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Index of Persons and Places: H, I, J, K

Pages 560-573

Calendar of Papal Registers Relating To Great Britain and Ireland: Volume 6, 1404-1415. Originally published by His Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1904.

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Haburley, Walter, priest, 21.

Haccombe [co. Devon], 33.

Hacconby, Haccunby [co. Lincoln], Robert, corrected in the Register to John, rector of, 4, 75.

Hache, Catherine atto, 331.

Hachyr. See Agher.

Hacket, Peter, archbishop of Cashel, sometime canon of Ferns, 211.

Hacunby. See Hacconby.

Hadenalleslone. See Hadnall lane.

Hadestocke. See Hadstock.

Hadham, Much, Hadham [co. Herts], 57.

Hadle, Thomas, rector of Barrow, 152.

Hadnall lane, Hadenalleslone near Shrewsbury, 225.

Hadstock, Hadestocke [co. Essex], 216.

Haget, John, treasurer and canon of Exeter, treasurer of Lincoln, canon of Salisbury, rector of Fugglestone with Bemerton, and of Nympton, abbreriator of papal letters, 16, 73, 317.

-, See Hacket; Haket.

Haghton. See Hoghton.

Hailes, Hales, Hayles, Heyles [co. Gloucester], Cistercian abbey of St. Mary, abbot of, papal mandatary, 9, 388, 483.

-, -, Henry, abbot of, 376.

-, -, abbot and convent of, patronage of, 80, 388, 389.

-, -, monk of, 80.

-, -, indulgence for the church of, 376.

Haket, John, donsel, 361.

-, -, Eleanor his wife, 361.

-, See Hacket; Haget.

Hale, Stephen, clerk, 18, 19.

-, -, Margaret his wife, 18, 19.

Hale, chapel in the parish of Childwall [co. Lancaster], now the parish church of Hale St. Mary, 246, 326, 327.

Hales. See Hailes.

Halesowen, Halsowyn [co. Worcester], Premonstratensian abbey, canon of, 386.

Haliwell, John, rector of Hoghton and of Theddlethorpe, 52, 62.

Halle, John, Cistercian, 276, 339.

-, John, clerk, notary, 497.

-, William, rector of Neuton, afterwards of Laindon, 139.

Halloughton, Halughton [co. Notts], prebend in Southwell, 222.

Hallum, Robert, archdeacon of Canterbury, canon of Exeter and Salisbury, afterwards archbishop elect of York, afterwards bishop of Salisbury, 82, 134, 135, 13, 232, 373, 473.

Hallyng. See Hawling.

Hals, Richard, treasurer and canon of Exeter, 325, 326.

Halsall, Henry, archdeacon of Chester, 414.

Halsowyn. See Halesowen.

Halsted, Halstede, Robert, rector of Holy Trinity, Chester, 352, 355, 484, 505.

Halswill, Richard, priest, 321.

Halteclo, John, of Burnham donsel, 11.

Haltemprice, Hautenpris [co. York, E.R.], Augustinian priory of St. Mary the Virgin and Holy Cross, indulgence for the church of, 295.

Halucton or Halaughton, John de, bishop of Carlisle, 272.

Halughton, William, Benedictine, 353.

Halughton. See Halloughton.

Halywell, John, canon of Lincoln, of St. Martins-le-Grand, London, and of Wells, rector of Ingoldmells, warden of the hospital of St. Leonard, Newark, 227, 379.

Hambleden, Hamuldene [co. Bucks], 232.

Hambledon, Hameldon [co. Southants], 119.

Hambury, Hamburey, John, Benedictine, 361, 499.

-, See Anburi.

Hameldon. See Hambledon.

Hamewell. See Hanwell.

Hampeden, Hampoden. Homden, Edmund, layman, 27, 102, 209.

-, -, esquire, 154.

Hampton, Hamton, John, Benedictine, 238.

-, Roger, priest, 19.

-, See Ampton.

Hampton Lovett, Hampton Lovet [co. Worcester], 243.

Hamslape. See Hanslope.

Hamton, Roger. See Hampton.

Hamud, William, of Sibton, layman, 457.

Hamuldene. See Hambleden.

Hancok, John, rector of Alderford, 482.

Handsacre, Andesakyre [co. Stafford], 197.

Hanslope, Hamslape [co. Bucks], 457.

Hanwell, Hamewell [co. Middlesex], 32.

Hanyle or Hauyle, alias Kyng, John, subdeacon, 346.

-, William, priest, 346.

Harburgh, Henry, canon of Salisbury, 14, 20.

Hardekyn, Richard, donsel, 330.

-, -, Joan his wife, 330.

Hardewordestote. See Buscot.

Hardham, Heringham, Hertyngham, Heryngham [co. Sussex], Augustinian priory, canon of, 163, 283, 284, 342.

Hardwick, Herdewyk [co. Norfolk], 14.

Hareweld, Harewelde. See Harwood.

Harewell, Richard, priest, 353.

-, Robert, scholar, 510.

Harewood, Harwod [co. York, W.R.], 272.

-, See Harwode.

Hargar, Richard, vicar of Frieston, 126.

Harington, Haryngton, John, lord of Aldingham, 361.

-, William de, knight, 17.

-, -, Margaret his wife, 17.

Harlaxton [co. Lincoln], 210.

Harlescott lane, Harlascotelone, near Shrewsbury, 225.

Harleston, John, priest, 362.

Harlyng, Thomas, canon of Chichester and St. Asaph, rector of Pulborough and Compton, afterwards of Pulborough and Yeovil, 496.

Harpenden, Harpeden [co. Herts], 500, 501.

Harpone, Richard, citizen of London, 13.

Harrietsham, Herriettesham [co. Kent], 103.

Hartley Wintney, Wynteney [co Hants], Benedictine nuns' priory, Alice, prioress of, 55.

-, -, Joan, prioress of, 485.

Harwood. See Harewood.

Harwode, Robert, priest, 321.

Harwood, Hareweld, Harewelde, Horewodi [co. Bedford], Augustinian prioress and convent of, appropriation to, 164, 284, 396, 397.

Haryngton, John, lord of Aldingham. See Harington.

Hascombe, Hascomb [co. Surrey], 324.

Haselton. See Hazleton.

Hasenburg, Sbinco (Zbynek) de, archbishop of Prague, 148 n.

Hastinge, Hastynge, Edward, knight, 344, 348.

-, -, Muriel his wife, 344, 348.

Hastings, Hasting [co. Sussex], collegiate chapel royal, canon of. See Mockyng.

Hastynge, Edward, knight. See Hastinge.

Hatcliffe, Ahattoclyff [co. Lincoln], 357.

Hateleyfeld. See Battlefield.

Hauke, William, rector of Thornton in Lonsdale, 449.

Haukin alias Alyn, John, Augustinian canon, 335.

Hautenpris. See Haltemprice.

Hauyle or Hanyle, alias Kyng, John, subdeacon, 346.

-, -, William, priest, 346.

Havant, Havonte [co. Southants], 8.

Haveringe, Richard de, canon of York, 447.

Hawardeby, John de, priest, 403.

Hawarden, Hawardyn [co. Flint], 507.

Hawberk, John, canon of Lincoln, 251.

Hawley, John, donsel, 18.

Hawling, Hallyng [co. Gloucester], 219, 220.

Hawmund, John, priest, 345.

Hawys, John, priest, 14.

Haxey, Thomas, canon of Lincoln, 26.

Haxholme. See Axholm.

Hay, William, Augustinian canon, 74, 77, 78.

Haydock, Walter, clerk, 405, 409.

Hayes (or Cliston Hayes), Heys [in the parish of Broad Clyst, co. Devon], prebend in Holy Trinity chapel in Exeter castle, 59.

