Index of Persons and Places
D, E, F, G

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'Index of Persons and Places: D, E, F, G', Calendar of Papal Registers Relating to Great Britain and Ireland, Volume 7: 1417-1431 (1906), pp. 607-623. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=104390 Date accessed: 02 September 2014.


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Daber, Richard, clerk, notary, 427.

Dacorand. See Corran.

Dacre, St. Andrew, Dacre [co. Cumberland], 572, 573.

Daerecaechain alias Dirkirchan. See Derry-keighan.

Dairyluran. See Derryloran.

Dalberd, Daleber, Dalebere, John, canon of Hereford, rector or warden of Tormar-ton, rector of St. Martin's, Oxford. 283, 284, 416, 470, 532.

Dalby, John, rector of St. Nicholas's, Dover, 311.

Dalchet, John de, vicar of Lasswade, after-wards rector of Penicuik, 151

Daleber, Dalebere, John. See Dalberd.

Dalgety, Dalgathy [co. Fife], 144.

Dalgles, John de, rector of Kirkforthar, after-wards of Eassie, 103.

Dalketh, William de, Benedictine monk, 195.

Dalkeith, Dalketh [co. Edinburgh], James de Douglas, knight, lord of, 170.

-, -, -, William son of, don-sel, 170.

Dalling, Field, Dalynghe [co. Norfolk], 504.

Dallyng, Simon, rector of All Saints, Warham, and of Broghton, 203, 278.

Dalton, John, canon of Bangor, rector of St. Ebbe's, Oxford, chaplain of William, bishop of Carlisle, 56, 57, 277, 304.

Dalynghe. See Dalling.

Damet, Thomas, rector of Stockton (corrected in the register from Hindon), 226.

Damport, Christopher, Griffin, John and Richard de. See Davnport.

Damynys. See Devenish.

Dandelyon, Marcellus, monk, afterwards abbot, of St. Augustine's, Canterbury, 171, 191, 215, 232, 233, 494.

Dandulo, Benedict and Thomas, members of the pope's household, 16. Danesfort, Donfert [co. Kilkenny], 351.

Daniell’, Richard, rector of Swillington, 326.

Dany or Davy, John, 549.

-, -, Agnes his wife, 549.

Darcy, Eleanor, lady, 317.

-, See Darsy.

Darell, Darell, John, donsel, 335, 339.

-, -, his wife, 335, 339.

-, William, donsel, 321.

-, -, his wife, 321.

Darg. See Abbeyderg.

Daricauchan. See Derrykeighan.

Darnley, Derneley [in Eastwood parish, co. Renfrew], Alexander Steuart of, donsel, 320.

-, John Stewart, knight, lord of, 320.

-, -, Elizabeth his wife, 320.

Darsy, Robert, clerk, notary, 348.

-, See Darcy.

Darver, Derver, Dervet [co. Louth], 498, 559.

Daunttesey, Edward, bishop of Meath, 83, 87, 192–194, 203, 221, 292, 481, 498.

Davenham, St. Wilfrid, Davenham [co. Ches-ter], 499.

Daventry, Daventr', Davyntre [co. Northants], Benedictine (Cluniac) priory, monk of, 291.

-, -, appropriated chapel of, 362.

David ap Gruffud Goch, layman, 117, 118.

David ap Hopkyn, donsel, 430.

David ap Hopkyn, donsel, 451.

-, Gwentlyan verch Gruffyth, his wife, 451.

David, Bean, precentor of Lismore (i.e. Argyll), vicar of Kilbride, 406, 407.

-, John, priest, notary, 349.

-, John, minister of the Friars Minors of the English province, 458.

Davnport, Damport, Christopher, 14.

-, Griffin, priest, 14.

-, Richard de, 14.

-, -, John of Wheelock, his brother, 14.

Davy or Dany, John, 549.

-, -, Agnes his wife, 549.

Davyntre. See Daventry.

Dax [Landes, France], Bernard, bishop of. See Planche.

-, Francis, bishop of. See Bolpanis.

-, Peter, bishop of. See Bosco.

-, chapter, etc. of, papal letters to, 493.

Day, Odeaigh (O'Dea), Denis, precentor of Limerick, afterwards bishop of Ossory, 160, 174, 175, 190, 357, 434, 493.

-, See O'Dea; Odeay.

Dayson, John, priest, 339.

Dean, Nether, All Saints, Dene [co. Bedford], 496.

Dearg. See Abbeyderg.

Debton. Roger, 319.

-, -, Margaret his wife, 319.

Dechenyng. See Ditchling.

Decuaimfabayr (rectius de Tuaimfabayr). See Toomour.

Deeping, Market, Est Depyng’ [co. Lincoln], parish church of St. Guthlac, 284.

Deer, Old, Der, Dere [in Buchan parish, co. Aberdeen], Cistercian abbey, abbot of, papal mandatary, 159, 160, 234, 243.

-, -, Andrew, abbot of. See Tyry.

-, -, Robert, abbot of, 346.

-, -, William, abbot of. See Belle.

-, -, abbot and convent of, patron-age of, 167.

-, -, monks of, 346, 347.

-, -, convent of, election by, 346, 347.

Deerhurst, Durhurst [co. Gloucester], Bene-dictine alien priory, prior of. See Mangoson or Maugoson.

Dekyn, John, of Wigtoft, the younger, priest, 414.

Delamere, Herbert. See Almar.

Dele, Richard, a Benedictine monk, 62.

Delge. See Kildellig.

Delvin, Delvyn [co. Westmeath], 71, 507.

-, See also Offinelan.

Demor. See Diamor.

Denby, Joan, 326.

Dene, Ellen, a Benedictine nun, 312.

-, Lettice, a Benedictine nun, 311.

-, Margaret, 330.

-, William, vicar of West Thurrock, 434, 435.

Dene. See Dean.

Denham, Corton. See Corton Denham.

Denton, Dentun, diocese of Lincoln, Thomas Trondon (or Troudon), of, clerk, 573.

Denys, Richard, rector of Otley, 317.

Deopham, Depham [co. Norfolk], 454.

Deping, Depyng. See Pyng.

Depyng, Est. See Deeping.

Der. SeeDeer, Old.

Derby, Robert, 532.

-, -, Joan his wife, 532.

-,William, canon of Wells, rector of Terrington in the diocese of Norwich, treasurer of John Fordham, bishop of Ely, 252.

-, -, priest, of the diocese of Ely, 536.

Dere, See Deer, Old.

Dereham, West, Derham, West Derham [co. Norfolk], Premonstratensian abbey, abbot of, papal mandatary, 207, 211.

Derffeld', Robert, priest, 317.

Derham. See Dereham.

Derinton, Thomas, rector of West Kirby, 388.

Derlynge, John, clerk, notary, 216.

Dermach. See Durrow.

Dermoid, John, canon of Armagh, 286.

Dermont, John, vicar of Kinnoir, 151.

Derneley. See Darnley.

Derrane, Dorean [in Kilbride parish, co. Ros-common], Augustinian priory of St. Mary, prior of, papal mandatary, 541.

-, -, Odo, prior of. See Omartain.

-, -, Patrick, abbot of. See Macmurrig.

-, -, canon of, 61.

Derry [co. Londonderry], Donald, bishop of. See Omeraich.

-, Donald, bishop elect of. See Mackamail.

-, John, bishop of, 134, 186.

-, Simon, bishop of, 44.

-, dean of, papal mandatary, 62, 75, 150, 237, 547.

-, -, See Macblosgaid; Macgilla-bridi; Macinolynd; Occaruallan.

-, archdeacon of, papal mandatary, 267, 403, 404.

-, Arthur, sub-guardian of the spirituali-ties of the see of, afterwards bishop of Clogher. See MacCamoeil.

-, official of, papal mandatary, 123, 395, 400.

-, canons of. See Macblosgaid (Dermit and Maurice); Macgillabridi; Macka- mail; Macmolamphaid; Odubail, Okaer-tean; Okathan; Okearbolan.

-, Cella Nigra, Augustinian abbey of St. Columba, abbot of, papal mandatary, 62, 395, 397, 457, 547, 548.

-, -, Maurice, abbot of, 61.

-, -, Odo, abbot of, 60.

-, -, Philip, abbot of. See Magra-bortaid.

-, -, canons of, 59, 64, 96, 547.

-, -, indulgence for, 275, 276.

Derrykeighan, Daerecaechain alias Dirkirchan, Daricauchan (i.e. Daire Chaochain) [co. Antrim], parish church of St. Colman, 76, 273, 274.

Derryloran, Dairyluran [co. Tyrone], 100.

Deruach See Durrow.

Derver, Dervet. See Darver.

Derwach. See Durrow.

Desertegny, Disertegindh [co. Donegal], 104.

Desertlyn, Dyserland [co. Londonderry], 39.

Deserto, abbey de. See Kells.

Desmond [co. Kerry], Gerald, earl of, 329.

-, -, James Desmond de Geraldinis his son, afterwards earl, 329, 509.

Devenis, William, canon of Ossory, prebendary of Aghoure alias Freshford, rector of Rosconell, 101.

Devenish, Damynys [co. Fermanagh], Augus-tinian priory of St. Mary, dependent on St. Mary's, Clogher, prior of. See Olannagan; Oflannagan.

