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Faace, Nicholas, vicar of Wells, 296.

Faber:
-, John, 327, 328.
-, Robert, 341. See also Smith.

Facunberg. See Fauconberge.

Fagenham, Adam de, 194.

Fairfield, Fayrefeld, Fayrefild, Fayrefyld, 508, 519.
-, lord of, 507, 517, 518.

Fairmay, Farmey, Fayremay, Fayrmay:
-, Robert (de), 61, 315.
-,-, vicar of Wells, 192.
-, Walter, 181.

Falesham, Gosbert de, official of archdeacon Button, 411.

Fall, Stephen del, 425.

Fallewell, Peter de, rector of East Coker 294.

Fallow, 114, 122, 245, 337, 340, 343, 344, 346, 366, 426.

Fangfos, Phangfoss:
-, Robert de, 103.
-,-, canon of Wells, 34.

Fareham, North [Hants]. See Whipstrode.

Farendone. See Faringdon.

Farenton. See Farrington.

Farewey, Fareweye:
-, Simon de, 443, 550.
-,-, of Exeter diocese, notary public, 548, 549, 551.

Faringdon, Farrington [Hants], Ferendon, 54, 55.

Faringdon [Berks] or Farringdon [Dorset], Farendone in Salisbury diocese, 549.

Farleghe. Ralph de, 504.

Farley [Wilts], Fernleg', priory of, 431.

Farman. John de, rector of Charlton Mackrell, 383.

Farmey. See Fairmay.

Farndon, Farnedon, Frandon:
-, Walter (de), 200, 210, 212, 227, 229, 250, 536.
-,-, Maud wife of, 536.

Farrer, John, atte Yerde, 349.

Farringdon in Stogursey, Faryngdon, fee of, 508.

Farringdon [Dorset]. See Faringdon [Berks].

Farrington. See Faringdon.

Farrington Gurney, Farenton, Ferenton, Ferentun, Fernh', Fernthon, Fernton, 94, 96, 97, 101, 102, 111, 116, 117, 218, 529, 530.

Faryngdon, See Farringdon.

Fassal. See Vassal.

Fauconberge, Facunberg, Faucunberge:
-, Eustace de, justice, 10.
-,-, bishop of London, 8, 360, 494, 497.
-, Peter de, 450. See Milton.

Fauconer. John, 370.

Faukes, William, 369.

Faxfleet [Yorks.], Faxflete, 444.

Fayrefeld, Fayrefild, Fayrefyld. See Fairfield.

Fayremay, Fayrmay. See Fairmay.

Feldwal, 347.

Fellard, William, 107, 511.

Fendescumb wood, 78.

Fenna, Fenne:
-, Hugh atte, 411.
-, Richard de, 43, 487.
-, Robert de la, 354.
-, Thomas atte, vicar of Pucklechurch, 487, 488.

Fenny Stanton. See Stanton.

Ferendon. See Faringdon.

Ferenton, Ferentun. See Farrington.

Ferers, Fereres, John de, 256, 354.
-, Compare Farrer, Ferour, Ferrers.

Feringes:
-, Geoffrey de. precentor of Chichester, 140.
-,-, rector of Chisledon, 140.

Ferlinge, Ferlyng, Ferlyngg:
-, William atte, de la, 181, 422.
-,-, William son of, 224.
-,-, Juliana daughter of, 186.

Ferlingmere, Ferlingmer, Ferlyngmere, Ferningemere, 179, 227, 228, 313.

Fernbant, Nicholas, 260.

Fernellis. See Furneaux.

Fernh'. See Farrington.

Ferningemere. See Ferlingmere.

Fernleg'. See Farley.

Fernthon, Fernton. See Farrington.

Ferour, Ferror, Ferur:
-, Geoffrey le, of Wells, 142.
-,-, Edith wife of, 142.
-,-, Isabel wife of, 142.
-,-, obit of, 142.
-, Richard, 281, 291, 373.
-, Stephen, vicar probationer, 262.
-, William le, 375, 376.
-,-, Compare Ferers, Ferrers.

Ferraria, Bernerius de 421.

Ferrers, Ferrariis, William de, earl, 528.

Ferror. See Ferour.

Fersshforde, Robert de, 259.

Ferthing, Ferthyng:
-, William (atte, de la), 351, 352, 355.
-,-, of Knap, 355.
-,-, Edith daughter of, 351, 352.
-,-, Emma daughter of, 352.
-,-, Joan daughter of, 351, 352, 355.
-,-, John son of, 351, 352.
-,-, Juliana daughter of, 351, 352.
-,-, Sarah (wife of?), 355.

Ferur. See Ferour.

Feure, Robert, vicar of St. Decumans, 537.

Feynnes. See Fiennes.

Fhisshere. See Fisher.

Fichet, Fychet:
-, John, of Cannington, 517.
-, Richard, 41, 432.
-, Robert, 493.
-, Thomas, 288.

Fiddington, Fityngton, Fytyngton, church of, 250.

Fiennes, Feynnes, Engeran de, steward of, 446.

Fieschi, Flisco:
-, Luke (Elluca) de, 211.
-,-, cardinal of St. Mary in Via Lata, and nuncio, 186.
-, Ottobonus, cardinal of St. Adrian and legate, 436.
-,-, constitutions of, 103, 200, 323.
-, William, cardinal of St. Eustace, 130.

Fifhida. See Fitzhead.

Fifhide:
-, John de, vicar of Wells, 226.
-,-, Compare Fyshyde.

Fifida. See Fitzhead.

Fikays, Nicholas, 368.

Finel, 417.

Fingest [Bucks.], Tinghurst, 471.

Finmere [Oxon], Fynemere, Fynnemere, 485.

Firma unius noctis, 335.

Fiscanno:
-, Hugh de, 421.
-, Richard de, 421.

Fisher, Fhisshere, Fysshere:
-, Nicholas le, 331.
-, Robert le, 329.

Fisheries, 87, 189, 227, 228, 272, 285, 287, 288, 318, 320, 324, 326, 329, 425–427, 429, 439, 444, 464, 473, 475.

Fiskerton:
-, Thomas de canon of Lincoln, 367.
-,-, chaplain of bishop Hugh, 401.

Fisoure, de. See Fitzurse.

Fisseburn, Thomas de, 391.

Fitelton, John (de), 325, 427.

Fityngton. See Fiddington.

Fitzalan. See Alan (son of).

Fitzgerald. See Gerald (son of).

Fitzharding. See Hardin (son of).

Fitzhead, Fifhida, Fifida, 429, 439.
-, chapel of, 67.

Fitz James, Fitziamis:
-, James, 288.
-,-, chancellor of Wells, 35.
-, John, 498, 499.

Fitz Neale. See Ely.

Fitz Payn, Fypain, Pagani:
-, John, 327.
-, Robert, 78, 79, 184, 316.
-,-, 'baron', 404.
-, Roger, 184, 362.
-, alias de Renni, Robert, 19. See Payn, Regny; also Wootton.

Fitzurse, de Fisoure, de Fizhours, le Fuizurz, Sisours:itzurse, de Fisoure, de Fizhours, le Fuizurz, Sisours:
-, Ralph, 184, 324, 388, 495, 520.
-, Richard, 45.
-, Robert, 45.

Fitzwalter, Robert., 311, 528. See Walter (son of).

Fivehead. See Cathanger, Stowey.

Fizhours. See Fitzurse.

Flaghes, Flaghces, Flaghis, Edith, 280.

Flamang. See Flemyng.

Flambard, Ralph, bishop of Durham, 15.

Flemyng, Flamang, Flammang, Flamming, Flandrensis, Flemeng:
-, Roger le, 201.
-, Stephen, 9.
-, Walter le, 108.
-, William, 19, 39, 53.
-,-, of Dinder, 496.

Fleyshackare, Richard le, 502.

Flisco. See Fieschi.

Flodyat:
-, Walter atte, 351, 352.
-,-, Maud wife of, 351, 352.

Florence [Italy], 396.
-, merchants of, 119, 127, 128, 478.

Florence, Floress, count of Holland, 313.

Floridus, brother of Buckland hospital, 45.

Flory, Fluri, Flury:
-, John 179.
-, Randolph de, 79, 493. See Withiel.

Foghell, Robert de, 212.

Foghler, Foulegeler, Vowzeler:
-, John, 518.
-, William, 517, 518, 520.

Foke, John, 500.

Folebrok, Robert de, 156.

Folham. See Fulham.

Foliano, Boniface de 109.

Foliot:
-, Gilbert, bishop of London 20, 22, 56, 491.
-, Ralph, archdeacon of Hereford, 21.
-, Richard, archdeacon of Colchester, 56.
-,-, of Stoke, 432.
-, Robert, bishop of Hereford, 22.

Folkes moor, Folkesmor, Folkesmore, Folkesmour, 187, 288, 419.

Fontanensis ecclesia, episcopus, 115. See Wells.

Fonte:
-, John de, 79.
-, Lawrence de, 110, 315, 319, 320.
-, Peter de, Richard son of, 107.
-, Richard de, 71, 351, 352, 355, 413.
-,-, Cicely wife of, 351, 352. See Welle.

Ford near Wivelisoombe, Forda, 429.

Ford [Devon]:
-, abbot of, 40, 50.
-, prior of, 50.
-, monk of, 40.

Ford, Forde. See Bathford.

Ford, Forda, Forde:
-, Elias de la, 360, 361.
-, John atte, 370.
-, Richard de, 175.
-,-, citizen of Bath, 25.
-,-, treasurer of Wells, 197, 198, 207, 215.
-, Robert (atte, de), 259, 288, 344, 417.
-,-, of Yeovil, 370.
-, Roger de, abbot of Glastonbury, 137, 310.
-, Stephen de, citizen of Salisbury, 140.
-, Walter de la, 319.
-,-, of Yatton, 156.
-, William (atte, de, de la), 79, 198, 206, 350, 362, 526.
-,-, the younger, 363.
-,-, baron of the Exchequer, 497.
-,-, of Yatton, canon of Wells, 156. See Iford, Vadis.

Fordham, Fordam:
-, John (de), dean of Wells, 284, 286, 288, 290.
-,-, election of 282–284. disputed, 288.
-,-, vicar of Wells, 162.

Forest:
-, charter of the, 256, 257. See Congresbury, Curry (North).
-, New [Hants], 439, 440.

Forest, John, dean of Wells, 329, 391, 455, 462, 465, 468, 505, 509.

Forester, 87, 354, 355.
-, Henry the, 184.
-, William the, 477. See Newton. Compare Forster.

Forests in Somerset, perambulations of, 354, 355. See Exmoor, Mendip, Neroche, Petherton (North). Selwood.

Fornaus, Forneaus, Fornellis. See Furneaux.

Fornication, simple, 539.

Fornieux. See Furneaux.

Forshete (Forshefe), 354.

Forster, Hugh, 499.
-, Compare Forester.

Fortis, le Fort:
-, John, canon of Wells, 5, 80, 84, 89, 134.
-,-, prebendary of Ilton, 43, 44.
-,-, chancellor of Wells, 43, 44, 100, 136, 137, 141, 145, 308, 531.
-,-, bequest of books by, 152.

Forz, Fortibus, William de, 2, 6. See Vivona.

Fot, John, 151.

Foulegeler. See Foghler.

Fouracre in Bishops Lydeard, 32.

Fox:
-, J., 330.
-, Richard (le), 100.
-,-, bishop of Bath and Wells, 481.

Foxcote, Walter de, 548.

Foxle:
-, John de, 526.
-,-, justice, 184.
-, R. de, 525.

Foy [Hereford], Foye, church of, 234.

France, 118, 119.
-, church of, 403.
-, war with, 290.

Franceis, Franceys, Francus. See Frensche.

Frandon. See Farndon.

Frank. See Frensche.

Frankelayn, Frankeleyn, Fraunkeleyn:
-, John, 259.
-, Nicholas, 259.
-, William, 334, 379.

Franklins, 439.

Frankpledge, view of, 259, 318, 322.

Fraperue, Rose, 126.

Frater. See Brether.

Fraternity. See St. Andrew.

Fraunceys. See Frensche.

Fraunkeleyn. See Frankelayn.

Fraxino. John de, of Stone Easton, 158.
-, Compare Ash, Nasshe.

Fréjus [France], archdeacon of, 247.

Frelond:
-, Walter, provost of Wells, 302.
-,-, rector of Christian Malford, 302.

Fremigham, Ralph de, canon of Wells, 34.

