Index of Persons and Places
H, I, J, K

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'Index of Persons and Places: H, I, J, K', Calendar of Papal Registers Relating to Great Britain and Ireland, Volume 7: 1417-1431 (1906), pp. 623-639. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=104391 Date accessed: 29 July 2014.


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Habart, Nicholas, bishop of Bayeux, sometime canon of Cambrai and Coutances, 382, 387.

Hachyt, James. See Cachir.

Hackney, Hakeney [co. Middlesex], 121, 169.

Haddesors, William. See Hadesors.

Haddington, Hadingtony, Handyngton [co. Haddington], 359.

-, officers of the town of, 518.

Hadesors, Haddesors, William, archdeacon and canon of Armagh, rector of Mit-chelstown, afterwards of Darver, 498, 559.

Hadfeld, Stephen, layman, 283.

Hadham [co. Herts], 85, 86.

Hadingtony. See Haddington.

Hadyam, Hadzam, Henry, vicar of Wadhurst, 463.

Hagh', John de, alias de Legh', 472.

-, - Catherine his wife, 472.

Haghmon’. See Haughmond.

Hailes, de Hayllys [co. Gloucester], Cistercian abbey, abbot of, papal mandatary, 524.

-, [co. Colinton parish, co. Edinburgh], 114.

Hakeney. See Hackney.

Haket, Hakete, John, nobleman, 555.

-, -, Parnel his wife, 555.

-, Nicholas, dean and archdeacon of Ossory, treasurer of Cashel, canon of Lismore and of Ossory, 164, 185, 357.

-, Remundus, vicar of Fiddown. 19.

Halbard, John, priest, 314.

Halberton, St. Andrew [co. Devon], 429.

Halden, Haldey, John, layman, 517.

Halden, High [co. Kent], 145.

Haldenston, Haldenstoun, James de, an Augus-tinian canon, prior of the Isle of May, afterwards of St. Andrews, papal col-lector in Scotland, 2, 8, 63, 69, 78.

Haldey, John. See Halden.

Haldeyn, John, of Beceles, layman, 535.

Hales, William, citizen of London, 321.

-, -, Maud his wife, 321.

- See Hals.

Halewine, William de, donsel, 557.

-, -, Barbara his wife, 557.

Haliburton, Walter, layman, 527.

Haliwel. Haliwell. See Holywell.

Haliwell alias Vynesbury. See Finsbury.

Hallart, John, claimant to the deanery of Ossory, 70.

Halle, Thomas atte, citizen of London, 447.

Hallum, Robert, bishop of Salisbury, death of during the Council of Constance, 81.

Halnewyke, Robert, a Premonstratensian canon, 312.

- See Alnewyk.

Hals, John, donsel, 338.

-, John, the younger, clerk, 500.

- See Hales.

Halsale, Gilbert, clerk, 390.

Halsham, Halsam [co. York, E.R.], John Constabil of, 537.

-, -, -, his wife, 537.

Ham, High, Heghhamme, Heughhamme [co. Somerset], 46, 79.

Hamme, John, a Benedictine monk, 301.

Hamo, Roger brother of, a benefactor of St. Mary's abbey, Dublin, 130.

Hampslape. See Hanslope.

Hampton, St. Mary the Virgin, Hamton on Thames [co. Middlesex], 428.

Hampton. See Southampton.

Hamton on Thames. See Hampton, St. Mary the Virgin.

Hamund, Robert, priest, 326.

Hamylton, David de, dean and canon of Glasgow, archdeacon of Whiteherne, canon of Brechin, rector of Cumnock and Kirkinner, master of Ruthven hospital, chaplain of St. Thomas the Martyr's without Glasgow, 241, 242, 258, 425.

Handsacre, Hundesacre [in Armitage parish, co. Stafford], prebend in Lichfield, 255.

Handsworth, Hansworth [co. York, W.R.], 284.

Handyngton. See Haddington.

Hankeford, Richard, of Whittington, donsel, 315.

-, -, -, Elizabeth (de jure baroness Fitz Warin), his wife, 315.

Hankoc, John, priest, 299.

Hanslope, St. James, Hampslape [co. Bucks], 379.

Hansworth. See Handsworth.

Hanton, Edmund, priest, 562.

Harburgh, Henry, canon of Salisbury, 448.

- See Herburgh; Herbury.

Harburi, Nicholas. See Herbury.

Harding, Hardyng, John, citizen of London, 311, 315.

-, -, -, Juliana his wife, 311, 315.

-, William, clerk, notary, 147.

Harethryp. See Heythrop.

Harewell, Harewell', John, bishop of Bath and Wells, 55.

-, John, clerk, notary, 216.

-, Roger, archdeacon of Bath, 321.

Haritt, Auinga, 555.

Harlebeke [Flandre Occidentale, Belgium], collegiate church of St. Sauveur, pro-vost of. See Escornaix.

Harleston, John, priest, 316.

Hariton, Richard, a Benedictine monk, 343.

Harnham, John, clerk, notary, 215.

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

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

Harpley alias Wolman, Ralph. See Wolman.

Harpur, John, rector of Scartho, 413.

Harrow on the Hill, St. Mary, Harwe [co. Middlesex], 472, 473.

Hartshead, See Kirklees.

Harwden, Richard, abbot of Westminster, 178, 191, 333, 446.

Hawre. See Harrow on the Hill.

Haryngton, William, knight, 330.

-, -, Margaret his wife, 330.

Haseley, John, a Benedietine monk, 301.

Haselshaw, Walter, bishop of Bath and Wells, 62, 63.

Hasenburg, Sbinco de, archbishop of Prague, 22.

Hasilgrove, Thomas, a Benedictine monk, 339.

Hastings, All Saints, All Saints in Hastyng [co. Sussex], 462.

Hastyng, Hastyng', John, 551.

-, -, Joan his wife, 551.

-, John, a hermit, 421.

-, Richard, knight, 529.

- See Hastings.

Hatfeld, Hatfelde, John, a Benedictine monk, 308, 316, 318.

Hatfield St. Etheldreda, Hatfelde [co. Herts], 153.

Hauel, John, rector of Tunstall, 562.

Haughurst. See Hawkhurst.

Haughmond, Haghmon’ [co. Salop]. Augus-tinian abbey, abbot of, faculty to, 427.

Haugusteldesham. See Hexham.

Haukechirche. See Hawkchurch.

Haukhurst. See Hawkhurst.

Hawkhurst, Haukechirche, Hawkechirch [co. Dorset], 48, 317.

Hawkherst, John, monk, afterwards abbot, of St. Augustine's, Canterbury, 494, 570.

Hawkhurst, Haughurst, Haukhurst [co. Kent], 80.

Hawyke, Hawyk, Andrew de, canon of Aber-deen, Dunkeld, Glasgow and Moray, rector of Kirkliston, secretary of Robert, duke of Albany, 152, 154, 160, 342, 343, 399.

-, John de, vicar of Mearns, 237.

-, William de, a Benedictine monk, 328.

Haxey, Haxay [co. Lincoln], 72.

Hay, Margery, of London, 311.

-, Peter de la, donsel, 521.

-, Robert de la, canon of Chester le Street and Howden, 122, 123.

Haydour, John, vicar of Rolvenden, 145.

Hayes, Robert. See Hays.

Hayford, William, vicar of Ashburton, 550.

Hayllys, abbey de. See Hailes.

Hays, Hayes, Robert, clerk, rector of Routes in the diocese of Rouen, 398.

-, -, clerk, notary, of the diocese of Rouen, 412.

Hayward, John, rector of Manorbier, 107.

Healaugh Park, Helaghe Parke [co. York W.R.], Augustinian priory of St. John the Evangelist, canon of. 453.

Heanton Punchardon, Heaunton Punchardon [co. Devon], 534.

Heavitree. See Polsloe.

Heblyn, William, priest, 301.

Heckfield, Heghffyld [co. Southants], 394.

Heghhamme. See Ham, High.

Heigham Potter, Potter Heygham [co. Nor-folk], 502.

Heiworth, William, abbot of St. Albans, after-wards bishop of Lichfield, 134, 274, 275, 318, 475.

- See Heyworth.

Heiworth. See Highworth.

Helaghe Park. See Healaugh Park.

Helbingham, John. See Honyngham.

Helenesone alias Louth, John, clerk, 120.

Helmingham, Helmyngham [co. Suffolk], 199, 568.

Hely. See Ohelue.

Hemingford Abbots, Chemmyngfood, Hem-myngford [co. Hunt.], William Ryley, rector of, 333.

-, -, Edmund Nicol, rector of, 401.

Hemmyng, Nicholas, townsman of Shipden, 303.

-, -, Agnes his wife, 303.

Hemmyngford. See Hemingford Abbots.

Henege, John, layman, 475.

Henlay, Thomas, a Benedictine monk, 301.

Hen'e, John, prior of the Friars Preachers of Kings Langley, 514.

Henricus , papal registers rubricated by, 395 note, 502 note, 558 note.

- See also Erfordia.

Henrison, Alice, of Wilton, 520.

Henry I, 564.

Henry II, John son of, a benefactor of St. Mary's abbey, Dublin, 130.

Henry IV, 123, 252.

-, chancellor of. See Longley (or Langley).

Henry V, 5–7, 9, 30 note, 58, 64, 156, 292, 374.

-, chancellor of, 222.

-, -, before his accession. See Macworth.

-, letters from, to the pope, 9.

