Index of Persons and Places
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'Index of Persons and Places: B', Calendar of Papal Registers Relating to Great Britain and Ireland, Volume 7: 1417-1431 (1906), pp. 583-594. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=104388 Date accessed: 17 September 2014.


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Babyngle, John, a Friar Preacher, archbishop of Tuam, 54, 95, 160, 510.

Bac and Clekeallayd. See Beagh.

Bacon, John, donsel, 517.

Bagborough, West, Baggebear [co. Somerset], 495.

Baguley, James, rector of All Saints, North Street, York, 469.

Bahylcot, William, rector of Ballymacwilliam, 357, 358.

Bake, John, patron of Darver, 498.

Baker, Thomas, 414.

-, -, Alice his wife, 414.

Balaghath. See Ballyhay.

Balardi, James de, bishop of Trieste, papal nuncio to England, 12–15, 27, 28, 29 note.

Balcassy, Alexander de, vicar of Kinnoir, 151.

Balderston, Richard, donsel, 316.

-, -, Joan his wife, 316.

Balechnamorcaid. See Bally-na-morcaid.

Balemkasleanara. See Castletownarra.

Baleynaballuguyrth (? Ballynoulter), prebend in Clonfert, 488.

Bali Mcancobayl. See Balimicanchobayll.

Bali Ochomayn alias Rathdruman. See Ballycommon.

Balibachel. See Ballyboghil.

Balicluyg. See Ballyclog.

Bahlugan, a possession of St. Mary's abbey, Dublin, 130.

Balimicanchobayll, Bali Mcancobayl (cf. Bali Mictonchabuill in Cal. Lett. VI, p. 120), a rectory in the parish church of Drung [? Ballyconnell, co. Cavan], 159, 503.

Balimolise. See Ballymaice.

Balimtempuyll. See Ballintemple.

Baliquen. See Ballykean.

Baliregneansey alias Synston. See Ballyrashane.

Balissidia. See Ballyseedy.

Ball, Nicholas, bishop of Emly, 287, 426.

Balla [co. Mayo], 95.

Balliburre. See Ballybur.

Ballinchalla. See Inish Maine.

Ballingarry, Villa orti [co. Limerick], 509.

Ballinrobe, Roba in Kera (Rodhbai n Ceara, i. e. the barony of Carra) [co. Mayo], 112, 275.

Ballinskelligs. See St. Michael's Mount.

Ballintemple, Balimtempuyll, Villatempli [co. Cavan], vicarage of St. Patrick, 161, 201.

Ballintober, Fons Sancti Patricii, Villa fontis Sancti Patricii [co. Mayo], Augustinian abbey of Holy Trinity alias St. Patrick, abbot of, papal mandatary, 226, 376, 539.

-, -, - See Maccolyn; Macaedagain.

-, -, canons of, 275, 510.

Ballisown. See Balsoon.

Ballybeg, in the parish of Buttevant, Botonia [co. Cork], Augustinian priory of St. Thomas the Martyr, prior of, papal mandatary, 442, 443, 539, 540.

-, -, canon of, 91.

Ballyboggan, de Laude dei [co. Meath], Augustinian priory of Holy Trinity, prior of, papal mandatary, 484.

Ballyboghil, Balibachel [co. Dublin], land of St. Patrick's, a possession of St. Mary's abbey, Dublin, 129, 130.

Ballyboy Fercall, Raliffen Habuge (Baileatha-buidhe) [King's County], 174.

Ballybur, Balliburre [co. Kilkenny], 357.

Ballyburly alias Primult, Bolevirleheyg alias Primolth [King's County], 357, 358.

Ballyclog, Balicluyg [co. Tyrone], 89.

Ballycommon (formerly called Rathdrum), Bali Ochomayn alias Rathdruman [King's County], 490.

Ballyconnell. See Balimicanchobayll.

Ballygauearn. See Gowran.

Ballyhay, Balaghath, Belachaha, Vallakayt [co. Cork], prebend in Cloyne, 51 (bis), 442, 443, 479.

Ballykean, Bahquen [King's County], 61.

- See also Killeigh.

Ballymacwilliam, Beleculiam [King's County], 357, 358.

Ballymaice, Balimolise [in Tallaght parish, co. Dublin], 130.

Ballymodan, Ballymudayn [co. Cork], 382, 383.

Ballymore, Lochseiudi, Lochseudi, Lochseudy, Lochsidi, Locsidi [co. Westmeath], Cistercian priory of St. Mary, Joan, prioress of, 571.

-, -, Margaret, prioress, and the convent of, 83.

-, -, prioress and convent of, patronage of, 423, 424, 571.

-, parish church of St. Mary, 203, 204, 250.

Ballymote, Mota [in Emlaghfad parish, co. Sligo], 559.

Ballymountain, Ballymunlayn [in Inishannon parish, co. Cork], 382, 383.

Ballymudayn. See Ballymodan.

Ballymunlayn. See Ballymountain.

Ballynabanaba. See Baleynaballuguyrth.

Ballynaclogh, Balynacloiche, Balynychloly, de Vadopetroso [co. Tipperary], 76, 91, 368.

Ballynahinch. See Conmacnimara.

Ballynakill, Kyllermurthyt alias Cinalhein, Cyllcrunnchyr alias Cinalheyn [co. Galway, barony of Leitrim], vicarage of, 523, 542.

-, Coola, Culdea [co. Sligo], 396.

Bally-na-morcaid alias Rathgoueny, Balechnamorcaid [? Monktown, co. Meath], a possession of St. Mary's abbey, Dublin, 131.

Ballynoulter. See Baleynaballuguyrth.

Ballyoughtera. See Caherhultan.

Ballyrashane, Baliregneansey alias Synston [co. Londonderry], St. Mary's, 73.

Ballysadare, Asdara, Assdara [co. Sligo], Augustinian abbey of St. Mary, John, abbot of, 270.

-, -, abbot of. See Macsearraith.

-, vicarage of, 263, 396, 397.

Ballyseedy, Balissidia [co. Kerry], 40.

Ballyspillane, Balysbealayn, Valysbealayn [co. Cork], 88.

Balmamacbeailmer. See Kilmahuddrick.

Balmerino, Balmerenach, Balmorynoch, Balmurenach, Balmurinach, Balmurinagh, Balmurinoch, Balmurinogh, Balmury- nach, Balmurynagth, Balmurynoch, Balmurynok, [co. Fife], Cistercian abbey of St. Mary, abbot of, papal mandatary, 20, 73, 93, 99, 101–103, 118, 141, 144, 154, 158, 240, 241, 253, 268, 291–293, 359, 370, 372, 399, 404, 518, 519.