Fremond, Andrew, 503.

Frende. See Croke.

Frensche, Franceis, Franceys, Francus, Frank, Fraunceys, Frenshe, Fronc:
-, Eborard le, burgess of Bristol, 372.
-,-, Isabel daughter of, 372.
-,-, executors of, 372.
-, Geoffrey, 19, 39.
-, John (le), 259, 344.
-, Nicholas, 229.
-, Richard (le), 25, 77.
-, Robert le, 77.
-, Thomas (le), 108, 148.
-,-, steward of bishop Button, 100.
-, Walter (le), 490.
-,-, heirs of, 332.
-, William, 420.

Frere, John, toukere, 259.
-, Compare Brether.

Freskewatere, Andrew de, 120.

Freys (Irevs). See Fry, Irish.

Frie. See Fry.

Frikere, William le, 74.

Frisel:
-, Gilbert, 339.
-, Richard, 344.

Froger, bishop of Seez, 13.

Frome, dean of, 239.

Frome:
-, John (de), 163, 164.
-,-, prior of Longleat, 394.
-, Reginald de, 179.
-, Thomas, canon of Wells, 297–300, 302, 377, 441.

Fronc. See Frensche.

Fry, Freys (?), Frie Fryc:
-, Adam le, of Barton, 336.
-, Benedict or Benet (le), 410, 425, 427.
-, Henry le, 336, 363.
-, John, 336.
-, Martin le, of Barton, 362.
-, Richard le, 71, 110, 315, 320, 332, 409, 418, 421.
-, Robert le (Freys), 321.
-, Roger le, 177, 476, 484.
-, Walter (le), 71, 110, 154, 315, 319, 320, 409, 418, 420, 421, 490.
-, William le. of Barton, 362.

Fryclerk (?), John, 161.

Frysby. Fryseby, John, proctor of the court of Canterbury, 384.

Fugitives, 146, 147, 305, 312, 322, 380, 413, 438, 472. See Villeins.

Fuizurz, See Fitzurse.

Fulbrok, Fulbroke, Walter, 291, 425.

Fulconis, Robert, justice, 234.

Fulham [Midd.], Fuleham, 8, 309, 494.

Fulham, Folham, Fuleham, Fulleham.
-, Henry (de), 173, 547, 548.
-,-, canon of Wells, 222, 231, 236, 241, 246, 346, 412, 486, 535, 538, 542.

Fuller, William the, 468.

Furby, John, 506.

Furneaux, Fernellis, Fornaus, Forneaus, Fornellis, Fornieux, Furnellis, Furneux:
-, Alan de, 42, 44, 309.
-,-, justice, 83.
-,-, Geoffrey son of, 42.
-, Geoffrey de, 421.
-, Matthew de, 184.
-, Philip de, 59.
-, Simon de, 221, 227, 228.
-,-, justice, 258.

Furshull, Alice de, 349.

Fust', master, 19.

Fust, Fuste, Richard, 506.

Fychet. See Fichet.

Fynemere, Fynnemere. See Finmere.

Fynor, Richard, 425.

Fypayn. See Fitz Payn.

Fyshyde, John, 369.
-, Compare Fifhide.

Fysshere. See Fisher.

Fytyngton. See Fiddington.

G

G.:
-, abbot of Reading. See Simon.
-, clerk of bishop Roger, 308.
-, monk of Lonlay, prior of Stogursey, 367.
-, official of the archdeacon of London, 492.
-, prior of Bath. See Walter.
-, prior of Bruton, 40.
-, subprior of Bradenstock, 525, 526.

Gadinton. See Geddington.

Gaherst, Gahirst, Gahiste. See Garherst.

Gale:
-, J., 330.
-, Margery, 343.
-, Robert le, 411.

Galet, Ordric, 353.

Galeware, Andrew, 347.

Galewayn, John, Richard son of, 502.
-, Compare Kaileway.

Galienus, master, 41.

Galloway [Scotland] Gawaye, John Baillol lord of, 313.

Gallows, 146, 147, 158, 305.

Galpeins, Juliana, 513.

Gamage, Gamages, John de, abbot of Gloucester, 404.

Gant. See Gaunt.

Gaol:
-, custody of, 260, 261.
-, farmer of, 261.
-, deliveries, 332.

Gape, Geoffrey le, 72.

Gappa (?). See Crappa.

Garcelade. See Garslade.

Gardeford. See Gildeford.

Gardener, Osbert the, 100.

Gardino, William de, 340.

Gardyner:
-, Benedict, 517.
-, Henry, 425.

Garform, Garson, Walter, 515.

Garherst, Gaherst, Gahirst, Gahiste:
-, H. de, 432.
-, Hugh de, 21.
-,-, chancellor of Salisbury, 526.

Garle, Garleok, Alice, 35.

Garmund, 353.

Garre, de la. See Barre.

Garscoyne. See Gascoigne.

Garslade, Garcelade, Garselade, Garselode, Garsilade:
-, John de, 148, 166, 208, 374, 461, 468.
-,-, Joan wife of, 208.
-, Nicholas, 259.
-, Richard de, 77.
-,-, Isabel wife of, 180.
-, Thomas de, 77.
-,-, Edith wife of, 77.

Garslade. See Wells localities.

Garson. See Garform.

Garston in North Curry, 319.

Garton, Ivo de, 56.

Gasci:
-, Isnard, canon of Wells, 236.
-,-, prebendary of Wiveliscombe, 236.

Gascoigne, Garscoyne:
-, John, 259.
-, William, burgess of Wells, 435.

Gascony [France], 115.

Gatenebeřghe. See Tateneberghe.

Gatewike, Thomas de, 156.

Gatinton in the New Forest [Hants], salt works at, 439. See Keyhaven.

Gaunt, Gant:
-, Henry de, 471.
-, Maurice de 146, 444, 445, 471, 478, 479, 487, 494.
-,-, almonry built by, 444.
-,-, nephew of, 445. See John of Gaunt.

Gavel, 329–336, 342–348.
-, wood, 330, 332.

Gavelbrogg', Gavelbrugge. See Gavilbrugge.

Gaveston. Peter de, carl of Cornwall, 363.

Gavilbrugge, Gavelbrogge, Gavelbrugge, John de, 177, 476, 484.

Gaweye. See Galloway.

Geddington [N'hants], Gadinton, Gaydinton, Gaydyngton, 14, 15, 306, 494.

Geffray, Walter, 210.

Gelampton, John, 506.

Geldeford. See Gildeford.

Gele. See. Bele.

Gemel, Gymel, Gilbert, 40, 496.

Gene:
-, Thomas, 453, 456.
-,-, of Congresbury, bedel of Winterstoke, 539.
-,-, Compare Jeny.

Genoa [Italy], merchants of, 119.

Gente:
-, John, 331.
-, Richard, 331.

Gentilcorps, Peter, 503.

Geofanstige. See Evestie.

Geoffrey:
-, archdeacon of Berkshire, 20, 40.
-,-, of Salisbury, 38.
-, the carpenter, Alice daughter of, 86.
-, the clerk, 22, 39, 42, 137, 492.
-, master, 493.
-, the priest, 27.
-, prior of Holy Trinity, Canterbury, 310.
-, succentor of Wells, 39, 59.
-, Hamelin son of, 53.
-, Hamon son of. See Blakeforde.
-, John son of, 9.
-, Robert son of, 527.

George, a priest, 10.

Georges. See Gorges.

Gerald, Gerold:
-, Baldwin son of, 39.
-, Richard son of, de Tantona, 421.

Gerard. 134.
-, archbishop of York, 14.
-, cardinal of St. Stephen on the Celian hill, 440.

Gereberdeston, Thomas de, 142.

Gerebert, knight of Wellington, 244. See Wellington.

Gerle. See Gueldres.

Gerlingeton. See Yarlington.

Germ', R. son of, 14.

German:
-, the chaplain, 480.
-, the clerk, 486.

Gernevile, Gernevyle, Valentine de, vicar of Wells, 541, 544.

Gerneys (Gerveys?), William, 339.

Gernun:
-, Ralph, 7, 17.
-, William, 137.
-,-, Compare Grenun.

Gerold. See Gerald.

Gersingdon, John de, 476.

Gervase, 9.
-, canon of Exeter, 20.
-, the chaplain, 57.
-, citizen of Bath, 25.

Gervase, Walter, of co. Devon, 3.

Gerveys (?). See Gerneys.

Gessich, Gessiz, Gissach, Gissich, Gissych:
-, Adam de, 4.
-,-, canon of Wells, 5, 72, 83, 85, 86, 89, 132–134, 136, 138, 140.
-,-, official of bishop Roger, 79.
-,-, obit of, 110.

Gestum, Christmas feast called, 275, 286, 288, 329, 331–335, 337, 340–345, 348, 349.
-, described, 332, 335, 343.

Gewisi, 496.

Gibbons, Nicholas, 497.

Giffard, Giffardi, Gyfarde, Gyffard:
-, Godfrey, canon of Wells, 101, 103.
-,-, bishop of Worcester, 151, 313.
-, Robert, 202.
-,-, canon of Wells, 5, 134, 141, 531, 532.
-,-, vicar of St. Cuthbert, 135, 137, 383.
-, Walter, 56, 493.
-,-, canon of Wells, 102, 145.
-,-, bishop of Bath and Wells, 7, 104, 153, 167, 168, 311, 355, 397, 399, 472, 477, 496.
-,-, chaplain of the pope, 102.
-,-, election of, 101–103.
-,-, translated to York, 103.
-, William, 59, 104.
-,-, bishop of Winchester, 14, 15.
-,-, son of Gilbert Marshal, rector of Cheddar, 144. See Stoke (Rodney).

Gihayne, Adam, 135.

Gilbert:
-, archdeacon of Middlesex, 57.
-, canon of Wells, 178.
-, the chaplain, 145.
-, chaplain of Exeter, 68.
-, clerk of bishop Roger, 72.
-,-, of the bishop of Exeter, 55.
-, de . . . , 130.
-, parson of Stalbridge, 527.
-, prior of Bruton, 57.
-, son of the archdeacon, 202.
-, the tailor, of Bath, 472.
-, William son of, 505.

Gilbert:
-, John, 72, 348.
-, William, 347.

Gildeford, Gardeford, Geldeford, Gildefort, Gilleford:
-, Philip de, canon of Wells, 91.
-, Richard de, archdeacon, 432.
-, Robert de, 19, 39, 41, 45, 46, 55, 490.
-,-, archdeacon, 38, 45.
-,-, of Bath, 9, 40, 41, 47, 67.

Gildene helfacre in Pilton, 156.

Gildenehurste close in Wells, 157.

Gilemayde, John, 511.

Giles, archdeacon of Berkshire, 527. (See Brideport ?).

Gille, John, webber, 259.

Gilleford. See Gildeford.

Ginemer (?), Geoffrey, 432.

Gislegham, Gyselham, Gysesham, Gysleham, William (de), 146, 147.

Giso. See Gyso.

Gissach. Gissich, Gissych. See Gessich.

Giwold, Adam, 29.

Glagdll' (?), 419.

Glanvill, Glanvyll:
-, Gilbert de, bishop of Rochester, 64.
-, Randolf de, 353.
-,-, justice of England, 21, 23.
-, William de, 21.

Glastonbury, Glastingbure, 226, 228, 394, 427, 474, 483, 512.
-, hundred of, 360.
-, twelve hides of, 312.
-, manor, bounds of, 324.
-, town and islands of, 313.
-, archdeacon of, 296. See Thomas.
-, archdeaconry of, 26, 67, 296.
-, church of St. John in, 26, 226, 296.
-, Benedictine abbey of St. Mary at 275, 312, 313, 355, 436, 472, 473.