-, papal letters to, 9, 132–135, 157, 158, 161, 191–193, 214, 215.

-, patronage of, 222.

-, persons in the service of, 49, 80, 139, 146, 147, 171, 205, 216, 221–224, 341.

-, petitions of, 221, 224, 382.

-, secretaries of. See Pylton; Stopyndon.

Henry VI, 36–38, 439, 440, 522.

-, Privy Council of, 23, 31, 34.

-, -, clerk of the. See Coudray.

-, keeper of the secret seal of. See Stafford.

-, papal letters to, 28, 31, 35, 287, 346 note, 405, 408, 409, 426, 476, 477. 493, 494.

-, persons in the service of, 462.

-, treasurer of. See Stafford.

Henton, —, an Augustinian canon, vicar of Marston, 452.

Henton. See Hindon.

Hepp alias Schapp. See Shap.

Herbard alias Sparwe, Alexander, treasurer of London, canon of St. Davids and Salisbury, rector of Bucknell, after-wards of Brinkworth, afterwards of Maiden Newton, 56, 176, 260, 261, 390.

Herburgh, Herbryg, Thomas, archdeacon of Ossory, 92, 184.

- See Harburgh.

Herbury, Nicholas, archdeacon of Gloucester, canon of London, 78.

-, -, rector of Fulham in the diocese of London, 314, 435.

- See Harburgh.

Hereford [co. Hereford], bishop of, papal mandatary, 22, 45, 207, 210, 227, 257, 345, 470, 567.

-, Edmund, bishop of. See Lacy.

-, Robert, bishop of. See Mascall.

-, Thomas, bishop of. See Polton; Spofford.

-, dean and chapter of, 122.

-, archdeacon of, faculty for, 215.

-, -, papal mandatary, 119.

-, precentor of. See Bridbroke.

-, official of, papal mandatary, 197.

-, canons of. See Bridbroke; Coke-worthy; Dalberd; Ingram; Lynde-wode; Neuton; Ryall.

-, vicar-general of the spirituals of the see of. See Ryall.

-, cathedral church of, college of vicars choral in the, 122.

-, -, vicar in the. See Prytfot.

-, Benedictine priory of St. Guthlac, prior of. See Wynselade.

- [co. Pembroke], 337, 339.

Herford', Robert, vicar of Dunkitt, 351, 352.

Herfort, Nicholas, a Friar Preacher, 548.

Herne, Roger atte, alias Heron, canon of Chichester, St. Davids and South Mal-ling, rector of Sherston Magna and West Tarring, warden or master of Maidstone college, chaplain of a chapel in St. Augustine's, Bristol, and of a chapel in the parish of Sherston Pink-ney, 386, 387.

Heron, Edmund de, knight, 306.

- alias atte Herne, Roger. See Herne.

Herriesson, Robert, of Cley next the Sea, donsel, 336.

-, -, -, Isabel his wife, 336.

- See Herryson.

Herrin, John de, a Friar Minor, 446.

Herringfleet, Heryngflet [co. Suffolk], Augus-tinian priory of St. Olave, canon of, 531.

Herryson, John, priest, 420.

- See Herriesson.

Herstmounceux. See Hurstmonoeaux.

Herston, Thomas, knight, 417.

-, -, Elizabeth his wife, 417.

Hert, Alan, a Friar Preacher, 449.

Hertcomb', Richard, esquire, 320.

Hertford, William de, abbot of Waltham, 37.

Hertlond, William, rector of St. Swithun's, Worcester, 445.

Hervy, Heruy, Duncan, vicar of Lonmay, 167.

-, Henry, official and canon of Aberdeen, canon of Caithness, vicar of Aberdeen, 188, 189.

-, Herwy, John, priest, 533, 535.

-, Margery, 416.

-, William, clerk, 334.

-, William, donsel, 306.

-, -, -, his wife, 306.

Herward, Clement, 325.

-, -, Cecily his wife, 325.

Herwy, John. See Hervy.

Heryngflet. See Herringfleet.

Herzele [province of Flandre Orientale, Bel-gium], altar of Holy Cross in the parish church of, 570.

Heslarton alias Wryght, Robert, vicar of Oakington, 544.

Hessynden alias Marler, John, of Maidstone, donsel, 221, 222, 325.

-, -, -, Joan his wife, dam-sel, 221, 222, 325.

Hethe, Heth, Nicholas, clerk, 55.

-, Richard, canon of Lincoln, 308, 309.

Heton, John de, rector of Eoclesmachan, 238.

Heughhamme. See Ham, High.

Hevenyngham, Joan, noblewoman, 419.

Hexham, William de, Cistercian monk, 333.

Hexham, Haugusteldesham [co. Northumber-land], Augustinian priory, prior of, 564.

Heygat, John, rector of Great Brickhill and of Llanddyfnan, 546.

Heyham (Higham), Thomas, vicar of Hamp-ton, in the diocese of London. 428.

-, -, priest, of the diocese of Nor-wich, 430.

Heyne, William, layman, 71.

Heythrop, Harethryp [co. Oxford], 447.

Heyworth, John, archdeacon of Coventry, canon of Lincoln, 278, 279.

- See Heiworth.

Heyworthe. See Highworth.

Heyzham. See Higham.

Hickling, Hikelyng [co. Norfolk], John Bere of, layman, 502.

- See Hyklyng.

Higham, Heyzham [co. Suffolk], chapel of St. Mary, 172.

- Ferrers, Hiiegam Ferres [co. North-ants], college of St. Mary the Virgin and SS. Thomas the Martyr and Edward the Confessor, 298.

- See Heyham.

Highweek, Highwike [co. Devon], chapel, now parish church of All Saints, 519.

- See also Newton Bushel.

Highworth, Heiworth, Heyworthe [co. Wilts], prebend in Salisbury, 85, 274.

- See Heiworth; Heyworth.

Hihan, John. See Hyhan.

Hiiegam Ferres. See Higham Ferrers.

Hikelyng. See Hickling.

Hill, Hill', Hille, Nicholas, archdeacon of Dublin, 57.

-, Thomas, canon of St. John's, Chester, rector of Walgrave, 391.

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

- alias Stiropp, William, clerk, notary, 216.

- See Hyll.

Hiller, John, rector of St. Nicholas's in the Shambles, London, 362.

Hilmarton. See Crofton.

Hindon, Henton [co. Wilts], 226.

Hintyngden, Robert de, vicar of Rathroe, 113.

Hippo [now Bona, Algeria], Griffln, bishop of. See Yonge.

Hoathly, West, West Hodlye [co. Sussex], 445, 446.

Hobeth, Est, diocese of Salisbury, 328.

Hode, John, a Cluniac monk, 69 note.

Hodeden. See Howden.

Hodlye, West. See Hoathly.

Hogan, Thomas, clerk, notary, 348.

- See Howgan.

Hogeson, John, of Rosedale, 124.

-, -, -, Joan his wife, 124.

Hoggynton. See Oakington.

Hohygan, Donatus, canon of Cashel, papal mandatary, 164.

- See Ohogan.

Holand, John, earl of Huntingdon, 37, 549.

-, Margaret, duchess of Clarence, 321, 323, 324.

-, Ralph, citizen of London, 333.

-, -, -, Maud his wife, 333.

Holand priory. See Upholland.

Holbach, Hugh, rector of Northop, 211.

Holbeach, All Saints, Holbech [co. Lincoln], 435.

Holbech, Joan, noblewoman, 551.

Holbech. See Holbeach, All Saints.

Holborne, John, canon of St. Chad's, Shrews-bury, rector of St. Michael's le Querne, London, 471.

Holcote, Hulcote, John, rector of Lympstone, 468, 556.

- See Holgote.

Holdebodus, 129.

Holden, Thomas, esquire, 318.

-, -, Elizabeth his wife, 318.

Holdernes, Sutton in. See Sutton, St. James.

Holdernitze, John, clerk, notary, 216.

Holdgate, Holgot [co. Salop], 119.

Holes, Andrew, rector of Davenham in the diocese of Lichfield, 499.

-, -, subdeacon, of the diocese of Lichfield, 556.

Holgot. See Holdgate.

Holgote, Hugh, donsel, 326.

- See Holcote.

Holgrave, William, citizen of London, 415.

-, -, -, Maud his wife, 415.

Holhgan alias de Cork, Robert. See Howgan alias de Cork.

Holm in Fleg. See Holme.

Holmcoltran. See Holme Cultram.

Holme, Nicholas, parson in the cathedral church of York, 334, 338.

-, Richard, canon of York, papal man-datary, 49.

-, Richard, clerk, notary, of the diocese of Carlisle, 348.

Holme, Holm in Fleg [co. Norfolk], Benedic-tine abbey of St. Benet, monk of, 200.

Holme Cultram, Holmeultran, Holme, Holmecoltrayne, Volme [co. Cumber-land], Cistercian abbey, abbot of, 564.

-, -, -, papal mandatary, 521, 522.

-, -, abbot and convent of, 344.

-, -, church appropriated to, 67, 344, 360, 361.

Holme upon Spalding Moor, Holme in Spaldingmore [co. York, E.R.], 573.

Holt, Richard, donsel, 562.

-, -, Cristina his wife, 562.

Holwell, Thomas, archdeacon of Anglesey, provost of Holyhead, rector of Mack-worth, in the service of Henry V, 139.

Holycross alias Ochterlamhan, Holy Cross de Wotvrlamand [co. Tipperary], Cister-cian abbey, abbot of, papal mandatary, 19.

