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'Index of Persons and Places: A', Calendar of Papal Registers Relating to Great Britain and Ireland, Volume 7: 1417-1431 (1906), pp. 577-583. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=104387 Date accessed: 01 October 2014.


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Abbergwylly. See Abergwilly.

Abbeyderg, Darg, Dearg [parish of Taghsheenod, co. Longford], Augustinian priory of St. Mary, alias St. Peter, prior of, papal mandatary, 398, 423, 424.

-, -, canon of, 84.

Abbeygormacan, Nouauia, Vianoua [co. Galway], Augustinian abbey of St. Mary, abbot of, papal mandatary, 106 (corrigenda), 190 (corrigenda), 265 (corrigenda), 423 (corrigenda), 542.

-, -, Thomas, abbot of, 126 (corrigenda).

- -, abbot of. See Ohaingayn.

-, -, abbot and convent of, appropriation to, 128.

Abbeyleix. See Leix.

Abbibroth, Abbirbrothok. See Arbroath.

Abbotsbury, Abbottsbury [co. Dorset], Benedictine abbey, abbot of. See Peroy.

Aberbrothoc, Aberbrothog. See Arbroath.

Aberbuthnoth. See Arbuthnott.

Aberdaron [co. Carnarvon], 285, 365.

Aberdeen, Aberden, Alberden, bishop of, papal mandatary, 174, 178, 234, 235, 346, 347, 371.

-, bishop and chapter of, patronage of, 67, 74, 93, 99, 138, 140, 358, 361.

-, Gilbert, bishop of. See Grenlaw.

-, Henry, bishop of. See Leighton.

-, dean of. See Atholia; Lawedre; Lyndesay; Militis; Scrymegeour; Spalding; Tunnok.

-, archdeacon of. See Fauconer; Leighton; Tynyngham.

-, precentor of, papal mandatary, 188, 400.

-, - See Tunnok.

-, chancellor of, papal mandatary, 188.

-, official of. See Hervy.

-, canons of. See Atholia; Barbier; Bute; Eddynham; Feldew; Glendinwine; Grab; Grenlaw; Hawyke; Hervy; Macnachtane; Militis; Myrton; Schenes; Spalding; Tunnok; Tynyngham.

-, parish church of St. Nicholas, 235.

-, -, altar of SS. Ninian and Laurence in, 235.

-, vicarage of, 189.

-, provost and bailies of, 234, 235.

Abergwilly, Abbergwylly, Aberghwyly, Aberguylly, Abyrguylly [co. Carmarthen], collegiate church, precentor of. See Hore.

-, -, chancellor of. See Chichele; Penoryoh.

-, -, canons of. See Chichele; Estcourt; Lyndewode; Penorych.

Aberlemno. See Auldbar.

Abingdon, Abyndon [co. Berks], Benedictine abbey, abbot of, papal mandatary, 145, 409.

Abington, Abyndon alias Abyngdon [co. Northants], 153, 502.

- Pigotts, Abynton [co. Herts and Cambridge], 430.

-, Wothina (formerly Uaithne or Owney) [co. Limerick], Cistercian abbey, abbot of, papal mandatary, 52.

Abirbrothe, Abirbrothoc, Abirbrothok. See Arbroath.

Abirnethi, William de, 170.

-, -, Margaret de Borthwik his relict, 170.

Abribrothock. See Arbroath.

Aburham, John, donsel, 87.

Abyndon. See Abingdon.

- alias Abyngdon. See Abington.

Abynton. See Abington Pigotts.

Abyrguylly. See Abergwilly.

Acachadluuga, Acachadluugha. See Aghaloo.

Acberen Omany. See Aughrim.

Acchadlurcaire. See Aghalurcher.

Acchyngowan. See Auchingowan.

Acclam, John, of London, donsel, 324.

-, -, Joan his wife, 324.

Achabdo, Achabo. See Aghaboe.

Achabull. See Aghowle.

Achadbo. See Aghaboe.

Achadeo , archdeacon de. See Aghadoe.

Achadeyrg. See Aghaderg.

Achadluuga, Achadluugha. See Aghaloo.

Achadubfaid. See Aghadowey.

Achadlunga. See Aghaloo.

Achanureyr. See Ardnurcher.

Acheocayll, Acheochaille, Acheochayll, Acheochaylle, Acheocheaill. See Ahoghill.

Achgudhdaimh alias Bhodomnaich See Bodoney.