Glastonbury abbey:
-, patronage of, 111–114, 167, 168, 309–312, 437, 438, 472.
-, bishop's jurisdiction in, 114.
-, liberty of, 311–313, 438.
-, united with Bath, 438.
-,-, ith Wells, 310.
-, abbot of 125, 146, 156, 167, 212, 275, 296, 310, 312, 324, 366, 393, 438, 472, 473, 476, 482, 484. See Thurstan, Herlewin, Robert, Swansey, Robert, Petherton, Taunton, Ford, Tromund, Sodbury, Chinnock, Monyngton.
-,-, bishop Joscelin as, 366.
-,-, election of, 111–114, 167, 310, 312, 476.
-,-, deposition of, 137, 310.
-,-, a prebendary of Wells, 26.
-,-, book of called Secretum, 521.
-,-, courts of, 312.
-,-, manor of. See Buckland Abbas.
-,-, manor house and park of in Pilton, 156, 249.
-, abbot or prior and convent of, 4, 24, 26, 47, 104, 111–113, 120, 167, 168, 207, 226, 228, 252, 290, 291, 296, 305, 308–310, 312–314, 360, 364, 366, 367, 393, 399, 401, 437, 438, 452, 472, 473, 476, 477, 480–484, 488, 521, 548.
-, accord with the bishop, 111–113, 167, 168, 311, 312, 360, 436, 437.
-, rent paid to the bishop by, 439, 440, 548.
-, visitation of, 137, 296, 310.
-, prior of, 27, 227, 310, 312, 360, 448, 452, 477.
-, monks of, 310.
-, cellarer of, 227.
-, obedientiaries of, 312, 399.
-, precentor of 394.
-, sacrist of, 296, 488, 521.
-, Steward of, 474,

Glastyngbury, Glaston, Glastonia:
-, Henry de, 495.
-, John de, 260.
-, Richard de, 40.

Glind lea (?), 449.

Gloucester [Glouc.], Glouoornia, Glouecestre, Glovernia, 13, 427, 548.
-, abbey of St. Peter at, 234.
-,-, abbot of, 364, 404, 436.
-,-, abbot and convent of, 404.
-, archdeacon of, 21, 23, 436, 487.
-, dean of, 487.
-, duke of. See Humphrey.
-, earl of. See Glare, William.
-, sheriff of, 23.

Gloucester, Glooestria, Gloecestria, Gloat', Glouoestria, Glovernia:
-, R. de, chaplain of bishop Roger 308.
-, Richard de, 175.
-, Robert de, 157.
-,-, canon of Wells, 108, 162, 169, 170, 197, 550.
-,-, prebendary of St. Decumans, 550.
-, Roger, of Exeter diocese, 275.
-, Simon de, 491.
-, W. de, chaplain of bishop Roger, 72.

Gocelin. See Joscelin.

Godard, William, 39.

Godarville, Walter de, 366.

Gode, John, 501.

Godeing, Gervase, 367.

Godelegh, Godele, Godelee, Godeleghe, Godeleh, Godeley, Godeleye, Godeleygh, Godeslegh, Godlee, Godlegh, Godley, Goodelee:
-, Elias or Ellis de, 217, 221, 229, 352, 363.
-,-, Joan wife of, 221.
-, Hamelin de, 352, 520.
-,-, brother of the dean, 219, 229, 435, 495.
-,-, canon of Wells, 189, 190, 198, 208, 219, 221, 222, 225, 236.
-, John de, canon of Wells, 192.
-,-, prebendarv of [ ], 159.
-,-, dean of Wells, 34, 61, 114, 155–158, 160, 164, 169–174, 176, 177, 179, 181, 183–185, 188–191, 193–200, 203–210, 212, 214–230, 238, 321, 324, 325, 351–355, 362, 363, 393, 397, 401, 408, 412, 416, 418, 423, 429, 435, 443, 452, 456, 481, 482, 495, 532.
-,-, statutes of, 532, 540, 542, 547.
-,-, death of, 231, 232.
-,-, executors of, 235.
-,-, chantry of, 218, 220, 221, 269.
-,-, obit of, 218, 221.

Godenemor, Godeneyemor. See Godney moor.

Godeslegh. See Godelegh.

Godestow, Godestowe, Roger de, 24, 25, 38, 45, 48, 51, 67.

Godewyn. See Godwin.

Godfrey, 50.
-, archdeacon, 68.
-,-, of Bath, 9, 22, 25, 43.
-,-, of Worcester, 39.
-, bishop of Bath, 15, 33, 65, 144.
-, Ralph son of, the king's chamberlain, 6.

Godistowe. See Godstow.

Godlee, Godlegh, Godley. See Godelegh.

Godmanneston, Ralph de, 450.

Godney, Godnie, 313.
-, moor of, Godenemor, Godeneyemor, 227, 228.

Godric, a deacon, 434.

Godrich, Reginald, 183.

Godstow [Oxon], Godistowe, abbess and convent of, 148.

Godwin, Godwine, Godwyn, 434.
-, the sheriff, 12, 16, 313.
-, Leofwin son of, 434.

Godwin. Godewyn, Godwyn:
-, John, 465.
-,-, burgess of Wells, 435.

Golafre, John, 319.

Gold Cliff [Monmouth], Golclive, Goldolive, Goldclyve, Goldeclive:
-, priory of, 40, 149, 306.
-, prior of, 2, 3, 40.

Golde:
-, Reginald, provost of Bristol, 72.
-, Robert, 425.

Goldsmith, Goldsmyth:
-, AEgelsig, 434.
-, Roger le, 259.
-, Thiederic, 434.
-, William the, 88.

Goldwegge, John, 260.

Golston, Nicholas, vicar of Henstridge, 266.
-, Compare Colston.

Goodelee. See Godelegh.

Gorda (?). See Borda.

Gorges, Georges:
-, Theobald, 456, 457.
-,-, lord of Wraxall, 465.
-, Thomas (de), canon of Wells, 192, 529.
-,-, precentor of Wells, 156, 220.

Gormond, Gormundus:
-, John, 350.
-, William, 133.

Gornay, Gorney, Gorneye. See Gurney.

Gorwey, John, 229.

Gosberton [Lines.], Gosebertkirk:
-, patron of, 401.
-, parson of, 401.
-, vicar of, 401.

Gosestrode:
-, John de, of county Surrey, 376.
-, William de, cousin and heir of Robert de Chidingfold, 376.

Gosle, Ralph de 527.

Gosse, Cosse, William, 506.

Goudhurst [Kent], Coudhurst, 550.

Gournay. See Gurney.

Gradual. See Books.

Grael, Walter, 525.

Grandison, Grandisono, Grandi Sono, Grandissono, Graundson, Grauntsoun:
-, Henry de, canon of Wells, 34.
-, John de, 210, 211.
-,-, archdeacon of Nottingham, 191.
-,-, prebendary of Whitchurch, 191.
-,-, bishop of Exeter, 237.
-, Theobald de, holding a bursal prebend, 159.
-, Thomas de, 454.
-,-, Margaret wife of, 454.
-, William de, 229, 404.
-,-, Sibyl wife of, 229.

Grapiare, 347.

Gratian:
-, (Grauanus). cardinal of St. Cosmas and St. Damian, 440.
-, subdeacon of Rome and notary, 534.

Graundson, Grauntsoun. See Grandison.

Gravesend:
-, Richard de, bishop of London, 256.
-, Stephen de, bishop of London, 213.

Gray. See Grey.

Grazeneuld, Gilbert, 81.

Green down in Litton, Grendon, 280.

Greeneford, Greneford:
-, Hugh de, rector of Whitchurch Canonicorum, 522–525, 527.
-, John de, bishop of Chichester, 20, 22.
-, William de, 525.

Greenwich [Kent], Grenewyc by London, 184.

Gregory I. See Books.

Gregory IX, pope, 65.
-, bull of, 65.
-, decretals of, 120.

Gregory X, pope, bull of, 436.

Gregory. 89.
-, cardinal bishop of Sabina, 440.
-, master, 16, 41.

Gregory, Grygory, Nicholas, 328.

Grendon. See Green down.

Grene:
-, Geoffrey atte, 259.
-, John, canon of Wells, 283, 295, 299, 300, 302–304, 381.
-,-, prebendary of Milverton secunda, 282.
-,-, vicar of St. Cuthbert's, 391.

Greneford. See Greeneford.

Grenewyc. See Greenwich.

Grenun. Adam, 477.
-, Compare Gernun.

Grostein [France], Gresteng', Gresteyn:
-, abbey of St. Mary at, 399.
-, abbot of, 399.
-, abbot and convent of, 149, 307, 399. See Norton.

Grey, Gray:
-, John, bishop of Norwich, 44, 64, 528.
-, Richard (le) 508.
-,-, vicar of Wells, 239.
-, Roger, 514, 519.
-, Thomas, 411, 417.
-, Walter (de), archbishop of York, 92, 364, 454.
-,-, the king's chancellor, 7, 44.
-,-, vicegerent, 454.

Greyleshe, William de, 524.

Grevnvill, William de, 35.

Griff', 492.

Griffith. See Gruffuth.

Griffyn, G., 348.

Grimel', William de, 526.

Gritia, dame, 123.

Groggeheye, Roger, 345.

Gros, Anselm le, bishop of St. David's, 445.

Grosseteste, Robert, bishop of Lincoln, 136, 257.

Groveman, John, 500.

Growe, Thomas, 451.

Gruffuth:
-, Henry ap Thomas ap, 407.
-, Maurice ap Owen ap, 407.
-, Morgan ap Thomas ap, 407.
-, ap Nicholas, Owen ap, 407.

Grybbis, Alice, 516.

Grygory. See Gregory.

Grymstede:
-, Andrew de, steward of bishop de Marchia, 148, 158.
-, John de, 104.
-, William de, 227.

Gryndeham, Gryndham:
-, Simon de, 513.
-, William de, 511.

Gueldres (Gerle), count of, 232.

Guild. See Gilden, Wells.

Gule:
-, Gilbert, 10.
-,-, Christina de Bolonia, wife of, 10.

Gummer, Gunner, William (dean), 45.

Gund'. William de, 493.

Gundevill:
-, Hamelin de, 10.
-, Hugh do, 10.
-, Robert de, 10.

Gundulfus, bishop of Rochester, 14.

Gungresbirv. See Congresbury.

Gunner. See Gummer.

Gunnild, Gunyld, John, 258.

Gunthorp, Gunthorpe, Gunthorpp:
-, John, dean of Wells, 464, 481, 482.
-,-, will of, 381.

Gurdell, John de, 368.

Gurnad, Walter, 328.
-, Compare Cornard.

Gurney, Gornay, Gorney, Gorneye, Gournay, Gurnay:
-, Anselm de, 536, 537.
-, Edmund, prebendary of Combe quinta, 263.
-,-, of Wormestorre, 263.
-,-, precentor of Wells, 263.
-, John de, 238.
-, Peter de, 137.
-, Robert de, 441, 444, 445, 471.
-,-, uncle of, 445.
-, Thomas (de), 160, 198, 220, 354.
-,-, lord of East Harptree, 161. See Barrow, Farrington.

Gussage. See Gessich.

Guy, cardinal of St. Mary in porticu, 440.

Guyen, Guyene, Gwyen, Gyam, Gyan, Gyayn, Gyen, Gyene:
-, John (de), 410, 504.
-, Robert, 71, 240, 243, 316, 317, 321, 351–355, 409, 417, 418, 420, 421.
-,-, Maud wife of, 410.
-,-, of Bristol, 410, 411.
-,-, of North Curry, 274, 410, 412, 415, 416.
-,-, Christina wife of, 274, 410.
-, Simon, 411.
-,-, vicar of North Curry, 137.
-,-, chantry of, 412.
-, Walter, 71.
-, William, 71, 72, 110, 209, 315, 319–321, 333, 410, 411, 479, 490.
-,-, Alice wife of, 209.
-,-, Robert son of, 209, 410.

Gwileminus, clerk of the archdeacon of Taunton, 97.

Gwyen, Gyam, Gyan, Gyayn. See Guyen.

Gydelond, Simon, rector of Hinton St. George, 292.

Gyen, Gyene. See Guyen.

Gyfarde, Gyffard. See Giffard.

Gyllyng, Gylling:
-, John, 210, 250.
-,-, of Mark bridge, 215, 216.
-,-, Juliana wife of, 216.

Gymel. See Gemel.

Gymyn, John, 143.

Gyngelot, Geoffrey, 100.

Gyrdleg. See Yarley.

Gyrth, duke, 428.

Gyselham, Gysesham, Gysleham. See Gislegham.

Gyso, Giso, Gyse:
-, bishop, 12, 16, 17, 33, 57, 66, 313, 431.
-,-, of Somerset, 434.
-,-, of Wells, 428, 429.
-,-, election of, 116.

Gyverney, Gyvernay, Gyverny:
-, Roger de, 'the second,' 315.
-, Thomas de, 315.
-, William, 513, 514.

Gyw, William le, of Wiveliscombe, 111.
-, Compare Jew.

Gyward, William, 184.

H

H:
-, monk of Athelney, 86, 87.
-, prior of Bradenstock, 525, 526.
-, subdean of Wells, 49.