-, -, abbot and convent of. appro-priation to, 367, 368.

-, -, monk of, 367.

Holyhead, Castrum Kubii, Castrum Kylii [Anglesey], collegiate church, provost of. See Holwell.

-, -, canon of. See Bondeby.

Holyrood abbey. See Edinburgh.

Holywell, Haliwell [co. Flint], chapel of St. Winifred the Virgin, 504.

-, Haliwel [co. Hunt,], 284.

- See Holwell.

Holywood, Sacrum Nemus [co. Dumfries], Premonstratensian abbey, abbot of, papal mandatary, 20.

Home, diocese of Tuam [probably in Robeen parish], 112.

Homington, Homyngton [co. Wilts], Thomas Martyn of, 395.

-, -, Margaret his first wife, 395.

-, -, Sarah his second wife, 395.

Homme, Homine, Houme, John du, dean of Bayeux, afterwards bishop elect of Bayeux, afterwards canon of Cambrai and Coutances, afterwards canon of Avranches and Coutances, 382, 387.

Homyngton. See Homington.

Hondeston, Richard, 219, 220.

-, -, Joan his wife, 219, 220.

Hone or Houe, Agnes, of London, 328.

Honiton, Honyton’ alias Honyngton’ [co Devon], 209.

- See Honyngton.

Honorius III, letters of, 129, 564, 565.

Honyngham, Helbingham, John, archdeacon of Durham, 80.

Honyngton, Honynton, Walter, vicar of St. Sepulchre's without Newgate, London, 474.

Honyngton’alias Honyton’. See Honiton.

Honynton Walter. See Honyngton.

Honyton’ alias Honyngton’. See Honiton.

Hoper, William, vicar of Bampton, 146.

Hore, Richard, precentor of Abergwilly, 345.

-, Thomas, rector of Campton in the diocese of Lincoln, bachelor of canon law, 209.

-, -, priest, notary, of the diocese of Lincoln, bachelor of canon law, 215.

Horkesley, Horkyslegh, Great [co. Essex], William Whyter of, 551.

-, -, Maud his wife, 551.

Horler, John, priest, 87.

Horlok, John, 312.

-, -, Avelina his wife, 312.

Hornsea, Hornesee, Hornsee [co. York, E.R.]. 374, 410, 411.

Horsey, Horsi, near Bridgwater [co. Somerset], chapel of, 63.

Horsham [co. Sussex], 339.

Horsi. See Horsey.

Horsington, Horsyngton [co. Lincoln], 223.

Horton, John, rector of Slimbridge and of Trowbridge, 480, 531.

Horton [co. Bucks], 472, 473.

Horton. See Woodcote and Horton.

Horwod, Thomas, 429.

-, -, Beatrice his wife, 429.

Hotoft, John, donsel, 561.

-, -, Ideyn his wife, 561.

Houe or Hone, Agnes, of London, 328.

Houedem, Houeden. See Howden.

Houghton, Alice, 340.

- See Howton.

Houme, John du. See Homme.

Hounigton, Roger, 325.

-, -, his wife, 325.

Hove, Hova Villa [co. Sussex], prebend in Chichester, 387.

Howden, Hodeden, Houedem, Houeden [co. York, E.R.], collegiate church of St. Peter, canons of. See Castell; Frend; Hay.

-, -, chapter, etc. of, 386.

Howel ap Jevan ap Llewelyn, rector of Dinas, 387.

Howell. See Lewis ap Howell.

Howgan alias de Cork, Holhgan alias de Cork, Robert, chancellor of Limerick, canon of Cork and of Limerick, rector of Compton Bassett, vicar of Kinsale, abbreviator of papal letters, 166, 189, 239.

- See Hogan.

Howisson, Simon, rector of Scoulton, 279.

Howme, Robert, citizen of York, 305, 447, 480.

-, -, -, Joan his wife, 305, 447.

-, -, -, Robert his father, 480.

Howryn, Thomas, clerk, notary, 348.

Howsyng, William, priest, 535.

Howth [co. Dublin], prebend in Dublin, 95.

Howton, John, clerk, notary, 348.

- See Houghton.

Hoxne, Hoxsn’ [co. Suffolk], 330.

Huby, John, priest, of the diocese of Durham, notary, 530.

-, -, priest, vicar of Mitford in the diocese of Durham, 538.

Huccierde, possession of St. Mary's abbey, Dublin, in the land of, 131.

Hudyrsfird, John, an Augustinian canon, 430.

Hue, William, a Franciscan tertiary, 562.

Hugate, Hugatte. See Huggate.

Huge, John, clerk, papal envoy to England, 15.

Huggate, Hugate, Hugatte [co. York, E.R.], 280, 505, 506.

Hugh ap Jevan, priest, of the diocese of St. Davids, 532.

Hugh ap Jevan ap Philip, rector of St. Scothinus's in the diocese of St. Davids, 392.

Hugh ap Llewelyn, vicar of Bassaleg, 562.

Hugo , papal registers rubricated by, 243 note, 370 note, 377 note, 425 note, 459 note. See Erfordia.

Hugonis, John, canon of Orkney, papal man-datary, 148.

Hulcote, John. See Holcote.

Hull, Hulle, Eleanor, damsel, of the diocese of Lincoln, 308.

-, -, widow, noblewoman, of the diocese of Lincoln, 327.

-, William, clerk, notary, 543.

Hulles, Simon, canon of Dublin, rector of Ludgershall, 120, 225, 388.

-, Hullis, William, prior of the Hos-pitallers of England, 6, 59, 225.

Hulsthawyte, Agnes, 340.

Humphrey, duke of Gloucester, regent of England, 23, 27–29, 36, 37.

-, -, chancellor of. See Bekynton.

-, -, chaplain of. See Symond.

Hunden, Thomas, abbot of St. Augustine's, Canterbury, 191, 232, 233.

Hunderton, Hundreton, prebend in Hereford. See Nupton.

Hundesacre. See Handsacre.

Hundreton. See Hunderton.

Hungereford, Elizabeth, damsel, 379.

Hunt, Hunte, Ralph, 549.

-, -, Isabel his wife, 549.

-, Roger, donsel, 415.

-, -, Margery his wife, 415.

-, Thomas, canon of Dublin, 71, 72.

Huntar, Nicholas, rector of Forteviot and Muckersie, secretary and member of the household of Robert, duke of Albany, 156.

Hunte, Ralph and Roger. See Hunt.

Huntingdon, earl of. See Holand.

-, archdeacon of, faculty to, 215.

-, Augustinian priory, prior and convent of, 572.

-, -, appropriated church of, 572.

-, hospital of St. John Baptist, master of. See Chace.

Huntley. See Kinnoir.

Huntyngdon, John, rector of Ashton under Lyne, 143.

-, William, rector of St. John and James, Garlickhithe, London, 306.

Hurley, Thomas, priest, 314.

Hurley. See Ohurryle.

Hurstmonceaux, Herstmounceux [co. Sussex], 151.

Hurstpierpoint, Hurstperpond [co. Sussex], 219.

Hus, Huss, John, condemnation of the works of, 21, 22.

Husey, Thomas, vicar of St. Nicholas's, Dun-dalk, 73.

Huss, John. See Hus.

Hustyrton, John, esquire, 533.

-, -, Elizabet his wife, 533.

Huttmagma. See Oughtmama.

Huyston, Hwyston, Patrick de, canon of Glas-gow, vicar of Cathcart and Linlithgow, 257, 437.

Hwlchay, John, vicar of Kilmoylan, 508.

Hwyston, Patrick de. See Huyston.

Hy Insula . See Iona.

Hyde, Walter de la, knight, 504, 505.

-, -, Elizabeth his relict, 504, 505.

Hyde by Winchester. See Winchester.

Hydon, Clyst, Hydon [co. Devon], 556.

Hyhan, Hihan, John, of London, nobleman, merchant, 554–557.

-, -, -, his wife, noblewoman, 555, 557.

Hyklyng, Arnold, priest, 552.

- See Hickling.

Hyll, John, clerk, 536.

- See Hill.

Hyllery, Robert, 310.

-, -, Alice his wife, 310.

Hyllmeicchriche Natraga. See Kilmacrehy.

Hymulmyadhaydh, Fergallus. See Omulmiadh-undh.

Hyndelay, Richard, acolyte, 501.

Hyngen, John, portionary, in the parish church of Holdgate, 119.

Hynkele, William, esquire, 335.

Hynyskathyd. See Scattery Island.

Hyot, John, canon of St. Davids, 341.

Hythe, Hamo de, bishop of Rochester, 498.

I

Ibindiga (Binnie), Thady, vicar of Drum-creehy, 171.

Ibrickan, Obracayn [now a barony in co. Clare], 75.

- See Obracyn.

Ifarghil, Clement. See O'Farrell.

Ihanlly, William. See Ohanly.

Iiombarg, John, abbot of Corcomroe, after-wards bishop of Kilmacduagh, 133, 488, 503.

Iklyngham, Walter, a Gilbertine canon, 302.

Imleach Iseal. See Ymleachysseal.

Inbearraili. See Ennereilly.

Inbernayle. See Inver.

Incemagranach. See Inchmagrannoch.

Inchaffray, Insula Missarum [in Madderty parish, co. Perth], Augustinian abbey, abbot of, papal mandatary, 406.

-, -, Donald, abbot of, 292.

-, -, abbot and convent of, patron-age of, 167, 168.