Balmyle, John de, rector of Dunnottar, 158.

Balsoon, Ballisown [co. Meath], 53.

Baltinglass, Vallis salutis [co. Wicklow], Cistercian abbey, David, abbot of, 134.

Balunaneid, Stephen, layman, 495.

Balve [Westphalia], Hermann Mercatoris of, vicar of St. Patroclus's, Soest, papal envoy to England, 15.

Balyinclair, Balyinclayr. See Claregalway.

Balymgarrga [? Kilcurnan in Crossboyne parish, co. Mayo, or the adjoining townland of Castlemagarret], 95, 96.

Balynacloiche, Balynycholy. See Ballynaclogh.

Balypiteraydh alias Aghelreylteane, diocese of Leighlin, 489.

Balysbealayn, Valysbealayn. See Ballyspillane.

Bamberg [Bavaria], bishop of, 32.

Bamburg. See Baumber.

Bampton [co. Oxford], 146, 288.

Banada [in Kilmacteige, co. Sligo]. See Offhicari.

Banagher, Beanchar [co. Londonderry], parish church of St. Murianus, 103.

Banaster, Ralph, esquire, 336, 338.

-, Roger, layman, 387.

Banbury, Banberii [co. Oxford], prebend in Lincoln, 41.

- See Bannebyry.

Banchory-Devenick, Banchori Devenoc [cos. Aberdeen and Kincardine], prebend in Aberdeen, 188.

Bangor [co. Carnarvon], bishop of, papal mandatary, 22, 52, 81, 348.

-, Benedict, bishop of. See Nicolls.

-, Lewis, bishop of. See Bifort.

-, William, bishop of. See Barrowe.

-, bishop of. See Cliderow, Yonge.

-, dean of. See Bondeby.

-, canons of. See Dalton; Faukys; Graystok.

Bangor [co. Down], Augustinian abbey of St. Congal, abbot of, papal mandatary, 143, 157, 158.

Banham, Richard, priest, 414.

Bannebyry alias Chamberlayn, Richard, donsel, 534.

Banyngham, Robert, priest, 536.

Bar, Thomas, rector of Roscrea, 487.

Barbadicus, Angelus. See Cardinal priests (SS. Marcellinus and Peter).

Barbain, Thomas, Benedictine monk, 317.

Barber, Robert, priest, of the diocese of Lincoln, 550.

Barberii, Alexander, archdeacon and canon of Caithness, 185.

-, Robert, canon of Rouen, papal mandatary, 398.

Barbier, John, canon of Aberdeen, 189.

Barboure, Alice, 387.

Barbur, Henry, priest, 534.

-, John, layman, 14.

Bardney, Bardnay, Burdenay [co. Lincoln], Benedictine abbey, abbot of, papal mandatary, 506, 507, 538.

Baret, Bared, John, Augustinian canon of Ballybeg, commendatary of the provostship of Killala, 91.

- -, dean and provost of Killala, 559.

-, William, rector and vicar of Kilscoran, 173, 176.

Barlings. See Langworth.

Barmby on the Marsh, Barneby [co. York, E.R.], prebend in Howden, 123.

Barnaby, Thomas. See Borneby.

Barnack, Bernak [co. Northants], 301.

Barneby. See Barmby on the Marsh.

Barneslay. Thomas, dean of the collegiate church of Stoke, 336.

Barnet, William, rector of Kings Cliffe, 470.

Barnwell, Bernewell, Bernewelle [co. Cambridge], Augustinian priory, prior of, faculty to, 347.

-, -, -, papal mandatary, 65, 147.

- See Bernewal.

Baron, Henry, 428.

-, -, Emma his wife, 428.

-, Nicholas, rector of Cuxton, 301.

Barou upon Trent. See Barrow upon Trent.

Barrett, Patrick, bishop of Ferns, 173.

Barri, James de, donsel, 432.

-, Richard, 329, 331.

-, -, Katherine his wife, 329, 331.

- See Barry.

Barrington, Bernyngton [co. Gloucester], 449, 450.

- See Barynton.

Barro, Lewis de. See Cardinal bishops (Porto).

Barrow upon Trent, Baron upon Trent [co. Derby], 564.

Barrowe, William, bishop of Bangor, afterwards of Carlisle, sometime canon of Lincoln and rector of Sherington, 46, 120, 169, 170, 257, 276, 277, 564.

Barry, Robert, archdeacon of Cloyne, canon of Cork, rector of Gortroe, 89.

-, Thomas, bishop elect of Ossory, sometime rector of Teversham, 493, 505.

- See Barri.

Barthon, Thomas, prior of Tynemouth, 537.

Bartin, John, rector of Merthyr, 550.

Barton, John, esquire, of the diocese of York, 335.

-, -, Margaret his wife, 335.

-, John, citizen of Oxford, 562, 563.

-, -, Joan his wife, 562, 563.

-, Ralph, citizen of London, 414.

-, -, Alice his wife, 414.

-, Thomas, archdeacon of Stafford, treasurer and canon of Lichfield, canon of Gnosall and Stoke, rector of Thornage, afterwards of Helmingham, vicar of Cropredy, 199, 568.

Barton upon Humber, Barton upon Humbre [co. Lincoln], Thomas Manne of, donsel, 326.

-, -, Anne his wife, 326.

Barton. See Berton.

Barton Colewall. See Colwall.

Barton, St. David [co. Somerset], prebend in Wells, 252, 274.

Barynton, John, vicar of Diamor, 142, 143.

Basket, John, layman, 448.

Bassaleg, St. Basil, Bassalek [co. Monmouth], 562.

Bate, Robert, priest, 534.

Batelfelde. See Battlefield.

Bateyl, Thomas, citizen of London, 317.

-, -, Maud his wife, 317.

Bath alias Clyathceallayd de Kyneleagaherrach. See Beagh.

Bath [co. Somerset], archdeacon of. See Harewell.

-, chapter etc. of, papal letters to, 408.

-, church of St. Mary de Stall, de Stalles (Stall Street), 55.

Bath and Wells [co. Somerset], bishop of, faculties for, 41, 412.

-, -, papal mandatary, 22, 52, 62, 81, 401, 403, 463, 477.

-, John, bishop of. See Harewell; Stafford.

-, Nicholas, bishop of. See Bubbewyth.

-, Walter, bishop of. See Haselshaw.

-, official of, suit before, 498, 499.