Achmickairt. See Aghmacart.

Achneiffe. See Auchnave.

Achonry [co. Sligo], bishop of, papal mandatary, 254, 298, 436.

-, Donatus, bishop of, 346.

-, Magonius, bishop of. See O'Hara.

-, Richard, bishop of. See Belmer.

-, provost of, papal mandatary, 95, 108, 264, 271.

-, - See Macdonnchaid; Oheadgra (Cormac and Eugenius).

-, official of, papal mandatary, 396.

-, canons of. See Macdonnchaid; Obeollayn; Oheadgra.

-, chapter etc. of, papal letters to, 346.

-, city and diocese of, difficulty of obtaining justice in the, 558.

Achoyr. See Aghoure.

Achras. See Aughris.

Achrim. See Aughrim.

Ackworth, Acworth [co. York, W.R.], 140.

Acomb, Acom [co. York, W.R.], John Fernelay of, 520.

-, -, Joan his wife, 520.

Acre, Castle, Castelacre [co. Norfolk], Cluniac priory, monk of, 516.

-, South, Southacre [co. Norfolk], 536.

Acrehalle, Atrehalle, Attehalle, Robert, clerk, 573.

Acworth. See Ackworth.

Adber, Over Attebere [co. Somerset], chapel of St. Mary the Virgin, 498, 499.

Adchbui. See Athboy.

Addestoke. See Adstock.

Adeson, William, vicar of Linton, 293.

Adlingfleet, Athelynfelt [co. York, W.R.], 57.

Adria , An. de, letters corrected in the papal registers by, 298, 573 note.

Adria [Lombardy], bishop of, papal mandatary, 352, 460, 463, 484, 487, 538–540, 542, 559, 560.

Adrian IV, pope, 564.

Adstock, Addestoke [co.Bucks], 273.

Adynnet, Thomas, clerk, notary, 427.

Ægina, Eginnen. [Greece], bishop of, papal mandatary, 266, 270.

Agello, Francis de [bishop of Todi, q.v.], corrector of letters in the papal registers, 19, 20, 47, 51–53, 55, 57, 61, 65, 68, 69, 72, 73, 75, 76, 80, 85, 89, 92, 93, 97, 100–113, 115, 116, 118, 119, 125–127, 137, 139, 141–145, 149, 151, 156, 158, 162, 163, 165, 166, 168, 173, 175, 180–182, 185–190, 193, 194, 202–204, 207, 213, 216–218, 226, 228, 230, 235, 237, 238, 241, 242, 245, 246, 249, 259, 262, 265–269, 271, 272, 281, 283, 285, 286, 288, 290, 296, 329, 331, 343, 347, 350–353, 356, 358, 369.

Aghaboe, Achabdo, Achabo, Achadbo [Queen's County], 74, 486.

Aghaderg, Achadeyrg [co. Down], prebend in Dromore, 122.

Aghadoe, de Achadeo [co. Kerry], archdeacon of, papal mandatary, 396, 490.

Aghadowey, Achadubfaid [co. Londonderry], 44.

Aghaloo, Acachadluuga, Acachadluugha, Achadluuga, Achadluugha, Achalunga, Archlacachliuga [co.Tyrone], 43, 44, 68, 70, 71, 188.

Aghalurcher, Acchadlurcaire [co. Fermanagh], 354, 355.

Aghavallen, Athmalynd [co. Kerry], 483.

Aghelreylteane alias Balypiteraydh, diocese of Leighlin, 489.

Aghmacart, Achmickart [Queen's County], Augustinian priory, prior of, papal mandatary, 398.

Aghoure alias Freshford, Achoyr [co. Kilkenny], church of St. Lactanus (St. Lachtain], prebend in Ossory, 101.

Aghowle, Achabull [co. Wicklow], prebend in Leighlin, 51, 92.

Aghton. See Aughton.

Ahoghill, Acheocayll, Acheochaille, Acheochayll, Acheochaylle, Acheocheaill [co. Antrim], rectory of, 39, 40, 54, 55, 91, 187, 188.

Aghton, William, archdeacon of Bedford, 198.

Airally, Peter, donsel, 335.

-, -, Alice his wife, 335.

Aiscogh, William, of Cowling, esquire, 301.

- William, of Thirsk, priest, 301.

Aix-les-Bains [Savoie, France], chapter-general of the Hospitallers at, 196.

