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N. bishop and chancellor [? William Longchamp], 537.

Nadegario, Thomas de, 49.

Nahelis. See Nigel.

Namur, Philip, count of, 495.

Nantes, Nannetensis, bishop of, 427, 468.

-, -, Maurice, 90, 210, 386.

-, -, Richard, 515.

Narbonne, duke of. See Raimund.

Nathanael the knight, 486. See Levelande.

Nattewood farm, Natawuda [near Polegate, co. Sussex], 511.

Navenby, Navzebeia [co. Lincoln], 237.

Neafla, Paganus de, 1.

Neahou. See Néhou.

Neapoli, Garner de, master of the Hospitallers, 15.

Neath, Neth, Ralf abbot of, 296.

Neel, Robert, 103.

Neelhou. See Néhou.

Neelhu, William de, 316.

-, -, Richard, clerk, brother of, 316.

Neford, St. Sepulchre de, Herbert, prior of, 240.

Néhou, Neahou [Manche], church of, 315.

-, Robert priest of, 317.

Neilesw'nda, Jordan de, 144.

Neiselles. See Newsellbury.

Neiville. See Nevilla.

Neiville, Robert de, gifts of, 77.

-, -, Maud wife of, 77.

-, William de, gifts of, 77.

Nemboth. See Newbottle.

Neobotha, tithe of. See Newbold.

Nerun, forest of, 259.

Nerveus, Geoffrey son of, 437.

Neth. See Neath.

Nethravon. Nidereavena [co. Wilts], 511.

Neubele, Hugh de, 448.

Neubourg, Le, Novum Burgum [Eure], charter dated at, 121.

Neufbourg, prévôte of, 200.

-, Robert de, 224 n.

Neufchâtel [Seine Inférieure]. See Drincourt.

Neufmarché, Novumforum, Novum Mercatum [Seine Inférieure], Bernard, prior of, 127.

-, charter dated at, 525.

Neuport. See Newport Pagnell.

Neuton. See Newton.

Neuvilla. See Nevilla.

Neuville, near Dieppe [Seine Inférieure], 75, 78.

Neuville, Novilla [? Calvados], church of, 170.

Nevilla, Neiville, Neuvilla, Nova Villa, Alan de, 6, 116, 357, 377.

-, Eustace de, 528.

-, Ralf de, 64, 258.

- Robert de, 115.

-, -, junior, 175.

See also Neiville; Novilla.

Newbold, Neobotha [co. Linc.], tithe of, 230.

Newbottle, Nemboth, [co. Northants], 223.

Newbury, Neuberie, Niweberia [co. Berks], 482.

-, church of, 108.

Newcastle [nr. St. Maughan], chapel of St. Thomas, 404.

Neweham, charter dated at, 135.

See also Niweham.

Newenton. See Newton-Longueville.

Newman, Ebdoyn, 150.

Newminster, Novum Monasterium, Robert, abbot of, 297.

Newnter, land of, 205.

Newport Pagnell, Neuport [co. Buckingham], monastery of St. Mary, 444.

Newsellbury in Barkway, Neiselles [co. Herts], 233.

Newton [co. Lancaster], 237.

- upon Ouse, Neutona, [co. York], church of, 442.

- Solney, Neuton [co. Derby], 203.

Newton-Longueville, Newetona, Newentona, Niwentona [co. Buckingham], 74, 75, 77.

Newtonia, Peter de, 337.

Nicera, Robert, 324.

Nicholas, Nicolas, 39, 481.

-, canon of Rouen cathedral, 13.

-, chaplain, 187, 312, 515.

-, - of Henry II. 361.

-, -, of Walter, archbishop of Rouen, 13.

-, of the monks, 202.

-, clerk, 105.

-, dean, 485.

-, nephew of Richard bishop of Coutances, 344.

-, infans, 3.

-, master, 129.

-, -, divinus, 139.

-, master of the earl (Ferrars), 205.

-, monk, 21.