Hayles. See Hailes.

Haynestown, Heynestonfeld [co. Louth], 463.

Hayteley, Henry, 363.

-, -, his wife, 363.

Hayward, Thomas, 357.

-, -, his wife, 357.

-, See Heyward.

Hazelden, Hugh, donsel, 342.

-, -, Joan his wife, 342.

Hazleton, Haselton [co. Gloucester], 219, 220.

Heaton, Heton [co. Northumberland], chapel in the castle of, 130, 132.

-, Thomas Gray of. See Gray.

Hebron [Palestine], bishop elect of. See More.

-, Martin, bishop of, 444.

Hecham, Simon Baret of. See Hitcham.

Heche or Hethe, John, Benedictine, 466, 467.

Hedenham [co. Norfolk], 500.

Hegge, John atte, donsel, 11.

-, -, Agnes his wife, 11.

Heghtredesbure, Heghtersbury. See Heytesbury.

Hekynwyke, John, priest, 12.

Helmecoltran. See Holme Cultram.

Helmislay, John, prior of Guisborough, 403, 408.

Helperby, William, Cistercian, 466.

Hementon. See Hemington.

Hemingbrough, Hemyngburch, Hemyngburgh [co. York, E.R.], 390, 391.

Hemingburgh, John de, prior of Durham, 390.

Hemington, Hementon [co. Somerset], 28.

Hemmynge, William, clerk, 458.

Hemmys, Robert, priest, 402.

Hemyngburch, Hemyngburgh. See Hemingbrough.

Hendeman, Thomas, chancellor of the university of Oxford, dean of Crantock, canon of Exeter, rector of Bishops Cleeve, of Sampford Courtenay and of the third portion of Waddesdon, 89, 90, 115.

Hendred, East, Estonreth [co. Berks], 56.

Hendri, Richard, deacon, 448.

Henga. See Termoneeny.

Hengham. See Hingham.

Henry (? de Ratingen, q.v.), papal letters subscribed by, 98.

Henry IV, arrest of the fruits of a cardinal's canonry and prebend by, 173.

-, chancellor of. See Beaufort.

-, clerks of. See Aghton; Clifford.

-, clerks of the chancery of. See Gabriel: Wakeryng.

-, confirmation by, of a donation by Richard II, 208.

-, consent and licence by, for appropriations, etc., 27, 102, 139, 140, 226, 283, 296.

-, cousins of. See Edward, duke of York; York, Richard of.

-, devotion of, 314.

-, foundations by, 190, 225.

-, grant of patronage by, 164, 284.

-, illegitimate son of, 314.

-, kinsman of, 248.

-, kinswoman of. See March, Anne of.

-, letters of, papal confirmation of, 225, 226.

-, letters patent of denization by, 250.

-, ordinance by, 456.

-, papal grant made out of regard for, 378.

-, papal leters to, 5-7, 82, 83, 197-199, 240, 350, 365, 366, 434.

-, -, about the Schism, 96.

-, papal nuncio to. See Cardinal priests (St. Cecilia's).

-, persons in the service of, 53, 71, 132, 153, 155, 324.

-, petitions, etc. by, 106, 110, 193, 225, 283, 287, 288, 303, 304, 378.

-, presentations by, 34, 35, 111.

-, privy seal of, 225.

-, -, clerk of. See Hertilpole.

-, -, keeper of. See Prophet.

-, queen of. See Joan.

-, rebellions against:

Glyndwr's, 132, 270.

Percies', 53, 71, 225.

Archbishop Scrope's, 98.

-, seal of, as duke of Lancaster, 226.

-, secret seal of, clerk of. See Schirington.

-, secretary of. See Pilton.

-, sons of. See Henry, prince of Wales; Thomas of Lancaster; John, duke of Bedford.

-, steward of the household of. See Stanley.

-, treasurer of. See Scrope.

-, treasurer of the household of. See Kyngeston.

Henry V, dispensation for, to marry Isabel, daughter of John, king of Portugal, 412.

-, dominions of in France, 485.

-, Irish rebels of, 513.

-, John, brother of. See John, duke of Bedford.

-, ordinance by, 456.

-, papal letters to, 453, 454.

-, persons in the service of. See Colnet; Felton; Strange.

-, presentations by, 473, 492.

-, See also Henry, prince of Wales.

Henry, prince of Wales, a witness, 225.

-, -, clerk of. See Holwell.

-, -, kinsman of. See Strange.

-, -, persons in the service of, 325.

-, -, petitions of, 212, 249, 283, 296.

-, -, See also Henry V.

Henry, duke of Lancaster, grandfather of Henry IV, 110.

Henyngham or Heuyngham, William, donsel, 364.

-, -, Margery his wife, 364.

Heppa alias Schapp. See Shap.

Herdewyk. See Hardwick.

Hereford [co. Hereford], Joan, countess of. See Fitz Alan.

-, bishop of, papal mandatary, 9, 71, 102, 109, 279.

-, dean of. See Prophet; Feld.

-, archdeacon of, papal mandatary, 38, 41.

-, -, See Kyngeston.

-, precentor of. See Felton.

-, canons of. See Baldyng; Bowet; Feld; Prophet.

-, Benedictine priory, prior of, papal mandatary, 325.

-, Use of, 377.

Heriisham, Robert, priest, 347.

Heringham. See Hardham.

Hermunston, Ralph, 146.

-, -, Joan his wife, 146.

Herningtonen, John, clerk, notary, 333.

Herriettesham. See Harrietsham.

Herry, Nicholas, priest, 407.

Herteshorn, John, layman, 27, 102, 209.

Hertilpole [John, chancellor of Ireland, an. 1409], clerk of the privy seal of Henry IV, 225.

Hertlond, William, clerk, notary, 351.

Hertyngham. See Hardham.

Hervey, Hervi, Hervy, Alice, 357.

-, John, layman, 27, 102, 209.

Heryngham. See Hardham.

Hessel, William de, alias Huton, vicar of Darlington, 329.

Hethe or Heche, John, Benedictine, 466, 467.

Heton. See Heaton.

Hettewaey, Joan, 109.

Heuyngham or Henyngham, William, donsel, 364.

-, -, Margery his wife, 364.

Heversham, Eversham [co. Westmoreland], 297, 322.

Hexham, Exeldessim, Hextildesham [co. Northumberland], Augustinian priory, prior of, canon of York, 447.

-, -, indulgence for the church of, 451.

Heydens, John, Cistercian, papal chaplain, 170, 327.

Heydwode, Robert. See Heywode.

Heyforde, Robert, 12.

-, -, his wife, 12.

Heyles. See Hailes.

Heynestonfeld. See Haynestown.

Heynys, Thomas, 356.

-, -, his wife, 356.

Heys. See Hayes.

Heytesbury, Heghtredesbure, Heghtresbury [co. Wilts], collegiate church, canon of. See Walkeryng.

-, chantry in the parish church of, 490, 491.

-, manor of, 491.

-, -, lord of. See Hungerforde.

Heyward, Heywarde, Heywardi, Heyword. Elias (diocese of Norwich), priest, 330, 340.

-, Elias, rector of Brandistone (diocese of Norwich), 323.

-, John, canon of St. Davids, rector of St. Martin's Pomeroy, London, 43.

Heywode, Heydwode, Robert, canon of Cloyne, 398.

Heyworth. See Highworth.

Hickesforde. See Ixworth.

Highworth, Heyworth, Hyworth [co. Wilts], prebend in Salisbury, 84, 248, 294.

High Wycombe. See Wycombe.

Hildekick. See Islekirk.

Hill, Hylle, Agnes, 357.

-, Nicholas, archdeacon and canon of Dublin, vicar of Balrothery, 367, 368.

