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Index of Persons and Places: P, Q, R

Pages 740-752

Calendar of Papal Registers Relating To Great Britain and Ireland: Volume 5, 1398-1404. Originally published by His Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1904.

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Padbury, Padebury [co. Bucks], 435.

Paddock, alias Parrock Parrok [in Milton parish, co. Kent], 547.

Padebury. See Padbury.

Padua [Venetia], canon of. See Black.

-, prior of St. Benedict's, papal mandatary, 86.

Padyngton. See Podington.

Pafford. John, 147.

-, -, Joan his wife, 147.

Page, John, vicar of Messingham, 623.

-, Thomas, 32.

-, -, Beatrice his wife, 32.

-, Walter, 47.

-, -, Joan his wife, 47.

Pagula. See Paull.

Pakefield, Pakefield [co. Suffolk], 121.

Paldeyn, John, 38.

-, -, Isabella his wife, 38.

Palladini, James, de Teramo, bishop of Monopoli, afterwards of Florence. See Teramo.

Palling, Pallyng St. Margaret's [co. Norfolk]. 19.

Palmer, Peter, of Sibton, 624.

-, Richard, rector of St. Clement's Danes London, 464.

-, William, clerk, notary, 292.

Palosius, Stephen. See Cardinal priests (St. Marcellus's).

Pampulun, Thomas, Augustinian canon, 226.

Panella. John de, archbishop of Durazzo, 165.

Pankenham, Henry de, 268.

-, -, Margaret his wife, 268.

-, -, Philippa his wife, 268.

Panther, William, rector of Llanbadarnfawr and Ross. 382.

Pape, Agnes, of St. Leonard's hospital, York, 47.

-, See Pope; Popy.

Pappele, Thomas (of the diocese of Lincoln), 219.

-, -, Elizabeth his wife, 219.

-, Thomas (of the diocese of Lincoln), 406.

-, -, Walter his son, clerk, 406.

Parco, St. Mary de. See Nutley.

Pareys, Richard, of Blickling (diocese of Norwich), priest, 568.

-, See Parys; Perris; Perys.

Paris, Irish Friars Preachers, students at, 324.

-, Augustinian friar, student at, 159, 382, 383.

-, candles of, 552.

Parisch, Parys, John, vicar of the English Friars Preachers, 14, 15.

-, See Pareys; Perris; Perys.

Parke, Master Hugh, priest, papal chaplain, 28.

Parker, Parkor, Parkur, Edmund, Benedictine, 42.

-, John, rector of Snave, 381, 422.

-, John, donsel, 135, 236.

-, -, -, Cecily his wife, 135, 236.

-, John, called Renol, 37.

-, Marion, damsel, 282.

-, Ralph, 237.

-, -, Margaret his wife, 237.

-, Thomas, 123.

-, -, Margaret his wife, 123.

-, William, donsel, 142.

-, -, Margery his wife, damsel, 142.

Parlabene, John, Cistercian, papal chaplain, 212.

Parlet, John, 563.

-, -, Catherine his wife, 563.

Parreney, John, priest (of the diocese of Lincoln), 126.

Parrok. See Paddock.

Partryk, Thomas, 129.

-, -, Isabella his wife, 129.

Partynel, John, priest (of the diocese of York), 50, 58.

Parva Bernyincham. See Barningham, Little.

Parva Cella. See Annadown.

Parva Crawle See Crawley. Little.

Parys, John priest (of the diocese of Kildare), 626.

-, Richard, priest (of the diocese of Durham), 54.

-, See Pareys.

-, William, clerk, notary, 115.

-, See Parisch; Perris; Perys

Paslew, Thomas, Cistercian, 560.

Pastorellus, Alexander, 351.

Patcham Peccham [co. Sussex], 417.

Paternot, John, 623.

-, -, Margaret his wife, 623.

Patrick Brumpton. See Brompton Patrick.

Patrington Patryngton [co. York E.R.], 188, 293, 294.

Patryngton, Stephen de Carmelite, 13.

Paulet, Powlet, Elizabeth, damsel, 567, 622.

-, William, donsel, 622.

-, -, Eleanor his wife, 622.

Paull, Pagula [co York, E.R.], 16.

Pavy, John, rector of St. Nicholas's, Warwick, 403.

Pawlett, Poulet [co. Somerset], 361.

-, See Paulet.

Payn, John, of Helhoughton, 123.

-, -, Matilda his wife, 123.

-, John, vicar of Kings Somborne, 271, 272.

-, Margaret, of Great Bentley, 35.

-, William, rector of Delgany, 597.

Payntour, Payntur, Peyntor, Peyntour, Agnes, in Bermondsey, 231.

-, Master John, priest, papal chaplain, 212.

-, Robert, priest, 42, 230.

-, Thomas, dwelling in Dublin, clerk, notary, 605.

-, Thomas, layman, 5.

-, -, John his son, 5.

Pays, Thomas, 44.

-, -, Elizabeth his wife, 44.

-, Thomas, rector of Surfleet, 260.

Peasenhall, Pesenhale [co. Suffolk], 195.

Peccham. See Patcham.

Pechyll, John, rector of Histon, 230.

Peck, William, vicar of Flintham, 418.

-, See Peek.

Pecoli (? Pecok), John, 127.

-, -, Beatrice his wife, 127.

Pedecomb. See Pitcomb.

Pederton, Robert, Augustinian canon, papal chaplain, 116.

Pedurton, South. See Petherton, South.

Pedwen, William, 230.

-, -, his wife, 230.

Peek, Thomas, 129.

-, -, Eve Lawele his wife, 129.

-, See Peck.

Peers, William, clerk, 96.

-, See Pyres.

Peke, John off Aynesworth de, 383.

Pelham, John, 159.

Pell, Robert, rector, called perpetual vicar, of Byriton, 89.

Pelleu, Joan, widow, 46.

Pembroke, Benedictine priory of St. Nicholas, prior of, papal mandatary, 278.

Penard, Est. See Pennard, East.

Penarth, Pennart [co. Glamorgan], 361.

Penllech [co. Carnarvon], 404.

Pennard, William, 352.

Pennard, East, Est Penard, Est Pennard [co. Somerset], 350, 351.

Pennart. See Penarth.

Penne, Henry, Carmelite, 46.

Pensax, William, of York, donsel, 569.

Pensford [co. Somerset], 409.

Pentney, Penteneye [co. Norfolk], Augustinian priory, Walter, prior of. See Tyrington.

Penwortham [co. Lancaster], Benedictine priory, Thomas, prior of, 190.

Peppering, Peperyng, in the parish of Burpham [co. Sussex], 369.

Perche, John, priest, 51, 58.

Perchore, See Pershore.

Percy, Henry de, earl of Northumberland, 97.

-, Thomas, bishop of Norwich, 261.

-, Thomas, donsel, 121.

-, -, Joan his wife, 121.

