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Index of Persons and Places: W, Y, Z

Pages 630-639

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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Wackerzele, John, John de, Friar Preacher, papal chaplain, 183, 401.

Waddesdon, Wodesdon [co. Bucks], third portion of, 89.

Waddon, Friar, Badone in the diocese of Coutances [in Portisham, co. Dorset], 485.

Wade, John, of Lopham, canon of Tuam, rector of Thelnetham, 189.

-, Ralph, priest, 328.

Wadesword, Wadisword, John, of London, treasurer of Dublin, 66, 67.

Wadham, John, knight, 508.

-, -, Walter his son, clerk, 508.

Wadisword, John. See Wadesword.

Wainfleet, Waynflete [co. Lincoln], Thomas Dinning of, priest, 407.

-, See Waynflet.

Wakeryng, Wakeringe, John, archdeacon of Canterbury, canon of Heytesbury, Lincoln, London (St. Martins-le-Grand and St. Paul's), Salisbury, shaftesbury and Wells, rector of Orpington, vicar of St. Michael's, Coventry, clerk of the rolls, 57, 287, 437, 506.

Waldby, Robert, archbishop of York, 23, 24.

Walden, Waldene, Roger, bishop of London, sometime dean of York, 6, 72, 82, 227.

-, -, canon of Exeter, 89.

Walden. See Saffron Walden.

Waldene, Roger. See Walden.

Wale, Nicholas. See Wall.

Wales, prince of. See Henry, prince of Wales.

-, Henry of, prior of Glascarrig, 235.

-, Richard ap Morgan of, Friar Preacher, licensed to become a Benedictine, 161, 162.

-, See also Wales in I.S.

Waleys, Walys, John, priest, 52.

-, Robert, vicar of Reydon, 323.

Walferston, William, donsel, 15.

-, See Wolferston.

Walington, Walyngton, John, clerk, notary, 352.

Walkington, Walkyngton [co. York. E.R.], 390, 391.

Walkyngton, Thomas, rector of Houghton le Spring, papal chaplain and auditor, 33.

Walkyngton. See Walkington.

Wall, Vale, Wale, Walle, Helen, 286.

-, Nicholas (diocese of Meath), priest, notary, 333.

-, -, rector of Agher (diocese of Meath), 119, 268.

-, See Vayle; Veel.

Wallcot, Bertrand, nobleman, 338.

-, -, Margaret his wife, 338.

Walle, Nicholas. See Wall.

Wallebere, Thomas, rector of Hadstock, 216.

Wallia, Henry de, prior of Glascarrig, 235.

-, See also Wales, above and in I.S.

Walmesforth, John, priest, 406.

Waloyns, Robert de, canon of York, 447.

Walsche, John, priest, 382, 386.

Walsingham, James, rector of Thursford, 489.

Walterr (? Walteri), John, priest, 144.

Waltham, John, noblewoman, 340.

-, Richard, citizen of London, 341.

Waltham [co. Sussex], Augustinian abbey of Holy Cross, abbot of, papal mandatary, 19, 43.

Waltham, diocese of Lincoln, William Wathe of, layman, 286.

Walton, John, archdeacon of Carmarthen, canon of Abergwilly and St. David's rector of Llandefailog Tregraig, 44.

-, John, clerk, notary, 288.

Walton d'Eivile, Walton [co. Warwick], John Straunge of, knight, 364.

-, -, Mabel his relict, 364.

Walton on Thames [co. Surrey], 57.

Walton on the Hill, St. Mary, Walton [near Liverpool, co. Lancaster], 413.

Walyngton, John. See Walington.

Walys, Robert. See Waleys.

Walysby, William, of Tetney, priest, 308.

Wandestre. See Wanstrow.

Wandisforde, Thomas, 338.

-, -, Edeyna his wife, 338.

Wangford, Wangeford [co. Suffolk], Cluniac priory of St. Peter, prior of, papal mandatary, 323.

-, -, Walter, prior, and the convent of, appropriation to, 380.

Wanstrow, Wandestre [co. Somerset], prebend in Wells, 244.

Warde, John, rector of the parish, afterwards warden or master of the collegiate. church of Northill, rector of Yelden, 21, 27, 102, 209, 214.

-, William, priest, 363.

Wardon, Warden [co. Bedford], Cistercian abbey of St. Mary, abbot of, papal mandatary, 27, 102, 131, 209.

Warenna, John de, canon of York, 447.

Warfield, Warfeld [co. Berks], 59.

Waring, William, 18.

-, Sibyl his wife, 18.

Wark, Werck, Werk [co. Northumberland], 130, 132, 135, 145.