-, - See Spert.

Bathe, John, canon of Wells, 446, 450.

Bathgate, Batheath [co. Linlithgow], 104, 105.

Battlefield, Batelfelde, near Shrewsbury [co. Salop], chapel of St. Mary Magdalen, 252.

Batyn, William, vicar of St. Thomas the Martyr's now St. Thomas the Apostle's, Exeter, 550.

Baumber, Bamburg [co. Lincoln], John Foston of, 341.

-, -, Agnes his wife, 341.

-, Robert Smyth of, 341.

-, -, Joan his wife, 341.

- See Bawmburgh.

Bavaria, Jacqueline of. See Jacqueline.

-, Lewis, duke of, count palatine of the Rhine, 5.

Bavents, Easton. See Easton Bavents.

Bawmburgh, William, rector of Goldsborough, 532.

Bayeux [Calvados, France], John, bishop of, commendatary of the abbey of Saint- Vandrille, 132.

-, Nicholas, bishop of. See Habart.

-, John, bishop elect of. See Homme.

-, dean of, papal mandatary, 373.

-, - See Homme.

-, canon of. See Kirketon.

Bayly, Agnes, 308.

-, John, of Princes Risborough, donsel, 304.

Beache, William, abbot of Buckfastleigh, 289.

Beagh, Bac and Clekeallayd, Kynalegda Yheratrach, Clecealle alias Kynaledga Hieratrach, Bath alias Clyathceallayd de Kyneleagaherrach [i. e. Cliath- Ceallayd of Cinel-Aedha-Echtge or na-Hechtge, the old name for Beagh, co. Galway], 90, 97, 105, 106, 487, 488.

Bealachchy, diocese of Leighlin (? Hacketstown, or else Kilballyhue, a townland in Tullowmagimma parish, co. Carlow), 355, 356.

Beamunde, John, baron, 552.

- See Beaumount.

Beanchar. See Banagher.

Beannfada. See Offhicari.

Bearsted, Holy Cross, Berghsted, Berghstede [co. Kent], 377, 422.

Beath, de Bechto [co. Fife], 144.

Beauchamp, Eleanor, wife of Thomas, lord de Ros, 432.

-, Bieuchamp, Elizabeth, damsel, 305, 309.

Beaufort, Henry, uncle of Henry V, bishop of Winchester, cardinal priest of St. Eusebius's, papal legate in Bohemia, Germany and Hungary, 5, 6, 14, 24–26, 30–33, 35, 36, 38, 39, 176, 231, 260, 379, 508, 512.

-, -, chancellor of. See Bildeston.

-, -, treasurer of. See Burton.

-, -, nephew of. See Neville.

-, Thomas, duke of Exeter, indult for, 320.

-, -, private chapel of, 199.

Beaulieu, de Bellolocoregis [co. Southants], Cistercian abbey, abbot of, papal mandatary, 289.

-, -, - See Sulbury.

-, -, monk of, 457.

Beaumont, Bemond [co. Essex], parish church of St. Leonard, 362.

Beaumount, Thomas, knight, 533.

-, -, Philippa his wife, 533.

- See Beamunde.

Beccles, Beckles [co. Suffolk], John Haldeyn of, layman, 535.

Bechto , chapel de. See Beath.

Beck, John, canon of York, master of the hospital of St. Mary Magdalen, Reading, member of the household of Sigismund, king of the Romans, 100.

Becket, St. Thomas, archbishop of Canterbury, 25.

- See Beket.

Beckles. See Beceles.

Beckyngton, Thomas See Bekynton.

Bedale [co. York, N.R.], 283.

Bedall’, Margaret, noblewoman, of the diocese of York, 329, 331.

- See Bedell'.

Bede, Richard, clerk, notary, 427.

Bedell’, William, esquire, of the diocese of London, 324.

-, -, Margery his wife, 324.

- See Bedall'.

Bedenham. See Biddenham.

Bedford [co. Bedford], duke and duchess of. See John, duke of Bedford.

-, archdeacon of, papal mandatary, 127, 128.

-, - See Aghton; Coudray.

Bedwin, Great, Bedioyn, Bedwyn [co. Wilts], prebend in Salisbury, 281, 286.

Bedyngden. See Biddenden.

Beelt, Lewis, rector of Sutton, 309.

Begge, John, rector of Mautby, 553, 554.

Beilmachesche. See Kilmachesche.

Beimondesey. See Bermondsey.

Bekan, Disertbecan, Disertkecan [co. Mayo], 267, 270.

Bekeby, alias Bottisford, alias Bottysford, William, vicar of Bitteswell, afterwards vicar of Ashby Magna and rector of Wilby, 544, 545.

Bekeland, Bekelande, diocese of Bath (? Buckland St. Mary, co. Somerset), William Jurdan of, layman, 311, 317.

Bekeswell', John, donsel, 342.

-, -, Ellen his wife, 342.

Beket, William, scholar, 81.

- See Becket.

Bekwyth, John, donsel, 316.

-, -, Margaret his wife, 316.

Bekynton, Beckyngton, Thomas, dean of St. Mary's Arches, London, canon of Salisbury and Gnosall, rector of Sutton Courtney, chancellor of Humphrey, duke of Gloucester, sub-conservator of the Hospitallers in England, 249, 250, 282, 431.

Bel, William, Augustinian canon of Scone, proctor at the Roman court of Inchaffray abbey, 291, 292.

- See Belle.

Belachaha. See Ballyhay.

Beldewas. See Buildwas.

Beleculiam. See Ballymacwilliam.

Bellan alias Thyrheisereach. See Tiranascragh.

Belle, William, abbot elect, afterwards monk, of Old Deer, 346, 347.

- See Bel.

Bellers, William, clerk, 327.

Belli, John, vicar of Stockbury, 537.

Bello Loco, Hugh de, bishop of Carlisle, 564.

Bello loco , priory de. See Killagh.

Bellocampo, John de, knight, 447.

-, -, his wife, 447.

Bellolocoregis , abbey de. See Beaulieu.

Belloportu , abbey de, alias Kylkylchyn. See Kilculliheen.

Belmer, Richard, bishop of Achonry, 346.

Belne, John, 552.

-, -, Joan his wife, 552.

Bemond. See Beaumont.

Benacre [co. Suffolk], 438.

Benasch, diocese of Lerida, archdeacon of, papal mandatary, 125.

Benedict XII, constitution Vas electionis by, 210.

Benedict XIII (Peter de Luna), 6, 34.