Perdinton. See Ardington.

Perey, William, knight (of the diocese of Chichester), 59.

-, -, Mary his wife, 59.

Prigueux [Dordogne, France], bishop of. See Duroforti; Fabri.

Perne, Robert, 36.

-, -, Agnes his wife, 36.

Perris, Richard, Cistercian, papal chaplain, 118.

-, See Pareys; Parisch; Parys; Perys.

Pershore, Perchore, Perschore, Persehour [co. Worcester], Benedictine abbey of SS. Peter and Paul and St. Edburga, abbot of. papal mandatary, 386, 439, 504.

-, -, abbot of. See Upton.

-, -, abbot and convent of, 15, 187, 414.

-, -, prior of. See Haukesbury.

-, -, church of, 402.

Person or Porson, John, 37.

-, -, Beatrice his wife, 37.

-, See Rydderch.

Perth [co. Perth], St. William of, 257.

Perugia [Umbria], bishop of, papal mandatary, 238, 290, 557.

-, letters dated at, 361.

-, student of canon law at, 576.

Perys, John, rector of Ardnurcher (in the diocese of Meath), 406.

-, Thomas, chaplain of St. Mary's, Woolavington, 279.

-, See Pareys; Parisch; Parys; Perris.

Pesenhale. See Peasenhall.

Peshale, Elizabeth, 377.

Pestello, Pestellis, Guy de, canon of Chester le Street, 84, 455.

Peterborough, Peterburgh [co. Northants], Benedictine abbey of St. Peter, abbot of, papal mandatary, 438, 557.

-, -, William, abbot of. See Genge.

-, -, abbot and convent of, 511, 544, 545, 548.

-, -, -, patronage of, 81, 330, 601; 608.

-, -, monk of, 117, 147.

-, -, conventual and parish church of, 544, 545, 590.

-, -, -, church or chapel of St. John Baptist in the parish of, 545.

-, John Curteys of, donsel, of London, 570.

-, -, Margaret his wife, 570.

Peterstone, St. Peter de More, chapel of, in Rumney [co. Monmouth], 361.

Peterstone, Petra Petri [in Burnham Overy, co. Norfolk], Augustinian priory, 315.

Petham [co. Kent], chantry of Debden in, 94.

Petherton, South, South Pedurton, [co. Somerset], 326.

Petherwin, North, North Pyderwyne, [co. Devon], church of St. Paternus, 426.

Petistre, William, donsel, 620.

-, -, Matilda his wife, 620.

Petra Petri, Augustinian priory of. See Peterstone.

Petteworth, William de, rector of Elm, 95.

Petworth, Petteworth [co. Sussex], 259.

Pety, John, priest, 132.

Pevensche, Joan de, 229.

Peverel, Thomas, bishop of Leighlin, afterwards of Llandaff, 88.

Peyntor, Peyntour, Master John, Robert and Thomas. See Payntour.

Peyt, Stephen, of Chatteris, 431.

Philip VI, king of France, 547.

Philip ap Thomas, Cistercian, 151.

Philipot, William, priest, 55.

-, See Philpot.

Philippe, Philipp, William, the younger, of Dennington (diocese of Norwich), donsel, 624.

-, William, nobleman (of the diocese of Norwich), 217, 222.

-, -, Juliana his wife, 217, 222.

Phillack, St. Felicitas [co. Cornwall], 263.

Philpot, John, knight, tenement of in London, 417.

-, See Philipot.

Piacenza [Emilia, Italy], chapter-general of the Carmelites held at, 164.

Pickhill, Pikehall [co. York, N.R.], 3.

Pickworth, Pykeworth [co. Lincoln], 240.

Picton, Pycton, Thomas, priest (of the diocese of St. Davids), 57, 63.

-, -, canon of St. Davids, papal mandatary, 501.

-, -, rector of Tenby (diocese of St. Davids), 501.

Piddle, North. See North Piddle.

Piercetown [co. Westmeath], 462.

Pigot, Pighot, Pigoth, Pygot, John, donsel, 238.

-, Thomas, Benedictine monk of St. Mary's, York, afterwards prior of Wetheral, 161.

-, Thomas, abbot of St. Mary's, York, 232, 267, 394.

-, See Pygot; Pykot.

Pikehall. See Pickhill.

Piliston, John or Alexander, chancellor of Limerick, 187.

Pilledisch [co. Oxford], 435.

Pilton, Pylton [co. Devon], Benedictine priory, prior of, papal mandatary, 609.

-, See Pylton.

Pinchbeck, Pinchebeke, Pynchebek [co. Lincoln], 191, 199.

-, See Ponche Boch; Pynchebek.

Ping, John de, bishop of Lismore and Waterford. See Deping.

Pintel, Simon, 562.

-, -, Agnes his wife, 562.

Pipa Minor. See Prees.

Pipwell, Pippewell, Pyppewell, Pypwell, Pypwelle [co. Northants], Cistercian abbey, abbot of, papal mandatary, 81.

-, -, Roger, abbot of, 185, 186, 229.

-, -, abbot and convent of, 77.

-, -, monk of, 117.

-, -, abbatial mensa of, 185.

Pitcomb, Pedecomb [co. Somerset], 326.

Pithelesporn. See Pitstone.

Pitminster, Pytmynstre [co. Somerset], St. Andrew's, 362.

Pitstone, Pithelesporn [co. Bucks], 363.

Playford, Playforthe [co. Suffolk], 330.

Plock [near Warsaw], James, bishop of.

See Kurdwanowo.

Plomer, Henry, priest, 40.

Plompton, William de, knight, 564.

-, -, Alice his wife, 564.

Plonket, Christopher, 228.

-, -, Joan his wife, 228.

-, See Plunket.

Ploumbe, Ralph, 122.

-, -, Agnes his wife, 122.

Plunket, Anne, 145.

-, See Plonket.

Plymbridge, Plympbrigge [co. Devon], chapel of St. Mary, 304.

Plympton [co. Devon], Augustinian priory of SS. Peter and Paul, prior of, papal mandatary, 26, 156, 423.

-, -, John, prior of. See Shaldon.

-, -, prior and convent of, 340, 356, 429, 447.

-, -, canon of, 356, 429.

-, -, conventual church of, 304.

-, -, -, chapel of St. Mary in, 356.

-, grange of, 356.

Pobelowe, Pobelewe, Robert, canon of Chichester, 366, 422.

Podde, William, 36.

Podele. See Poodle.

Podimur, William, priest, 121.

-, See Podmere.

Podington, Padyngton [co. Bedford], Robert, rector of, 41.

Podmere, Podomore, John, layman (of the diocese of Bath and Wells), 51.

-, John, esquire (of the diocese of Bath and Wells), 140.

-, See Podimur.

Poer, Nicholas, donsel, 261.

-, -, Elya his daughter, damsel, 261.