Warminster, Wermestre [co. Wilts], 492.

Warmiston, John, Cistercian, 282.

Warter, Wartre [co. York, E.R.], Augustinian priory, prior of. See Ruland.

Wartforde, John. See Watford.

Wartling, Wratling [co. Sussex], prebend in Hastings, 292.

Wartre. See Warter.

Warwick [co. Warwick], earl of. See Beauchamp.

-, Elizabet, countess of, 354.

-, collegiate church [of St. Mary], dean of. See Yonge.

Waryn, John, rector of Menheniot, 492.

-, alias Oldhalle, of Little Fransham, Walter, clerk, 104, 105.

Wassale, Thomas de, Premonstratensian canon, 386.

Wassheborn, William, donsel, 355.

-, -, Sibyl his wife, 355.

Water, John at, 20.

-, -, Cristiana his wife. 20.

-, See Atyewater.

Waterford [co. Waterford], archdeacon of, papal mandatary, 370.

-, Haus, reeve of, 281.

-, See Lismore and Waterford.

Waterton, Watirton, Watyrton, John de (diocese of Lincoln), donsel, 345.

-, -, his wife, damsel, 345.

-, Robert, donsel, 288.

-, Robert de (diocese of York), donsel, 145.

-, -, Cecily his wife, 145.

Watford, Watforde, Wartforde, John, prior, afterwards canon, of St. Bartholomew's, Smithfield, 76, 277, 392, 393, 463, 466.

Wath upon Dearne, Wath [co. York, W.R.], 288, 289.

Wathe, Eudo, layman, 339.

-, Ralph, rector of Little Wilbraham, 349.

-, William, of Waltham, layman, 286.

Watirton, Robert. See Waterton.

Watlington, Watlyngton [co. Norfolk], 316.

Watton [co. York], Gilbertine priory, prior of, papal mandatary, 380, 494.

-, -, -, See Wythby.

Watyrton, Robert de. See Waterton.

Waver, Wavyr [co. Cumberland], river, 272, 273.

Waverley [co. Surrey], Cistercian abbey of St. Mary, John, abbot of, 77.

Wavyr. See Waver.

Waynflet, Waynfelt, John de, clerk, 224.

-, William de, clerk, 224.

Waynflete. See Wainfleet.

Wayngton, diocese of Lincoln, 418.

Wearmouth, Bishop. See Bishop Wearmouth.

Week St. Mary, Wyke St. Mary [co. Cornwall], 221.

Weighton, Market, Wilton [co. York E.R.], prebend in York, 420, 421.

Welbeck, Welbek, Wellebek [co. Notts], Premonstratensian abbey, abbot of, papal mandatary, 76, 77, 343.

-, -, -, a witness, 159.

Welbourne, John. See Welburne.

Welburn. See Hullebora.

Welburne, Welbourne, Wilburne, John rector of Leverington, papal subcollector in England, 296, 297, 438.

-, William, clerk, notary, 93.

Welby, Adlard, of Moulton in Holland, rector of Addlethorpe, 105, 416, 417.

-, Alexander, Cistercian, 335, 393.

Welde, William, abbot of St. Augustine's, Canterbury, 82.

Welden, Peter, rector of Killallon, 475.

Welle, Wele, Henry, rector of Great Cressingham, 285.

-, John, donsel, 347.

-, -, Douce his wife, damsel, 347.

-, Richard, layman, 109.

-, Thomas atte, alias Wellis. See Welles.

-, See Vayle; Veel.

Wellebek. See Welbeck.

Welles, Wellis, Wellis alias atte Welle, Wellys, Henry, archdeacon ef Lincoln, 489.

-, John, 11.

-, -, Margaret his wife, 11.

-, Richard de, priest, 361.

-, Thomas, rector of Lidgate and Ibstock, 27, 28.

-, William, canon of Chichester, 415.

-, William, vicar of Hambledon (diocese of Winchester) and of Kinsale (diocese of Cork), 119.

-, William (diocese of Norwich), priest, 15.

Welleslegh, Reginald, rector of Minster, 227.

Wellington, Welyngton [co. Salop], altar of All Saints in the parish church of, 418.

Wellis, William. See Welles.

Wellis alias atte Welle, Thomas. See Welles.

Wellow, Welwe [co. Somerset], 495.

Wells [co. Somerset], bishop of. See Bath and Wells.

-, dean of, papal mandatary, 7, 92, 501.

-, -, See Stanley; Courteney; Carnyka.

-, subdean of, papal mandatary, 93.

-, -, See Mockyng.

-, precentor of. See Hody.