Ajacio [Corsica], bishop of. See Didaci.

Alamandi, Alamanus, Lewis. See Cardinal priests (St. Cecilia's).

Albanach, Albanath (i.e, the Scot), Michael, prior of Muckamore, 153, 514.

Albania, Finaly de, a Friar Preacher, papal nuncio to Scotland, 6, 7.

-, -, bishop of Argyll, 69, 473, 474.

Albano [Campagna, Italy], Jordan, bishop of. See Cardinal bishops.

Albany, Murdac and Robert, dukes of. See Stewart.

Alberd, Martin, priest, 421.

Alberden. See Aberdeen.

Albergati, de Albergatis, B. Nicholas, bishop of Bologna, papal envoy to negotiate peace between England and France, 9.

Albert V, duke of Austria, 49.

Albertis, Coradus de, citizen of Florence, 16.

Albotractu , abbey de. See Tracton.

Album monasterium . See Whiteparish.

Albus, Richard, a benefactor of St. Mary's abbey, Dublin, 130.

Alcok, Hugh, clerk, notary, 530.

Aldam, John, vicar of Southwick, 572.

Aldbar. See Auldbar.

Aldbury. See Aldenbi.

Aldeby, Robert, abbot of Sibton, 326.

Aldefordi, Edmund, rector of Stoke, 508.

Aldenbi, diocese of Lincoln [? Aldbury, co. Herts], 508.

Alderby, Henry, priest, 233.

Aldton, Roger de, layman, 455, 456, 466.

Alet [Aude, France], bishop of, papal mandatary, 17, 164, 165, 167, 168, 171, 180, 190, 201, 202, 206, 207, 216–218, 228–230, 234, 237, 241–244, 246, 248, 254, 263, 265–268, 270, 271, 288, 290, 293, 295, 345, 350, 351, 353–356, 359, 367, 377, 383, 395–398, 400, 403–405, 424, 426, 435, 436, 442, 443, 446, 454, 455, 460–463, 468, 471, 480, 481, 487, 489, 495, 496, 508–511, 516, 518, 520, 521, 538–541, 571.

-, Peter, bishop of. See Assalbitus.

Alexander IV, letters of, 290, 385.

Alexander V, 10, 49, 86.

-, exemplification of letters from the register of, 10, 22.

Alexandri, Margaret, widow, 307.

Aleyn, Charles, priest, 430.

-, John, priest, 329.

-, John, citizen of London, 421.

-, -, -, Joan his wife, 421.

Alfenston. See Alfriston.

Alfonso V, king of Aragon, 34.

Alfriston, Alfenston [co. Sussex], 411, 433.

Aliotus , registers rubricated by, 141 note, 293 note, 369 note, 432 note, 478 note, 495 note.

Alith. See Alyth.

Allathe, Richard, of Wigtoft, donsel, 415.

-, -, Isabel his wife, 415.

Allerton, Robert, rector of Amersham, clerk of the offices of the household (clerk of the kitchen) of Henry V, 221.

Allerton Chapel, Aluerton [co. Somerset], 524.

Almanye, Thomas, donsel, 550.

-, -, his wife, 550.

Almar, Herbert de, i. e. Herbert Delamere, donsel, 256.

Almer, Almere [co. Dorset], 223.

Almond, Aumonde [cos. Edinburgh and Linlithgow], river, 152.

Alncrych or Aluerych (? Alurede), John, priest, 551.

Alnewick, Alnewyk, John, priest, 305.

-, Alnewik, Alnewyck, Alnewyk, William, archdeacon of Salisbury, canon of York, secretary of Henry V, afterwards bishop of Norwich, 17, 205, 323, 476, 517.

-, William de, Premonstratensian canon, 369.

-, - See Halnewyke.

Alnewyck, abbey of. See Alnewick.

Alnewyk, John and William. See Alnewick.

Alnwick, Alnewyck [co. Northumberland], Premonstratensian abbey of St. Mary, canon of, 369.

- See Alnewick; Halnewyke.

Alsy alias Buk, clerk, notary, 216.

Altoftes, John, clerk, notary, 347.

Aluerych or Alncrych (? Alurede), John, priest, 551.

Aluerom, William, Benedictine monk, 446.

Aluerton. See Allerton Chapel.

Alwington, Alwyngton [co. Devon], 155, 364.

Alwyn, Thomas, priest, of the diocese of Lincoln, 315.

