Index of Persons and Places: U

Pages 706-707

Calendar of Papal Registers Relating To Great Britain and Ireland, Volume 9, 1431-1447. Originally published by His Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1912.

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Uachamayll. See Ougheval.

Uchildre, James de. See Ochiltree.

Ugolinis, Jacobus de, 2, 69 et passim.

Ugolinus. See Georginis.

Uightfeld, Thomas, rector of Clay, (q.v.), 37,

Uitton. See Witton.

Umberleigh, Womberley [co. Devon], repair of the bridge, 248.

UmhallUachtrach, Uumlluachtarach [i.e. the barony of Murrisk, co. Mayo], 117.

Undirhill, dio. Chichester, 584.

Underton [in the parish of Morville, co. Salop], a portion or prebend in Bridgnorth, 125.

Upholland, Holand [co. Lancaster], Benedictine priory, prior of, papal mandatary, 285.

Uplyme [co. Devon], rectory of SS. Peter and Paul's, 485.

Upminster, Upmynstre [co. Essex], 80.

Upton, John, a citizen of London, 309.
-, -, Wpton, Nicholas, rector of Fawley (q.v.), 113.

Uragillich. See Oragillich.

Urbino [Marche, Italy], Anthony, bishop of. See Sancto Vito.

Urney, Nurny [co. Cavan], vicarage of St. Bridget, 493, 528.

Urquhart, Urghard, John, canon of Ross, papal mandatary, 449.
-, -, Wicarde, Wrcharde, William, to be a canon of Ross and vicar of Convinth, 488, 505.

Urquhart, Urchart [co. Elgin], Benedictine priory, prior of, papal mandatary, 142.

Urray. See St. Madidus.

Ursweke, Isabel, damsel, 511.

Urswyck, Thomas, donsel, 240.

Usk, Wsque [co. Monmouth], castle of, 474.

Utrecht [Holland], cathedral church, canons of. See Honberch; Oudencoep.
-, -, collegiate church of St. Mary, canon of. See Oudencoep.

Uumlluachtarach. See Umhall.

Uxonis. See Exonis.