-, canons of. See Canon; Courteney; Franck; Gardiner; Halywell; Hody; Holbache; Kyngeston; Orum; Polton; Schelford; Schirington; Stourton; Wakeryng; Witton; Zouch.

Wellys, Henry, John, Richard de and William. See Welles.

Welnynge. See Wendling.

Welton, Master John, clerk, notary. 391.

Welton [co. York, E.R.], 390, 391.

Welton le Wold, Welton [co. Lincoln], 419.

Welwe. See Wellow.

Welyngton. See Wellington.

Wenarde, William, 356.

-, -, his wife, 356.

Wendling, Welnynge [co. Norfolk], Premonstratensian abbey of St. Mary, indulgence for the church of, 308.

Wengrave. See Wingrave.

Wensley, Wenslawe [co. York, N.R.], 307, 308.

Wenston or Weorston, Thomas, citizen and fishmonger, of the diocese of London, 358.

Went, Richard, vicar of Kinsale, 87, 119.

Weorston or Wenston, Thomas. See Wenston.

Werck. See Wark.

Werdon, John, chaplain in the parish church of St. Nicholas, Galway, 429.

Werdoud, Richard, archdeacon of Annadown, vicar of Roscam, 454, 455.

Werk. See Wark.

Werkesworthe, Henry, priest, 384.

Werkeworth, Henry, Augustinian canon, 466.

Werkman, William, canon of Salisbury 331, 337.

Wermestre. See Warminster.

Wermouthe. See Bishop Wearmouth.

Wermyngton, Robert, canon of St. Davids, 43.

-, Walter, Benedictine, 359.

Wersterbeke. See Keal.

West, Weste, Richard, 331.

-, -, Denise his wife, 331.

-, Thomas, knight, 353, 356, 359.

-, -, his wife, 353, 356.

Westacre [co. Norfolk], Augustinian priory, prior of, papal mandatary, 78.

Westburne, Thomas, priest, 340.

Westbury on Trym, Westbury [co. Gloucester], collegiate church, canon of. See Clifford.

Westby, Westhby, George, treasurer, afterwards canon, of Salisbury, 61.

-, Thomas, donsel, 342.

-, -, Joan his wife, 342.

West Derham. See Dereham.

Weste, Richard and Thomas. See West.

Westfeld, Nicholas, clerk, 462.

West Keal. See Keal.

West Knighton. See Knighton.

West Smytfeld. See London.

West Tilbury. See Tilbury.

Westelegh. See Westleigh.

Westhby, Thomas. See Westby.

Westleigh, Westelegh [co. Devon], 326, 342.

Westminster, Weston, Benedictine abbey of St. Peter, abbot of, faculty to, 333.

-, -, -, papal mandatary, 8, 9, 57, 58, 72, 86, 91, 92, 154, 196, 217, 232, 251, 286, 322324, 326, 343, 366, 378, 380, 397, 401, 483, 490, 496, 497.

-, -, abbot and convent of, appropriation to, 80.

-, -, -, indult to, 161.

-, -, -, letters conservatory for, 19.

-, -, prior of. See Whateley.

-, -, monk of, 74.

-, -, steward and provost or bailiff of, 161.

-, -, chapel royal of St. Stephen, canons of. See Ayleston; Clifford; Merston.

-, hospital of St. James. See London.

-, letters of Henry IV dated at, 225.

-, lodging of the archbishop of York by, 447.

Westmoreland, earl of. See Neville.

Weston, Edmund, donsel, 330.

-, John, citizen of London, 405.

-, -, -, Joan his wife, 405.

-, Thomas, archdeacon of Durham, canon of Howden and York, warden of Greatham hospital, rector of Sedgefield, 38, 39.

Weston. See Westminster.

-, Market, Weston Hoovell [co. Suffolk], 385.

Wethamstede. See Wheathampstead.

Wethyrby, John, Cistercian, 402.

Wexford, Weysford [co. Wexford], parish church of St. Mary, 494.

Weyerdene, diocese of Norwich, 11.

Weylond, Margaret, 11.

Weysford. See Wexford.

Weysteyllebury. See Tilbury, West.

Whalley, Vhalley [co. Lancaster], Cistercian abbey of St. Mary, monks of, 275, 276, 402.

-, vicarage of, 276.

Whaplode, Quapplod [co. Lincoln], Thomas Rosson of, 22.

-, -, John his son, priest, 22.

-, parish church of St. Mary, 22.

-, See Quappelode.

Whateley, Robert, prior of Westminster, 335.

Whathamstede, Whathamstad, Hugh, Benedictine, papal minor penitentiary, 79.

-, John, Benedictine, 358.

Wheathampstead, Wethamstede, Whethamstede [co. Herts], 248, 501.

