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'Index of Persons and Places: L', Calendar of Papal Registers Relating to Great Britain and Ireland, Volume 7: 1417-1431 (1906), pp. 639-647. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=104392 Date accessed: 31 August 2014.


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

Laccheford, Matthew, scholar, 259.

Lackagh, Leachac [co. Galway], 190.

Lacock, Lacoke [co. Wilts], Augustinian abbey, Helen, abbess of, 325, 327.

Lacy, Edmund, bishop of Hereford, afterwards of Exeter, 119, 152, 158, 363.

Laffan, David, 329.

-, -, Samria Iniarele his wife, 329.

Lakynghyth, Alan, donsel, 300.

-, -, Isabel his wife, 300.

Lales, alias Lang, John, vicar of Narraghmore in the diocese of Dublin, 111.

- See Laules; Lawles.

Lalymclayr. See Claregalway.

Lambard, Walter, vicar of Crosthwaite, 538.

Lambestre. See Llanbister.

Lancaster, Robert de, abbot of Valle Crucis, afterwards bishop of St. Asaph, with Valle Crucis abbey in commendam, 117, 177, 211, 363, 364, 466, 528.

Lancaster, duchy of, 380.

Lanchester, Langechestre [co. Durham], col-legiate church, canon of. See Thoralby.

Land, St. Ronan de. See Lann Ronain.

Landaff, David, a Benedictine monk, 556.

Landarrok. See Llanddarog.

Landegle. See Llandegley.

Landewybrevy. See Llanddewi Brefi.

Landos [Haute-Loire, France], Benedictine priory, 119.

Laneuct. See Lanivet.

Lang, John, chancellor and canon of Dunkeld, 114.

-, Lange, John, vicar of St. Nicholas's, Galway, 106, 401.

- alias Lales, John, vicar of Narragh-more, in the diocese of Dublin, 111.

- See Langhe.

Lang Stretton. See Stratton, St. Mary.

Langanten. See Llanganten.

Langdon, John, Benedictine monk of Christ Church, Canterbury, afterwards bishop of Rochester, 161, 225.

Lange, John. See Lang.

Langechestre. See Lanchester.

Langeley, John, a Benedictine monk, 306, 307, 309.

Langford, Edmund, rector of Pewsey, 556.

Langhe, Henry, vicar of Jerpoint, 73.

- See Lang.

Langhom, John, donsel, 422.

-, -, his wife, 422.

Langley, Kings [co. Herts], Friars Preachers priory at, 514, 515.

-, -, prior of. See Henle.

Langley or Longley, Thomas, bishop of Dur-ham, chancellor of England, 380.

Langman, Robert, rector of St. Peter's, Exeter, 550.

Langtofte, John, priest, 430.

Languilhia, Philip de, prior of the Hospitallers of Lombardy, 196 (Corrigenda).

Langworth [in Barlings parish, co. Lincoln], John de Ulseby of, alias Swaton, chap-lain of a chantry in Lincoln cathedral church, 565.

Lanivet, Laneuet [co. Cornwall], 394.

Lanke, Lank, Thomas, vicar of Mildenhall, 517, 538.

Lann Ronian, St. Ronan de Land [near Moira in the parish of Magheralin, co. Down], 250, 264.

Lannyan, Andrew, rector of Lanivet, 394.

Lanternam, Lanternan. See Llantarnam.

Lantone by Gloucester, priory of. See Llan-thony Secunda.

Lanvarthyn. See St. Martin.

Lanvayre Dalharum. See Portio David.

Larah, Leatrach [co. Cavan], 116.

- See also Carhach.

Lasswade, Lesewade [co. Edinburgh], 151.

Lastingham. See Rosedale.

Lateran. See Rome.

Latheby, John, donsel, 422.

-, -, Joan his wife, 422.

Latteragh, Leatrach, Letrach [co. Tipperary], 178, 182, 276.

Laude dei , Lauda dei, priory de. See Bally-boggan.

Lauder, Lauuedre, John de, vicar of Dud-dingston, chaplain in St. Giles's, Edinburgh, 469.

-, William, bishop of Glasgow, chancellor of Scotland, 248, 293, 294, 478, 495, 496.

- See Lawedre.

Laules, Richard, clerk, 48.

-, Thomas, vicar of Clonmel, in the diocese of Lismore, 47, 48.

- See Lales; Lawles.

Laurencekirk, Combeth, Conveth [co. Kin-cardine], 268, 296, 299.

Lauuedre, John de. See Lauder.

Lavant, East, Est Lavant [co. Sussex], 438.

Lavendon, Lavenden [co. Bucks], Premonstra-tensian abbey of St. John Baptist, abbot of, indult for, 516.

-, -, indulgence for the church of, 565.

-, John Waren’ of, citizen and mercer of London, 537.

Lavenham alias Moriel, Thomas, precentor of Llandaff and rector of Biddenham, after-wards rector of Biddenham and of Bin-brook, 499.