Hacanan, Vest, Hanecan, (West Hatch?), 449.

Hacch, Haccha, Hacche. See Hach, Hatch.

Hacepen', Geoffrey de, 46.

Hacfeld (?). See Harfeld.

Hach. Hacch Hacche, Hache:
-, Henry, 410, 413, 418, 421, 423, 469.
-,-, of North Curry, 425–427.
-, Nicholas, 347.
-, Robert de, abbot of Athelney, 283, 322, 419, 425.
-, Walter atte, de, 224, 342, 422.
-, William (de), 411, 414, 417.

Hach, Hache. See Hatch.

Hacheford, Roger, 514.

Hackes, John, 348.

Haddon, John de, 391.

Hadesdone (Haydon?), 253.

Hæsele. See Hazel.

Haimon. See Hamon.

Hakedone (?), 253.

Hak'wll, Henry de, 144.

Haldesworth, Haldeswrth, Haldewourth, Haldewrth. See Aldeswrth.

Hale, Hala:
-, Edith de la, 339.
-, Henry de la, 336, 341.
-, Victor de la, 360, 361.
-,-, Compare Hall.

Halesheg' (in Otterhampton?), 40.

Halferthyngmere in Burnham, 229.

Halghetre, Robert de, vicar of St. Decumans, 388.

Halghetre. See Hallatrow.

Haliot. See Halyete.

Haliwell. Jordan de, 316.

Hall, Halle, Attehall, Haule, Hawl:
-, John, 517, 518, 520.
-, Nicholas de, 503.
-, William atte, 503.
-,-, Compare Aula, Halo, Sale.

Hallatrow, Halghetre, 144.

Hallehey, Nicholas de, 400.

Halmasber' in or near Stogumber, 521.

Halsangre. See. Halshangre.

Halsewell, Robert, 499.

Halsham, John, 506.

Halshangre, Halsangre, 343.
-, in Thorn, 320.

Halston. See Alston.

Halyete, Haliot, Halyet, Walter, 281, 285, 372.

Ham in Creech St. Michael, Hamme, Hamme by Criz, Humma, 269, 316, 325, 353, 355, 419, 449.

Ham, la Hamme, in North Curry, 315.

Ham near Wellington, Hamme, 429.

Ham, High, Hamme:
-, church of, 296.
-, rector of, 366.

Hambleton [Rutland], Hameldun, church of, 404.

Hamdon, Hamedon, Hamedone. See Norton, Stoke.

Hamelden, Hameledon:
-, Lawrence de, 220, 354.
-, William de, canon of Wells, 34.

Hamelin the steward. See Columbers.

Hamelin, Geoffrey, bailiff of Salisbury, 140.
-, Compare Ameline.

Hamm, Hamme, Hammes:
-, John, 368.
-, Peter de, 354.
-, Walter, vicar of St. Cuthbert, 293, 294, 384.
-, Wilkin de, 131.
-, William de, 43, 432, 487.
-,-, precentor of Wells, 42, 70, 201, 367, 401, 486.

Hamme. See Ham.

Hammelton, Hamilton, William de, justice, 496.

Hammes. See Hamm.

Hamon, Haimon:
-, the clerk, citizen of Salisbury, 140.
-, (Kam',) monk of Bath, 63–65.
-, nephew of bishop Robert, 19.
-, Richard son of, 136.
-, Robert son of, 14, 15.

Hampshire, sheriff of, 15.

Hampton, Hamptone:
-, Edmund de, 489.
-, John de, 146, 160, 172, 174, 175, 189, 198, 220, 548.
-, Philip 460, 466.
-, Richard, 502, 537.
-, William de, monk of Bath, 172, 218, 529.
-,-, Compare Heanton, Hianton.

Hampton. See Bathampton, Hinton St. George.

Hampton Meysi, Meysy, John de, vicar of Berrow, 480, 482.

Hamtona, Hamtone. See Bathampton.

Hamwere, 188.
-, Compare Weare.

Hanam, See Hanham.

Hane (Haue?), Robert de, 20.
-, Compare Hawe, Hayne.

Hanecan. See Hacanan, Hanham.

Hanekyn (John), 501.

Hanham [Gloue.], 449.

Hanham, Hanam, Hanum:
-, Roger (de), 172, 184, 188, 206, 210, 221, 503.
-, Thomas de, 111,367, 504.
-, William de, 111, 367, 504.

Hankoc, John, 521.

Hansard (Hanlard), Gilbert, 44.

Hanton. See Bathampton.

Hanum. See Hanham.

Harald. See Harold.

Hardegrey, William, 344.

Hardelaugh. See Harlech.

Hardenhuish [Wilts], Hardemysh, Hardynhiwichis, 502, 503.

Hardewyk, Hardewyke, John, 161.

Hardin, Heardyng, Herdincg, 434.
-, the butler, 428.
-, William son of, 9.

Harding, Hardin, Hardyng, Hardynge, Herding:
-, Adam, 504.
-, Robert, 444.
-, W., 525.
-, Walter, 328.

Hardington:
-, church of, 367.
-, vicarage of, 367.

Hardington, Henry de, William son of, 367.

Hardishull. Thomas, 518.

Hardyng, Hardynge. See Harding.

Hardynhiwichis. See Hardenhuish.

Harecort, Robert de, 13.

Haretrowe. Richard, 420.

Harewell. Harwill:
-, John, prebendary of Litton, 282.
-,-, bishop of Bath and Wells, 257, 258, 273–276, 278, 282, 284–289, 291, 292, 294, 296, 303, 380, 382, 394, 397, 454, 488.
-,-, Roger and Joan parents of, 395.
-,-, chantry of, 381, 395.
-,-, obit of, 395.
-, Richard, canon of Wells, 280, 293, 298, 300, 302–304, 357, 469, 470.
-,-, prebendary of Litton, 280, 282, 293, 298, 300, 486.
-,-, vicar of St. Cuthberts, 391, 392.
-, Roger, 280, 288, 289.
-,-, canon of Wells, 469.
-,-, the younger, canon of Wells, 288.
-,-, prebendary of Compton Dundon, 282, 288, 304.
-,-, archdeacon of Bath, 304.
-, Thomas, 290.
-,-, bachelor of laws, 382.
-,-, advocate of the consistory court, 487, 489.

Harfeld (Hacfeld), William de, 57.

Harlech in North Wales, Hardelaugh, 407.

Harleigh, Malcolin, Malcoin (Malcolm?), de, 354.

Harlyng, Walter de, of Norwich diocese, notary public, 289.

Harnhill, Henry de, 222.

Harold:
-, duke, 428.
-, the earl, 12, 16, 313.
-,-, sister of, 16.
-, king of England, 431.
-,-, charter of, 12.

Harold, Harald:
-, Roger, 100, 497.
-, William, 497.

Harpetre. Arpetre, Carpetree, Herpetre:
-, John de, William son of 441, 444, 467, 478.
-, Luke de, 375, 376.
-,-, vicar of Wells, 158, 191, 208.
-,-, escheator, 191.
-, Richard de, 241, 259, 372, 464.
-, William de, son of William son of John, 25, 68, 308, 467.

Harpford, Herpothford, 429.

Harptree, East, Arpetru, Estharpetre, Harpetre, Herpentre, Herpetre, Herpetreu, 161, 534.
-, fee of, 253.
-, lord of, 161.
-, courts at, 253.
-, field names in, 161.
-, church of, 308, 435.
-,-, a prebend of Wells, 25, 68, 161, 255.
-, prebendary of, 161, 182, 282. See Buckley.

Harptree, West, Westharpetre:
-, fee of, 253.
-, courts at, 253.
-, church of, 238, 397, 441, 478.
-, patronage of, 238, 478.
-, vicar of, 238.

Harris. Richard, 500.

Harrison, Alexander, 528.

Harsrigge, Geoffrey, 259.

Hartlake and bridge, Heortelake, 324.

Harvey, Hervy, John, 328, 528.

Harwerd. See Hereward.

Harwill. See Harewell.

Haselbere, Haselberg, Haselbergs, Haselbergh. See Haselbury.

Haselberg, Haselberga, Haselberia, Thomas de, 486.
-, William de, Richard son of, 68.
-,-, Thomas son of, 68.
-,-, William son of, 436.
-,-, son of William, son of Walter, 493.
-,-, Henry, John brothers of, 493.

Haselbury, Aselberg', Haselbere, Haselberg, Haselberga, Haselbergh:
-, lord of, 493.
-, church of, 308, 435, 534.
-,-, a prebend of Wells, 24, 255, 436, 493.
-, prebendary of, 182, 283.
-, chapel of, 68.

Haselshaw, Haselchaw, Haselchawe, Haselschagh, Haselschaue, Haselschawe, Haselshaue, Haselshawe, Heselschawe:
-, Robert de, prebendary of Wiveliscombe, 250.
-,-, provost of Wells, 155, 173, 177, 218, 250.
-, Thomas de, 251.
-,-, nephew of bishop Walter, 191.
-,-, canon of Wells, 114, 155, 175, 182, 187, 191–193, 199, 222, 231, 541, 542, 544.
-,-, prebendary of Combe decima, 191.
-,-, yeoman of dean Godelegh, 210.
-,-, the younger, 549.
-, Walter de, 247, 248.
-,-, canon of Wells 34, 529.
-,-, archdeacon of Wells, 108, 192, 485.
-,-, dean of Wells, 159, 161, 162, 165, 166, 220, 254, 367, 446, 536.
-,-, bishop of Bath and Wells, 61, 156, 160, 173, 177–179, 185, 188, 191, 204, 206, 208, 209, 219, 316, 363, 387, 399, 405, 458, 550.
-,-, nephew of, 191.
-,-, statutes of, 532.
-,-, executors of, 177.
-,-, obit of, 204.
-, William de, 177.

Haspale, Geoffrey de, canon of Wells, 34.
-, Compare Esplegh.

Hastyng, William, 506.

Hastynges, Hastyngges:
-, John de, 494.
-,-, lord of Bergavenny, 313.

Hatch Beauchamp, Hache, lord of, 229.

Hatch, West, Haccha, Hacche, Hach, Westhacch, Westhache, 3, 6–9, 149, 288, 306, 313, 315, 414, 497.
-, a member of North Curry, 9.
-, field names in, 345, 346.
-, manor of, 9, 10, 81, 288, 417.
-,-, custumal of, 342–346.
-, barton of, 342.
-, court or manor house, 137, 320.
-, chapel of, 137, 320.
-, chaplain of, 287.
-, mill of, 345. See Hacanan, Heccha, Short-wood.

Hauagium, 408, 412, 416.

Hauerych in North Curry, 413.

Haue (?). See Hane, Hawe.

Hauk':
-, John, of Hinton, 280.
-,-, Ellen wife of, 280.
-,-, John son of, 280.

Haukechirche. See Hawkchurch.

Haule. See Hall.

Hauloo, Robert, 287.

Hauteville, Alta Villa, Autevilla, Hautevile, Hautevilla:
-, Geoffrey de, 216.
-, Reginald de, 47, 367, 486.
-, Stephen de, 475.
-,-, Reginald son of, 475.
-, Thomas de, 48, 78, 79, 136, 139, 366, 402, 471, 478, 487, 496, 522. See Norton.

Haversham, Haveresham:
-, Hugh de, 59.
-, Nicholas de, 312.
-, Stephen the clerk of, 55.
-,-, William brother of, 55.

Hawe:
-, Robert, vicar of Wells, 298.
-, William, 500.
-,-, Compare Hane.

Hawkchurch [Dorset], Haukechirche, rector of, 383.

Hawl. See Hall.

Hawtrey. See Alta Ripa.

Haya, Walter de la, 142.

Haydon. See Hadesdone.

Haymoor in North Curry, Haymor, Haymore, Haymores, 317, 318, 320, 322, 411, 417.
-, West, Westhaymor, 316.

Hayne, Haynes:
-, Richard, vicar of Wells, 497, 498.
-, Thomas, rector of Wraxall, 456, 457, 465.
-,-, Compare Hane.

Hayrun. See Heiron.

Hayward, 154, 252, 425.

Hayward:
-, Agnes, 500.
-, John (le), 291, 511.
-,-, Agnes wife of, 291.
-, Walter, 161.
-, William, 500.

Hazel (?), Hæesele, 429.

Heanton, Simon de, Walter son of, 88. See Hampton, Henton, Hianton, Hinton.