Wheery, Faygri [King's County], 234.

Whethamstede. See Wheathampstead.

Whickham, Quicham [co. Durham], parish church of St. Mary, 306.

Whiston, Whitstone [co. York, W.R.], 320.

Whitby, Robert, rector of Bassingbourn, 208.

Whitchestre, William, the younger, donsel, 135.

Whitchurch, Whytchurche [co. Bucks], 465.

-, Wychechurche [co. Oxford], 222.

Whiteparish [co. Wilts], 312, 315, 415.

Whitstone. See Whiston.

Whittington, Wythyndon [co. Gloucester], 388.

Whyceloff or Whyteloff, Gerard. priest, 409.

Whyt, John. See Whyte.

Whytard, John, rector of Ford, 292.

Whytchurche. See Whitchurch.

Whyte, Qwhyte, Whyt, Adam, of Lynn, 14.

-, -, his wife, 14.

-, Hugh, citizen of Dublin, 11.

-, -, -, Sarah his wife, 11.

-, John, vicar of St. Philip's, Bristol, 32.

-, John, priest (diocese of Lincoln), 405.

-, Richard, priest, 398.

Whyteloff or Whyceloff, Gerard, priest, 409.

Whytewell, William, rector of Allington, 38.

Whythed, Thomas, priest, 407.

Whyturgdon Parva. See Withington.

Whytyneer, John, rector of Chedzoy, 419.

Wickleff, John. See Wycliffe.

Wideford with Wivellesforde. See Wilsford and Woodford.

Wigginton, Wygynton [co. York, N.R.], 330.

Wighton. See Wyktone.

Wilbraham, Little, Little Wilbergham [co. Cambridge], 439.

Wilburne, William. See Welburne.

Wildon, Thomas, esquire, 404, 409.

-, -, Joan his wife, 404, 409.

Wilford, Wilforde, Elizabet, of London, 352.

-, Thomas (diocese of London), 364.

-, -, Elizabeth his relict, 364.

Willingham, Wyllingham, diocese of Lincoln, 512.

Willoughby, William de. See Villouby.

Willoughton, Wilughton, Wylughton [co. Lincoln], Hospitallers house, preceptor of. See Crownhall.

Wilton. See Wilton.

Wilsford and Woodford, Wivellesford and Wodeford, Wivellesforde and Wideforde [co. Wilts], prebend in Salisbury, 50, 112.

Wilstorp, Henry, rector of Burton, 510.

Wilton, Wylton [co. Somerset], 486.

-, Willton [co. Wilts], Benedictine abbey, secular canons of. See Courteney; Feriby.

-, See Weighton.

Wilts, archdeacon of. See Sydenham.

Wilughton. See Willoughton.

Wimblington, Wymlyngton [co. Cambridge], Andrew Modi of, serf, 286.

Wimborne Minster, Wymburnmynstre [co. Dorset], chapel royal, canon of. See Shelford.

Winchcomb, Wynchecombe, Wynchecumbe, John, alias Bradeley, vicar of Sherborne, 7.

-, Thomas, of London, or of the diocese of London, clerk, 13, 17.

-, Tideman de, bishop of Worcester, 80.

Winchecombe, Wynchecombe, Wynchecumbe [co. Gloucester], Benedictine abbey, abbot of, papal mandatary, 7.

-, -, abbot and convent of, 219, 220.

-, -, letters dated at, 219.

-, parish church of, 219.

Winchester [co. Southants], bishop of, papal mandatary, 6, 10, 59, 89, 133, 155, 156, 192, 202, 212, 322, 343, 434, 438, 443.

-, -, See Wykeham; Beaufort.

-, official of, papal mandatary. 305.

-, -, See Elmere.

-, parish church of St. John in the Soke, 202.

-, hospital of St. Cross, warden of. See Forest.

-, Hyde by, Benedictine abbey, monk of, 200.

Windsor, Windesor, Wyndesore [co. Berks], chapel royal in the castle of, dean of. See Kyngeston.

-, -, canon of. See Spit.

Winfrith Newburgh, Wynfred [co. Dorset], 294.

Wingrave, Wengrave, Wyngrave [co. Bucks], 324, 339.

Winne, John, citizen of London, 339.

-, -, -, his wife, 339.

Winterton. See Wynton.

Winteryngham, Robert, 386.

-, -, Joan his wife, 386.

Wintney, Hartley. See Hartley Wintney.

Wirdehiff, John. See Wyndehill.

Wirksop. See Worksop.

Wisbech, Wysebech, Wyssebech, John, rector of Newton Longville, 49, 54.

