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L. the chaplain, 478.

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

Labour:
-, commutation of, 331, 335, 343, 349.
-, valuation of, 333–340, 342–351.

Labstun (?). See Breton.

Lacham, Lacheham. See Latcham.

Lacok:
-, Roger de, 471.
-, Thomas, prior of Bath, 434.

Lacton. See Yatton.

Lacy, Lascy:
-, Henry de, earl of Lincoln, constable of Chester, 391, 490.
-,-, Margaret wife of, 391, 490.
-, John de, 163.
-,-, earl of Lincoln, constable of Chester, 17.
-,-, canon of Wells, 220.
-,-, prebendary of Corsley, 159.
-,-, of a bursal prebend 159.
-, Roger de, constable of Chester, 528.
-, Walter (de), 7.
-,-, (Kacy), 315.

Lailloc. See Lullok.

Lake, Robert, sacrist of Bath, 266.

Lamai. See Lameia.

Lambert, 47.
-, Sirichera (?) wife of, 47.
-, subdean of Wells, 29, 35, 36, 135, 201.

Lambeth [Surrey], Lamehuth, Lameth, Lamhuth, 114, 173, 214, 443, 472, 550.

Lambr', Lanbr', Adam de, 39.

Lambrok Lambrock Langbrook:
-, Hugh de, 46.
-, John de, 177, 484.
-, William, treasurer of Wells, 284, 300.

Lambrook, Landbroc, 429.

Lamehuth. See Lambeth.

Lameia [Devon?], Lamai:
-, church of, 309, 436.
-,-, a prebend of Wells with Holcumbe Burnell, 19.

Lameth, Lamhuth. See Lambeth.

Lamietc. See Lamyatt.

Lamlegh at Stoke in North Curry, 12, 314, 316.

Lamport. See Langport.

Lamyatt, Lamiete, 145.

Lanbr'. See Lambr'.

Lancaster, duke of. See John of Gaunt.

Lancaster, de Lancastria, Henry of, earl of Leicester, 494.

Lancherley, Landsherlegh, 324.

Land. a, 38.

Landbroc. See Lambrook.

Landfranc. See Lanfranc.

Landsherlegh. See Lancherley.

Lane (Laue?):
-, Hugh de la, of Ilchester, 446.
-, William, 328.
-,-, Compare Loue.

Lanercost [Cumberland], 352.

Lanerleye (Laverleye?), John, 176.

Lanfranc, Landfranc, archbishop of Canterbury, 13, 434.

Lang. See Lange, Long.

Langanham. See Langham.

Langbrook. See Lambrok.

Lange. Lang:
-, Ælfric, 434.
-, John le, barber, 259.
-,-, dyer, 259.
-, Richard, 500.
-, William, 500. See Long.

Lange de Reu, Henry le, 156.

Langedoune in the hundred of North Curry, 410.

Langeford, lady of, 86, 87.

Langelborrowe, Langele Burel, Burell. See Langley Burrell.

Langele. See Langley.

Langelegh:
-, H. de, canon of Wells, 72.
-, T. de, 84.

Langelod in St. Decumans, 45.

Langelond, Langelonde. See Langland.

Langeman, Maud, 336.

Langeport. See Langport.

Langham in Chard (?), Langanham, 429.

Langham:
-, Simon de, archdeacon of Wells, 270.
-,-, cardinal of St. Sixtus, 270.

Langhelond. See Langland.

Langiston. See Langstone.

Langland, Langelond, Langelonde, Langhelond, Langlond, Langlonde, Longelond, Longheland:
-, Hugh de, 206, 210, 216, 221, 225, 227, 228, 229, 324, 336, 481, 495, 520, 536, 537.
-, John (de), 368–371, 425, 456, 536, 537.
-, Nicholas de, 184, 226, 536.
-,-, Joan wife of, 536.
-, Philip de, 234.

Langley [Herts.], Langele, 428.

Langley in Wiveliscombe Langele, 429.

Langley Burrell [Wilts], Langelborrowe, Langele Burel, Burell, 501–503.

Langley, North [Wilts], Northlangele, 502.

Langlond, Langlonde. See Langland.

Langport, Lamport, Langeport, 177, 335, 345, 484.
-, assize at, 456.

Langport:
-, Richard de, vicar of Wells, 36, 82, 98.
-, Roger de, 246.

Langsotton. See Sutton (Long).

Langstone [Monmouth], Langiston, dean of, 40.

Langton:
-, John de, bishop of Chichester, 213, 494, 497.
-, Stephen, archbishop of Canterbury, 15, 310, 432, 485, 489.
-,-, cardinal of St. Chrysogon, 310, 485.
-, Thomas, bishop of Salisbury, 468.
-, Walter de, bishop of Coventry and Lichfield, 352.
-,-, treasurer to Edward I, 352, 405.

Lantoke. See Cauntok.

Laprey, John, 518.

Lard money, 100, 145, 329, 336–341, 346–348.

Lardyner, Nicholas. See Bray.

Lascy. See Lacy.

Latam, Henry, 465.
-, Compare Mason.

Latcham in Wedmore, Lacham, Lacheham, Lecham, 285, 534.
-, Lake, 210, 212.

Latymer, Latemere, Nicholas, 506.

Laue. See Lane.

Laueleye, Laualee, Lauelee:
-, William de, vicar of Wells, 240, 242, 243.
-,-, Compare Lanerleye.

Laundei, Laundy, Richard, 291, 292.

Laundress:
-, Joan the, 331.
-, Wymarc the, 523.

Laundy. See Laundei.

Laurence, Laurenz:
-, John, 521.
-, William of Eton, rector of Uphill, 483.

Laurton. See Laverton.

Lauton, William de, canon of Wells, 114, 155, 172, 187, 193.

Laverkestok, Alexander de, 45.

Laverleye (?). See Lanerleye, Laueleye.

Laverton, Laurton, 114.
-, rector of, 292.

Laverton, Laurton:
-, Geoffrey de, 450.
-, John de, Sibyl relict of, 57.

Lawrence:
-, proctor of the abbot of Bec, 76.
-, reeve of Wells, 36, 202, 402, 527.

Lawrth (?). See Wrth.

Laystook. See Listoke.

Lebreto. See Ameneui.

Leochelad. See. Lechlade.

Lecham. See Latcham.

Lechlade, Leochelad, Lechela, Lechelad, Lcchelade, Licchelade, Lichelad, Lichelade:
-, Ralph de, 9, 22, 25, 39, 41–45, 51, 52, 68, 69, 432, 489, 492.
-,-, canon of Wells, 63–65, 367.
-,-, dean of Wells, 58, 491.
-,-, vicar of Wells, 135.
-, Thomas de, chancellor of Exeter, 229.
-,-, vicar of Wells, 225, 239.
-, W. de, 126.
-, Walter de, succentor of Wells, 106, 114, 148, 319, 403.
-,-, vicar of Wells, 132, 133, 137.
-, William de, vicar of Wells, 76, 98.

Lecton, Lectona, Lectun, Lectuna:
-, Adam de, 18, 29, 486.
-,-, kinsman of Walter de Dunheved, 29.
-,-, Compare Letton.

Leddrede:
-, John, 369.
-,-, the younger, 370.

Ledeford. See Lydford.

Lee:
-, Robert de, vicar of Winscombe, 185.
-, Thomas atte, 295.
-,-, Compare Legh, Lye, Lyghe.

Lega. See Legh, Leigh.

Legat, Leget:
-, Julian, 348.
-, William, 348.

Legates:
-, papal, 109. See Courtenay, Fieschi, Islip, John, Leon, Longchamp, Nicholas, Otto, Pandulf, Richard, Stratford, Sudbury, Theobald, Wittlesey.
-,-, jurisdiction of, 439.
-,-, expired, 436.
-,-, Compare Nuncio.

Legendary. See Books.

Leget. See Legat.

Legh. See Angersleigh, Leigh.

Legh. Lega, Leghe, Lyeth:
-, Peter, 267.
-, Reginald de, canon of Wells, 34.
-,-, treasurer of Wells, 450.
-, Thomas de, brother of Wells hospital, 142.
-, William de, 166, 461, 468, 511, 536, 537.
-,-, Compare Lee, Lye, Lyghe.

Legh, William de, 374.

Leghe (?), 354.

Leghe. See Legh.

Leghe Wodecok. See Woodcocks Ley.

Leicester, Leycestre, earls of. See Beaumont, Lancaster.

Leigh in Winsham, Lega, 534.

Leigh, Canon, in Burlescombe [Devon], Legh, priory of St. Mary and St. John at, 400.
-, prior of 400.
-, prior and canons or convent of, 83, 84, 400.

Leighland in Old Cleeve, Leigh, chapel of St. Giles at, 386.

Lellisdon. See Lillisdon.

Lene, Agnes, wife of John Webbe, 267.

Leng. See Lyng.

Lenga, Alexander de, 43, 487.

Lenge. See Lyng.

Lenne, Eustace de, official of Canterbury, 134, 411.

Lentenay, Gilbert de, 97.

Leobert the clerk, 18.

Leofric:
-, bishop of Exeter, 428.
-,-, death of, 434.

Leofweard, abbot, 428.

Leofwin:
-, bishop of Coventry 428.
-, duke, 428.
-, Godwinessunu, 434.

Leon, Hugh son of Peter, cardinal deacon of St. Angelo and legate, 22.

Leonius, dean of Wells, 40, 53, 54, 67, 490.

Lepers' houses, 431, 432.

Lesesilver, 330, 332.

Lessinton. See Lexington.

Letitia, 443.

Letton, R. de, vicar (of Wells?), 131.
-, Compare Lecton, Litton.

Leuekenor, Nicholas de, 312.

Lewes. See Robert (bishop).

Lewys, John, 500.

Lexington, Lessinton, Lexinton, Lexintun:
-, Henry de, treasurer of Salisbury, 76, 94.
-, John de, 487.
-, R. de, 94.
-,-, rector of High Ham, 366.
-, Robert de, justice, 478.

Ley. See Woodcocks Ley.

Leycestre. See Leicester.

Leycestria, William de, citizen of Wells, 77.

Liberties, 147, 259–261, 305, 322, 438, 439, 472, 494.

Licchelade, Lichelad, Lichelade. See Lechlade.

Lichelak, Lichelake, 227, 228.

Lichfield and Coventry, bishop of. See Langton, Northburgh. See also Chester, Coventry.

Lideard. See Lydeard.

Lideford. See Lydford.

Lidegeard, Lideyard, Lidgeard, Lidgerd, Lidiard, Lidiarde, Lidierd. See Lydeard, Lydiard.

Lidiete, Lidieta, Bernard de la, Christina wife of, 511, 512.

Lidlegh in Whitchurch [Dorset], 523.

Lidtona. See Litton.

Lidyerd. See Lydeard.

Lif, Lyf', Lyffe:
-, John, 513.
-, Walter (de. le), 184, 408, 412, 423.

Lillebon, Hugh de, 55.

Lilleford (Litteford), 354.

Lillisdon, Lellisdon, Lillesdon, Lillesdone:
-, hamlet in North Curry, 242, 323, 320, 331, 419, 420, 461.
-, lords or lady of, 326, 331, 414, 420, 461, 468.
-, chapel of St. Martin at, 419.
-,-, chantry in, 414, 418–420.

Limesey, Robert de, bishop of Chester, 14.

Limeuma (?), William de, 43.

Limington, Liminton, 10.

Limington, Lymigton, Lymington, Lymyngton:
-, Hugh de, 157, 208, 373, 444.
-,-, vicar of Wells, 225, 374, 376.
-,-, obit of, 225.

Lincoln [Line]:
-, city of, 136.
-, parliament at, 175, 428.
-, archdeacon of, 118, 302, 367.
-, bishop of, 99, 118, 404. See R., Bluet, Alexander, Blois, Wells, Grosseteste, Burghersh. See also Dorchester.
-, cathedral church of, fabric of, 431.
-,-, vicars of, 431.
-, dean of, 118, 120, 135.
-, dean and chapter of, 99, 135.
-,-, common fund of, 431.
-, diocese, archdeacons of, 135.
-, canons of, 367, 401, 471.
-, chancellor of, 120.
-, earl of. See Lacy.
-, treasurer of, 120.

Lincoln, Lincolnia, Lyncoln:
-, Alvered de, sheriff of Somerset, 493.
-, Andrew de, 493.
-, John de, vicar of St. Decumans, 551.
-, William de, 401.
-,-, canon of Lincoln, 367.
-,-, chancellor of Wells, 72, 81, 496.

Lincombe, Linconba, Lincumb. See Lyncombe.

Lincumbe. See Lynoumbe.

Lisewig'. See Lysewy.

Lisind (?), Joscelin de, 492.

Lisle, viscount, de Lyle. See Talbot.
-, Compare Insula.

Listoke (Laystock), Lutstok, 321.
-, Lustokewode, Luttestokeswode, 414, 417.

Literatus, 415.

Litleton, Litletun See Littleton, Lyttelton.

Litteford. See Lilleford.

Littelbiria, Peter de, 7.

Litteleton, Littelton, Litteltone. See Lyttelton.

Littleney (?), Lytilnye, Lytlenige 429, 484.

Littleton near Chew, Litletun, 429.

Littleton, High, Heghelitleton (Heglhington), Litleton, Luttleton, 144.
-, church of, 210.
-, patrons of, 210.
-, rector of, 113.
-, vicarage of, 210.

Littleton. See Lyttelton.

Litton, Hlittun, Hlytton, Lidtona, Lutthuna, Lutton, 12, 280, 429, 486, 533, 534.
-, manor or lordship of, 121, 280, 486.
-, a prebend of Wells, 75, 255.
-,-, attached to the deanery, 33.
-, prebendary of, 121, 269, 280, 282, 293, 298, 300.
-, church or chapel of, 109, 534. See Green down, Sherbourne.

Litton. Compare Letton.

Liveries of cloth and hats, statute of, 404, 405, 407, 424.

Llandaff [South Wales]:
-, archdeacon of, 40.
-, bishop of, 212. See Henry, Breuse.

Loan to the king, 172, 175, 199, 200, 245, 428.
-, Compare Aid.

Loccum. See Luccumbe.

Lock, Loeck, Loek:
-, Adam, mason, 35, 36.
-,-, Agnes wife of, 35, 36.
-,-, Thomas son of, 35, 36.
-,-, executors of, 35.

Lockestun. See Loxton.

Locking. Lockyng, Lokkynge, vicar of, 480, 483.

Lodar. See Loder.

Lode, Robert de la, 316.

Lodehywysch (Dodehywysch), John de, 388.

Loder, Lodar, Lode, Lodere:
-, Alan, 369, 372.
-, William (le), 259, 510.

Lodewell:
-, Hugh de, 453, 456.
-, Payn de, 62.

Lodres, Hilary de, 476.

Loeck, Loek. See Lock.

Logore, Luggore, Lugouere:
-, Thomas de, canon of Wells, 170.
-,-, chancellor of Wells, 154.

Lokkynge. See Locking.

Lokyer, John, 544.

Lolinton, Lollinton. See Lullington.

Lombard. Lumbard:
-, Hugh (Henry), canon of Wells, 55.
-,-, parson of Warminster, 55.
-, J., 268.
-, John, canon of Wells, 161, 271, 409.
-,-, prebendary of East Harp-tree, 161.
-,-, executors of, 271.

London [Middx.], 3, 76, 85, 89, 90, 107, 108, 128, 129, 131, 148, 160, 168, 179, 195, 211, 232, 274, 275, 365, 403, 407.
-, documents dated at, 8, 65, 149, 151, 155, 179, 184, 185, 224, 247, 250, 256, 269, 282, 284, 286, 287, 366, 368, 384, 390, 391, 403, 411, 421, 448, 462, 476, 480, 482, 489, 506.
-, parliament at, 175.
-, council at, 4.
-, convocation at, 274, 287. See London, cathedral.
-, mayor of, 475.
-, burgess of, 223.
-, chamberlain of, 462.
-, constable of, 21, 22.
-, bishop of, 130, 437, 491. See William, Maurice, Beaumes, Foliot, Ely, St. Mary's Church, Fauconberge, Niger, Basset, Gravesend, Gravesend, Bynteworth.
-, archdeacon of, 236, 492.

London, cathedral church of St. Paul in 179, 182, 197, 215, 216, 274, 278, 285, 287, 462.
-, dean of, 19, 83, 84, 86, 130, 365.
-,-, house of, 155, 247.
-,-, Chaplain of, 19.
-, canons of, 56, 57, 129, 137, 289.
-, chancellor and master of school in, 56, 491.
-, precentor of, 56.
-, treasurer of, 56.

London:
-, church of St. Clement de Denissemanneohurch near, 474, 475.
-,-, St. Helen in, 16.
-,-, St. Mary le Bow in, 134, 250, 384, 411, 476.
-,-, court of Arches in. See Arches.
-, hospital of St. Bartholomew Smithfield in the suburb of, 474, 479.
-,-, brethren and sisters of, 474.
-, priory of St. Mary Overy Southward See Southwark.
-, school in. See London, chancellor of.
-, streets in. Broad street, Bradestrate, 16.
-,-, High street leading to Bishopsgate, 16.
-, the New Temple in, 85, 89, 107, 126, 128, 310, 311, 430, 479.
-, the Old Temple, 404.
-, foreign merchants in, 119. See Southwark.