-, parson of Ste. Regouefe, Surtainville, 181.

-, priest, 267.

-, secretary of Rouen cathedral, 3.

-, Robert son of, 138.

Nideravena. See Netheravon.

Niellus. See Nigel.

Nigasius, 52.

Nigel, Nahel, Niellus, 250, 456.

-, bishop of Ely, 5, 99, 185, 207, 299, 342, 377, 504, 509.

-, chaplain, 296.

-, nephew of Roger bishop (of Salisbury), 41, 42, 97, 98, 125.

See Nigel bishop of Ely.

-, juvenis, 254.

-, monk, 276, 531.

-, the priest, 261.

-, seneschal of Hugh de Insula, 426.

-, treasurer (the nephew of bishop Roger), 508.

-, vicomte, 251.

See also St. Sauveur.

-, Nigel son of, 254, 425.

-, Ranulf nephew of, 145.

-, Richard son of, 434.

-, William son of, 292.

Niweham, charter dated at, 45.

See also Neweham.

Niwentona. See Newton.

Nocton, master Robert de, archdeacon, 307.

Noelli, Roger and Walter de, 513.

Noeria. See Noraye.

Noers. See Noyers.

Noers, Huers, Ralf de, 193.

-, Hugh de, 76.

-, -, Hugh, and Henry, sons of, 193.

-, Robert de, 193.

-, -, Hugh, Henry and William sons of, 193.

Nogent, Nugent, Gilbert de, 105.

-, -, wife of, 106.

Nogent-Rotrou, Nugent-Rotrodi [Eure et Loire], charter dated at, 357.

Noion. See Noyon.

Noius, the deacon, 415.

Nonancourt Nonancuria [Eure], churches of, 97, 99.

-, fair at, 97, 99.

-, charter dated at, 217.

Nonant, Hugh de, bishop of Coventry, 91, 119, 149, 239, 355, 495.

Nonily, Noneleia [co. Warwick], chapel of, 414

Noraye, La, Noeria, Bernerius abbot of, 375.

Nordie [co. Sussex], 26.

Norfolch, Norfolk, Norfoulke, Alexander de, 152, 153.

-, -, clerk, 152.

Norfolk, king's officers of, 115.

-, earl of. See Bigot, Hugh, Roger; Guader.

Norgodus, 403, 434.

Norgotus, bishop, 250.

Norguico, Odo de, 414.

Norhantona, Northantona, master Henry de, 307, 489.

-, William de, 488.

Norjotis, Richard, clerk, 344.

Norman, the clerk, 239.

-, the huntsman, 233.

-, sheriff, 357.

-, monk of Faversham, 485.

-, villein of abbot of Fécamp, 48.

-, master Richard, 17.

-, Roger, 4, 11.

-, Solomon son of, 526.

-, master William, 13, 307.

-, William, son of, 396, 401 n.

Normandy, 55, 56, 59, 60, 65, 67, 77, 78, 84, 85, 89–91, 101, 102, 118, 142, 426, 440, 449, 464, 475, 525.

-, forest of, 91.

-, stewardship of, 465.

-, trade with, Irish, 33, 35.

-, -, English, 34, 35.

-, bailiffs of, 44, 61, 102.

-, barons of, 92, 352, 478, 492.

-, bishops of, 97.

-, constable of. See Humeto, Richard and William de.

-, count of, 426. See under Duke.

-, mother churches of, 14.

-, duke of, Geoffrey, 27, 32 n, 33, 34, 72, 73, 120, 241, 264, 335, 380, 470 (?) 533.

-, -, -, charters of, 43, 59, 60, 121, 201, 292, 293, 532.

-, -, -, Helias brother of, 34.

-, -, Henry, 3, 182, 184, 216, 345.

-, -, -, charters of, 4, 32, 43, 68, 135, 214, 298, 342, 370, 374, 375, 416, 419, 464, 514, 518, 519, 532.

-, -, Richard II. (“the good”), 37, 45, 58.