-, Richard, Augustinian canon, afterwards prior, of Tristernagh, 157, 276.

-, Thomas, Cistercian, 13.

Hillebrandus, Hospitaller, 196.

Hilton, Hulton [co. Stafford], Cistercian abbey of St. Mary, abbot and monks of, 12.

Hindon, Hynedon [co. Wilts], 51.

Hingham, Hengham [co. Norfolk], 412.

Hirbi, Henry, 135.

-, -, Margery his wife, 135.

Hitcham, Hecham [co. Suffolk], Simon Baret of, 129, 346, 417.

-, -, Simon his son, rector of a moiety of Little Ringstead, 129.

-, -, -, vicar of Lowestoft, 346, 417.

Hobbes, Edith, 438.

Hoberd, William, vicar or rector of Clogherbrien, 131.

Hody, John, precentor and canon of Wells, canon of Exeter, rector of Pilton, chaplain of Ryme Intrinseca, 300, 463, 471, 505.

Hoggesthorp, Hoggestorp. See Hogsthorpe.

Hoghton, William de, 12.

-, -, Alice his wife, 12.

Hoghton, Haghton, diocese of Lincoln, 52, 62.

Hogsthorpe, Hoggesthorp, Hoggestorp [co. Lincoln], 40, 162, 163.

-, Ivo, rector of, 81.

Hoker, Hugh, vicar of Butterleigh, 340.

Hokeuell, John, prior of Newstead, 347.

Hokham, Richard, donsel, 337.

Holand, Edmund de, earl of Kent, 234.

-, -, -, Lucy his relict, countess of Kent. See Vicecomitibus.

-, Eleanor. See Montagu.

-, Margaret de, relict of John de Beaufort, earl of Somerset, dispensed to marry Thomas of Lancaster, 212, 213, 249.

Holand [co. Lancaster], lord of. See Lovell.

Holaynneachayr, Patrick, Cistercian monk, vicar of Cyllmaceyan, 275.

Holbache, Hugh, dean of St. Asaph, dean of St. Mary's chapel, Shrewsbury, rector or warden of St. John's hospital, Oswestry, canon of Lichfield, Pontesbury, and Wells, 402, 406, 419, 420.

Holbeach, Holbeche [co. Lincoln], parish church of, 131.

-, See Holbeche.

Holbeach Hurn, Holbechehyrne [co. Lincoln], island of, 131.

Holbeche, Richard, 385.

-, -, Joan his wife, 385.

Holbeche. See Holbeach.

Holbechehyrne. See Holbeach Hurn.

Holborne, John, rector of Acton, 291, 297, 300.

Holcombe, Holcomb [co. Somerset], prebend in Wells, 300.

Hole, John, prior of Monkton Farleigh, 464.

Holkham [co. Norfolk], 284, 285.

Holler, William, clerk, 305.

Holmpatrick, Holmpatriik [co. Dublin], Augustinian priory of St. Mary, priors of. See Bristowe; Randull; Spenser.

-, -, canons of, 280, 288.

-, -, convent of, 280, 288.

Holme Cultram, Helmecoltran, Holmcoltran [co. Cumberland], Cistercian abbey of St. Mary, John, abbot of, 77.

-, -, abbot and, convent of, 272, 273.

Holme next the Sea [co. Norfolk], 230.

Holmore, diocese of Norwich, 152.

Holt, Holte, Henry del, layman, 462.

-, Robert del, 462.

-, -, Christopher his son, 462.

-, William, rector of Ellington, 495.

Holtby [co. York, N.R.], 390, 391.

Holte, William. See Holt.

Holwell, Thomas, provost of Holyhead, rector of Mackworth, clerk of prince Henry, 206, 207, 296.

Holycross, de Sanctacruce [co. Tipperary], Cistercian abbey, abbot of, papal mandatary, 84.

Holyhead or Caer Guby, Castrum Kubii [Anglesey], collegiate church, provost of. See Holwell.

Homden, Edmund. See Hampeden.

Home, Thomas, priest, 15.

Homylton, John, of Kingston upon Hull, 338.

-, -, -, Maud his wife, 338.

Honing, Honyng, Honyngg [co. Norfolk], John Baxtere, Baxstere of, 21, 409.

-, -, -, Isabel his wife, 21, 409.

-, See Honyng.

Honiton, Honyton [co. Devon], 92.

Hontyngdon. See Huntingdon.

Honylond, Honylondi, John, Augustinian canon, afterwards prior, of Launceston, 78, 79, 333.

Honyng, John, priest, 357.

Honyng, Honyngg. See Honing.

Honyngham, John, archdeacon of Durham, 378.

-, John de, Augustinian canon, vicar of Kirby on the Moor, 322.

Honyton. See Honiton.

Hoo, John, Carmelite, papal chaplain, chaplain of Thomas Peverel, bishop of Worcester, 173, 393.

Hooe, Hou [in Plymstock parish, co. Devon], chapel of St. Catherine at, 306.

-, Hoo [co. Sussex], prebend in Hastings, 292.

Hoper, William, vicar of Bampton, 323.

Horderen, Henry, layman, 459.

Horewodi. See Harwood.

Horkesley, Great [co. Essex], 325.

Horley, Bulrhorle [co. Oxford], chapel of, 196.

Hornsea, Hornesee, Hornse [co. York, E.R.], 192, 335.

Hornton [co. Oxford], chapel of, 196.

Horsford, John, citizen of Worcester, 355.

-, -, -, Anable his wife, 355.

Horstede, Thomas de, rector of Shropham, 137.

Horton [co. Bucks], 228, 450, 510.

Horwordestede. See Buscot.

Hoseyr, Richard, 145.

-, -, Alice his wife, 145.

Hostlore, John, rector of Pinnock, 80.

Hothom, John de, donsel, 361.

Hoton, John de, vicar of Withernsea, 127.

-, Laurence de, Cistercian, monk, bursar and porter of Rivaulx, 485, 486.

-, Thomas, Augustinian canon, 468.

-, See Huton.

Hou. See Hooc.

Houeden. See Howden.

Houedenshire. See Howdenshire.

Houghton le Spring, Howghton [co. Durham], 33.

Houton in the Forest of Inggylwode (Hutton in the Forest, co. Cumberland), William de, donsel, 406.

-, -, Isabel his wife, 406.

Howden, William, clerk, 293.

Howden, Houeden [co. York, E.R.], 389-391.

-, collegiate church, canon of. See Weston.

Howdenshire, Houedenshire [co. York, E.R.], 390, 391.

Howell, John, priest, 144.

Howell ap Madoc alias Kyffyn, dean of St. Asaph, 420.

Howell [co. Lincoln], 418.

Howet, Richard, clerk, notary, 333.

Howghton. See Houghton le Spring.

Howissone, Simon, rector of Scoulton, 296.

Howth, Howthe [co. Dublin], prebend in Dublin, 493.

Huckote. See Hulcott.

Hudylston, John, layman, 249.

-, Thomas, layman, 249.

Huggate, Hugate [co. York, E.R.], 117, 135, 206.

Huish Episcopi, Huwyssche [co. Somerset], 495.

Huish, North, North Ywyschs [co. Devon], 459, 460.

-, See Wuysh.

Hulcott, Huckote [co. Bucks], 240.

Hull. See Kingston upon Hull.

Hulle, Eleanor (diocese of Bath and Wells), damsel, 346.

-, Eleanor (diocese of Salisbury), noblewoman, 362.

-, John, scholar, 439.

-, Richard, Benedictine, 20.

-, See Hulles.

Hullebora or Hullevora [? Welburn, co. York, N.R.], grange belonging to Rievaulx abbey, 485, 486.

Hulles, Hullis, Richard, clerk, 191.