Poghele. See Poughley.

Poghwill. See Poughill.

Pokelchirch. See Pucklechurch.

Pokeryston. See Puxton.

Poklyngton, William, Gilbertine, papal chaplain, 117.

Pola. See Welshpool.

Polanne, John, donsel, 569.

Polcrosse. See Poltross.

Pole, Joan, 627.

-, John, Carmelite, 626.

-, Michael de la, lord of Wingfield, 208.

-, -, -, John his son, canon of York, 208.

-, See Poll.

Polesworth, Pollestworthe, Pollesworth, [co. Warwick], Cluniao abbey, abbess of. See Buttourd.

-, -, abbess and convent of, 199.

-, -, nun of, 227.

Poleyns, Isabella, Benedictine, 162.

Poll, John, 125.

-, -, Emma his wife, 125.

-, See Pole.

Pollestworthe, Pollesworth, See Polesworth.

Polton, Thomas, archdeacon of Taunton, notary, papal chaplain, abbreviator of papal letters, 157, 248, 304, 316, 327, 409, 412.

-, See Pulton.

Poltross, Polcrosse [co. Cumberland], 512.

Poncell, Peter, 129.

-, -, Couly Inyndown hiswife, 129.

-, -, Philip his father, 129.

Ponche Boch, John, 5.

-, -, Denise his wife, 5.

-, See Pynchebek.

Pontefract [co. York], Cluniac priory of St. John the Evangelist, prior and convent of, 475.

-, -, monks of, 17, 162, 350, 397, 564.

-, All Saints, 476.

-, recluse at, 471.

Pontesbryght [chapel in the parish of Great Tey, Essex], 251.

Pontisara, John de, bishop of Winchester, 176.

Poodle, Podele, farm in Godington [co. Oxford], 435.

Pope, John (of the diocese of Norwich), 120.

-, -, Margaret his wife, 120.

-, John, in Walbrok, i.e. Walbrook, citizen of London, 217, 221.

-, -, Margaret his wife, 217, 221.

-, John, donsel (of the diocese of Worcester), 146.

-, -, Agnes his wife, 146.

-, See Pape; Popy.

Popellier. See Poplar.

Popilton. See Poppleton.

Poplar, Popellier [co. Middlesex], 548.

Poppleton, Nether, Popilton [by York], chapel of, 2.

Popy, Robert, of Reepham, 234.

-, -, Avice his wife, 234.

-, See Pape; Pope.

Poreman, Robert, 5.

Poringland, Porlanne [co. Norfolk], 435.

Porson or Person, John. 37.

-, -, Beatrice his wife, 37.

Port, David, priest, 40.

Portbury [co. Somerset], 361.

Porter, John, of Fermery, 47.

-, Peter, rector of Ufford, 188.

Portesham. See Portisham.

Porteslade. See Portslade.

Porth Loo. See St. Martin's.

Portisham, Portesham [co. Dorset], 439.

Portman, Orchard. See Orchard Portman.

Porto [Lazio, Italy], Theodinus, bishop of.

See Cardinal bishops.

Portslade, Porteslade [co. Sussex], 417.

Porttaske. See St. Mellons.

Portugruaro, Anthony de, bishop of Concordia, papal mandatary, secretary of Boniface IX, 27, 113-115, 165, 167, 210.

Portupuro, abbey de. See Clonfert.

Portus Sancte Marie, abbey of. See Dunbrody.

Poslingford, Posylyngfotrhe [co. Suffolk], Catherine Mylde of, damsel, 72. See also Tenderyng.

Possewick. Possewik, Possewyk, Richard, rector of Hitcham, rector of St. Leonard's and of St. Ursula's, Orvieto, canon of Dublin, Llanddewi Brefis Orvieto, St. Davids, St. Servatius', Maestricht, and St. George's in Velabro, Rome, member of the household of Cosmatus, cardinal priest of St. Cross in Jerusalem, 80, 165, 173, 576, 577.

Posylyngfotrhe. See Poslingford.

Posyngworth, John, donsel, 608.

Potton [co. Bedford], 18.

Potyn, Nicholas, of London, donsel, 42.

Poughill, Poghwill [co. Cornwall], 81.

Poughley, Poghele [in Chaddleworth, co. Berks], Augustinian priory, prior and convent of, 352.

Poule, Powle, Henry, priest, notary (of the diocese of Dublin), 293.

-, -, canon of Dublin, vicar of Mainham, 581.

-, See Powle.

Poulet. See Pawlett.

Poulshot, Powlesholt [co. Wilts], 501.

Pound, Catherine, Cistercian, 193.

Powere, Peter, Hospitaller, 323.

Powle, John, of Holbeach, clerk, notary, 211.

-, See Poule.

Powlesholt. See Poulshot.

Powlet, Elizabeth. See Paulet.

Powys, Taimw, 125.

Prague [Bohemia], dean and chapter of, 390.

Prata, Pileus de. See Cardinal bishops (Tusculum).

Prato [Tuscany], provost of St. Stephen's See Francisci.

Pratt, John, canon of Hereford, 561.

-, -, priest, notary (of the diocese of York), 27.

Prees, Preem alias Pipa Minor [co. Salop], prebend in Lichfield, 84, 492.

Preeue, John. See Prene.

Prendegest, Prenddragras (Prendergast), John, rector of Credenhill, 402.

-, Matthew, rector of Doogary and Castlemore, 452.

Prene, Preeue, Preeue, John, dean and canon of Dublin, archdeacon of Meath, canon of Lincoln, papal chaplain and auditor, rector of Woodchurch and Patrington, 166, 187, 188, 293, 294, 297, 298, 344, 393, 456.

Prentys, Alice, 39.

-, John, layman, 41, 50, 57.

-, John, priest, 38, 56.

Prest, John, Augustinian canon, 152, 156.

-, Thomas, of Ratby, priest, 571.

Prestende, Walter, Friar Minor, papal chaplain, 117.

Preston, Presthon, Christopher de, knight, 135.

-, -, Isabella de Londris his wife, 135.

-, John, Augustinian prior of Bisham, 357.

-, John, Benedictine monk of St. Augustine's, Canterbury, prior of Earl's Colne, 150, 151.

-, John, clerk, notary (of the diocese of York), 293.

-, John, priest (of the diocese of Lincoln,) 55.

-, John, priest (of the diocese of London, 51.

-, John, vicar of Stowey (of the diocese of Bath and Wells), 24.

-, John, rector of Mells (of the diocese of Bath and Wells), 587.

-, Thomas de, knight, 41.

Preston in Amounderness, Preston in Amounedernesse, Preston in Amondernesse [co. Lancaster], 22, 411.

Preston, Long, Preston in Craven [co. York, W.R.], 160, 593.

-, [near Leyburn] in Wensleydale Wenslandale [co. York], John Halman of, 38.

Pretwell. See Prittlewell.

