunden, Dundene, 205, 217.
-, high street of, 205.
-, prebend of, 256.
-, prebendary of, 205, 206, 282, 288, 304.
-, vicar of, 205, 206. See Dunden.

Compton Martin, Compton, Cumpton Martyn, Cumptone, 354.
-, lords of, 485.
-, church of, 485.
-, patron of, 485.
-, rector of, 485.
-, chapel of. See Nempnett.

Compton, West [Berks], 151.

Compurgation, 74, 83, 126, 133, 537, 541, 544, 545.

Comton. See Chilcompton, Compton.

Comwyz, Comuyz, Comyz, Cowmyche, Cowyz:
-, Ealn' de, 513.
-, Robert de, 512–514.
-,-, Agatha, wife of, 513.
-,-, Robert, son of, 512, 513.
-, Walter de, Laurentia wife of, 514. See Comesende, Paty, Strecche.

Comyn, Commyn, Cumin:
-, John, 13.
-,-, lord of Badenoch, 313.
-,-, archbishop of Dublin, 7.

Comyz. See Combwich, Comwyz.

Conesburgh, Conesboregh, Conesborgh:
-, Alan de, doctor of civil law, 207, 209.
-,-, provost of Wells, 243, 250.

Congresbury, Congaresbury, Congaresbyri, Congrebiry, Congrebury, Congresbiry, Congresbyri, Congresbyry, Cungaresbyrig, Cungresbiry, Cungresbury, Cungresbyri, 133, 241, 429, 539.
-, disafforested, 495.
-, manor of, 77, 147, 148.
-, bishops manor house at, 241, 303.
-, church of, 49, 73, 76, 77, 149, 169, 170, 172, 175, 192, 212, 306, 453, 455.
-,-, dedication and endowment of, 241.
-,-, farm of. 182, 192, 222, 230, 278, 532.
-, advowson of, 77, 132–134, 147, 148, 453.
-, patron of, 241.
-, parson of. 77, 132, 134, 455.
-, rectory of, 456.
-, vicar of, 122, 453.
-, vicarage of, 49, 122.
-, chapels of, 49, 77.
-, chaplain of, 133.
-, wood of, 49. See Wick.

Congresbyri, Cungresbury, Cungresbiry:
-, John de vicar of Wells, 158, 162, 256.
-, Walter de, 419.

Consail, William, of Mudgely, 228.

Const:
-, Richard, archdeacon, 55.
-,-, Roger brother of, 55.

Constable, the. See Humet.
-, of England. See Bohun.
-, of Chester. See Lacy.
-, of London. 21, 22.

Constantiis. See Contanees.

Constantine, canon of Wells, 113.

Constitutions, 74, 112, 120, 251, 256, 283, 301, 454, 530, 540, 541.
-, of Boniface VIII., 459.
-, of Clement V, 237.
-, of Islip, 290.
-, of Oto, 200.
-, of Ottobonus, 103, 200, 323.
-, of Oxford, 75, 489.
-, provincial, 90, 242.
-,-, Compare Provisions.

Contevile, Countevile, Countevyle, Cuntevill, Cuntevilla, Cunteville:
-, Baldwin de, 160, 220.
-, Henry de, 79, 138, 501.
-, John de, of Allerton, the younger, 546.
-, Nicholas de, 79, 501.
-, Richard de. 50, 67, 138, 536.
-,-, lord of Allerton, 546.
-, Robert de, 79, 138, 501.
-, William de, 536.

Conti, John, cardinal of St. Mark, 439.

Convocation: See Canterbury, province of. See also Council, Synod.

Cook, Cok, Coke, Cokes, Couk:
-, [ ], 267.
-, Ægelric, 434.
-, Alexander the, 19, 39.
-, Baldwin the, 9.
-, Christina, of Cocklake, 546.
-, Hugh the, John son of, 401.
-, John (the), 202, 249, 500.
-, Rabel, 434.
-, Richard, of Newport, 425, 427.
-, Walensis the, 432.
-, Walter, de Alewarton, 367.
-, William le, the, 348, 477.

Cookham, Cokham, Cooham:
-, William (de), canon of Wells, 262, 275, 277, 278, 282, 380, 381.
-,-, prebendary of Wedmore, quarta, 282.
-,-, succentor of Wells, 274, 275, 281, 283, 287, 292, 293.
-,-, obit of, 381.

Copleston, Copelston:
-, John, 508.
-,-, sheriff of Somerset, 419.

Coppe:
-, Henry, 497.
-, John, 500.
-, Nicholas, 62, 361.
-, Robert, manciple of the dean and chapter, 415, 416.

Copper, price of, 272.

Coppyng', Gilbert, 331, 333.

Copyner, Robert, 331.

Coquina, Matthew de, 432.
-, Compare Kitchener.

Corbuzun, Peter, 19.

Corbyn:
-, Thomas, vicar of Winscombe, 62, 137.
-, William, 184.

Cordeleg. See Cotley.

Corduan, Cordewant, Cordiuent:
-, John, 515.
-, William, 512, 514.

Cordwainer, Richard the, 444.

Corewille, Cordwylle. Corewell, Corewyll, Corwyll:
-, John, 518, 520.
-, Richard, 508, 513, 516, 518.

Corfe, Corffe, 269.

Corimour. See Curry (North).

Corlihull. See Cornhill.

Cormailles, Robert (de). chantry of 222, 225, 226.

Cornard, William, 318.
-, Compare de Angulo, Gurnad.

Cornevilla, Robert de, 421.

Cornewaleys, Alice, 344.

Cornhill, Corlihull, Cornhull:
-, Henry de, 23, 51.
-,-, dean of London, 84.
-, Reginald de, 16.
-,-, Reginald son of, 16.

Cornubia, Roger de, 163.

Cornwall:
-, archdeacon of, 20, 289, 302.
-, duke ('earl') of. See Edward.
-, earl of. See Gaveston, Richard.

Corporals, 257.

Correctiones. 162.

Corrodies, 5, 329, 335, 342, 343, 345, 395, 422.

Corscumbe, Karscumbe, Kascumbe:
-, Agatha de, 78.
-, Elias de, 191.
-, Martin de, 48.

Corsecombe. See Croscombe.

Corsham, Roger de, 225.

Corsley [Wilts], Corslegh, Great and Little, 365.
-, prebendary of, 159. See Warminster.

Corston, Corstuna, 440.
-, rectors of, 387.
-, vicar of, 387.
-, vicarage of, 387.

Corston, Henry de rector of Burnham, 62, 156, 179, 185, 188, 208, 209.

Cortelega, Robert de, 19.

Corteys. See Curteys.

Corton [Dorset or Wilts ?], 465.

Corwyll. See Corewille.

Cory:
-, Stephen de, 335.
-, Walter de, 269.

Cory. See Curry.

Coryload. See Curry Load.

Corylond. See Curry (North).

Corymalet. See Curry Mallet.

Corymor. See Curry (North).

Cosham, Cossam:
-, John, prior of Bruton, 459, 460.
-,-, secretary of, 460.

Cosington, Cosinton, Cosintone, Cosyngton, Cusington, Cusinton, Cusynton, Kusinton:
-, Robert de, vicar of Wells, 29.
-, Walter de, 75, 90.
-,-, canon of Wells, 5, 72, 76, 77, 83, 89, 121–123, 126, 129, 130, 132, 138, 141, 308, 358, 359, 522, 531.
-,-, parson of Winscombe, 358, 359.