-, -, -, gifts by, 37, 43, 44.

-, -, -, charter of, 249, 250.

-, -, -, Adeliz, daughter of. See Adeliza.

-, -, -, Papia wife of, 249, 250.

-, -, -, Richard (III.) son of, 249, 250.

-, -, -, Robert son of, 249, 250.

See Normandy, Robert I. duke of.

-, -, -, Gonnor mother of. See Gonnor.

See also Richard.

-, -, Robert I. (“the devil”), 22, 141, 166, 252, 253.

-, -, -, charters of, 250, 251, 526.

-, -, -, William son of. See Normandy, William duke of; William I.

-, -, Robert II. (son of William I.), 22, 25, 58, 110, 123, 141, 154, 163, 166, 255, 327, 341, 359, 399, 400, 421, 422, 425, 426, 433, 436– 438, 503, 520, 521, 530.

-, -, -, charters of, 1, 39, 142, 155, 257, 529, 530.

-, -, William, 20, 21, 197, 254, 255, 422–4, 456.

-, -, -, charters of, 201, 251, 252, 253, 341, 395, 421.

See also Henry I., Henry II., John, Richard I., William I.

-, justices of, 11, 31, 61, 337, 531. See also Normandy, seneschal of; Ralf, William son of.

-, justiciary of, 156n.

-, lord of, 114.

-, officers of, 43, 45, 59, 64, 68, 72, 98, 100, 160, 162, 169, 170, 185, 196, 207, 241, 466, 518, 519, 522.

-, seneschal of. See Humeto, Richard de; Novo Burgo, Robert de; Ralf, William son of; Tesson, Ralf.

-, Mauger, treasurer of, 65.

-, vicomtes of, 61.

Normans, duke of the. See Anjou, count of; Normandy duke of.

Normanvilla, Girold de, 93, 134.

-, Roger de, butler, 106.

Norreis, Hugh, 174.

Northam [co. Devon], 155, 157, 162.

Northampton, Norhantona, 188.

-, St. Andrew's, Robert, prior of, 187.

-, -, monks of, 188.

-, charters dated at, 4, 101, 292, 337, 355, 460, 508, 516.

-, Simon, earl of, 48, 49, 74, 292, 376, 377, 401, 484, 506.

-, Robert, archdeacon of, 366.

-, countess of, Isabel, 377.

Northantona. See Norhantona.

Northona. See Norton-by-Galby.

Northumberland, earl of, Henry son of the king of Scotland, 357. See also Monbrai, Robert de.

-, privileges in, 357.

Norton [? co. Northants], tithe of, 108.

Norton. See Chipping Norton.

Norton-by-Galby, Northona, [co. Leic.], 230.

Norton Lindsey, Nortun [co. Warwick], chapel of, 414.

Nortun, church of, 405.

Norwicensis, Roger, 487.

Norwich, church of Holy Trinity, 76, 77.

-, church of St. John, 76.

-, archdeacon of. See Bolonia, Baldwin de.

-, bishop of, 97, 100, 291. See also Grey, John; Oxford, John of; Theodret; William.

Noseley, Novellaium [co. Leic.], church of, 230.

Nosted. See Nutsted.

Nothoella. See Nutwell.

Nothus, William, 174.

Notingham. See Nottingham.

Notre Dame de Bondeville, abbey of St. Mary, 72–3.

-, nuns of, 392.

Nottingham, Notingham, archdeacon of, Robert son of William Fitz Ralf, 11, 46, 148, 172, 188, 338.

Nottingham, earls of. See Ferrariis.

Noue, La, Précigné, St. Land de, 419.

Novavilla. See Nevilla.

Novellaium, church of. See Noseley.

Novesby, Gamaliel, parson of, 227.

Novilla. See Neuville.

Novilla, Hervey de, 519.

-, Richard de, gift of, 170.

-, Robert de, dapifer, 29.

-, -, junior, 75.

See also Nevilla.

Novo burgo (Neubourg, Eure), Henry de, 35, 116–118, 135, 145, 200, 309.