Preue, John. See Prene.

Priddy, Pridye [co. Somerset], 326.

Prime or Prune, John, 122.

-, -, Edith his wife, 122.

Princes Risborough. See Risborough.

Priors, Ash. See Ash Priors.

Pris, Thomas, notary, (of the diocese of Lincoln), 303.

-, See Prys.

Priston, Prischton [co. Somerset], 145.

Prittlewell, Pretwell, Pritewell [co. Essex], Cluniac priory of St. Mary, prior and convent of, 76, 77.

-, -, monk of, 623.

-, -, church of, 405.

-, See Pyrtwel.

Proute, Richard, 5, 6.

-, -, John his son, 5 (Corrigenda), 6.

Prowberd, Roger, 123.

-, Matilda his wife, 123.

Prowe, William, 142.

-, -, Agnes his wife, 142.

Prowet, Gregory, Cistercian, papal chaplain, 117.

Pruet, John, Friar Preacher, papal chaplain, 213.

Prune or Prime, John. See Prime.

Prys, Thomas, priest, of the diocese of Meath (?) vicar of Bottesford in the diocese of Lincoln, 99.

-, See Pris.

Pucklechurch, Pokelchirch, Pukeleschirche [co. Gloucester], 351.

Puddesay, Pudesey, William, Trinitarian friar, and sometime minister, of Knaresborough, afterwards provincial of the Order, 551, 552, 564, 573.

Pudymore Milton. See Milton, Pudymore.

Puer. Walter, canon of Cashel or Lismore, papal mandatary, 462.

Puffa, Sanchus, 434.

Pugisdon, William, priest, notary, 114.

Pukeleschirche. See Pucklechurch.

Pulborough, Pulbergh [co. Sussex], 294, 366.

Puldrude, chapel of, diocese of Llandaff, 350.

Pulham [co. Norfolk], 22, 569.

Pulleham, John, 131.

-, -, Alice his wife, 131.

Pullhely. See Pwllheli.

Pulter, Thomas, priest, 142.

Pulton, Nicholas de, Cistercian, 398.

-, See Polton.

Purcel, Peter, 134.

-, -, Annora his daughter, 134.

Purchas, Purchaz, Richard, 201.

-, Thomas, Augustinian canon, 329.

Purs, William, vicar of Cutcombe, 572.

Purton, Puryton [co. Wilts], 229.

Puse, Puze, Walter, rector of East Knoyle, papal chaplain, 476, 480.

Puxton, Pokeryston [co. Somerset], 326.

Puze, Walter. See Puse.

Pwllheli, Nobin or Pullhely [co. Carnarvon], 239.

Pycton, Thomas. See Picton.

Pyderwyne, North. See Petherwin, North.

Pygot, John, priest (of the diocese of York), 570.

-, John, the elder, rector of Roos and of Wimpole, sometime rector of Norton, 371, 372, 396, 594, 595.

-, John, the younger, clerk, rector of Lavenham, 443.

-, See Pigot; Pykot.

Pyke, Pyk, Adam, rector of Grimston, 121.

-, Richard, 279.

Pylkynton, Robert de, donsel, 383.

-, -, Catherine his wife, 383.

Pykeryng, John, donsel, 564.

-, -, Isabella his wife, 564.

-, See Pykryng.

Pykeworth. See Pickworth.

Pykot, John, vicar of Donington, 619.

-, See Pigot; Pygot.

Pykryng, Richard, canon of Chester le Street and Norton, 183.

-, See Pykeryng.

Pylbergh, Pylberwe, Stephen, of Flowton, priest, notary, 139, 211.

Pylton, John, 57.

-, -, Margaret his wife, 57.

-, William, 41.

-, -, Juliana his wife, 41.

Pylton. See Pilton.

Pynchebek, Roger, Augustinian canon, 597.

-, See Ponche Boch.

Pynchebek. See Pinchbeck.

Pynchon, Walter, 62.

Pypwell, Pyppewell, Pypwelle. See Pipwell.

Pyrdy, Catherine, 37.

Pyres, Thomas, clerk, 589.

-, See Peers.

Pyroim, William, canon of Dublin, 366, 367.

Pyrton, Pyryngton [co. Oxford], 186.

Pyrtwel, John, donsel, 235.

-, -, his wife, 235.

Pyrye, Walter, Augustinian friar, 217.

Pyryngton. See Pyrton.

Pytmynstre. See Pitminster.

Q

Quadring Eaudyke, Quadryngedyk [in the parish of Quadring, Quadryng, co. Lincoln], 527.

Quappelade, See Whaplode.

Quarel, Roger, 352.

Quarley, Querlii [co. Southants], 254.

Queldryk. See Wheldrake.

Quercu, William de, 351.

-, See Ock; Oke.

Querlii. See Quarley.

Quernbi, John, chancellor of Abergwilly, 339.

Queryndon. See Quorndon.

Quidenham, Quydingham [co. Norfork], 478.

Quinton, Quynton [co. Gloucester], 199.

-, Qwyntyn [co. Northants], 237.

-, See Qwinton.

Quinzano. See Verona.

Quiteryng, Quyteryng, Nicholas, priest, 215 218, 225, 227.

Quivil, Peter, bishop of Exeter, 426.

Quixlay. See Whixley.

Quixley, Quixlay, Quyxlay, Quyxley, Qwyxlay, John de, priest, 222.

-, Robert, Augustinian canon of St. Oswald's, Nostel, papal chaplain, 213.

-, -, prior of St. Oswald's, 51, 59, 131, 188.

Quorndon, Queryndon [co. Leicester], 257.

Quyclay, John, Cistercian, 564.

Quydingham. See Quidenham.

Quynton. See Quinton.

Qwinton, Qwynton, Richard, priest (of the diocese of York), 566.

-, Richard de, rector of Wath (of the diocese of York), 618.

Quyteryng, Nicholas. See Quiteryng.

Quytyngham. See Whittingham.

Quyxlay, Quyxley, Robert. See Quixley.

Qwappelode, Qwapplode, See Whaplode.

Qweldale, Robert, 8.

Qweldryg, John. See Wheldrake.

Qwyntyn. See Quinton.

Qwynton, Richard, priest. See Qwinton.

Qwytbek. See Whitbeck.

Qwyth, John, knight (of the diocese of Norwich), 146.

-, -, Margery his wife, 146.

-, See Whete; White; Whyte; Wich; Wyche; Wyght; Wyt.

Qwyxlay. See Whixley.

Qwyxlay, Robert. See Quixley.

R

Rsham, Gilbert, 317.

-, -, Englisia his wife, 317.

Rabas, Agnes, damsel, 140.

Raby, John, clerk, notary, 113, 121.

Raby [co. Durham], lord of. See Neville.

Rachaym, Rachayn. See Rahan.

Racke, John, priest (of the diocese of Norwich), 141.