-, William, Hospitaller, 169.

-, See Hulle.

Hulton. See Hilton.

Humberston, Humberstayn [co. Lincoln], Benedictine abbey of the Order of Tiron, indulgence for the church of, 446.

Hunden, Thomas, Benedictine monk, afterwards abbot, of St. Augustine's, Canterbury, 82.

-, William, archdeacon of Rochester, 131, 137, 209.

Hungerford [co. Berks], hospital of St. John, warden of. See Orum.

Hungerforde, Walter, Walter de, knight, lord of Heytesbury, 461, 490, 491.

-, -, -, Walter his son, scholar, 461.

Hunston [co. Sussex], 300.

Hunte, Robert, rector of Laindon, afterwards of Neuton, 139.

Huntingdon, Hontyngdon, Huntyndon, Huntyngdon [co. Hunt.], archdeacon of, consent of to an appropriation, 80.

-, -, papal mandatary, 126.

-, -, See Zouch.

-, Augustinian priory, canon of, 77, 82.

Husee, Richard, lord of Albrighton, 225.

-, -, -, Isolda his wife, 225.

Husthwaite, Husthewayt [co. York], N.R.], prebend in York, 218.

Huton, alias de Hessel, William, vicar of Darlington, 329.

-, See Hoton.

Hutton Cranswick, Hutone Grannswik [co. York, E.R.], 494.

Hutton in the Forest. See Houton.

Huwyssche. See Huish Episcopi.

Hyde, by Winchester. See Winchester.

Hye, Simon, Benedictine, 441.

Hyldyard, John, donsel, 404.

Hylle, Thomas. See Hill.

Hyndeber, Robert de, vicar of Killcagai, 260.

Hynedon. See Hindon.

Hynewyk, Peter, rector of Upminster, 51, 229.

Hyngston, Yvo, Augustinian friar, papal chaplain, 175, 347.

Hynton. See Cherry Hinton.

Hyskyn. William, priest, 338.

Hywerth, Robert, rector of Berwick St. James, 200.

Hyworth. See Highworth.

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Iago, Roger, prior of Mullingar, 239.

Ibstock, Iwestoke, alias Ippestoke [co. Leicester], 27.

Ichyngton, John, clerk, notary, 93.

Iddesale. See Shifnal.

Iden [co. Sussex], 246, 327.

Iflanagan, Malachy. See Oflannagan.

Ikelyngton, Richard, citizen of London, 341.

Illington, Illyngton [co, Norfolk], 216.

Imbertas i.e. Imberds, a prebend in St. Martin's-le-Grand, London, now called Imbers in the parish of Good Easter, co. Essex, 506.

Inch, Ynisemocholmog, Ynnsemocholmog [in the barony of Gorey, co. Wexford], 399, 423.

Inchmacnerin, Insula Macnere, Insula Macneri, Insula Macnerin de Lochque, Insula Macneryn, Insula Macneryn de Lochque, Insula Mecneri, Insula Meicneri, Ynsynmacneryn [an island in Lough Key now known as Church Island in the parish of Boyle, co. Roscommon], Augustinian priory of St. Mary the Virgin, prior of, papal mandatary, 165, 166, 258, 260, 265, 277, 509.

-, -, -, See Macabreicheannin; Obenachan; Ogamna; Omailcanaid.

-, -, canons of, 10, 160, 199, 469.

Inchmore, Inismoir, Inismoyr [in Abbeylara parish, co. Longford], Augustinian priory of St. Mary, prior of, papal mandatary, 258, 262.

-, -, -, See Maginnbair; Ochani; O'Farrell.

-, -, canons of, 201-203.

Inch St. Lawrence, Esterlawran [co. Limerick], prebend in Emly, 35.

Incourt, Aycuriensis [Brabant, Belgium], collegiate church of St. Peter, dean of, papal mandatary, 439.

Ingebrian, Fynbola, damsel, 504.

-, See Inybrien; Irabrian.

Ingleby, Ingylby [in Saxilby, co. Lincoln], lord of. See Graa.

Ingoldesby, Richard, rector of Scotton, 418.

Ingoldmells, Ingoldmeles, Ingolmels [co. Lincoln], parish church of St. Peter, 227, 379.

Ingylby. See Ingleby.

Inisgad, diocese of Killaloe [possibly Scattery Island, q.v.], abbot of, papal mandatary, 44.

Inish Maine, Ynis Meain alias Portmien [in Ballinchalla parish, co. Mayo], 477, 478.

Inishcaltra, Inyskealtra, Yniskealtra [co. Clare], parish church of St. Camin, 33, 68.

Inishkeen, Deynyscaein (rectius de Ynyscaein), Iniskayn, Ynyskayn [co. Monaghan], parish church of St. Fergus, 188, 232, 478.

Inishlounaght, de Suryo [co. Tipperary], Cistercian abbey, abbot of, papal mandatary, 123.

Iniskathig. See Scattery Island.

Iniskayn See Inniskeen.

Inismoir, Inismoyr. See Inchmore.

Inniscathay alias Scattery. See Katadensis.

Inniscronane, Inniscronan, Ynnyskronayn [co. Clare], Augustinian priory, prior of, papal mandatary, 115, 118.

Innocencia alias Nocencia, priory. See Athlone.

Innocent IV, constitution by, 311.

-, letters of, 245, 299.

Innocent VI, restrictions by, of the immunities, etc. of papal chaplains, 316, 327, 349.

Innocent VII, chamberlain of. See Physici.

-, collector of in England. See Aliotti.

-, commission of causes by, 298.

-, death of, 368, 376.

-, -, date of, 297.

-, departure of from Rome to Viterbo, 3, 222.

-, election of, 1.

-, letters of, 102-118, 123-125, 131, 132, 135, 136, 141, 142, 162, 166, 209, 214, 216, 222, 224, 239, 244, 376, 417, 418, 436.

-, letters of and petitions to, registers of, 418.

-, major penitentiary of. See Cardinal bishops (Sabina).

-, member of the household of. See Arlam.

-, nuncios of, to England. See Brancaciis; Caraffa; Stroziis.

-, -, to Portugal. See Brancaciis.

-, reservation by, of benefices reserved by Boniface IX, 111, 113, 122.

-, reservations by, 129, 141, 143.

Insula, Roger de, dean of York, 447, 448.

Insula. See Great Island.

Insula Brechungy alias Tempullapuret. See Templeport.

Insula Macneri, Insula Macneryn, Insula Meicneri. See Inchmacnerin.

Insula Omnium Sanctorum. See Saints Island.

Insula Sancte Trinitatis. See Lough Oughter.

Insula Sanctorum, Insula Sanctorum alias Oilean-na-Naem. See Saints Island.

Insula Vivencium. See Monaincha.

Inwardleigh, Inwardelegh [co. Devon], 455.

Inybrien, Mor, damsel (diocese of Emly), 505.

-, See Ingebrian; Irabrian.

Inyskathaygh. See Scattery Island.

Inyskealtra. See Inishcaltra.

Ippestoke alias Iwestoke. See Ibstock.

Ipplepen, Ippleponne [co. Devon], 216.

Ipswich. See Gippewico.

Irabrian, Morina (Mor Maira Brian), damsel (diocese of Limerick), 460.

-, See Ingebrian; Inybrien.

Irchester, Irchestre [co. Northants], Alice Rene or Reve of, 316.

Irlonde, John de, knight, 17.

-, -, Margera his wife, 17.

Irmynglond, John, rector of Stiffkey, 216, 217.

Isabel, queen, 159.

Isertkelly, Disertkcalayd [co. Galway], 115.

Islekirk, Hildekick [in Westward parish, co. Cumberland], 272.

Iwerne Courtnay, Iwern Courteney, alias Schryveton [co. Dorset], 31.