-, grants and letters of, 67, 118, 127, 143, 152, 156, 185, 189, 210, 247, 248, 287, 288, 291, 295, 344, 360, 381, 440.

-, acting penitentiary of, 247.

-, chancery rule of, 308 n.

-, deposition of, 83, 93, 103, 149, 154, 189, 287, 288.

-, leaden bull of, 248.

-, reservations by, 63, 93, 189.

Benedictio Dei , diocese of Meath, abbey of St. Mary, abbot of, papal mandatary, 61, 180.

- See Kilbeggan.

Benefield, Benyfeld', Benyfelde [co. Northants], 336, 340.

Benet, Isabel, 318.

-, John, priest, of the diocese of Nor-wich, 450.

-, John, clerk, notary, of the diocese of Canterbury, 249.

-, John, layman, 340.

-, -, Agnes his wife, 340.

-, Thomas, notary, 55.

Bening, John de. See Benyng.

-, Thomas de, layman, 518, 519.

Benyfeld’, Benyfelde. See Benefield.

Benyng, Bening, John de, canon of Moray, vicar of Lintrathan, secretary of James I of Scotland, 372, 437, 438.

-, John, Augustinian canon, 68.

- See Reading.

Berall’, John, clerk, notary, 347.

Bere, John, of Hickling, 502.

Berghsted, Berghstede. See Bearsted.

Berkehamstede Magna. See Berkhampstead.

Berkeley, Berkele, Isabel, widow, of the diocese of Lincoln, 327.

-, Berkley [co. Gloucester], James Berk-ley, lord of, diocese of Worcester, 420.

-, -, -, Isabel his wife, 420.

-, Maurice de, knight, 554–556.

Berkhampstead, Berkehamstede Magna [co. Herts], 232.

Berkley, James lord of Berkley. See Berkeley.

Bermecon (de). See Karrechnecon.

Bermondsey, Beimondesey, Bermondesey, Ber-mundesey [co. Surrey], Cluniac abbey of St. Saviour, abbot of, papal mandatary, 525, 546.

-, -, - See Thetford.

Bermyngham, John, donsel, 534.

-, -, his wife, 534.

- See Bernyngham; Bremycheam.

Bernach, John, vicar of Killadreenan, 235.

Bernak. See Barnack.

Bernard', Robert, donsel, 434.

-, -, Margaret his wife, 434.

Bernewal, Nicholas, layman, 567.

Bernewell, Bernewelle. See Barnwell.

Berneye, John, of Little Witchingham, donsel, 533.

-, -, his wife, 553.

Bernyngham, John, priest, 535.

- See Bermyngham.

Bernyngton. See Barrington.

Bertlot, Simon, citizen of London, 451.

-, -, his wife, 451.

Berton, Edmund, rector of a moiety of All Saints, Stanton, 219.

- See Barton.

Berwick, North, North Berwyke [co. Had-dington], Cistercian priory, Maud, prioress of, 294.

-, -, prioress and convent of, patronage of, 294.

-upon Tweed [co. Northumberland], parish church of Holy Trinity, 351.

Bery, William, priest, 450.

Besançon [Doubs, France], archbishop of, papal letters to, 33, 408.

-, - See Rongemont.

-, administrator of the see of. See Cardinal priests (St. Laurence's in Lucina).

Beston, diocese of Norwich, 219.

Beton, John, clerk, secretary of the bishop of Caithness, 253.

Bettez, Isabel, of London, 308.

Beuer, Alice, of London, 318.

Beverley [co. York, N.R.], collegiate church of St. John, provost of, papal mandatary, 116

-, -, - See Kynwolmerssh; Neville.

-, -, prebendary of the altar of St. Michael in the. See Scrop.

-, -, prebendary of St. Peter's in. See Bowet.

Bewle, Thomas, clerk, notary, 215.

Beymmysgroue, John. See Brymisgrove.

Bhodomnaich alias Achgudhdaimh. See Bodoney.

Biddenden, Bedyngden [co. Kent]. 284, 497.

Biddenham, Bedenham [co. Bedford], 499.

Bideston, Henry. See Bildeston.

Bienge, Edmund, donsel, 334.

Bieuchamp, Elizabeth. See Beauchamp.

Bifort, Lewis, bishop of Bangor, 66, 68.

Biggleswade, Bykeleswade [co. Bedford], pre-bend in Lincoln, 213.

Bigot, John, knight, 322, 323.

-, -, Constance his wife, 322, 323.

Bilbrough, Bilburgh [co. York, W.R.], chapel of St. Cuthbert, 198, 199.

Bildeston, Bideston, Nicholas, chancellor of cardinal Beaufort, 35.

-, -, envoy of Henry VI to the pope, 28.

-, -, rector of Phillack, 246.

Bilton, John, rector of Berkhampstead, 232.

Binbrook, Bynbrok [co. Lincoln], parish church of St. Mary, 499.

Bindeux, John, clerk, notary, 412.

Binnie. See Ibindiga.

Bintree, St. Swithin, Biretre [co. Norfolk], 415.

Birr, Birra [King's County], 74, 75.

Biset, James, prior of St. Andrews, papal chap-lain, 63.

Bishop Stortford. See Stortford.

Bishop's Cleve. See Cleeve.

Bishop's Lynn. See Lynn.

Bishops Waltham. See Waltham.

Bishops Wickham. See Wickham.

Bispham, William, clerk, notary, 501.

Bitteswell, Bytteswell [co. Leicester], 544.

Blacdon, James, a Friar Preacher, 515.

Blach, Henry, layman, 334.

- See Black; Blak; Blake.

Black, Sile, 334.

- See Blach; Blak; Blake.

Bladon [co. Oxford], 142, 340.

Blagdon, Blakdon by Bristol, Blakedon, Blake-don by Bristol [co. Somerset], 220, 222, 285, 403, 478, 479.

- See Blacdon.

Blak, Thomas, priest, 550.

- See Blach; Black; Blake.

Blakborne, Nicholas, 430.

-, -, Margaret his wife, 430.

Blakdon by Bristol. See Blagdon.

Blake, William, priest, 534.

- See Blach; Black; Blak.

Blakedon, Blakedon by Bristol. See Blagdon.

Blanchland, Blancheland [co. Northumber-land], Premonstratensian abbey, abbot of, papal mandatary, 347.

Blaston, St. Giles, Blastun [co. Leicester], 500.

Blaunpayn, Maud, widow, 552.

Blaye [Gironde, France], archdeacon of, papal mandatary, 295.

Bleadon, Bledon [co. Somerset], 302, 312.