-, secular, collegiate and parish church of St. Laisren, St. Lassrianus, prior of. See Macgugyr; Oflannagan.

-, -, rector, plebanus or comorban of. See Macgugyr; Oflannagan.

Dey, Dye, John, clerk, notary, of the diocese of Norwich, 349.

-, -, rector of Southacre in the diocese of Norwich, 536.

Deyncourt, William, lord of Deyncourt, 529.

-, -, Elisabeth alias Elsabeth his relict, 529.

Deys, Master Frederick, papal chaplain and auditor, 187, 188, 199, 200.

Diamor, Demor [co. Meath], 142, 143.

Diarde alias Saret, Thomasia. See Warde.

Didaci, Andrew, O.S.B., bishop of Ciudad Rodrigo, afterwards of Ajaccio, after-wards of Megara, papal mandatary, 77, 203, 499 note.

Dinas, Dynas [co. Pembroke], 387.

Dirkirchan alias Daerecaechain. See Derry-keighan.

Discartfingilli, diocese of Kilmore (? Killy-finla, a townland in Castlerahan parish, co. Cavan), 485, 486.

Disertbecan. See Bekan.

Disertegindh. See Desertegny.

Disertkecan. See Bekan.

Disfurd, Thomas, priest, 343.

Diss, Dysse [co. Norfolk], 418.

Disserttale [(alias Ballycor? in Rathconrath parish, co. Westmeath or Dysart parish], 130.

Ditchling, Dechenyng [co. Sussex], 445, 446.

-, See Wivelsfield.

Dixon, Nicholas, rector of Cheshunt, 336, 337.

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

Doffelde, John, priest, 450.

-, See Duffeld.

Dominici, Adam, vicar of St. Ouen's, Raasay, 223.

-, Dominic, a Benedictine monk, 196.

Dompnach. See Donagh.

Dompnach Caidi. See Donaghedy.

Dompnachcluana. See Donaghcloney.

Dompnachmor. See Donaghmore.

Donagh, Dompnach [co. Donegal], 186.

Donaghcloney, St. Mowus de Dompnachcluana, [co. Down], 264.

Donaghedy, Dompnach Caidi [co. Tyrone], 183.

Donaghmore, Dompnachmor [co. Donegal], 150, 168, 229.

-, Dunecmor [co. Meath], a possession of St. Mary's abbey, Dublin, 130.

-, Dompnachmor, Donmachmor Mugy-hymolair i. e. Magh-Iomchlair [in Dun-gannon barony, co. Tyrone], parish church of St. Patrick, 90, 187, 188, 405, 497.

-, Donnachmoyr [co. Tipperary], prebend in Lismore, 164.

-, [co. Wexford]. See Glascarrig.

Donaldi, Peter, vicar of Kilmore, 407.

Donbar. See Dunbar.

Donbrothy. See Dunbrody.

Doncani, Duncan and Nigel. See Duncani.

Donecan, Thomas, rector of Rathwire, 481.

Donet, Margaret, 312, 318

Donfert. See Danesfort.

Donkyt. See Dunkitt.

Donlowan. See Dunlavin.

Donmachmor Mugyhymclair. See Donagh-more.

Donnachmoyr. See Donaghmore.

Donscombe, Nicholas, rector of Clyst Hydon, 556.

Dooncaha, Dunchacha [a townland in Kil-naughtin parish, co. Kerry], 111.

Doorus, Kyldariffy [a townland in Kinvarra-doorus parish, co. Galway], 271.

Dorean. See Derrane.

Doueri, Richard de. prior of Monymusk, 513.

Doueti (Doet), Theobald, monk and almoner of Cluny, prior of la Charitá 375.

Douglas, Archibald, earl of Douglas, warden of the Marches of Scotland, 68, 69, 101, 143, 203, 298, 358, 369.

-, -, -, duke of Touraine, 360.

-, -, -, -, chancellor of. See Foulis.

-, Archibald de, donsel, 251, 254, 380.

-, -, Eufemia de Graham his wife, damsel, 251, 254, 380.

-, Duglas, Egidia de, 221.

-, James de, knight, lord of Dalkeith, 170.

-, -, William his son donsel, 170.

Douneng, John, priest, 550.

-, SeeDounyng.

Dounham, Richard, nobleman, 551.

Dounyng, John, 550.

-, -, Katherine his wife, 550.

-, See Douneng.

Dover, Dovorre [co. Kent], parish church of St. Nicholas, 311.

-, See West Cliffe.

Down, Robert, clerk, 555.

-, -, Joan his wife, 555.

Down [co. Down], bishop of. SeeCely.

-, Benedictine priory (cathedral), prior of. See Cely; Perkyn.

-, See Ringreagh.

Dowsgy. See Graiguenamanagh.

Drack, William, Benedictine monk of Durham, prior of Coldingham, 492.

Drakestown, Drakiston, Drakyston [co. Meath], 53.

Drausfeld (or Dransfeld), John, donsel, 428.

Drax, Richard, vicar of Burneston, 533, 535.

Drem [co. Haddington], 444.

Dreuach. See Durrow.

Dreuach. See Dryburgh.

Driden, Henry, Henry de, Augustinian canon of Holyrood, vicar of St. Cuthbert's, Edinburgh, successively abbot of Holy-rood, prior of St. Mary's Isle, canon of Holyrood and vicar of Falkirk, 291, 346, 368, 454, 455.

Driffeld’ alias Myrskypp’, Thomas, clerk, notary, 530.

Dring, John, layman, 56.

-, -, John, his son, 56.

-, -, -, Alice his wife, 56.

Drishoge, Drissoch [in Ballyboghil parish, co. Dublin], a possession of St. Mary's abbey, 129.

- [in St. George's parish, Dublin], a possession of St. Mary's abbey, 129.

Drocward, John, 420.

-, -, Blanche his wife, 420.

Drogheda [co. Louth], parish church of St. Peter, 199–201, 205.

Drokenesforde. See Droxford.

Dromard, See Cuil Cnamha.

Dromore [co. Down], bishop of, papal man-datary, 394.

-, John, bishop of. See Curlw.

-, Nicholas, bishop of. See Wartre.

-, Richard, bishop of. See Messing.

-, Odo, dean of, 122.

-, dean and chapter of, 122.

-, archdeacon of, papal mandatary, 152, 263, 265.

-, canons of. See Macbryn (Cristin and Mark); Macdonnagan; Macgillabugi; Machanairchennich; Maguryn; Mag-ynd; O'Kelly (Patrick); Omustrad; Oruonaga.

Drong. See Drung.

Droxford, Drokenesforde [co. Southants]. 257.

Druell', John, rector of Castle Ashby, 562.

Druim, diocese of Dromore, parish church of St. Patrick, 241.

Druimguyn alias Macariambair. See Drum-goon.

Drumachose, Drungrosa or de Roa [co. Lon-donderry], rectory of, alias the comor-banship of St. Cainnech, St. Kannicius, 43.

Drumcliff, Drumcleyb, Drumgleib alias Ocor-maic [co. Clare], 111, 350.

-, Drumcheclyd, Druymclyab [co. Sligo], 393, 436.

Drumcreehy, Durncrike [co. Clare], 171.

Drumcullen, Drumculynd [King's County], 174.

Drumfresse, See Dumfries.

Drumgleib alias Ocormaic. See Drumcliff.

Drumgooland, Druymgualland, Druyngual-land [co. Down], 246, 263.

Drumgoon (including the townland of Magher-anure), Druimguyn alias Macariambair [co. Cavan], 485.

Drumlane, Drumleathan, Druyanleathan [co. Cavan], Augustinian priory of St. Mary, prior of, papal mandatary, 485.

-, rural deanery of, 503.

Drumreilly, Drumyrbealaych [co. Leitrim], 228.

Drumsnat, Drumsnecta [co. Monaghan], 487.

Drumyrbealaych. See Drumreilly.

Drung, Drong [co. Cavan], 116, 159.

-, See Balimicanchobayll.

Druyanloathan. See Drumlane.

Druymclyab. See Drumcliff.

Druymgualland, Druyngualland. See Drum-gooland.

Dryburgh, Driburch [co. Roxburgh], Premon-stratensian abbey, abbot of, papal man-datary, 455, 456.

Drymunan, diocese of Elphin, 396.

Drynkemelk, John, priest, 535.

Dryseach [apparently in Kilnaughtin parish, co. Kerry], 111.

Dublek. See Duleek.

Dublin [co. Dublin], archbishop of, 14, 15.

-, -, papal mandatary, 135, 191, 493.

-, -, patronage of, 95, 162, 166, 245, 424.

-, -, rights of as metropolitan, 505.

-, the late archbishop of, 70.

-, Richard, archbishop of. See Talbot.

-, cathedral church of St. Patrick, dean of 260.

-, -, dean and chapter of, patron-age of, 162, 166, 245, 424.

-, archdeacon of, papal mandatary, 113, 355, 356.

-, -, See Hill.

-, canons of (St. Patrick's). See Aston; Cardinal priests (St. Clement's; Hulles; Hunt; Knaygh; Polton; Rosellis; Saynt Legger; Silk; Smyth (Richard); Sutton; Swayne; Swyft; Vallis; Whyt-hede.