Iwestoke alias Ippestoke. See Ibstock.

Ixworth, John, canon of Chichester, Exeter, Salisbury, Southwell, and York, rector of Cockfield and of Sevenoaks, 60, 84.

-, John, prior of Thetford, 394.

Ixworth, Hickesforde [co. Suffolk], Augustinian priory of St. Mary, canon of, 272.

J

Jacson, Jakson, Robert (diocese of Durham), donsel, 145, 147.

-, -, Alice his wife, 145, 147.

-, Robert (diocese of Lichfield), 18.

-, -, Margaret his wife, 18.

James I, king of Scots, papal legate to. See Cardinal priests (St. Cecilia's).

Jelle, John, priest, 346.

Jergail, Richard, vicar of Rathcline, 86.

Jerpoint, de Jeriponte, de Jerponte [co. Kilkenny], Cistercian abbey of St. Mary, abbot of, papal mandatary, 114, 118, 242.

Jersey [Channel Islands], island of, 485.

Jerusalem, king of. See Ladislaus.

-, pilgrimages to the Holy Sepulchre, 97, 100, 150, 179.

-, See Holy Land in I.S.

Jervaulx [co. York], Cistercian abbey, abbot of, faculties to, 334, 491.

-, -, -, papal mandatary, 272, 320, 321, 459.

-, -, Richard, abbot of. See Gower.

-, -, abbot and convent of, 159.

Joan, queen of England, chaplain of. See Ayleston.

-, -, indults to, 401, 404, 409.

-, -, petitions of, 307, 380.

-, -, treasurer -, general of. See Tibbay.

Jobard, John, priest, 15.

Johan, Lewis, citizen of London, 341.

John XXII, his constitution Execrabilis, 46, 114, 115, 131, 165, 252, 253, 255, 258-261, 263-265.

-, immunities, etc. granted by to papal chaplains, 316, 327, 349, 497.

John XXIII (Baldasar, Balthasar Cossa), almoner of, 249.

-, chamberlains of. See Caputgrassis; Conzi.

-, chaplain of before his accession. See Pryce.

-, collector of in England, 249.

-, -, See Stroziis.

-, commission of causes by, 514, 515.

-, envoys of:

to England, etc. See Caputgrassis; Statutis.

to Venice, etc. See Fraunceys.

-, executor of a cardinal's will, 173.

-, legate of to Scotland. See Cardinal priests (St. Cecilia's).

-, letters of, abbreviators of. See Swayne; Ugolinis.

-, -, writers of. See Caputgrassis; Fraunceys; Ugolinis.

-, letters of the penitentiary of, writers of. See Cabassolis; Forster.

-, members of the household of. See Baldinotis; Bremore; Caputgrassis; Fraunceys; Statutis; Ugolinis.

-, nephew of. See Minutolus.

-, nuncios of:

to Almain. See Ugolinis.

to England. See Caputgrassis; Cardinal priests (St. Cecilia's); Casini; Dellante; Minutolus; Pireto; Presbiteris; Ugolinis.

-, ordinances of, 191, 192.

-, secretaries of. See Bremore; Luschis; Malpiglis; Pistorio; Swayne; Ugolinis.

John, king of Portugal and Algarve, 412.

-, -, Isabel his daughter, 412.

John of Gaunt, duke of Aquitaine and Lancaster, 75.

John, duke of Bedford, constable of England, third son of Henry IV, 146, 147, 150, 449.

John ap David, John Davidis, layman, 462.

John ap David ap Ithel, rector of Llanfair Dyffryn Clwyd, 493, 515.

John ap Kadegan, vicar, afterwards rector, of Mold, 60.

Johnam, Dermit, vicar of Killeeneen, 63.

Johnston with Steynton [co. Pembroke], 217.

Jolypas, Henry, chamberlain of St. Paul's, London, 300.

Jonson, Robert, 331.

-, -, Isabel his wife, 331.

Jordan, Jordain, Nicholas, rector of Agher, vicar of Laracor, 128, 138, 267, 268.

-, Richard, vicar of Johnston, 217.

Jory, alias George, Nicholas, priest, 358.

Jovinacio, Master Paul de. See Giovenazzi.

Julian, Nicholas, rector of Boxley, 80.

Juvenacio, Juvenaco, Juvinacio, Master Paul de. See Giovenazzi.

K

Kadegan, John ap. See John ap Kadegan.

Kain or Kam, Margaret, 462.

Kallmaliery. See Kilmaleery.

Kallodoraid, diocese of Derry, 480.

Kalocsa-Bacs [Hungary], archbishop of, papal mandatary, 344.

Kalquit, John. See Kylquyt.

Kam or Kain, Margaret, 462.

Karhynd, Henry, chancellor of Ardfert, 165.

Karig. See Carrick.

Katadensis (? Scattery alias Inniscathay, or Achonry), Richard, bishop, a Friar Preacher (? Richard Belmer de Herefordia, O. Prd., prov. to Achonry, 2. April 1424, Mart. V., in Eubel), 513.

Kayl, John, priest, 346.

Kays, Henry, canon of Lanchester, rector of Fakenham, 294.

-, See Cays.

Keadew, Kedy [now a townland in Cavan and Urney parishes, co Cavan], 121.

Keal, West, Wersterbeke [co. Lincoln], 342.

Kebbill, Kebbyll, Walter, rector of Llangattock, 205, 325.

Kedy. See Keadew.

Kegworth, Roger, citizen of London, 358.

Kelbegayn. See Kilbeggan.

Kelbi, Keleby, John, priest, 357.

-, John, Cistercian, 402.

Kelingh, Robert. See Kelyng.

Kellbrach, de Kyllgabuyl, diocese of Tuam, 278.

Kellehanne. See Killeen.

Kelli, John. See Kelly.

Kells, de Deserto, de Deserto Connerie [in Connor parish, co. Antrim], Augustinian abbey of St. John Baptist, abbot of, papal mandatary, 492.

-, -, Laurence, abbot of, 471.

-, -, Thomas, abbot of, 471.

-, -, abbot of. See Oguym.

-, -, indulgence for, 487.

Kells, Kenlys [co. Kilkenny], Augustinian priory of St. Mary, prior of, papal mandatary, 45, 114, 242.

-, -, prior and convent of, patronage of, 90.

Kells, Kenles, Kenlis, Kenllis, Kenlys, Kinllis [co. Meath], archdeacon of, papal mandatary, 149, 157, 320.

-, -, See Naas.

-, Augustinian abbey of St. Mary, abbot of, papal mandatary, 306, 313, 314.

-, -, Matthew, claustral prior, afterwards abbot of, 152, 153, 307.

-, -, abbot and convent of, 257.

-, -, canons of, 280, 396.

-, -, indulgence for, 156, 157.

-, parish church of, 448.

-, See Kenlys.

Kelly, Kelli, John (diocese of Exeter). priest, 329.

-, John, vicar of Tintagel (diocese of Exeter), 285, 286, 324, 339.

Kelshall, Kelschull [co. Herts], St. Faith's, 12, 16.

Kelyng, Kelingh, Robert (diocese of Lichfield), 362.

-, -, his wife, 362.

-, Robert (diocese of Lichfield), 499.

-, -, Alice his wife, 499.

Kendal, Burton in. See Burton in Kendal.

Kendal, Kyrkebi in Kendale [co. Westmoreland], chapel of Holy Cross and All Saints at the side of the mountain called 'Appilgarth' (? Underbarrow chapel) in the parish of, 301.

Kenealluochan alias Drumyrbeallaich. See Drumreilly.

Kenles. See Kells.

Kenlys, Nicholas, rector of Kinnagh, 41.

Kenlys. See Kells.