Lavyngton, Thomas, donsel, 451.

-, -, Denise his wife, 451.

Lawedre, Lawedie, Edward, Edward de, arch-deacon of Lothian and of Teviotdale, canon of Dunkeld, Glasgow, Moray and St. Andrews, rector of Gogar, Kirk-liston and of Southwick, vicar of the parish and provost of the collegiate church of St. Giles's, Edinburgh, vicar of Roxburgh, holding a pension from the deanery of Aberdeen, 136, 137, 139, 154, 247, 248, 257, 258, 262, 355, 356, 444.

-, Thomas de, vicar of Erskine, 248.

- See Lauder.

Lawles, John, archdeacon of Glendalough in Dublin, 242.

-, Lawoles, Thomas, canon of Leighlin, papal mandatary, 489.

- See Lales; Laules.

Lawnce, Thomas, 303.

-, -, Alice his wife, 303.

Lawoles, Thomas. See Lawles.

Layburn, Richard, clerk, 317.

Lea, Ley [Queen's County], prebend in Kil-dare, 164.

Leachac. See Lackagh.

Leatrach. See Larah; Latteragh.

Leche, Patrick, to be rector of Kirkgunzeon, 344.

Ledbury, John, a Benedictine monk, 303.

Ledere, John, donsel, 300, 301.

-, -, Maud his wife, 300, 301.

Ledington. See Liddington.

Ledyc, Ledys. See Leeds.

Lee, John, of Gretton, 389

Leeds, Ledyc, Ledys [co. Kent], Augustinian priory of SS. Mary and Nicholas, prior of, faculty to, 349.

-, -, -, indult to, 420–422.

Leek, Robert, canon of Lincoln, rector of Shepperton, 204.

Leg, Agnes, 429.

Legburn, John, archdeacon of Leicester, 383.

-, -, canon of Lincoln, 413.

Lege Dei , abbey de. See Leix.

Legh, Legh', Edward, rector of St. Blazey, 319.

-, John de, alias de Hagh', 227, 472.

-, -, Catherine his wife, 227, 472.

-, Robert de, donsel, 365.

Leghampton, Richard, rector of St. Mary's, Calais, 145.

Leght. See Leigh.

Leicester, archdeacon of. See Legburn.

- Augustinian abbey of St. Mary de Pratis, abbot of, papal mandatary, 348.

-, mayor, bailiffs and commonalty of, 23.

Leigh, All Saints, Leght [co. Stafford], 459.

Leighlin [co. Carlow], bishop of, papal mandatary, 197, 204, 239, 519.

-, John, bishop of, sometime rector of Lynn. See Mulgan.

-, Richard, bishop of. See Rocomb.

-, dean of, papal mandatary, 116, 489.

-, - See Claullis; Macmurhuga; Staffyn.

-, archdeacon of, papal mandatary, 51, 92, 111, 235, 484, 487.

-, - See Omiragaid.

-, treasurer of, papal mandatary, 111.

-, chancellor of. See Brun; Fwyt.

-, canons of. See Brun; Fwyt; Lawles; Louet; Macgillaghe; Oaega; Obryn; Occurrin; Omiragaid.

Leighton, Lichton, Henry de, bishop of Moray, afterwards of Aberdeen, 248, 259.

-, John de, archdeacon of Aberdeen, 234.

-, -, clerk, of the diocese of Aber-deen, cousin of Alexander, earl of Mar, 251.

Leison, Thomas, rector of Llanedy, 255.

Leix, de Lege Dei [in the parish of Abbeyleix, Queen's County], Cistercian abbey of St. Mary, abbot of, papal mandatary, 73, 74, 92, 101, 398, 484, 487, 490.

-, -, John, abbot of, 134.

-, -, abbot of. See Olelobair.

-, -, monks of, 134.

Lenaenach. See Nenagh.

Lench or Leuch, Alice, noblewoman, 553.

Leneneston. See Lympstone.

Lennox, Leuenax [co. Dumbarton], Walter Stewart of, donsel, 176.

Lenton [co. Notts], Cluniac priory, Thomas, prior of. See Elmham.

Leonis, James, vicar of St. Giles's, Edinburgh, 355, 360, 369.

- See Lyon.

Leppington, Lepyngton [co. York, E.R.], 121, 122.

Lercedekne, Martin, residentiary of Exeter cathedral church, 207.

-, Michael, treasurer of Exeter, 331.

Lescure, Raymond, prior of the Hospitallers’ priory of Toulouse, 196.

Lesewade. See Lasswade.

Leskerde, Leskyret. See Liskeard.

Lesyngham, Richard, an Augustinian Friar, 368.

Letrach. See Latteragh.

Leuald, John, priest, 535.

Leuch or Lench, Alice, noblewoman, 553.

Lenenax. See Lennox.

Leverington, Leweryngton [co. Cambridge], Thomas Couper of, priest, 313.