-, Thomas, clerk, of the diocese of Lincoln, 303.

Alwyngton. See Alwington.

Alyth, Alith [co. Perth], 467.

Ambresbry, Ambresburi. See Amesbury.

Ameney, Nicholas de, abbot of Cirencester, 55.

Amersham, Amontesham [co. Bucks], 221.

Amesbury, Ambresbry, Ambresburi, [co. Wilts], Benedictine priory of the order of Fontevrault, nuns of, 311, 312, 373.

Amontesham. See Amersham.

Ampleforth, Ampelford [co. York, N.R.], prebend in York, 438.

Anach. See Annagh.

Anackalayd. See Annaghcallow.

Anbry, Aubin, Aubry, Peter, layman, 71.

Anchire, Michael, bishop of Sodor, 478.

Anderby [co. Lincoln], 142, 473.

Andirton, Ralph de, 363.

-, -, Ellen de Asshurst his wife, 363.

Andree , Johannes, 293 note.

Andrew, Robert, esquire, 319.

-, Thomas, priest, 328.

Angers [Maine-et-Loire, France], dean of Saint-Pierre. See Bouhale.

Angharad’ verch Jankyn ap Res, 392.

-, Jankyn ap Res her father, 392.

Anglesey [North Wales], archdeacon of. See Holwell.

Anglia, William de, an Augustinian friar, 419.

Anglo (Nangle), David de, rector of Sliabh Lugha, 271.

- See Angulo; Nangell.

Anglond, William. See England.

Angulo (Nangle), Gibunus de, a Friar Preacher, to become a canon regular, 60.

- See Anglo; Nangell.

Ankel, Richard, archdeacon of Lismore, afterwards bishop of Lismore and Waterford, 473, 477, 511, 512.

Annadown [co. Galway], Henry, bishop of, 192.

-, John, bishop of See Boner.

-, dean of. See Omadagayn.

-, archdeacon of, papal mandatary, 106–108, 111, 114, 128, 160, 161, 271, 285, 481, 539.

-, - See Omadagayn.

-, canons of. See Ocallanayn; Odubaig; Ohallinarayn; Omadagayn; Omycachayn.

-, Cella Parva, Premonstratensian abbey of St. John Baptist, abbot of. papal mandatary, 63, 109, 133, 134.

-, -, - See Oconcouayr; Odubaig.

-, -, canon of, 285.

-, de Portu Patrum, Augustinian abbey of St. Mary, abbot of, papal mandatary, 107, 108, 111.

-, -, Bernard, abbot of, 128.

-, -, abbot of. See Olathartaid.

-, -, canon of, 128.

Annagh, Anach [co. Kerry], 47.

Annaghcallow, Anackalayd [a townland in Clonfert parish, co. Galway], prebend in Clonfert, 487.

Annandale, Vallisanandei [co. Dumfries], parish church of St. Patrick, 383.

Annies, Enach Drileand [in Robeen parish, co. Mayo], 112.

Any. See Knockainy.

Apilton, Robert. See Appulton.

Appelwarch. See Portio David.

Appledore, Apuldore [co. Kent], 154, 528.

Appleford, Appulderford [in Godshill parish, Isle of Wight], chapel of, 567.

Appulby, Robert, subdeacon, notary, 542.

Appulderford. See Appleford.

Appulton, Apilton, Robert, canon of York, rector of Sturton, 100, 211.

Appylton, Robert, priest, of the diocese of York, 316.

Appylyerd, Appylzerd, John, layman, 430.

Apuldore. See Appledore.

Aragon, king of. See Alfonso.

Arane, John de, rector of Kilmore, 407.

Arasaig. See Kilmolroy.

Arbroath, Abbibroth, Abbirbrothok, Aberbrothoc, Aberbrothog, Abirbrothe, Abirbrothoc, Abirbrothok, Abribrothock [co. Forfar], Benedictine abbey of St. Thomas the Martyr, abbot of, papal mandatary, 194, 241, 242, 511, 513.

-, -, Walter, abbot of, 144, 170, 195, 389, 390.

-, -, abbot and convent of, exemption of, 170.

-, -, -, appropriated church of, 144, 145.

-, -, -, patronage of, 149, 371, 405, 441.

-, -, monks of, 125, 195.

Arbuthnott, Aberbuthnoth [co. Kincardine], 102.

Archer, Archere, Nicholas, vicar of Appledore, 154, 528.