Blenkynsop, Alexander, 419.

-, -, Elysabeth his wife, 419.

Blesby, William, donsel, 336.

Blich, John, layman, 518.

- See Blyth.

Bliton, William, priest, 556.

Blockley, Blocley [co. Worcester], 146.

Bloduell’, John, canon of St. Asaph, rector of Saltwood and Whiteparish, afterwards rector of Saltwood and Tadmerton, afterwards rector of Northop and Tad merton, afterwards rector of Northo and Sturton, 211, 212.

Blofield, Blofeld, Blofelde [co. Norfolk], deanery of, 153, 501, 502.

Blontisham. See Bluntisham.

Bloundewyll, William, donsel, 537.

-, -, Elizabeth his wife, 537.

Blounham, John, precentor of Chichester, rector of Warnford, 339, 393.

Blount, Thomas, knight, 552.

Blundel, William, a benefactor of St. Mary's abbey, Dublin, 130.

Bluntisham, Blontisham [co. Hunts], 468.

Blyburgh. See Blythburgh.

Blymhyll, William, 211.

-, -, Joan his daughter, 211.

Blyth, William, priest, 336.

- See Blich.

Blythburgh, Blyburgh [co. Suffolk], Augus-tinian priory, prior and convent of, 261, 262.

-, parish church of, 261, 262.

Boclond, Richard. See Roclond.

Boddington, Bodington, Bodyngton, Rodington [co. Northants], 139, 383, 471.

Bodenham, William, acolyte, 120.

Bodington. See Boddington.

Bodmin [co. Cornwall], Augustinian priory, prior of, faculty to, 349.

Bodoney, Bhodomnaich alias Achgudhdaimh, Bothdomphnaidh [co. Tyrone], 400, 457.

Bodulgate, Thomas, 429.

-, -, Joan his wife, 429.

Bodyngton. See Boddington.

Bohun. See Boun.

Boiry, John de, archdeacon of the Vexin Nor-mand, 272.

Bokeland. Boklond. See Buckland.

Bokynham Ferye. See Buckenham, St. Nicholas.

Bolden, John de, Augustinian canon and clau-stral prior of Jedburgh, 370, 458.

Bolde, John, clerk, notary, 412.

Bolden. See Bowden.

Bolevirleheyg alias Primolth. See Bally-burly alias Primult.

Bologna [Romagna, Italy], bishop of, papal mandatary, 2.

-, Nicholas, bishop of. See Albergati.

-, Augustinian monastery of St. Severus in the diocese of, canon of, 60.

-, Benedictine abbey of San Proculo, abbot of, papal mandatary, 68.

-, Benedictine abbey of San Stefano, abbot of, papal mandatary, 68.

-, reservation of benefices in the diocese of, 68.

-, university of, rector of. See Chichele.

-, -, student at, 2.

- See Bononia.

Bolond, Richard. See Roclond.

Bolpanis, Francis de, bishop of Dax, afterwards bishop of Pavia, 493.

Boltby, John de, priest, 418.

Bolter, Thomas, clerk, notary, 427.

Bolton, Peter, rector of Scrayingham, 121, 122.

-, William, priest, 506, 536.

Bolyngton, John, Gilbertine canon, 367.

Bonde, John, of North Elmham, 414.

-, -, Margaret his wife, 414.

Bondeby, Nigel, dean of Bangor, canon of Holyhead, 277.

Bona (Algeria). See Hippo.

Boner, John, Augustinian canon of Christ-church, Twinham, afterwards bishop of Annadown, 192, 212.

- See Bouer.

Bonham, Philip, vicar of Knockmark, 489.

Boniface VIII, decretal Super cathedram by, 177.

-, general reservation by, 242.

Boniface IX, appropriations by, 79, 80, 196, 411.

-, letters of, 53, 54, 58, 60, 71, 140, 174, 197, 231, 232, 290, 433, 472.

-, -, forged, 238, 282, 283.

-, nuncio of. See Bosco.

-, statute of, 78.

Bononia, Beltram de, envoy to England of Anthony de Colonna, 16.

- See Bologna.

Bonton or Bouton, William, donsel, 316.

-, -, Elizabeth his wife, 316.

Bonvyll, William, knight, 428, 429.

-, -, Margaret his wife, 428, 429.

Booterstown. See Cnocro.

Bordeaux [Gironde, France], archbishop of, papal letters to, 9.

-, -, patronage of, 296.

-, David, archbishop of. See Monte-ferrando.

-, cathedral church of, 295.

-, -, dean and chapter of, patron-age of, 296.

-, -, canons of. See Gucii. Marina; Peteworth; Ruffelli.

-, collegiate church of St. Seurin, dean and chapter of, patronage of, 296.

-, parish church of Sainte-Eulalie, 295.

-, constable of. See Borneby.

-, mayor, sub-mayor and jurats of, 9.

-, jurisdiction of the see of, 9.

Borlach, Elias, rector of Killulagh, 87.

Borneby (Barnaby), Thomas, donsel, constable of Bordeaux, 448.

-, -, Ellen his wife, 448.

Borthwik, Borthtvyk, John de, rector of St. Mary's, Ettrick Forest, vicar of Linton, 293.

-, Margaret de, 170.

Bosard, Richard, a Benedictine monk, 339.

Bosco, Peter de, bishop of Dax, papal nuncio from Boniface IX to England, 212.

Boson, Edmund, clerk, 253.

- See Bosun.

Bostok, Hamund, Benedictine monk, 126.

Boston, villa Sancti Botulfy [co. Lincoln], 177, 212.

-, -, John Chesyl of, donsel, 414.

-, -, -, Elizabeth his wife, 414.

Bosun, John, esquire, 313.

-, -, Joan his wife, 313.

- See Boson.

Bosuille, Isabel, Cistercian nun, 368.

Boteler, John, of the diocese of Lincoln, 340.

-, -, Alice his wife, 340.

- See Botiller; Botleer; Bottiller Buttiller.

Bothdomphnaidh. See Bodoney.

Bothe, William, canon of London, rector of Leigh, All Saints, 459.

Bothmeabha. See Bovevagh.

Bothwell. Bothwile [co. Lanark], collegiate church, provost of. See Foulis; Mer-ton.

Bothwil, Richard de, monk and sacrist of Dunfermline, 290.

Bothwile. See Bothwell.

Botiller, Edmund, 278.

-, -, Margaret his daughter, dam-sel, 278.

- See Boteler; Botleer; Bottiller; Buttiller.