London, Lund':
-, Adam the clerk of, 19.
-, Alexander de, 81, 96.
-,-, vicar of Wells, 132.
-, Henry de, canon of Wells, 35, 49, 527.
-,-, treasurer of Wells 5, 72, 74, 75, 77, 78, 83, 85, 86, 89, 97–99, 121–123, 127, 131, 132, 134, 136, 138, 308, 451, 470.
-, Hugh de, 56.
-, John de, 535.
-,-, cation of Wells, 246, 538, 542, 513, 546, 547.
-,-, official of dean London, 540.
-,-, executors of, 420. See Pym.
-, Richard (de of), 81, 104, 106, 108, 110, 111, 142, 148, 315, 320, 451.
-,-, steward of dean Cnoll, 105.
-, Walter de almoner to Edward III 235.
-,-, dean of Wells, 235, 238–242, 246–251, 323, 410, 415, 446, 449, 535–543, 545–547, 551.
-,-, executor of, 282.
-,-, Compare Lodres.

Lone (?). See Loue.
-, Compare Lane.

Lonchyve, Henry, 501.

Long, Longus:
-, John, 41, 469.
-, Reginald, 62.
-, Richard, 525.
-, Robert, weaver, 106.
-, Thomas, of Bristol, 80.
-, William, 512.
-,-, Compare Lange.

Longchamp, Longo campo:
-, Henry de, 6.
-, William de, bishop elect of Ely and chancellor, 6, 14, 309.
-,-, bishop of Ely, 51.
-,-, papal legate, 58.

Longelond. See Langland.

Longespee, Lungespeye:
-, William, 487.
-,-, earl of Salisbury, 7.

Longhelond. See Langland.

Longleat [Wilts], 394.
-, priory of the order of St. Augustine at, prior of, 394.
-,-, prior and convent of, 394.

Longo Campo. See Longchamp.

Longus. See Long.

Lonlay [France]:
-, abbey of, 367.
-, abbot of, 367.
-, cell of, 367.

Lopen, Lopene, 425.

Loppe, William, 347, 318.

Lorty. Lortye, de Lurtye, de Ortiaco, de Urtiaco (Urciaco, Urciato, Urnaco):
-, Henry, 316, 408, 412, 423.
-, John, 288, 325, 327, 410, 413, 419.
-, Walter, 316.

Loryng, Louering, Louerrying, Loueryng:
-, Edward, 351, 352.
-, John, 161.
-, William, vicar of Wells, 284.

Loscumb, Robert de, 136.

Losinga, Herbert, bishop of Thetford, 14.

Loue (Lone, Love, Lowe?):
-, John, 81, 330.
-, William, 410, 476.

Louelyn, Felicia, 544.

Louel, Louell. See Lovel.

Loueny. See Loveny.

Loueput. Peter, 441.

Louering. Louerryng, Loueryng. See Loryng.

Loueseftes scrobet in Sandford, 361.

Louestheft, Loueseft, Luueseft:
-, Henry, 360, 361.
-,-, wife of, 360.
-,-, Albreda daughter of, 361.
-, Philip, of Winscombe, 362.

Loughteburgh. William de, doctor of laws, 264.

Louth Park [Linc.], monk of, 135.

Love (?). See Loue.

Love day, 85, 186, 187.

Lovel, Louel, Louell, Luvel:
-, Eleanor, 354.
-, Henry, 2.
-, John, obit of, 164.
-, Richard, 228, 497.
-, Walter, 350.

Lovelyn. See Louelyn.

Loveny, Loueny, Lovenee, Luveny:
-, Richard de, 177, 184, 217, 484.
-, Walter (de), 17, 320, 413, 418.
-, William de, 487.

Lovington, Lovinton, Lovyngton, Lovyngtone, Lovynton, Luvington, Luvinthon, Luvinton, Luvitone, Luvitune, Luvyngton, 121, 149, 306, 359, 450.
-, manor of, 199, 248.
-, lord of, 41, 149, 169, 248, 306.
-, advowson of, 41, 42.
-, church of, 41, 149, 169, 199, 203, 248, 306, 359, 450, 451, 533.
-,-, farm of 111, 170, 192, 198, 230, 246, 297, 532. See Huish.

Lovyngton, Lovintona, Luvinthon:
-, Alward de, 451.
-, Robert de, 42, 219, 241, 259, 464.
-,-, reeve of Wells, 510. See Arden, Carey (Barry).

Loxton, Lockestun, Loxtone, 504.
-, parson of, 501.

Lucas, Lucays, Lukays:
-, John, 517, 520.
-, Robert, 518.
-,-, Joan wife of, 518.
-,-, Thomas son of, 518.
-, William, 506, 507, 519.

Luccombe, East, Estloccom, 355.

Luccumbe, Loccum, Lucthumbe:
-, John, 355.
-, Simon de, 400.

Lucy, Luci:
-, Geoffrey de 105.
-,-, rector of Chilthorn Domer, 164.
-, Godfrey, bishop of Winchester, 6, 51.
-, Richard de, 8.

Luda:
-, W. de, prebendary of Buckland, 161.
-, William de, bishop of Ely, 256, 391.

Ludeford, William de, of Bath and Wells diocese, notary public, 540–542, 544–548.

Ludelawe, William de, 447.

Ludingeland [Suff.], 431.

Luffa, Ralph de, bishop of Chichester, 14.

Lugduno, Dalmasius de, the steward, 25.

Lugdunum (?), St. Andrew's castle without, 81.

Luggore. Lugouere. See Logore.

Lugwardyn, John, prebendary of Taunton 263.

Lukays. See Lucas.

Luke:
-, the clerk, canon of Wells and prebendary of Dogmersfield, 54.
-, master. See Membury.
-, vicar of Wells, 76.
-, John son of, parson of Henstridge, 20, 22.

Lullington, Lullyngton:
-, manor of, 394.
-, church of, 394.

Lullington, Lolinton, Lollinton, Lullingtun, Lullinton, Lullyngton, Lullynton:
-, Ralph de, 100, 152.
-,-, canon of Wells, 106, 142, 317, 531.
-,-, will of, 267.
-,-, executor of, 148.

Lullok Lailloc, William, 270, 368, 370.

Lullyngton, Lullynton. See Lullington.

Lumbard. See Lombard.

Lunariis (?). See Luvariis.

Lund'. See London.

Lundr', Richard, 202.

Lundreys, Lucy, 165, 166, 444.
-, will of, 165, 166.
-, obit of, 166.
-, Eva servant of, 166.
-, Nicholas le Proest husband of, 165, 166.
-, John, Walter, brothers of, 166.
-, Agnes, Clarice, Joan, Margery, sisters of, 165, 166.
-, Agnes daughter of, 165, 166.
-, Richard nephew of, 166.
-, Agnes cousin of, 166.

Luners (?). See Luvariis.

Lung', Philip de, 362.

Lungespeye. See Longespee.

Lupeyate, Thomas, 358.

Lup[us?], William, 3.

Lurtye. See Lorty.

Luskevill, Luxevyle, prebend of. See Warminster.

Lust ok:
-, [ ], 330.
-, Philip de, 330.

Lustokewode. See Listoke.

Luteleston (?) manor of, in Wedmoreland, 138.

Lutelton, Luteltone. See Lyttelton.

Luterel, Andrew, 184, 495.

Lutleton. See Lyttelton.

Lutstok. See Listoke.

Luttelton. See Lyttelton.

Luttestokeswode. See Listoke.

Lutthuna. See Litton.

Luttleton. See Littleton, Lyttelton.

Luttogars, Nicholas, of Huish Episcopi, Thomas son of, 177.

Lutton. See Litton.

Luttulton. See Lyttelton.

Luueseft. See Louestheft.

Luvariis (Lunariis?), Luveriis, Luvers, Nicholas de, 9, 22, 24, 43, 52.

Luvel. See Lovel.

Luveny. See Loveny.

Luveriis, Luvers. See Luvariis.

Luvington; Luvinton, Luvitone, Luvitune, Luvyngton. See Lovington.

Luvinthon. See Lovington, Lovyngton.

Luxevyle, Luskevill, prebend of. See Warminster.

Lydeard, Lidiard, 33, 87.
-, chaplain of, 84, 85.

Lydeard, Bishops, Lideard, Lidegeard, Lideyard, Lidgeard, Lidgerd, Lidiard, Lidierd, Lidyerd, Lydeyard, Lydiard, Lydierd, Lydiert, Lydyard, 154, 385, 429, 439, 450, 474.
-, hundred and liberty of, 439.
-,-, court of 154.
-, manor of, 32, 147, 184.
-, metes and bounds of, 184.
-, homage of, 32, 154.
-, church of, 32, 51, 52, 108, 109, 114, 149, 203, 212, 306, 439, 533.
-,-, farm of, 159, 169, 170, 192, 193, 198, 199, 222, 230, 532.
-, parsonage of, 32.
-, rectors of, 154, 384.
-, vicar of, 32, 52, 90, 108, 109.
-, market and fair at, 152.
-, Bishop's wood in, Bissopeswod, 474.
-, Langemede in, 154. See Bishpool, Combe, Fouracre.

Lydeard Hill, Hylle, montana, 429, 474.

Lydeard Pinoherton, Lydiard Ponchardon, tithes of, 385.

Lydford, West, Ledeford, Lideford, Westlideford, Westludeford:
-, church of, 203, 309, 436, 533.
-,-, a prebend of Wells, 23, 24.
-, advowson of, 23, 403.
-, rector of, 23, 268, 403.
-, [vicar?] of, 23, 24.

Lydiard, Lidiarde, Ralph de, 360, 486.

Lydiard, Lydiard, Lydiert, Lydyard. See Lydeard.

Lydyard alias Mertok, Henry de. See Martoc.

Lye:
-, John, vicar probationer, 300.
-, T., 304.
-,-, Compare Lee, Legh, Lyghe.

Lyeth. See Legh.

Lyf, Lyffe. See Lif.

Lyghe:
-, William, 517.
-,-, Agnes wife of, 517.
-,-, Compare Lee, Legh, Lye.

Lyle. See Lisle, Talbot.

Lymigton, Lymington. See Limington.

Lympsham, Lymplesham, Lympysam:
-, church of, 296.
-, rector of, 480.

Lymyngton. See Limington.

Lynche (Dynche), John de, 388.

Lyncoln. See Lincoln.

Lyncombe (Bath), Lincombe, Linconba, Lincumb, 386, 439, 440.

Lyncumbe, Lincumbe:
-, Ralph de, 360.
-, Walter de, 361.

Lyng, Leng, Lenge, 318, 319, 325, 333.
-, manor or town of, 317, 318.
-, court of, 318, 319.
-, vicar of, 287.
-, West, Westleng, Westlenge, 329, 417.

Lynmor, John, 515.

Lynton:
-, John, notary public, 384.
-, Thomas, treasurer of Wells. See Hynton.

Lyons [France], 364, 436, 437, 493.

Lyons, Thomas, 516.

Lysewy, Lisewig':
-, Hamon de, citizen of Salisbury, 140.
-, Richard de, 493.

Lyte, Lyt:
-, Thomas, 500.
-, William, 526.

Lytilnyc, Lytlenige. See Littleney.

Lyttelton, Litleton, Litteleton, Littelton, Litteltone, Littleton, Lutelton, Luteltone, Lutleton, Luttelton, Luttleton, Luttulton, Lyttleton:
-, Henry de, 354.
-, Robert de, 477.
-, Wibert de, master of arts, bachelor of laws, 235.
-,-, canon of Wells, 230, 233, 235, 236, 442.
-,-, chancellor of archbishop Stratford, 442.
-,-, dean elect of Wells, 234–236.
-,-, death of, 236, 443.
-, William de, 274, 449.
-,-, canon of Wells, 239.
-,-, precentor of Wells, 239–241, 243, 246, 249, 395, 443, 446, 448, 456, 486, 538–540, 542, 543, 546, 550.

Lywere, Walter, Richard son of, 425, 427.

M

M., master, 30.

Maan, Roger, le, 156.

Machon, Machun:
-, John, 139.
-,-, of Worcester diocese, notary public, 465.
-,-, secretary to bishop Bekinton, 465.
-,-, Compare Mason.

Mackenee, Robert de, vicar of Wells, 544.

Mackesmull. See Max mill.

Maekesnmlle, William de, 362. See Molendino, de.

Madefray, Thomas, canon of Wells, 271, 273.

Madut. See Mauduit.

Maghfeld. See Mayfield.

Magot. Magoth:
-, Adam, 18, 135, 486.
-, Philip, 135.
-, Ralph, 496.
-, Walter, of Wells, 107.

Mahu. See Mayhew.

Maidenestan, Maydenestan, Maydeneston:
-, W. de, 522.
-, Walter de, 28, 32, 33, 49, 90, 135.
-, William de, 379.

Maile, Male, John, vicar of Wells, 158, 176.

Mainz [Germany], council of, 256.

Makerel, Thomas, rector of Stogumber, 109, 376. See Charlton Mackrell.

Malalnoi, Malaunai, Malo Alneto, Hugh de, 7.

Mala muliere, Thomas de, 42.

Malarie. See Malorre.

Malcolinus (Malcolm?):
-, canon of Wells, 34.
-, obit of, 163.

Male. See Maile.

Malerbe. See Malherbe.

Malet, Malett:
-, Baldwin, 41, 326, 493.
-, Gilbert, 21, 353.
-, Hugh, 527.
-, Jordan, 526.
-, William, 11, 59, 143. See Curry Mallet.

Malford. See Christian Malford.

Malger, Mauger, 50.
-, bishop of Worcester, 64.
-, the priest, vicar of Wells, 18, 29.
-, Hugh son of, 41.

Malger, Mauger, Walter, 29.

Malherbe, Malerbe, Malberba:
-, Adam, 504.
-, Gervase, 501.
-, Hugh (de), 354, 367, 501, 504.
-,-, of Shipham, 361.
-, Margery, 503.
-, Robert, 50, 78, 79, 362, 501, 504, 505.
-,-, son of Henry de Mudeslegh, 67.
-,-, son of Robert, 501.
-,-, lord of Shipham, 501, 504.
-,-, Sarah daughter of, 505.
-, William, 42, 186, 198, 497, 501, 504.

Malmesbury [Wilts], 304.
-, abbot of, 525, 526.
-, precentor of, 525.

Maloisel, Richard, 156.

Malorre, Malarie:
-, Peter, 391.
-, Thomas, 407.

Malreward, Marleward, Maureward, Mauruward:
-, Geoffrey, 471.
-, John, 136, 138.
-,-, of Bath, vicar of Bathwick, 389.

Malvern, John de, prior of Worcester, 358.

Mancel. See Mansell.

Manchuppe. See Manshipp.

Mandeville, Maundeville:
-, of Marshwood, family of, 527, 528.
-, Geoffrey de, 522, 527.
-,-, relict of, 431.
-,-, the elder, 527, 528.
-,-, of Coker, 527.
-, Ralph de, 527.
-,-, Dionisia daughter of, 527.
-, Robert de, 431, 480, 525–528.
-,-, Hill' wife of 431.
-, Thomas de, 431.
-, William de, 431.
-,-, earl, 353. See Keinton.

Mancscumbe in Whitchurch [Dorset], 524.

Manescumbe, Ralph de, 524.

Manfred cardinal of St. Sabina, 440.

Manlond, Mannelond, John, 350.

Mans, le [France], 6.
-, dean of, 309.

Mansehup, Manschupe. See Manshipp.

Mansell, Mancel, Maunsel, Maunsell, Monsell:
-, J., 128.
-,-, canon of Wells, 97.
-, John, 500.
-,-, prebendary of Shalford, 496.
-, Nicholass, 418, 422, 452.

Manshipp, Manchuppe, Manschup, Manschupe, Manshepe:
-, Alice, of Blackford, 545, 546.
-, John, 160, 200, 212, 536.

Manston:
-, John, bachelor in laws, 251.
-,-, vicar of Pucklechurch, 251.
-,-, obit of, 407.

Manual. See Books.

Manyford, John, 326.

Manvman. Menyman, John, vicar of Wells, 497, 498.

Manywrench, Richard, 510.

Maperton, 48.

Mapoudre, Richard de, canon of Salisbury, 527.

Marcaunt. See Merchant.

Marcel, John, canon of Wells. See Martel.

March [Scotland], la Marche, earl of. See Dounbar.

Marchall. See Marshal.

Marchand, Marchaunt. See Merchant.

Marche, la. See March, Marchia.

Marchesley, Marchesleygh, Richard de, 204, 217.

Marchey. See Martineseye.