Cossam. See Cosham.

Cosse. See Gosse.

Costentyn, Joan, of Allerton, 545.

Cosyu, Cusin:
-, Geoffrey Ruffus (?), 42.
-, Robert, 331.

Cosyngton. See Cosington.

Cote:
-, John de, 259.
-, Peter de, rector of Chiselborough, 248, 249.
-,-, Compare Cotes.

Cote. See Coat.

Cotel, Cotele, Coteles:
-, Elias, 477.
-, Hamon, of Sticklinch, 391.
-, Margery, 422.
-, Richard, 367.
-, Robert. 391.

Coteners, Christina, 541.

Coterel:
-, Christina, 330.
-, John, 157.
-,-, vicar of Wells, 162.

Cotes, Robert de, vicar of Cheddar, 176.
-, Compare Cote.

Cotes. See Coat.

Cotingtun. Peter de, 471.

Cotley, Cordeleg, Cotteleg', water of, in Holcumbe Burnell, 20.

Cotsetle, 331.

Cottars, 187, 340, 341, 350.

Cotteleg'. See Cotley.

Cotyn:
-, Simon, 444.
-,-, vicar of Wells, 195.

Coubrugge. See Cowbridge.

Coude, William, rector of Lympsham, 480.

Coudhurst. See Goudhurst.

Couk. See Cook.

Coumartyn, William, 428.

Coumbe. See Combe.

Coumptone. See Compton.

Council:
-, general, 283.
-, the Lateran, 488.
-, provincial, 216, 278, 290.
-, of Mainz, 256.
-, of Oxford, 75, 489.
-, the great, 424, 460, 466.
-,-, summons to, 4.
-,-, expenses of proctors at, 62.
-, the king's. 73, 92, 95, 256, 286, 364, 429–431. See London. Westminster. See also Canterbury (convocation), Parliament, Synod.

Counsel, retainer of, 175, 218.

Countevile, Countevyle. See Contevile.

Courdieu, William de, abbot of Jumieges, 399.

Court roll, copy or extract of, 32, 154.

Courtenay, Courteneye, Coutenaye, Cowrtenay, Cowrtnay, Curtenay:
-, Hugh (de), 228, 230.
-,-, earl of Devon, 258, 294, 381. Margaret, wife of, 294. tomb of, 294.
-, Humphrey, 508.
-, Peter (de), 294, 324, 325, 418.
-, Philip de, 294.
-,-, chantry of, 294.
-, Richard, dean of Wells, 441.
-, Robert de, 41, 68.
-, Walter, 344.
-, William de, archbishop of Canterbury, 294, 301, 380.
-,-, legate, 380. See Wootton Courtney.

Coutances [France], archdeacon of, 38.

Coutances, Constantiis:
-, Walter de, archdeacon of Oxford, 15, 22.
-,-, the king's sealer, 15.
-,-, keeper of the king's seal, 20.
-,-, archbishop of Rouen, 13, 14, 309.

Coutenaye. See Courtenay.

Coventry, bishop of. See Leofwin, Nonant, Muschamp. See also Chester, Lichfield.

Coventry and Lichfield, bishops of. See Lichfield.

Cowbridge near Meare Coubrugge, 228.

Cowfold, Cowefold, Cowfolde, Ralph, 505, 509.

Cowherde, John, 346.

Cowmyche. See Comwyz.

Cowrtenay, Cowrtnay. See Courtenay.

Cowyz. See Comwyz.

Craas, Cras:
-, Walter, 258, 291.
-,-, notary public, 258.

Craddok, Craddoc:
-, Richard, 413, 418, 452.
-,-, parson of Curry Mallet, 422.

Craembusch de Werdena. See Spaen.

Craft, John, burgess of Wells, 224.

Crandon, Nicholas, 506, 517, 518.

Cranemer, Cranemere, Cranemore. See Cranmore.

Cranemere, Hugh de, 450.

Cranford (Crauford ?):
-, Nicholas de, 80, 90, 145.
-,-, canon of Wells, 34, 137, 142.

Crange, Joan, 521.

Cranmore, Cranemer, Cranemere, Cranemore, Craunemere, 477.
-, manor of 147, 167, 168, 178, 311, 360, 437, 472, 494.
-, chapel of, 522.

Crappa (Gappa ?), Richard, 20.

Cras. See Craas.

Crassale, Craswell. See Carswell.

Craucumbe, Craucum, Craucumba, Crawecumbe:
-, Godfrey de, 17, 438.
-,-, steward of Henry III, 305, 310.
-, Ralph de, William, son of, 69.
-, Wimund de, 41.

Crauford (?). See Cranford.

Craunemere. See Cranmore.

Cravcur:
-, Werimund de, 493.
-,-, William brother of, 493.

Crawecumbe. See Craucumbe.

Credenall, John, 500.

Creech St. Michael, Criz, Crych, 316.
-, rector of, 240, 422.
-, vicar of, 287. See Ham. Compare Haucrych.

Creon (Oreover), Maurice de, 13.

Crespin, 452.

Cressi, Hugh de, 13.

Creton, Alan de, official of Hugh de Wells, 367.

Crey:
-, Henry, 411.
-, John, 341.
-,-, William son of, 411.
-, Jordan, 161.
-, William, Henry son of, 411.
-,-, John son of, 411.
-,-, William son of. 411.

Cripsenestouke in Burnham, 229.

Cristeham, Cristesham, Critesham, Crysteham, Crystesham:
-, Nicholas, 289, 368, 370, 373, 442.
-,-, burgess of Wells, 272, 280, 281, 291.
-,-, Maud wife of, 442.
-, William de, 415.

Cristeham's inn. See Wells.

Cristemaleford, Cristemeleford, Cristemelford, Cristesmaleford, Cristmalford. See Christian Malford.

Cristmalleford, Adam de, subprior of Bath, 266.

Critchell, Little [Dorset], Kerchel, 105, 450, 451.

Critesham. See Cristeham.

Criz. See Creech

Croc, 19.

Croceres, Croterys, Crouterys:
-, Alice, 270.
-,-, of Wells, 369.

Crockar. See Croker.

Croke alias Frende, Thomas, of Malmesbury, 304.

Crokel', Crokkelay (?), 133, 134.

Crokelake in Wedmore. See Cocklake.

Croker, Croekar:
-, Richard, 500.
-, William, 523.

Crokeslegh, Crokesleghe, (Wrotesleigh):
-, Adam de, 100.
-, John de, 354, 355.

Crokkelay. See Crokel'.

Croland, Henry de, 55.

Croscombe, Corsecombe, 234.

Croterys, Crouterys. See Croceres.

Croydon [Surrey], 301.
-, church of, 301.

Crubbe:
-, Hugh. 513.
-, John, 388, 517.

Cruce:
-, Henry de, 523.
-, William de, 504.
-,-, Compare Cruk.

Cruce signati, 49, 82.

Cruehard. See Cynehard.

Crues, William de, 42.

Cruk:
-, Roger de, canon of Wells, 113.
-,-, provost of Wells, 71, 379, 403.
-,-, executors of, 461, 468.
-,-, obit of, 461, 468. Compare Cruce.

Crux Easton [Hants], Eston Crok', 185.

Crych. See Creech.

Crydilond, John de, 154.

Crydyton, Nicholas de, tailor, 259.