Botleer, John, esquire, of the diocese of Lich-field, 335.

- See Boteler; Botiller; Bottiller; Buttiller.

Botonia. See Buttevant.

Botreaux, Boutreux, William de, baron, 428, 431.

-, -, Elisabet his wife, 52, 428, 431.

Bottesson, John, layman, 71.

Bottiller (Butler), James le, earl of Ormond, lord lieutenant of Ireland, 341, 522, 523.

-, -, Joan his wife, 341.

- See Boteler; Botiller; Botleer; But-tiller.

Bottisford, Bottysford, alias Bekeby, William, vicar of Bitteswell, afterwards vicar of Ashby Magna and rector of Wilby (?), 544, 545.

Bouer, John, a Cistercian monk, 457.

- See Boner.

Bouhale, Bouhalle, John, dean of Saint-Pierre, Angers, chancellor of Tours, 118 note.

Boul, William, vicar of Llanarthney, after-wards of Llandilofawr, 269, 270.

Boumaker, John. See Bowmaker.

Boun, John, knight, 335.

-, -, Alice his wife, 335.

Bouquetot, John III de, abbot of Saint-Van-drille, papal referendary, 132.

Bourgchier, Henry, layman, 472.

-, Thomas, master of Newton Garth hospital, 563, 564.

Bourgeys, Thomas, donsel, 321, 323.

Bourn, Bronn [co. Lincoln], Augustinian abbey, indulgence for, 362.

Bourney, Burynu, Butyun [co. Tipperary] 399, 407.

Bouton or Bonton, William, donsel, 316.

-, -, Elizabeth his wife, 316.

Boutreux. See Botreaux.

Bovevagh, Bothmeabha [co. Londonderry], 469.

Bowden, Bolden [co. Roxburgh], 19, 66.

Bowet, Henry, archbishop of York, 65, 121, 122, 211, 345, 374.

-, John, 429.

-, -, Edith his wife, 429.

-, Robert, archdeacon of Nottingham, canon of York and Beverley, rector of Benacre, 421, 438.

Bowmaker, Boumaker, John, archdeacon of Teviotdale, 511.

-, Bowmakar, Robert, monk of Arbroath, afterwards monk of Dunfermline and prior of Coldingham, 125, 126.

Boydelle, Isabel, 87.

Boydon, William, Benedictine monk, 311.

Boyle, de Buellio, de Bullio [co. Roscommon], Cistercian abbey of St. Mary, abbot of, papal mandatary, 96.

-, -, abbot of, secular benefice unlawfully held by, 547.

-, -, Cormac, abbot of. See Mac-david.

-, -, abbot of. See Macdonnchaid; Macdiarmada.

-, -, monks of, 193, 426.

- See Inchmacnerin.

Boynton, Christopher, donsel, 323.

-, -, Elizabeth his wife, damsel, 323.

Boys, Margaret de, noblewoman, 413, 415.

Brabant, duke of. See John.

-, duchess of. See Jacqueline.

Brackley, Brakley [co. Northants], Augustinian hospital, master of. See Morton.

-, -, statutes of, 469.

Bradeley, William, abbot of Winchcomb, 322.

Bradewell. See Bradwell (Holy Trinity).

Bradewelle Magna. See Bradwell near the Sea.

Bradfield, Bradfelde [co. Essex], St. Laurence's, 342, 343.

Bradford [co. York, W.R.], Joan Wileson of, 520.

Bradwell, Holy Trinity, Bradewell [co. Essex], 220.

Bradwell near the Sea, Bradewelle Magna [co. Essex], 209, 210.

Brady, Nicholas, bishop of Kilmore, 161, 503.

Brafferton, Brafyrton [co. York, N.R.], 276, 277.

Brakley. See Brackley.

Brancatiis, Raynald de. See Cardinal deacons (St. Vitus's in Maccllo).

Brandenburg [Prussia], Frederick, margrave of, 32.

Brandon, in the diocese of Norwich, 177.

Brandon Ferry, Brandonfery [co. Suffolk], 138.

Brannfada. See Offhicari.

Brasse, Robert, rector of High Halden, 145.

Brawby, Roger, vicar of Ludyngton, 533.

Braybrok alias Pole, Joan, lady of Cobham, damsel, 330.

Braybroke, Robert, bishop of London, 231, 232.

Braynok, Robert, an Augustinian canon, after-wards prior, of Mullingar, 194, 195.

Breamchyam, Thomas, vicar of Athenry, 112.

- See Bremycheam.

Brechin [co. Forfar], bishop of, papal man-datary, 63, 405.

-, -, patronage of, 344, 345, 354.

-, - See Crannach.

-, dean of, papal mandatary, 371.

-, dean and chapter of, patronage of, 344, 345, 354.

-, official of, papal mandatary, 64, 238, 239, 296.

-, canons of. See Duncani; Hamylton; Lyndesay; Myrton; Spalding.

-, prebend called the vicarage of the cathedral church of, 242.

Brecon, John de, rector of Routes 398.

Breda, Master Panthaleo de, papal chaplain. auditor of causes of the papal camera, 568, 569.

Bredbury, Breydbry [near Stockport, co. Chester], Thomas Asshtan of, layman, 14.

Bredon, St. Giles, Bredon [co. Worcester], 524.

- See Mitton.

Breg, Simon, rector of Haddington, 359.

Brekill Magna. See Brickhill, Great.

Bremicheam, William, William de. See Bremycheam.

Brempton, Alice, of Chaccorp, 56.

Bremycheam, Bremicheam, Milerus de, Mylerus de, rector of Athenry, 397, 503.

-, Raymond, Remundus, canon of Tuam and rector of Killererin, afterwards provost of Tuam and rector of Dun-more, 160, 161, 568, 569.

-, Bremychcen, Walter, donsel, 187.

-, William, rector of Dunmore in the diocese of Tuam, 568, 569.

-, William de, rector of Athenry in the diocese of Tuam, 397, 503.

- See Bermyngham.

Brenkill Magna. See Brickhill, Great.

Bresete Magna. See Bricett, Great.

Bresyngham, Thomas, nobleman, 338.

Bret, William, priest, of the diocese of Canter-bury, 313.

Brett’, William, vicar of Frome in the diocese of Bath and Wells, 217.

Brewstre, Alice, 319.

Brewstere alias Moraunt, John, priest, 326.

Breydbry. See Bredbury.

Bricett, Great, Bresete Magna [co. Suffolk], Augustinian priory of St. Leonard, canon of, 515.

Brichi, Maurice, prior of Oransay, 457.