-, Augustinian priory of Christ Church alias Holy Trinity, prior of, papal mandatary, 162, 242.

-, -, -, See Staunton.

-, Augustinian priory of All Saints, prior of, papal mandatary, 201, 239.

-, Augustinian abbey of St. Thomas the Martyr, abbot of, papal mandatary, 242.

-, -, canon of, 195.

-, Cistercian abbey of St. Mary, abbot of, papal mandatary, 195, 196, 424.

-, -, Henry, abbot of, 130.

-, -, Leonard, abbot of, 129.

-, -, abbot and convent of, letters conservatory for, 129.

-, -, -, possessions of, 129–131.

-, parish church of St. Andrew, posses-sion of St. Mary's abbey near, 130.

-, parish church of St. Bridget, 130.

-, parish church of St. Michael, 130.

-, the river Poddle. Pul, 130.

-, Thomas Peyntour, citizen of, 434.

-, -, -, Agnes his wife, 434.

Duddingston, Dudyngiston [co. Edinburgh], 469.

Dudmerton, John de. vicar of St. Mary's de Stall, Bath, 55.

Dudyngiston. See Duddingston.

Duf, Walter, knight, 131.

Duffati, Cristinus, layman, 406.

Duffeld, William, archdeacon of Colchester, rector of Copford, chaplain of arch-bishop Kempe, 472, 544.

-, See Doffeld.

Duglas, Egidia de. See Douglas.

Duieforde. See Dureford.

Duleek, Dublek, Du'cke, Dulek, Duleke [co Meath], Augustinian priory [of St. Mary the Virgin], prior of, papal man-datary, 201, 239.

-, -, Walter, prior of, 87.

-, Augustinian abbey [of St. Kienan], abbot of, papal mandatary, 480, 481.

Duloch [? in Killererin parish, co. Galway], diocese of Tuam, 95.

Dumfermlin, Dumfermlyn, Dumfermlyng. See Dunfermline.

Dumfries, Drumfresse [co. Dumfries], 496.

Dumgarvan. See Dungarvan.

Dunamon, Dunymgan [co. Roscommon], 170.

Dunbar, Columba de, bishop elect of Moray, sometime master of Ruthven hospital, 241, 254.

Dunbar, Donbar [co. Haddington], collegiate church of St. Baya (St. Bee), arch-priestship of, 359.

-, -, canons of. See Bron; Carnis; Myrton.

Dunblane [co. Perth], bishop of, papal mandatary, 69, 148, 149, 154, 238, 239, 248, 251, 259, 380, 440, 441, 473, 474, 511.

-, bishop of, sometime bishop of Orkney, papal mandatary. See Stephani.

-, Finlay, bishop of, 133, 291.

-, William, bishop of See Stephani.

-, dean of, papal mandatary, 400, 404.

-, -, See Ouchtre.

-, official of, papal mandatary, 167.

-, canons of. See Crannach; Johannis; Roleris.

Dunbrody, Portus Beate Marie alias Don-brothy [co. Wexford], Cistercian abbey, abbot and convent of, 113.

Duncaeryn. See Dunkerrin.

Duncalf, John, scholar, 259.

Duncani, Doncani, Duncan, canon of Argyll alias Lismore, papal mandatary, 465.

-, Nigel, rector of St. John the Evan-gelist's in Ardinis (q.v.), 406.

-, Thomas, canon of Brechin, vicar of St. Machar, 371.

-, See Donecan.

Dunchacha. See Dooncaha.

Dundalk [co. Louth], vicarage of St. Nicholas's, 73.

Dundaygre, Dundaygri. See Duniry.

Dundee, Dunde [co. Forfar], castle of, 262.

Dunecmor. See Donaghmore.

Dunfermline, Dumfermlin, Dumfermlyn, Dum-fermlyng, Dunfermelin, Dunfermellyn, Dunfermelyn, Dunfermelyne, Dunfer- melyng. Dunfermerlyn, Dunfermlyn, Dunfermlyne [co. Fife], Benedictine abbey, 125, 126.

-, -, abbot of, papal mandatary, 141, 144, 238, 291, 465.

-, -, William, abbot of, 290.

-, -, abbot and convent of, patron-age of, 102, 175, 256, 290, 294.

-, -, sacrist of. See Roston; Bothwil.

-, -, monks of, 290, 328, 413, 492, 561.

-, -, alleged dependent priory of. See Coldingham.

Dungarvan, Dumgarvan [co. Waterford], 512.

Dungiven, Dungeimin, Dungemin, Dungemyn, Dungevin [co. Londonderry], Augus-tinian priory of St Mary the Virgin, prior of, papal mandatary, 49, 273, 462.

-, -, Clement, prior of, 44.

-, -, John, prior of. See Okean-dealagh.

-, -, prior of. See Omiragaid (John and Philip).

-, -, prior and convent of, 62.

-, -, canons of, 62, 400, 457.

Dunham, James, Augustinian canon, 128.

Dunham, Sunham [co. Notts], prebend in Southwell, 41.

Dunholme, Dunham [co. Lincoln], prebend in Lincoln, 284.

Duniry, Dundaygre, Dundaygri [co. Galway], 106, 523, 542.

Dunkeld [co. Perth], bishop of, papal mandatary, 73, 93, 99, 102, 240, 248, 259, 260, 287, 291, 298, 406, 407.

-, dean of, papal mandatary, 240, 406, 407.

-, subdean of. See Croyser.

-, treasurer of, papal mandatary, 102.

-, -, See Macnachtane.

-, precentor of, papal mandatary, 118, 354, 406.

-, -, See Atholia.

-, chancellor of. See Lang; Chylde; Wincestre.

-, official of, papal mandatary, 238, 239, 377.

-, -, See Atholia.

-, -, canons of. See Atholia; Chylde; Crannach; Croyser; Grenlaw; Hawyke; Lang; Lawedre; Militis; Ouchtre; Tunnok.

-, See Inchmagrannoch.

Dunkerrin, Duncaeryn [King's County], 573.

Dunkeswell, Dunkyswyll [co. Devon], Cister-cian abbey, abbot of, papal mandatary, 217.

Dunkitt, Donkyt [co. Kilkenny], 352.

Dunkop. See Dunlop.

Dunkyswyll. See Dunkeswell.

Dunlavin. Donlowan [co. Wicklow], prebend in Dublin, 489.

Dunlop. Dunkop [co. Ayr], 210, 295.

Dunmore, Dunmor [co. Galway], 161, 568, 569.

Dunmoylon, Dunmylyn [co. Limerick]. 572.

Dunnottar, Dunnottir, Dunotir, Dunotyr [co. Kincardine]. 158, 404.

Dunoon, Dunnoyng [co. Argyll], parish church of St. Mary, 313.

Dunotir, Dunotyr. See Dunnottar.

Dunstable, Dunstaple [co. Bedford], Augus-tinian priory, prior and convent of, 436, 437.

Dunymgan. See Dunamon.

Durford, Duieforde [parish of Rogate, co. Sussex], Premonstratensian abbey, indulgence for the church of and the chapel of St. Mary the Virgin and St. John Baptist, 155.

Durham [co. Durham], bishop of, papal man-datary, 20–22, 80, 145, 146, 152, 158, 210, 216, 224, 272, 345, 383, 387, 389, 392, 526, 538.

-, Thomas, bishop of. See Longley (or Langley).

-, archdeacon of. See Honyngham; Kempe; Cardinal priests (St. Clem-ent's); Gilbert.

-, Benedictine priory (cathedral), prior of, patronage of, 466, 467.

-, -, monk of, 492.

-, -, cell of. See Coldingham.

Durhurst. See Deerhurst.

Durmach. See Durrow.

Durncrike. See Drumcreehy.

Durris, Durrys [co. Kincardine], 151.

Durrow, Durmach [Queen's co. and Kilkenny], 73.

-, Dermach, Deruach, Derwach, Dreuach, Durmach, Duruake [King's County], Augustinian priory of St. Mary, prior of, papal mandatary, 61, 164, 174, 484, 488, 489.

-, -, Dermit, prior of. See Olongayn.

-, -, Malachy, prior of. See Okynga. -, -, canon of, 180.

Durrys. See Durris.

Durston. See Buckland Sororum.

Duryvall,’ Richard, rector of Diss, 418.

Duuenachbrin, a possession of St. Mary's abbey, Dublin, 129.

Duwe, lands of, in Finhaven, q.v.

Duxford. See Whittlesford Bridge.

Dybold, Roger, priest, 310.

Dye, John. See Dey.

Dyer, John, layman, 413.

Dygon, John, vicar in Salisbury cathedral church, 412, 414.

Dyllon, John, prior of Mullingar, 195.

Dynas. See Dinas.

Dyneley, Dyneley, Oliver, canon of Salisbury, rector of St. Sampson's. Cricklade, and of Fittleton, 176, 521.

Dynham, Dynhin, John, knight, 321.

-, -, Philippa his wife, 321.

Dysart. See D sserttale.

Dyscrland. See Desertlyn.

Dyseyrthceallayd’. See Isertkelly.

Dysse. See Diss.