Crykkelade:
-, John de, canon of Wells, 269.
-,-, prebendary of Litton, 269.

Crymer, John, 500.

Crysteham, Crystesham. See Cristeham.

Crystemaleford, Crystynmalford. See Christian Malford.

Cucusfell', William de, archdeacon of (Barnstaple ?), 20.

Cuddeworth, Codeworth:
-, John de, 164.
-, William de, 548.

Cuddeworth. See Cudworth.

Cuddlesome in Wincanton, Churchelesham, 152.

Cudworth, Codeworth, Cuddeworth, Cuddewrthe, Cudeswrtha, Cudewide, Cudeworth, Cudewrda, Cudiwrth, Kudeworth, Kudewrd, Kudewrda:
-, lord of a moiety of, 485.
-, church of, 42, 44, 309, 435.
-,-, a prebend of Wells, 42, 46, 255.
-, prebendary of, 159, 182.
-, chapel of. See Knowle.

Cudyngfold. See Chidingfold.

Cuil. See Quile.

Culham [Oxon.], Culneham, 407.

Culumstok, Columpstoch:
-, John de, 46.
-,-, Alice wife of, 46, 309.

Cuma, Cumba, Cumbe. See Combe.

Cumberwell; Robert de, 159.

Cumbtune. See Compton.

Cume. See Combe.

Cumin. See Comyn.

Cumpton, Cumptone, Cumton, Cumtun. See Compton.

Cumptona, Cumtun. See Chilcompton.

Cungaresbyrig, Cungresbiry, Cungresbury, Cungresbyri. See Congresbury, Congresbyri.

Cuntevill, Cuntevilla, Cunteville. See Contevile.

Curbellio, William de, archbishop of Canterbury, 13, 33.

Curceio, Richard de, 55.

Curcello, William de, 17.

Curry Load, Corylode, Curilade, Curylade, 11, 318, 425.
-, court of, 318.
-, tithing of, 325.

Curry Mallet, Corymalet:
-, park of, 503.
-, parson of, 422.

Curry, North, Cory, Corylond, Cury, Norcury, Nordcuri, Northcori, Northcory, Northcorylonde, Northcuri, Northcury, 10, 71, 87, 106, 110, 158, 180, 186, 187, 229, 240, 242, 243, 272–274, 285, 316–318, 320, 321, 325, 329–331, 343, 353, 355, 409–415, 417–420, 422, 423, 425–427, 452, 475, 479.
-, documents dated at, 209, 224, 355, 390, 409, 410, 414, 416–419, 423, 452, 461, 479.
-, disafforestation of, 8.
-, hundred of, 6–9, 71, 147, 149, 289, 306, 322, 323, 325, 329, 332, 410, 411, 417, 426, 497. See Langedoune.
-, out hundred of, 332.
-, king's ancient demesne, tenants of, 332–336.
-, manor of, 6–9, 17, 31, 61, 141, 147, 149, 162, 168, 169, 181, 201, 209, 221, 222, 224, 269, 272, 287–289, 306, 309, 314–321, 325–327, 329, 352, 355, 399, 409–411, 413, 415, 417, 421, 422, 426, 436, 447, 469, 475, 479, 497, 531.
-,-, members of, 224. See Hatch (West).
-,-, hamlets in, 242. See Lillisdon, Mare.
-, custumal of, 332–336.
-, field names in, 314–317, 319, 320, 322, 325, 329, 333, 417, 426, 427.
-, liberty of, 322, 323.
-, peculiar of, 296.
-, town of, 288.
-, lords of, 329, 417.
-, bailiff of, 3, 4, 17, 71, 78, 87, 88, 127, 180, 269, 318, 323, 327, 332, 333, 408, 414, 416, 425.
-, hundredman of, 319, 332, 334, 412.
-, official of, 286.
-, steward of, 323, 329, 335.
-, warden of, 318, 319.
-, courts of, 269, 318, 329, 335, 422, 425.
-, court leet, 318.
-, hundred court, 17, 110, 180, 316, 325, 332, 333, 335, 342, 343.
-, halmote, 329, 335, 343.
-, church of, 6–11, 31, 78, 169, 203, 306, 309, 320, 325, 414, 415, 419, 436, 497, 533.
-,-, a prebend of Wells, 8.
-,-, custumal of tenants of, 329–332.
-, advowson of, 6–9, 147, 149, 168, 289, 426.
-, prebendary of, 283, 284.
-, rectors of, 326, 329, 414, 415.
-, sacrist of, 329.
-, vicar of, 78, 137, 195, 206, 240, 243, 287, 314, 320, 414.
-, vicarage of, 31, 137, 320, 414.
-, chapel of St. Mary in churchyard of, 78, 188, 273, 279, 286, 333.
-, chaplain of, 10, 273, 279, 286, 320.
-, fishery in, 272, 287, 288, 318, 320, 326, 329, 425–427, 475.
-, grange of, 334, 335.
-, market at, 6, 497.
-,-, and fair, 434, 435, 497.
-, marsh of, 269.
-, moors of, Curry moor, Corimour, Corymor, Corymore, Curymore, 186, 187, 288, 313, 314, 316–319, 321, 322, 326, 327, 329, 332, 345, 408, 111, 412, 416, 417, 423.
-, park of, 8, 314.
-, stockhouse of, prisoners in, 332, 335.
-, warren of, 272, 313, 326, 425, 475. See Badpole, Charley, Dunnewere, Garston, Ham, Haucrych, Haymoor, Hele, Hill, Hillend, Hunilandes, Knap, Newport, Pinkham, Saltmoor, Slo, Stath, Stoke St. Gregory, Welle.

Curry Rivell, Cory Ryvel:
-, church of, 407, 408.
-, patron of, 407.
-, rector of, 407.
-, vicarage of, 408.

Cursitor of the dean and chapter, 268.

Curtenay. See Courtenay.

Curteys, Corteys, Curteis, Curtius:
-, John, 328.
-, Richard, 259.
-, Robert, 327, 328, 351, 352.
-,-, John son of, 352.
-,-, Simon son of, 351.
-, Roger, 330.
-, Thomas, vicar of Wells, 270.
-,-, communar, 270, 273.

Cury. See Curry.

Curylade, Hugh de, 318.

Curylade. See Curry Load.

Curymore. See Curry (North).

Cusin. See Cosyn.

Cusington, Cusinton. See Cosington.

Custom on wool, etc., 256. See Tolcestre. See also Salisbury, Wells.

Customer, 407.

Custumal:
-, of Bicknoller, 348–351.
-, of Biddisham, 346–348.
-, of North Curry, 332–336.
-,-, church tenants, 329–332.
-, of West Hatch, 342–346.
-, of Pilton church, 5.
-, of Winscombe, 336–342.
-,-, Compare. Rental.

Cusynton. See Cosington.

Cutcombe, Codecumb, vicar of, 165.

Cuthop, Robert, 524.

Cutte, William, burgess of Wells, 435.

Cycampton, Thomas, 358.

Cycelberge. See Chiselborough.

Cycestria. See Cicester.

Cydiok. See Chideock.

Cynegesbyrig. See Kingsbury.

Cynemerstun. See Kilmersdon.

Cynehard, Cruehard, Cyneheard, bishop of Winchester, 496.

Cynewlf, king of Wessex, charter of, 496.

Cyppestaple. See Chipstable.

Cyselberge. See Chiselborough.