-, Ralph, vicar of Danesfort, 351.

-, Thomas, priest, notary, 530.

Archibald, earl of Douglas. See Douglas.

Archlacachliuga. See Aghaloo.

Ardagh, John, clerk, 342.

Ardagh [co. Longford], bishop of, papal mandatary, 97, 116, 229, 244, 284, 286, 287.

-, -, patronage of, 423, 424, 541.

-, Cornelius, bishop of. See O'Farrell.

-, Richard, bishop elect of. See O'Farrell.

-, dean of, papal mandatary, 59, 80, 228, 410.

-, - See O'Farrell (Cornelius and Richard); McGillavanem.

-, dean and chapter of, patronage of, 423, 424, 541.

-, archdeacon of, papal mandatary, 40, 80, 201, 228, 229, 244, 367.

-, official of, papal mandatary, 367.

-, Bernard, official of, 571.

-, canons of. See Macgillaruaid; O'Farrell.

-, chapter of, 571.

-, chapter etc. of, papal letters to, 409.

- See Glen.

Ardec, de Atrio Dei, Athyrde [co. Louth], Crouched friars’ priory of St. John, prior of, papal mandatary, 43, 559.

Arden, Charles de, layman, 14.

-, Peter de, layman, 14.

Arderne, John, esquire, 313.

Ardfert [co. Kerry], bishop of, papal mandatary, 208, 261, 542, 560.

-, -, patronage of, 244.

-, Nicholas, bishop of. See FitzMaurice.

-, dean of, papal mandatary, 351, 542.

-, dean and chapter of, patronage of, 244.

-, archdeacon of, papal mandatary, 100.

-, precentor of, papal mandatary, 351, 358, 396.

-, - See FitzMoris (John and Patrick).

-, chancellor of, papal mandatary, 51.

-, - See FitzMoris; Karhind; Oconchur; Offhillig.

-, canons of, See FitzMoris; Oconchur; Odally (Nemeas and Nugus); Odubuy- chayn; Oflahainayn; Ogillacuridan; Oscanlan; Stak.

Ardinis , parish church of St. John the Evangelist in (? Kildalton in Islay), 406.

Ardmulchan, Ardmulghan [co. Meath], 72.

Ardnamorchan. See Kilhoan.

Ardnamurchan. See Kilhoan; Kilmolroy.

Ardnaree, Ardnariagh [in Kilmoremoy parish, co. Sligo], parish church of St. Mary, 475.

Ardnurcher, Achanurcyr, Athnurchayr [co. Westmeath], parish church of St. David, 174, 484.

Ardrahan, Ardrachan, Ardrachayn, Ardrachyn, Ardrahayn, Ardrahyn, Ardrathan, Ardrathayn [co. Galway], 121, 137, 267, 270, 293, 487, 488.

Ardstraw, Ardsracha [co. Tyrone], parish church of St. Eugenius, rectory of, 267, 588.

-, -, vicarage of, 353.

Ardtrea [co. Tyrone], 54, 55.

Aregaldacherog. See Errlgal Keerogue.

Arendell, John de, knight, 555.

- See Arondel; Arundel.

Arezzo [Tuscany, Italy], bishop of, papal mandatary, 49, 51, 59, 74, 76, 92, 97.

Argyll alias Lismore [co. Argyll], bishop of, papal mandatary, 156, 259, 462.

-, -, patronage of, 461.

-, Finlay, bishop of. See Albania.

-, archdeacon of. See Cambell.

-, canons of. See Cambell; Duncani; Macdubhgayllbig; Macmicdonchychadalteege.

Arigal. See Errigal.

Arigaldacherog, Arigaldakeroc. See Errigal Keerogue.

Arlington. See Michelham.

Armagh [co. Armagh], archbishop of, papal mandatary, 84, 133, 134, 149, 193, 221, 409, 546.

-, -, patronage of, 539.

-, -, rights of as metropolitan in respect of the consecration of suffragan bishops, 202, 467.

-, Beelach, i. e. Kellach, i. e. Gelasius, archbishop of [1106–1129], 129, 130.

-, Gilbert, archbishop of. See O'Caran.

-, John, archbishop of. See Colton, Swayne.

-, Nicholas, archbishop of. See Fleming.

-, dean of, papal mandatary, 66, 91, 100, 149, 163, 168, 264.

-, - See Okorri; Olucheran; Oculean.

-, dean and chapter of, patronage of, 539.