E

Eachraim Omany, Eachraymomayne. See Aughrim.

Eachros, See Aughris.

Eadgra. Auina ingi. See Oheadgra.

Eaglesham, Eglisame, Eglishoone [co. Ren-frew], 114, 115, 294.

Ealdyng. See Yalding.

Eard. See Crayford.

Earlstown, Erleiston [co. Kilkenny], 180.

Eartham, Ertham [co. Sussex]. prebend in Chichester, 84.

Easby near Richmond [co. York N.R.]. Pre-monstratensian abbey of St. Agatha, abbot and convent of, 140.

Eastbourne, Estburne [co. Sussex], 538.

Easky. See Ymleachysseal.

Eassie, Essy [co. Forfar], 103, 118.

Eastington, Estynton [co. Gloucester], 549, 551, 554.

Easton Bavents, Eston Bavent [co. Suffolk] parish church [of St. Nicholas, de-stroyed by the sea], 504.

-, -, chapel [of St. Margaret, ex-isting in 1638], 504.

Eastry, Eastri [co. Kent], 454.

Eastwood. See Darnley.

Eaton, Castle, alias Eton Meysey. Stonmeysy [co. Wilts], 439.

Ecclesmachan, Eglismaqwhy [co. Linlithgow], 238.

Edalagh (Ydalagh, Ui Dalagh) alias Mac-umurhuga, John. See Macmurhuga.

Eddynham, Thomas de, rector of Fetteresso, afterwards canon of Aberdeen, 189.

Eddyrston, John, rector of Peakirk, 297.

Edenborch. See Edinburgh.

Edenbridge, Edynbregge [co. Kent], chapel annexed to Westerham, 454.

Edenham, William, a Cistercian monk, 69.

Edermine, Ederdim, Edirdrum [co. Wexford], prebend in Ferns, 142, 281.

Edinburgh, Edenborch, Edenburch, Edinburg, Edunburch, Edymburgh, Edynburg, Edynnbrugh, Edunburch, 152, 290.

-, Augustinian abbey of Holyrood, abbot of, papal mandatary, 136, 335, 336, 359, 372.

-, -, Henry, abbot of. See Driden.

-, -, John, abbot of, 291.

-, -, Patrick, abbot of. See Wyrdirsponne.

-, -, abbot and convent of, patron-age of, 64, 69, 292, 370, 455.

-, -, canons of, 68, 69, 291, 368, 454, 455.

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

-, -, priory dependent on. See St. Mary's Isle.

-, -, abbatial mensa of, 454, 455.

-, provost, bailies and commonalty of, 136.

-, parish church of St. Cuthbert, 454.

-, parish church of St. Giles, 262, 355, 356, 360, 369.

-, -, erected into a colleglate church, 136, 247, 258.

-, -, -, provost of. See Lawedre.

-, -, -, altar of Holy Cross in, 469.

Edirdrum. See Edermine.

Edmund, earl of March. See Mortimer.

Ednam, Edynhame [co. Roxburgh], hospital of, 118.

Eduardi alias Wodewarde, Richard, rector of Pennant, afterwards dean of Saint- Émilion and rector of Stratton St. Mary, 344, 467.

-, See Eduuard etc.

Edunburch. See Edinburgh.

Eduuard, Robert, rector of Kiltennell, 264.

Edwardi, Widiam, archdeacon and canon of Kildare, 164.

Edwart, Thomas, priest, 536.

-, See Eduardi.

Edymburgh. See Edinburgh.

Edynbregge. See Edenbridge.

Edynburg. See Edinburgh.

Edynhame. See Ednam.

Edynnbrugh. See Edinburgh.

Effin, Effyn [co.Limerick], prebend in Limerick, 91, 357.

Eglays. See Eglish.

Eglisame. See Eaglesham.

Eglish, Eglays [King's County], 174.

Eglishoone. See Eaglesham.

Eglismaqwhy. See Ecclesmachan.

Egmanton, Henry, donsel, 562.

-, -, Joan his wife, 562.

Ekyppyng’. Thomas. See Skyppyng'.

Elfael. See Elwell.

Eliot, John, canon of Chichester, rector of Crayford alias Eard, 84.

-, -, See also Cliderow.

Elkington, South [co. Lincoln], Ralph Fitz Thomas of, rector of Winthorpe, 476.

-, See Elkyngton.

Elkot. John, priest, 536.

Elkyngton, Joan, lady of Claythorpe, 336, 338, 340.

Elleford, William, rector of St. Michael's, Crooked Lane, London, 335.

Ellerberk, Robert, donsel, 337.

-, -, Agnes his wife, 337.

Ellingham, Great, Elyngham Magna [co. Nor-folk], 279.

Elmam, North. See Elmham.

Elmham, Elmon, Thomas, prior of Lenton, vicar of the abbot of Cluny, 180.

Elmham, North, North Elmam [co. Norfolk], John Bonde, of, 414.

-, -, -, Margaret his wife, 414.

Elmon, Thomas. See Elmham.

Elphin [co. Roscommon], bishop of, papal mandatary, 270, 426, 483.

-, -, patronage of, 460.

-, -, rights of in respect of the blessing etc. of abbots, 193.

-, Robert, bishop of. See Foston.

-, Thomas bishop of. See Foston

-, dean of, papal mandatary, 59–61, 64, 228, 237, 271, 436, 456, 457, 485, 540, 547.

-, -, See Macdonchreny.

-, dean and chapter of, patronage of, 460.

-, archdeacon of, papal mandatary, 267, 350, 351.

-, provost of, papal mandatary, 193.

-, canons of. See Macgillaruaid; Macoly; Obeollayn (Laurence and Nemeas); Oconchubair; Ogara.

-, capitular mensa of, 170, 171.

Elsworth [co. Cambridge], 205.

Elsyng', William, clerk, notary, 427.

Elsynstoun, William de, a Benedictine monk, 449.

Elton, John, donsel, 301.

-, -, Alice his wife, 301.

-, Oliver, rector of Everingham, 301, 570.

Eluel. See Elwell.

Elveden, William, a Cluniae monk, 313.

Elwalde, John, canon of Glasgow, rector of Markinch and vicar of Selkirk Regis, afterwards rector of Kirkandrews and Kirkinner, with the rectory of Mark-inch in commendam, 251, 269.

Elwell, Elfael, Eluel [co. Radnor], deanery of, in the diocese of St. Davids, 392.

Ely [co. Cambridge], bishop of, papal man-datary, 22, 56, 120, 207, 441, 442, 463, 538, 563, 572.

-, John, bishop of. See Fordham.

-, Philip, bishop of. See Morgan.

-, archdeacon of, papal mandatary, 288, 463.

-, -, official of, 71.

-, Benedictine priory (cathedral, prior of, papal mandatary, 463.

-, -, monks of, 416, 420.

Elyngham Magna. See Ellingham, Great.

Elys, John, priest, 447, 561.

Emlaghfad. See Ballymote.

Emly [co. Tipperary], bishop of, papal man-datary, 52, 85, 167.

-, John, bishop elect of. See Rysshbery.

-, Nicholas, bishop of. See Ball.

-, Robert, bishop elect of. See Wyndell.

-, Thomas, bishop elect of. See Burgo.

-, dean of, papal mandatary, 51, 90, 92, 184, 518.

-, -, See Pellyn.

-, archdeacon of, papal mandatary, 148, 165, 182, 353, 518.

-, -, See Ohanchyn; Orywyrdayn.

-, canon of. See Pellyn.

-, chapter etc. of, papal letters to, 287, 426.

Emneth [co. Norfolk], John Smyth of, priest, 314.

Endellion, Sendelyen (i.e. for St. Endelyen) [co. Cornwall]. 80, 81.

Enerlathen, Enerlithen. See Innerleithen.

Enga. See Termoneeny.

Englond, Anglond, William, prior of Fore, 59.

Ennereilly, Inbearraili [co. Wicklow], 266.

Ennerlithan. See Innerleithen.

Ennisnag, Insnak, Inysnak [co. Kilkenny], prebend in Ossory, 164, 357.

Enverlithan, Enverlythan. See Innerleithen.

Erch, John, vicar of Holy Trinity, Berwick upon Tweed, 351.

-, See Erth.

Erfordia, Erffordia, papal registers rubricated by, 439 note, 543 note.

-, See also Henricus; Hugo.

Erith, John. See Erth.

Erleiston. See Earlstown.

Errigal, Arigal [co. Londonderry], 44.

-, Keerogue, Aregaldacherog, Arigal-dacherog, Arigaldakeroc [co. Tyrone], 68, 70, 188.

Erskine, Erskyn, Erskyne, John John de, chancellor and canon of Glasgow, after-wards rector of Eaglesham, 114, 115.

-, Robert de, knight, 176.

-, -, Janet his daughter, damsel, 176.

Erskine, Erskyn [co. Renfrew], 248.

Erth, Erith, Erth', John, priest, of the diocese of Lincoln, notary, 529.

-, -, vicar of Croft in the diocese of Lincoln, with a pension from the rectory of West Keal in the same diocese, 506, 507, 538.

-, See Erch.

Ertham. See Eartham.

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

Escornaix, Giles d', Egidius de Scornaco, provost of Saint-Sauveur, Harlebeke, papal referendary and envoy to the regent Bedford and to the university of Paris, 30.