Cystre. See Sistre.

D

D . . ., Peter de, 130.

Dabbe. See Babbe.

Daore, Acres, Dacres, John (de), 179, 209, 501.

Dacton. See Acton.

Dacus, Gilbert, 11.
-, Compare Deneys.

Daenton, Thomas de, 104.

Daic', Geoffrey de, 41.

Dalbel, Andrew, 348.

Daledich, Robert, 154.

Dalmasius the steward de Lugduno, 25.

Damascenus, John. See Books.

Damene (?). Nicholas, 388.

Damerham [Wilts], Domerham, 312, 473, 474.
-, park of. 473.

Dammori, Richard, steward of the household to Edward II, 494.
-, Compare Ameray.

Damport:
-, Adam, canon of Wells, 291.
-,-, prebendary of Dinder, 291.

Danby, Robert, justice of the Common Pleas, 498, 500.

Dancastre, John, 499.

Dandely. See Andely.

Daneis. See Deneys.

Daniel:
-, bishop of. Somerset, 454.
-, brother of Buckland hospital, 45.

Daniell, Daniolde, Danyel:
-, Nicholas, chancellor of Wells, 441.
-, Richard, 330.
-, William, 451.

Danvers. See Auvers.

Danyel. See Daniell.

Dapifer. See Sewer.

Darrein presentment, assize of, 76, 77, 496. See Writ.

Dauberychecourt, Thomas, 499.

Dauwe, John, 425.

David, 50.
-, the chaplain, 527.
-, chaplain of the dean of London, 19.
-, the clerk, nephew of the treasurer of Wells, 92.
-, clerk of the treasurer of Wells, 97.
-, master, 56.
-, priest of Weston, 25.
-, the tanner, 74.
-,-, Avice wife of, 74.
-, Stephen son of, 309.

Davy:
-, John, 350.
-, Richard 506.
-, Robert, 508.
-, William, 350.

Daye, Deye:
-, Henry le, 351, 352.
-,-, Gunna wife of, 351, 352.
-, John, 300.
-,-, of Stockland, 507. Joan wife of, 507.
-, Roger, 425.
-, William, 425.

Daywork, 328.

Dead, prayers for the, 249.
-, service of the. See Wells cathedral.

Dealknap. See Belknap.

Dean:
-, Homer' the, 20.
-, William the, of Bath, 93.
-,-, Compare Gummer, Hianton, Spakeston, Were.
-, of Arches, 237, 459.
-, of Christianity, 436. See Exeter, Lincoln, London, Salisbury, Wells, York; and le Mans, Noyon, Paris, Rouen.
-, rural, 463. See Axbridge, Barking. Bath, Castle Cary, Dunsford, Dunster, Frome, Gloucester, Ilchester, Ilminster, Langstone, Mudford, Oxford, Pawlett, Redcliff, Shaftesbury, Spaxton, Taunton, Yarlington.

Dean near Fitzhead, Dene, 429.

Decretals. See Gregory IX.

Dedimus potestatem, 199.

Demenelond. See Overland.

Dene:
-, John (de), 154, 498.
-, Peter de. canon of Wells, 172.
-,-, prebendary of Cudworth, 159. Compare Dina.

Dene. See Dean.

Denebaud Denebol, Denebold:
-, Ivo. fee of, 253.
-, Philip, 3.
-, Ralph, 39.
-,-, Robert, brother of, 39. See Milton.

Deneman, J., 267.

Dener', See Dinra.

Deneys, Daneis, John le, 361, 367, 501.
-, Compare Dacus.

Denham. See Buckland, Dinan.

Denrenn. See Dinder.

Denshef, Martin, 346.

Deodatus, mason, 36.

Depelake, in Pilton, 156.

Deptford [Wilts] Depford, 407.

Derberghe, Derburgh. See Durburgh.

Derby, Dereby:
-, John de, canon of Wells, 34.
-, Robert de. 157, 204.
-, Walter, of Bristol, 413.
-, William, canon of Wells, 265, 394, 409.

Derham (Berham):
-, Elias de, 43, 365, 432, 480, 487.
-,-, canon of Salisbury, 527. of Wells, 36.
-,-, prebendary of Litton, 121.
-,-, steward of bishop Joscelin, 36.
-, John de, canon of Wells 5, 72, 77, 85, 87, 88, 96, 98, 122, 123, 133, 134, 470.
-,-, prebendary of Litton, 121.
-, Walter de, canon of Wells, 35.

Derlee. See Erlegh.

Derlyngton, Adam de, 260.

Desfuble, des a fluble, Desafuble, Desfeble, (Effubli):
-, George, 486.
-, William, 51.

Despenser, Dispensator:
-, Geoffrey (le), 17, 487.
-, Hugh (le), 17, 305.
-,-, earl of Winchester, 201. Compare Spenser.

Desteng', William, 515.
-, Compare Stening.

Detenue, action concerning, 121, 318.

Deueliz. See Doueliz.

Deurle. See Dourle.

Devenish, Thomas, 376.

Deverose, John, lord of East Harptree. 161.

Devizes [Wilts], 152.

Devon, earl of. See Courtenay.

Devonius, John, abbot of Ford, 50.

Deye. See Daye.

Diceto, Ralph de, archdeacon of Middlesex, 56, 491.

Dichesgate, Dichesieta. See Ditcheat.

Diggel, Stephen 346.

Dighte, Stornucus (?), 344.

Dikedale, Richard, 315.

Dilapidations, 69, 121, 130, 136, 157, 161, 163, 214, 247.
-, visitors of, 255.

Dilintona, Dylyngtone:
-, Nigel de, 43, 487.
-, Thomas de, precentor of Wells, 197, 198.

Dilryche, Robert, 350.

Dina, Robert de, 25.
-, Compare Dene.

Dinan, Dinam, Dinham, Dynam, Dynant, Dynham:
-, Oliver de. 25, 42, 69, 308, 436.
-, Richard de, canon of Wells, 72, 75, 76, 78, 85, 86, 89, 96, 98, 122, 123, 129.
-,-, rector of Mark, 60.
-,-, obit of, 131.
-, Roland de, 13.
-, Thomas (de), 46.
-,-, subdean of Wells, 63–65.
-, W. de, canon of Wells, 87.
-, William de, vicar of Wells, 126. See Buckland Denham.

Dinder, Denrenn, Dindra, Dinra, Dinre, Dynra, Dynre, 105, 114, 234, 429, 496.
-, fee of, 15, 54, 68, 253, 439, 467.
-, parochial chapel of, a prebend of Wells, 105, 196, 256.
-, advowson of 105, 496.
-, prebendary of, 105, 182, 282, 284, 291.
-, chaplain of, 105.

Dinepol. See Dunepol.

Dinham. See Dinan.

Dinid', Stephen chaplain of 19.

Dinra, Dinre, Dener', Dynra, Dynre:
-, Godfrey de, 39, 43, 54, 68.
-, Richard de, 527.
-, Robert de, 166.
-, William de, 486, 490.
-,-, canon of Wells, 135.

Dinra, Dinre. See Dinder.

Disc', Thomas de, canon of Salisbury, 526.

Dispensation, papal, 103, 218.

Dispensator. See Despenser.

Disseisin. See Assize, Seisin, Writ.

Ditcheat, Dichesgate, Dichesieta, Dychesgate, Dychysyate, 3.
-, church of, 26, 296, 399.
-, patrons of, 399.
-, vicarage of, 399.