-, -, Donald Moricii his son, an Augustinian canon and prior of the same, 457.

Bricii, Colin, rector of Strath, 461.

Brickhill, Great, Brekill Magna, Brenkill Magna [co. Bucks], 546.

Bricstonia, Thomas de, a Dublin landholder, 130.

Bridbroke, John, precentor and canon of Hereford, 232.

Briddlesford, Brydlisford [in Arreton parish, Isle of Wight], chapel of, 567.

Bridgnorth, Brugghenart’ [co. Salop], chapel royal of, canon of. See Coudray.

Bridgwalton, Walton [in Morville parish, co. Salop], prebend in Bridgnorth, 364.

Bridgwater, Brugge, Bruggewalter [co. Somer-set], Augustinian hospital of St. John Baptist, 62, 63.

-, parish church of, 63.

-, Richard Purchaz of, layman, 63.

- See Horsey.

Bridlington, Brydlyngton [co. York, E.R.], Augustinian priory, prior of. See Gysburne.

Bridlyngton, Richard, an Augustinian canon, 319.

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

Brigge, William, citizen of London, 534.

-, -, Margaret his wife, 534.

- See Brygge.

Brikelsworth. See Brixworth.

Brilon, John de, clerk, 144.

Brimonte, Simon de, knight, 7.

Brincke alias Dobeler, Brinck alias Dobeler, John, canon of St. Davids, and of Alt Sanct Paul's and Sanct Martin's, Munster, rector of Shorwell and of Wooton, chaplain of Appleford and Briddlesford, 155, 566, 567.

Brinkworth, Bryngkeworth, Brynkeworth [co. Wilts], 176, 260.

Bristol, Bristoll, Benedictine abbey of St. Augustine [now the cathedral], chapel in the precincts of, 387.

-, parish church of St. Stephen, 209, 210.

-, parish church of St. Werburgh, 213, 247.

Bristow, Elias, vicar of the second portion of Lusk, afterwards vicar of Rathroe, 113.

Brittany, John, duke of, 19.

Brixworth, Brikelesworth [co. Northants], prebend annexed to the chancellorship of Salisbury, 525.

Brochour, John, of the diocese of Norwich, 420.

-, -, Alice his wife, 420.

- See Brokere.

Brodok, Olive, 226.

Broghton, John, 527.

-, -, Margaret his wife, 527.

Broghton, diocese of Lincoln, 278.

Brokere, John, citizen of London, 838.

-, -, Eleanor his wife, 338.

- See Brochour.

Brokkele, John, citizen of London, 431.

-, -, Catherine his wife, 431.

Brolio, Oliver de, Benedictine monk of Saint- Sulpice, afterwards prior of Locmaria, 373, 374.

Bromehill, Bromhyll [in Weeting parish, co. Norfolk], Augustinian priory, canon of, 181.

Bromfield, Brumfeld [co. Cumberland], 216, 224.

Bromholm, Bromholme [co. Norfolk], Cluniac priory, prior of. See Chandelier; Lod-don'; Paston.

-, -, monk of, 180.

Bromhyll. See Bromehill.

Bromiert. See Bromyard.

Bromley, Great [co. Essex], 415.

Bromoyude See Bromyard.

Brompton in Pickering Lythe, Brompton in Pykerynglih, Brompton in Pykeryng-lithe [co. York, N.R.], 42, 43, 343.

Bromyard, Bromiert, Bromoyude [co. Here-ford], 364, 506.

Bron, Bron', David, canon of Dunbar and Sterling, rector of Cults, chaplain of Drem, 444.

-, Thomas, priest, 479, 535.

- See Broun; Brown.

Brond, Robert, 532.

-, -, Joan his wife, 532.

Bronhiaco, John de, cardinal bishop of Ostia. See Cardinal bishops.

Bronis, Thomas, I.U.B., 469.

Bronn, monastery of. See Bourn.

Broun, Broun', Broune, John, esquire, 335.

-, John, vicar of Danesfort in the diocese of Ossory, 351.

- alias Cordon, Richard. See Brown alias Cordon.

-, Thomas, priest, 334.

-, William, 549.

- -, Agnes his wife, 549.

-, William, a Benedictine monk of Dun-fermline, prior of Coldingham, 492.

-, William, archdeacon of Orkney, vicar of Lilliesleaf, 148, 149.

- See Bron; Brown.

Brounflete, Henry, of London, knight, 421.

Brounyng, William, vicar of Modbury, chaplain of archbishop Chicheley, 207.

Brown, Brwn, John, rector of Loggan in the diocese of Ferns, 266.

-, Richard, priest, of the diocese of York, 316.

- alias Cordon, Broun, Broun alias Corden, Broun alias Cordon, alias Car-don, Richard, archdeacon of Rochester, canon of Ferns and Salisbury, rector of Newchurch, chaplain of St. Laurence's in the diocese of Rochester, advocate of the papal consistory, 16, 142, 222, 281, 286, 300, 420–422.

-, Robert, rector of West Keal, 507.

- See Bron; Broun.

Brownstown, Chechkelchi, Thechelchi [in the parish of Balrothery West, co. Dublin], a possession of St. Mary's abbey, Dub-lin, 130.

Bruchundi, Bruchundy. See Churchtown alias Bruhenny.

Brugge, Bruggewalter. See Bridgwater.

Brugghenart’. See Bridgnorth.

Bruhenny. See Churchtown alias Bruhenny.

Brumfeld. See Bromfield.

Brun, Richard, chancellor and canon of Leigh-lin, 356.

-, William, a benefactor of St. Mary's abbey, Dublin, 130.

Brunham. See Burnham Thorpe.

Brunrathy. See Bunratty.

Brunspath, Thomas, rector of Oswaldkirk, 218.

Brwn, John. See Brown.

Bryan, John, precentor of Ferns, 90.

-, John, vicar of Burton Agnes in the diocese of York, 345.

Bryd, Geoffrey, a Benedictine monk, 332.

Bryde, Thomas, prior of Mullingar, 194.

Brydlisford. See Briddlesford.

Brydlyngton priory. See Bridlington.

Brygge, Brygg', Richard, esquire, 562.

-, William, clerk, of the diocese of Norwich, 507.

-, William atte, priest, of the diocese of Norwich, 549.

- See Brigge.

Brygman, Thomas, vicar of Foston upon the Wolds, 522, 562, 563.

Brymisgrove alias de Pul, alias de Pull, Beymmysgroue, John, canon of Salis-bury, 326, 428.