-, -, canons of, 291.

Inchecleraun, Inisclochraun, Inisclothran, Inis-clothrann [an island in Lough Ree, in Cashel parish, co. Longford], Augus-tinian priory of St. Mary, prior of, papal mandatary, 204, 353, 571.

-, - See Ohobugan; Magraidin.

Inchcolm, Insula S. Columbe de Insula [in the Firth of Forth], Augustinian abbey of St. Colm on, abbot of, papal mandatary, 21, 268, 290.

-, -, abbot and convent of, 144.

Inchemagranach. See Inchmagrannoch.

Inchmacnerin, Insula Maeneri [an island in Lough Key, now known as Church Island, in the parish of Boyle, co. Ros-common], Augustinian priory of St. Mary, prior of, papal mandatary, 50, 237, 263.

-, -, - See Omoeleanaid; Ogamna; Macdonnchaid.

-, -, canons of, 45.

Inchmagrannoch, Incemagranach, Inchema-granach [in Little Dunkeld parish, co. Perth], prebend in Dunkeld, 392, 406, 546.

Inchmore, Insula Magna [in Abbeylara parish, co. Longford], Augustinian priory of St. Mary, prior of, papal mandatary, 410.

Inglis, Nicholas, rector of Fetteresso, 358, 400.

Inglose, Henry, knight, 314.

Ingoldmels, Margaret. 340.

Ingram, William, canon of Hereford, rector of Castle Eaton, 439.

Iniarele, Samria, 329.

Inisbrechirnigy alias Tempullapuyrt. See Templeport.

Inisclochraun, Inisclothran, Inisclothrann. See Inchcleraun.

Inis-da-Sliog, Inisdasliog [co. Kerry], 241.

Inish Maine, Portmyan [in Ballinchalla parish, co. Mayo], 112.

Inishannon. See Ballymountain; Kildarra.

Inishcaltra, Iniskealltra [co. Clare], 265.

Inishdadroum, Inysdagrum (an island? in Killadysert parish, co. Clare). 402.

Inishglora, Inysgluayr alias Cros [in Kilmore parish, co. Mayo], priory of. See Cross.

Inishlounaght, de Surio [co. Tipperary], Cistercian abbey, abbot of, papal man-datary, 165.

Iuishmacsaint, Ynysmagysanith, Ynysma-gysanyth [co. Fermanagh], 496.

Inishmagrath. See Cuylofflavnd.

Inishmore. See Killeany.

Inishmurray, Inismuireadaid', Insula Mure-gard', Insula Muregeardy [co. Sligo], Augustinian priory of St. Laisren or Molaise, St. Lasirianus, prior of, papal mandatary, 109, 545, 547.

Iniskahid. See Inniscattery.

Iniskealltra. See Inishcaltra.

Inismuireadaid’. See Inishmurray.

Inncrleithen, Enerlathen, Enerlithen, Enner-lithan, Ennerlythan, Enverlithan, Enverlythan [co. Peebles], 66, 73, 74, 99, 138, 140, 344, 345, 354, 358, 361.

Inniscattery, Iniskahid, Inyskahyd, Inyskayd [i.e. Scattery Island, in Kilrush parish, co. Clare], prebend in Killaloe, 50, 441, 481, 482.

Inniscronane, Ynyscronane, Ynyscronayn [co. Clare], Augustinian priory dependent on Clare, prior of. See Medonis; Ochaayn; Ograda; Okagayn.

-, -, prior and convent of, appro-priation to, 193, 194.

Innocencia , priory de. See Athlone.

Innocent II, 564.

Innocent IV, letters of, 58.

Innocent VI, forged letters of, 283.

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

Innocent VII, annulment by, of Boniface IX's unexecuted appropriations, 411.

Insnak. See Ennisnag.

Iusula, Guy de. Pierrexi.

Insula Beate Marie . See St. Mary's Isle.

Insula Macneri . See Inchmacnerin.

Insula Magna . See Inchmore.

Insula Missarun . See Inchaffray.

Insula Muregard ', Insula Muregeardy. See Inishmurray.

Insula Omnium Sanctorum . See Saints Island.

Insula Sancti Columbe . See Inchcolm.

Insula Sancte Trinitatis de Lochque . See Lough Key.

Insula Sanete Trinitatis de Lochuachtair . See Lough Oughter.

Insula Vivencium . See Monaincha.

Insulis, Angus de, rector of Kilcolmkill, after-wards bishop elect of Sodor, 465, 466, 478.

-, Mariota de, damsel, 151.

- See Isles.

Inver, Inbernayle [co. Donegal], 185.

Inverkeillor, Lonuerkelor [co. Forfar], 176.

Inysdagrum. See Inishdadroum.

Inysgad, Inysgat. See Canon Island.

Inysgluayr alias Cros. See Inishglora.

Inyskahyd. See Inniscattery.

Inyskathay, Inyskathayg, Inyskathayg. Inys-kaythayg. See Scattery Island.

Inyskayd. See Inniscattery.

Inyskefryny. See Askeaton.

Inysnak. See Ennisnag.

Iogayn, Odo. See Ohogan.

Iona, Hy, Hy Insula, Y[parishes of Kilfinichen and Kilvickeon, co. Argyll], Bene-dictine abbey of St. Columba, abbot of, papal mandatary, 406, 457, 458, 461, 472.

-, Dominic, abbot of. See Kenythi.

-, John, abbot of, 194.

-, -, monks of, 194, 196, 465.

-, -, convent of, election by, 194.

Ionuerkelor. See Inverkeillor.

Iseldon. See Islington.

Isertkelly, Dyseyrthceallayd’ [co. Galway], 400.

Isle of Man, 127.

Isle of May. See May.

Islep. SeeIslip.

Isles, lord of the. See Yle.

-, and Ross, Donald, knight, lord of, 151.

-, -, Mariota de Insulis, damsel, his daughter, 151.

- See Insulis.

Islington, Iseldon [co. Middlesex], prebend in London, 121, 169.

Islip, Islep [co. Oxford], 53.

Isnamstede. See Chenies.

Ivychurch, Ivechurche [co. Kent], 323.

Iwardoy, Iwardeby, Ywardby, Ellen, 429.

-, John, donsel, 331, 322.

-, -, Catherine his wife, 331, 332.

Ixworth, John, archdeacon of Worcester, canon of Lincoln, rector of Boston and Pulham, papal referendary, 177, 212, 213, 218, 254, 443.

Ixworth, Ixworde [co. Suffolk], Augustinian priory, prior of, papal mandatary, 211.

J

Jacobi , Johannes, register rubricated by, 423 note.

Jacqueline of Bavaria, duchess of Brabant, afterwards of Gloucester, 28 note, 29.

Jacson, William, 14.

James, Peter, 417.

-, -, Joan his wife, 417.

James I, king of Scots, 6, 8, 30, 133, 141, 214, 287, 346, 355, 360, 369, 408, 440, 441, 465, 468, 473.

-, almoner-general of. See Ouchtre.

-, ambassador of, to the pope. See Myrton.

-, persons in the service of. See Benyng; Ouchtre; Wincestre.

Jankyn ap Res, layman, 392.

Janyn or Jauyn, John, 416.

-, -, Elizabeth his wife, 416.

Jedburgh, Jeddwartht, Jedworde, Joddwortht [co. Roxburgh], Augustinian abbey of St. Mary, abbot and convent of, patronage of, 64, 370, 458.

-, -, Walter, claustral prior, afterwards abbot of, 458.

-, -, claustral prior of. See Bolden.

-, -, -, canons of, 64, 458.

Jeppe, Richard, rector of All Hallows, Honey Lane, London, 300.

Jerpoint, de Jereponte, de Jeriponte [co. Kil-kenny], Cistercian abbey of St. Mary, abbot of, papal mandatary, 73, 357.

-, vicarage of, 73.

Jerusalem, hospital of St. Lazarus, 182.

-, Order of St. John of, 59.

-, - See Hospitallers in Index of Subjects.

-, pilgrimages to, 6.

Jervaulx [co. York, N.R.], Cistercian abbey of St. Mary, abbot of, papal mandatary, 538.

-, -, abbot and convent of, appro-priation to, 79, 80.

Jesmond, Jessemouth alias Jessemond [co. Northumberland], 471.

Joan, queen of England, 127.

Joddworth. See Jedburgh.

Johannis, Malcolm, canon of Dunblane, vicar of Kippen, 252, 253.

-, Maurice, rector of St. Mary's, Duncon, 313.

John, king of England. See Henry II.

John XXII, letters of, 65.

-, privileges etc. granted to papal chap-lains by, 386.

John XXIII (Baldassar Cossa), afterwards cardinal bishop of Tusculum, deposition and imprisonment of, 5, 59, 62, 105, 107, 183.

-, letters of, 21, 22, 40–44, 48, 53, 54, 56, 60, 70, 72, 86, 89, 94, 96, 98, 117, 124, 134, 139, 140–142, 144, 156, 177, 183, 198, 199, 210, 211, 224, 260, 278, 279, 283, 344, 361, 363, 386, 387, 473, 480, 531, 568.

-, reservations by, 59, 61, 62, 183, 192.

John, duke of Bedford, regent of France, 30, 32, 33.

-, -, Anne his wife, 394, 413, 440, 496, 527.

-, -, chancellor of. See Leyot.

-, -, dean of the chapel of. See Kirketon.

-, -, indults etc. for, 384–386, 388, 413, 440, 445, 496, 527, 528.