Dobbe, Robbe, Thomas, 502, 503.

Dobyn:
-, Lucy, 331.
-, William. 330.

Dochemerefeld, Dochemeresfelda. See Dogmersfield.

Dodda, Brihtric son of, 434.

Doddelegh. See Duddele.

Doddeleye, and field names, 490.

Dodehywysch. See Lodehywysch.

Dodemede, John, 161.

Dodescumbe:
-, John de, 344, 345.
-, William de, 344.

Dodington, Dodyngton:
-, Hugh abbot of St. Augustine Bristol, 491.
-, John. 505, 509.

Dodoco. See Duduc.

Doget, John, 508.

Dogmersfield [Hants], Dochemerefeld, Dochemeresfelda, Dogemerefeld, Dogesmerfeld, Dogmeresfeld, Dogmersfeld, Dokemaresfeld, Dokemerefeld, Dokemerefeud, Dokemeresfeld, Dokemersfeld, 15, 440.
-, documents dated at, 63, 109, 141, 143, 144, 223, 224, 285, 287, 360, 391.
-, manor of, .54, 147, 436, 439.
-, licence to impark, 15.
-, church of, 15, 54, 60, 436, 439, 477.
-, advowson of, 54, 477.
-, parson of, 54, 103, 105, 432.
-, a prebend of Wells payable from, 54, 60, 105.
-, prebendary of, 54.

Dogs, lawing of, 33, 494. See Hounds.

Dokemaresfeld, Dokemerefeld, Dokemerefeud, Dokemeresfeld, Dokemersfeld. See Dogmersfield.

Dole, Henry le, 410.

Dollyng, John 350.
-, William, 341.

Dombelton, Dombleton, Dumbeltone, Bertram de, 250, 536, 537.

Domerham:
-, Adam de, monk of Glastonbury, 310. See also Bibliography.
-, Simon de, 329, 333.
-,-, Ascelin wife of, 333.

Domerham. See Damerham.

Domesday book, 146. See Books.

Dominicum messuagium, 41, 149, 306.

Dona, Richard de, 525.

Donecastre, William de, 428.

Donesterre. See Dunster, Dunsterre.

Donniford in St. Decumans, Duneford, 388.

Dontereysare (?), 48.

Doo:
-, John le, 369–371.
-, William le, 370, 371.

Dorcestre, Dorcestria, Adam de, canon of Wells, 141, 532.

Dorchester [Oxon], Dorkecestre, 401.
-, bishop of. See Wulfwin. See also Lincoln.

Dorset:
-, archdeacon of, 4, 460, 522, 524.
-, marquis of. See Beaufort.
-, sheriff of. See Somerset.

Dorston. See Durston.

Dorturer:
-, Robert le, of Winchester diocese, notary public, 247.
-,-, secretary to the nuncio, 247.

Doueliz (Boueliz), Deueliz, Douelie, Duuelie, Duueliz:
-, Eustace de, 46.
-,-, Hugh brother of, 46.
-, Robert de (?), 41.
-, Roger de, 9, 22, 25, 38, 42–45, 48, 52, 68, 489.
-, William de, 46.

Doueliz. See Dowlish.

Doulkot, Doultecote, Doultincote. See Dulcot.

Doulting, Doultyng, Dulting, Dultinges, Dultyng, Dultynges, 117, 291, 477.
-, church of, 104, 291, 296, 393, 399, 521.
-, patrons of, 399.
-, rectors of, 521.
-, vicar of, 290.
-, vicarage of, 104, 399, 521.
-, quarry at, 291.
-, Wotton's mead in, 291.

Doultingcote. See Dulcot.

Dounbar, Patrick de, earl of la Marche, 313.

Doundray. See Dundry.

Dourle (Bourle), Deurle, John (Joh'eus ?) de, 502–504.

Dover [Kent], 13.
-, archbishop of 449. See Canterbury.

Doverhay, Dovery, 355.

Dower, plea of, 316.

Dowlish Wake, Doueliz, church of, 309.

Downhead, Dunhed, chapel of, 522.

Dozeins, suits of, 306.

Draclyve, John, 341.

Drake, Philip, 370.

Draper, John le, the, 87, 123.

Draycot, Dreicot, Dreycote, 470, 500, 504.
-, manor of, 198.

Draycote:
-, Hugh de 221.
-, John de, 208, 225, 331.
-,-, of Redlynoh, 198.
-, Thomas (de), 369, 374, 375.
-,-, of Wells, 370–372.
-, William, 330.

Drayton:
-, John, 503.
-, Richard canon of Wells, 378, 445.
-,-, prebendary of Combe nona, 284, 287. of White Lackington, 445.
-,-, chantry of, 445.

Dreicot, Dreycote. See Draycot.

Drift upon the moors, 269, 316, 345, 346, 415, 416.

Drokenesford. See Droxford.

Drokensford, Drokenesford, Drokenesforde, Droknesforde:
-, Andrew de, canon of Wells, 199.
-,-, prebendary of Yatton, 207.
-, John de canon of Wells, 193, 194.
-,-, bishop elect, 164.
-,-, bishop of Bath and Wells, 154–156, 171–173, 175–180, 182–186, 188–190, 193–201, 203–206, 209–211, 213–216, 222, 223, 225, 226, 311, 385–390, 393, 397, 428–430, 443, 475, 480–485, 493, 495, 533–535, 550.
-,-, steward of, 32, 154, 175.
-,-, household of, 196, 197.
-,-, death of, 218.
-,-, burial of, 232, 448. See Bibliography.
-, Mary de wife of John de Clevedon, 501.
-, Michael de, prebendary of Dulcot, 265.
-, Philip de, 495.
-, Roger, 548.

Drove:
-, Robert de la, 340.
-, Walter de la, 340.

Droxford [Hants.], Drokenesford, 495.

Dru, Drugh':
-, [ ], 333.
-, John, Lucy relict of, 333.
-, Stephen, 343.
-, W., 327. See Stanton Drew.

Drugeman, James, 401.

Dublin, archbishop of. See Comyn.

Duc. See Duk.

Duddele, Doddelegh:
-, fratres de, 163.
-, Thomas de, 164.

Duddesdene, John de, 180.

Dudecote, William, 469.

Dudeman the clerk, yeoman of the treasurer of Wells, 97.

Dudemerton, John de, vicar of St. Mary de Stall Bath, 386.

Dudeston. See Biddestone.

Duduc Dodoco Dudocus, bishop of Somerset, 12, 431, 454.

Duk, Due:
-, Roger le, 475.
-, Walter le, 78.

Dulcot, Doulkot, Doultecote, Doultincote, Doultingcote, Dultecote, Dulticotan, Dultinchot, Dultinchote, Dultingchot, Dultingcota, Dultingcote, Dultyngcote, 53, 107, 114, 150, 307, 379, 429, 533, 534.
-, a prebend of Wells with Chilcot, 33, 196, 255.
-, prebendary of, 265, 299.

Dullok:
-, William, 515.
-,-, Lucy wife of, 515.

Dultecote. Dulticotan, Dultinchot, Dultinchote. See Dulcot.

Dultincote, Dultingcot, Dultingcote, Richard de, 105, 106, 108, 148.

Dulting, Dultinges. See Doulting.

Dultingchot, Dultingcot, Dultingcota, Dultingcote. See Dulcot, Dultincote.