-, Ralf de, 357.

-, Robert de, 34, 43–45, 60, 68, 78, 92, 101, 114, 121, 124, 135, 138, 160, 185, 215, 267, 268, 270, 311, 355, 374, 494, 518, 519, 532, 533.

-, -, dapifer or seneschal of Normandy, 115, 268, 269, 299, 455.

-, -, Godeheld, wife of, 128.

-, -, Henry, son of, 128.

-, -, -, charter of, 128n.

-, -, -, Robert son of, 128n.

-, -, -, Ralf, son of, 128.

-, Robert brother of Henry (son of Robert) de, archdeacon, 116.

-, -, dean of Evreux, 101, 128, 309.

See also Warwick, earls of.

Novoforo. See Neufmarché.

Novoforo, Osbern de, 25.

Novo-mercato, Bernard de, 39, 233.

-, William de, 376.

-, -, Joscelin father of, 376.

Novum Burgum. See Neubourg, Le.

Novum Mercatum. See Neufmarché.

Novum Monasterium. See Newminster.

Noyers, Noyeres, Noers [Calvados], 183.

-, church of, 193.

Noyon, Noion [near Charleval, Eure], 220.

Nugent. See Nogent.

Nugent-Rotrodi. See Nogent-le-Rotrou.

Nuilleio, Garin de, 211.

-, Robert de, 211.

Nundonia. See London.

Nun Eaton, Ectune, Eton [co. Warwick], 376.

-, church of, 384.

-, nuns of, 387.

Nutford [near Pimperne, co. Dorset], 385.

Nutford, Osbert de, 387.

Nutsted, Nosted [co. Kent], tithe from, 40.

Nutwell in Woodbury, Nothoella [co. Devon], 428.

Nyetimber, Neuetunbra [co. Susssx], 510.

Nyobe, William, 190.

O.

Oakley, Aquileie, Acheleia [co. Essex], 292.

Occames, Occagnes, Andrew de, 194, 212.

Occensis. See Bec.

Occheburna, Ockeburn. See Ogbourne.

Ocle Pitchard, in Lyres Ocle, Aclea [co. Hereford], 135.

Octeville [Manche], 334.

-, wood called la Fay of, 335.

Octodenarius, Osbert, 42.

Octona, [? Houghton-on-the-Hill, co. Leic.], 230.

Octovilla, Robert de, priest, 337.

-, -, Ralf, brother of, priest, 337.

Odard, 23, 217.

-, the physician, grant by, 65.

Odelinus, abbot, 526.

Odesteca. See Woodstock.

Odo, 75, 77, 250, 441.

-, the butler, 310.

-, chamberlain of Ranulf son of Ullgerius, 142.

-, chaplain of queen Matilda, 54.

-, -, St. Paul's, 152, 153.

-, clerk, 492.

-, cook, 227.

-, count (of Champagne), 165.

-, consul, cunsul (? count of Champagne), 397, 399.

-, the monk, 409.

-, smith, 448.

-, Payn son of, 236.

-, Ralf son of, 39, 400, 401, 437.

-, Renald son of, priest, 407.

-, Roger son of, clerk, 409.

-, William son of, 59, 98, 99, 127, 133, 137, 290, 330.

-, -, constable, 125.

Odolricus monk, 416.

Oeniacum, Matilda vicomtesse of, 390.

Oexentia, Ralf abbot of, 449.

Offham, Olfam [co. Sussex], tithes, 167, 170.

Offinton, Baudewin de, 146.

-, William de, 146.

Offord Cluny, Offord [co. Hunts], 507.

Offurd, Robert de, 138.

-, -, Robert, son of, 138.

Ogbourne, Occheburna, Ockeburn, [co. Wilts], 125.

-, church of, 129.

Ogerius, Oggerii, Launo, Longus, 389, 473.

Oger, William son of, 530, 531.

Oger, Ogo, dapifer, 505.