Marchia, la Marche:
-, John de, brother of the bishop, 247.
-, William de, treasurer of Edward I, 214, 313.
-,-, bishop of Bath and Wells, 61, 148, 158, 163, 164, 220, 261, 397, 550.
-,-, election of, 529, 530.
-,-, nephew of, 240, 245, 247.
-,-, executors of, 155, 247.
-,-, bequest of, 155, 199, 200, 240, 245–247.
-,-, alleged miracles of, 211–214.
-,-, translation of, 205.
-,-, proposed canonization of, 211–214.

Mare, Meare, Mere, hamlet in North Curry, 242, 288.

Mare:
-, Elias de la, 70, 477.
-, Everard de, 514.
-, Henry de la, 486.
-, Nicholas de la, 70.
-, Pavn de la, 486.
-, Peter de la, 477.
-,-, lord of Priestleigh, 521.

Mareis. See Mareys.

Marere. See Martre.

Marescallus, Mareschal, Mareschall. See Marshal.

Marescis, Maresco. See Marisco.

Mareys, Mareis, Marreys Marys:
-, Adam, 513, 514.
-, John, 229, 505, 507, 512, 513, 516–520.
-,-, de Maresco, 508.
-, Stephen, 518.
-, William, 328.
-,-, Compare Mari, Marisco, Mershe.

Margaret:
-, queen of Edward I, 61, 204, 220, 221.
-,-, of Henry VI, 407.

Margerie, John, 330.

Margery:
-, sister of Lucy Lundreys, 165.
-, Peter son of, 138.

Mari, Marie:
-, Richard, vicar of Wells, 162.
-, Robert de, 512.
-,-, Compute Mare, Mareys, Marisco, Mershe.

Mariscallus. See Marshal.

Marisco, Marescis, Maresco, Mariscis:
-, A. de, 135.
-, Adam de, monk of Athelney, 317.
-, John de, 320, 412.
-, John Marevs de, 508.
-, Nicholas de, 523, 524.
-, Richard (de) chancellor of England, 310, 311.
-,-, canon of Wells, 72, 119, 131.
-, Robert de, 119, 121, 354.
-,-, canon of Wells, 70, 72, 79, 85, 88, 89, 92, 96, 123, 128, 129, 131, 132, 138, 141, 496, 531.
-,-, prebendary of Easton in Gordano, 80, 119, 130.
-, Simon de, 7, 486.
-,-, William son of, 135.
-, Walkelin de, 39, 43, 44.
-,-, Compare Mareys, Mari, Mershe, Salso Marisco.

Mark, Mere, Mercern, Merch, Mercha, Merehe, Merk, Merke, Merker, Merkerun, 16, 33, 39, 65, 160, 216, 429, 439, 533, 534, 536, 537.
-, manor of 227, 228, 284.
-, church or parochial chapel of, 284, 534.
-,-, dedication of, 105.
-,-, a prebend attached to Wedmore, 60, 105.
-, patron of, 60.
-, rector of, 60, 105.
-, chaplain of, 284.
-, vicarage of, 540.
-, bridge of, 216, 302.
-, moor of 158. See Markham.

Markaunt. See Merchant.

Markes, Nicholas, 362.

Markham, Merkeham, Merkham, in Wedmoreland, 160, 200, 216.

Marksbury, Merkisbury, 152.

Marlborough [Wilts], Marleberg, Merleberg, 7, 8.
-, statute of, 257.

Marlere, Robert le, 379.

Marleward. See Malreward.

Marmion, Marmiun:
-, Robert, 13, 23, 97.
-, William, 2.

Marreys. See Mareys.

Marriage:
-, aid for, 231.
-, contract of, 122.
-, sale of, 106, 127, 200, 409, 413. See Merchet.

Marshal:
-, Richard the, 9, 22, 25, 41–44, 52, 68, 432, 492.
-, Robert the, 10, 93, 137.
-, Roger the, 432.
-, William the, 19.

Marshal of England. See Bygot, Marshal.

Marshal, Marchall, Marescallus, Mareschal, Mareschall, Mariscallus, Marshall:
-, Gilbert, the king's marshal, William Giffard son of, 144.
-,-, earl of Pembroke 438.
-, Henry (le), 505.
-,-, bishop of Exeter, 54, 55, 64.
-, John, 6, 14, 309, 311, 445.
-,-, the king's marshal, 144.
-, Robert, of Culham, 407.
-, William, 6, 14, 51, 309.
-,-, earl, rector regis et regni, 16.
-,-, earl of Pembroke, 311.

Marshwood [Dorset], Merswd, Morswde Merswod, Merswude, 523, 527.
-, barony, descent of, 527, 528.
-, chapel of, 523, 524.

Marston Magna Merston, vicar of, 388.

Martel, Marcel, Martell:
-, Henry, 258.
-, John, canon of Wells, 171, 172, 178, 179, 190, 195, 196, 201, 203, 215, 217, 222, 230, 236, 390, 448, 542, 543.
-,-, chantry of, 446, 448.
-, Thomas. See Husebonde.
-, William, 8.

Martin [Wilts], Marton, 474.

Martin V, pope, 464.

Martin, 353.
-, master, 19.
-, monk of Bath, 63–65.
-, Nicholas son of, 403.
-,-, Isabel wife of, 403.
-, William son of, 353.

Martin, Martyn:
-, Edmund, 388.
-, Geoffrey, 536.
-, John, 348.
-, Nicholas, 485.
-, Robert, 327, 328.
-, Thomas, vicar of Wells, 284.
-, William 445.
-,-, of Stolford, 518. See Compton Martin.

Martineseye (Marchey?), 313.

Martley [Worc.]. See Hillington.

Martoc, Mertoc, Mertoch, Mertock, Mertok:
-, John de, 163, 164, 372, 432.
-, Thomas (de), 219, 368, 369, 372, 373, 376.
-,-, of Wells, 370, 371.
-, William de, 24, 38, 42, 43, 48, 229, 486.
-,-, warden of the treasury, 131.
-, alias Lydyard, Henry de, vicar of Wells, 84–88, 90.

Martock Martok, Mertok, 36, 37, 446, 452.
-, church of All Saints at, 51, 446, 448, 450, 451.
-, rectory, advowson of, 449.
-,-, tithes of, 36, 452.
-, rector of, 446, 449, 451.
-, vicarage of, 449.
-, vicar of, 450, 451. See Coat.

Marton. See Martin.

Martre (Marere), Ralph, 19, 53, 150, 307, 430.

Martyn. See Martin.

Martyrology. See Books.

Marys. See Mareys.

Mason, Masson. Mazun:
-, [ ], 267.
-, Alice le, 162.
-, John le, the, 476.
-, Nicholas le, 541.
-, Thomas le, 225, 470.
-,-, Campare Latam, Machon.

Masses 1, 23, 34, 48, 53, 54, 57, 61, 70, 78, 105–108, 114, 140, 143, 144, 165, 188, 204, 220–223, 230, 237, 248, 254, 255, 277, 280, 283, 294, 356, 358, 376–381, 386, 395, 406, 409, 414, 420, 441, 442, 444, 445, 453, 457–461, 465, 467, 468, 490, 544.

Mass priests. See Wells cathedral.

Masson. See Mason.

Matthew:
-, cardinal of New St. Mary, 440.
-, de coquina, 432.
-, parson of Christian Malford, 126.
-, prior of Bradenstock, 28.
-, Herbert son of, 366.

Mauclerk:
-, Walter, bishop of Carlisle, 92, 305, 310, 438, 494.
-, treasurer of Henry III, 305, 494.

Maud:
-, queen of Henry I, 14, 15.
-,-, of William, I, 66, 431, 434.
-, lady of Batheaston, chantry of, 140.

Mauduit, Madut, Maudut:
-, Robert, the chamberlain, 26.
-, Thomas, 365, 366.

Mauger. See Malger.

Maulesberg, Maulesbergh, Mcauleberg':
-, Richard de, 201, 402, 477.
-,-, Margery wife of, 402.
-,-, William son of, 38, 39, 402.

Maulesberg'. See Melsbury.

Maundeville. See Mandeville.

Maunsel, Maunsell. See Mansell.

Maureward. See Malreward.

Maurice:
-, ap Owen ap Gruffuth, 407.
-, archdeacon of Llandaff, 40.
-, bishop of London, 14, 15.
-, de . . ., 158.

Mauruward. See Malreward.

Max mill in Winscombe, Mackesmull, 362.

Mayde, John, 500.

Maydenestan, Maydeneston. See Maidenestan.

Mayfield [Sussex], Maghfeld, 443, 550.

Mayhew, Mahu, Mayhu, John, 288, 328.

Mayne, Richard, 291.

Mayor, right of electing, 260, 261. See Bristol, London.

Mazer, cup of, 165, 215.

Mazun. See Mason.

Meare, Mera, Mere:
-, manor of, 167, 226–228, 311, 437.
-, church of, 26, 296.
-, advowson of, 167, 311, 438. See Mare, Mere, Westhay.

Measures:
-, of corn, mina, 135, 252, 253, 456.
-,-, seam, 340, 497.
-,-, stacha, staka, 336–340.
-, of land, daywork, 328.
-,-, hide. See Hide.
-,-, king's perch, 317, 322, 408, 412.

Meauleberg'. See Maulesberg.

Medale, medhale, 329, 331–335, 343.

Meddelneye. See Middelney.

Meddilton. See Middleton.

Medeford:
-, Richard, clerk and secretary to Richard II, 298.
-,-, candidate for the bishopric, 298.

Medelsex. See Middlesex.

Medhale. See Medale.

Medlar tree, 215.

Medmete, 348.

Meeles. See Meoles.

Meere. See Mere.

Meisi, Meisy. See Meysi.

Melcheburne. See Milcheburne.

Meleborn, Meleburne. See Milborne.

Meleforda, Roger de, 421.

Meles. See Meoles.

Mellent, count of. See Beaumont.

Melles, Mollys, Roger, vicar of Wells, 303, 378.

Mells Melles, Mellys:
-, church of, 296.
-, rector of, 272.

Melnes, Mell':
-, Samuel de, 130.
-,-, canon of Wells, 136, 141, 531.

Melsbury in the parish of St. Cuthbert, Maulesberg', private chapel at, 143.

Meltun, William, 330.
-, Compare Milton.

Melun, Robert de, abbot of Malmesbury, 525, 526.

Melverton. See Milverton.

Membury, Membirie, Membiry (Mombiry), Membry, Membyri:
-, John de, 495.
-,-, lord of West Bagborough, 184.
-, Luke de, canon of Wells, 5, 70, 72, 75, 76, 78, 85, 86, 88, 89, 91, 96, 98, 121–123, 126–129, 148, 308, 364, 470, 496.
-,-, obit of, 5, 131, 148.
-, William de, 154.

Mendip, Menedep:
-, forest, perambulation of, 354.
-, forester of, 354.
-, verderers of, 354.
-, hills, metes and bounds upon, 158.

Menyman. See Manyman.

Meoles. Meeles, Meles, Moles, Molis:
-, Nicholas de, 366, 408, 412, 423.
-,-, heirs of, 186.
-, Roger de, 419.

Mepham, Simon de, archbishop of Canterbury, 216, 1217, 230, 458, 532.

Mera. See Meare.

Merc. See Mark.

Mercandus, Robert, 316.
-, Compare Merchant.

Mercer (de Merter):
-, John le, 315.
-, Robert le, 162.
-, William, 139, 315.

Mercern, Merch, Mercha. See Mark.

Merchant, Marcaunt, Marchand, Marchaunt, Markaunt, Merkaunt:
-, John (le), 166, 251, 258, 464, 511.
-,-, burgess of Wells, 241, 242, 463.
-,-, butcher, 259.
-,-, reeve of Wells, 510.
-, Robert le, Maud mother of, 490.
-,-, Margery daughter of, 490.
-, Thomas the, 523, 524.
-, Walter le, de Wrentyssh, 12.
-,-, Compare Mercandus. See Statute merchant.

Merche. See Mark.

Merchet, 327, 329, 334–337, 339, 343, 345, 347–349.

Merdlaund, Henry de, 503.

Mere [Wilts], Meere, vicar of, 395. See Mare, Meare.

Mere, (Bere,) Merre:
-, Richard de, 360.
-, Robert atte, de, de la, 106, 314–316, 319, 332, 412, 513.
-,-, Cecily wife of, 106.
-,-, Simon son of, 106.
-, Simon de, 315.
-, Thomas (de de la de Bere), 17, 71, 316, 320, 321, 333, 351–355, 409, 413, 414, 418, 421, 422, 425, 479.
-,-, vicar of Wells, 132.
-, William atte, de, 331, 332.

Mereseye, John de, 247.

Mereye. See Merrey.

Meribon, meribone, 252, 253.

Meridon. See Moorden, Murdon.

Meriet, Meryet, Meryeth:
-, John de, 184, 189, 229, 370.
-, Nicol de, 3.
-, Ralph de, 107.
-, Walter de, 495.

Merk:
-, Gooffrey de, 80.
-, John de, 219.

Merk. See Mark.

Merkaunt. See Merchant.

Merke, Merker, Merkerun. See Mark.

Merkeham, Merkham. See Markham.

Merkesbury, Merkesburi, Merkesbyri, Merkysbury:
-, Alexander de, 164.
-, Geoffrey de, vicar of Euckland Abbas, 103, 323.
-, Thomas de, 468, 510.
-,-, burgess of Wells, 509.
-,-, vicar of Wells, 187.
-,-, subtreasurer, 187.

Merkisbury. See Marksbury.

Merl, Richard, 348.

Merleberg. See Marlborough.

Merleburge, Walter de, 152.

Merlegh in Wookey, 150, 307, 378, 402, 483.

Merlynoh. See Moorlinch.

Merre. See Mere.

Merrey, Mereye, Merreye:
-, John, 215.
-, Thomas, 215.

Mershe, Thomas, canon of Wells 497, 498.
-, Compare Mareys, Mari, Marisco.

Mersshwode, Thomas de, 495.

Merston. See Marston.

Merstowe, 11.

Merswd, Merswde, Merswod.

Merswude. See Marshwood.

Merter, de. See Mercer le.

Mertoc, Mertoch, Mertock, Mertok.
-, See Martoc.

Mertok. See Martock.

Merton [Surrey]:
-, prior of, 36.
-, prior and convent of, 452.
-, provisions of, 257.

Merton:
-, Walter de, 109.
-, William de, dean of Wells, 28, 35, 49, 492.
-,-, archdeacon of Berkshire (?), 365. See Avenel.
-,-, canon of Salisbury, 527.

Mervyn:
-, John, 347, 348.
-, Robert 346.
-, Walter, 348.

Merwold, 353.

Merydon. See Murdon.

Merydoune. See Moorden.

Meryet, Meryeth. See Meriet.

Messager, Walter le, 446.

Messenden. See Missenden.

Metingham, J. de, prebendary of [ ], 159.

Mey:
-, William, chaplain of North Curry, 273, 279, 425–427.
-,-, rector of Elworthy, 279.
-,-, servant of Peter de Yevelton, 426.

Meysi Meisi, Meisy, Meysy:
-, Agatha de, 105, 378, 451.
-,-, chantry of, 105, 378, 450, 451.
-, Elias 'de, 492.
-,-, Geoffrey son of, 492.
-, Robert de, 70.
-,-, vicar of Charlton Mackrell, 404. See Hampton Meysi.

Micham, Mycham:
-, Simon de, canon of Wells, 34, 138, 145.
-,-, dean of Salisbury, 152.

Micheldever, Thomas, 110.

Michell:
-, Gilbert, 503.
-, Simon, 354.

Michelney. See Muchelney.

Middelney, Meddelneye, Middelneye, Middelhye:
-, Ralph de, 414, 417, 420, 461.
-,-, escheator in Somerset &c, 473.

Middelton, Middeltone, Middeltun. See Middleton, Milton.

Middelton Abbatis, Middeltone by Ilchester. See Podimore.

Middle class, 183.

Middlesex, Medelsex, archdeacon of, 56, 57, 211, 302, 491.

Middleton, Meddilton, Middelton, Middeltone. Midelton, Mideltone, Myddelton:
-, Gilbert de canon of Wells, 171, 194.
-,-, official of the archbishop, 171.
-, John de, 172, 174, 175, 194, 196, 214, 231, 543, 545, 549.
-,-, canon of Wells, 291.
-,-, prebendary of Combe prima, 291.
-,-, chancellor of Wells, 239, 548.
-,-, commissary of bishop Ralph, 537, 538, 545–547.
-,-, rector of Bleadon, 243, 538, 540–542, 545, 546, 549.
-,-, of Shepton Beauchamp, 239, 541, 542, 544, 545, 547, 548.
-,-, vicar of Wells, 208, 240, 241.
-, Roger de, 219, 225, 363, 373–376.
-, Thomas de, oanon of Wells, 34.
-, Walter de, 258, 369.
-,-, burgess of Wells, 241, 463.
-,-, John brother of, 258, 259.
-, William de, 481, 484.
-,-, canon of Wells, 34.
-,-, official of the archbishop, 114. See also Milton.

Middlezoy, Sowi. Sowy, 240, 243.
-, church of, 26, 296.

Midelton, Mideltone. See Middleton, Milton.

Midelton by Ilchester. See Podimore.