Dultyng, Gilbert de, 10.

Dultyng, Dultynges. See Doulting.

Dultyngcote. See Dulcot.

Dumbeltone. See Dombelton.

Dun, Henry le, citizen of Salisbury, 140.

Dunden, manor of, 229, 230.

Dunden, Dundon. See Compton Dundon.

Dundry, Doundray, Dundray, Dundreg:
-, a member of Chew, 136, 429.
-, Breche in 136.
-, high street of, 136.
-, chapel of, 406.

Dunefde. See Dunheved.

Duneford. See Donniford.

Dunehave. See Dunheved.

Dunepol, Dinepol, Richard de, 56.

Dunesford. See Dunsford.

Dunestor, Dunestorra. See Dunster.

Dunhed. See Downhead.

Dunheved, Dunefde, Dunehave, Dunheva, Dunheve, Dunhevede:
-, Ernisius de, 37, 202, 402.
-, Walter de, 18, 29, 477, 486.
-,-, kinsmen of. See Lecton.

Dunkery, Dunnecray (Dunneray), 355.

Dunnewere in North Curry, 411.

Dunnyng, John, 382.

Dunsford [Devon], Dunesford, dean of, 19.

Dunstan, Saint, 439.
-, archbishop of Canterbury, 449.

Dunstanville Dunstavill, Walter de, 7, 21, 42.

Dunster, Donesterre, Dunestor, Dunestorra, Dunsterre, 324, 520.
-, lord of, 324.
-, deanery, chapter of, 38.
-, church of, 440.
-, prior of, 113.

Dunsterre, Donesterre, Dunstorr, Dunstorre:
-, Gilbert de, 3.
-,-, monk of Bath, 94.
-,-, subprior of Bath, 102.
-, Martin de, monk of Bath, 113.
-,-, prior of Dunster, 113.
-, Matthew de, monk of Bath, 113.

Dunyngton, Robert, 268.

Durand, Durannus, 139.
-, chaplain 40.
-, prior of Montacute, 57.
-, Adam son of, 46, 493.
-, Roger son of, 46.
-,-, Cristina wife or, 46.
-, William son of, Ralph son of, 493.

Durborough. lord of, 519.

Durburgh, Derberghe, Derburgh:
-, John de, 324, 495, 520.
-, Walter de, 512.

Durham bishop of. See Flambard, Pudsey, le Poer, Kirkham, Bek, Bury, Skirlawe.

Durston, Dorston, 417. See Buokland.

Duuelie, Duueliz. See. Doueliz.

Duyn, Duyne, John, 223.

Dychesgate, Dychysyate. See Ditcheat.

Dyer Dyere:
-, Godfrey, 507.
-, Nicholas the, 202.
-, Richard (the), 79, 435.
-, alias de Well', Robert, vicar of Wells, 132. See Teyntor.

Dyk, Nicholas, 81.

Dylyngtone. See Dilintona.

Dynam, Dynant, Dynham. See Dinan.

Dynche.See Lynche.

Dynra, Dynre. See Dinder, Dinra.

E

Eadgar, king of the English, of all Britain, 449.

Eadithe, Eadgida, Eadgifu, Eadgyda Eadgyth, Edgythe:
-, mother of King Eadred, 449.
-, queen of Edward the Confessor, 12, 16, 428, 434.
-, sister of Earl Harold, 16.

Eadred king of the English, 449, 450.
-, mother of, 449.

Eadveard, Eadward. See Edward.

Eadwine duke, 428.

Earl, Erl, Url:
-, Henry le, 336.
-, Robert le, 338.
-, W., 267.
-, William the, 361.

Easton near Westbury, Eastun, Eston, Estone, 379, 429.
-, bishop's fee or manor of, 198, 252.
-, brethren's fee of 253.
-, Milton's fee in, 253, 456.

Easton. See Batheaston, Crux Easton.

Easton in Gordano, Eiston, Eston, Estun:
-, church of, 51, 80.
-, a prebend of Wells, 51, 130, 256, 486.
-, prebendary of, 80, 119, 130, 159, 182, 299.

Easton, Stone, Eston Minor, Stonestun, Stonyeston, 117, 158.
-, chapel of, 398.

Ebbor, Æbbewyrth, 429.

Ebeburn, Ebleburn, Thomas de, canon of Salisbury, 76, 94.

Eboraco:
-, John de. 432.
-, Ralph de, canon of Salisbury, 76, 94.
-, W. de, provost of Beverley, canon of Wells, 94.
-,-, justice, 123. See, York.

Edel, widow, 353.

Edelmesdon, Edelmesdone. See Idson.

Edeston. See Ediston, Idson.

Edgythe. See Eadithe.

Edigheston, Edighston. See Ediston, Idson.

Edingdon, Edingtone, Edyngdon, Edyngton, Edyngtone, Hedyngton:
-, Robert de, vicar of Westbury, 265.
-, Thomas de, prebendary of Whitchurch, 269.
-, William de, 194–196, 203.

Ediston, Edeston, Edigheston, Edmeston, Edmyston, Edustune, Edyngston, Edyngton, Edynguston:
-, Henry de, 513.
-,-, John son of, 513.
-, Hugh de, 511.
-, Matthew de, 512.
-,-, Agnes wife of, 512.
-, Michael de, 508, 513–516, 518, 519.
-,-, Agnes wife of, 518.
-,-, Joan wife of, 507, 508.
-, William (de), 508, 511–517.
-,-, Eust' de, 512.
-,-, Henry brother of, 515.
-,-, Henry son of, 513, 515. Conilla wife of, 513. John son of, 517. See William.

Ediston, Edistone. See Idson.

Edmeston. See Ediston, Idson.

Edmund:
-, the hunter, 9.
-, thegn of King Eadred, 449.

Edmyston. See Ediston, Idson.

Eduacer, William son of, 20.

Edustune. See Ediston, Idson.

Edward the Elder, Eadveard, king of the Angul Saxons, 454.
-, charter of, 450.

Edward the Confessor, Eadward, king of England, 16.
-, charters of, 12, 16, 313, 428.
-, queen of. See Eadithe.

Edward I, king of England, 61, 111–113, 146, 147, 166–169, 204, 220, 221, 225, 309, 311, 354, 444, 529.
-, award of concerning the throne of Scotland, 313.
-, charters of, 151, 152, 256, 313, 404, 426, 434, 472.
-, commission by, 363.
-, congé d' élire, by, 111.
-, first parliament of, 311.
-, patents of, 306, 352, 391, 404, 405, 434, 532.
-, writ of, 313.
-, queen of. See Eleanor, Margaret.
-, Edward son of. See Edward II.
-, treasurer of, 214, 313, 352, 405.

Edward II, king of England, 61, 171, 172, 175, 176, 180, 199, 200, 211, 225, 226, 256.
-, charter of, 497.
-, inspeximus by, 493–495.
-, patents of, 185, 311, 313, 428, 429, 431, 444, 447.
-, petition of, 214.
-, butler of, 176.
-, steward of, 494.
-, treasurer of, 176, 179, 200, 428.

Edward III, king of England, 220, 225, 230, 235, 240, 245, 262, 292, 379, 393, 395, 406, 430, 497, 544, 549, 551.
-, charter of, 426.
-, inspeximus by, 258, 260, 406, 434, 496.
-, patents of, 225, 367, 406, 473, 482.
-, queen of. See Philippa.
-, Edward son of. See below.
-, sister of, 231, 232.
-, almoner of, 235.
-, ministers of, 223.
-, yeoman of, 240.