-, Walter de, archdeacon of East Riding, 447.

Wisborough Green, Wysseborgh [co. Sussex], prebend in Chichester, 507.

Witberi, John, donsel, 223.

-, -, Henry his son, donsel, 223, 224.

Withed, Wythed, John, rector of Stabannon, 291.

Withern, Wytheran [co. Lincoln], 92.

Withernsea, Wythornse [co. York, E.R.], 76, 127.

Withington, Whyturgdon Parva [co. Hereford], prebend in Hereford, 58.

Withycombe Raleigh [co. Devon]. chapel of St. John Baptist, 487, 488.

-, parish church of St. John Baptist, 508.

Witton, Wyhttone, Wytton, John, Carmelite, papal chaplain, 167.

-, John, priest, 345.

-, Robert, canon of Wells, 53.

Witton le Wear, Witton [co. Durham], SS. Philip and James prebend in Auckland, 209, 312.

Wivellesford and Wodeford, Wivelesforde and Wideforde. See Wilsford and Woodford.

Wiverton. See Wynton.

Wlserost. See Ulverscroft.

Wlverston, Richard. See Ulverston.

Wlverstone, Roger. See Ulverston.

Wnysh or Wuysh, Walter de, clerk, 320.

Woburn, Wouburne [co. Bedford], Cistercian abbey of St. Mary, abbot and convent of, appropriation to, 464, 465.

Woddam, John, priest, notary, 333.

Wode, John, citizen of Worcester, 355.

-, -, -, his wife, 355.

-, John atte, citizen of Worcester, 357.

-, -, -, Alice his wife, 357.

Wodeford, Wodeforde, Mabel, noblewoman, 339.

-, Robert, donsel, 383.

-, -, Isabel his wife, damsel, 383.

Wodesdon. See Waddesdon.

Wodevile, Richard, donsel, 363.

-, -, Joan his wife, 363.

Wodham, John, registrar of the archbishop of York, 288.

-, Master John (diocese of York), clerk, notary, 391.

Wogan, Woghan, Thomas, canon of Ferns, 211, 243.

Wolferston, Roger, esquire, 12.

-, -, Elizabeth his relict, 12.

-, See Walferston.

Wolpet. See Woolpit.

Wolvercote near Oxford, chapel of SS. Peter and Paul, 441.

Wolverhampton, Vulherenhampton [co. Stafford], chapel royal, canon of. See Lassels.

Wombewell, Vombewell, Robert, priest, 147.

-, Thomas de, donsel, 146.

-, -, Elizabeth his wife, 146.

Woodburn, Urburne [co. Antrim], Premonstratensian abbey of St. Mary, abbot and convent of, 310.

Woodford, prebend in Salisbury, with Wilsford, q.v.

Woolpit, Wolpet [co. Suffolk], 342.

Worcester [co. Worcester], bishop of, mensa of, 457.

-, -, papal mandatary, 6, 29, 53, 58, 66, 88, 102, 109, 113, 127, 137, 236, 237.

-, -, patronage of, 91.

-, -, See Winchcomb; Clifford; Peverel.

-, Walter (Reynolds or Maidston), bishop of, 236.

-, Benedictine priory of St. Mary (cathedral), prior of, faculty to, 351.

-, -, -, See Fordham.

-, -, prior and chapter of, 79.

-, -, -, patronage of, 91.

-, -, prior and monks of, 355.

-, -, monks of, 275, 361, 364, 498, 499.

-, John Horsford, citizen of, 355.

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

-, John atte Wode, citizen of, 357.

-, -, -, Alice his wife, 357.

-, John Wode, citizen of, 355.

-, - -, his wife, 355.

Worfield, Worfeld [co. Salop], 126, 501.

Workesley, Edmund de, donsel, 70.

-, Richard, 462.

-, -, Margery his daughter, 462.

Worksop, Wirksop, Wyrkesop, Wyrksop [co. Notts], Augustinian priory of SS. Mary and Cuthbert, prior of, papal mandatary, 194.

-, -, -, See Laghton.

-, -, prior and convent of, 158.

-, -, canon of, 162.

Worly, John, 409.

-, -, Margaret his wife, 409.

Worstode, Thomas, of Lynn, 357.

-, -, -, Agnes his wife, 357.

Worthe, diocese of Lincoln, 143, 144.

Wotton, Worton, John, rector of Iwerne Courtnay, chaplain of Asserton, canon of Bangor, etc., 31.

Wouburne. See Woburn.

Wragby [co. Lincoln], Robert Clerke of, 329.

-, -, Elena his wife, 329.

Wratling. See Wartling.

Wraxall, Wroxale [co. Somerset], 502.