John, duke of Brabant, 28 note, 29.

John the Fearless, duke of Burgundy, 7.

John, a physician, 130.

John ap Gruffit, priest, 333.

John ap Moryc, rector of Llanedy, 255.

John ap Philyp, clerk, notary, 529.

John ap William. See Wilhelmi.

Johnstone, Jonston [co. Dumfries], 381, 394

Jolyf, John, priest, notary, 349.

Jong, Thomas, rector of Ardnurcher, 484.

- See Yonge; Young.

- See also Juvenis.

Jonisson, John, vicar of Hoxne, 330.

-, Thomas, vicar of St. Mary's, Mar-tham, 330.

Jonson, John, citizen of York, 322.

Jonston. See Johnstone.

Jordan, Richard, vicar of Steynton, 202.

-, alias Stoke, John, rector of White Staunton, 389.

- See Jurdan.

Josas [Seine-et-Oise, France], archdeacon of, papal mandatary, 280.

Joux [Jura, France], Benedictine abbey of St. Oyan, St. Oyand de, S. Eugendi Juren. See Saint-Claude.

Joy, Alexander, vicar of Ross, 108.

-, John, canon of Tuam, papal manda-tary, 510.

-, -, vicar of Kilcommon in the diocese of Tuam, 108.

-, Maurice, canon of Tuam, papal man-datary, 108, 111.

Joye, John, layman, 429.

Julian, John, priest, 310.

Jurdan, Nicholas, rector of Rathwire, 480, 481.

-, William, of Bekeland (q.v.), layman, 311, 317.

- See Jordan.

Jusse, William, rector of Sparham, 118, 119.

Juvenis, Juuenis, John, de Exonia, rector and vicar of Templemore, 105, 110.

-, - See also Exonia.

-, William. See Young.

- See also Jong; Yonge.

K

Ka, Furlaius rectius Finlaius, i.e. Finlay, vicar of Kirkbean, 496.

Kaerllian. See Caerleon.

Kaledarie, chapel de, in the diocese of Canter-bury (? the chapel of a guild of Kalen-dars), 285.

Kallglassy. See Kilglass.

Kamus. See Camus.

Kanbrenan. See Monkstown.

Kane, Kene [co. Louth], 73.

Kaolcow. See Kelso.

Karhind, Henry, chancellor of Ardfert, 40.

Karkmagho. See Kirkmahoe.

Karlavorok. See Carlaverock.

Karleton Kyme. See Carlton Kyme.

Karliford. See Carlingford.

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

Kathkert. See Cathcart.

Kaveris, Magna. See Cavers.

Kayre, prebend in Llandaff. See Caerau.

Keadew, Kedi, Kedye [now a townland in Cavan and Urney parishes, co. Cavan], rectory of, 483, 503.

Keal, West, Westerkele [co. Lincoln], 507.

Keallmer, Keallmor. See Kilmore.

Kearney. See Ocearnaig; Okearnaig.

Kedi. See Keadew.

Kedwelly. See Kidwelly.

Kedye. See Keadew.

Keld, Nicholas, priest, 428.

Kelkow. See Kelso.

Kellachmach in Goba. See Kilmacow.

Kellmer. See Kilmore.

Kellom, William, layman, 392.

Kells, Kenlys, de Kenlis, de Kenlys [co. Meath], archdeacon of. See Naas; Northew; Rosellis; Sutton; Stany-herste.

-, Augustinian abbey of St. Mary, abbot of, papal mandatary, 167, 201.

-, -, Matthew, abbot of, 192.

-, -, John, abbot of. See Oragillich.

-, -, convent of, papal letters to, 192.

-, de Deserto [in Connor parish, co. Antrim], Augustinian abbey of St. John the Baptist, Nimeas, abbot of. See Oguym.

-, de Kenllis [co. Kilkenny], Augustinian priory of St. Mary the Virgin, prior of, papal mandatary, 165.

-, -, prior and convent of, 180.

-, parish church of, 180.

- See Kenlys.

Kelso, Calkou, Kaolcow, Kelkow, Kelsow, Kilcow [co. Roxburgh], Benedictine abbey, abbot of, papal mandatary, 20, 269, 359, 369, 454, 455.

-, -, William, abbot of, 455, 456.

-, -, abbot and convent of, patron-age of, 19, 66, 293, 466.

-, -, monks of, 446, 449.

Kempe, Kemp, John, archdeacon of Durham, canon of Wingham, rector of Hawk-hurst, successively bishop of Rochester, Chichester and London, and arch-bishop of York, 17, 18, 49, 80, 132, 133, 161, 172, 191, 192, 214, 217, 387, 389, 392, 439, 472, 523, 524, 526, 544, 554.

Kenalarga. SeeCinel Farga.

Kendal, Kendale [co. Westmoreland], hospital at, 499.

- See Kirkby in Kendal.

Kene, Hugh, clerk, notary, 206.

- See Kane.

Kenealuachan. See Cinel-Luachain.

Kengesley, Catherine de. See Kyngesley.

Kenilworth, Kenylworth [co. Warwick],

Augustinian priory, canon of, 301.

Kenllis, priory de. See Kells.

Kenlys, Nicholas, rector of Kinnagh, 482.

Kenlys. See Kells.

Kennet, Carenterbrock, river [co. Berks], 515.

Kenniti, Brice, vicar of Kilbridge, 406.

- See Kenythi.

Kent, John, a Cluniac monk, 340.

-, Nicholas, citizen and vintner of Lon-don, 561.

-, -, -, Juliana his wife, 561.

Kenwyn, St. George, St. Rynwyn [co. Corn-wall], 567.

Kenylworth. See Kenilworth.

Kenythi, Dominic, monk, afterwards abbot, of Iona, 194, 465.

- See Kenniti.

Kerby, William, esquire, 329, 332.

-, -, Joan his wife, 329, 332.

- See Kirkby.

Kercforther. See Kirkforther.

Kerdeston, Thomas de, knight, 420.

-, -, Elizabeth his wife, 429.

Kermerdyn. See Carmarthen.

Kervere, Edmund, a Cistercian monk, 422.

Kerwe, St. Finan's in. See Kilfinan.

Kesmohenoch. See Kilmonoge.

Keth, Janet de, damsel, 320.

Ketyll, Thomas, priest, 450.

Kexby, John, rector of Oddington, 520.

Keynsham, Keynisham, Keynssam, Kynysan [co. Somerset], Augustinian abbey, abbot of, papal mandatary, 206, 207.

-, -, William, abbot of, 509.

-, -, patronage of, 509.

Keys, Roger, clerk, notary, 530.

Kicklen. See Kirkben.

Kidderminster [co. Worcester], parish church of All Saints, 450.

Kidwelly, Kedwelly [co. Carmarthen], Bene-dictine priory, prior of, papal mandatary, 107.

Kilballyhue. See Bealachchy.

Kilbeggan, Benedictio Dei alias Killbegayn, Kylbeghan [co. Westmeath], Cistercian abbey of St. Mary, abbot of, papal man-datary, 74, 351.

- SeeBenedictio Dei.

Kilbegnet, Kyllbegnatha [co. Galway], 170.

Kilbragh, Kyllbrhac [co. Tipperary], 165.

Kilbride, St. Bride in Lorn [in Kilmore and Kilbride parishes, co. Argyll], parish church of, 406, 407.

- [co. Roscommon]. See Derrane.

Kilbrogan, Kyll Brogayn [co. Cork], prebend in Cork, 51.

Kilbryan. See Lough Key.

Kilchreest, Kyllcrist de Kyllbroyre de Kyllrya-dere [co. Galway], 105, 106.

Kilcolman [co. Kerry], See Killagh.

Kilcolmkill, St. Columba's [in Southend parish, co. Argyll], 466, 478.

Kilcommon, Kyllcomayn [in Kilmaine parish, co. Mayo], 108.

Kilconcar, Robert de, Augustinian canon, in-truded prior of Monymusk, 513.

Kilconquhar, Kilconkar [co. Fife], 256, 293, 294.

Kilcorbry, Kyllcorbugi [in Croghan parish, King's County], 486, 489.

Kilcorkey. See Tully.

Kilcornan, Kilcurnain, Kilcurnayn, Killcur-nayn, Kyllchurnayn alias Clanragga [co Limerick], 75, 76, 491.

-, chapel of Munychyrm annexed to, 491.

Kilcow. See Kelso.

Kilcrohane, Kyllcrochayn [co. Kerry], 104.

Kilcullen. See Rosrehil.

Kilculliheen, de Belloportu alias Kylkylchyn [co. Kilkenny], Augustinian nunnery of St. Mary the Virgin. conversion of into a collegiate church, 522, 523.

Kilcurnain, Kilcurnayn. See Kilcornan.

Kilcurnan, Kyllcurrnan, Raythcurnan [in the townland of Garryduff West, parish of Crossboyne, co. Mayo], prebend in Tuam, 95.

-, rectory of, 95, 96.

Kildalkey, Kildalk, Kyldalk [co. Meath], parish church of St, Mary, etc. 98, 194, 292.

Kildalton. See Ardinis.

Kildara. See Kildarra.

Kildare [co. Kildare], bishop of, papal man-datary, 50, 57, 221, 245, 362, 375, 399, 494.

-, John, bishop of. See Madock.

-, dean of, papal mandatary, 406.

-, archdeacon of, papal mandatary, 166, 486.

-, - See Cogdan; Edwardi; Tay-lour.