-, See Redeker; Redker.

Radeliffe, Radeclyff, in the parish of Sheepy [co. Leicester], 265.

Radeclif on Sore. See Ratcliffe on Soar.

Radeclyf, Joan, 578.

Radeclyf de Chorlton, Ralph, donsel, 406.

-, -, Ralph his son, donsel, 406.

Radeclyff. See Radcliffe.

Radele. See Radley.

Radelyssch. See Redlynch.

Radenhale. See Redenhall.

Radley, Radele [co. Berks], 351.

Radromyn alias Ballicomayn. See Ballycommon.

Radulfucii de Gentilibus, Luke. See Cardinal priests (St. Sixtus's).

Radyngg, Radynghe. See Reading.

Ragenhill, Robert, priest, 52.

Ragg, John, 40.

-, -, Alice his wife, 40.

Rahan, Rachaym, Rachayn [King's County], chapel of, 314, 407.

Raharneen, Raharanan, Raharanay [in Kilconierin parish, co. Galway], 343, 374.

Rahaverty (?), Rathychinrairb [in Crosserlough parish, co, Cavan], land of, 453.

Rahemgani. See Rathangan.

Railstown, Regole [co. Tipperary], prebend in Cashel, 170.

Raith Moechayn. See Rathmahon.

Raith. See Rayth.

Rakton, William, 392.

Ralph (Radolfus), priest, 434.

Ralyfey, Ralysyn. See Ballyboy.

Ramesey, John, Benedictine, 227.

Rameseye, abbey of. See Ramsey.

Rameseye, vicarage of. See Romsey.

Rampisham, Rammysham [co. Dorset], 473.

Rampton [co. Notts], Robert Barkar of, 233.

-, -, Emma his wife, 233.

Ramsbury, Remmbury, Remmesbury [co. Wilts], bishop of Salisbury's manor, letters dated at, 246.

-, bishop of Salisbury's park, letters dated at, 276, 357.

Ramsey, Ramyseye, Rameseye [co. Hunt.], Benedictine abbey, abbot of, papal mandatary, 111, 244, 556.

-, -, abbot and convent of, 431.

-, -, monk of, 146.

-, See Ramesey.

Ranby, Randeby [co. Lincoln], 324.

Rancia, with Coolavin, q.v.

Rande, John de, prior-general of the Carmelites, 164.

Randeby. See Ranby.

Randolfson, Walter, priest, 132.

Randus, William son of, 352.

Rankyn, Rankyne, John, of Colchester, sadelere, 127.

-, -, Matilda his wife, 127.

-, Richard, 42.

-, -, Emmota his wife, 42.

Ranna, with Coolavin, q.v.

Ranny, Rany, John, canon of Tuam, papal mandatary, 452.

-, William, dean and provost of Tuam, 342, 399.

Raphoe [co. Donegal], bishop of, papal mandatary, 249, 421, 519.

-, Cornelius, bishop of, 64.

-, bishop of. See Macmemnan.

-, archdeacon of, papal mandatary, 617.

-, canon of. See Macgerbuartaidh.

-, chapter, clergy and people of, 64.

Raselek. See Bassaleg.

Rasen, Middle, Midelrasyn [co. Lincoln], 325.

Raswraget. See Roswragett.

Ratby, Raytheby [co. Leicester], Thomas Prest of, priest, 571.

Rateliffe on Soar, Radeclif on Sore [co. Notts], 13.

Rathangan, Rahemgani [co. Kildare], prebend in Kildare, 344.

Rathardi, Frederick, proctor at the Roman court, 514.

Rathelein. See Rathlin.

Rathgoggan, Goganyfrath [co. Cork], 445.

Rathlin, Rathelein [co. Antrim], 12.

Rathlorn, diocese of Cloyne, 451.

Rathmahon, Raith Moechayn [co. Galway], tithes of, 336.

Rathoy. See Rattoo.

Rathreagh, Rathriebach [co. Longford], 105.

Rathronan, Bathronan [co. Tipperary], 462.

Rathwire, Rathwere, Ratwere [parish of Killucan, co. Westmeath], 365, 376, 449, 452, 453.

Rathychinrairb. See Rahaverty.

Rattoo, Rathoy [co. Kerry], Augustinian abbey of SS. Peter and Paul, abbot of, papal mandatary, 558.

Ratwere. See Rathwire.

Raucombe, William, See Rocoumbe.

Rauel, Richard, Augustinian canon, papal chaplain, 419.

Raveningham, Ravenyngham [co. Norfolk], 260, 261.

-, Thomas Cone or Coue of, priest, 568.

Raw, John, canon of Glasney, 400.

Rawcliffe, Rooclyf, Rouclyf [co. Lancaster], John Buttiler, le Boteler of, knight, 219, 540.

-, -, -, his wife, 219.

-, -, -, Ellen his daughter, damsel, 540.

Raycolver. See Reculver.

Raymerston. See Reymerston.

Raymund, master-general of the Friars Preachers. See Capua.

Raymundi, Elias, master-general of the Friars Preachers, 14, 15.

Raynald, Raynaldi, John, 124.

-, -, Basilia his wife, 124.

-, John, priest, 35.

-, See Raynold; Reynaldi; Reynolds.

Raynold, Elizabeth, 566.

-, Master William, rector of Allesley, papal chaplain, 213.

-, See Raynald; Reynaldi; Reynolds.

Rayth Achadallayn. See Aghavallen.

Rayth. See Raith.

Raytheby. See Ratby.

Reade, Roede, Robert, bishop of Chichester, 27, 247.

-, William, chancellor of Chichester, 247.

-, See Rede; Rode; Roed.

Reading, Radyngg, Radynghe, Redyng, Redyngr [co. Berks], Benedictine abbey, abbot of, papal mandatary, 357, 581.

-, -,claustral prior of. See Henley.

-, -, monk of, 128.

-, See Redyng.

Reading Street, Redyng, chapel of Holy Trinity [in St. Peter's Thanet, co. Kent], 256.

Reanna, with Coolavin, q.v.

Reche, Stephen See Roche.

Reculver, Raycolver [co. Kent], chapel of Hoath in, 94.

Reddeforde, Redforth, Henry de, knight, 45, 54, 66.

-, -,Catherine his wife, 45, 54.

Rede John, dean and canon of Waterford, archdeacon of Cork, canon of Cashel, Ferns, Limerick, and Lismore, rector of Creslow (in the diocese of Lincoln), 170, 182, 411, 457.

-, John, rector of Orchardleigh (in the diocese of Bath and Wells), 316.

-, John, donsel, 227.

-, -,Alice his wife 227.

-, Nicholas, rector of Killulagh, 366.

-, Walter grammar-school master, 300.

-, See Reade; Rode; Roed.

Redeberd, Matilda, 41.

Redeker, Richard, of Swaffham, priest, 228.

-, See Racke; Redker.