Writhlington, Wrytelyngton, Wyrtelyngton [co. Somerset], prebend in Salisbury with Fordington, q. v.

Wro, William, serf, 377.

Wroughton Elingdon, Glyndon [co. Wilts], 512.

Wroxale. See Wraxall.

Wryght, Wrygh, Wrygth, Richard, rector of Lurgashall, 92, 93.

-, Robert, of Smallburgh, 405.

-, -, -, Cristiana his wife, 405.

-, William, clerk, 145.

Wrytelyngton. See Writhlington.

Wuysh or Wnysh, Walter de, clerk, 320.

Wyche or Wythe, Maurice. See Wythe.

Wychechurche. See Whitchurch.

Wycliffe, Wickleff, John, condemnation of the works of, 148n., 174, 343, 344.

Wycombe, High, Wycombe [co. Bucks], chapel of Holy Trinity and St. Mary in the cemetery of the parish church of, 455.

Wygynton. See Wigginton.

Wyhttone, John. See Witton.

Wyke, John, rector of St. Stephen's, Bristol, 12.

-, John. clerk, 154.

Wyke St. Mary. See Week St. Mary.

Wykeham, Wykham, Thomas, donsel, 16.

-, -, Elizabeth his wife, 16.

-, William of, bishop of Winchester, 6.

Wyking, Vincent, vicar of St. Peter's in the East, Oxford, 364.

Wyktone (? Wighton, co. Norfolk), Robert Rose of, subdeacon. 444.

Wyllingham. See Willingham.

Wylmondi, Wylmound, John, rector of the third portion, called Semer, of the parish church of Dickleburgh, 382.

-, Walter, priest, 385.

Wylton. See Wilton.

Wylughton. See Willoughton.

Wylyam alias Spaynell, Mark, 384.

-, -, Agnes his wife, 384.

Wymburnmynstre. See Wimborne Minster.

Wymlyngton. See Wimblington.

Wynbourne, John, Augustinian canon, 282.

Wynchecombe, Wynchecumbe. See Winchcombe.

Wynchecombe, alias Bradeley, John. See Winchcomb.

Wynchecumbe, Thomas. See Winchcomb.

Wynchedon, William, canon of Cork, 88.

Wyndehill, Wirdehiff, John, rector of Arncliffe, 483.

Wynder, Nicholas, clerk, 65.

Wyndesore. See Windsor.

Wynfred. See Winfrith Newburgh.

Wynghefelde, William, donsel, 405.

-, -, Catherine his wife, 405.

Wyngrave. See Wingrave.

Wynkeperie, Wynkeperye, John, canon of Astley, rector of Bluntisham, vicar of Long Stanton, All Saints, 189, 319.

Wynkley, Mabel de, 194.

Wynteney. See Hartley Wintney.

Wynter, Wyntter, Wyntyr, John, donsel, of the diocese of Norwich, 146, 147.

-, -, Eleanor his wife, 146, 147.

-, Roger, rector of Slane, afterwards of St. Mary's, Drogheda, 155, 156.

Wynton, Peter de, clerk, notary, 214.

Wynton, diocese of Norwich (? Winterton or Wiveton, co. Norfolk), John Alman of, 215.

-, -, Heloise his wife, 215.

Wyntonia, Robert de, canon of York, 447.

Wyntter, John. See Wynter.

Wyntyr, Roger. See Wynter.

Wynwyk, Richard, rector of Walton on the Hill, Liverpool, 413.

Wyot, Thomas, rector of a moiety of Cotgrave, 273.

Wyrdon, Edward de, clerk, notary, 334.

Wyrkesop, Wyrksop. See Worksop.

Wyrtelyngton. See Writhlington.

Wysebech, John. See Wisbech.

Wysham, William, knight, 418.

-, -, Guy his son, clerk, 418.

Wyssebech, John. See Wisbech.

Wysseborgh. See Wisborough Green.

Wyth, Agnes. See Wythe.

Wytham, Richard, rector of Gasthorpe, afterwards of Hedenham, 500.

Wythby, John de, prior of Watton, 238.

Wythe, Wyth, Wythe or Wyche, Agnes, 457.

-, Eudo, clerk, 289.

-, Maurice, rector of Annagh, 131.

Wythed, John. See Withed.

Wytheran. See Withern.

Wythornse. See Withernsea.

Wythyndon. See Whittington.

Wytkirk, John, Cistercian, papal chaplain, 497.

Wytteby, John, rector of Chadwell, 73, 74.

Wytton, John. See Witton.

Wytynton, Thomas, vicar of Toller Porcorum, 246, 247.

Y

Yadgra, Thady. See Oadgra.