Milan [Italy], 479.
-, archbishop of, 479.

Milborne, Meleborn, Milleborn:
-, John, 465.
-, William de, 43, 395.
-,-, Margery wife of, 395.

Milborne Port, Meleburne, church of, a prebend of Wells, 68.

Milcheburne, Melcheburne, Clement de, 366, 478.

Milers, Humphrey de, 478.

Miles:
-, the chaplain, 527.
-, clerk of the bishop of Exeter, 55.
-, master, 41.
-, sir, 129.
-, vicar of Wells, 98, 135, 201.
-, communar, 123.

Miles, Milis, Mylys, Thomas, 327, 419, 425.

Mileward. See Milward.

Milferton. See Milverton.

Milis. See. Miles.

Milleborn. See Milborne.

Miller:
-, Robert the, 144.
-, Walter the, 490.
-,-, Compare Molendino, de.

Milleward. See Milward.

Milton, chantry of (?), 269.

Milton, Miltone, Mylton:
-, John de, 157.
-,-, vicar of Wells, 535.
-, Philip de, fee of in Easton and Milton, 253, 456.
-, Roger de, 61, 449.
-, Walter, 425.
-,-, Compare Meltun, Middleton, Multon.

Milton by Wells, Middeltun, 253.
-, Denebaud, 456.
-, Militis, 456.
-, East, 429.
-, West, 429.

Milton Fauconberg, Midelton, 450.

Milton. Puddimore. See Podimore.

Milverton, Melverton, Milferton, Milvertone, Mulverton, 16, 184.
-, church of, prebends annexed to the archdeaconry of Taunton, 34, 184, 255, 400, 469.
-, prebendary of, 34, 549.
-, prima, prebendary of, 284.
-, secunda, prebendary of, 182, 282.
-, advowson of 485, 489.
-, vicar of, 184, 195, 549.
-, vicarage of, 184, 185.

Milverton, Mulverton:
-, Robert de, 363.
-, Thomas de, 61.
-, Walter de, 259.
-, William de, vicar of Wells, 132.

Milward, Mileward, Milleward, Mulward:
-, John, 425.
-,-, canon of Wells, 283.
-,-, prebendary of Combe decima, 282.
-, Richard, 425.

Minchin Barrow. See Barrow.

Mines, licence for, 13.

Mint. See Bath.

Miracles. See Marchia.

Miridon. See Murdon.

Miriling' See Mnorlingh.

Mirl', William de, 20.

Miskenning, 16.

Missal. See Books.

Missenden [Bucks], Messenden, abbot of, 522.

Mitres, 196, 203, 204, 223, 224, 409.

Mochelneye, Mochelnye. See Muchelney.

Modbury, William de, of Exeter diocese, notary public, 551.

Modeford, Modeforde. See Mudford.

Moder, W., chantry priest, 267.

Modeslee, Modeslega, Modeslege, Modeslegh, Modeslehg', Modesleigh, Modesley, Modesligh, Modeslye, Modeslyee. See Muddeslegh, Mudgely.

Modifford, Modiford. See Mudford.

Mody, John, 328.

Modyford. See Mudford.

Moels, Mules, Lord. See Botreaux.

Mogge, Mogghe:
-, Joan, obit of, 268.
-, John, 106, 143, 202, 510.
-, Richard, of Tickenham, 510.

Mohun, Moheun, Moiun, Monhoun, Moun:
-, John (de) 184, 197, 223, 324, 520.
-,-, lord of Dunster, 324.
-, W. de, sheriff of Somerset, 66.
-, William de, 353.

Moigne, Moygne:
-, John, sheriff of Somerset, 323.
-, Ralph, 548.

Moiun. See Mohun.

Molendino, Molendinis:
-, Geoffrey de, 362.
-, James de, 475.
-, Robert de, 360, 361.
-, William de, 156, 336.
-,-, canon of Wells, 159.
-,-, archdeacon of Taunton, 159.
-,-, Compare Mackesmulle, Miller.

Moles, Molis. See Meoles.

Molyns, Roger de, 188.

Mombiry. See Membury.

Monasteries episcopal jurisdiction in, 439.

Monawyrthige, Monovyrpige, 449.

Monckton. See Combe (Monckton).

Mondaymen, monedaymen, 341.

Monekesselver. See Monksilver.

Moneketon. See Monkton.

Moners, Moniers. See Monyer.

Monketon. See Monkton.

Monks, white. See Cistercians.

Monksilver, Monekesselver, Selver, 3, 348.

Monkton, West, Moneketon, Monketon:
-, church of, 296, 408.
-, rector of, 483.

Monkton. See Combe (Monckton).

Monovyrpige. See Monawyrthige.

Monsell. See Mansell.

Mont St. Michel [France], abbey of called de Periculo Maris, 51, 449.
-, abbot of, 449.

Montacute, Munt Acuht, 17.
-, market place of, 451.
-, prior of, 3, 27, 57, 230, 451.
-, prior and convent of, 187, 316.

Montagu, Montacute, Monte Acuto, Mountagu:
-, Hugh de, 55.
-, John, 325.
-, Richard de, 27, 53.
-, Thomas de, 55, 421.
-,-, Hamon brother of, 421.
-, William de, earl of Salisbury, 269, 407, 454, 455.

Montayn, Walter, 330.

Monte Acuto. See Montagu.

Monte Sorelli, Sorello:
-, James de, 44, 45, 309.
-, Robert de, 487.
-,-, canon of Wells, 471.

Monteforti. See Montfort.

Montepessulano, Richard de, provost of Salisbury, 140.

Montfort, Monteforti:
-, Alexander de, 480, Henry de, 7, 123, 480.
-,-, Patrick brother of 7.
-,-, canon of Wells, 111, 113.
-,-, justice, 148.
-, Roger de, 480.
-, Simon de, 361.
-, Walter de, 362.

Montoliou in the diocese of Carcassonne [France], abbot of, 236.

Montorie. See Wells borough.

Monyer, Moners, Moniers, Monyere:
-, Monyers Monyour:
-,-, Margaret, 258, 270.
-,-, Margery, 370.
-,-, Peter le, 510. burgess of Wells, 251. See also Tettebourne.

Monyngton, Monyton:
-, Hugh de, canon of Wells, 262, 268.
-, Walter de, abbot of Glastonbury, 266, 324.
-,-, bishop elect of Bath and Wells, 266.

Moor penny, morepeny, 336, 337, 342.

Moor right, morcright, moreryght, moreryth, morryght, 329–332.

Moorden, Meridon, Muriden, Muridone, 314, 320, 329, 331.
-, tenants of, 186, 187.
-, meadow of, Meridonesmede, Merydounesmede, Muridunesmede, 317, 319, 322.

Moorlinch, Merlynch, Miriling', church of, 26, 296.

Moorward, moreward, morward, 87, 318, 422.

Mora, More la More, the deans manor of, 227, 228, 250, 284, 346. (See Biddisham?).

Mora. See More.

Moraunt Morandi, Jordan, treasurer of Wells, 187, 447.

Morba. See Morebath.

Morcote, William de, 55.

More, Attemore, Mora, Moure:
-, Adam de la, Christiana wife of, 353.
-,-, canon of Wells, 106.
-, Bartholomew de, dela, 100.
-,-, vicar of Kewstoke, 483.
-, Edmund atte (? Parker), 351.
-,-, Christina wife of, 351.
-, Geoffrey de la, 374, 375.
-, James de la, 514.
-, John, 500.
-, Lambert, 296, 489.
-,-, bachelor in laws, 299.
-, Nicholas, of Wells diocese, notary public, 357, 488.
-, Richard atte, de, de la, 100, 110, 241, 258, 463.
-,-, bailiff of Wells, 510.
-,-, canon of Wells, 104.
-,-, vicar of Wells, 158, 162.
-, Stephen de la, 156.
-, Thomas de la, 481. See Toclive.

More, la More. See Mora.

Morebath [Devon], Morba:
-, manor of, 110, 148.
-,-, Grimskeye (Grinnsheye), and Svyrigge in, 148.
-, church of, 110.

Morel, Walter, vicar of Yatton, 385.

Morelonde, Hugh, 445.

Morepath, Stephen, canon of Wells, 470.

Morepeny, moreright. See Moor.

Moretania, Walter de, 27.

Moreton, (? Mortagne sur Perche. France), canons of, 432.

Moreville, William de, 486.

Morgan ap Thomas ap Gruffuth of Caermarthen, 407.

Morin, Ralph, 7.

Morinensis. See Terouanne.

Morinus, dean of Langstone, 40.

Morra:
-, Albert de, cardinal of St. Adrian, 440.
-,-, of St. Lawrence in Lucina, and papal chancellor, 440.

Mortagne [France]. See Moreton.

Mortain [France]:
-, William count of, 15. See also John (king).

Mortecumbe in Whitchurch [Dorset], 524.

Mortelak. See Mortlake.

Mortestorn, John de, 525.

Mortevallis, Roger de, bishop of Salisbury, 172.

Mortimer, Mortuo Mari:
-, Robert de, 7.
-, Roger de, archdeacon of Wells, 235, 239, 241, 538, 540, 542, 546.
-, William de, 152.

Mortlake [Surrey], Mortelak, 150, 458.

Mortmain:
-, statute of, 183, 241, 248, 406, 413, 463, 464, 500.
-, licence in, 185, 220, 225, 226, 311, 313, 352, 358, 367, 368, 378, 404, 405, 407, 424, 434, 444, 460, 466, 473, 482, 484, 508, 520.

Morton, Mourton:
-, John de, 105.
-, Richard de, 200, 212, 250, 536.

Mortuaries, 103, 242, 251, 295, 323, 327, 382, 462, 463, 521.

Mortuo Mari. See Mortimer.

Moryz. John, 536.

Mot', Hugh de, canon of Wells, 102.

Motun, William, 361, 362.

Mouhoun, Moun. See Mohun.

Mount, Munt', Thomas, canon of Wells, 258, 276, 280, 281, 283, 284, 287, 289, 290, 292, 293.

Mount Gauter, John de, physician, 391.

Mountagu. See Montagu.

Mountray. See Wells borough.

Moure. See More.

Mourton. See Morton.

Moxilla (in Otterhampton?), tithings of, 40.

Moygne. See Moigne.

Muchelney. Michelney, Mochelneye, Mochelnye, Mucheleney, Muchelneye, Muchelnye 484.
-, abbey of, 57, 458.
-,-, altar of All Saints in, 459.
-, abbot of, 27, 42, 43, 48, 212, 257, 282, 284, 287, 367, 458, 459, 486.
-,-, a canon of Wells, 34.
-,-, prebendary of Ilminster, 282, 284.
-,-, residence of in Wells, 373–376.
-, abbot and convent of, 48, 208, 209, 387, 458.
-, prior of, 48.

Muddeslegh, Modeslee, Modeslegh, Modeslehg', Modesligh, Modeslyee:
-, Alexander de, 50.
-, Henry de, Robert Malherbe son of, 67.
-, Nicholas de, 160, 220.
-, William (de), 210, 229, 284, 285, 536.
-,-, John son of, 536.

Muddeslegh, Mudesle, Mudeslega, Mudeslegh, Mudesley, Mudesliegh. See Mudgely.

Mudford, Modeford, Modeforde, Modifford, Modiford, Modyford, Mudeford, Mudiford, 121, 373.
-, dean of (?), 432.
-, church of, 32, 148, 169, 306, 323, 359.
-,-, farm of, 111, 170, 192, 198, 199, 230, 242, 246, 297, 532.
-, chapels of, 242, 323.
-, parson of, 32.
-, vicar of 32, 169, 242, 323, 359, 388.
-, vicarage of, 242.

Mudgely, Modeslee, Modeslega, Modeslege, Modeslegh, Modesleigh, Modesley, Modesligh, Modeslye, Muddeslegh, Mudesle, Mudeslega, Mudeslegh, Mudesley, Mudesliegh, 33, 39, 50, 220, 228, 229, 274, 275, 285, 446, 533, 534.
-, manor of, 200, 210, 212, 226–229, 235, 284.
-, homage of, 235.
-, park of, 50, 285.
-, chapel at, 285, 534.
-, fishery at 285. See Hethe, Holbrok, Overlullegh, Stanilond, Tadham.

Mudiford, Theodoric de, 41.

Mudiford. See Mudford.

Mulcegros. See Muscegros.

Mules, Moels, Lord. See Botreaux.

Muleton, Muletun, Thomas de, justice, 478.

Mulle, Hugh, of London, 407.

Multardus. 252.

Multon, John de, rector of Angersleigh, dean of Taunton, 543.

Mulverton. See Milverton.

Mulward. See Milward.

Munechynekyngton. See Kington St. Michael.

Munketon. See Combe (Monckton), Monkton.

Munt'. See Mount.

Munt Acuht. See Montacute.

Muntoria. See Wells borough.

Muntz, John, 259.

Murdac, Ralph, 23.

Murdon, Meridon, Merydon, Miridon, Murdene, Muriden, Muridon, Muridone, Murydon, Murydone Myrydone:
-, Adam de, 314, 315, 318, 320, 412, 490.
-,-, Ascelina wife of, 316.
-, John (de), 321, 329, 331, 333, 408, 410, 414, 479.
-, Nicholas de, 417.
-, W., 327.
-, William (de), 316, 355, 409, 418, 420, 422.

Muriden, Muridone, Muridune. See Moorden.

Murimouth, Murimoth, Adam (de), 172, 533.

Murydon, Murydone. See Murdon.

Muscegros (Mulcegros), Riehard de, justice, 10.

Muschamp, Geoffrey de, bishop of Coventry, 64.

Mutina, James de, chaplain of the pope and hearer of causes of the sacred palace, 236.

Mycham. See Micham.

Myddelton. See Middleton.

Mylton. See Milton.

Mylys. See Miles.

Myrydone. See Murdon.

N

N.:
-, clerk of the king and queen, 97.
-, dean of le Mans, 309.
-, master, 132.

Namium, name, 17. See Writ.

Nasshe, Robert atte, 348.
-, Compare Ash, Fraxino.

Nedersole, John, 500.

Neel, Richard son of, 319.

Neif. See Villein.

Nempnett, Empnete:
-, church of, 485.
-,-, a chapel of Compton Martin, 485. See Thrubwell.

Neroche forest, Neracchich, perambulation of, 354.

Nerodinus, 133.

Nete Thomas. 499.

Netelcumbe, Matthew de, 46.

Netelton. See Nettelton.

Netherwere. See Weare.

Nettelton, Netelton, Netylton:
-, Robert de, advocate of the court of Canterbury, 551.
-,-, canon of Wells, 265, 266, 394.
-,-, official of bishop de Salopia, 292.
-,-, official and vicar general
-,-, of archbishop Islip, 266.

Neville. Nevyll:
-, Geoffrey de, steward of King John, 306.
-, Hugh de, 306.
-, Humphrey, 407.
-, Ralph de. bishop of Chichester, chancellor of England, 18, 305, 309, 310, 445, 471.

New Forest. See Forest.

Newall, atte, Attenewall, John, 513.

Newburgh, Novo Burgo:
-, Henry de, earl of Warwick, 14.
-, Robert de, 421.
-, Roger de. sewer of John count of Mortain, 7.

Neweman. See Newman.

Newenham:
-, John, provost of Wells, 302.
-,-, rector of Fenny Stanton, 302.

Newerk:
-, Henry de canon of Wells, 529.
-,-, prebendary of Buckland, 161.
-,-, dean of York, 529.
-,-, archbishop elect of York, 256.

Neweton. See Newton.

Newman, Neweman, Nyweman, Nywman:
-, John, 331.
-, Peter de, 388.
-, Thomas, 263, 488.
-,-, vicar of Wells, 276, 277, 280, 281, 283, 287, 299, 356, 384, 488.
-, William (le), vicar of Wells, 276.
-,-, of Lovington, 450.
-,-, daughter of, 451.

Newmarch, Novo Mercato, Merchato, Henry de, 21, 48.

Newnham Murren [Oxon], Nywenham, 151.

Newport in North Curry, Niwport, Nyweport, Nywport:
-, borough of, 327, 410, 417, 423, 425.
-, rental of, 327, 328.
-, court of 327.
-, bailiff of, 327. See Combe.

Newton. Niweton, chaplain of, 431.

Newton. See Sturminster Newton.

Newton, Niweton, Nyweton:
-, Albin de, 470.
-, John, 498, 500, 502.
-, Richard de, 317, 320.
-, Simon de, 503.
-, William de, 248.

Newton Forester, Nyweton, 87.

Newton St. Loe, Neweton Sayntlo, Nyweton Seyntlo, 504.
-, rector of, 408.

Nichol, Hugh, canon of Wells, 10.

Nicholas II, pope, 116, 428.

Nicholas V, pope, bull of, 454.