Redeman, Matthew de, knight, 32.

-, -, Joan his wife, 32.

-, See Redman.

Redenesse, James, Augustinian canon, afterwards prior, of Christ Church, Dublin, papal chaplain, 76.

Redenhall, Radenhale, Redenhale [co. Norfolk], 435, 466, 480, 487, 502, 618.

Redforth, Henry de. See Reddeforde.

Redgrave, Rodgrave [co. Suffolk], 424.

Redker, John, priest, of Felsham (diocese of Norwich), 129.

-, See Racke; Redeker.

Redlynch, Radelyssch [co. Somerset], 326.

Redlyngton, Thomas. See Ritlington.

Redman, John de, donsel, 132.

-, -, Agnes his wife, 132.

-, Thomas, priest (of the diocese of Bath and Wells), 137.

-, Thomas, canon of Exeter, chancellor and canon of South Malling (diocese of Chichester, rector of Kenn (diocese of Exeter), 257.

-, See Redeman.

Redyng, Agnes, of Bamber, 33.

-, John, 33.

-, Joan his wife, 33.

Redyng, Redyngr. See Reading.

Redyng. See Beading Street.

Reepham, Reffham, Repham [co. Norfolk], 622.

-, Robert Popy of, 234.

-, -,Avice his wife, 234.

-, Refham [co. Lincoln], 325.

-, See Repham.

Rees, William, esquire, 132, 143.

-, -, his wife, 132, 143.

-, See Rys; Ryse.

Reffam, John, See Repham.

Reffham, Refham. See Reepham.

Reginald, minister-general of the Trinitarian Order. See Marche.

Reginald ap Jorwerth, rector of Llandyssil, 269, 392.

Regole. See Railstown.

Relye. See Thurleigh.

Remmbury, Remmesbury. See Ramsbury.

Rempston, Thomas, knight 622.

Rencore. See Runcorn.

Rendlesham, Rendelesham [co. Suffolk], 499.

Renol called Parkor, John, 37.

Repham, Reffam, John, archdeacon of Northumberland, 290.

Repham. See Reepham.

Repinghale, Baldewyn de, 33.

-, -,Alice his relict, 33.

Repyngton, Repynton, Ralph, rector of Caistor, 60.

-, -,canon of Lichfield, 181.

-, -, clerk (of the diocese of Lichfield), canon of Lincoln, 184.

-, William, priest, 147.

Retherhithe. See Rotherhithe.

Reuse, John, Benedictine monk of St. Albans rector of Hollesley, 156.

-, See Rous.

Reve, Roger, of Long Melford, 624.

-, -,Joan his wife, 624.

Revesby [co. Lincoln], Cistercian abbey, abbot of, papal mandatary, 462.

Rewley. See Oxford.

Reydon, Reyden, Reynden [co. Suffolk], 156, 240, 241.

Reyhull, Robert sub-prior of Lewes, 153.

Reymerston, Raymerston, Reymerstoyn [co. Norfolk], 445, 446, 463.

Roymys, John, of Overstrand, esquire, 567.

-, -, Margaret his wife, 567.

Reynaldi, Stephen, priest, 135.

-, See Raynald; Raynold; Reynolds.

Reynden. See Reydon.

Reyner, William, 35.

-, -, Alice his wife, 35.

Reynolds, Walter, archbishop of Canterbury, 369.

-, See Raynald; Raynold; Reynaldi.

Rhiw, Ryw [co. Carnarvon], 404.

Rhys Vachan, priest, 565.

Ribald, lands of, 3.

Ribchester, Rybcestre [co. Lancaster], 84.

Ricardi, John clerk, notary, 211.

-, William, of Gosberton (diocese of Lincoln), 144.

-, -,Robert his son, S.T.M., 144

-, William (of the diocese of Lincoln), 135.

-, -, Isabella his wife, 135.

-, See Richardi.

Riccall, Rikal, Rykal [co. York, E.R.], prebend in York, 111, 290.

Richard II, absolution of, on account of the statute of Prmunire, 111.

-, consort of. See Anne.

-, daily reading of the Hours by, 67.

-, enemies of, in France, 16.

-, excommunication at the instance of, of violators of the statutes of London, etc. 259, 260.

-, intervention by, in an ecclesiastical dispute, 12, 318.

-, keeper of the privy seal of. See Clifford; Mone.

-, letters patent of, 607, 608.

-, licence of, for appropriations, 15, 157, 162, 172, 198, 246, 404.

-, obit of, 246.

-, papal letters to, 67, 214.

-, -, informing him of provisions to bishoprics, 22.

-, patronage of, papal collation of a benefice in the, 108.

-, -, as founder, 607.

-, -, donations of, for purpose of appropriation, 21, 160, 265, 548, 599-601.

-, perpetual prayers for, 607, 608.

-, persons in the service of, 23, 24.

-, petitions etc. by, 9, 12, 14, 18, 75, 101, 152, 160, 267, 459, 460, 598-600.

-, presentations by, 83, 89, 170, 171, 174, 178, 238, 239, 267, 297, 444, 597.

-, secretary of See Lincoln.

-, writs of, 194, 382.

Richard ap Eygnon Syw, or ap Sygnon Syw, canon of Abergwilly and Llanddewi Brefi, vicar of Berriew, 581, 582.

Richardi, Peter, 352.

-, See Ricardi.

Richemunde. See Richmond.

Richers, Thomas, priest, 128.

Richmond, earl of. See Montfort.

Richmond, Richemunde [co. York, N.R.], archdeacon of, papal mandatary, 25.

-, -, See Dalby; Scrope.

-, archdeaconry of, 3, 163.

-, church of, 4.

-, Benedictine cell of St. Martin by, 3.

-, chapel of Holy Trinity, 175.

-, hospital of St. Giles by, 469, 584.

-, St. Agatha's. See Easby.

Ricote, Richard, 352.

Ridler, Vincent, Friar Minor, 623.

Ridwayn, Edward, vicar of Llandyssil 451.

Rievaulx. See Rivaulx.

Riffyn, William, chaplain in St. Paul's, London, 607.

Rigg, Thomas, of Booth by, donsel, 567.

-, -, Catherine his wife, 567.

-, See Ryg.

Rikal. See Riccall.

Rilliston, Roger, burgess of York, 562.

Rimini [Marche, Italy], bishop of, papal mandatary, 466.

Ripi. See Ripon.

Ripon, John, Benedictine. See Rypun.

-, -, Cistercian. See Rypon.

Ripon, Ripi. Rypon. Rypone [co. York, N.R.], collegiate church of SS. Peter and Wilfrid, canons of. See Bubbewith; Dene; Lovell; Notyngham.

-, -, St. Mary's chantry in, 379.

-, St. Mary's chapel by, 242.

-, St. Mary Magdalene's hospital, master of. See Notyngham.

-, vicar dwelling in, 467.