Edward IV, king of England:
-, pardons by, 407, 424.
-, patents of, 424.

Edward son of Edward III, duke ('earl') of Cornwall, 245, 496.
-, guardian of England, 245, 246, 496.
-, earl of Chester, 496.

Edward son of Henry VI, prince of Wales, 407.

Edward, 163, 430.
-, Richard son of, 475.

Edward, John 338.

Edwyne, William, 335.

Edwyneston. See Idstone.

Edyngdon, Edyngton, Edyngtone. See Edingdon.

Edyngston Edyngton, Edynguston. See Ediston.

Edyston. See Idson.

Effubli. See Desfuble.

Egeblaunoh, Peter de, bishop of Hereford, 257.

Egelfrid, 429.

Egelmer. See Eilmer.

Egelnod, Egelnold. See Aegelnod.

Egelric, bishop of Selsey, 428.

Eggolfs, John, 338.

Eggwin, 23.

Egrove in St. Decumans, Ivigrave, 45.

Eilmer, Agelmar, Egelmer 429.
-, bishop of Elmham, 428.

Eilwi, 429.

Eistone. See Easton.

Elcombe, John, vicar of Wells, 258.

Eleanor:
-, queen of Henry III, 97.
-,-, of Edward I, 204.
-, sister of Edward III, 231, 232.

Elections, 98, 111–114, 167, 310, 312, 476.
-, constitution concerning, 283.
-, of bishop, 62–65, 72, 73, 76, 90–99, 101–103, 111, 113, 115–120, 127, 218, 223, 266, 298, 529, 530.
-,-, agreement concerning, 64, 115, 116, 127.
-,-, dispute concerning, 76, 90–99, 115–120.
-,-, provision concerning, 101, 115, 116, 127, 129, 529, 530.
-,-, bull concerning, 364.
-, of dean, 34, 65, 137, 138, 151, 231, 233, 235, 236, 263–266, 282–284, 403.
-, of mayor, 260, 261.
-, per viam compromissi, 62–65, 102, 113, 310.
-, per inspirationem, 223, 283.

Elewell, Elewelle. See Elwelle.

Elfgar, 429.

Elfgeat, 429.

Elfstan, 429.

Eli. See Ely.

Elias, 46.
-, the archdeacon's man, 40.
-, the chaplain, 43, 58, 487, 491.
-,-, canon of Wells, 27–29, 135, 150, 307, 492.
-,-, prebendary of Compton Bishop, 28, 492. of Huish, 47.
-, chaplain of Hugh bishop of Lincoln, 432.
-,-, parson of Compton Bishop, 27, 492.
-,-, obit of, 5, 29.
-, chaplain of Cheddar, 43, 44.
-, master of St. John's hospital Bristol, 2, 72.
-, steward of the archdeacon of Bath, 93.

Eliet:
-, John, the elder, 350.
-,-, the younger, 350.

Eling, Henry de, canon of Exeter, 54, 55.

Elisandre. See Alexander.

Ellewrd, Ellewrth:
-, John de, vicar of Wells, 132.
-, Ralph de, 45.

Ellewrth. See Elworthy.

Elluca. See Fieschi.

Elmham, Elmeham:
-, Simon de, 480.
-, William de, 12.
-,-, Nicholas the clerk, son of, 12.

Elmham, bishop of. See Eilmer. See also Norwich, Thetford.

Eluestona. See Alveston.

Elwelle. Elewell, Elewelle, Thomas, vicar of Wells, 292, 296, 303.

Elworthy, Ellewrth, rector of, 279.

Ely [Cambs.]:
-, archdeacon of, 21.
-, bishop of. See Nigel, Ridel, Longchamp, Eustace, de Burgh, Northwolde, Luda, Hothum.

Ely. Eli, Hely:
-, Richard of, alias Fitz Neale, archdeacon of Ely, 21.
-,-, bishop of London, 56, 491.
-, William de, 23, 57, 479.

Emborough, Emeleb', Emnebergh, Emnelig', Empnebergh:
-, Bartholomew de, 139, 202, 476, 495, 496.
-, Richard de, 158.

Emesone, Walter, 345.

Emmes, William, 349.

Emilena, 443.

Emnebergh, Emnelig', Empnebergh. See Emborough.

Empnete. See Nempnett.

Enclosures, 8, 11, 28, 71, 78, 145, 161, 181, 184, 186, 187, 219, 220, 226–228, 317–319, 321–323, 326, 362, 408, 411, 412, 416, 417, 419, 423, 484, 495, 520. See Assart purprestures.

Endford, Eneford John (de), 503, 505.

Eneheye (?), 325.

Engayn, Engayne:
-, Henry de, 153.
-, John de, 70.

Enge, John, subescheator in Somerset, 186.

Engelard:
-, the chamberlain, 421.
-,-, William nephew of, 421.

Engestrigge. See Henstridge.

England:
-, bishops of. See Bishops.
-, king's boroughs of, 13.
-, guardian of, 245, 246, 424, 496.
-, lord of, 8.
-, justice of. See Justice.
-, chancellor of. See Chancellor.
-, constable of. See Bohun.
-, marshal of. See Bygot, Marshal.
-, nobles of, 117.
-, Italians beneficed in, 85.

Englefeld, William de, justice, 319.

Englesham. See Inglesham.

Ercheffont, Simon, 271.

Erdeslegh, Erdesleygh, Yerdeligh, Yerdesleygh, Philip (de), vicar of Wells, 273, 277, 283, 284, 287, 292.

Erdington. Thomas de, 7, 311.

Erghum, Ergham:
-, Gilbert de, 356.
-,-, Agnes wife of, 356.
-, Ralph (de), archdeacon of Taunton. 408.
-,-, bishop of Bath and Wells, 299, 301–304, 356–358, 394, 401, 405, 407, 408. of Salisbury, 299, 407.
-,-, sister of, 356, 442.
-,-, registrar of, 408.
-,-, executors of, 441.
-,-, chantry and obit of, 356, 441, 442.

Erl. See Earl.

Erlegh, Derlee, Erle, Erlee, Erleghe, Eylee, Herlegha:
-, Adam de, 39.
-, Henry de, 11.
-, John de, 189, 221, 228, 316, 324, 351–353, 408, 412, 423, 495, 520.
-, Roland de.152. See Somerton.

Ermenteriis. See Armenteriis.

Ernald:
-, the clerk, 69.
-, master, 470.
-, the parson, 470, 480. See Theobald, son of.

Ernisius, canon of Wells, 50.

Ernulf, nephew of Iterius Buoard, 490.

Ernysshille, John, 425.

Escamel, William, 93. Compare Scamel.

Escheator, the king's, in Somerset, 368, 372, 424.
-, subescheator, 186.
-, in Somerset, Dorset, Cornwall and Devon, 473.
-, north of Trent, 183.
-, south of Trent, 183, 186, 201. See Wells.

Escoker. See Coker, East.

Esdene, William de, 157.

Esegar. See Esgar.

Esex, John de, monk of Bath, 172.

Esgar, Esegar. 353, 428.

Eshull. See Ashill.

Esplegh, Espele, Robert de, vicar of Milverton, 184, 549.
-, Compare Haspale.

Essa, Esse. See Ash.

Essebury. See Ashbury.