Nicholas, Nicol, 29, 353.
-, abbct of Keynsham, 210, 397.
-,-, of Lonlay, 367.
-, the baker, 468.
-, bishop of Christopolis, 295.
-, cardinal bishop of Tusculum and legate, 310, 366, 367.
-, the carpenter, 491.
-, clerk of the archdeacon of Wells, 97, 125.
-, de [ ], obit of, 130.
-, the dyer, 202.
-, precentor of Bath, 101, 102.
-, vicar of Taunton, 525.
-, Gilbert son of, 316.
-, Nicholas son of, rector of Dogmersfield, 103.
-,-, See Button.
-, Owen ap Gruffuth ap, 407.
-, Ralph son of, 17, 438.
-,-, steward of Henry III, 310.
-, Walter son of, 353.
-, William son of, de Treugeston (Trengeston?), 512.

Nieniz. See Nunney.

Nigel, bishop of Ely, 34.

Niger, Roger, bishop of London, 471.

Nithersomcrton. See Somerton.

Nitherstawey, Nitherstaweye. See Stowey (Nether).

Niweton. See Newton.

Niwport. See Newport.

Nonant:
-, Hugh de, bishop of Chester, 6, 14, 24, 26, 47, 51.
-,-, of Coventry, 7, 14, 309.

Noneton, Nonyngton, Baldric de, 17, 355, 418.

Nony. See Nunney.

Norcury, Nordcuri. See Curry (North).

Nordman, Nordmann, 429.
-, John's son, 434.

Nordstoca. See Northstoke.

Noreis, Norensis, Noreys. See Norreys.

Norfole, Norfok, Northfolk:
-, Gilbert de, 352, 493. See Caam.
-, Hubert de, 77.
-, Hugh de, 316.

Norfolk, Norfolk and Suffolk, earl of. See Bygot.

Norham [Northumberland], 151, 152, 313.

Norham. See Northam.

Norhanipton. See Northampton.

Norhurne, John de, 514.
-, Compare Hurne.

Norman. See North'on.

Normandy [France], 15.
-, duke of. See Robert.
-, steward of, 13, 528.

Normanvile, R. de, 507.

Nornere:
-, Andrew, 137.
-, Osbert 137.

Norreys, Noreis, Norensis, Noreys, Norreis, Noryce:
-, Hugh, 493.
-, R., 87.
-, Richard (le), 139, 262, 331, 450, 476.
-,-, nephew of, 476.
-,-, cellarer of Bath, 101, 102.
-, Roger, 425.
-, Thomas, 527.
-,-, mason, 36.

Nortchur'. See Curry (North).

Nortcury, William de, 124.

North:
-, Joan, abbess of Syon, 464.
-, William, of Corton, notary public, secretary to pishop Bekinton, 465.

Northall, William, de, archdeacon of Gloupester, 21.

Northam in Hearthfield, Norham, 53, 309.

Northampton [Northants], Norhampton, 312, 399.
-, parliament at, 282.
-, abbey of St. James in, abbot of, 125.
-, archdeacon of, 25.
-, hospital of St. John Baptist in, prior of, 124, 125.

Northangre. See Nuthanger.

Northbruham. See Brewham (North).

Northburg, Northburgh:
-, Roger de, canon of Wells, 174.
-,-, bishop of Coventry and Lichfield, 213.

Northcori, Northcory, Northcuri, Northcury. See Curry (North).

Northelode. See Northlode.

Northfolk. See Norfole.

Northlangele. See Langley.

Northlode in Wedmore, Northelode, 219, 226.
-, lord of, 226.
-, tithes of, 226.

Northlode, Northelode:
-, Adamar or Almaric de, 536, 537.
-, John de, 189, 198, 220, 226.

Northlond, Henry, 340.

Northmoor by Langport, in Huish Episcopi, Northmore, 177, 484.

North'on (Norman), Ilbert de, 39.

Northope. See Norton.

Northovere, Henry, 340.

Northpeterton. See Petherton.

Northryn, John de, 548.

Northstoke, Nordstoca, 440.

Northstoke. See Stoke.

Northton. See Norton.

Northweg', Geoffrey de, 39.

Northwico:
-, Walter de, Katherine relict of, 221.
-,-, John son of, 221.
-,-, Margery wife of, 221.
-,-, Compare Norwicensis, Norwico.

Northwode:
-, Stephen de, vicar of Whitchurch Canonicorum, 526.
-, William de, 163.

Northwolde, Hugh de, bishop of Ely, 257, 438.

Norton, Philip de, vicar of St. Cuthbert, 383, 384.

Norton in Kewstoke (Northope), 178, 189.

Norton Canonicorum. See Norton (Midsomer).

Norton (Ferris?), 354.

Norton Gresteng'. See Norton under Hamdon.

Norton Hautville, Nortun, 475.

Norton, Midsomer, Nortun Canonicorum, 117.

Norton under Hamdon, Northton, under Hamedon, Nortone Gresteng', Nortone by Hamedone:
-, church of, 149, 268, 307, 394, 399, 401.
-, patrons of, 307, 399, 401.
-, rector of, 268, 394, 399, 401.
-, vicarage of, 399.

Norwicensis, Roger, 22. See Northwico, Norwico.

Norwich:
-, assessment of, 181, 256.
-, bishop of, 118. See Oxford, Grey, Pandulf, Blundeville, Suthfeld alias Calthorpe, Salmon. See also Elmham, Thetford.

Norwico, Eustace de, 491.
-, Compare Northwico, Norwicensis.

Noryce. See Norreys.

Notingham, Notyngham:
-, Alan de, 217.
-, Robert de 37, 547, 548.

Nottingham [Notts], Notingham, Notyngham, 102, 191, 226.
-, archdeacon of, 191.

Novel disseisin. See Assize, writ.

Novo Burgo. See Newburgh.

Novo Mercato, Merchato. See Newmarch.

Noyon [France]:
-, diocese of, 118,
-, dean of, 118.
-, schoolmaster of, 118.

Nuncio, papal. See Balaeto, Euse, Fieschi, Sistre.
-, Compare Legate, procuration.

Nuni, Nuniz. See Nunney.

Nunneton. See Nunnington.

Nunney Nieniz, Nony, Nuni, Nuniz, Nuny:
-, church of, 149, 307.
-, advowson of one mediety of, 70, 123.
-, parson of one mediety of, 492.

Nunnington in Wiveliscombe, Nun netun, 429.

Nunny, Henry de, 477.

Nuny. See Nunney.

Nuthanger in Kingsclere [Hants], Northangre, predial tithes of, 269.

Nutsted, Adam, de, canon of Wells, 84.

Nye, la, in Winscombe, 339.

Nye:
-, Martin de la, 362.
-, Robert atte, de la, 336, 363.
-, William de la, vicar of Winscombe, 361, 362.

Nympha, Berard de, chaplain of the pope, 137.

Nynehead. See Upcot.

Nyweman. See Newman.

Nywenham. See Newnham.

Nyweport. See Newport.

Nyweton. See Newton, Sturminster.

Nywmaister, Adam le, 259.

Nywman. See Newman.

Nywport. See Newport.

O

Oakhampton in Wiveliscombe, Acumetun, Okehampton, Okhamton, 429, 464.
-, farm of, 268.

Obbeleigh. See Ubley.

Obedientiaries. See Glastonbury abbey.

Obits, 1, 5, 18, 23, 24, 29, 35, 37, 61, 70, 71, 106–106, 110, 114, 130–132, 139, 142–145, 148, 151, 153, 163–166, 187, 191, 201, 202, 204, 218, 221, 222, 225, 229, 230, 241, 249, 268, 270, 277, 280, 292, 294, 356, 364, 368, 372, 376, 379, 381, 395,' 400, 402, 406, 407, 442, 447, 454, 457–459, 461, 463, 466–468, 479, 483.

Ocham, Robert de, 423.

Octavian, cardinal of St. Cecilia, 440.

Oda, archbishop of Dover, 449, 450.
-, Compare Odo, Otto.

Odde:
-, Robert, 490.
-, William, 12.
-,-, Robert son of, 12.

Odecombe, Odecomb, Odecumb, Odecumbe, Otecombe:
-, William (de), 268, 269, 296, 381, 425.
-,-, canon of Wells, 271, 273, 281–283, 290, 293, 297, 298, 380.
-,-, obit of, 381.

Odeline, Odelin, Odelyn, Odoline:
-, John, canon of Wells, 72, 75, 76, 79, 80, 98, 117, 118, 122, 123, 126, 129, 141, 491, 496, 531.
-,-, prebendary or rector of Yatton, 69, 142, 491, 496.

Odestoke. See Odstock.

Odiham, Hodiam, Odyham:
-, Philip de, vicar of Wells, 161, 162, 165, 192, 509, 511.
-,-, escheator of Wells, 153.
-,-, steward of the dean and chapter, 328.

Odo, 19, 29, 39, 59, 491.
-, bishop of Bayeaux, the king's brother, 431.
-, cardinal of St. George in Velabro, 440.
-,-, of St. Nicholas in carcere Tulliano, 440.
-, Gilbert son of, 421.
-,-, Compare Oda, Otto.

Odoline. See Odeline.

Odstock [Wilts], Odestoke, 216.

Odyham. See Odiham.

Official:
-, of the archbishop 114, 132–134, 171, 249, 266, 411, 434, 459, 493.
-, of the archdeacon 9, 67, 70, 73, 194, 249, 268, 285, 367, 383, 387, 411, 447, 451, 453, 463, 465, 483, 533, 549.
-, of the bishop, 1, 38, 41, 49, 55, 58, 70, 72, 79, 106, 108, 112, 158, 190, 193–195,' 197, 216, 247–249, 257, 271, 279, 292, 384, 385, 430, 446, 452, 465, 476, 480, 485', 488, 489, 509, 521, 524, 540, 545, 547–549.
-, of the court of Arches, 384, 476.
-, of the dean, 221, 233, 248, 415, 540, 545.
-, of the dean and ohapter, 206, 217.
-, prebendal, 266.

Offinton. John de, canon of Wells, 82, 92, 98.

Offorde:
-, John de, canon of Wells, 237.
-,-, dean of the Arches, 237.

Offre, Alice, 209.

Ogbourne [Wilts], Hokeburne, prior of, 76.

Oke, Okes:
-, Henry at, bailiff of Banwell, 362.
-, Roger, 239. See Quercu.

Okeborne, John de, of Salisbury diocese, notary public, 460.

Okehampton, Roger de, rector of Whitestanton, 548.

Okehampton, Okhamton. See Oakhampton.

Okes. See Oke.

Okrygge:
-, Geoffrey de, 341.
-, Gilbert de, 338.
-, Thomas de, 342.
-, Walter de, 339.

Oldbury [Wilts?], Holdbury, le Holdebury, 502, 503.

Oldewey, John, 79.

Oliver, Oliveri, Olyver:
-, Jordan, sheriff of Somerset and Dorset, 486.
-, Simon, 515.

Olveston [Glouc], rector of, 216.

Olveston:
-, John de, 136.
-, Robert de 15.

Olyver. See Oliver.

Oppehull, Opphulle. See Uppehille.

Oratory:
-, private 21, 45, 75, 109, 143, 320, 378, 485.
-,-, faculties for, 439, 450.

Orchard, Oroheard, Orcherd, Ordcherd:
-, Baldwin de, 46, 493.
-, James de, 320.
-, John, 373, 374.
-, Robert de, 455.
-, Roger de, 46.

Ordeal, 305.

Orders. See Clerk.

Ordinal. See Books.

Oreover. See Creon.

Oreweye, William de, 400.

Organs, 154.

Orleton, Horeletone, Orletone:
-, Adam de, canon of Wells, 174, 176.
-,-, bishop of Hereford, 176, 213.
-, John de canon of Wells, 176, 218, 241, 249, 535.

Ornaments, church, 33, 77, 82, 114, 136, 204, 242, 257, 268, 269, 277, 294, 323, 324, 356, 357, 359, 387, 390, 396, 398, 431, 447, 448, 457, 467, 535, 542, 547.

Orom Orrom. See Orum.

Orsi, Horsi, Philip de, 41, 432.

Ortiaco, de. See, Lorty.

Orum, Orom, Orrom:
-, Alico, 544.
-, John, 258.
-,-, doctor of divinity, 382. canon of Exeter and Wells, 382.
-,-, vicar of Wells, 298, 302.
-, Thomas, 285.

Orvieto [Italy], 103.

Ory. See Urry.

Osbern:
-, (Osbert), bishop of Exeter, 14, 66.
-, (Hosbern), parson of Carhampton, 25.

Osbert:
-, de camera, 21.
-, dean of Dunsford, 19.
-, the gardener, 100.
-, William son of, 493.

Oscetel, Oscytel, archbishop of York, 449, 450.

Osdern, Nicholas, 352.

Osegod:
-, Richard, Maud relict of, 330.
-, William, 421.

Osholt, William de, 525.

Osmar, 353.

Osmer, Osmund, bishop of Salisbury, 11.

Osmund, 429.
-, the chaplain, 525.
-, the clerk, 42.
-, clerk of the monks of Bath, 115.
-, Richard son of, 524.

Ostia [Italy], Hostia, cardinal bishop of, 396, 439.

Ostriciarius, William, 51.

Oswal, William, 241.

Otecombe. See Odecombe.

Oterhameton. See Otterhampton.

Otery, Thomas, 215.

Otford [Kent], Otteford, 134, 476.

Othery, Hugh, 425.

Oto. See Otto.

Otriton, Otritona. See Otterton.

Otrumeton. See Otterhampton.

Otteford, William de, vicar of Wells 6.

Otteford. See Otford.

Otterhampton, Etirhampton, Oterhameton, Otrumeton, Scyrhampton:
-, parson of, 511, 520.
-, chaplain of, 40. See Beer, Halesheg', Moxilla.

Otterton [Devon], Otriton, Otritona:
-, prior of, 36.
-,-, bailiff of, 446.

Otto, Oto:
-, cardinal of St. Nicholas in carcere Tulliano, 65, 92.
-, legate, 65, 403.
-, constitutions of, 200.
-,-, Compare Oda, Odo.

Ottobonus. See Fieschi.

Oueston'. See Overstone.

Ourych', Horych':
-, Henry 338.
-, William, 338.

Overestaweye. See Stowey (Over).

Overland, 72, 104, 327, 328, 345, 348, 455, 475, 500, 520, 521.
-, called 'demenelond', 455.

Overlullegh Houerelulleg', in Mudgley, 50.

Overstaweiey, Overstaweye, Overstaweyey. See Stowey (Over).

Overstone [Northants], Oueston', 111.

Overton [Flint], 34.

Overwere. See Weare.

Owen:
-, ap Gruffuth, Maurice ap, 407.
-, ap Gruffuth ap Nicholas, 407.

Oweyn:
-, Thomas, 61.
-,-, Alice wife of, 61.

Oxen:
-, of seisin or disseisin. See Seisin.
-, surcharge of commons by 32, 154.
-, value of, 36, 83, 86, 235, 245.

Oxenmoor, Oxenmor, 227, 228.

Oxfords, Oxeneford, Oxenford, 23, 305, 471, 478, 494.
-, general council at, 75, 489.
-, constitutions of 489.
-, provisions of, 90.
-, (Exeter) archdeacon of, 15, 20, 22, 380, 381, 437, 487.
-, chancellor of, 183, 299, 478.
-, dean of, 478.
-, earl of. See Vere.
-, university of 188, 208, 293, 302.
-,-, terms in, 240, 545.

Oxford, John of, bishop of Norwich, 15, 21.

P

P:
-, official of bishop de Marchia, 108.
-, prior of Bath, 27.

Pacey [France], 65.

Padeneberthe, Padenesberth. See Panborough.

Padnoller in Charlinch (?), Peddenallras, 429.

Pienne, æt pam. See Pen.

Paerl John, 332.
-, William, 335.
-,-, Compare Parle.

Pagani. See Fitzpayn.

Page, Thomas, clerk of Norwich diocese, 289.

Pageling. See Pegeling.

Pagenham, John, vicar of Wells, 378.

Painter, Peyntour:
-, Simon le, the, 315.
-,-, Ralph son of, vicar of Wells, 132, 142.

Palencourt, John, of Winchester diocese, notary public, 247.

Palle:
-, John, 499, 500.
-, Thomas, 500.

Palmer. Palmere, John le, 330. See Purohas.

Palton, chaplain of, 97.

Palton:
-, John (de), 35, 202, 209, 225, 234, 248, 375, 456, 460, 466.
-,-, chantry priest, 274.
-, Nicholas de, 157, 373, 375.
-, Roger de, 486.
-, Thomas de, 496.
-, William, 460, 466.
-,-, Compare Polton.

Panborough, Pathenebergh, Patheneberghe, Pathoneberghe, 226, 313.
-, tithes of, 226.
-, lake, Padenebertheslak, Padenesberthlak, Pathenesbergheslake, 227, 228.

Pandulf, bishop elect of Norwich, papal chamberlain and legate, 437.

Panebrige. See Penbrugge.

Panes, Paneys, Panys, (Paves?):
-, John, de Purrygg, 291.
-, Robert de, 354, 369, 404.
-, Thomas de, 370, 503.

Papareschi, Cinthius, cardinal of St. Cecilia, 439.

Parden (Pardeu?), Marcian, 512.