-, Wath by, 618.

Rippingale, Kyppynghall [co. Lincoln], 239, 240.

Risborough, Princes, Risenburg [co. Bucks], 509.

Risceby, John, 55.

-, -, Cecily his wife, 55.

Risenburg. See Risborough.

Rissheton, Risscheton, Rysheton, Ryssheton, Master Nicholas, canon of St. John's, Beverley, and of Lincoln, papal chaplain and auditor, 68, 90, 267, 294, 515.

-, See Ryscheton.

Rissington, Great, Rysyndon Magna [co. Gloucester], 25.

Ritlington, Redlyngton, Thomas, rector of Kemsing and Seal, 506, 603.

Rittington. See Ruddington.

Rivaulx, Rievaulx [co. York, N.R.], Cistercian abbey of St. Mary, monk of, 546.

Roba. See Ballinrobe.

Robert, Roberti, Richard, of Leake, 221.

-, -, William his son, priest, 221.

-, Roger, of Wyberton, 236.

-, -, Sabina his wife, 236.

-, Walter, notary (of the diocese of Chichester), 247.

-, -, priest (of the diocese of Chichester), 36.

Robertsbridge [co. Sussex], Cistercian abbey of St. Mary, abbot of, papal mandatary, 518.

-, -, -, See Lewes.

-, -, monk of, 553.

-, -, church of, 253.

Robertsun, John, of Donington, 221.

-, -, Margaret his wife, 221.

Robsone, William, of Auckland, 33, 53.

-, -, Beatrice his wife, 33, 53.

Roche, Reche, Elizabeth, 300.

-, John, clerk, of Marlingford (diocese of Norwich), 140.

-, John, vicar of Methwold (diocese of Norwich), 355.

-, Stephen abbot of St. Mary's by Dublin, 155, 192, 354.

-, William, donsel, 134.

-, -, Joan his wife, 134.

-, See Rupe.

Roche [co. York, W.R.]. Cistercian abbey, abbot of, papal mandatary, 610.

-, -, -, See Kesseburgh.

-, -, abbot and convent of, 193.

Rochefort, John, donsel, 127, 140.

-, -, Alice his wife, 127, 140.

-, See Rochfort.

Rochester, bishop of, cardinal's letters addressed to, 14.

-, papal mandatary, 111, 290, 468, 506, 603.

-, -, See Bottlesham (John and William).

-, bishop and chapter of, patronage of, 110.

-, official of, papal mandatary, 559.

-, Benedictine priory, prior of, papal mandatary, 605.

-, -, -, See Schepey.

-, -, church of (cathedral church), altar of St. William in, 257.

Rochfort, Simon, bishop of Meath, 75.

-, See Rochefort.

Rockland [co. Norfolk], Rokelonde, rural deanery of, 474.

Rocoumbe, Raucombe, Richard, Friar Preacher, bishop elect of Leighlin, 288.

-, William, archdeacon of Worcester, 397, 408.

Rode, William, chaplain in St. Paul's, London, 607.

-, See Reade; Rede; Roed.

Rodeburn, Rodeburne, John, Benedictine (of Chester), 35.

-, John de, Benedictine (of Malmesbury), 218.

Rodeley. See Rodley.

Roden, Rodem, John, Cistercian, 551, 564.

Rodeston. See Rudston.

Rodgrave. See Redgrave.

Rodi, John, 626.

Rodington, See Ruddington.

Rodley, Rodeley, fishery of [co. Gloucester], 361.

Rodyngton. See Ruddington.

Roed, William, of Chatteris, 431.

Roede, William. See Reade.

-, See also Reade; Rede; Rode.

Roger, Rogeri, John, of Withern, priest, 132, 148.

Roggers, Sir Philip, canon of Wells, 96.

Roghton, John, 563, 570.

-, -, Alice his wife, 563, 570.

Rokelonde. See Rockland.

Rokesey, Walter, knight, 218.

-, -, Isabella his wife, 218.

Rokewyk, John de, abbot of Jervaulx, 121.

Rokiswell, John, Augustinian friar, 217.

Rokkynne, Richard, 5.

-, -, Alice his wife, 5.

Rokynham, Hugh, donsel, 57.

Rollesby [co. Norfolk], 589.

Rolleston, Rouston [co. Stafford], 371, 466.

-, See Rylleston.

Rolleys, John, of Bassingham, 40.

-, -, Alice his wife, 40.

Rome, Thomas, Benedictine, 482.

Rome, Capitol, debtors in, 214.

-, castle of St. Angelo alias of Crescentius, and chapel of St. Angelo, 214.

-, chapter-general of Hospitallers at, 249.

-, danger and expense of the journey to, 152, 267.

-, faculty of theology in the sacred palace, 11.

-, illicit repair of religious to, 192.

-, Lateran, letters dated at the, 187, 195, 363, 508.

-, papal palace, letters dated at the, 323.

-, Hospitallers of, prior of, papal mandatary, 249.

-, -, -, See Carafa.

-, SS. Andrew and Anastasius's without, Cistercian monastery, monks of, 179, 463, 464.

-, St. Blaise's in Cantosecuto (San Biagio della Pagnotta), Benedictine monastery, monk of, 11, 18, 20.

-, St. George's in Velabro, canons of.

See Possewick; Sanse.

-, St. James's in Settimano, de Suttingnan, letters dated at, 19.

-, St. Mary's of the Armenians, letters dated at, 14.

-, St. Peter's, canons of. See Anibaldi; Tetilluris.

-, -, chapel of St. Andrew in, 519.

-, -, Englishwoman enclosed near, 249.

-, Shrines of SS. Peter and Paul, vows of pilgrimage to, 92, 549, 574, 590.

-, unhealthiness of for foreigners, 18.

Romsey, Rameseye [co. Southants], 619.

Roncevaux [Navarre], Augustinian hospital of St. Mary, prior and brethren of, 469, 470.

Roncore. See Runcorn.

Roo, Thomas, citizen of London, 43.

-, Mary his wife, 43.

-, Walter, donsel, 59.

-, -, Margery his wife, 59.

Rooclyf. See Rawcliffe.

Roos, William de, lord of Helmsley, knight, 609.

-, See Ros; Ross; Rosse.

Roos, Rosse in Holdernesse [co. York, E.R.], 371, 372, 396, 594.

Roos, Roose. See Ross.

Roper, Thomas, 37.

-, -, Agnes his wife, 37.

Ropoun, John de, Cistercian. See Rypon.

Roreston. See Ruston Parva.

Ros, Richard, 61.

-, -, Matilda his wife, 61.

-, See Roos; Ross; Rosse.

Ros, Haroldston, Haroldeston by the sea in [co. Pembroke], 285.

Roschyn. See Rosskeen.

Roscommon, Rosscoman, Rosscomayn [co. Roscommon], Augustinian priory of St. Coman, 348.