Kennegh. See Kinnagh.

Kennynghale, John, Benedictine, 276.

Kensale, Thomas, priest, 17.

Kent, Edmund, earl of. See Holand.

-, -, Lucy his relict, countess of. See Vicecomitibus.

Kentwood, Kentwode, Reginald, archdeacon of London, 290, 291, 300, 337.

Kerby, William de, precentor of York, 238.

Kermerdin, Kermerdyn. See Carmarthen.

Keston. See Keyston.

Keton [William de, canon of St. Martin's-le-Grand, London, and founder of a prebend in that church], 295, 307.

Kettlethorpe, Retelthorp [co. Lincoln], 283, 284.

Keynsham [co. Somerset], Augustinian abbey, abbot and convent of, patronage of, 232.

Keyrmerthyn. See Carmarthen.

Keyston, Keston [co. Hunt.], 132.

Kilbarry. See Clauaincorpy.

Kilbeggan, Kelbegayn, Flumen Dei [co. Westmeath], Cistercian abbey of St. Mary, abbot of, papal mandatary, 41, 242, 283, 306.

-, -, Gillabert, abbot of, 280.

-, -, sacrist of. See Maccrath.

-, -, monks of, 203, 280.

-, See Benedictio Dei.

Kilbennan, Kyllbeneayn [co. Galway], 398.

Kilcolman, Kyllcholmayn, Kyllchelmayn [co. Mayo], 278.

Kilcommock. See Killdacanog.

-, See also Kylltacamorca.

Kilconickny. See Killconnayne.

Kilconierin. See Killconnayne.

Kilcorbry, Killcorbaie, Killcorbaige, Killcorkaige [in Croghan parish, King's County], 257.

Kilcornan, Kylchurnayn, Kyllchurnayn [co. Limerick], 23, 37, 43.

Kilcummin. See Gnomore.

Kildalkey, Kildalk, Kyldalk [co. Meath], parish church of St. Mary, 414, 444.

Kildare [co. Kildare], earl of. See Fitz Morice.

-, bishop of, faculty to, 333.

-, -, papal mandatary, 23, 35, 64, 71, 91, 116, 119, 124, 240, 276, 414, 437.

-, -, See Askeaton; Madock.

-, archdeacon of, papal mandatary, 475.

-, canons of. See Madock; Poule.

Kildromac (William Mackyldroma in Cal. Lett. V). William de, prior of Killagh, 279.

Kilfarboy, Kilfearagh. See Kyllsyoborach.

Kilfenora [co. Clare], bishop of, papal mandatary, 36, 38, 43, 46, 118, 263, 264, 278, 301, 426.

-, -, patronage of, 37.

-, Patrick, bishop of, 39, 241.

-, dean of, papal mandatary, 233.

-, -, See Okathaill; Owair.

-, archdeacon of, papal mandatary, 478.

-, -, See Oconchuyr; Olochlaind.

-, treasurer of, papal mandatary, 36, 39.

-, -, See Odallayn.

-, precentor of, papal mandatary, 45.

-, chancellor of, papal mandatary, 261, 478.

-, -, See Ocondboyg; Odalayg.

-, canons of. See Macgirrenagastyr; Odallayn; Ohanrachayn; Okettygyd; Olochlaind; Olongain; Omurgissa.

-, portionaries of. See Macgirrenagastyr; Odallayn; Olochlaind.

-, chapter of, election by to the deanery, 241.

Kilfiddane, Kyllfedayn [co. Clare], 264.

Kilfintinan, Kyllfyntanayn, Kyllsyntanayn, Kyllsyntarayn [co. Clare], 26, 37.

Kilglass, Killglais, Kyllglassy [co. Longford], parish church of St. Echich, 120, 259.

-, Killeglas, Killglas, Kyllegas, de Kyllglayo [co. Roscommon], parish church of St. Mary, 83, 118, 255, 309, 321.

-, See Regles.

Kilhuray, Kilhurayn. See Killuran.

Kilkeedy, Kilkyde [co. Limerick], 118.

Kilkenny, Kylkenie [co. Kilkenny], Augustinian priory of St. John by, prior of, papal mandatary, 240.

-, Robert Talbot of, 13.

-, -, Leoys his wife, 13.

Kilkenny, West, Kyllkenny [co. Westmeath], Augustinian priory of St. John Baptist, prior of, papal mandatary, 507.

Kilkerran, Kilkeraion [co. Cork], 253.

Kilkerrin, Kill Coryn, Kyll Coryn, Corcomaga, Corkamaga, Killchorryn alias Corcomaga, Kyllcaryn alias Corkomaga (i.e. Corco-Mohagh, the old name for Kilkerrin) [co. Galway], 268, 426, 427, 438.

Kilkyde. See Kilkeedy.

Killabban, Killabbayn, Kyllabayn, Kyllabbayn [Queen's County] 258, 315.

Killadmayt, diocese of Killaloe (? Killimer, co. Clare), 263.

Killadoon, Killundan [co. Sligo], 204.

Killag. See Kilucg.

Killagh, de Belloloco [in Kilcolman parish, co. Kerry], Augustinian priory of St. Mary, priors of. See Kildromac; Olongsygh.

-, -, prior and convent of, 279.

-, -, canon of, 279, 290.

-, Kyllagh [co. Westmeath], parish church of St. Conquinus, 258.

Killagloich. See Killilagh.

Killala [co. Mayo], bishop of, papal mandatary, 38, 203, 204.

-, Thomas, bishop of, 233.

-, dean of, papal mandatary, 260, 261, 480.

-, -, See Baret; Obragan; Ohannuchi.

-, provost of, papal mandatary, 422.

-, official of, papal mandatary, 260.

-, canons of. See Brun; Obragan; Oconel; Odubda; Oflainighoile; Ohannuchi.

-, See Kilroe.

Killallon, Killalon [co. Meath], 475.

Killaloe [co. Clare], bishop of, papal mandatary, 44, 122, 301, 470, 504.

-, Donatus, bishop of, 122, 233, 252, 301.

-, dean of, papal mandatary, 36, 43, 129, 255, 256, 266, 269, 389.

-, -, See Maccrath; Olonyrgayn.

-, archdeacon of, papal mandatary, 41, 122, 427, 472.

-, precentor of, papal mandatary, 37, 42, 367.

-, -, See Ohanly; O'Kelly; Olonyrgayn.

-, treasurer of, papal mandatary, 42.

-, chancellor of, papal mandatary, 41, 85.

-, -, See Macmachuna; Oagayn; Ohatir; Omogra.

-, official of, papal mandatary, 120, 124.

-, -, See Olonyrgayn.

-, James, official of. See Ograda.

-, canons of. See Maccomara; Maccrath; Macmachuna; Ocleri; Ograda; O'Kelly; Okennedy; Olongain; Omanarkayn.

Killalon. See Killallon.

Killaraght, Killaracht, Kyllachrachta, Kyllaracht, Kyllarachta [co. Sligo], 261, 398, 451.

Killard. See Kinealarga.

Killashandra, Kyllnascanrach alias Theallachdunchaga (barony of Tullyhunco) [co. Cavan], 268.

Killashee, Kyllasichigi [co. Longford], 266.

Killasnet, Killassnada, Killessnada [co. Leitrim], 257, 265.

Killaspugbrone, Killeasbaigbroin, Killeasgribroin [co. Sligo], 38, 143.

Killassnada. See Killasnet.

Killchorryn alias Corcomaga. See Kilkerrin.

Killconnayne, Killconnaynne, diocese of Clonfert (? Kilconickny or Kilconierin, co. Galway), Friars Minors' house at Clochincanthualayg, Cloch in Cantualaig, in the parish of, 467.

Killcorbaie, Killcorbaige, Killcorkaige. See Kilcorbry.