Escourte, Escowrt, John and William. See Estcourt.

Esher. See Sandown.

Essex, archdeacon of. See Prentys.

Esslak, Thomas de, scholar, 528.

Essy. See Eassie.

Est Hobeth, diocese of Salisbury, 328.

Estburne. See Eastbourne.

Estcourt, Escourte, Escowrt, John, canon of Abergwilly, rector of St. Stephen's, Bristol, and of Bradwell near the Sea, afterwards rector of Bradwell near the Sea and of Saltwood, 209, 210.

-, William, rector of Shipton Moyne, 363.

Esterton, John, 413.

-, -, Margaret his wife, 413.

Estmer, Estmere, John, priest, 421.

-, John, donsel, 314.

Eston, Walter, rector of Colkirk, vicar of Blockley, 146.

Eston Bavent. See Easton Bavents.

Estrat. See Llanfihangel Ystrad.

Estteby, Richard, priest, 312.

Estynton. See Eastington.

Esyngwald, John, priest, notary, 348.

-, John, of York, donsel, 316.

-, -, -, his wife, 316.

Eton Meysey. See Eaton, Castle.

Ettrick Forest, Forest [co. Selkirk], parish church of St. Mary, 293.

Eudnburch. See Edinburgh.

Eugenius IV. See Cardinal priests (St. Clement's).

Eustace. See Uxtas.

Euster, Joan, 556.

Euston, William, canon of Chichester, vicar-general of the bishop of Chichester 433.

Everdon, John, rector of Hurstmonccaux in the diocese of Chichester, 151.

-, alias Russell, John, rector of Worples-don in the diocese of Winchester, 429.

Everingham, Everyngham, Overyngham [co. York, E.R.], 301, 570.

Evesham [co. Worcester], Benedictine abbey, abbot of, faculty for, 14.

Évreux [Eure, France], bishop of, papal man-datary, 255.

-, treasurer of, papal mandatary, 280.

-, official of, papal mandatary, 280.

-, canons of. See Kirketon; Stopyndon.

-, Benedictine abbey of Saint-Taurin, 59.

-, cathedral church of, 503 note.

Ewer, John, clerk, 555.

-, -, Alice his wife, 555.

Excetre, William, abbot of St. Edmunds, Bury, 60, 82, 330.

Exeter [co. Devon], Thomas, duke of. See Beaufort.

-, bishop of, faculty to, 427.

-, -, papal mandatary, 22, 255, 379, 495.

-, Edmund, bishop of. See Stafford; Lacy.

-, Henry, bishop of. See Marshall.

-, John, bishop of. See Grandisson; Catrik.

-, dean of, faculties to, 427, 530.

-, archdeacon of. See Scheth'; Carslegh

-, treasurer of, papal mandatary, 207, 538.

-, - See Lercedekne.

-, canons of. See Cliderow; Cokeworthy; Collis; Graynivyle; Lyndewode; Pen-crych; Stafford; Waryn.

-, residentiary of. See Lercedekne.

-, cathedral church of St. Peter, college of vicars choral in, 123.

-, mayor and aldermen of. 23.

-, parish churches:—

St. George's, 556.

St. Paul's, 550.

St. Thomas the Martyr's, now St. Thomas the Apostle's, 550.

Exonia, William de, 105.

-, -, John Juvenis his son, rector and vicar of Templemore, 105, 110, 271.

Exstrasyn. See Rasen, Market.

Eye [co. Suffolk], 551.

Eylesford. See Aylesford.

Eynesfordi, John, knight, 64.

-, -, John his son, an Augustinian canon, 64.

Eynsham [co. Oxford], Benedictine abbey, abbot of, papal mandatary, 146.

Eyr alias Harold,’ John, of Compton Bassett, donsel, 333.

-, -, -, Edith his wife, dam-sel, 333.

F

Fabri, Ralph, a Friar Minor, 448.

Fachicomla. See Fahy.

Fader, Peter, priest, 428.

Fahan, Fathan, Fathain, Fathynmura [co. Donegal], rectory of, 113.

-, vicarage of, 117, 123.

Fahy, Fachicomla [co. Galway], 110.

Faidit, Gerald, bishop of Conserans, regent of the Roman chancery, 392, 494 note, 570 note, 573 note.

Faipou, Adam de. lord of Skreen, 130, 131.

Fairfield, Feyrfelde [co. Kent], 454.

Falham. See Fulham.

Falkirk, Faukirk [co. Linlithgow], 455.

Fallan, William, rector of Grendon, 216, 223.

Falowfeld, Isabel, a Cistercian (Benedictine) nun, 516.

Faloyse, William de la, a Benedictine monk, 373.

Falstolf, John, knight, 320, 323.

-, -, his wife, 320, 323.

- See Fastolf.

Farningham, Frennyngham [co. Kent], 454.

- See Fastolf.

Farningham, Frennyngham [co. Kent], 454.

- See Charton.

Fastolf, William, a Benedictine monk, 200

- See Falstolf.

Fathain, Fathan, Fathynmura. See Fahan.

Fattyng, William, donsel, 303.

Fauconer, David, David de, archdeacon of Aberdeen, afterwards rector of Fetter-esso in the diocese of St. Andrews, papal chaplain, 234.

-, -, vicar of Lintrathen in the diocese of St. Andrews, 239.

- See Faukenere; Fawconer; Fawkener.

Faukenere, Katherine, widow, 323.

- See Fauconer; Fawconer; Fawkener.

Faukes, John, rector of All Saints', Hastings, 462.

- See Faukys.

Faukirk. See Falkirk.

Faukys, Thomas, canon of Bangor, rector of St. Bride's, London, 223.

- See Faukes.

Faunt, Thomas, canon of Limerick and of Ossory, rector of Ballybur, 357.

Faversham, Feversham [co. Kent], Benedic-tine abbey, abbot of, papal mandatary, 454.

Fawconer, William, precentor of Ossory, 172.

- See Fauconer; Faukenere; Fawkener.

Fawkener, William, a Benedictine monk, 329.

- See Fauconer; Faukenere; Fawconer.

Fayrwod, John, warden of St. David's hos-pital, Swansea, 107.

Fayt, Nicholas, vicar of Carbury, 489.

Fécamp[Seine-Inféirc;rieure, France], Benedictine abbey of Holy Trinity, abbot of, papal mandatary, 398.

Fediressow, Fedressow. See Fetteresso.

Feldew, John, canon of Aberdeen, vicar of Kilmany, afterwards of Inverkeillor, 102, 175, 176.

Felix, John, an Augustinian canon, 341.

Felmersham, Filmersham, John, donsel, 561.

-, -, Margaret his wife, 561.

-, William, donsel, 561.

-, -, Elisabeth his wife, 561.

Felter, William, rector of St. Werburgh's, Bristol, 213, 247.

Fenis, Roger, knight, 320, 323.

-, -, his wife, 320, 323.

- See Fyns.

Fenit, Fyenayim [co. Kerry], prebend in Ardfert, 166, 227.

Fenton, John, clerk, notary, 147.

-, Robert, vicar of Buckden, 308.

Fercall [baronies of Eglish, Ballyboy and Ballycowan, King's County], 174.

Fereby, John, 420.

-, -, Margery his wife, 420.

Fergan, John, vicar of Jerpoint, 73.

Fermoy [co. Cork], baron of. See Roche.

Fernelay, John, of Acomb, 520.

-, -, Joan his wife, 520.

Ferns [co. Wexford], bishop of, 14, 15, 173.

-, -, papal mandatary, 57, 180, 563.

-, Patrick, bishop of. See Barrett.

-, Robert, bishop of. See Whitty.

-, archdeacon of, papal mandatary, 482.

-, treasurer of, papal mandatary, 482.

-, precentor of. See Whitty; Bryan.

-, canons of. See Brown; Furlong; Rider; Smyth (Richard); Swayne; Wogan.

Ferrara [Emilia, Italy], canon of. See Opiz's.

Ferston, Thomas, a Benedictine monk, 332.

Fertagh, Fertacaereacli (i.e. Fearta-na-g Caorach or Fertacaerach) [co. Kil-kenny], Augustinian priory, canon of, 181.

Fethirressoch. See Fetteresso.

Fetplace, Fetplase, Robert, 418.

-, -, Catherine his wife, 418.

-, Walter, 417.

-, -, Agnes his wife, 417.

Fetteresso, Fediressow, Fedressow, Fethirres-soch, Fredessow, Sfethirressow [co. Kincardine], 189, 234, 358, 400, 465.

Feversham. See Faversham.

Feych, John, 311.

-, -, Alice his wife, 311.

Feyrfelde. See Fairfield.

Fiddown, Ryduyn [co. Kilkenny], 19.

Field Dalling, Dalynghe [co. Norfolk], 504.

Fiennes. See Fenis.

Filgate, Richard, chantry priest in the cathedral church of Lichfield, after-wards in St. Mary's, Southwell, 364, 365.

Fillastre, William. See Cardinal priests (St. Mark's).

Filmersham, William. See Felmersham.

FindmachSee Finnoe.