-, archdeacon of, papal mandatary, 54, 55.

-, - See Suetman; Hadesors.

-, official of, papal mandatary, 87, 397.

-, chancellor of. See Olucheran.

-, canons of. See Dermoid; Hadesors Maccreuayr; Maceogayn; Oculean; Ofercharan; O'Hanratty; Okellachayn; Omolkallan.

-, Augustinian abbey of SS. Peter and Paul, abbot of, papal mandatary, 70, 89, 100, 397, 405.

-, city and diocese of, constitution against concubinage in, 497.

Armitage. See Handsacre.

Arnald, Walter, rector of Thelveton, 334.

Arnewod, Thomas, Augustinian canon, 182.

Arondel alias Hille, John, prebendary of Endellion, 80, 81, 87, 88.

- See Arendell; Arundel.

Arreton. See Briddlesford.

Arundel, Thomas, archbishop of Canterbury, 86, 87.

and Maltravers, Arundell and Mawterwers, John, baron of, 446.

-, -, Eleanor his relict, 446.

- See Arendell; Arondel.

Ascewater. See Ashwater.

Asche, Thomas, of Malahide, 416.

-, -, his wife, 416.

- See Aysch.

Asdara. See Ballysadare.

Ashburton, St. Andrew, Aysberton [co. Devon], 550.

Ashbury, Asshburi [co. Berks], Joan Carter of 394.

- See Ayschebury.

Ashby, Canons, Assihebi [co. Northants], Augustinian priory, prior of, papal mandatary, 362.

-, Castle, Asscheby David [co. Northants], 562.

-, Cold, Cold Asschebi [co. Northants], chapel of St. Denis, 362.

- Magna, St. Mary, Magna Assheby [co. Northants], 544, 545.

- See Asscheby; Assheby.

Ashridge, Assheruge [co. Bucks], Augustinian monastery, brother of, 306, 309.

Ashton under Lyne, Asshton [co. Lancaster], 143.

Ashwater, Ascewater [co. Devon], 84.

Ashwellthorpe, All Saints, Asschewelletorpe [co. Norfolk], 459.

Askeaton alias Iniskeftyn, Inyskefryny, Ynys Keptyny [co. Limerick], 110, 509.

Assalbitus, Peter, bishop of Alet, papal mandatary, 261, 374, 391, 442, 571.

Assaroe, Cameria, Sameria [parish of Kilbarron, co. Donegal], Cistercian abbey of St. Mary the Virgin, abbot of, papal mandatary, 162, 168, 185, 186, 424.

-, -, Goffredus, abbot of, 192, 493.

-, -, abbot of. See Macamilltaich; Oculinnan: Ogallchubair.

-, -, monks of, 181, 192, 493, 554, 573.

Asschebi, Cold. See Ashby, Cold.

Asscheby, John, Benedictine monk, 291.

- See Assheby.

Asscheby David. See Ashby, Castle.

Asscheton, Matthew, provost of Wingham, 145.

- See Asshtan; Asshton.

Asschewelletorpe. See Ashwellthorpe.

Assdara. See Ballysadare.

Asshburi. See Ashbury.

Assheby, Thomas, citizen and mercer of London, 556.

- See Asscheby.

Assheruge. See Ashridge.

Asshtan, Thomas, of Bredbury, 14.

Asshton, John, knight, 259.

- See Asscheton.

Asshton. See Ashton under Lyne.

Asshurst, Ellen de, 363.

Assihebi. See Ashby, Canons.

Astbury, St. Mary, Astbury [co. Chester], 467.

Astelay, Isabel, Benedictine nun, 374.

Astell, Thomas, rector of Twyford, 388.

Asti [Piedmont], bishop of, papal mandatary, 132.

Aston, John, donsel, 562.

-, -, Juliana his wife, damsel, 562.

-, John de, canon of Dublin and Ossory, rector of Handsworth, 284.

-, Roger, knight, 550.

-, -, Elizabeth his wife, 550.

Aston [Aston with Aughton, co. York, W.R.], 230.

Astyl, John, priest, 450.

Athboy, Adchbui [co. Meath], 130.

Athelynfelt. See Adlingfleet.

Athenry, Athnaryad, Athnaryg, Athnery [co. Galway], rectory of, 397, 503.

-, vicarage of, 112.

-, Friars Preachers’ house at, 514.

Athleacayn, Athleachain, Athleachayn. See Templemore.