Kill Coryn. See Kilkerrin.

Killdacanog or Killoacanog, diocese of Ardagh (? Kilcommock, co. Longford), St. Frigius's, 262.

Killeagai, diocese of Killala, 260.

Killeany, Kylleny Innabayr [in Burren barony, co. Clare], 45.

Killeasbaigbroin, Killeasgribroin. See Killaspugbrone.

Killechy. See Killeigh.

Killeen, Kellehanne, Kyllcanne [co Meath], Augustinian abbey, abbot of, papal mandatary, 163.

-, -, prior of, papal mandatary, 204.

Killeeneen (or perhaps Killinane), Killenayn, Kyllenayn [co. Galway], 63, 115.

Killeglas. See Kilglass.

Killeibe. See Dogstown.

Killeigh, Killechy [King's County], Augustinian priory, prior of, papal mandatary, 267.

Killenayn. See Killeeneen.

Killerbe. See Dogstown.

Killessnada. See Killasnet.

Killglais, Killglas. See Kilglass.

Killilagh, Killagloich [co. Clare], 264.

Killimer. See Killadmayt.

Killimorbologue [co. Galway], with the annexed vicarage of Kyllcarban, 414.

Killinkere, Killincheir alias Mullachlaydidy [co. Cavan], parish church of SS. Wygyr and Wulstan, 118.

Killluochrind. See Killoran.

Killmer Nasina, Killmoirnasina, Killmoirnassinna. See Kilmore-na-Sina.

Killmomeneg, diocese of Cashel (? Kilvemnon, co. Tipperary), 389.

Killmornasinna. See Kilmore-na-Sina.

Killmurchun. See Kilmorgan.

Killnamonag. See Kilnamona.

Killoacanog or Killdacanog. See Killdacanog.

Killomad. See Killummod.

Killonaghan, Kyllonchon [co. Clare], 49.

Killonat. See Killummod.

Killoran, Killluochrind, Kyllluoichrind [co. Sligo], 68.

Killoscobe, Kyloscoka [co. Galway], 422.

Killphybi. See Kilpipe.

Killrienan, diocese of Ardagh, 368, 369.

Killro. See Kilroe.

Killrois. See Kilrush.

Killscanaill. See Kilscannell.

Killtibrad. See Kiltubrid.

Killua, Kyllowagh [co. Meath], 127.

Killulagh, Kilwelach, Kylwelagh [co. Westmeath], parish church of St. Lonanus, 367, 371, 372.

Killummod, Killomad, Killonat [co. Roscommon], 261, 398, 451.

Killundan. See Killadoon.

Killuran, Kilhuray, Kilhurayn, Kylleibaran [co. Clare], 37, 103, 122.

Kilmacallan, Cillmickallan [co. Sligo], 161.

Kilmacdonogh, Kilmadonok [co. Cork], 445.

Kilmacduagh [co. Galway], bishop of, papal mandatary, 431, 479.

-, -, See O'Folan; Ograda.

-, Denis, bishop of, 198.

-, Henry, bishop of, sometime bishop of Clonfert, 6.

-, dean of, papal mandatary, 38, 278, 279, 290, 367, 422, 433.

-, -, See Odoncha.

-, archdeacon of, papal mandatary, 262, 269, 275, 424.

-, provost of, papal mandatary, 261.

-, precentor of, papal mandatary, 263.

-, chancellor of. See Macgillavanach.

-, canons of. See Obeayn; Odubgilla.

-, Petra, Augustinian abbey, abbot of, papal mandatary, 115.

-, clergy, etc. of the city and diocese of, 198.

Kilmadonok. See Kilmacdonogh.

Kilmaleery, Kallmaliery [co. Clare], 256, 257.

Kilmaley. See Ocormayc.

Kilmallock, Kyllocia [co. Limerick], 435.

Kilmanagh. See St. Malla.

Kilmeen, Kilmeayn, Kylmeynan [co. Galway], prebend in Tuam, 423, 427.

Kilmilchen. See Redcity.

Kilmocomoge, Kilncomog [co. Cork], 256.

Kilmoe, Kylmo [co. Cork], 87, 88.

Kilmoon, Kylmon [co. Louth], 463.

Kilmore [co. Cavan], bishop of, mensa of, 319.

-, -, papal mandatary, 106, 118, 121, 153, 280, 477, 497.

-, -, See O'Reilly; Brady; O'Farrell.

-, archdeacon of, papal mandatary, 119-121, 201, 231, 232, 236, 262, 268, 271, 280, 292, 475, 481.

-, official of, papal mandatary, 268.

-, vicarage of St. Felimy's (cathedral), 270.

-, Kilmor [co. Wexford], 395.

Kilmore-na-Sina, Killmer Nasinna, Killmoirnasinna, Killmoirnassinna, Killmornasinna [co. Roscommon], Augustinian priory of St. Mary, prior of, papal mandatary, 267, 309, 316, 321, 322.

-, -, -, See Oberind; Obyrnd.

-, -, sacrist of. See Macmurrig; Oberind.

-, -, canon of, 282.

-, -, indulgence for the church of, 309.

Kilmorgan, Cillmurcham, Killmurchun, Kyllmurchayn [co. Sligo], 42, 166, 265, 266.

Kilmurvy, Meagray, Meagry [now a townland in Inishmore parish, co. Galway], 262.

Kilnamona, Killnamonag, Kyllnamonag, Kyllnamonagh [co. Clare], 233, 459, 478, 479.

Kilnasoolagh, Kyllanasulch, Kyllanasuleach [co. Clare], 42, 256.

Kilncomog. See Kilmocomoge.

Kilnsea, Kylnese [co. York, E.R.], 76.

Kilpipe, Killphybi [co. Wexford], 428.

Kilroan, Kilrochayn [co. Cork], 256.

Kilroe, Killro [a townland in Killala, co. Mayo], prebend in Killala, 480.

Kilronan. See Kyllruayn.

Kilrush, Killrois [co. Clare], 313.

-, Kilrus, Kyllruys [co. Wexford], prebend in Ferns, 251.

-, -, parish church of St. Bridget, 251.

Kilscannell, Killscanaill, Kyllscanaill [co. Limerick], 264.

Kiltomy, Kylthome [co. Kerry], 372.

Kiltoraght, Kylltomthuracht [co. Clare], 263.

Kiltubrid, Killtibrad [co. Leitrim], 392.

Kilucg, diocese of Ferns (? Killag, co. Wexford), 85.

Kilvarnet. See St. Barnnrata.

Kilvemnon. See Killmomeneg.

Kilwelach. See Killulagh.

Kinealarga, Remelarga (? Killard alias Atlantic, co. Clare), 41, 267.

Kinethii. See Kinnetty.

Kings Norton, Kyngis Norton [co. Worcester], 29.

Kings Nympton, Nymeton Regis [co. Devon], 73.

Kings Sutton, Kynges Sutton [co. Northants], prebend in Lincoln, 196.

Kingsteignton, Teynton Regis [co. Devon], prebend in Salisbury, 70.

Kingston, Kyngeston [co. Surrey], chapel or chantry of St. Mary Magdalen, warden of. See Bowdon.

-, See Kyngeston.

Kingston, Collingbourne. See Collingbourne Kingston.

Kingston upon Hull, Hull, Kyngeston upon Hull, Kyngeston upon Hulle, Kynggeston upon Hull [co. York], Augustinian friars' house, friar of, 173.

-, Carmelite priory of St. Michael, prior and friars of, 162, 163.

-, Carthusian priory of St. Michael, prior and monks of, 81.

-, John Homylton of, 338.

-, -, Maud his wife, 338.

Kington Magna, Kyngton Magna [co. Dorset], 191, 294, 376.