Essewica. See Ashwick.

Essex:
-, proceedings in, 496.
-, archdeacon of, 56, 289.
-, earl of. See Bohun, Peter (son of).

Est:
-, Alice, of Barton, 336.
-, Richard, 339.

Est', William de, 507.

Estbaggebergh. See Bagborough.

Estbrent, Estbrente, Estbrynte. See Brent.

Estcoker. See Coker.

Esterclive, 11.

Estermere, Walter, 328.

Estharpetre. See Harptree.

Esthornyngdon. See Horrington.

Estloccom. See Luccombe.

Estmere, Thomas de, 332, 425.

Eston, Estona, Estone:
-, Albert de, 480.
-, John de, 514.
-, Michael de, canon of Wells, 190, 207, 214, 215, 231, 235, 236, 241, 535.
-,-, succentor of Wells, 198, 222, 448, 538, 542.

Eston, Estone. See Easton.

Eston' Crok'. See Crux Easton.

Eston Minor, William de, 97.

Eston Minor. See Easton (Stone).

Estona. See Batheaston.

Estpennard. See Pennard.

Estrepe, 354.

Estret. See Street.

Estrete, Roger de, 374.

Estrilda, of Bath, 144.

Estun. See Easton.

Eswelle, Elias de, 479.

Ethenam. See Henant.

Etirhampton. See Otterhampton.

Eton:
-, Geoffrey de, canon of Wells, 212.
-,-, prebendary of Ilton, 212.
-, William Laurenz de, rector of Uphill, 483.

Eucharist:
-, bread for the, 212.
-, pyx for the, 257.

Eudo, the sewer (dapifer ), 14.

Eueroriz. See Evercriz.

Euse, Gaucelin de, cardinal of St. Marcellinus & St. Peter and nuncio, 186.

Eust' (Hughes?), William, de Edeston, 512.

Eustace:
-, bishop of Ely, 64, 310, 432.
-, master, 430.
-, prior of Glastonbury, 360.
-, Geoffrey son of, 479.

Eustace:
-, Roger, 106.
-, of Mudgely, 446.

Eva:
-, servant of Lucy Lundreys, 166.
-, widow, 353.

Evecriz. See Evercreech.

Everard:
-, Hugh, canon of Wells, 111, 148, 163, 164, 220, 367, 531.
-, John, vicar of Wells, 238.
-,-, escheator of Wells, 238.
-, Richard, 369, 374, 375, 516, 518.
-, Thomas, 518.
-, William, 2, 143, 312.

Evercreech, Evecriz, Evercrich, Evercriz, Evercrych, Everecrich, Everecriz, Everecrych, Evorcric, 136, 145, 238, 302, 303, 387, 395, 429, 449, 477, 540.
-, manor of, 147, 439.
-, jurisdiction in, 537.
-, field names in or near, 145.
-, bishop's chapel in 243.
-,-, hall at, 541.
-, church of, 51, 196, 203, 390, 439, 533, 545.
-, vicarage of, 390. See Smaldon.

Evercriz (Eueroriz):
-, [ ] de, 432.
-, Ralph de, 19.
-, Richard de, 97.

Everdon, Everdone:
-, Henry de, vicar of Corston, 387.
-, Peter de, 55.
-, S. de, the king's clerk, canon of Wells, 92, 94.
-, Silvester de, rector of Norton under Hamdon, 399.
-,-, bishop of Carlisle, 257.

Everecrich, Everecriz, Everecrych. See Evercreech.

Evesceia. See Evestie.

Evesham [Wore]:
-, abbot of, 478.
-, prior of, 364.

Evesham. Euesham, Heuesham:
-, Nicholas de, 129, 478.
-,-, canon of Wells, 82, 84, 130, 470.
-,-, prebendary of St. Decumans, 83, 86, 122.
-,-, executors of, 83.
-, Robert de, rector of Christian Malford, 84–86, 89, 129, 131, 470, 478.

Evestie, Evesceia, Geofaustige, 440.

Evorcric. See Evercreech.

Evorwacer, 429.

Ewell [Kent], Ewelle, 363.

Ewyas, Ewias:
-, Robert de, 234.
-, Sibyl de, lady of Burnham, 47.
-, William de, 47.

Ewyas Harold [Hereford], priory of, 234.

Exacestre, Excestre. See Exeter.

Exchequer, the king's, 21, 146, 199, 261.
-, at Westminster, 175.
-, barons of, 179, 180, 497.
-, chamberlains of, 175, 497.
-, treasurer of, 175, 179, 180.
-, commission of, 528.
-, exemplification issued by, 497.
-, recognisance at, 428.
-, suit in, 530.
-, tallies of, 128, 169, 176, 199.
-, writ of, 176. See Wells (bishop).

Excommunication:
-, sentence of, 30, 73, 75, 85, 93, 112, 115, 124, 125, 127, 150, 236, 257, 264, 266, 287, 289, 307, 366, 396, 415, 416, 489, 492, 534, 543, 544.
-, threat of, 76, 82, 87, 178, 185, 224, 238, 240, 242, 243, 247, 392, 437, 447, 451, 453, 459, 465, 538, 542, 544.

Exeford. See Exford.

Exeter [Devon], Exacestre, 265, 364.
-, liberties of, 3, 121.
-, citizens of, 3, 121.
-, bailiffs of, 3, 121.
-, diocese of, 120.
-, bishop of, 130, 225. See Leofric, Osbern, Warlewast, Chichester, Warlewast, Exeter, John, Marshall, Apulia, Briwer, le Blund, Exeter, Button, Stapeldon, Grandison, Brantingham.
-, archdeacon of, 20, 27, 43, 68, 69, 455. See Oxford.
-, cathedral church of St. Peter in, 294.
-,-, nave of, 294.
-,-, chantry in, 294.
-,-, tomb in, 294.
-,-, altar wardens, 294.
-,-, clerks of the second form, 294.
-,-, choristers, 294.
-,-, mass priests, 294.
-,-, vicars of, 294.
-, dean of, 365, 487, 488.
-, dean and chapter of, 294, 295, 382, 397.
-, canons of, 20, 54, 55, 130, 294, 295, 382.
-, chancellor of, 229, 487.
-, chaplain of, 68.
-, precentor of, 20, 55.
-, treasurer of, 365.
-, church of St. Lawrence, rector of, 543.

Exeter, Excestre, Exonia:
-, Bartholomew of, bishop of Exeter, 20, 22.
-, Gilbert de, 56.
-, John de, 3.
-, John le Poth of, 78.
-,-, Juliana de Woky wife of, 78.
-, Peter of, bishop of Exeter, 61.
-, William de, skinner, 259.
-,-, vicar of Old Cleeve, 386.

Exford, Exeford, advowson of, 495.

Exmoor forest, Exmore, perambulation of, 355.

Exonia. See Exeter.

Extent, 261.
-, of Bicknoller, 348–351.
-, of Biddisham, 346–348.
-, execution by, 513.

Exton, church of, 248.

Eylee. See Erlegh.

Eymeric, master, 453.
-, Compare Hemer'.

Eyr, Eyre:
-, Adam le, 240, 243.
-, John le, 259.
-, Richard le, 241, 258, 464.
-,-, steward of Wells guild, 262.
-, Walter le, 240, 243, 410, 422.
-,-, of Barowe, Isabel daughter and heir of, 503.

Eyre. See Assize, Somerset.



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