Oillei, Oilly, Oili, Ollei, Olly, Oleyum, Christinus de, 536.

-, Guy de, 39, 367.

-, Henry de, 171.

-, Nigel de, 142, 446.

-, Ralf de, 529.

-, Reginald de, 489.

-, Robert de, 108, 328, 503.

Oinus, 127.

-, William son of, 59.

See also Audoenus.

Oireval [? Orval, Manche], William de, 282.

-, -, Richard son of, 282, 379.

Oismelin, 167.

Oisom, Gilbert, 184.

Oissel, Oscellum, Oyssel [Seine Inferieure], 32.

-, land of, 464.

-, charters dated at, 433, 434.

Oissel, Rolland d’, 464.

Oizé, Osiacum [Sarthe], officers of, 365.

Oldeburga (sic), 257.

Oleron, prévoté of, 390, 391, 394.

Oleyum. See Oillei.

Olfam. See Offham.

Oliver, 291, 401, 409.

Oliverius, 276.

Olivero, William de, chaplain, 538.

Olivum, church of, 325.

Olly, Olleyo. See Oillei.

Olna. See Orne.

Oluelay. See Woolley.

Omonville, Amundi villa [Seine Inférieure], church of, 20.

Onfredus. See Humfrey.

Onsgovilla [? Angoville, Manche], 331.

Orbec [Calvados], 65, 123.

-, castle and fortress of, 475.

Orca, Erbert de, 258.

Orcamp, Ursicampus, Waleran abbot of, 492.

Ordgar, 410.

Orengia, Ralf de, 305.

Orfadesora. See Woolfardisworthy.

Orgar, 266.

-, Fulchard son of, 266.

Orgiariis, Osbern de, 222.

Oriol, Ralf del, 336.

Orival, Aurivallum [Seine Inferieure], charter dated at, 215.

See also Roche d'Orival.

Orival. See Aureavalle.

Orival, Hugh de, bishop of London, 503.

See also Oireval.

Orlavescote. See Arlscott.

Orleans, Aurelianensis, church of St. Mary, 392.

-, Henry, bishop elect of, 384.

Ormesvi [i.e. Ormsby, co. Lincoln], Osbert de, 448.

Ormundi, Robert, 13.

Orne, Olna, river, 220.

Orricus, prévôt, 526.

Orunvelle. See Orwell.

Orvocus, Judhel son of, 416.

Osanna, Richard son of, 264.

Orwell, Orunvelle [co. Cambridge], 233, 234.

Osbern, Osbert, Otbert, Hosbert, 21, 410, 414.

-, brother of the countess of Normandy, and Humfrey, his brother, 250.

-, butler and Tanquere his son, 222.

-, son of Tesson (filius ceuxonis), 223.

-, precentor (of Coutances), 263, 330, 347.

-, Ansfroi, son of, de Ou, Emma wife and Geoffrey son of, gifts of, 24.

-, Osbern son of, 24.

-, Robert, son of, 434, 435.

See also Osbernidis.

-, Turold son of, de Freschenes, 20.

-, chamberlain, 65.

-, chaplain, 146, 148.

-, clerk, 296.

-, cook, 75.

-, dapifer and Michael his son, 444.

-, master, 485.

-, priest, 145.

-, scribe, 147.

-, [the seneschal], 37.

See also Osbern dapifer of Normandy.

-, the sheriff (of Yorkshire), 442.

-, Arketellus brother of, 414.

-, Hugh son of, 193.

-, -, charter of, 448.

-, -, Aeliz mother, Herved and William, brothers of, 448.

-, dapifer or seneschal (of Normandy) 24, 37, 526.

-, -, Emma wife of, 23, 24.

-, -, Osbern son of, 24.

-, -, William son of, 20, 23, 24, 26, 201, 229, 395, 421–3, 425, 456, 503.

-, -, -, de Britol io, 197.

-, -, -, earl of Hereford, 21.

-, -, -, William (de Breteuil) son of. See Britolio.