-, John, rector of Bishop's Cleeve in the diocese of Worcester, 217.

Bryngkeworth. See Brinkworth.

Bryniston. See Burneston.

Brynkeworth. See Brinkworth.

Bubbewith. See Bubwith.

Bubbewyth, Nicholas, bishop of Bath and Wells, 41, 45, 55, 78, 81, 85, 408.

-, Thomas, chancellor and canon of Wells, canon of Lichfield and London, 140.

Bubwith, Bubbewith [co. York, E.R.], 521.

Buchan, John, earl of. See Stewart.

Buchan. See Deer, Old.

Buckden, Buggden [co. Hunt.], 308.

Buckenham, St. Nicholas, Bokynham Ferye [co. Norfolk], 300.

Buckfastleigh, Buckfast [co. Devon], Cistercian abbey, abbot of. See Beache.

-, -, convent of, 289.

Buckingham, John de, bishop of Lincoln, 195, 196.

Buckingham [co. Bucks], archdeacon of, faculty to, 427.

- See Bucks.

Buckland, Bokelond [co. Devon], Cistercian abbey, abbot of, papal mandatary, 435.

- St. Mary. See Bekeland.

- Sororum, Bokeland, Boklond [now Buckland Farm in Durston parish, co. Somerset], Hospitallers’ priory at, 180.

- -, prioress and sisters of, 311.

Bucknall. See Bukinhill.

Bucknell, Bukenhull, Bukenhulle [co. Oxford], 56, 176, 260.

Bucks, commissary etc. of the bishop of Lin-coln in. See Symond.

- See Buckingham.

Buggden. See Buckden.

Buildwas, Beldewas [co. Salop], Cistercian abbey, abbot of, papal mandatary, 208.

Buk alias Alsy, John, clerk, notary, 216.

Bukenhull, Bukenhulle. See Bucknell.

Bukinhill, diocese of Lincoln (? Bucknall, co. Lincoln), 501.

Bullock, Bullob, Bullok, John, Augustinian canon of St. Andrews, afterwards bishop of Ross, 287, 288.

-, John, vicar of Dalgety in the diocese of St. Andrews, 144.

Bulpanne, John, donsel, 533.

Bunnham, Henry. See Burnham.

Bunratty, Brunrathy, Bunrathi, Bunrathy alias Tradry [co. Clare], 352, 354, 490, 510, 511.

Burbaych, James, priest, notary, 216.

Burdenay. See Bardney.

Burdet, Thomas, knight, 312.

-, -, Isabel his wife, 312.

Burdevyle, John, donsel, 338.

-, -, Amy his wife, 338.

Burgh, Robert, vicar in Wells cathedral church, 414.

Burghclere [co. Southants], 157.

Burgo, David de, clerk, of the diocese of Tuam, 539.

-, David de, alias Ocyban, clerk, of the diocese of Kilmacduagh, rector of Ardrahan in that diocese, 270.

-, -, rector of Isertkelly in the diocese of Kilmacduagh, 400.

-, Edmund de, canon of Clonfert, rector of Loughrea, 109.

-, Edmund de, canon of Tuam, papal mandatary, 265, 266.

-, Hubert, Hobertus de, rector of Ardrahan in the diocese of Kilmac-duagh, and of Loughrea in the diocese of Clonfert, 270.

-, -, rector of Duniry in the diocese of Clonfert, 106.

-, John de, archdeacon of Tuam, 510.

-, John de, alias Ohuban, canon of Tuam, vicar of Ballinrobe, 275.

-, Saub (Sadbh, anglice Sally) de, 426.

-, Thomas de, Augustinian canon of Clare, afterwards bishop elect of Elphin, 426, 460.

-, Walter de, patron of Beagh in the diocese of Kilmacduagh, 97.

- -lord of Conmaicne Cuile (q. v.), in the diocese of Tuam, 452.

-, William de, canon of Tuam, rector of Ballinrobe, etc., 112.

Burgoyne, John, rector of Barnack, 301.

Burgundy, duke of. See John; Philip.

Burneston, Bryniston [co. York, N.R.]. 533, 535.

Burnham, Bunnham, Henry, archdeacon of Lismore, rector of Dungarvan, 511, 512, 526.

-, Richard, canon of Lincoln, rector of Pytchley, 286.

Burnham [co. Bucks], Augustinian nuns abbey, nun of, 68, 492.

- Thorpe, Brunham [co. Norfolk], 535.

Burre, John, priest, 326.

Burton, John, rector of Petworth, afterwards of Brompton in Pickering Lythe, treasurer of bishop Beaufort, 42, 43, 343.

-, Nicholas, canon of Wells, rector of Cley next the Sea, 227.

Burton Agnes, Burton Annas [co. York, E.R.], 345.

- Lazars, Burton [co. Leicester], Lazar hospital of, master of. See Lynton'; Schriggeley.

Burton upon Trent [co. Stafford], Benedictine abbey, monk of, 301.

Bury, John, Benedictine monk, 416.

-, John, donsel, 417.

-, -, Agnes his wife, 417.

Bury St. Edmunds, Bury [co. Suffolk], Bene-dictine abbey, abbot of, papal man-datary, 21, 127, 288, 538.

-, -, William, abbot of. See Excetre.

-, -, abbot and convent of, 60, 82, 330.

-, -, monk of, 327.

-, -, appropriated churches of, 82.

-, parish churches of St. Mary the Virgin and St. James the Apostle, 82.

Burynu. See Bourney.

Busby, John, rector of Eaglesham, afterwards chancellor and canon of Glasgow, 114, 115, 294.

Busch', Robert, donsel, 337.

-, -, Alice his wife, 337.

Bute, Donald de, canon of Aberdeen, 159.

Buthe, Roger, 550.

-, -, Thomasia his wife, 550.

Butler. See Bottiller.

Buttevant, Botonia. See Ballybeg.

Buttiller, Thomas, 299, 310.

-, -, Macilla his wife, 299, 310.

- See Boteler; Botiller; Botleer; Bottiller.

Butyun. See Bourney.

Bwle, Henry, a Friar Minor, 447.

Bykleswade. See Biggleswade.

Byland [co. York, N.R.], Cistercian abbey of St. Mary, abbot of, papal mandatary, 218.

Bynbrok. See Binbrook.

Bynham, Helen de, noblewoman, 326.

Byrcby, Byrtby, William, priest, 421.

Bysshopton, William, rector of Great Bromley, 415.

Bytteswell. See Bitteswell.

Bytturley, Richard, donsel, 447.