Heardyng. See Hardin.

Heathfield. See Northam.

Heawican, Heawycan. See Huish.

Hebrew, lectures in, 208.

Heccha (West Hatch?), 421.

Hectredeberia, Godfrey de, 69.

Hedon, Richard de, 391.

Hedyngton. See Edingdon.

Heese. See Husee.

Hegge, Thomas, 372.

Heghame, Thomas de, 100.

Heghelitleton (Heglhington). See Littleton (High).eghelitleton (Heglhington). See Littleton (High).

Heiron, Haynin:
-, [ ], 354.
-, William, lord of Charmouth, 525.

Hele, la Hele in Knap and North Curry, 410, 421, 468.

Hele:
-, Alice atte, 333, 409.
-, Hugh atte, de la, 2, 17, 71, 224, 317, 333, 352–355, 408–410, 413, 417–419, 420–422, 468, 469.
-,-, Alice wife of, 418, 420, 421.
-,-, Cecily wife of 409, 410.
-,-, Hugh son of, 413, 479.
-,-, Ralph son of, 409.
-, Richard de la, 17, 409.
-,-, Hugh son of, 17.
-, Thomas atte, 410, 421, 469.
-,-, Joan wife of, 410.
-, William atte, 425, 427.

Hellestun, Nicholas de, 41.

Helnaked:
-, Christina de, 352, 353.
-, Gilbert de, 351, 352.
-,-, Alice wife of, 351, 352.
-,-, John son of, 351, 352.

Hely. See Ely.

Helyngdon. See Hillington.

Hemant. See Henant.

Hembury, Hembyri John de, 163, 164.

Hemer' the dean, 20.
-, Compare Eymeric.

Hemington, Hemyngton, rector of, 263.

Henant, Ethenam, Hemant, Hethenam, Hethenand, Hethenham, Hevenan:
-, Walter (de), canon of Wells, 280, 282–284, 286, 295–298, 302–304.
-,-, rector of Pucklechurch, 357.
-, William de, 69.

Henbury [Glouc]. See Redwick.

Hendibody:
-, Richard, 502.
-,-, Margery wife of, 502.

Hendun, Gilbert de, 479.

Henegrove, 354.

Henekyng' (?). See Heuekyng'.

Henerith (?), little, 127.

Henfield mead in Pucklechurch, Henfeldesmede, 251.

Hengestr', Hengestrege, Hengestreng', Hengestrig, Hengestrigg, Hengestrigge, Hengestrygg, Hengistrigg, Hengstrig', Hengstrigge, Hengstring'. See Henstridge.

Hennelawe, Geoffrey de, bishop of St. Davids, 62, 63.

Henr', le. See Hundredman.

Henry I, king of England, 13–15, 54, 58, 65, 439, 440, 527.
-, charters of, 14, 15, 65.
-, passage to Normandy of, 15.
-, queen of. See Maud.

Henry II, king of England, 7, 14, 313, 439.
-, charters of, 13, 15, 26, 54, 65, 352.

Henry III, king of England, 3, 4, 66, 73, 76, 77, 91, 92, 94, 95, 97, 99, 101, 103, 109, 115, 116, 123, 127, 146–149, 256, 257, 306, 309, 310, 364, 437, 453, 454, 472, 489, 496.
-, queen of. See Eleanor.
-, Edward son of. See Edward I.
-, charters of, 8, 17, 256, 305, 309, 359, 434, 438, 471, 494, 495.
-, confirmations by, 8, 313.
-, congé d'élire by, 96, 101.
-, inspeximus by, 434, 494, 497.
-, letters of, 96.
-, patents of, 15, 101.
-, stewards of, 305, 310.
-, treasurer of, 305, 494.

Henry IV, king of England:
-, insperimus by, 497.
-, patents of, 407, 430, 431.

Henry V, king of England, patent of, 404.

Henry VI, king of England, 407, 430, 431, 466.
-, queen of. See Margaret.
-, son of. See Edward.
-, patents of, 405, 424, 460.

Henry, 40, 470.
-, fee of, 253.
-, abbot of Sherborne, 524.
-, ap Thomas ap Gruffuth, of Caermarthen, 407.
-, archdeacon of Exeter, 27, 43, 68, 69.
-, bishop of Bayeux, 13.
-,-, of Llandaff, 62, 63.
-, brother of dean Saracenus, 129.
-, cardinal of St. Nereus and St. Achilles, 440.
-, chaplain of St. Mary, Bath, 25.
-,-, of Wells, 46.
-,-, of Winscombe, 361.
-, the church tenant, 524.
-, the clerk, 478, 526.
-, the forester, 184.
-, the king's nephew, 421.
-, parson of [? Church] Stanton, 400.
-, the prior, 525.
-, prior of Canon Leigh, 400.
-,-, of Gold Cliff, 3.
-, servant of the sacrist of Bath, 93.
-, treasurer of Wells, 70, 72.
-, Adam son of, 56.
-, Simon son of, 501.
-, William son of, de Hardington, 367.
-, son of Ingulf, Henry son of, 316.

Henry, Stephen, 156.

Henstridge, Engestrigge, Hengestrege, Hengestreng, Hengestrige, Hengestrigg, Hengestrigge, Hengestrygg, Hengistrigg, Hengstrig, Hengstrigge, Hengstring, Hestring, 21.
-, field names in, 490.
-, church of St, Michael at, 22, 308, 435, 490.
-,-, a prebend of Wells, 20–23, 25, 255, 391, 490.
-, prebendary of, 21, 136, 266, 283, 391, 490.
-, parson of, 20, 22.
-, vicar of, 266. See Whiteohurch.

Henton, Hentun, 425, 429.

Henton, Hentun:
-, Walter de, vicar of Wells, 132.
-,-, Richard son of, 477.
-,-, Compare Heanton, Hianton, Hinton.

Heortelake. See Hartlake.

Heose. See Husee.

Herbert, Herbard, Herebert, 523.
-, archdeacon of Canterbury, 21, 353.
-, de camera, 432.
-, the chaplain, 19.

Herbert. Herebert, Richard, 12.

Herbethleg' (Birigg'?), 20.

Herdecote, Agnes de, Ralph son of, 44.

Herdecote. See Hurcot.

Herdinog. See Hardin.

Herding. See Harding.

Herebert. See Herbert.

Hereford [Heref.], 169.
-, archdeacon of, 21.
-, bishop of. See Waldere, Betun, Foliot, Braose, Egeblaunch, Orleton.
-, chancery of, 169.
-, earl of. See Bohun.

Hereford, Hereforde, Herford, Herforde:
-, Adam de, 10.
-,-, canon of Wells, 172.
-,-, vicar of Wells, 29, 135, 162.
-, Gilbert de, 316.
-, John de, 93.
-,-, canon of Wells, 5, 72, 75, 79, 83, 85, 86, 88, 89, 106, 132, 134, 136, 138, 141, 308, 531.
-,-, executors of, 402.
-,-, chantry and obit of, 153.

Hereman, bishop of Sherborne, 428.

Hereward, Harwerd:
-, Robert, archdeacon of Taunton, 230, 248, 250, 541, 549.
-,-, prebendary of Milverton, 549.

Hereweald, Herewald, bishop of Sherborne, 496.

Herford, Herforde. See Hereford.

Heringe, Thomas, rector of Ashington, 387.

Heriot, 160, 238, 251, 280, 327, 331–337, 343, 345–349, 462, 486, 504.

Herkele, Herkelee (?). See Berkeley.

Herkestawe, Herker:
-, John, 518.
-, Nicholas de, 511, 512.

Herlegha. See Erlegh.

Herleia, William de, 69.

Herlem', Richard de, vice-archdeacon, 40, 46.

Herlewin, abbot of Glastonbury, 14.

Hernemuda (Arnewood?) in the New Forest [Hants], salt works at, 440.

Herpentre, Herpetre, Herpetreu. See Harptree.

Herpetre. See Harpetre.

Herpford, Robert de, 154.

Herpothford. See Harpford.

Hert, William, 368.

Hertford, earl of. See Clare.

Hertford, Robert de. dean of Salisbury, 76, 94, 526, 527.

Hertlonde, Edward, 521.

Hertthorr. See Wells localities.

Hervy. See Harvey.

Herwes, Richard de, 525.

Hesee. See Husee.

Heselschawe. See Haselshaw.

Hestona. See Batheaston.

Hestring. See Henstridge.

Hethe, la, in Mudgely, 50.

Hethe, Robert atte, 210.

Hethenam, Hethenand, Hethenham. See Henant.

Hetheryngton, William, notary public, 275.

Hethfeld, William de, 491.

Heuekyng' (Henekyng'?), John, 148.

Heuesham. See Evesham.

Hevenan. See Henant.

Heyworth. See Worth.

Hianton, Hiantona, John de, dean, 43, 44. See Hampton, Henton, Hinton.

Hibernensis. See Irish.

Hicford. See Ikeford.

Hickus, Adam, 503.

Hida. See Hyde.

Hide, 27.
-, measure of, 41, 306.

Higinus. See Reginald.

Hilary, receiver of bishop de Marchia, 163.

Hildicius. See Ildicius.

Hilebrond, John, 224.

Hilemore. See Wells localities.

Hileswyk (Billeswick). See. Bristol.

Hill, la Hull, manor of, 492.

Hill, la Hille, in North Curry, 413.
-, Hullemede, Huldemede, Hulledmede, 11, 315.

Hill, Hille, Hull, Hulle, Hylle:
-, [ ], 242.
-, Joan atte, 350.
-, John (atte), 349.
-,-, of Spaxton, 508, 509.
-,-, vicar of Wells, 271, 272, 274, 498.
-,-, master of the works, 270, 271.
-, Philip de la, 452.
-, Randolph de la, 353.
-, Richard (de la), 360.
-,-, vicar of Wells, 304, 488.
-, Robert (atte, de), 500, 506, 547.
-,-, of Gloucester, 548.
-,-, of Spaxton, 505.
-,-, steward of bishop Erghum, 442.
-, Stephen de, 274, 547.
-,-, canon of Wells, 262, 265, 383, 456, 486.
-,-, notary public 415, 416, 547.
-, Thomas de, notary public, 544.
-, Walter de, 154, 174, 225, 373, 376.
-,-, notary public, 236, 245, 539.
-,-, official of the dean and chapter, 217.
-,-, commissary of bishop Ralph, 453.
-,-, rector of Hawkchurch, 383. of Shepton Beau-champ, 217, 453, 480.
-,-, canon of Wells, 243.
-,-, archdeacon of Bath 374, 375, 379, 538.
-,-, subdean of Wells, 240, 241, 243, 443, 463, 540, 542, 547, 549, 550.
-,-, burial place of, 380.
-,-, chantry of, 380.
-,-, vicar of Wells, 222, 375.

Hill Farrance, Hulleferun, church of, 110.

Hillacre. Hilleacre, Hulaore, Hyllacre, Henry, 506, 507, 512, 519.

Hille. See Hill.

Hilleia, Simon de, 526.

Hillend in North Curry, Hillond, 330.

Hillington, Hillhampton in Martley [Wore.], Helyngdon, 357, 358.

Hillond. See Hillend.

Hilton, Hiltona, Hylton:
-, Adam de, canon of Wells, 264.
-,-, prebendary of Combe duodecima, 264.
-,-, provost of Wells, 302.
-,-, treasurer of York, 302.
-, John de, 487.

Hilton, Hiltona. See Ilton, Iltona.

Himeringdon, Himeryngdon, 362.

Hinton Blewitt, Henton, 280.

Hinton Charterhouse, Henton Monachorum:
-, prior and monks of, 395, 396.
-, church of, 395.
-, patronage of, 396, 396.
-, vicarage of, 395, 396.

Hinton St. George, Hampton, Heanton, Henton, Jorihampton:
-, church of, 479.
-, advowson of, 474.
-, patron of, 479.
-, rector of, 292.

Hispania, James de, canon of Wells, 34.
-, Compare Spaen.

Hiuis, Hiwis, Hiwisc. See Huish.

Hiwlot. See Huelet.

Hlittun, Hlytton. See Litton.

Ho. See Hoo.

Hobby, Thomas, 347.

Hochyn. See Huchon.

Hockleston. See Hokdeston.

Hodcott in West Ilsley [Berks], Hodicote, 151.
-, chapel of, 152.
-, patronage of, 151, 152.

Hodiam. See Odiham.

Hodicote. See Hodcott.

Hody, John, precentor of Wells, 382.