-, canon of. See Edwardi; Oheolayn (Nicholas); Ohywelayn (Richard).

Kildarra, Kildara, Killdara [in Inishannon parish, co. Cork], 382, 383.

Kildellig. Delge [Queen's County], 398.

Kildimo, Kyldma, Kyldyma, Kylldyma [co. Limerick], 167, 518, 541, 542.

Kildollagh. See Loughans.

Kilfarboy, Kyllnafearbugy [co. Clare], 350, 491.

Kilfearagh, Kyllfreborach, Kyllfyabarach [co. Clare], 97, 349, 350.

Kilfenora [co. Clare], bishop of, papal man-datary, 220, 366.

-, Florence, bishop of. See O'Logh-nan.

-, Patrick, bishop of, 171, 191.

-, dean of, papal mandatary, 50, 111.

-, - See Oconbaych; Oconry; Ocathayl; Macmachuna.

-, archdeacon of, papal mandatary, 58, 491.

-, treasurer of, papal mandatary, 108.

-, precentor of, papal mandatary, 105, 107, 349.

-, chancellor of, papal mandatary, 108.

-, - See Macgerranaystyr (Dermit and Nemeas).

-, canons of. See Macgerranaystyr (Nemeas); Macmachuna; Obary; Oconry; Ohanrachayn; O'Loghnan.

-, portionary of. See Macmachuna.

-, chapter of, election by, 170, 191.

Kilfinichen. See Iona.

Kilfintinan, Kyfyatanayn [co. Clare], 113.

Kilfinaghta, Kyllfynnachtayn, Kyllfynnutan [co. Clare], 175, 484.

Kilfinan, St. Finan's, St. Finan's in Kerwe (i.e. Kethromekougal, the Quarter of Cowal) [co. Argyll], 266, 268.

Kilglass, Kallglassy, Killglasi, Kyllglassi [co. Sligo], 108, 264, 271.

Kilgobnet, Kylgobnythin, Kyllgobnythan [co. Waterford], prebend in Lismore, 165, 227.

Kilhoan. St. Comganus de Ardnamorchan [in Ardnamurchan parish, co. Argyll], 457, 458.

Kilinomenog. See Killavinoge.

Kilkeel, Cyllcaeyl [co. Down], parish church of St. Columba, 265.

Kilkenny, West, Killcannych, Kylkeny, Kylly-kynii [co. Westmeath] Hospitallers’ priory of St. John Baptist, prior of, papal mandatary, 228, 410, 484.

-, -, - See Ocathasay; Mac-grueryc.

Kilkieran, St. Keranus's [co. Kilkenny], 180.

Kill St. Nicholas [co. Waterford], 92, 184.

Killabban, Killeban [Queen's County], 53.

Killacgleach. See Killilagh.

Killaderry, Kylkadurchi, Kylkadurrchy [King's County], 486, 488, 489.

Killadreenan, Kyllachadranin, Kyllachdrynyn, Kyllachdrynyn alias de Castronovo [in Lower Newcastle parish, co. Wicklow], 235, 520, 521.

Killadysert. See Inishdadroum.

Killagh, de Bello loco [in Kilcolman parish, co. Kerry], Augustinian priory of St. Mary the Virgin, prior of, papal man-datary, 104.

-, -, John, prior of, 40.

-, -, prior and convent of, appro-priation to, 128.

Killahan, Kyllahyn [co. Kerry], 351.

Killahurler, Athurlayr [co. Wicklow], 264.

Killala [co. Mayo], bishop of, papal manda-tary, 285.

-, -, patronage of, 436, 540, 560.

-, Thomas, bishop of, 294, 559.

-, dean of, papal mandatary, 294.

-, - See Baret; Ohamuthy (Alan).

-, provost of. See Baret; Ohamuthy (Alan and Charles); Obeollayn.

-, archdeacon of, papal mandatary, 270.

-, official of, papal mandatary, 559, 560.

-, canons of. See Obeollayn (Laurence and Nemeas); Ochonchuir; Odubda (Cormac, Maurice and Rory).

-, chapter of, patronage of, 436, 540, 560.

Killaloe [co. Clare], bishop of, 193.

-, -, papal mandatary, 53, 148, 178, 182, 350, 353, 456, 477, 483.

-, -, patronage of, 167, 518, 541, 542.

-, Donatus, bishop of, 187, 441, 481.

-, Eugenius, bishop of. See O'Falan.

-, Matthew, bishop of. See MacCragh.

-, Robert, bishop of. See Mulfield.

-, Thady, bishop elect of. See MacGrath.

-, dean of, papal mandatary, 97, 115, 165, 269.

-, - See Olonirgayn (Dermit and James); Ohogan.

-, dean and chapter of, patronage of, 167, 518, 541, 542.

-, archdeacon of, papal mandatary, 75, 76, 97, 112, 162, 178, 182, 268, 354, 398, 407, 481, 482, 540.

-, -, patronage of, 541.

-, - See Macconmara.

-, precentor of, papal mandatary, 74, 90, 110, 113, 165, 181, 187, 236, 398, 407.

-, Odo, precentor of. See Ohogan.

-, Roderick, precentor of. See Olonir-gayn.

-, treasurer of, papal mandatary, 359, 490.

-, - See Macraith.

-, official of, papal mandatary, 266, 293.

-, chancellor of, papal mandatary, 76, 187, 265, 350.

-, canons of, patronage of, 541.

-, - See Macconmara; Macraith; Oclerid; Ocuynd; Ograda; Ohanly; Ohuallachayn; Ohurryle; O'Kelly (Nemeas and Robert); Olongayn; Sancto Jacobo.

-, city and diocese of, difficulty of obtaining justice in the, 490.

Killanasuleach. See Kilnasoolagh.

Killanly, Killanvile [in Castleconor parish, co. Sligo], prebend in Killala, 294.

Killaraght, Kyllathracha [co. Sligo], 350.

Killard alias Atlantic, Killearda, Kyllearda [co. Clare], 353, 366.

Killardry, Kylardry [co. Tipperary], prebend in Cashel, 471.

Killashee, Killfyelan, Tyrfaelan, Killifyelan, Kyllffyelan [co. Longford], 244, 541, 571.

Killaspugbrone, Kylleasbuygbron [co. Sligo], 485.

Killavinoge, Kilinomenog [co. Tipperary], 116.

Killbegaynalias Benedictio Dei. See Kil-beggan.

Killcannych. See Kilkenny, West.

Killclonfertamoluad. See Kyle alias Clonfert Mulloe.

Killcurnayn. See Kilcornan.

Killdara. See Kildarra.

Killea, Killocha [co. Tipperary], 116.

Killeany, Killeny in Nabayr [co. Clare], 105.

Killeany, Kyllennyarann [in Inishmore parish, co. Galway], prebend in Kilfenora, 114.

- See also Kyllumgayny.

Killearda. See Killard.

Killeban. See Killa bban.

Killeche. See Killeigh.

Killeedy, Kyllydy [co. Limerick], prebend in Limerick, 518.

Killeely, Kylyle [co. Galway], 263.

Killeeneen (or perhaps Killinane), Kyllenayn, Kylenayn [co. Galway], 267, 293.

- See Killenayn.

Killeigh, Killeche, Killhech, Kylleche, Kyl-lechy, Kyllechy alias Caslehan Gessil-ley, alias Gissilley, Kyllechy alias Casle-han, Gessille alias Gesll’ [a town in Ballykean and Geashill parishes, King's County], 352, 484.

-, Augustinian priory of St. Mary, prior of, papal mandatary, 51, 486.

-, -, - See Osuync; Oduynd; Ocolgan.

-, -, canons of, 61, 375.

Killemlagh, Kyllimleac [co. Kerry], 241.

Killenayn (Killeeneen or Killinans, co. Gal-way), prebend in Kilmacduagh, 397.

Killeny in Nabayr. See Killeany.

Killererin, Killeyriarand, Killheryheran, Kyll-heryheran [co. Galway], 106, 160.

- See Duloch.

Killfyelan. See Killashee.

Killglasi. See Kilglass.

Killhech. See Killeigh.

Killheryheran. See Killererin.

Killifyelan. See Killashee.

Killilagh, Killacgleach, Kylleileach [co. Clare], vicarage of, 104, 107.

-, Rallergleach and Vetforaich (q.v.), commonly called the rectory of Glae (q.v.), 108.

Killimer, Kylladmyr [co. Clare], 572.

Killimorbologue, Kylleadamuyrbolga [co. Galway], 190.

Killinane, Kyllneyn [co. Carlow], prebend in Leighlin, 356.

- See Killeeneen; Killenayn.

Killmally. See Kilmaley.

Killmancan (rectius Killmantan). See Wicklow.

Killneachtayn. See Kilnaughtin.

Killocha. See Killea.

Killokennedy, Kyllokennedig [co. Clare], 115.

Killonahan. See St. Munchin's.

Killorglin, Gleannardeala [co. Kerry], a pre-bend in Ardfert, 244.

Killoughy, Kylleacy [King's County], 174.

Killphilealias Logan. See Loggan.

Killroaynalias Kyllone. See Kilroan.

Killteskyn. See Kilteskill.

Killthomys. See Kilthomas.

Killtibrad. See Kiltubrid.

Killucan. See Rathwire.

Killulagh, Kyllebbellach, Kyluelagh [co. Westmeath], parish church of St. Lonan, 87, 509.

Killury, Kyllury [co. Kerry], 165, 166, 227.