Pardons, 256, 404, 405, 407, 424, 444.

Paris [France], 442, 455.
-, chancellor of, 117.
-, dean of, 117.

Paris, Parys, 19, 39, 40, 493.

Paris, Parys:
-, Robert de, Steward of Sir Engeram do Fiennes, 446.
-, Roger de, 432.
-, Walter, 498, 499.

Parker:
-, Edmund le, 352. See More.
-,-, Christina wife of, 352.
-,-, John son of, 352.
-,-, Maud daughter of, 352.
-, Henry, vicar of Doulting 290, 291.
-, Randolf the, 104.
-, Richard le, 373.
-, Walter, 291.

Parks, 8, 13–15.
-, custom of, 473. See Barrow Gurney, Bath, Camel (Queen), Curry Mallet, Curry (North), Damerham.
-, Dogmersfield, Mudgely, Pilton, Pinkham, Puckle-church, Siston, Stoke St. Gregory, Wells, Westbury, Yatton.

Parle:
-, Alice, 156.
-, William, of North Curry, 414, 415.
-,-, Compare Paerl.

Parliament, 219, 311, 404, 424, 431, 538.
-, at Lincoln, 175, 428.
-, at London, 175.
-, at Northampton, 282.
-, at Westminster, 195, 245, 257, 272, 278, 279, 285, 286, 311, 405, 428.
-, proxies to, 195, 272, 278, 279, 285.
-, summons to, 282, 285, 286.

Parma, Bosolus de, canon of Tournai, 178.

Parret, Peret, river or rhine of, 11, 319.

Parson, Person:
-, Adam the, 156.
-, John, 510.

Parys. See Paris.

Passalewe, R., guardian of the See of Bath, 77.

Pastoral staff. 196, 203, 204, 223, 224, 409.

Pateshull, Pateshyll:
-, Martin de, 471.
-, Simon de, 44.
-,-, justice, 10.

Pathenebergh, Patheneberghe, Pathoneberghe. See Panborough.

Paty, Walter, 515. See Comwyz.

Paues. Paueys (?). See Panes.

Paulesham. See Polsham.

Paulet, Poulet, Powlet:
-, William, 502, 505, 506, 508, 509.
-,-, of Beer, 506, 509.
-,-, escheator for Somerset, 424.

Paulet. See Pawlett.

Pauncefot, Richard, 527.

Pavely Pavele:
-, John de, 320.
-, Walter de, 248, 374, 375, 380.

Pavys(?). See Panes.

Pawe, Peter, vicar of Walden, 289.

Pawlett Paulet, Poulet, Pouleth, 402.
-, manor of, 153, 444.
-, church of, 139.
-, dean of, 194, 195, 538.
-, deanery of, 194.
-, vicar of, 389.
-, vicarage of, 389.

Pax, 257.

Payn, Payne:
-, Henry, 545.
-, John, 503, 524.
-, Richard, 411, 500.
-, Roger, prebendary of Combe quinia, 283, 284.
-, Thomas, 413.
-,-, Compare Fitzpayn.

Pays, Thomas, proctor of the court of Canterbury, 384.

Paz, John, canon of Exeter, 20.

Peauton, John de, 48.

Peche, Pecche:
-, John, 206.
-,-, Muriel wife of, 206.
-, Richard, bishop of Chester, 20, 22.
-, Sabina (Mabina), forester of Mendip, 354.

Peckham, John, archbishop of Canterbury, visitation by, 149, 150, 458.

Peddenallras. See Padnoller.

Peddesford. See Pitsford.

Peddredan, Pederton. See Petherton.

Pees, Maurice, rector of St. Lawrence, Exeter 543, 544.

Pegeling, Pageling, Pighele:
-, Christina de, 470, 477.
-, Chuderic de, 477.
-, James de, 470.

Pek, William, 44.

Pelyter, Walter, 260.

Pembroke, Pembrok, earl of. See Marshal.

Pempel, Penpel, Pympel, Pynpel:
-, Stephen (de), bachelor of arts and doctor of civil law, 266.
-,-, canon of Wells, 265.
-,-, dean of Wells, 265, 267, 268, 270–275, 277, 278, 284, 409, 410, 421, 468.
-,-, election of, 265, 266.
-,-, litigation by, 274–276.
-,-, death and burial of, 281, 282, 284.

Pen, æt þam Pænne, 429.

Penance, 298, 415, 416, 451, 537, 545, 546.

Penbrok. See Pembroke.

Penbrugge, Panebrige, Penebrigge, Peneburggia:
-, Henry de, 39.
-, Hugh de, learned in the law, 383, 384.
-, Payn de, 39.
-,-, nephew of Reginald the precentor, 39.

Pencrich, Pencriz, Pencryth:
-, Hugh (de), 186.
-,-, canon of Wells, 171, 172, 177, 189, 355, 447.
-,-, prebendary of Combe decima, 191.
-,-, suocentor of Wells, 155, 174.
-, Richard de, 155.
-,-, subtreasurer of Wells, 187, 193.
-,-, vicar of Wells, 193.
-,-, rector of Radstock, 209.
-,-, vicar of St. Cuthbert, 193, 209.
-, William (de), canon of Wells, 212, 215, 230, 236, 237, 239.
-,-, steward of the dean and chapter, 212.

Penebrigge, Peneburggia. See Penbrugge.

Penitonya. See Pitney.

Penna, Richard, 20.

Pennard, East, Estpennard, church of, 26, 296.

Penpel. See Pempel.

Penwyne (?). See Peuwyne.

Peny:
-, John, 425.
-, Thomas, 328.

Perambulation of forests, 354, 355.
-, Compare Bounds.

Peraut, John, serjeant of arms, 298.

Percehay, Persay, Henry (de), justice of the Common Pleas, 272, 287, 288, 427, 475.

Perceval, Percevale, Percevall:
-, Roger, Joan wife of, lady of Carhampton, 495.
-, Walter, 504.

Perch, the king's. See Measures.

Perche, John, notary public, 384.

Perci, Percy:
-, Gilbert, Gerbert or Girbert de, 25, 27, 43, 44, 59, 309.
-,-, Maud de Arundel wife of, 25, 27, 309.
-, William de, 51, 69.

Percursus, 14.

Percy. See Perci.

Perego, Leo de, archbishop of Milan, 479.

Peregrini, Reymund, canon of Wells, 232.

Perers, Robert de, 9.

Peres. See Piers.

Pereson, Thomas, 500.

Peret. See Parret.

Pereton, Peretona. See Petherton.

Perinus Neapolitanus. See Boniface IX, Tomacelli.

Peris. See Piers.

Perle, Perlee. Perley:
-, Robert (de), clerk of the bishop of Winchester, 287.
-,-, canon of Wells, 299, 302, 304.
-,-, steward of the dean and chapter, 328.
-,-, Compare Purley.

Peronus, a messenger, 129.

Peroun, Thomas, 476.

Perrees, Richard de, 9.

Perretona. See Petherton.

Pers. See Piers.

Persay. See Percehay.

Pershore [Wore], Persore, abbot of, 364.

Person. See Parson.

Personir (?), Anthony Petri de, of Rome, notary of the papal camera, 396.

Persore. See Pershore.

Perugia [Italy], 299.

Perys. See Piers.

Pessaigne, Anthony, 428.

Pestel, John, taverner, 291.

Pesye, Richard de, 152.

Peter:
-, cardinal of St. Chrysogon, 439.
-, the clerk of Bristol, 2.
-,-, Peter son of, 1.
-, clerk of bishop Reginald 493.
-, de D . .,130.
-, prior of Bath, 19, 27, 53.
-,-, of Wells hospital, 139, 142, 202, 451, 476.
-, the spenser, 421.
-, treasurer of Wells, 70, 490.
-, Geoffrey son of, 6, 51.
-,-, earl of Essex, 305, 528.
-,-, justice of England, 8.
-,-, a groom, 432.
-, Ralph son of, 512.
-, Richard son of, de Fonte, 107.
-, Leon Hugh son of. See Leon.

Peter, Richard, 328.

Peter's pence, 17, 30, 100, 136, 143, 329–332, 336–342,350, 351, 431, 452. See Pope.

Petherton, Peddredan', Pereton, Perretona, 12, 314.
-, church of, 8, 389.
-, North, Northpeterton, forest, perambulation of, 354.

Petherton, Pederton, Peretona:
-, Bernard de, William Russel son of, 512.
-, John, abbot of Athelney, 329.
-, Robert de, abbot of Glastonbury, 104, 109, 167, 309, 311.
-, Roger de, 43, 487.

Petibon, (vicar of Wells?) 163.

Petit, Godfrey, 527.

Petri, Anthony, de Personir, 396.

Peuwyne (Penwyne?), Geoffrey, 80.

Peverel, Peverell:
-, Hugh, 41, 312.
-, Simon, 42, 43.
-, Walter, 20.

Peyntour. See Painter.

Peyt, Robert, 259.

Peytevin, Pictaviensis:
-, Bartholomew, 158, 354.
-, Nicholas, 19.
-, Robert, archdeacon, 52.

Phangfoss. See Fangfos.

Phelippes, Phelpes. See Philippes.

Philip:
-, bailiff of Wiveliscombe, 145.
-, canon of Salisbury, 68.
-, the clerk, 25, 526.
-, papal notary, 55.
-, the priest, 27.
-, prior of Bruton, 53.
-, subtreasurer of Wells, 269.
-, John son of, 438.
-,-, de Insula, 490.
-, Robert son of, de Aschton, 362.

Philipp, Thomas, of Rea co. Gloucester, 407.

Philippa, queen of Edward III, 395.

Philippes, Phelippes, Phelpes.
-, Thomas, 281, 289, 370, 372.

Physician:
-, Adam the, canon of Wells, 527.
-, Roger the, 42.
-, Simon the, 93.

Pibbesbyrig. See. Pisbury.

Picher, John, 374, 375.

Pictaviensis. See Peytevin.

Pidel. See Puddle.

Piers, Peres. Peris, Pers, Perys, Pyers:
-, John 160, 200, 212.
-, Ralph, 505, 507, 508, 511, 514, 516–520.

Pighelare, Richard le, 545.

Pighele. See Pegeling.

Pikot, Roger, 367.

Pile:
-, John, 504.
-, William de la 512.

Pilewell, William de, 351, 352.

Pillesdon [Dorset], 524.

Pilton, Piltona, Piltun, Pulton, Pylton, 156, 324, 484.
-, manor of, 157.
-, bounds of, 324.
-, member of. See Wootton (North).
-, field names in, 156.
-, church of, 5, 24, 26, 308, 435, 534.
-,-, two prebends of Wells, 24, 436.
-,-, belonging to the precentor, 36, 203, 249.
-, vicar of, 121, 249.
-, vicarage of, 121, 249.
-, court of the abbot of Glastonbury at, 249.
-, park of, 5, 156.
-, succentor's wood in, 324.
-, Gildene helfacre in, 156. See Depelake, Uppehulle, Wolwardesbergh, Wordeforde.

Pilton Pulton, Pultun:
-, William de, canon of Wells, 98, 126, 136, 141, 463, 464, 532.
-,-, obit of, 241, 463.

Pimor, Pymor, Pymore, Hugh (de), 314.

Pinkham in North Curry, Pinkeham, Pykham, Pynkeham, Pynke-legeham, Pynkham, 11, 317, 320, 322.
-, park and grove of, 415, 417.

Pinnoc, William, citizen of Salisbury, 140.

Pinnocs moor (?), Pinnocesmor, 429.

Pipard, Gilbert, 353.

Piperona, Reyner or Reynon de, 80, 81, 89, 124, 129.

Pirou, Robert de, 58.

Pisbury, Pibbesbyrig, 429.

Pitney by Langport, Penitonya, Puttfneya, tithes of, 47.

Pitsford, Peddesford, 429.

Pitt in Whitchurch [Dorset], la Putte, 524.

Pixton, Reginald de, 315.

Pizzuti, John, cardinal of. St. Anastasia, 439.

Placegreve (Placegrene?), Roger, 349.

Placeman, 336.

Planes, Roger de, 7.

Plantagenet, Geoffrey, archbishop of York, 6.

Plate, silver, 166, 215, 223, 224.
-, church, 257, 269, 277, 294, 378, 409, 445, 448.

Playz, Robert de, 360.

Plecy, Pleissetis, Plescy, Plessetis, Plessy:
-, Gilbert de, 491.
-, John de, 17.
-, Nicholas (de), 157.
-,-, vicar of Wells, 162, 509, 511.

Pleysted, Plested:
-, John de la, 337.
-, William, 336.

Plimpstoke, Plimstok. See Plymstock.

Plinton. See Plympton.

Pludria, Morvan de, 69.

Plumbestok, Plumbstock, Plumpstock. See Plymstock.

Plumpton, William de, rector of West Lydford, 403.

Plumstok, Plumstoke, Plympstok, Plympstoke. See Plymstock.

Plympton [Devon], Plinton, Plymentun, priory of, 431, 450.

Plymstock, Plimpstoke, Plimstok, Plumbestock, Plumbstock, Plumpstook, Plumstok, Plumpstook, Plumstoke, Plympstok, Plympstoke, Plymstok
-, Richard de, 61, 186, 533.
-,-, canon of Wells, 169, 172, 182, 189, 190, 192, 193, 195, 196, 198, 208, 207.
-,-, farmer of Stogumber 193.
-, Thomas de, 211.

Poair. See Poer.

Poculchurch. See Pucklechurch.

Pode, Podio:
-, Hugh de, 25.
-, John, of West Hatch, 288, 417.
-, Robert, 344.

Podimore, Middelton Abbatis by Jevelchestre, Middeltone, Midelton by Jevelcestre, Milton, Puddimore, 110, 393, 401, 443, 481–484.
-, church of, 296.

Podio. See Pode.

Podmor, Podymor:
-, John, 357, 442.
-,-, Joan wife of, 442.
-,-, John heir of, 442.

Poer, Poair, Poher, Poore, Poyer, Puer, Puher:
-, (Poyer) Geoffrey le, 513, 514.
-, Herbert le, bishop of Salisbury, 64, 526.
-, (Poair) Hugh le, 342–345.
-, Joan, 330.
-, Richard le, bishop of Salisbury, 89, 126, 360, 437, 470, 522, 527.
-,-, of Durham, 8, 309, 310, 365, 366, 438, 445, 494.
-,-, clerks of, 365.
-, Robert, 21.
-, William (le), 493, 507.
-,-, (Poyer,) 327.
-,-, Compare Power.

Pointington, Pontyngdon, 427.

Poinz, Nicholas, 2.

Poitiers [France]:
-, archdeacon of, 13, 19.
-, canon of St. Ilarius of, 246, 247.

Pokelcherch, Pokelchirch, Pokelchirche, Pokelchurch, Pokelchyrche, Pokelechirch, Pokelescherch, Pokeleschirch, Pokeleschurch, Pokeleschyrch. See Pucklechurch.

Pokerel, William, 341.

Pokeswell. John, 517.

Poklechirch, Pokulchirch, Pokulchirche, Pokulchurch, Pokulchurche, Pokulchyrch, Pokulchyrche. See Pucklechurch.

Pola. See Pole.

Polayn, Poleyn, John, 156.

Pole, la, in St. Decumans, 45.

Pole. Pola:
-, John (de la), canon of Wells, 148, 509–511, 531.
-,-, chaplain of the archdeacon of Wells, 137.
-,-, vicar of St. Cuthbert, 137, 145.
-,-, patron of Norton under Hamdon, 401.
-, Ralph de la, of Priddy, 158.
-, Robert de, vicar of Wells, 162.
-,-, Compare Pulle.

Polestlou. See Polsloe.

Poleyn. See Polayn.

Pollution of church, 273.

Polsham, Paulesham, Poulesham, 38, 429.
-, mead, Pauleshamesmede, Pauleshammesmede, 369, 371.

Polsloe [Devon], Polestlou, nunnery of, 431.

Polton, Thomas, notary public, 408.
-, Compare Palton.

Poncius, Simon son of, 56.

Ponsoud, Ponsaud, Ponseud, Ponsot, Punsot, Puntsoud:
-, Aluredus, Alwerd or Alwred de 37, 38, 309.
-, Robert de, 37.
-,-, Maud wife of, 37, 38.
-,-, Alwerd of Alwred son of, 37, 38.

Pontchardon, Puntchardon, Puntchardun:
-, Hugh de, 493.
-, William de, 41, 493. See Lydeard.

Ponte:
-, Adam de, 505.
-, Anthony de, bishop of Albenga, registrar of papal letters, 396.
-, Daniel de, 39.
-,-, canon of Salisbury, 68.
-, Henry de, canon of Wells, 108, 158, 159, 529, 530.
-, Luke de, 144.
-, Nicholas de, 154.
-,-, Compare Brigg, Pontibus.

Ponte Audomari, Henry de, 44.

Pontefract [Yorks], 232.

Pontesbury:
-, Nicholas (de), canon of Wells, 271, 272.
-,-, subdeah of Wells, 270.