Fingonii, Fingonius, alias Fyngonius Fyngonii, acolyte, afterwards a Benedictine monk of Iona, 461, 462, 465.

Finhaven, Futhenevyn [in Oathlaw parish, co. Forfar], 240.

Finnoe, Findmach [co. Tipperary], 76.

Finsbury, Haliwell alias Vynesbury [co. Middlesex], prebend in London, 78.

Fishlake, Fysshlace [co. York, W.R.], pairsh of, 521, 522.

-, -, -, chapel of Holy Trinity [Sikehouse] within the, 522.

Fiton, Friton, Fyton, Fytton, Sytton, John, chancellor and canon of Salisbury, rector of Stockport, papal chamberlain, member of the pope's household, 14, 28–30, 85, 525.

-, Richard, layman, 333.

Fittleton, Fytylton [co. Wilts], 521.

FitzEdward, John, scholar, 259.

FitzGerald. See Geraldinis.

Fitzgerrod, William, layman, 362.

FitzGilbert, Richard, earl of Pembroke, a benefactor of St. Mary's abbey, Dublin, 129. See also Richard.

FitzHugh, FytzHugh, Geoffrey, knight, 319.

-, Henry, baron, 317.

-, -, Elizabeth his daughter, dam-sel, 317.

-, Robert, archdeacon of Northampton, canon of Lichfield, Lincoln and York, master of St. Leonard's hospital, York, chancellor of the university of Cam-bridge, 210, 255, 272, 315, 317.

-, William, knight, 319.

-, -, Margery his wife, 319.

FitzJohn, Milo, Milus (Miles), bishop, sometime dean, of Cork, 46, 49, 405.

FitzMaurice, Nicholas, bishop of Ardfert, 220.

Fitzmondi, James. See Symond.

FitzMoris, Fitzmoris, FitzMorys, FizMoris, Fytzmoris, Gerald, 165.

-, -, -, Patrick his son. pre-centor of Ardfert, vicar of Kilmoyly, 165.

-, John, precentor of Ardfert, canon of Ardfert and of Lismore, rector of Kil-lury, 165, 166, 226, 227.

-, Patrick, layman, 220, 366.

-, Thomas, 40.

-, -, David his son, chancellor of Ardfert, 40.

FitzRobert, Robert, citizen of London, 421.

-, -, -, Margaret his wife, 421.

FitzSimon, Fitzsmond, FitzSymon, James. See Symond.

FitzThomas, Ralph, of South Elkington, rector of Winthorpe, chaplain of Thomas Longley, bishop of Durham, 476.

FitzWarin, Elizabeth, baroness. See Hanke-ford.

FitzWilliam, FytzWilliam, Thomas, clerk, notary, 412.

FizMoris, Patrick. See FitzMoris.

Flecchyng. See Fletching.

Fleckel, Master Henry, papal chaplain and auditor, 187, 481.

Flegg, Fleg, Fleg', deanery of [co. Norfolk]. 553, 554.

Fleming, Flemmyng, Flemyng, Christopher, donsel, 221.

-, Edmund, vicar of Kilbragh, after-wards dean of Waterford, 165.

-, Nicholas, archbishop of Armagh, 54, 66, 122, 150.

-, Richard, canon, afterwards bishop, of Lincoln, president of the English nation in the Council of Pavia-Siena, translated by the pope from Lincoln to York and from York to Lincoln, 27, 34, 35, 116, 134, 272, 280, 345, 389 note, 497, 507, 545.

-, -, papal chamberlain and nuncio to England, 5.

-, -, -, Robert his nephew, clerk, 497.

-, Robert, 337.

-, -, Marjory his wife, 337.

Fletching, Flecchyng, Flicchyng [co. Sussex], 411, 433.

Flixton [co. Suffolk], 311.

Flocheneti, Gerard, rector of Kilmolash, 526.

Florence [Tuscany], citizens of, 8, 16.

-, gold florins of. See Florins in Index of Subjects.

Florencia, Leonard de, master-general of the order of Friars Preachers, 514, 515.

-, Poggio de, rector of Droxford, writer and abbreviator of papal letters, 257.

-, Urban de, a Carthusian, papal envoy to France etc., 9, 11.

Floyer, William, priest, 299.

Fodryngheye, John, rector of Heanton Punch-ardon, 534.

Fogo, John, a Cistercian monk, 214.

Fohany. See Baleynaballuguyrth.

Fokeray, William, esquire, 314.

-, -, Joan his wife, 314.

Folkestone, Folkinstone [co. Kent], Benedic-tine priory, prior of, papal mandatary, 78.

Folller (? rectius Fowler), Thomas, priest, 304.

- See Fowler.

Fomechon. See Fumechon.

Fonte Sancti Patricii , abbey de. See Ballin-tober.

Fontereau, Andrew, prior of Tickford, 315.

Fontevrault [Maine-et-Loire, France], priory of the order of. See Amesbury.

Fontmell [co. Dorset], prebend in Shaftesbury, 364.

Forbes, Alexander de, knight, 174.

-, John de, layman, 178.

Ford [co. Devon], Cistercian abbey, abbot of, papal mandatary, 20.

Forde, John, viear of Bampton, 288.

Fordham, John, bishop of Ely, 40, 82, 252, 477.

Fore, Fowr [co. Westmeath], Benedictine priory of SS. Taurin and Feighin, prior of, papal mandatary, 40, 89.

-, -, - See Croyse; Eng-lond; Prendargast.

-, -, prior and convent of, 116.

-, -, monks of, 59.

Forest, John, canon of Lincoln, rector of Middleton Stoney, afterwards rector of Wheathampstead, afterwards arch- deacon of Surrey and canon of Lichfield and Southwell, 40, 41, 256.

- See Foresbarii; Forst; Forster.

- See also Ettrick Forest.

Forestarii, John, rector of Kirkmahoe, 384.

-, Gilbert. See Forster.

- See Forest; Forst.

Forgio alias de Clar, Forgio alias de Clayr, abbey de. See Clare.

Forsches, John, 567.

-, -, Agnes his wife, 567.

Forst, Hugh, a Benedictine monk, 548.

-, Thomas, priest, 450.

- See Forest; Forestarii; Forster.

Forstall', Thomas, precentor of Waterford, vicar of Dunkitt, 352.

Forstar, Gilbert. See Forster.

Forstede, William, donsel, 305.

Forster, Forestarii, Forstar, Gilbert, vicar of Innerleithen, 344, 345, 354.

-, John, canon of York, writer of letters of the papal penitentiary, papal nuncio, 8, 551.

- See Forestarii; Forst.

- See also Foston.

Forteviot, Fortevyot [co. Perth], 156, 173.

- See also Muckersie.

Forvie, Furby, Furvy [in Slains parish, co. Aberdeen], 138, 185, 243, 297, 443.

Foston, John, of Baumber, 341.

-, -, Agnes his wife, 341.

- (alias Forster in Eubel, Hierarchia), Robert, a Friar Minor, to be bishop of Elphin, 68, 134, 213.

Foston upon the Wolds, St. Andrew, Foston [co. York, E.R.], 513, 522, 562, 563.

Foulis, Fowlys, Fowlic, William de, provost of Bothwell, vicar of St. Giles's, Edin-burgh, chancellor of Archibald, earl of Douglas, rector of Cambuslang and Seaton, 203, 204, 298, 360, 369

Foumeschon. See Fumechon.

Fountains [co. York, W.R.], Cistercian abbey of St. Mary, abbot of, faculty to, 530.

-, -, -, papal mandatary, 538.

-, -,John, abbot of. See Ripon.

-, -, abbot and convent of. 144.

-, -, monks of, 318, 333, 419, 556.

Fowler, John, priest, 536.

- See Folller.

Fowlic, Fowlys, William de. See Foulis.

Fowr. See Fore.

Fox, John, donsel, 416.

-, -, Margaret his wife, 416.

-, alias Raghat, Patrick. See Raghat.

-, alias Sionnach. See Osuyne.

Foxton, Thomas, knight, 299, 310.

-, -, Alice his wife, 299, 310.

France. See Index of Subjects.

Francisci, Zenobius, de Cauallariis, citizen of Florence, papal envoy to England, France, Germany and other parts, 8.

Franciscus, abbas. See Meez.

Frank, Franck, Joan, noblewoman, 553.

-, John, archdeacon of Suffolk, 297.

Frankych', Ellen, 524.

Frascati [Lazio, Italy], papal letters dated at, 387.

Fraser, Elizabeth, 174.

Fraunceys, Robert, priest, 451.

Fraunkcheyny, James, rector of Pyworthy, 249.

Fredessow. See Fetteresso.

French alias Steur, Nicholas. See Steur.

Frend, Frend', Frende, John, 340.

-, -, Agnes his wife, 340.

-, Robert. canon of Howden, rector of Waltham in Lindsey, papal chaplain, 4, 315, 319, 380, 386, 413, 415.

Frendi, Robert, deacon, 322.

Frennyngham. See Farningham.

Frere, Richard, acolyte, 568.

Freshford. See Aghoure.

Fresthorp, Solomon, donsel, 306, 308.

-, -, Margaret his wife, 306, 308.

Freyne. See Fergan.

Friday, Robert, 561.

-, -, Rose his wife, 561.