Killybegsor Moynekelly, Nakeallmeg [called from Maigin Caoile in Ballyovey parish, co. Mayo], prebend in Tuam, 95.

Killyfinla. See Discartfingilli.

Kilmacduagh [co. Galway], bishop of, papal mandatary, 125, 352, 397, 503.

- -patronage of, 542.

-, Dermit, bishop of. See Odonchuga.

-, Eugenius, bishop of. See O Falan.

- John, bishop of. See Iiombarg.

-, Nicholas, bishop of. See Odubgilla.

-, dean of, papal mandatary, 75, 92, 105, 110, 193, 352, 397, 424, 488.

-, - See Odonchuga (Denis and Dermit).

-, dean and chapter of, 121.

- -, patronage of, 542.

-, archdeacon of, papal mandatary, 349, 350, 424, 462.

-, - See Macgillanach; Odub-gilla (Nicholas).

-, provost of, papal mandatary, 58.

-, - See Macgillavanach.

-, treasurer of, papal mandatary, 97, 271.

-, precentor of, papal mandatary, 109, 110.

-, - See Odonnchuaga; Odub-gilla; Maclaind.

-, official of, papal mandatary, 109, 167, 488.

-, canons of. See Cachir; Macgil-lavanach (Donald); Ocorcrayn; Odub-gilla (John and Nicholas).

-, Augustinian abbey of St. Mary de Petra, abbot of, papal mandatary, 105, 358, 359, 399–402, 488.

-, -, Donald, abbot elect of, 347.

-, -, Nicholas, abbot of, 347.

-, -, canon of, 347.

Kilmachesche, Beilmachesche, a possession of St. Mary's, Dublin [near Coolmine,? Clonsilla, co. Dublin], 129.

Kilmacow (?), Kellachmach in Goba [in Mogeely parish, co. Cork], a possession of St. Mary's abbey, Dublin, 130.

Kilmacowen, Kyllmacuagyn [co. Sligo], vicar-age of, 112, 170.

Kilmacrehy, Hyllmeicchriche Natraga [co. Clare], 148.

Kilmacteige. See Offhicari.

Kilmacumsy Cluayncummaisg [co. Roscom-mon], 170.

Kilmahuddrick, Balmamacheailmer [co. Dub-lin], 129.

Kilmaine. See Conmacniculi; Kilcommon.

Kilmainemore, Kyllmygany [co. Mayo], pre bend in Tuam, 95, 96.

Kilmainham, Kyllemagnend, Kylmaynan [co. Dublin], priory of St. John of Jerusalem, prior and convent of, 196.

-, -, -, patronage of, 162, 166, 545.

Kilmalach. See Kilmolash.

Kilmaleery, Kyllmaellychry, Kyllmaelycry [co. Clare], 236, 237, 354, 510, 511.

Kilmaley, Killmally [co. Clare], 111.

Kilmany, Kilmay [co. Fife], 102, 175.

Kilmodan, St. Modanus de Glendorgeoll [co. Argyll], prebend in Argyll, 378, 379.

Kilmolash, Kilmalach [co. Waterford], 526.

Kilmolroy [in Arasaig, in the parish of Ard-namurchan, co. Argyll], St. Molrwa de Molferth (i. e. Morvern), 268.

Kilmonoge, Kesmohenoc [co. Cork], 130.

Kilmoon [co. Clare]. See Kyllumgayny.

Kilmore, Keallmer, Kellmer [co. Cavan], bishop of, papal mandatary, 230, 485, 509, 510.

-, -, patronage of, 167, 516, 539.

-, Donatus, bishop of. See Ogaband.

-, Nicholas, bishop of. See Brady.

-, dean and chapter of, patronage of, 167, 516.

-, archdeacon of, papal mandatary, 90, 159.

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

-, official of, papal mandatary, 485.

-, vicarage of [St. Felimy's cathedral church], 483, 539.

-, city and diocese of, difficulty of obtaining justice in the, 483.

- [co. Mayo]. See Cross.

-, Keallmor [co. Monaghan], 487.

-, St. Bean in Upper Lorn alias Kilmor [co. Argyll], Michael, rector of, 407.

- See also Kilbride.

Kilmore-na-Sina, Kyllmoyrnassinnna [co. Ros-common], Augustinian priory of St. Mary, prior of, papal mandatary, 456, 457.

Kilmorgan, Kyllmurchun [co. Sligo], 237.

Kilmoylan, Kyllmealayn [co. Limerick], 508.

Kilmoyly, Kymaylle [co. Kerry], 165.

Kilmurry. See Knock.

Kilnafearbugi. See Kilfarboy.

Kilnahue, Kylneygh [co. Wexford], 92, 185.

Kilnasoolagh, Killanasuleach, Kyllachnasuey-lach, Kyllachnasuylcach [co. Clare], 108, 236, 359.

Kilnaughtin, Killneachtayn, Kyllneachtayn [co. Kerry], 111, 162.

- See also Kylbertan; Tarmon.

Kilreekil, Leye Rokill [co. Galway], 128.

Kilroan, Killroayn alias Kyllone [co. Cork], prebend in Cork, 383.

Kilrush, Kyllroys [co. Clare], 53.

- See Scattery Island.

Kilscoran, Kilsconran [co. Wexford], prebend in Ferns, creation and suppression of, 173, 176.

Kilshallow. See Killfyelan.

Kiltegan, Kyltagayn [co. Tipperary], prebend in Lismore, 164.

Kiltennell, Kylltynille [co. Carlow], 88.

Kiltennell, Kyllchmil (rectius Kyllthinil) [co. Wexford], 263, 264.

Kilteskill, Killteskyn [co. Galway], prebend in Clonfert, 106.

Kilthomas, Killthomys [co. Galway], 399.

Kiltolagh, Kyllsuagallayd [in the townland of Carrowkeel More, Inchicronan parish, co. Clare], 193.

Kiltomy, Kylthome [co. Kerry], 244, 245.

Kiltormer, Kylltormoyr, Kylltumhyr [co. Galway], 266, 397.

Kiltubrid, Killtibrad [co. Leitrim], 398.

Kilvickeon. See Iona.

Kilwinning Kilwynnyne, Kylwynnyne [co. Ayr], Benedictine abbey, abbot and convent of, patronage of, 257, 437.

Kincardine, Kyncardin [co. Kincardine], pre-bend in Aberdeen, 159, 160.

King. See Okynga.

Kingorrie, Alexander de, vicar of Kirkbean, 496.

Kings Cliffe. See Cliffe.

Kings Langley. See Langley.

Kings Lynn. See Lynn.

Kingsteignton, St. Michael and All Saints, Taygcronregis [co. Devon], 519.

- See Teynburghe.

Kingston Magna. See Kington Magna.

Kingston upon Hull, Kyngeston super Hull, [co. York, E.R.], Carthusian priory of St. Michael the Archangel, prior and convent of, 513.

Kington Magna, Kingston Magna, Kyngston Magna, Kyngton Magna [co. Dorset], 285, 403.

Kinkell, Kinkel, Kynkel [co. Aberdeen], parish church of, 208.

-, -, prebend in Aberdeen, 468.

Kinloss, Kynlos, Kynlosi, Kynloss [co. Elgin], Cistercian abbey, abbot of, papal man-datary, 93, 167.

-, -, William, abbot of, 214, 347.

Kinnagh, Kynnegh [now Tintern, co. Wex-ford], rectory of, 482.

Kinneil, Kinnell. See Kynel.

Kinnoir, Kynnerny [now in Huntley parish, co. Aberdeen], 151.

Kinsale, Kynsall, Kynsalle [co. Cork], 90, 94, 166, 189, 239, 560.

Kinvarra, Kyndmara, Kynmara [co. Galway], prebend in Kilmacduagh, 121, 488.

-, vicarage of, 271.

- See also Doorus.

Kippen, Kyppan [co. Perth], prebend in Dun-blane, 252, 253.

-, vicarage of, 252, 253.

Kirby Bellars, Kyrkeby Belers super Wrethek (i.e. the river Wreak) [co. Leicester], Augustinian priory, canon of, 567.

Kirby, West, West Kirkeby [co. Chester], 388.

Kirg, diocese of Cloyne (? Carrigleamleary, co. Cork), 443.

Kirkandrews, Kirkandres, Kyrkandres [co. Kirkcudbright], 251, 269.

Kirkbean, Kicklen [co. Kirkcudbright], 496.

Kirkby, Krekeby, Roulandus, 527.

-, -, Margaret his relict, 527.

Kirkby in Kendal, Kirkeby [i. e. Kendal, co. Westmoreland], John Wricht of, deacon, dispensed to hold Kendal hospital, 499.

- See Kerby.

Kirkby Misperton, St. Laurence, Kyrekeby Misteron [co. York, N.R.], 473.

Kirkby Ravensworth, Kyrkeby Ravenswath alias Kyrkeby on the Hill [co. York, N.R.], 391.

Kirkby Stephen, Kirkeby Stephani [co. West-moreland], 216, 224.

Kirkby. See Kyrkby.

Kirkcudbright [co. Kirkcudbright]. See St. Mary's Isle.

Kirkeby, John Wricht of. See Kirkby in Kendal.

Kirkeby Stephani. See Kirkby Stephen.