Hogges, Henry, 284.

Hokdeston (Hockleston), 355.

Hokeburne. See Ogbourne.

Hokerston, Hokerstane, Hokerstone, Hokston:
-, Geoffrey de (la), 166, 374, 509, 511.
-, William atte, 157.

Hokerston. See Wells localities.

Holbrok in Mudgely, 200.

Holbrok, Holebrok:
-, Adam, 501.
-, David de, 229.
-, Richard, cursitor general of the dean and chapter, 268.

Holcumbe Burnell [Devon], Holecombe, Holecumb, Holecumba, 20.
-, hundred of, 20.
-, church of St. Nicholas at, 19, 20, 309, 435.
-,-, a prebend of Wells, with Lameia, 19, 256.
-, prebendary of, 182.
-, parsons of, 19.
-, chaplains of, 20.

Holdbury, le Holdebury. See Old-bury.

Holebech, Holebegh', Ralph de, official of the archbishop, 171.

Holebrok. See Holbrok.

Holecombe, Holecumb, Holccumba. See Holcumbe.

Holecumba, Nicholas de, 20.

Holidays, list of, 290.

Holland, Hoylaund, Floress count of, 313.

Hollok, Robert, 340.
-, Compare Horloc.

Holm, Holme:
-, Roger, canon of Wells, 283.
-,-, prebendary of Combe duodecimo, 282.
-,-, provost of Wells, 271, 284, 301.

Holne (Honeceteholne), 355.

Holnecote, Honecote (Honeceteholne), 355.

Holy Cross in Jerusalem, cardinal priest of, 439, 440.

Holy land:
-, bequest to, 155, 199, 240, 245–248.
-, pilgrimages to the, 74, 87, 208.
-, tithe for aid to, 155, 156.

Holy rood. See Chantries, Wells cathedral.

Holy Saviour chantry of in Wells cathedral, 456–458, 465. See Athelney, Twickenham, Wells cathedral.

Holy Trinity. See Trinity.

Honecote (Honeceteholne). See Holnecote.

Honespulle. See Huntspill.

Honiford, watercourse of, 525.

Honiton [Devon], Honington, church of, 294.

Honorius III, pope, 52, 522.
-, bull of, 437.

Honte. See Hunter.

Honyngton, Huniton:
-, Robert, de, 394.
-, W. de, 131.

Honythorn, Robert, 441.

Hoo, Ho, John de, vicar of Wells, 108, 509–511.

Hope near Wells, 253.

Hope:
-, John, canon of Wells, 258, 282, 283, 296, 299, 300.
-, William, 469.
-,-, vicar of Wells, 299, 300, 357.

Hopere, Houpere:
-, John, 348.
-, Robert, 327.
-, Walter le, 341.
-, William le, 342.

Hordesham moor, 188, 189.

Hordle [Hants], 440. See Gatinton, Keyhaven.

Hore:
-, Thomas, 372, 373.
-,-, burgess of Wells, 378.

Horeletone. See Orleton.

Horewode:
-, Thomas, 469.
-,-, bailiff of Wells, 435.

Horlee, William de, official of the archdeacon of Wells, 533.

Horloc, Roger, 16.
-, Compare Hollok.

Horn, Horne:
-, John, of Wells, dyer, 259.
-,-, rector of Weston supra Mare, 274.
-, Richard, 468.
-, Thomas, vicar of Stoke under Hamdon, 278.
-,-, prebendary of Timbers-combe, 283.
-,-, Compare Hurne.

Hornblauueton, Gilbert de, 23.

Horneslowe, John, 294.

Horningdon, Hornigdun:
-, Matthew de, 53.
-, Reginald de, 201.

Horrington, Horningdon, Horningedon, Hornningdune, Hornygdone, Hornyngdon, Horyngdon, 107, 370, 477.
-, East, Esthornyngdon, 429.
-,-, fee of, 253.
-, West, Westerunton, 253, 429.
-,-, the bishop's fee of, 253.

Horsford, Horseford, Horsforde:
-, Richard (de), 469.
-,-, of Exeter diocese, notary public, 276, 277, 282, 284, 383, 487.
-, William, notary public, 487.

Horsi. See Orsi.

Horsintone, Horssyngton, Horssynton, Horsyndon, Horsyngton, Horsynton:
-, Eustace de, 10.
-, John (de), 443, 550.
-,-, chancellor of Wells, 262, 264, 265, 268, 270–275, 281–283, 287, 291–293.
-,-, prebendary of Compton Bishop, 292.
-,-, obit of, 292.
-, William de, 10.

Horspathe, John de, 548.

Horton, William vicar of Stogursey, 507.

Horych'. See Ourych'.

Horyngdon. See Horrington.

Hosatus, Hose. See Husee.

Hosbern. Sea Osbern.

Hospinell, Philip, 451.

Hospital, Geoffrey de, 136.

Hospitallers, exempt churches of, 109.

Hostia. See Ostia.

Hothum:
-, John de, bishop of Ely, 176.
-,-, treasurer of Edward II, 176.

Hottere, Alan le, 432.

Hotton. See Hutton.

Houerelulleg'. See Overlullegh.

Houghlot. See Huelet.

Houndesmor, John, 414, 420.

Hounds, licence to keep, 13, 14, 494. See. Chase, Dogs.

Hountham, Robert de, 420, 421.

Hountham. See Huntham.

Houpere. See Hopere.

Hours service of, 108, 203, 221, 232, 253, 254, 307, 377, 406, 445,' 457, 540, 542.

House. See Husee.

Howel, Howell, John, 160, 362.

Howlot. See Huelet.

Hoyland, William de, vicar of Wells, 75, 82, 83.

Hoylaund. See Holland.

Hubald, cardinal of Holy Cross in Jerusalem, 440.

Hubert, 202, 470.
-, Joscelin son of, canon of Wells, 527. See Joscelin (?), Wells (Joscelin de?).

Hubert, Huberd:
-, Joscelin, 201. See Joscelin (?), Wells (Joscelin de?).
-, Walter, 202.
-,-, obit of, 151.

Huche, Robert, 511.

Huchon, Hochyn, Hugchon:
-, John, 500.
-,-, vintner, 259.
-, Thomas, 500, 518.
-,-, Christina wife of, 518.

Huelet, Hiwlot, Houghlot, Howlot:
-, Edmund, 328.
-, John, 488, 506.
-, Richard, clerk of London diocese, 289.

Huese. See Husee.

Huet, Hughet, Hughete, Hughzet, Huwet, Huzet, Hupet:
-, Roger 17, 110, 315, 319, 320, 413, 490.
-,-, Wymare mother of, 110.
-,-, uncle of, 320.
-, William, 186, 321, 332, 351–353, 355, 409, 418, 422, 423, 479.
-,-, Emma daughter of, 351–353, 423.

Hugchon. See Huchon.

Hugelin, William, 446, 452.

Hugh:
-, archdeacon of Bath, 67.
-, le Barbere, William son of, 259.
-, the butler, 493.
-, the chaplain, of St. Bartholomews London, 474.
-, chaplain of Whitchurch Canonicorum, 525.
-, the clerk, 42, 57, 492, 515.
-, the cook, John son of, 401.
-, master of Buckland hospital, 45.
-, rector of Martock, 446.
-, the smith, Christina relict of, 431.
-, William son of, 20.

Hugh, Thomas, 327.

Hughes (?). See Ediston, Eust'.

Hughet, Hughete, Hughzet. See Huet.

Hugolin, a defendant in Burnham, 234. See Interamne.

Hugons, John, 498.

Huish a member of Banwell:
-, (Heawican), 431.
-, (Hiwise), 431.

Huish in Brentemarsh, Heawycan, Hiuis, Hiwis, Huwich, Huwyssch, Hywis, Hywys, Hywysch, Hywysh, 393, 534.
-, a member of Banwell, 27, 28.
-, a prebend of Wells, 27, 47.
-,-, annexed to South Brent, 47, 256, 284.
-,-, to Compton Bishop, 28, 33, 492.
-, prebendary of, 47, 284.

Huish in Burnham, Huwich, Hywys, 234, 328.

Huish in Lovington, Hywysh, 248.

Huish, a member of Wedmore, Heawycan, 429.

Huish Episcopi, Hiwis, Hiwisc, Huyssh, Hywys, Hywysch, Hywysh by Langport, Hywyshe, 47, 177, 429, 439, 484.
-, manor of, 147, 177, 484.
-, moors of, 177, 484.
-, church of, 484.
-,-, dedication of, 47.
-, vicar of, 381. See Bergh, Combe, North-moor, Southmoor, Wearn.

Hulacre. See Hillacre.

Huldemede. See Hill.

Hull, Hulle. See Hill.

Hulledmede, Hullemede. See Hill.

Hulleferun. See Hill Farrance.

Humet, Humez:
-, William de, the constable, 13.
-,-, abbot of Westminster, 310.

Humma. See Ham.

Humphrey:
-, duke of Gloucester, guardian of England, 424.
-, prior of Ford, 50.
-, Gilbert son of, de Sartilli, 421.

Humwyn, Adam, 196.

Hundescumbe in Whitchurch [Dorset], 524.

Hundeshull in Whitchurch [Dorset], 524.

Hundeshull, Huneshull, John de, 524.

Hundredman, the, 252, 332, 334.
-, of North Curry, 319, 412.
-, of Yatton, 160. See Ingulf.

Hundredman, le Henr', le Hundredesmon, Hundrudman:
-, Adam (le), 332.
-,-, Margery wife of, 332.
-,-, of Yatton, 160.
-, Henry the, 12, 314, 315, 318, 319, 320.
-, Richard, 450.
-, Walter, 110, 315, 320, 418.
-,-, of North Curry, 319.

Hundred penny, hundredespeni, 100, 332.

Huneshull. See Hundeshull.

Hungerford:
-, Robert Lord, Margaret wife of, 498, 499, 502.
-,-, Robert son of, 499.

Hunilandes in North Curry, 10.

Huniton. See Honyngton.

Hunspill. See Huntspill.

Hunstane, Walter de, 159.

Huntanapoth (?), 429.

Hunteham. See Huntham.

Hunter, Honte:
-, Edmund the, 9.
-, Richard the, 451.
-, Robert le, 272, 281.
-, Thomas the, 93, 97.

Huntham, Hountham, Hunteham, Huntheham, 12, 110, 317, 320, 413, 417, 421.
-, Adam tenant of, 318.

Huntingdon [Hunts.], archdeacon of, 118, 129.

Huntspill, Honespulle, Hunspill, 516.
-, rector of, 263.

Hurcot in Ilton, Herdecote, 44.

Hurdith, 353.

Hurne:
-, Isabel de la, 511, 512.
-, John atte, in the, 327, 332, 334.
-,-, N. son of, 335.
-,-, William son of, 335.
-, Robert de la, 511, 512.
-,-, Compare Horn, Norhurne.

Hurschal. See Huscarl.

Husborne, Husseburn:
-, Richard de, 478.
-, William de, canon of Wells, 486.

Huscarl, Hurschal, John, 354.

Husebonde alias Martel (Marcel), Thomas, 446. See Martel.

Husee, Heese, Heose, Hesee, Hosatus, Hose, House, Huese, Huse:
-, Alexander, 139.
-, Edmund, 354.
-, Henry, canon of Wells, 34.
-,-, official of bishop Burnel, 485.
-,-, chancellor of Wells, 111, 149, 159, 170, 192, 220.
-,-, dean of Wells, 148, 149, 170, 191, 192, 316, 536.
-,-, executors of, 61, 169, 363, 364.
-,-, chantries of, 61, 206, 274.
-,-, obit of, 61, 364.
-, Hubert, 472.
-, Isabel, prioress of Kington, 397.
-, John le, 477.
-, Matthew, canon of Wells, 190, 197, 208.
-, Peter (House) of London, 407.
-, Peter de la (Huese), 503.
-, Ralph, 19.
-, Reginald, 61.
-, Robert, 59.
-, Roger, 61, 363, 364.
-, William, 53.
-,-, executor of, 292.

Husseburn. See Husborne.

Hutton, Hotton, rector of, 480.

Huwet. See Huet.

Huwich, Huwyssch. See Huish.

Huwyssch, Hywisch, Hywissh, Hywysch, Hywysh, Hywyssch, Hywyssh:
-, John (de), 274, 383, 548.
-,-, abbot of Athelney, 303, 324, 325, 418.
-,-, canon of Wells, 241, 249, 262, 456, 535, 538.