Fridestock. See Frithelstock.

Frigento [Campania, Italy], bishop of, papal mandatary, 162, 165, 201, 217, 230, 296, 297, 353, 367, 508.

Friton, John. See Fiton.

Frithelstock, Fridestock [co. Devon], Augus-tinian priory, canon of, 128.

Frollysworth, Nicholas, rector of Wilby (?), 545.

Frome, Nicholas, abbot of Glastonbury, faculty for, 372.

-, Thomas, canon of Wells, 82.

Frome [co. Somerset], 217.

Fromond, William, donsel, 416.

-, -, Margery his wife, 416.

Frost, John, 311.

-, -, Anne his wife, 311.

-, William, vicar of Flixton, 311.

Frowik, Henry, donsel, 304.

-, -, Isabel his wife, damsel, 304.

Frye, Robert, rector of Loughborough, 332. 342.

Fryth, Richard, layman, 475.

Fuaran. See Oran.

Fuerty, Fydartha [co. Roscommon], prebend in Elphin, 170.

Fulborn, William, donsel, 417.

-, -, Alice his wife, 417.

Fulburne, John, citizen of London, 304.

-, -, Alice his wife, 304.

Fulford, near York, battle at, 470.

Fulforde, John, a Friar Preacher, 289.

Fulham, Falham [co. Middlesex], 85, 86, 314, 435.

-, bishop of London's manor, letters dated at, 474.

Fullonis, Maurice, vicar of Kilmore, 407.

Fu'naby, John, donsel, 336.

Fulthorp, Fulthorp', Fultorp', Thomas, esquire, of the diocese of Durham, 313.

-, Thomas, esquire, of the diocese of York, 322.

-, -, Ellen his wife, 322.

-, William, knight, 322.

Fumechon, Fomechon, Foumeschon [dep. Eure, arr. Les Andelys, one. Radepont], chapel of, 280, 505, 506.

Funagy, Patrick, prior of Nenagh, 183.

Furby. See Forvie.

Furlong, Furlang, William, canon of Ferns rector of Kinnagh, 168, 482.

Furness [co. Lancaster], Cistercian abbey, abbot and convent of, 127.

Furvi. See Forvie.

Futhenevyn. See Finhaven.

Fuxo, Peter de. See Cardinal priests (St. Stephen s on the Coelian).

Fuygre. See Wheery.

Fwyt, John, chancellor and canon of Leighlin, 356.

Fydartha. See Fuerty.

Fyenayim. See Fenit.

Fylay. John, priest, 536.

Fylham, William, archdeacon of Cornwall, 429.

Fynan, John, canon of Ossory, prebendary of Aghoure alias Freshford, 101.

Fyncham, John, a Benedictine monk, 416.

Fyngonii, Fyngonius. See Fingonii.

Fyns, William, donsel, 537.

-, -, Katherine his wife, 537.

- See Fenis.

Fysshburn, Isabel, noblewoman, 419.

Fysshlace. See Fishlake.

Fyt, Wythe, Maurice. See Wythe.

Fyton, Fytton, John and Richard. See Fiton.

Fytylton. See Fittleton.

FytzHugh, Robert. See FitzHugh.

Fytzmoris, Gerald. John and Patrick. See FitzMoris.

FytzWilliam, Thomas. See FitzWilliam.

Fyvie, Syvy [co. Aberdeen], 144, 145.

G

Gage, Richard, citizen of Salisbury, 534.

-, -, Helen his wife, 534.

Galle, Walter, canon of Cork, 51.

- See Walle.

-, William, an Augustinian canon, 536.

Gallen, Galynd [King's County] Augustinian priory of St. Mary, prior of, papal mandatary, 243.

-, -, - See Oduarlla (Dona-tus, Patrick and William).

Galloon, Gamblyn, Ganblyn, Gavalibuin [co. Fermanagh], rectory of, 479, 480.

-, vicarage of St. Congal's, 284.

Galluia . See Galway.

Galos, Martin, papal auditor, bishop of Coria, 239.

Galtrim, Galtrym [co. Meath], 317.

Galway. Galluia [co. Galway], parish church of St. Nicholas, 106, 401.

-, Friars Minors’ house at, friar of, 112.

Galynd. See Gallen.

Galyon, William, nobleman, 447.

-, -, Isabel his wife, 447.

Ganblyn. See Galloon.

Galyon, William, nobleman. 447.

-, -, Isabel his wife, 447.

Gamblyn. See Galloon.

Gambon, Thomas, rector of Aveton Gifford, 537, 538.

Gamice, Joan, damsel, 450.

Gamyll, Thomas, priest, 429.

Ganblyn. See Galloon.

Garot alias Corr, John, vicar of Kinsale, 24.

Garryduff, West. See Kilcurnan.

Garueys, Peter, donsel, of the diocese of Norwich, 517, 551.

-, -, -, Anne his wife, dam-sel, 551.

- See Gerveys.

Gaston, William, donsel, 562.

-, -, Margaret his wife, 562.

Gatys, Thomas, Cluniac monk, 329.

Gaunstede, Saunstede, Simon, archdeacon of Wilts, clerk and keeper of the Rolls, 224.

-, -, canon of York, 339.

Gavalibuin. See Galloon.

Gayler, William, 331.

-, -, Margaret his wife, 331.

Gayton [co. Northants], 305, 309.

Geashill. See Killeigh.

Gedney, Gedneye, John, a Benedictine monk. 327.

-, Thomas, a Benedictine monk, 332.

Geese, John, bishop of Lismore and Water-ford, 477, 482, 511.

Geffrey, Richard, layman, 546.

- See also Zefrey.

Geldeston, Gelston [co. Norfolk], 517.

Gelle, Gell', John, de Neuton. See Neuton.

-, William, priest, 339.

Gelypoth, Roger, priest, 417.

Genazzano, Genazano, Genezano, Salvatus, Salviatus de, member of the pope's household, papal esquire, 25, 26.

Geneva [Switzerland], bishop elect of. See Meez.

-, residence of Martin V at, 132.

Genezano, Salvatus. See Genazzano

Geoffrey ap Nicolas, donsel, 255.

Geraldinis, David de, donsel, 278.

-, James Desmond de. See Desmond.

-, John de, archdeacon of Limerick, 518.

-, Maurice de, 443.

-, -, Gerald his son, canon of Cloyne, 443.

-, Thomas FitzJon de, chancellor of Limerick, 166.

Gerard, John, vicar of Parham, 302.

-, Robert, priest, 550.

Gerebert, John, priest, notary, 349.

Gernet, Roger, priest, 322.

-, William, donsel, 322.

-, -, his wife, 322.

Gerveys, John, esquire, 337.

-, -, Joan his wife, 337.

- See Garueys.

Gesselyn, William, rector of Field Dalling, 504.

Gessilley. See Killeigh.

Gilbert, Robert, archdeacon of Durham, 279, 280.

-, William, esquire, 314.

-, -, his wife, 314.

Gilby, John, rector of Kneesal, 554.

Gildhalle, Richard, donsel, 447, 448.

-, -, Margaret his wife, damsel, 447, 448.

Gilfil. See Macgillapoyl.

Gilfinnan. See MacGillavanaem.

Gille, John, vicar of St. Winnow, 207.

Gillebachach, land of, 130.

Gillegirio, Turfin mach Cristin mach, a bene-factor of St. Mary's abbey, Dublin, 130.

Gillemelin, possessions of St. Mary's abbey, Dublin, in the land of, 130.

Gissilley. See Killeigh.

Glae. See Tooclae.

Glandelak. See Glendalough.

Glascarrig, Glasargy, Glascarric, Glasgarich [in the parish of Donaghmore, co. Wex-ford], Benedictine priory, prior of, papal mandatary, 88, 263, 335, 356.

Glascot. See Glassary.

Glasdall, William, donsel, 550.

-, -, his wife, noblewoman, 550.

Glasgarich. See Glascarrig.

Glasgow [co. Lanark], bishop of, faculty to, 468.

-, -, papal mandatary, 21, 64, 254, 269, 287, 298, 399, 440, 441, 462, 527.

-, John, bishop of. See Cameron.

-, William, bishop of. See Lauder.

-dean of, papal mandatary, 103.

-, - See Myrton; Hamylton.

-, subdean of, papal mandatary, 237, 426.

-, archdeacon of, papal mandatary, 293, 354, 454, 455, 458.

-, precentor of, papal mandatary, 268.

-, official of, papal mandatary, 19, 66, 344, 370.

-, chancellor of. See Erskine; Busby; Were.

-, canons of. See Busby: Cameron; Croyser; Elwalde; Erskine; Glendin-wine; Gray; Grenlaw; Hamylton; Hawyke; Huyston; Lawedre; Ouchtre; Penikuke (George de and Thomas de); Schenes; Scrymegeour; Walteri; Were.

-, chapter of, illicit election by to the see, 478.

-, -, papal letters to, 478.

-, clergy etc. of the city and diocese of, papal letters to, 478.

papal letters to, 478.

-, clergy etc. of the city and diocese of, papal letters to, 478.

-, chapel of St. Thomas the Martyr without, 241, 242, 258, 425.

-, de Glasgow Primo, prebend in Glas-gow, 425.