Kirketon, Kyrketon, Alan, archdeacon of Le Neubourg, canon of Bayeux, Chartres, Évreux, Lisieux, Rouen and York, dean of the chapel of John, duke of Bedford, parson of Carsix, rector of Huggate, prebendary in Bromyard and in the chapels royal of Paris and Windsor, chaplain of Fumechon and of St. Mar-tin's in the castle of Conques, 280, 505, 506.

Kirkforther, Kercforther [now in Markinch parish, co. Fife], 103.

Kirkgunzeon, Kirkgonzen, Kirkgonzan, Kirl-gonzan, Kyrkgonzan, Kyrkgunzen [co. Kirkcudbright], 67, 73, 93, 99, 138, 139, 344, 358, 360, 361, 465.

Kirkhill. See Wardlaw.

Kirkinner, Kirkkiner, Carnemol, Carnemolis [co. Wigtown], 152, 269, 425.

Kirkland, Kirland', St. Laurence [co. Cum-berland], 300.

Kirklees, Kyrkleys [in Hartshead parish, co. York, W.R.] Cistercian priory, nun of, 368.

Kirkliston, Liston, Lyston [co. Linlithgow], 136, 137, 152, 154, 160, 399.

Kirkmahoe, Karkmagho [co. Dumfries], 384.

Kirkoswald. See Crossraguel.

Kirland’. See Kirkland.

Kirlgonzan. See Kirkgunzeon.

Kislingbury, Kyslyngbury [co. Northants], 464.

Knapwell [co. Cambridge], 278.

Knaresborough, Knaresburgh [co. York, W.R.], Trinitarian house of St. Robert, minister and friars of, 492.

Knaygh, Adam, archdeacon of Ossory, canon of Dublin, rector of Kilnahue, vicar of Kill St. Nicholas, 92, 184, 185.

Kneesal, St. Bartholomew, Knesale [co. Notts], 554.

Knock, Cnoc [in Kilmurry parish, co. Clare], 358.

Knockainy, Any [co. Limerick], 47, 52.

Knockmark, Cnocmarke [co. Meath], 489.

Knockmoy, Collis Victorie [co. Galway], Cis-tercian abbey of St. Mary, abbot of, papal mandatary, 111, 460.

- -, Cornelius [? O'Kelly, q. v.], abbot of, 569.

-, -, Cornelius O'Kelly, to become a monk of, 61.

Knolls, William, Premonstratensian canon, 334.

Knosall’. See Gnosall.

Knottesforde, James, donsel, 321.

-, -, Beatrice his wife, 321.

Knowston, Richard, vicar of Halberton, 429.

Kynvet, Joan, widow, 535.

-, John, an Augustinian canon, 567.

-, John, knight, 533, 536.

-, -, Elisabet, Elizabeth his wife, 533, 536.

-, Thomas, donsel, 314.

-, -, Eleanor his wife, 314.

Knyzte, John, 546.

-, -, Margaret his relict, 546.

Köln [Rheinland], archbishop of, 36.

Krekeby, Roulandus. See Kirkby.

Kreuzlingen, Cruczelingen [canton of Thur-gau, Switzerland], Augustinian monas-tery of St. Udalricus, near Constance, canon of, 62, 192.

Kyddermyster. See Kidderminster.

Kyfyatanayn. See Kilfintinan.

Kylardry. See Killardry.

Kylbeghan. See Kilbeggan.

Kylbertan, diocese of Ardfert (? Kilnaughtin, co. Kerry), 351.

Kyldalk. See Kildalkey.

Kyldariffy. See Doorus.

Kyldma, Kyldyma. See Kildimo.

Kyle alias Clonfert Mulloe, Killclonfertamo-luad [Queen's County], 116.

Kylenayn. See Killeeneen.

Kylgobnythin. See Kilgobnet.

Kylkadurchi, Kylkadurrchy. See Killaderry.

Kylkeny. See Kilkenny, West.

Kylkylchyn alias de Belloportu . See Kilcul-liheen.

Kyllachadranin. See Killadreenan.

Kyllachnasueyleach, Kyllachnasuyleach. See Kilnasoolagh.

Kyllachdrynyn, Killachdrynyn alias de Castronovo. See Killadreenan.

Kylladmyr. See Killimer.

Kyllahyn. See Killahan.

Kyllathracha. See Killaraght.

Kyllbegnatha. See Kilbegnet.

Kyllbrhac. See Kilbragh.

Kyll Brogayn. See Kilbrogan.

Kyllbroyre. See Kilchreest.

Kyllchmil. See Kiltennell.

Kyllchurnayn alias Clanragga. See Kilcornan.

Kyllcomayn. See Kilcommon.

Kyllcomnatha, diocese of Elphin, 170.

Kyllcorbugi. See Kilcorbry.

Kyllcrist de Kyllbroyre de Kyllryadere. See Kilchreest.

Kyllcrochayn. See Kilcrohane.

Kyllcurrnan. See Kilcurnan.

Kylldatom, diocese of Ardfert, 241.

Kylldyma. See Kildimo.

Kylleacy. See Killoughy.

Kylleadamuyrbolga. See Killimorbologue.

Kyllearda. See Killard.

Kylleasbuygbron. See Killaspugbrone.

Kyllebbellach. See Killulagh.

Kylleche, Kyllechy. See Killeigh.

Kyllechy alias Caslehan Gessilley, alias Gessilley, Kyllechy alias Caslehan Gessille, alias Gesll’. See Killeigh.

Kylleileach. See Killilagh.

Kyllemagnend. See Kilmainham.

Kyl enayn. See Killeeneen.

Kyllennyarann. See Killeany.

Kyllermurthyt. See Ballynakill.

Kyllffyelan. See Killashee.

Kyllfreborach, Kyllfyabarach. See Kilfearagh.

Kyllfynnachtayn, Kyllfynnutan. See Kil-finaghta.

Kyllglassi. See Kilglass.

Kyllgobnythan. See Kilgobnet.

Kyllheryheran. See Killererin.

Kyllimleac. See Killemlagh.

Kyllmacuagyn. See Kilmacowen.

Kyllmaellychry, Kyllmaelycry. See Kilma-leery.

Kyllmealayn. See Kilmoylan.

Kyllmoyrnassinna. See Kilmore-Na-Sina.

Kyllmurchun. See Kilmorgan.

Kyllmygany. See Kilmainemore.

Kyllnafearbugy. See Kilfarboy.

Kyllneachtayn. See Kilnaughtin.

Kyllneyn. See Killinane.

Kyllokennedig. See Killokennedy.

Kyllone alias Killroayn. See Kilroan.

Kyllroys. See Kilrush.

Kyllryadere. See Kilchreest.

Kyllmacuagyn. See Kyllmacnagyn.

Kyllsuagallayd. See Kiltolagh.

Kylltormoyr, Kylltumhyr. See Kiltormer.

Kylltynille. See Kiltennell.

Kyllumgayny (? Killeany in Aran or Kilmoon, co. Clare), 112, 113.

Kyllury. See Killury.

Kyllydy. See Killeedy.

Kyllykynii. See Kilkenny, West.

Kylmaynan. See Kilmainham.

Kylneygh. See Kilnahue.

Kyltagayn. See Kiltegan.

Kylthome. See Kiltomy.

Kyluelagh. See Killulagh.

Kylum, Martin, 561.

-, -, Margaret his wife, 561.

Kylwynnyne. See Kilwinning.

Kylyle. See Killeely.

Kymaylle. See Kilmoyly.

Kymbyrle, John, esquire, 303.

-, -, Alice his wife, 303.

Kynalegda Yheratrach. See Beagh.

Kyncardin. See Kincardine.

Kyndmara. See Kinvarra.

Kyndton, John, rector of Ballingarry, 509.

Kynealluachan. See Cinel-Luachain.

Kynel, diocese of St. Andrews (? Kinneil, co. Linlithgow, or Kinnell, co. Forfar] 104, 105.

Kyneleagaherrach. See Beagh.

Kyngescliff. See Cliffe.

Kyngesley, de Kengesley, Catherine, 227, 472.

Kyngston Magna. See Kington Magna.

Kyngeston super Hull’. See Kingston upon Hull.

Kyngton Magna. See Kington Magna.

Kynkel. See Kinkell.

Kynlos, Kynlosi, Kynloss. See Kinloss.

Kynmara. See Kinvarra.

Kynnegh. See Kinnagh.

Kynnerny. See Kinnoir.

Kynolmerssh', William. See Kynwolmerssh'.

Kynsall, Kynsalle. See Kinsale.

Kynwolmerssh', Kynolmerssh', William, pro-vost of Beverley, 336–338, 340.

Kynysan. See Keynsham.

Kyppan. See Kippen.

Kyppyng, William, priest, 313.

Kyrieleyson , abbey de. See O'Dorney.

Kyrkandres. See Kirkandrews.

Kyrkby, John, rector of Skelton in the diocese of Carlisle, 525.

-, -, priest, of the diocese of Car-lisle, papal notary, 530.

-, William, clerk, notary, 147.

- See Kirkby.

Kyrkeby Belers. See Kirby Bellars.

Kyrkeby Misteron. See Kirkby Misperton.

Kyrkeby Ravenswath, alias Kyrkeby on the Hill. See Kirkby Ravensworth.

Kyrketon, Alan. See Kirketon.

Kyrkgonzan, Kyrkgunzen. See Kirkgunzeon.

Kyrkleys. See Kirklees.

Kyrkyton, diocese of Lincoln, 414.

Kyrton, Edmund, a Benedictine monk, 332, 333.

Kyrton. See Crediton.

Kyslyngbury. See Kislingbury.