Yagayn, Odo. See Oagayn.

Yaneworth. See Yanworth.

Yanfyn, Magonus. See Oanfyn.

Yanworth, Yaneworth, Zanewerth [co. Gloucester], 219, 220.

Yarewelle, Walter de, canon of York, 447.

Yarmouth. See Southtown.

Yate [co. Gloucester], 206.

Ybflachnyed, diocese of Kilfenora, 45.

Ybragan, Dermit. See Obragan.

Ybuill, Simon. See Obuill.

Ychonchubair, Donald. See Oconchuyr.

Ycibayn, John. See Ocibayn.

Ycirrubayn, Cianus. See Ocirrubayn.

Ycornicay, William. See Ocornicay.

Ycturtiri alias Ganga. See Ganga.

Ydobcayn, David. See Odubagan.

Yelden, Zyvelden [co. Bedford], 214.

-, See Zywylden.

Yelvertoft [co. Northants], 26, 92, 505.

Yelverton, John, 498.

-, -, Margery his wife, 498.

Yeovil, Yeucle [co. Somerset], 496.

Yevelle, Yewyll, North. See Northill.

Yfergail, William. See O'Farrell.

Yfergayl, Celestin. See O'Farrell.

Yhatir, John. See Ohatir.

Yhimmert, John. See Ohainnarach.

Ykeallaygh, Bernard son of Eugenius. See O'Kelly.

Ylongayg, Andrew. See Olongayg.

Ymalcorkra, Thomas. See Omolcorkra.

Ymechayr, Thomas. See Omechayr.

Ymleachafada. See Emlaghfad.

Ymochlayn, Odo. See Omochlayn.

Ymulaapayll, Cornelius. See Omlampaylls.

Ynisemocholmog. See Inch.

Yniskealtra. See Inishcaltra.

Ynis Meain alias Portmien. See Inish Maine.

Ynnsemocholmog. See Inch.

Ynnyskronayn. See Inniscronane.

Ynsynmacneryn. See Inchmacnerin.

Ynyskayn, Deynyscaein (rectius de Ynyscaein). See Inniskeen.

Yoengassa, Donatus. See Ooengassa.

Yogayn, John. See Ohogayn.

Yoing, John. See Yonge.

Yoksale, William, chaplain, 273.

Yonge, Yoing, Yong, Gruffin, schismatic bishop elect of Bangor, 502, 503.

-, Richard, bishop of Bangor. afterwards of Rochester, 5, 25, 337.

-, Thomas, dean of Warwick collegiate church, 364.

-, John, Augustinian canon, 382, 466.

-, William, archdeacon of Meath, 442, 448.

-, William, of Methwold, 331.

-, -, -, Jemma his wife, 331.

York, dukes of. See Edward; Langley.

-, -, -, Philippa, duchess of. See Edward.

-, Richard of, knight, cousin of Henry IV, 132.

-, -, Anne of March, his wife, damsel, kinswoman of Henry IV, 132.

-, archbishop of, court of, proctor of, 390.

-, -, faculty for, 97, 214.

-, -, jurisdication of, over Queen's Hall, Oxford, 377.

-, -, -, over the chapter of York, 378.

-, -, London lodging of, by Westminster, 447.

-, -, manor of, 24.

-, -, mensa of, 23.

-, -, papal legate, appointed collector of a papal subsidy, 97.

-, -, papal mandatary, 8, 29, 81, 83, 90, 92, 97, 113, 132, 162, 194, 214, 219, 227, 238, 302, 327, 343, 365, 496.

-, -, patronage of, 320, 321.

-, -, person in the service of, 92.

-, -, See Neville; Arundel; Waldby; Scrope; Bowet; Gray.

-, archbishop elect of. See Hallum.

-, William (Melton or Zouch), archbishop of, 391.

-, dean of, oath extorted from by the chapter, 509.

-, -, papal mandatary, 94, 106, 197, 253, 322, 378.

-, -, See Insula; Pikering; Stafford; Walden; Clifford; Basset; Langley; Prophet.

-, dean and chapter of, 138, 305, 420, 421, 447, 508.

-, -, patronage of, 320, 321.

-, subdean of. See Mapurley.

-, or West Riding, archdeacon of. See Corryngham; Pilton; Cardinal bishops (Sabina); Cardinal priests (Sancti Quatuor Coronati); Cardinal deacons (SS. Cosmas and Damian's, St. Vitus's in Macello).

-, precentor of. See Norwich; Kerby; Fairfax.

-, treasurer of, papal mandatary, 76, 321, 349.

-, -, See Rutherfelde; Newton.

-, chancellor of, papal mandatary, 39.