Glasrod, Glasrode. See Glassary.

Glassach. See Clonshagh.

Glassary, Glascot, Glasrod, Glasrode [co. Argyll], parish church of St. Columba, 156, 266, 268, 404.

Glastonbury, Glastenbirey [co. Somerset], Benedictine abbey of St. Mary, abbot of, faculties to, 348, 543.

-, -, -, papal mandatary, 56, 217.

-, -, Nicholas, abbot of. See Frome.

-, -, abbot and convent of, letters conservatory for. 20.

-, - (claustral) prior of. See Coffyn.

-, -, monks of, 303, 304, 315, 318, 339, 548, 556.

-, -, pension from, 222.

Gleand. See Glen.

Gleannardeala. See Killorglin.

Glemethan. See Clonmethan.

Glen, Gleand, parish of [now a townland in Ardagh parish, co. Longford], 97.

Glencairn, Glencarne [co. Dumfries], 250.

Glendalough [co. Wicklow], dean of. papal mandatary, 186, 264, 266, 520, 521.

-, archdeacon of. See Capy; Clement; Lawles; Mackamail (Donald); Obeyn (Maurice); Obryn (Thady); Snell; Symond; Taylour.

Glendinwine, Glendonwyne, Hauys de, 527.

-, -, Simon her future husband, 527.

-, William de, canon of Aberdeen, Glas-gow and Tours, rector of Glencairn, 250.

Glendorgeoll, St. Modanus de. See Kilmodan.

Gloucester, duke of. See Humphrey; Thomas.

-, duchess of. See Jacqueline.

-, archdoacon of, papal mandatary, 345.

-, - See Herbury.

-, Benedictine abbey of SS. Peter and Paul, 368.

-, -, abbot of, faculties to, 427.

Gnosall, Gnowsale, Knosall’ [co. Stafford], collegiate church, canons of. See Barton; Bekynton.

Godarde, Andrew, priest, 138.

Goderedi, William, the younger donsel, 418.

Godewill, Thomas, priest, 549.

Godfrey, Henry, donsel, 334.

-, -, Joan his wife, 334.

-, William, priest, 413.

Godinogh, Robert, a hermit, 470.

-, William, layman, 470.

Godmersham, Godmisham [co. Kent], 454.

- See Challock.

Godshill. See Appleford.

Godyn, John. priest, of the diocese of Linco'n, 300.

Godyng, John, canon of Lichfield. 534.

Gogar [in Ratho parish, co. Edinburgh], 118, 138, 247.

Golber, Richard. See Gower.

Goldington. See Newenham.

Goldsborough, St. Mary, Goldisburgh [co. York, N.R.], 532.

Goldryng, John, priest, 534.

Goldsmith, Gabriel, of Grantham, clerk, 521.

Goodefelawe, John, clerk, 233.

Gortroe, Gortenach [co. Cork], 89.

Gosloth, John, 340.

-, -, Alice Paston his relict, 340.

Gossalin. Gruffin, priest, notary, 216.

Gosse, Philip, rector of Caundle Bishop in the diocese of Salisbury, 412.

-, -, priest, of the diocese of Salis-bury, 306.

Gosselyn, William. See Gesselyn.

Gotte, William, a Friar Minor, 179.

Gottlieben [Thurgau. Switzerland], near Constance, castle of, 81.

Goudet-en-Velay, de Godeto [Haute-Loire, France], Benedictine priory, 119.

Goudon. See Southdean.

Gower, Golber, Richard, a Friar Preacher of the house of Athenry, 514.

-, -, a Friar Preacher of the house of Portumna, 549.

-, William, warden of St. David's hos-pital, Swansea, rector of Cheriton, 107.

Gowran, Ballygauearn [co. Kilkenny], church of St. Mary the Virgin, 172.

Grab, John, canon of Aberdeen, vicar of Fyvie, 145.

Gracedieu, Gracia dei [in Lusk parish, co. Dublin], Cistercian abbey, abbess and convent of, patronage of, 520.

Grado, Gradensis [Görz and Gradisca], patri-arch of. See Molino.

Grafton, Graffetone [co. Northants? ], chapel of St. Michael the Archangel, 444.

Graham, Eufemia de, damsel, 251, 254, 380.

Graiguenamanagh, Dowsgy [co. Kilkenny], Cistercian abbey of St. Saviour, abbot of, papal mandatary, 184.

Granard [co. Longford]. Cistercian abbey of St. Mary, abbot of, papal mandatary, 516.

-, -, John, abbot of. See Omayl.

-, -, Richard, abbot of, afterwards bishop elect of Ardagh. See O'Far-rell (Richard).

-, -, monks of, 84, 233, 234, 455.

Grandisson, John de, bishop of Exeter, 277.

Grantham, in the diocese of York, Gabriel Goldsmith of, clerk, 521.

Graunger, John, layman, 226.

Gray, John, archdeacon of Whiteherne, canon of Glasgow, Le Mans, Orleans and St. Martin's, Tours, afterwards rector of Kirkliston, ambassador of Charles VII to Martin V, 381, 399.

-, Margaret, 259.

-, Reginald, lord of Ruthin, patron of Wilby, 545.

-, Thomas, knight, 472.

-, -, Isabel his relict, 472.

-, Walter, archbishop of York, 500.

-, William. See Grey.

Graynivyle, Richard, canon of Exeter, rector of Parkham, 172.

Graystok, John, canon of Bangor, rector of Stanton St. John, chaplain of William, bishop of Carlisle, 276.

Graystok. See Greystoke.

Gregory XI, 11.

-, chancery rule of, 307 n.

-, letters of, 66.

-, privileges etc. of papal chaplains restricted by, 386, 458.

Gregory XII (Angelus Corario), 47–49, 98, 189.

Grellagh, Grellach, Grelleach [in Templemoyle townland, parish of Clonca, co. Donegal], 395, 396.

- See also Clonca.

Grendon, John, rector of Kislingbury, 464.

-, Walter, prior of the Hospitallers of England, 59.

Grendon, Grendon’ [co. Warwick], 216, 223.

Grendone. See Grindall.

Grendowr, Robert, donsel, of the diocese of Hereford, 414.

-, -, his present wife, 414.

- See Greyndor.

Grene or Greue, Thomas, knight, 325.

-, -, Philippa his wife, 325.

-, Walter, donsel, 323.

-, -, Alice his wife, 323.

Grenehurst, John, a Benedictine monk, 315.

Grenestede, John, a Benedictine monk, 414.

Grenewode, Robert, clerk, notary, 147.

Grenlaw, Gilbert, bishop of Aberdeen, 189, 234, 235, 248.

-, Grenlau, Nicholas de, rector of Wemyss, afterwards of Auldbar, 380 381.

-, Thomas de, archdeacon and canon of Caithness, canon of Aberdeen, Dunkeld, Glasgow, Moray and Ross, rector of Laurencekirk, 185, 268, 299.

Grenoble [Isère, France], Augustinian priory of St. Mary Magdalen, canons of, 125, 129, 477.

Gretton, diocese of York, John Lee of, 389.

Greue or Grene, Thomas, knight, 325.

-, -, Philippa his wife, 325.

-, Walter, donsel, 323.

-, -, Alice his wife, 323.

Greuenstein, papal letters rubricated by, 345 note.

Grey, John, knight, 335.

-, Gray, William, dean and canon of York, rector of Bedale and of Rathwire, afterwards bishop of London, 17, 34, 283, 288, 316, 468, 480, 481, 526.

- See Gray.

Greyndor, Robert, donsel, of the diocese of Worcester, 532.

-, -, Joan his wife, 532.

- See Grendowr.

Greystoke, Graystok [co. Cumberland], Eliza-beth, baroness of, 418.

- See Graystok.

Greyston, Thomas, rector of St. George's, Exeter, 556.

Griffin ap David, priest, 333.

- See Gruffin.

Grigge, Henry, alias Clerk, warden successively of the hospitals of St. Thomas, South-wark, and Sandown, 525.

Grindall, Grendone [co. York, E.R.], prebend in York, 255.

Grue, Thomas, donsel, 420.

-, -, Catherine his wife, 420.

Gruffin ap John [ap] Jerworth, priest, notary, 348.

Gruffin Gossalin, priest, 324.

- See Griffin.

Gruffuth ap Jevan, priest, 324.

Guala, James, cardinal priest of SS. Silvester and Martin's, papal legate in England, 564.

Gucii, Poggio, canon of Bordeaux, writer and abbreviator of papal letters, 295.

Guidalottis, Guideloctis, Benediot de, of Peru-gia, regent of the papal camera, 400, 464, 465.

Guido, Magister, chaplain of Honorius III, 564.

Gundisalvos, John, bishop elect of Cadiz, sometime papal chaplain and auditor, 481.

Guthry, David de, donsel, 250.

Gwentlyan verch Gruffyth, noblewoman, 451.

Gyldesborgh, Thomas, clerk, notary, 349.

Gyldespyn, Elizabeth, widow, 335.

Gylling, Gyllyng, John, priest, 309, 310.

-, William, clerk, 429.

Gylys, John, donsel, 413.

-, -, Alice his wife, damsel, 413.

Gysburne, John, prior of Bridlington. 418.