Huyssh. See Huish.

Huzet, Hupet. See Huet.

Hvite. See White.

Hwidigcum. See Withycombe.

Hwite circe. See Whitchurch.

Hwitefeld. See Whitefield.

Hwiteng. See Witeng.

Hwrentimor. See Wrentimoor.

Hybernicus, Hyberniensis. See Irish.

Hyde. Hida, Hyda:
-, William de, de la, 444, 479.
-,-, rector of Rowberrow, 480, 483.

Hyde abbey. See Winchester.

Hyllacre. See Hillacre.

Hylle. See Hill, Lydeard hill.

Hylton. See Hilton.

Hymarus, cardinal bishop of Tusculum, 440.

Hymerford, Robert, 329, 333.

Hymn, 283.

Hymnal. See Books.

Hynde, William, rector of St. Mary's, Wilton, 460.

Hynde moor, Hyndemor, 188, 189.

Hyne, John, 348.

Hynelond (Hyvelond?), Hynelonde:
-, Felix de, 351.
-,-, John son of, 351.
-, Richard de, 352.
-,-, Felice wife of, 352.
-,-, John son of, 352.
-, William de, 355.

Hyngolf. See Ingulf.

Hynton (Lynton):
-, Thomas, prebendary of Timberscombe, 258.
-,-, treasurer of Wells, 258.

Hyreis. See Irish.

Hyvelond (?). See Hynelond.

Hywis, Hywys, Hywysch, Hywysh, Hywyshe. See Huish.

Hywisch, Hywissh, Hywysch, Hywysh, Hywyssch, Hywyssh. See Huwyssch.

I

Idemestun, Osmund de, 94.

Idmiston [Wilts], Ydomeston, 474.

Idson (Itson) in Stogursey, Edelmesdon, Edelmesdone, Edeston, Edigheston, Edighston, Ediston, Edistone, Edmeston, Edmyston, Edustune, Edyston, 424, 505–509, 511–520.
-, cross of, 506, 512, 518. See Wick.

Idstone in Ashbury [Berks.], Edwyneston, 312.

Iford (Ford, Forde), Iforde:
-, Nicholas (de), 271.
-,-, canon of Wells, 271–273, 277, 420, 537.

Ikeford, Hicford:
-, John de, 43, 487.
-,-, canon of Wells, 42, 70.

Iklyngton, John de, chamberlain of the Exchequer, 497.

Ilchester, Ivelcestre, Ivelchester, Jevechester, Jevelcestre, Jevelchester, Jevelohestre, Yvelcestre, 321, 322, 401, 446, 451, 481, 482, 484.
-, eyre at, 83, 319, 361, 425, 426.
-, church of, 296.
-, dean of, 248, 249, 451, 538.
-, lepers' house without, 432.

Ildicius, Hildioius:
-, vicar of Christian Malford 83–86, 89, 126, 128, 129, 470, 478, 479.
-, uncle of, 126.

Ileministre, Ilemynystre. See Ilminster.

Ilford bridge, Ileford, 44.

Illewyk, Walter de, 183.

Ilminster, Ileministre, Ilemynystre, Ilministre, Ilmistre, Ilmystre, 335.
-, church of, 48.
-, deanery, chapter of, 40.
-, abbot of Muohelney prebendary of, 282, 284.

Ilsley, West [Berks.], Westchildesley, 152. See Hodcott.

Ilton, Hiltona:
-, advowson of, 43.
-, a prebend of Wells, 43, 44, 212, 256.
-, prebendary of, 43, 44, 212. See Hurcot.

Iltona, Hiltona, John de, 43, 487. See Hilton.

Imaring', William, 20.

Immere, Inmere, Ymmer Ynmet:
-, William de, 157.
-,-, vicar of Wells, 158, 217.

Inas:
-, Bretill, 493.
-, Humphrey, 493.

Indulgence, 433, 492.

Indulgence, indult. See Pope.

Infangthef and utfangthef, 147, 260, 305, 421, 438, 439.

Inglesham, Robert de, archdeacon of Gloucester, 23.

Ingulf:
-, Henry son of, 316.
-,-, Henry son of, 316.

Ingulf, Hyngolf, Henry, hundredman of North Curry, 412. See Hundredman.

Inhibition, 75, 112, 182, 193, 240, 459, 541, 544.

Inkepenne, Peter de, rector and prebendary of Bathwick, 389.

Inmere. See Immere.

Innocent III, pope, 62–64, 117, 437, 525, 526.
-, bull of, 437.

Innocent IV. pope, 81, 92, 95, 97, 99, 119, 127, 129.
-, bulls of, 364, 436, 437, 493.

Inquisitions, 4, 79, 122, 154, 197, 235, 259, 261, 284, 288, 356, 380, 383, 387, 389, 390, 424, 443, 453, 480, 483, 537, 550.
-, ad quod damnum, 183, 368, 473.
-,-, omission of, 260, 261.

Insula:
-, Geoffrey de, 366.
-, Henry de, vicar of Congresbury, 453.
-, Jordan de, 169.
-, Peter de, canon of Wells, 158, 159.
-,-, official of bishop de
-,-, Marohia, 158.
-,-, archdeacon of Wells, 170.
-,-, obit of, 164.
-, Philip de, John son of, 490.
-, William de, 419. See Lisle.

Interamne, Iteranna, Francis de, Hugolinus son of, prebendary of Compton, 159.

Interdict:
-, sentence of, 30, 112, 125, 150, 236, 264, 307, 432, 492, 534.
-, threat of, 178, 185, 247, 459.

Interminacione, sub, 125.

Intestate's goods, administration of, 546, 547.

Ipswich [Suff.], St. Peter street, in, Seyntpetrestrete, 548.

Ireis. See Irish.

Ireland, 202.
-, floods in, 238.
-, war in, 238.

Ireys (Freys). See Irish, Fry.

Irigge, Yrigge, John de, 211.

Irish, Hibernensis, Hybernicus, Hyberniensis, le Hyreis, le Ireis, le Ireys, (de Ireys, de Irreia,) le Irreys, de Irreys, le Yreys, Yrisoh, le Yrrays, Yrreis, Yrreys, Yrysch:
-, Adam, 62, 361.
-, Geoffrey, 10.
-, John, 347.
-,-, rector of Laverton, 292.
-, Philip, 160, 172, 189, 220, 224, 333, 354.
-, Robert, 17, 321, 351–355, 409, 418, 420, 422.
-, Walter, 537.

Irmongere, Adam le, 315.

Iron slabbes of, 348, 350, 351.

Irp, John, 548.

Irreis, Irreys. See Irish.

Isaac:
-, meadow of, 534.
-, the sacrist, vicar of Wells, 132.
-, Jenkin brother of, 130.

Islip:
-, Simon, archbishop of Canterbury, 266.
-,-, papal legate, 266.
-,-, constitutions of, 290.

Italians beneficed in England, 85.

Iteranna. See Interamne.

Iterius, canon of Wells. See Bucard.

Itson. See Idson.

Ivelcestre, Ivelcestria:
-, Hubert de, 52.
-, John de, vicar of Wells, 162.

Ivelcestre, Ivelchester. See Ilchester.

Ivigrave. See Egrove.

Ivo:
-, dean of Wells, 27, 30, 53, 65, 430, 533.
-, servant of Walter de Purley 89.

Iwayn, William, of Mudford, 373.

J

J., 39.
-, bishop, 4. See Wells, Joscelin de.
-, clerk of bishop Roger, 308.
-, the priest, canon of Wells, 126.
-, prior of the Carthusians, 479.

Jacob, Martin, 392.

Jaimys. See James.

Jaket, Philip, 163, 164.

James:
-, cardinal of St. Mary in Cosmidyn, 440.
-, rector of West Camel, 387.

James, Jaimys Roger, 464.

Janet, John, 426.

Janne:
-, John, 259.
-, William, vicar of Wells, 264.
-,-, Compare Gene, Jeny.

Jarpunville, L. de, 525.

Jarratt v. Bovet, 530.

Jatton, Jattona, Jattone, Jattoun. See Yatton.

Jay, Jeie:
-, Stephen, 347.
-, Thomas, burgess of Wells, 291.
-,-, Juliana wife of, 291.
-,-, Joan daughter of, 291.

Jelianeson, William, 517.

Jene. See Gene, Jeny.

Jenkin brother of Isaac, 130. See Bruges, Sutton.

Jeny, Jene:
-, John, 273.
-,-, vicar of Wells, 262.
-,-, Compare Gene, Janne.

Jerusalem, cardinal priest of Holy Cross in, 439, 440.

Jen. See Jew.

Jevechester, Jevelcestre, Jevelchester, Jevelchestre. See Ilchester.

Jevele. See Yeovil.

Jevelton, Jeveltone. See Yeovilton, Yevelton.

Jew, Jeu:
-, John le, 177, 495.
-,-, (Rewe) 484.
-, Roger le, 228. See Gyw.

Jews, 104, 515.
-, converted (?), 208.
-, debts to, 136.
-, profession of, 290.

Jewels, 165, 166, 196, 203, 204, 215, 290, 452, 461, 467.

Joan:
-, the laundress, 331.
-, sister of Lucy Lundreys, 165, 166.

Joce, Josce:
-, an acolyte, 75, 83.
-,-, Isabel daughter of, 75, 82.
-, Juvenis, 16.
-, the spicer, 16.

John king of England, 6–8, 63, 64, 66, 77, 117, 146–149, 306, 310, 431, 433, 437, 471, 472, 479, 494, 528.
-, charters of, 6, 7, 305, 434, 435, 438, 494, 497, 527.
-, steward of, 306.
-, count of Mortain, 6–9, 497.
-,-, chancellor and sewer of, 7.
-, lord of England, 8.

John XXII, pope, 179, 188, 207–211, 213, 214, 223, 235, 236, 442, 550.
-, bull of, 549, 550.
-, indulgence by, 216.

John XXIII. pope, 459.

John, 353, 514.
-, [ ], 350.
-, attorney of the parson of Norton under Hamdon, 401.
-, bishop of Bath and Glastonbury, 194, 203. (See Wells, Joscelin de.)
-, bishop of Exeter, 41, 54, 55.
-, brother of Lucy Lundreys, 166.
-, canon of Woodspring, 166.
-, cardinal of St. Angelo, 440.
-, cardinal of St. John and St. Paul, Pammachius, 439.
-, cardinal of St. Mary in Via Lata, 64.
-,-, papal legate, 63, 117.
-, cardinal of St. Praxed, 126.
-, the carpenter, 379.
-, the chamberlain, 471.
-, chamberlain of John de Carleton, 550.
-, the chaplain, 55.
-, (Joscelin?) the chaplain, 48.
-, chaplain of the bishop of Salisbury, 527.
-, chaplain of Congresbury, 133.
-, (de Serlon, Jslone), chaplain of the bishop of Exeter, 55.
-, the clerk, 25, 29, 490, 526.
-, clerk of the bishop of Exeter, 55.
-, clerk of bishop Roger, 72.
-, the cook, 202.
-, Damascenus. See Books.
-, de [ ], 3.
-, dean of Rouen, 309.
-,-, of Taunton. See Multon.
-, the draper, 87.
-, of Gaunt, duke of Aquitaine and Lancaster, 407.
-,-, — of Lancaster, 288, 356, 442.
-, master of St. Mark's hospital Bristol, 402.
-, called Parson, 510.
-, precentor of Path, 111, 113.
-, prior of Bath, 266, 295, 356, 381.
-,-, of Taunton, 42, 57.
-,-, of Woodspring, 70, 153, 396.
-, the priest, treasurer of Salisbury, 400.
-, provost of Wells, 53.
-, rector of Legh, dean of Taunton. See Multon.
-,-, of Weston supra Mare, 447.
-, the smith, 129.
-,-, widow of, 132.
-, the spenser, 29, 166, 202, 401.
-, the spicer, coroner of Salisbury, 140.
-, subprior of Bath, 63–65.
-, vicar of Cheddar, 367.
-,-, of Compton Dundon, 205.
-,-, of North Curry. See Taunton.
-,-, of Martock, 450.
-,-, of St. Cuthbert, 105, 143.
-, John son of, de Shepton, 362.
-, Nordmann son of, 434.
-, William son of, 7, 467.
-,-, steward of Normandy 527, 528.
-,-, Dionisia wife of, 527, 528.
-,-, de Harpetre, 441, 444, 467, 478.
-,-, William son of, 467.
-,-, lord of East Harptree, 25.
-, See Harpetre.