Pontibus (Portibus?):
-, Henry de, oanon of Wells, 391, 490.
-,-, prebendary of Henstridge, 391, 490.
-,-, Compare Ponte, Portu.

Pontissara John de, bishop of Winchester, 289.

Pontisside, Richard, 284.

Pont l'Eveque, Roger de, archbishop of York, 15, 54.

Pontyngdon. See Pointington.

Ponyngges. See Poynings.

Poor, gifts, pittances, etc. to, 23, 24, 35, 61, 70, 71, 106, 107, 152, 153, 204, 215, 221, 267, 376, 379, 381, 405, 432, 444, 445, 447, 457, 460, 468, 548.
-, relief of, 144, 164, 205, 390, 474.

Poore. See Poor.

Pope: See Adrian, Alexander, Benedict, Boniface, Celestine, Clement, Gregory, Honorius, Innocent, John, Martin, Nicholas, Urban.ope:
-, appeals to, 73, 75, 76, 91, 93–98, 115, 116, 118, 124, 125, 134, 135, 171, 172, 178, 193, 233, 256, 364, 436.
-, award by, 118.
-, dispensation by, 103, 218.
-, indulgence or indult by, 125, 127, 216, 387, 392, 437, 439, 459.
-, judges or executors appointed by, 40, 50, 118, 120, 124, 125, 129, 140, 178, 236, 237, 434, 436, 459, 478, 487, 493, 522, 524–526, 549.
-, letters etc. of, 113, 137, 209, 215, 287, 358, 396, 437, 439, 480, 493.
-, ministers of, 236, 396.
-, auditor of the camera or palace, 297, 396.
-, chamberlain, 130, 437.
-, chancellor, 440, 533.
-, chaplains. See Balaeto, Bredis, Giffard, Mutina, Nympha, Saracenus.
-, corrector of letters, 396.
-, registrar, 396.
-, secretaries, 207.
-, vicechancellor, 396, 437.
-, writer, 366.
-, petitions to, 2, 62–64, 117, 118, 120, 129, 130, 137, 207, 211, 213, 214, 219, 223, 235, 266, 436, 459, 493, 549, 550.
-, presents to 117.
-, registers of, 396.
-, subsidies to, 4, 85, 205, 252, 295, 403. See Peter's pence. See also Abbreviator, aid, legate, nuncio, prothonotary, provisions.

Pope:
-, Christina 347.
-, John (le), 339, 498, 499, 502.
-,-, canon of Wells, prebendary of St. Decumans, 424.
-, Robert, 348.
-, Walter, 350.
-, William, 348, 349.
-,-, the younger, 348.

Popham Hugh de, 184, 351–351, 408, 412, 423.

Porchester [Hants], Porcestre, Porecestre, 10, 431, 528.

Porr, Gilbert, 20.

Porret', Roger, 38.

Pors. See. Purs.

Portbury, church of, 139.

Portcroft, See Wells localities.

Portefer, Portifer, Portyfer:
-, Gilbert, 330.
-, Walter, 417, 418, 423, 452.

Porter Portere:
-, Alice, 215.
-, John, chaplain of North Curry, 279.
-,-, rector of Elworthy, 279.
-, Nicholas, 259.
-, Thomas, doctor of civil law, 271.
-,-, official of bishop Harewell, 271.
-,-, prebendary of [ ], 271.

Porteshed, Portesheved. See Portishead.

Portibus. See Powitibus.

Portifer. See Portefer.

Portishead, Porteshed, Portesheved:
-, church of, 238.
-, rector of, 284.

Portu:
-, Henry de, 421.
-, Ralph de, 421.

Portyfer. See Portefer.

Possession ad interim, 125.

Potag' John, 291.

Poterna:
-, Henry de, 491.
-, James de, 44.
-,-, justice, 10.

Poterne. See Pottern.

Poth:
-, John le, of Exeter, 78.
-,-, Juliana de Woky, wife of, 78.

Potter. See Wylcok.

Pottern [Wilts], Poterne, 103.

Poudeleshurst, William de, 523.

Pouer. See Power.

Poulesham. See Polsham.

Pouleshull, John, 518.

Poulet, Pouleth. See Paulet, Pawlett.

Pound:
-, Henry, 161.
-, Jordan, 161.
-, Roger, 425.

Pountfrett, Cicely (de), 542, 545.

Power, Pouer:
-, John, 512.
-,-, canon of Wells, 262, 278.
-,-, prebendary of Dulcot, 265.
-,-, archdeacon of Bath, 265, 271.
-,-, Compare Poer.

Powlet. See Paulet.

Powyk, Henry de, 172.

Poyer. See Poer.

Poynings, Ponyngges, Robert Lord, 509.

Pralle, Praule, Praull':
-, Geoffrey (de), vicar of Wells, 82, 142.
-, Roger de, vicar of Wells, 132.

Prat:
-, Robert, 29.
-,-, Jordan son of, 29.

Pratellis:
-, Engelram de, 7.
-, Roger de, 6.
-,-, John brother of, 6.

Praty, Richard, bishop of Chichester, executor of, 424.

Praule, Praull'. See Pralle.

Preciosus:
-, Ralph, 18, 150, 202, 307.
-,-, obit of, 18.

Prentis, John, 441, 442.

Preostle, Prestelegh. See Priestleigh.

Prestleygh, Richard de, 225.

Preston near Stogumber, Prestun 2.

field of, Prestonfelde, 521.

Preston:
-, Gilbert de, justice, 83, 319, 361.
-, William, vicar of St. Cuthbert, 287.

Preston Bermondsey Bermondeshey, 463.

Preston Plucknett, Pluckenette. Plucknette, 463.
-, chapel of, 463.

Pricat, John, 500.

Priddy, Pridie, Prydie, 158, 198, 253.
-, tithes' of, 135, 253, 383.

Pride, John, 546.

Pridie, Henry de, 97.

Pridie. See Priddy.

Priestleigh, Preostle, Prestelegh, 429, 477.
-, lord of, 521.

Prior, Henry the, 525.

Prior's moor, 318, 325.

Priston, Pristona, 440. See Wilmington.

Procurations:
-, archdeacon's, 49, 210, 242, 252, 295, 324, 359, 386, 389, 390, 397–399, 463, 521, 522.
-, bishop's, 196, 213, 273, 463, 468.
-, nuncio's, 186, 252, 295.

Proest:
-, Nicholas le, 165, 166.
-,-, Lucy wife of. See Lundreys.
-, Thomas le, 165, 166.
-,-, Agnes, wife of, 165.
-,-, Juliana daughter of, 165.

Prothonotary, papal, 289.

Proute, Walter, 425.

Provisions, papal, 81, 127, 132, 159, 174, 176, 178, 180, 207, 219, 223, 235, 236, 270, 287, 289, 366, 550.
-, of Merton, 257.
-, of Oxford, 90.
-,-, Compare Constitutions, Statutes.

Provisors, statute of, 65.

Prydie. See Priddy.

Prym, William, 251.

Psalter. See Books.

Pucklechurch [Glouc], Poculohurch, Pokeloherch, Pokelechirch, Pokeleschyrch, Poklechirch, Pokulchurche, Pukeleschcrech, Puklescherch, 104, 147, 251, 252.
-, deeds relating to, 355–358, &c. manor of, 146, 167, 168, 311, 359, 437, 472, 475, 494.
-, field names in, 251, 475. church of, 167, 252, 311, 356–358, 405, 438, 472.
-, advowson of, 167, 311, 357, 358, 405, 438, 472.
-, patron of, 357.
-, rectors of, 263, 356–358, 488.
-, vicar of, 251, 252, 487, 488.
-, vicarage of, 251, 356–358, 405.
-, bishop's park in, 251.
-, Bradelegh wood in, 475. See Henfield, Shortwood.

Puddle [Dorset], Pidel, rector of, 140.

Pudele, Robert de, 187.

Pudsey. Hugh, bishop of Durham, 6, 14, 24, 26, 47, 309.

Puer. See Poer.

Puett, John, 517, 520.

Puher. See Poer.

Pukelescherech, Pukeleschirch, Pukeleschirche, Pukeleschurch, Puklescherch. See Pucklechurch.

Pulle, Pull', Pulla:
-, John de, 133, 539.
-,-, prebendary of Wedmore quinta, 263.
-,-, rector of Hemington, 263.
-, Nicholas atte, 200, 210, 212, 229, 536.
-,-, Walter son of, 536.
-, Richard atte, 546.
-, William de, 133.
-,-, Compare Pole.

Pulton, Pultun. See Pilton.

Pumeraye, Henry de la, 41.

Punsot. See Ponsoud.

Puntchardon, Puntchardun. See Pontchardon.

Puntsoud. See Ponsoud.

Purchas alias Palmere, William, 257.

Puretout alias Sparuer, John, 338.

Puretut, Alice, 336.

Purihey, la. See Wells borough.

Purley, Purle, Purlee, Purlegh:
-, Robert de, 87.
-,-, steward of North Curry, 323.
-, Walter de, canon of Wells, 5, 72, 79, 81–83, 85, 87, 89, 131–134, 138, 141, 318, 497, 532.
-,-, chaplain of bishop Roger, 72, 308.
-,-, Ivo servant of, 89.
-,-, Compare Perle.

Purprestures, 226, 317–320, 417.
-, Compare Assart, enclosures.

Purrygg, John Paneys de, 291.

Purs, Pors:
-, Simon, 346.
-, William, 382.

Purveyance, 430.

Putte:
-, Edward de, 523.
-, John, vicar of Wells, 300.
-, Osmer de, 523.
-,-, Compare Pyttys.

Putte, la. See Pitt.

Putteneya. See Pitney.

Puttingthrop in Banwell, 209.

Puture, 36, 343, 344.

Pycheford, Pythefort, William de 438.

Pyers. See Piers.

Pyion, Roger, 388.

Pyk', Richard, 420, 482.

Pykeslegh:
-, Adam de, rector of Hutton, dean of Axbridge, 480.
-, Roger de, rector of Weston super Mare, 483.

Pykham. See Pinkham.

Pykkard, John, 521.

Pyllok, Stephen, 514.

Pylton. See Pilton.

Pym Pymme, Pymne, Pynme:
-, John, of London, canon of Wells, 215, 222, 231, 236, 543, 546. See also London.
-, Philip, 508, 513.
-, Robert, 506, 507.

Pymor, Pymore. See Pimor.

Pympel. See Pempel.

Pyncow, Pyncov, Pyncowe, Henry, 505, 506, 509.

Pynkeham, Pynkelegham, Pynkham, See Pinkham.

Pynme. See Pym.

Pynpel. See Pempel.

Pythefort. See Pycheford.

Pyttys, Richard, 407.
-, Compare Putte.

Pyx, 257, 268, 461.

Q

Quantock hills, Cantok, 184, 474.

Quarel, Osbern, 316.

Quarme, Robert 328.

Quarr [Isle of Wight], Quarrei, abbey of, 431.

Quarrier, Thomas, 291.

Quarry, 291.

Quedgeley [Glouc]. See Rea.

Queen Camel. See Camel.

Quency Saher de, earl of Winchester, 7, 305, 311.

Quenyngton, William de, 209.

Quercu, John de, 338.
-, Compare Oke.

Qui William de, 525.

Quile (Cuil), William de, 361.

Quo warranto, proceedings in, 146, 147, 530. See Writ.

Quyk, John, 328.

R

R.:
-, abbot of Athelney, 86, 87.
-, bishop of Excter, 59.
-,-, of Lincoln, 14.
-, monk of Bath, 93.
-, official of archdeacon Button, 453.
-, precentor of Wells, 121.
-, prior of St. John Baptist hospital, Northampton, 124, 125.
-, succentor of Wells, 70. See de camera.
-, vicar of St. Cuthbert Wells, 476.

Rabaas. Rabas. Agnes, sister of bishop Erghum, 356, 442.

Rabel, cook, 434.

Rackley, Radeclive, Redeclyve, 273.
-, borough and market at, 13.
-, port of, 439.
-, meadow of Radclyvemede, Radeclyvemede, 346.

Radclyve. See Redcliff.

Radduna, Sampson de, 400.

Radebyri, John de, 318.

Radeclive. Radeclyve. See Rackley, Redcliff.

Radene. See Redden.

Radestok. See Radstock.

Radestone, John, 295.

Radewik. See Redwick.

Rading. Radinge. Radinges. See Reading, Reding.

Radlunch. See Redlynch.

Radstock, Radestok, rector of, 209.

Rages, R. de, 163, 164.

Ragge, H., 87.

Raher, parson of Aller, 57. See Alre.

Rainer, cardinal of St. George in Velabro, 440.

Rainfrid. See Reinfrid.

Rak', J. de, canon of Wells, 72, 75, 85–87.

Raleigh, Rale, Ralee, Ralega, Ralegh, Raleyth, Rolegh:
-, Gervase, 344.
-, John de, 324, 495.
-, Randolf de, 493.
-, Richard de, 493.
-, Thomas de, 324, 348.
-, Warin de, 493.
-, William de, 41, 471.
-,-, bishop of Winchester, 3, 99.
-,-, justice, 478.
-,-, prebendary of Wanstrow, 495.
-,-, treasurer of Exeter, 365, 366.

Ralph, Raulf, 428.
-, the abbot 487.
-, abbot of Mont St. Michel, 449.
-, the archdeacon, 41.
-, archdeacon of Bath, 38, 46.
-, the chaplain, vicar of Kingsbury, 53.
-, the clerk, 184.
-, dean of Yarlington, 42.
-, official of the bishop of Salisbury, 366.
-, precentor of London, 56.
-,-, of Wells, 480.
-, son of the painter, 142. See Simon.
-, vicar of dean Sarcenus 80.
-, Geoffrey son of, 367.
-, William son of, 42.
-,-, de Craucum 69.
-,-, steward of Normandy, 13.
-,-, son of Bernard, Richard son of, 10.
-,-, William brother of, 10.

Rammesb', Ramesberi, Rammes-beria:
-, Adam de, 41, 45.
-, John de, 25.

Ramsbury [Wilts], Remmesbury, Remmysbury, 460, 470.

Ramsey [Hunts.], abbot of, 310.

Ramys. See Amis.

Randolf:
-, the baker, 451.
-, the chaplain, 493.
-, the parker, 104.
-, the shepherd, 202.
-, Richard son of, 353.

Randolf, Randelf, Randolph:
-, John, 156, 180, 184, 206.
-,-, justice, 363.
-,-, vicar of Wells, 287.
-, William, 161.

Raulf. See Ralph.

Raulyn, Robert, rector of Norton under Hamdon, 394.

Rawell, William, 340.
-, Compare Rowles.

Ray, John, 500.

Raygate. See Reigate.

Raynold. See Reynolds.

Rayny (Rayng). See, Regny.

Rea in Quedgeley [Glouc.], Rye, 407.

Readewelle. See Roadwell.

Reading [Berks], Rading, Radinge, Radinges, Redyng, 245, 403.
-, abbey ohuroh of, 99.
-, abbot of, 360, 437.

Recovery, common, 498.

Red. Rede:
-, Lewis, 435.
-, William, 343, 345.
-,-, Compare Reod.

Redcliff, Radclyve, Radeclyve, Redeclive:
-, dean of, 266, 465.
-, St. Mary, church of, near Bristol, chapel in the churchyard of, 1.
-,-, chantry in, 1.
-,-, rector of, 2.

Redeclyve. See Rackley.

Reding, Rading, Redyng:
-, John de, monk of Bath, 101, 102, 113.
-, Reymund de, canon of Wells, 34.
-, Robert de, monk of Bath, 113.
-, Stephen de, 39.

Redlynoh, Radlunch, 198.

Redmore, Rodemore, Lucy, 506, 507, 511, 515, 520. See Strecch.

Redwick in Henbury [Glouc.], Radewik, mills of, 444.

Redyng. See Reading, Reding.

Reeve, the. See Wells borough.

Regalia, 310.

Regat', Robert de, 42.

Reginald, Reinald:
-, bishop. See Joscelin (son of).
-, the clerk. See Bozun.
-, clerk of the bishop of Exeter, 55.
-, master, 41.
-, (Higinus) precentor of Wells, 30, 33, 39, 53, 430.
-,-, bishop John uncle of, 33.
-,-, nephews of, 39.
-, prior of Woodspring, 98.
-, rector of Shepton Beauchamp, 229.
-, sacrist of Wells, 415.
-, William son of, 59.

Register books. See Books. Pope, Wells (dean and chapter).

Regny, Rayny, Reigny, Reinni, Renni, Reygni, Reyni, Reyny, Rinni:
-, John de, 11, 354.
-, Robert de, 19, 20.
-,-, called Fitzpayn, 19.
-, Roger de, 42.
-, Thomas de, 11.
-, Walter de, 496.
-, William de, 19, 20, 178, 217, 317.
-,-, Robert chaplain of, 19, 20.

Reigate [Surrey], Raygate, 447.

Reigny. See Regny.

Reinald the clerk. See Bozun, Reginald.

Reiner, bishop of St. Asaph, 62, 63.