-, -, prior of, papal mandatary, 106, 452.

-, -, -, See Macaedagan; Odulchaig.

-, St. Mary's, 335.

Rose, monasterium de. See Ivychurch.

Rosenallis, Oregan [Queen's County], 298.

Roskyn. See Rosskeen.

Rosmaryn, Richard, Cistercian, papal chaplain, 213.

Ross, John, prior, afterwards bishop, of Down, 194.

-, See Roos; Ros; Rosse.

Ross, Roos, Roose, Rosse [co. Hereford], 382, 537, 553.

Ross [co. Cork, Ireland], bishop of, papal mandatary, 364, 420, 425, 496.

-, -, See O'Connor; Brown; Curragh; O'Kelly; Ohedersgeoil.

-, dean of, papal mandatary, 496.

-, -, See Macuyrlogyn; Ohualachayn.

-, archdeacon of, papal mandatary, 364, 420, 522.

-, -, See Odonnegayn; Ohedersgeoil.

-, precentor of, papal mandatary, 522.

-, chancellor of, papal mandatary, 420.

-, canons of. See Odali; O'sullivan.

Rosscoman, Rosscomayn. See Roscommon.

Rosse, Henry, 31.

-, -, Margery his wife, 31.

-, Philip, rector of St. Swithin's, London, 241.

-, See Roos; Ros; Ross.

Rosse. See Ross.

Rosse in Holdernesse. See Roos.

Rosseach. See Russagh.

Rosselyn, William, donsel, 570.

-, -,his wife, 570.

Rossinver, Rossyn [co. Sligo], lands of, 336.

Rosskeen, Roschyn, Roskyn, [co. Cork], 451.

Rossyn. See Rossinver.

Roswragett, Raswraget [co. Cumberland], 512.

Rothbury, Rothebery [co. Northumberland], 175.

Rotherhithe, Retherhithe [co. Surrey], 548.

Rothesam, John de. See Bottlesham.

Rothwell, Rothewell [co. Northants], Augustinian nuns priory, nun of, 75.

Rotour. Richard le, of Kingsley, 461.

Rotyr, John, citizen of London, 228.

-, -, Joan his wife, 228.

Rouclyf. See Rawcliffe.

Roude. See Rowde.

Roudof, Agnes, 625.

Roudon, William, William de, priest, rector of Warsop, 144, 222, 234.

Rouley, Robert, 207.

Rous, John, the younger, Benedictine monk of St. Albans, papal chaplain, 116.

-, See Reuse.

Rouston. See Rolleston.

Routh, Ruda [co. York, E.R.], John Clerk of, 233.

Rouwe, Richard, prior of Tristernagh, 348.

Rowde, Roude [co. Wilts], 192.

Rowley, Rowlay [co. York, W.R.], 34, 55.

-, See Rouley.

Roxa. See Box.

Ruda. See Routh.

Ruddington, Rittington, Rodington, Rodyngton [co. Notts], 21, 586, 600, 601.

Ruddock, Ruddok, Michael, priest, 35, 54, 62, 63.

Rudpec, William, rector of Salwarp, 405.

Rudston, Rodeston, Rudstane [co. York, E.R], 2.

-, Robert Bug of, 119.

-, -, Helen his wife, 119.

Rudyng, Thomas, Benedictine, 48.

Rughede, Hugh, 30.

-, -, Agnes his wife, 30.

Ruishton, Ryscheton [co. Somerset], 362.

Rumney, Rumeney [co. Monmouth], 361.

Runcorn, Rencore, Roncore [co. Chester], 186.

Runton [co. Norfolk], 416.

Rupe, Robert de, canon of Cloyne, 166.

-, See Roche.

Rus, William, clerk, notary, 114.

Rushall, Rusteshale [co. Wilts], 587, 588.

Ruskington, Ryskynton [co. Lincoln], John Freman of, 233.

-, -, Beatrice his wife, 233.

Russagh, Rosseach [co. Galway], lands and tithes of, 336.

Russchok, Russok, Thomas, prior-provincial of the English Friars Preachers, 14, 15.

Russel, Russele, Russell, Henry, Cistercian, papal chaplain, 212.

-, John, vicar of St. Nicholas's, Abingdon, 275.

-, Reginald, priest, notary, 210.

-, Robert, of Cambridge, 563.

-, -, his wife, 563.

-, Simon, vicar of Sutton in Holand, 208.

-, Thomas, clerk, 306.

Rusteshale. See Rushall.

Ruston Parva, Roreston [co. York, E.R.], 200.

Rutland, earl of. See Edward de Langley.

Ruyale, Richard, donsel, 139.

-, -, Elizabeth his wife, 139.

Rybcestre. See Ribchester.

Rycheman, John, of North Creake, 232.

-, -, Margaret his wife, 232.

Rychery, John, of Banham, priest, 41.

Rydderch Person, vicar of Llandyssil, 451.

Rydwyn alias Cardigan, Edward, Friar Minor, 28.

Rye, Ralph, 38.

-, -, Cecily his relict, 38.

Rye [co. Sussex], 192.

Ryg, Rygge, Robert, archdeacon of Barnstaple, 56.

-, Robert, canon of Wells, papal mandatary, 466.

-, See Rigg.

Rykal. See Riccall.

Rykkys, Robert, of Hadleigh, priest, 39.

Rylleston, Joan, damsel, 237.

Ryllytlug. See Killybegs.

Ryne, John, canon of Cloyne, 166.

Rypon, Ripon, Ropoun, Rypoun, John, John de, Cistercian, papal chaplain, 29, 45, 51, 60, 116, 164, 354, 551, 552, 565, 569.

-, Richard, clerk, notary, 26.

Rypon, Rypone. See Ripon.

Rypun, John, Benedictine, 20.

Rys ap Howel, 394.

-, Erdudwl his wife, 394.

Rys ap Tudur, donsel, 563.

-, Eva his wife, 563.

Rys, Nicholas, priest. See Ryse.

-, See Rees.

Ryscheton, Ryschstoun, Matilda de, 563.

-, William de, vicar of Hampsthwaite, 467, 569.

-, See Rissheton.

Ryscheton. See Ruishton.

Ryschstoun, William de. See Ryscheton.

Ryse, Rys, Nicholas, vicar of St. Nicholas's, Newcastle upon Tyne, rector of Yelvertoft, 542.

-, -, priest (of the diocese of Durham), 60.

-, See Rees; Rys.

Rysheton, Master Nicholas. See Rissheton.

-, See also Ryscheton.

Ryskynton. See Ruskington.

Ryssheton, Master Nicholas. See Rissheton.

Rysyndon Magna. See Rissington.

Ryton, Peter, 235.

-, -, Cristiana his wife, 235.

Ryulas, Maurice, treasurer of St Davids, rector of Llansaintffraid yn Mechan, 580.

Ryw. See Rhiw.