Jolyf, John, of Middlezoy, 240.

Jonge. See Young.

Jordan:
-, John son of, le Bakere, 259.
-, the chaplain, 361.
-,-, brother of Buckland hospital, 45.
-, the clerk, 69, 88.
-,-, de Turre, 493.
-, subprior of Bruton, 56.
-, William son of, 41. See Jurdan.

Jordanesone, Henry, 349.

Jordanestane, Jordaneston, John de, 100, 142.

Jorihampton. See Hinton St. George.

Josce. See Joce.

Joscelin, Gocelin:
-, archdeacon of Chichester, 21.
-, canon of Wells, 35.
-, chaplain of bishops Reginald and Roger, 9, 19, 21, 22, 24, 25, 38, 39, 41–46, 51, 52, 55, 68, 69, 75–77, 432, 489, 490, 492.
-,-, canon of Wells, 78, 98, 123, 126, 127, 470.
-,-, See Wells (Joscelin de).
-, reeve of Whitchurch, 486.
-, Ralph son of, archdeacon of (Barnstaple?), 20.
-, Reginald son of, Rainald, Rainaud, Reinald, archdeacon of Salisbury, 116.
-,-, bishop of Bath, 6–9, 13–15, 19–27, 37–39, 41–47, 51, 53–56, 58, 67–69, 78, 147, 149, 150, 169, 289, 306–308, 364, 426, 435, 436, 438, 467, 486, 489–492, 494, 530, 534.
-,-, election of, 116.
-,-, charters of, 24, 27, 46, 52, 69.
-,-, confirmations by, 9, 22, 24–27, 41–44, 46, 51, 53, 69.

Joye, William, master of the fabric, 220, 222.

Jslone (?). See John, Serlo.

Julius, cardinal of St. Marcellus, 440.

Jumiéges [France]:
-, abbot and convent of, 149, 239, 306, 398, 399.
-, abbot of, 399.
-, order of, 398.

Jurdan, Jurdain:
-, William, chaplain, 259.
-,-, the younger, 259.

Juries exemption from, 260, 261, 305.

Jury panel, 500.

Justices. See Batesford, Bourne, Boyland, Braybeuf, Briwes, Cardinan, Cobham, Cogan, Cole, Eboraco, Englefeld, Fauconberge, Foxle, Fulconis, Furneaux, Hammelton, Lexington, Montfort, Muletun, Muscegros, Pateshull, Poterna, Preston, Ralegh, Randolf, Rochester, Sancto Edmundo, Shareshull, Stanton, Thurkelby, Traci, Turre, Wells, Wicestre, William (son of).
-, of England. See Burgli, Glanvill, Peter (son of), Segrave.
-, of the Common Pleas. See Babyngton, Belknap, Brudenell, Charleton, Chocke, Danby, Percehay, Stonor.
-, of the King's Bench. See Tresahan.

Juyn, John, 458, 468.

K

Kaam. See Caam.

Kabie. See Calne.

Kacy (?), Lacy, Walter, 315.

Kaddok, John, monk of Bath, 92.

Kaerdine, Gilbert de, monk of Bath, 93.

Kaileway, Caileway, Kayleway, William, 502, 503.
-, Compare Galewayn.

Kainesham. See Keynesham, Keynsham.

Kam. See Caam.

Kam'. See Hamon.

Kamelarton. See Camerton.

Kannel (?). See Chauuel.

Kanning. See Canning.

Kardigan. See Cardigan.

Kardunvilla. See Cardevill.

Karempton, Karenton, Karentun, Kareton. See Carhampton.

Karevill. See Carvyle.

Kari. See Carey, Castle Cary.

Karscumbe. See Corscumbe.

Karswell. See Wells localities.

Kary. See Carey.

Kascumbe. See Corscumbe.

Katia (?), 318.

Kauuel. See Chauuel.

Kauz. See Cauz.

Kayleway. See Kaileway.

Kaynel, John, 503.

Kaynesham. See Keynesham, Keynsham.

Keche:
-, John, 348.
-, Stephen, 344.

Kede. See Cade.

Kedenore. See Ketenor.

Kedenot, Kydenot, Jul[iana], 166.

Kedwelly, John, 519.

Keinesham. See Keynesham, Keynsham.

Keinton Mandeville, Kyngton Maundevyle, rector of, 488.

Kelmescote, Thomas de, 157, 225.

Kelston, Calveston, manor of, 65, 439.

Kemmes, Bartholomew de, canon of Salisbury, 527.

Kemp, Kempe:
-, John, archbishop of York, cardinal of St. Balbina, 461.
-, Thomas, 502, 503.
-,-, Alice wife of, 503.

Ken, Kenne:
-, John (de), 39, 156.
-,-, of Blakemore, 505.
-,-, the elder, 509.
-, Nicholas de, 156.
-, Richard de, 9, 22, 39, 42–44, 52, 100.

Kene:
-, Hugh, 382.
-, Robert, 227.

Kenel, Gilbert, 133.

Kenet. See Kent.

Kenilworth [Warw.], Kenyngworth dictum of, 257.

Kenilworth, Kenigwrthe, Kenilleword, Kenilword, Keningeworth, Kenylworth, Kenyngworth:
-, Richard de, chancellor of Wells 35, 37, 49, 70, 98, 99.
-,-, treasurer of Wells, 135, 320.

Kenne. See Ken.

Kenouilla, John de, 489.
-, Compare Knoiel, Knovyle.

Kent:
-, county of, 6.
-, countess of, 292.
-, earl of. See Burgh.

Kent, Cantia, Kenet:
-, Thomas de, 47.
-,-, vicar of Wells, 82, 98, 132.

Kenylworth, Kenyngworth. See Kenilworth.

Kerchel. See Critchell.

Kerchull, Adam de, 451.

Kermerdyn. See Caermarthen.

Ketenor, Kedenore:
-, Robert de, 20.
-, Roger, 517.

Keward bridge, Kuerbrigge, 466.

Kewstoke, Kyustoke, rector of, 447, 483. See Norton.

Keyhaven in Hordle [Hants], saltworks at, 440. See Gatinton.

Keynesham, Kainesham, Kaynesham, Keinesham:
-, John de, vicar of Wells, 98, 129, 453.
-,-, vicar of Winscombe, 132, 137.
-, W. de, 75.
-, William de, 471, 472, 474, 475, 492.
-,-, canon of Wells, 29, 98, 118, 123, 129.
-,-, parson of Winscombe, 360, 361.

Keynsham, Kainesham, Kaynesham, Keynesham, 210, 397.
-, abbey of St. Mary of the order of St. Augustine, 210, 238, 367, 397.
-,-, foundation of, 210.
-, abbot of, 38, 40, 210, 212, 397.
-, canons of, 98.
-, pension paid by, 238.

Kilmersdon, Cynemerstun, 429.

Kilwardby, Robert, archbishop of Canterbury, 113, 114, 166, 168, 472, 476.

Kinardelegh, Kynardeseie:
-, Nicholas de, 548.
-, William, canon of Wells, 538.

King, Kyng, Kynge:
-, John (le), 251, 258, 259, 267, 338.
-,-, of Mark bridge, 302.
-, Nicholas, 302.
-, Simon (de), le, 374.
-,-, burgess of Wells, 509, 511.
-, Thomas le, 341.
-, Walter (le), 337, 339, 500.
-, William, 524.

King's Bench, court of, proceedings in, 425–428. See Justices.

Kingsbury, Kyngesbury, 33, 425.

Kingsbury Episcopi, Cyncgesbyrig, Kingesbiry, Kingesburi, Kingesbury, Kynesbiry, Kyngesbiry, Kyngesbury, Kynggesbury, Kyngisbury, 81, 160, 177, 219, 429, 475, 476.
-, hundred of, 439.
-, manor of, 146, 147, 439.
-, church of, 81, 439.
-,-, jurisdiction of the chancellor over, 203.
-, patronage of, 53, 389.
-, vicar of, 53, 547.
-, vicarage of, 53, 389.
-, Bynorthton moor in, 81.

Kingselere [Hants], 209. See Nuthanger.

Kingsettle, Kyngessetle (Kyngessecke), 354.

Kingston, Kynggestone by Taunton:
-, church of, 543, 544.
-, vicar of, 543, 544.

Kingston, Dorset, Kyngeston, 391.

Kingston Russell [Dorset], Kyngeston, 523.

Kingstone near Ilminster, Kyngestan, Kyngeston:
-, church of, 296, 380.
-, patrons of, 380.
-, rector of, 296, 380.
-, chaplain of, 380.

Kington St. Michael [Wilts], Kyngton Monialium, Kynton, Munechynekyngton, 397.
-, manor of, 167, 311, 437.
-, prioress of St. Mary at, 151, 397.
-, prioress and convent of, 200, 201, 397.
-, advowson of, 167, 168, 311, 360, 437, 472, 494.

Kirkham, Walter de, bishop of Durham, 257.

Kitchener, Walter the, monk of Bath, 92. See Coquina.

Klych, Richard, 284, 285.

Knap, Cnappe, Knapp, Knappe, la Knappe, in North Curry, 353, 355, 410, 413, 419, 422.
-, manor of, 62, 181, 224, 229, 230, 288, 351–354, 410, 421, 435, 469.
-,-, tenure of, 229.
-,-, lord of, 355, 422.
-,-, court of, 421.
-, tenants of, 169, 351, 352, 435.
-, field names in, 355, 417, 422.
-, mills at, 158, 187, 268, 321, 325, 419.
-, wood, Knapwode, 417. See Hele.

Knaploc, Cnaploc:
-, Robert de, 41.
-, William de, 511.

Knappe, Cnappe, Knapp:
-, Edith, 341.
-, John (atte, de, de la), 317, 321, 325, 332, 335, 352–355, 409, 413, 414, 418–422, 479.
-,-, Margaret wife of, 332, 352, 353.
-,-, Margery wife of, 351, 352.
-,-, John son of, 351, 352.
-, Thomas (de), 411, 414, 417, 461.

Kneyth, John, 349.
-, Compare Canutus, Knight.

Knight, Knyght, Knytz:
-, John, 280, 289, 372, 486.
-,-, of Chewton, 425.
-,-, Compare Cnyot.

Knighton in Stogursey, Knytteton, Kyncheton, 513, 514.

Knihpt. See Canutus.

Knoiel, Thomas, 455.
-, Compare Cnoll, Kenouilla.

Knoll in St. Decumans, la Cnoll, 45.

Knoll, Knolle. See Cnoll, Knowle.

Knolton. See Cnolton.

Knotford, Knotteford, James, 506.

Knovyle:
-, Gilbert, 229.
-, John de, 229.
-,-, Compare Kenouilla.

Knowle St. Giles, Cnoll, Knolle:
-, chapel of, 42.
-,-, a member of Cudworth church, 46, 309.

Knuth (Knihpt). See Canutus.

Knyght. See Knight.

Knyghtwynes wood in Sandford, Cnitwyneswode, Cnytwyneswode, 361.

Kiryghwyne, Walter, 338.

Knytteton. See Knighton.

Knytz. See Knight.

Kudeworth, Kudewrd, Kudewrda. See Cudworth.

Kuerbrigge. See Keward.

Kusinton. See Cosington.

Kydenot. See Kedenot.

Kylehurst, John de, notary public, 243.

Kyllyst. See Clist.

Kynardeseie. See Kinardelegh.

Kyncheton. See Knighton.

Kynemersdon, Richard de, 158.

Kynesbiry. See Kingsbury.

Kyng, Kynge. See King.

Kyngesalre. See Aller.

Kyngesbiry, Kyngesbury. See Kingsbury.

Kyngessetle (Kyngessecke). See Kingsettle.

Kyngessettele, Walter, 395.

Kyngestan, Kyngeston. See Kingston, Kingstone.

Kyngeston, Kynggestone:
-, Alan de, lord of a moiety of Cudworth, 485.
-, Stephen de, 547, 548.

Kynggesbury, Kyngisbury. See Kingsbury.

Kynggestone. See Kingston, Kyngeston.

Kyngton. Kynton. See Keinton, Kington.

Kyustoke. See Kewstoke.

Kyppincg, priest, 434.

Kyppyng:
-, Alice, of Cocklake, 200.
-,-, Margaret daughter of, 200.
-,-, William Uppehulle husband of, 200.

Kyrkebi, John de, canon of Wells, 34.



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