-, See Kyngton.

Kinnagh, Kennegh [now Tintern, co. Wexford, 41, 103.

Kinnetty, Kinethii [King's County], 267.

Kinsale, Kynsale, Kynsall, Kynsals [co. Cork], 87, 119, 514.

-, See Kensale.

Kinvarra, Kyndiuara [co. Galway], prebend in Kilmacduagh, 124.

Kinwarton, Kynewarton [co. Warwick], 219, 220.

Kippax, Kipask, Kypast [co. York, W.R.], 273, 274.

Kirby Bellars, Kyrkeby super Wrethek [co. Leicester], Augustinian priory, prior and convent of, 466.

Kirby on the Moor, Kyrkeby on the Moor [co. York], 322.

Kirby. See Kerby; Kyrkeby.

Kirkby Stephen, Kirkebi Stephani [co. Westmoreland], 483.

Kirkebryde, Thomas, rector of Hogsthorpe, afterwards of Milton, 40.

Kirkestal. See Kirkstall.

Kirkestede. See Kirkstead.

Kirketon, Alan, rector of Rawreth, 506.

Kirkstall, Kirkestal, Kyrkestall [co. York, W.R.], Cistercian abbey of St. Mary, abbot of, papal mandatary, 127, 483.

-, -, -, See Stapeldon.

-, -, abbot and convent of, 75, 76, 379, 410.

Kirkstead, Kirkestede, Kyrkested, Kyrkestede [co. Lincoln], Cistercian abbey, abbot of, papal mandatary, 92.

-, -, monks of, 182, 336, 400, 402.

Kirton in Holland. See Kyrton.

Knaresborough, Knaresburgh [co. York], Trinitarian house of St. Robert by, minister, friars and sisters of, 328, 335.

Kneesall, Knesale [co. Notts], 345, 387.

Knighton, West, Knyghton [co. Dorset], 510.

Knockgraffon, Gnecgraffayn, Gnecgraffayng [co. Tippcrary], 438.

Knockmoy, Collis Victorie [co. Galway], Cistercian abbey, abbot of, papal mandatary, 423.

-, -, abbot and convent of, 166, 429.

-, -, monk of, 275.

Knotysford, James, 385.

-, -, Beatrice his wife, 385.

Knoyle, East, Knoyol Magna [co. Wilts], 51.

Knyght, Kynght, John, priest, 13.

Knyghton. See Knighton, West.

Kwnky. See Quin.

Kylchurnayn. See Kilcornan.

Kyldalk. See Kildalkey.

Kylkenie. See Kilkenny.

Kylkerby, diocese of Armagh or Meath. 463.

Kyllabayn, Kyllabbayn. See Killabban.

Kyllachrachta. See Killaraght.

Kyllagh. See Killagh.

Kyllamyn, Kyllanyn, diocese of Meath, 306.

Kyllanasulch, Kyllanasuleach. See Kilnasoolagh.

Kyllanyn. See Kyllamyn.

Kyllaracht, Kyllarachta. See Killaraght.

Kyllbeneayn. See Kilbennan.

Kyllbudan, Kyllbudayn, diocese of Tuam, 278.

Kyllcanne. See Killeen.

Kyllcarban, vicarage united to the vicarage of Killimorbologue, q.v.

Kyllcaryn alias Corkomaga. See Kilkerrin.

Kyllcholmayn, Kyllchelmayn. See Kilcolman.

Kyllchurnayn. See Kilcornan.

Kyll Coryn. See Kilkerrin.

Kylleglas. See Kilglass.

Kylleibaran. See Killuran.

Kyllenayn. See Killeeneen.

Kylleny Innabayr. See Killeany.

Kyllfedayn. See Kilfiddane.

Kyllfyntanayn. See Kilfintinan.

Kyllgabuxl, diocese of Tuam, 278.

Kyllgabuyl. See Kellbrach.

Kyllglassy. See Kilglass.

Kyllkenny. See Kilkenny, West.

Kyllluoichrind. See Killoran.

Kyllmacagondain alias Fochinnach. See Fohanagh.

Kyllmurchayn. See Kilmorgan.

Kyllnamonag, Kyllnamonagh. See Kilnamona.

Kyllnascanrach alias Theallachdunchaga. See Killashandra.

Kyllnasichigi. See Killashee.

Kyllocia. See Kilmallock.

Kyllonchon. See Killonaghan.

Kyllowagh. See Killua.

Kyllruayn (? Kilronan, co. Roscommon), 42.

Kyllruys. See Kilrush.

Kyllscanaill. See Kilscannell.

Kyllsyntanayn, Kyllsyntarayn. See Kilfintinan.

Kyllsyoborach, diocese of Killaloe (? Kilfearagh or Kilfarboy, co. Clare), 479.

Kylltacamorca, Kylltachmurcha, diocese of Ardagh (? Kilcommock or Ballymacormick, co. Longford), 368, 369.

Kylltomthuracht. See Kiltoraght.

Kyllymairbolga. See Killimorbologue.

Kyllynayn, diocese of Tuam, 278.

Kylmeynan. See Kilmeen.

Kylmid. See Ballymartle.

Kylmo. See Kilmoe.

Kylmon. See Kilmoon.

Kylmyd. See Ballymartle.

Kylmylchon. See Redcity.

Kylnese. See Kilnsea.

Kyloscoka. See Killoscobe.

Kylquyt, Kalquit, John, Hospitaller of Clerkenwell, preceptor of Mount St. John, 169, 196, 354, 362.

Kylthome. See Kiltomy.

Kylwelagh. See Killulagh.

Kyme [co. Lincoln], Gilbert Umfravyll, lord of, 385.

Kympton, Michael, prior of Merton, 328.

Kyndiuara. See Kinvarra.

Kynealbayd. See Cinel-Baith.

Kynewarton. See Kinwarton.

Kyng, alias Hanyle or Hauyle, John, subdeacon, 346.

-, William, priest, 346.

Kynges Sutton. See Kings Sutton.

Kyngeston, Kyngestoun, Kynggiston, Richard, archdeacon of Hereford, canon of Salisbury, dean of the chapel royal of Windsor, 377.

-, -, archdeacon of Colchester, treasurer of the household of Henry IV, 106.

-, -, canon of Salisbury and Wells, 244.

-, See Kyngton.

Kyngeston. See Kingston.

Kyngeston upon Hull, Kyngeston upon Hulle. See Kingston upon Hull.

Kyngestoun, Richard. See Kyngeston.

Kynggeston upon Hull. See Kingston upon Hull.

Kynggiston, Richard. See Kyngeston.

Kynght, John. See Knyght.

Kyngis Norton. See Kings Norton.

Kyngton (Kyngston), Thomas, canon of Southwell, rector of Burton Overy, 221.

Kyngton Magna. See Kington Magna.

Kynne, Robert, priest, 341.

Kynsale, Kynsall. Kynsals. See Kinsale.

Kynwoldmerssh, Kynwoldmersshe, William, rector of Keyston (diocese of Lincoln), 132.

-, William, warden of the hospital of St. James, London, 360.

-, William, the younger (diocese of Lichfield and Coventry), scholar, 510.

Kypast. See Kippax.

Kyppyng, William, priest, 13.

Kyrkebi in Kendale. See Kendal.

Kyrkeby, Edmund, Augustinian friar, papal chaplain, 173, 395.

-, Thomas, clerk, 402.

Kyrkeby on the Moor. See Kirby on the Moor.

Kyrkeby super Wrethek. See Kirby Bellars.

Kyrkestall. See Kirkstall.

Kyrkested, Kyrkestede. See Kirkstead.

Kyrton, diocese of Lincoln (? Kirton in Holland, co. Lincoln). 7.