Athlone [co. Roscommon], Benedictine priory of St. Peter de Innocencia by, prior of, papal mandatary, 84, 85.

Athmalynd. See Aghavallen.

Athnaryad, Athnaryg, Athnery. See Athenry.

Athnurchayr. See Ardnurcher.

Atholia, Nicholas de, dean of Aberdeen, precentor, official and canon of Dunkeld, canon of Aberdeen and Moray, rector of Fetteresso, vicar of Strathmiglo, 102, 400, 404.

Athurlayr. See Killahurler.

Athyrde. See Ardee.

Atkyn, Thomas, clerk, notary, 147.

Atlantic alias Killard. See Killard.

Atrehalle. Acrehalle, Attehalle, Robert, clerk, 573.

Atrium Dei priory. See Ardee.

Attebere, Over. See Adber.

Attehalle, Acrehalle, Atrehalle, Robert, clerk, 573.

Attewode, Thomas, rector of Elsworth, 205.

Attilburgh, John, Cluniac monk, 516.

Attleborough, Attilburgh [co. Norfolk], chantry of Holy Cross in the parish church of, 279, 281.

Aubigny-sur-Loire, de Aubeniano [in Marseilleles-Aubigny, Cher, France], Cluniac priory, 119.

Aubry, Aubin or Anbry, Peter, layman, 71.

- See Awbrey.

Auch [Gers, France], archbishop of, papal mandatary, 493.

Auchingowan, Acchyngowan [co. Renfrew], 259.

Auchnave, Achneiffe [in Tarves parish, co. Aberdeen], 234.

Auchtergaven. See Opnie.

Auchterless, Ochyillessis [co. Aberdeen], prebend in Aberdeen, 138.

Audley, Audely [co. Stafford], James, lord of, baron, 304.

-, -, Margaret his wife, 304.

Aueni, Robert de, knight, 131.

Auenlif. See Liffey.

Aughrim, Acberen Omany, Eachraim Omany, Eachraymomayne i. e. Eachdruim-ua- Maine [co. Galway], Augustinian priory of St. Catherine, prior of, papal mandatary, 423.

-, -, -, - See Oleannayn; Omulmyhyl.

-, -, -, canons of, 129, 131.

-, Achrim [co. Wicklow], castle and church of St. Mary, 130.

Aughris, Achras, Eachros [in Templeboy parish, co. Sligo], Augustinian prior of, papal mandatary, 91, 436, 540, 559.

Aughton, Aghton [co. York, E.R.], 521.

Aula, Malcolm de, rector of Tannadice, 240.

Auldbar, Aldbar [in Aberlemno parish, co. Forfar] 380, 381.

Aumonde. See Almond.

Aune, Alexander, 555.

-, -, Alice his wife, 555.

Austria, duke of. See Albert V.

Auvergne, prior of the Hospitallers of. See Tinelli.

Auxerre [Yonne, France], official of, papal mandatary, 375.

Auys, William, priest, notary, 530.

Aveton Gifford, St. Andrew, Aveton Giffard [co. Devon], 537.

Avignon [Vaucluse, France], letters dated at, 65, 458.

Avranches [Manche, France], canons of. See Homme; Pinchon.

Awbrey, Laurence, priest, 414.

- See Aubry.

Axford, Axfort [co. Wilts], prebend in Salisbury, 390.

Axminster. See Newenham.

Ayas, Ayacien. [Asia Minor], see of, 499 note.

Ayillelkyn, Andrew, priest, 78.

Aylesbury, Aylesbery [co. Bucks], prebend in Lincoln, 255.

Aylesford, Eylesford [co. Kent], parish church of SS. Peter and Paul, 498.

Aylmystre, John, canon of the order of St. Victor, 332.

Aynesor, John, rector of Kilscoran, 173.

Aynhoe, Ayno [co. Northants], hospital of SS. James and John, master of. See Thwaytys.

Aysberton. See Ashburton.

Aysch, Aysche, John, priest, of the diocese of Exeter, 334.

-, John, priest, vicar of Liskeard in the diocese of Exeter, 178, 207.

- See Asche.

Ayschayght. See Aysgarth.

Aysche, John. See Aysch.

Ayschebury, William, vicar of Barrington, 449, 450.

Aysgarth, Ayschayght [co. York, N.R.], 80.

Ayton, John, vicar of Carlaverock, afterwards of Dumfries, 496.