Osbernidis, (i.e., son of Osbern), Robert, 436.

Osbertivilla. See Auberville.

Osburgenvilla, 117.

Oscellum. See Oissel.

Oscellus. See Bedane, ile de.

Oseney, Osenia, Oseneie, charter dated at, 51.

-, prior of, 50.

-, -, Clement, 50.

-, -, E. 51, 52.

Oseren, Harding canon of, 412.

Osereto, Robert de, 235.

Osiacum. See Oizé.

Osmond the priest, Lancelin, son of, 169.

-, -, Agnes, wife of, 169.

Osmund, 301.

-, archdeacon of Rouen 3, 323.

-, bestia, 23.

-, bishop of Salisbury (previously chancellor), 54, 327, 482, 503.

-, chancellor, 359, 367.

-, clerk, 250.

-, clerk of Fougères and Robert his son, 328.

-, the reeve, 351.

Osmunvilla, Richard de, 317.

Oson [? efordia], charter dated at, 51.

Osovilla, Richard de, 338.

Ospac, Uspach, Bernard, son of, 157, 397, 423.

Ospaet, (? Ospac) Bernard son of, archdeacon of Rouen, 438.

Ospringe, Hospringa [co. Kent], 489.

Ostiarius, John, 123.

Ostella. See Lastelle.

Ostilli, Ostilleio, IIostilleio, Hostilleyo, Durand de, chamberlain, 361.

-, William de, 325, 378, 381, 382, 417, 419 n, 441, 453, 455, 458, 468, 515.

-, William de, chamberlain, 361.

Ostrehanno, Unfredus de, 425.

Osulf, of Handestuith, Godfrey son of, 113.

-, Gunselin son of, 110.

-, John son of, 16.

Osvilla, Robert de, 75.

Oswestry, Album Monasterium in Valliis, charter dated at, 116.

Oswestry. See Whitchurch.

Otbert. See Osbert.

Otegia. See Ottery St. Mary.

Othoer. See Otuer.

Otho, duke of Aquitaine and count of Poitou, charter of, 388.

Otritonia, Ottritonia, Robert de, 274, 282.

Otterton, Otritone, Otrintonm, Otri [co. Devon], 267, 269.

-, church of, 279.

-, charter dated at, 279.

-, Richard prior of, 274 n.

-, William prior of, 276.

Otterton, Atterton [in Buckland, co. Kent], tithe of, 513.

Ottery St. Mary, Otegia, Otri, Otrevum [co. Devon], 1, 3, 16, 536.

-, office of vicar in the church of, 16.

Otuer, Othoer, son of the earl [of Chester], 352, 353.

Ou, Geoffrey de, Osbern son of, 24.

-, Gulbertus de, 24.

See also Eu; Osbern.

Oudard, Oudard son of, 133.

Ouelaium. See Woolley in Chaddleworth.

Ouilly, Hoilli [Calvados], charters dated at, 428.

Ouvilla, William de, 172, 316.

Owersby, Ousberia [co. Lincoln], 40.

Oxcombe, Oxcamde [co. Lincoln], tithe of, 223.

Oxentfort, (? John) de, 247.

Oxford, Oxeneford, charters dated (?) at, 100, 354, 374.

-, archdeacon of, Walter of Coutances, 56.

-, St. Frideswide's, Fritheswidis, prior of, Philip, 147.

-, -, -, Robert, 504 n, 505.

-, -, -, Simon, 50.

-, -, sub-prior of, William, 51.

-, John of, bishop of Norwich, 61, 79, 275, 468, 474, 516, 517.

Oxhill, Hosteshulle [co. Warwick], 228.

Oximin, Comtè of, barons of, 269.

-, lieges of, 457.

See also Hiesmois.

Oxonia, Martin de, 51.

Oylard, lord of Cuverville [Seine Inférieure], 80.

-, -, Geoffrey son of, 80.

-, -, Richard son of, 80.

See also Cuvervilla.

Oyssel. See Oissel.