-, -, See Rippillingham; Rikynghale.

-, canons of, patronage of, 321.

-, -, See Appilton; Baldok; Beaufort; Blida: Bowet; Bruer; Cardinal bishops (Sabina); Cardinal priests (Sancti Quatuor Coronati); Cardinal deacons (SS. Cosmas and Damian's, St. Vitus's in Macello); Catrik; Cawode; Cestre; Cherleton; Clare; Cliff; Clifford; Corryngham; Courteney; Derham; Faryngton; Feld; Flemming; Giffard; Grimm; Haveringe; Hexham; Ixworth; Lovell; Manfeld; Mare; Merston; Monteacuto; Moston; Neville; Nostel; Nottingham; Pilton; Pittes; Polton; Prophet: Romanus; Rutherfelde; Ryssheton; Schirington; Staunton; Tibbay; Ullerston; Waloyns; Warenna; Weston; Wyntonia; Yarewelle; Zouch.

-, chapter of, 508, 509.

-, -, consent of to appropriations, 274, 288.

-, -, letters patent of, 215.

-, -, papal letters to, 83.

-, -, patronage of, 321.

-, -, pension to, from appropriated church, 274.

-, persone of, patronage of, 321.

-, cathedral church of, indulgences for the repair of, 137, 138, 304, 305.

-, -, papal privileges to, 508.

-, -, statutes and customs of, 378, 379, 447, 448, 508, 509.

-, -, vassals of, 83.

-, chapter-house of, letters dated in, 215, 421.

-, religious houses:

Benedictine abbey of St. Mary's, abbot of, papal mandatary, 8, 281, 298, 320, 322, 343, 349, 378, 401, 439, 469, 484.

-, -, See Spofforth; Stayngreve.

-, abbot and convent of, appropriation to, 192.

-, abbot and convent of, patronage of, 90, 192, 321.

-, monk of, 383.

Benedictine priory of Holy Trinity, prior of, papal mandatary, 411.

-, -, See Castell.

-, prior and convent of, 401.

-, monk of, 401.

-, indulgence for the church of, 293.

Augustinian friary, chapel of St. Catherine in, 221.

-, collegiate chapel of St. Mary the Virgin and All Angels, canons of. See Cristemasse; Storthwayt.

-, fraternity of St. Christopher, 144.

-, parish churches:

All Saints, North Street, All Saints in North Strete, 443.

St. Peter's the Little, 321.

St. Saviour's, chantry of St. Anne in, 22.

St. Wilfrid's, 135, 206.

-, hospitals:

St. Leonard's 410, 503, 504.

St. Mary's, Boutham, Bouthum, rector or master of. See Petteling.

-, archdeaconry of, visitation of, 389, 390.

-, city and diocese of, clergy of, envoy of to the Council of Pisa, 159, 192.

-, -, clergy and people of, papal letters to, 83.

-, -, papal legate to, 99.

-, province of, clergy of, 171.

-, -, papal subsidy in, 97.

-, William de Alne, citizen of, 338.

-, -, -, Catherine his wife, 338.

-, William Bowesse, citizen of, 364.

-, -, -, Isabel his wife, 364.

-, William de, Burton, citizen of, sometime serf, 23, 24.

-, William Gatesheved, citizen of, 404.

-, -, -, Margaret his wife, 404.

-, Richard Losthouse of, clerk, 374.

-, William Lovell of, clerk, 28.

-, William Reresby of, scholar, 22.

-, William Scorburgh, citizen of, 330.

-, -, -, Avice his wife, 330.

-, Master John Stanton, John de Stanton of, clerk, proctor of the archbishop's court, 390, 391.

Yreachdagan, John. See Orodogan.

Ysham, John, Benedictine, 363.

Yve, Roger, of Leaton, rector of the chapel of St. John Baptist, Albrighton, warden of the chantry college of Battlefield by Shrewsbury, 225, 226.

Ywair, John. See Owair.

Z

Zabarella, Francis. See Cardinal deacons (SS. Cosmas and Damian's).

Zanewerth. See Yanworth.

Zara [Dalmatia], archbishop of, papal mandatary, 344.

Zedon, Robert, priest, 382.

Zouch, Zouche, Eudo la, archdeacon of Huntingdon and of Sudbury, canon of Lincoln, Wells and York, rector of Milton, afterwards of Hogsthorpe, 40, 105, 123, 124, 162, 163, 411, 412.

-, John, John la, bishop of Llandaff, 113.

-, -, minister-provincial of the Friars Minors of England, 78.

Zyvelden. See Yelden.

Zywylden, John, rector of Carleton, 12, 16.