Reinfrid, Rainfrid:
-, Gilbert son of, 51.
-, Richard son of, canon pf Excter, 20.
-, Roger son of, 51.
-,-, of the Exchequer, 21.

Reinni. See Regny.

Remmesbury, Remmysbury. See Ramsbury.

Remygton:
-, Hugh de, 267.
-,-, Maud wife of, 267.

Renger, Richard, 475.

Renham, Richard de, 138.

Renni. See Regny.

Rentals of:
-, Burnham parsonage, 328.
-, Cheddar, 500.
-, Newport, 327, 328.
-, Stogumber, 520, 521.
-,-, Compare Custumals.

Reod, Walter de, 348.
-, Compare Red.

Retford, Retfford, Retforde:
-, brother John de, 548.
-, Richard de, doctor of divinity 548.
-, brother Thomas de, 548.
-, Thomas de, canon of Wells, 182, 209, 216, 217, 230, 232.
-,-, prebendary of Combe octara, 217.
-,-, chancellor of Wells, 37, 171, 174, 182, 189, 190, 196–198, 207, 215, 217, 218, 220, 222, 230–233, 235, 542, 543, 546.
-,-, Adam brother of, 548.
-,-, Isabel niece of, 548.
-,-, clerk of, 37, 217.
-,-, death of, 239.
-,-, burial place of 548.
-,-, will of, 547, 548.
-,-, cousin of the chancellor, 548.
-, Walter de, vicar of Kingsbury Episcopi, 547.

Reu, Henry le Lange de, 156.

Reve, Walter, 499, 500.

Revewike, 501.

Rewe, Roo, Therewe:
-, Henry, 500.
-, John le (Jew), 484.
-, Simon, 464.
-, William atte in the, on the, 411, 414, 415.

Reygni, Reyni. See Regny.

Reynolds, Raynold, Reynald, Reynold:
-, John, 424, 458, 468, 505, 508, 509.
-, Walter, archbishop of Canterbury, 178, 179, 182, 190, 191, 195, 197, 213, 215, 493. See also Bibliography.

Reynon the clerk. See Piperona.

Reyny. See Regny.

Rheims [France], archbishop of, 439.

Rich, Riche, Ryche:
-, Christina la, 200.
-, John (le), 200, 212, 456, 537.
-,-, chaplain, 457, 458.

Riohard I king of England, 6–9, 58, 76, 147, 149, 166–168, 289, 306, 309, 472, 497.
-, charters of 6, 13, 14, 308, 426, 434, 494.

Richard II, king of England, 284, 294, 298, 300, 301, 356, 357, 381, 407, 466.
-, 'founder and patron' of Wells, 357.
-, queen of. See Anne.
-, clerk and secretary of, 298.
-, inspcrimus by, 425.
-, patents of, 358, 405.

Richard, 97, 269, 353.
-, abbot of Muchelney, 42, 43, 48, 367, 487.
-,-, of Ramsey, 310.
-, almoner of Bath, 92.
-, archbishop of Canterbury, 20–23, 54.
-,-, legate, 22, 23.
-, archdeacon, 69.
-,-, of Bath, 27, 43, 56, 68, 69, 493.
-,-, of Coutances, 38.
-,-, of Poitiers, 13, 19.
-, the baker, 461.
-, canon of Keynsham, parson of Stoke, prior of Woodspring, 98.
-,-, of Salisbury, 526.
-,-, of Taunton, 69.
-, cardinal. See Annibaldi.
-, the carpenter, 333, 345.
-, the chamberlain, 9, 19, 22, 42–45, 68, 123, 491.
-, the chaplain, 40, 45, 57.
-, chaplain of the bishop of Exeter, 55.
-,-, of the bishop of Winchester, 421.
-, the clerk, 91, 93.
-, the cordwainer, 444.
-, de camera, 432.
-, the dyer, 79.
-, earl of Cornwall, 73, 257.
-, the hunter, 451.
-, the marshal, 9, 22, 25, 41–44, 52, 68, 432, 492.
-, nephew of Lucy Lundreys, 166.
-, official of bishop Joscelin, canon of Wells, 58.
-,-, of the bishop of Salisbury, 365.
-, parson of Whitchurch Canonicorum, 525, 526.
-,-, of Shalford, 56.
-, prior of Bruton, 42.
-, the shepherd, 523.
-, the smith, 200, 212.
-, son of the chancellor, Randolph son of, 42.
-, subprior of Bath 113.
-, succentor of Wells, 102, 134, 136–138, 141, 412, 531.
-, vicar of North Curry, 137.
-, vice-archdeacon. See Herlem'.
-, Elias son of, 25, 45, 477.
-, Hamon son of, (de Blakeford?), 496.
-, Hill' (daughter?) of, 431.
-, Hugh son of, 445.
-, John son of, 41.
-, Richard son of, le Touker, 468.
-, Robert son of, 45, 479.
-, Simon son of, 39, 43, 44.
-, William son of, 42.
-,-, de Maulesberg, 38, 39.

Richard:
-, Hugh, canon of Wells, 174.
-, William, bachelor of laws, rector of West Coker, 382.

Riche. See Rich.

Richeman:
-, Richard, of Binegar, William son of, 191.
-,-, of Wells, 195.
-, William, bailiff of the bishop's liberty, 323.
-,-, Compare Rickman.

Richemunt, William de, 470.

Richer Richard son of, 142.

Richilda, John son of, 39.

Rickman, John, 528.
-, Compare Richeman.

Ricobaldi, Gerard, of Florence, 478.

Ridar:
-, Geoffrey, 524.
-, John, 524.

Ridel Ride:
-, Geoffrey, bishop of Ely, 15, 22, 353.
-, Stephen, chancellor of John count of Mortain, 7.

Rifford. See Risford.

Rigge, Rugge, Rygge:
-, Robert, doctor of divinity, 299.
-,-, canon of Wells, 299, 300, 373.
-,-, prebendary of Dulcot, 299.
-,-, chancellor of Oxford, 299.

Rihull:
-, Christina de, 524.
-, Hamund de, 524.
-, Hugh de, 523.
-,-, Compare Ryal.

Rihull. See Ryle.

Rimpton. Rympton, rector of, 387.

Ring, gift hy, 56, 68.

Rinni, See Regny.

Ripariis, Rypariis, Richard de, 158.

Ripton, Fabian de, 491.

Rischworth, Rischwerth, John de, 453, 456.

Risford, Rifford:
-, Adam de, 19.
-, William de, 19.

Risyngdon, Risyngdone, Rysingdone, Rysyngdone:
-, John de, 549.
-,-, rector of Yeovil, 396, 541, 548, 551.

Rivell', R., 507. See Curry Rivell.

Rivoltella, Ardicio, cardinal of St. Theodore, 440.

Roadwell. Readewelle, 429.

Robbe. See Dobbe.

Robert, 428, 470.
-, abbot of Athelney, 43, 317, 319.
-,-, of Ford, 40.
-,-, of Glastonbury, 24, 26, 308.
-,-, 366, 438, 472, 473, 496.
-, Ætheling, duke of Normandy, son of William I, 13, 434.
-, archdeacon (22, 25?), 27, 43, 53, 430. See Peytevin.
-,-, of Bath, (Gildeford?), 68.
-,-, of Wells, 18, 19, 23, 24, 28.
-, bishop of Bath, 8, 13, 18, 19, 23, 27, 28, 31, 33, 39, 53, 58, 59, 149, 150, 175, 206, 306, 307, 430, 440, 454, 470, 534.
-,-, charters of, 27, 52, 53.
-,-, Hamon nephew of, 19.
-, the chamberlain. See Mauduit.
-, chancellor of Salisbury, 522.
-, the chaplain, 45, 57.
-, chaplain of Otterhampton, 40.
-,-, of Wiliam de Regny, 19, 20.
-, the clerk, 250, 501, 525, 536.
-, de camera, 29, 70, 135.
-, duke of Normandy. See Robert Ætheling.
-, of Lewes. See Robert bishop of Bath.
-, the marshal, 10, 93, 137.
-, master, 40, 452, 480.
-, the miller, 144.
-, parson or rector of Bagborough, 384.
-,-, of Carhampton (Bozun?), 25.
-,-, of Compton Martin, 485.
-,-, of Loxton, 501.
-,-, of Woolavington, 41.
-, precentor of Exeter, 20.
-, prior of Barlynch, 106, 110, 148.
-,-, of Bath, 52, 54, 57, 62–65, 476, 480.
-,-, of Bruton, 56.
-,-, of Glastonbury, 27.
-,-, of Stavordale, 152.
-, the serjeant, 45.
-, sacrist of Bath, 93.
-, servant of the sacrist of Bath, 93.
-, the spenser, 14.
-, the spicer, le Spycer, 139, 143, 240.
-, subdean of Wells, 19, 53, 59.
-, vicar of Cutcombe, 165.
-,-, of Milverton, 195.
-, Elias son of, 42.
-, Geoffrey son of, de Westbury, 40.
-, John son of, de Strode, 209.
-, Ralph son of, 45.
-, William son of, 59.

Roche, Rocha Rooche:
-, Adam, 280.
-, John, 324.
-, Simon de, 324, 520.
-, Walter de la, 151.
-, William de, 55.
-,-, Compare Rokk'.

Rochell', W. de la, 14.

Roches. Peter des, bishop of Winchester, 16, 17, 63, 64, 305, 310, 489, 528.

Rochester, bishop of, 436. See Gundulfus, Glanvill, Sandford, St. Martin.

Rochester, Roff', Roucestria, Solomon de, justice, 146, 148, 234.

Rockborn [Hants], Rokeburne, 179.

Rodde, Philip, rector of Whatley, 295.

Rodden, Radene:
-, chapel of, 151.
-, patron of, 151.

Roddok:
-, John, 341.
-, Robert, 342.

Rodemore. See Redmore.

Rodney, Rodenye, at Markham in Wedmoreland, 160.

Rodney, Rodenay, Rodeney, Rode neye, Rodenye, Rodneye, Rodnye:
-, John (de), 327, 373.
-,-, vicar of Wells, 258.
-, Richard de, 160, 172, 178, 179, 196, 198, 206, 362, 539.
-,-, executor of bishop de Marchia, 155.
-,-, of bishop Haselshaw, 177.
-,-, Lucy wife of, 160.
-,-, Richard son of, 173.
-,-, canon of Wells, 222, 236, 239, 542.
-,-, prebendary of Wormestorre 263.
-, Thomas (de), 499, 502, 549.
-, Walter (de), 217, 234, 238, 248, 326, 374, 375, 380, 421, 456, 469, 498–500, 539, 549.
-, William de, 160.

Rodolio, Alexander de, 51.

Rodolph, Rolf, cardinal of St. Lucy in septa solis, 440.

Rodweye, 11.

Roff'. See Rochester.

Roger:
-, abbot of Athelney, 45, 47.
-, archdeacon of Winchester, 24, 47.
-, bishop of Salisbury, 15, 33.
-,-, of Worcester, 20, 22, 23, 39.
-,-, ,clerk of, 39.
-, the butler, 402.
-, the chaplain. See Chiuton.
-, chaplain of the bishop of London, 57.
-,-, f Hugh bishop of Lincoln, 432.
-,-, of Wanstrow, 43, 44.
-,-, the clerk, 89.
-, the marshal, 432.
-, master, 19, 38, 39, 46.
-, nephew of the chancellor, vicar of Wells, 82.
-, parson of Nether Stowey, 40.
-, the physician, 42.
-, priest of Alford, 23.
-, rector of Bathanipton, 173.
-, servant of William Blake, 425.
-, succentor of Salisbury, 76, 94, 527.
-, Adam son of, 350, 493.
-, Geoffrey son of, 43, 44.
-, William son of, 350.
-,-, de Barton, 62.

Roges, Alice, 67.

Rogga, Richard, 409, 418.

Rogus, John, 455.

Roka. See Roche, Rokk'.

Rokebere, Richard de, vicar of Kingston, 543, 544.

Rokeborne:
-, Gilbert de, 395.
-,-, Joan wife of, 395.
-,-, John son of, 395.

Rokeburne. See Rockborn.

Roket, W., 330.

Rokk', Roka:
-, P. de la, 138.
-, Peter de, 80.
-,-, Compare Roche.

Roland the clerk, 120.

Roland, John, canon of Wells, 457.

Rolegh. See Ralegh.

Rolf. See Rodolph.

Rollebury, John de, barber, 259.

Rolston in Banwell, (Rollson, Rowlston,) Rolveston, lord of, 362.

Romain John le, archbishop of York, 151, 152.

Rome [Italy], 31, 95, 115, 117, 236, 300, 396, 428, 440, 459.
-, court of, 79, 80, 90, 92, 93, 95, 97–99, 112, 117–119, 124, 126–129, 137, 171, 174, 175, 180, 207, 211, 224, 550, 551.
-, documents dated at, 289.
-,-, at the Lateran, 433, 436, 437, 440. See Council.
-,-, at St. Peters, 356, 392, 437, 454, 487, 533.
-, ambassador to, 211.
-, chancellor of. See Pope.

Romenal. See Rumenal.

Romeston:
-, Robert, of Corfe, canon of Wells, 269.
-, prebendary of Whitchurch, 269.
-,-, dean in Shaftesbury abbey, 269.

Romesye, Walter de, 370.

Roo. See Rewe.

Rooche. See Roche.

Roos. See Ros.

Roper, Ropere:
-, John (le), 259, 270, 368–372.
-,-, of Wells, merchant, 280.
-,-, burgess of Wells, 272.
-,-, steward of Wells, 369.
-,-, will of, 279, 280.
-,-, executors of 280.
-,-, obit of, 280.'
-, Petronilla wife of, 280.

Ros, Roos:
-, Robert, of Clutton, 545.
-,-, vicar of Wells, 541, 544, 545.
-, William de, 313. See Rosse, Rous.

Rosemund, Rosmond, William 483.

Rosesone, Walter, 272, 281.

Rosnel, William, 347.

Rosse, Ros:
-, John de, doctor of laws, 172.
-,-, canon of Wells, 172, 174, 178, 180.
-,-, clerk of the household of cardinal Arnald, 178.
-, Robert de, 236.
-, W. de, 174. See Roos, Rous.

Rotard, Walter, 497.

Rotherey, Nicholas, 498.

Roucestria. See Rochester.

Rouen [France]:
-, archbishop of 13, 14, 309.
-, archdeacon of, 118.
-, dean of, 309.

Rouk, Walter, 328.

Roumara, William de, earl, 489.

Rous, Rus:
-, Hugh le vicar of Wells, 509–511.
-, John le, of Lamyatt, 145.
-, William le, canon of Wells, 103.
-,-, subdean of Wells, 111, 113, 148, 492.
-,-, burial place of, 492.
-,-, clerk, of Bristol, 138, 139. See Roos, Rosse.

Rowberrow, Rowebergh, Rugeberg, 470.
-, rector of, 480, 483.

Rowles, Roweles:
-, Mabel of North Curry, 418.
-,-, John son of, 409.
-,-, Compare Rawell.

Rowlston. See Rolston.

Ruffrigeray, William (de), 354.

Ruffus, Rufus:
-, Geoffrey, chancellor of England, 15, 65.
-,-, Cusin, 42.
-, Hugh, of Ditoheat, 3.
-, Humphrey, 19, 46.
-, R., 507.
-,-, William brother of, 507.
-, Reginald, 56.
-, Richard, 19.
-, William, 21, 23, 353.

Rugeberg. See Rowberrow.

Rugge. See Rigge.

Rumenal, Romenal, Rumunal:
-, Hugh de, chaplain of bishop Joscelin, 522.
-,-, subdean of Wells, 5, 70, 72–79, 81, 86, 88, 89, 91–99, 119, 122, 123, 127–129, 131–134, 136, 138, 308, 318, 453, 470.
-,-, rector of Wookey, 78.
-,-, treasurer of Wells, 57, 106, 137, 141, 402, 531.
-,-, executors of, 57, 106, 114, 402.
-,-, chantry of, 57, 106, 114, 378.
-,-, obit of, 106. See Hugh rector of Martock.

Rus. See Rous.

Russeham in Chew Magna, 136.

Russel. Russell:
-, John, 293, 401, 441, 469.
-,-, bailiff of the bishop's liberty, 442.
-, Ralph, 445, 523.
-, Robert, 19, 327, 328.
-, Stephen, 99.
-,-, Joan wife of, 99.
-, William, 62, 99, 100, 133, 511.
-,-, son of Bernard de Pederton, 512. See Kingston Russell.

Russinol, P., 97.

Ryal, William, vicar of Wells, 300.
-, Compare Rihull.

Ryall. See Ryle.

Ryby:
-, William, 395.
-,-, John and Emma parents of, 395.

Ryohe. See Rich.

Rye. See Rea.

Ryecroft in Whitchurch [Dorset], Ryecrhoft, 523.

Rygge. See Rigge.

Ryght, William le, 259.

Ryle or Ryall in Whitchurch [Dorset], Rihull, 524.

Rympton. See Rimpton.

Ryngwode, 354.

Rypariis. See Ripariis.

Rysingdone, Rysyngdone. See Risyngdone.



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