Levyngston, Thomas de, monk, afterwards abbot elect, of Newbattle, 290.

- See Levynston.

Levysham, William, a Benedictine monk, 304.

Levynston, William de, donsel, 197.

- See Levyngston.

Leweryngton. See Leverington.

Lewes [co. Sussex], archdeacon of, pension to on account of appropriated churches, 411.

-, Cluniac priory of St. Pancras, prior and convent of, appropriation to, 445, 446.

-, -, monks of, 329, 340, 413.

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

Lewis ap Howell, alias Coychurche, rector of Stisted, 56.

Lewys, Richard, rector of Buckenham St. Nicholas, 300.

Ley. See Lea.

Leyc Rokill. See Kilreekil.

Leye, Richard, 533.

-, -, Alice his wife, 533.

Leyntal, Roland, knight, lord of Hereford, 337, 339.

-, -, Margaret his wife, 337, 339.

Leyot, Richard, dean of St. Asaph and of St. John's, Chester, chancellor of John, duke of Bedford, 146, 282, 343.

Lichefeld', Stephen, 479.

-, -, Joan his wife, 479.

Lichev, John de, Cluniac monk, afterwards abbot, of Paisley, 291.

Lichfield [co. Stafford], bishop of. See Lichfield and Coventry.

-, dean of, 475.

-, - See Wulveden.

-, dean and chapter of, 475.

-, treasurer of, papal mandatary, 463

-,- See Barton.

-, canons of. See Barton; Bubbewyth; Clerk; FitzHugh; Forest; Godyng; Neuport.

-, chapter of, 275, 475.

-, cathedral church, chantry in, 364.

-, episcopal mensa of, 475.

- See Lichefeld'.

Lichfield and Coventry [co. Warwick], bishop of, faculties for, 14, 349, 519, 520, 529.

-, -, papal mandatary, 22, 49, 65, 80, 87, 211, 219, 220, 227, 248, 257, 259, 363, 365, 379, 471, 472.

-, -visitatorial jurisdiction of, over the canons etc. of Lichfield, 274, 275.

-, John, bishop of. See Catrik.

-, William, bishop of. See Heiworth.

-suffragan bishop in the diocese of, 8.

-, official of, faculty for, 512, 520.

-, -, papal mandatary, 79, 83, 248.

Lichton, John de. See Leighton.

Liddington, Ledington [co. Rutland], pre-bend in Lincoln, 284.

Liel, Thomas, rector of Kynel (q.v.), 104.

Lierre [prov. Antwerp, Belgium], collegiate church of St. Gommaire, dean of, papal mandatary, 570.

Liffey, Auenlif, river [co. Dublin], 130.

Lilliesleaf, Lilliscleffe, Lyllisclef [co. Rox-burgh], rectory of, 546, 547.

-, vicarage of, 149.

Limerick [co. Limerick], bishop of, papal mandatary, 75, 85, 236, 396 note, 479.

-, -, patronage of, 167, 168, 518, 541, 542.

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

-, dean of, papal mandatary, 396 note, 508, 509.

-, dean and chapter of, patronage of, 167, 168, 518, 541, 542.

-, archdeacon of, papal mandatary, 88, 175, 508.

-, -, patronage of, 518, 541.

-, - See Geraldinis; Macmachuna.

-, precentor of, papal mandatary, 47.

-, - See Day; Pidde.

-, treasurer of, papal mandatary, 396 note, 509.

-, chancellor of, papal mandatary, 484, 490, 508, 509, 511, 512, 540.

- - See Geraldinis; Howgan alias de Cork.

-, canons of, patronage of, 541.

-, -, See Faunt; Howgan alias de Cork; Ocongalayd; Ogubuin; Ohanly; O'Hedian; Olean; Orywyrdayn; Sancto Jacobo.

-, city and diocese of, difficulty of obtain-ing justice in the, 483, 484, 491.

Lincluden, Linclaudam, Linclaudan, Linclau-don, Lincloudan [co. Kirkcudbright], collegiate church of St. Mary, provost of, papal mandatary, 526.

-, -, Alexander, provost of. See Carnys.

Lincoll', Robert, nobleman, 329.

Lincoln [co. Lincoln], bishop of, 366.

-, -, commissary etc. of in Ox-fordshire and Bucks. See Symond.

-, -, papal mandatary, 22, 23, 48, 156, 171, 177, 206, 208, 209, 383, 439, 479, 524.

-, John, bishop of. See Buckingham.

-, Philip, bishop of. See Repington.

-, Richard, bishop of. See Fleming.

-, dean of, faculty to, 147.

-, -, papal mandatary, 435, 526, 565.

-, - See Schepeye; Macworth.

-, dean and chapter of, 272, 273.

-, subdean of. See Percy.

-, archdeacon of. See Wellis.

-, treasurer of, papal mandatary, 569.

-, official of, 71.

-, chancellor of. See Partrich.

-, canons of. See Barrowe; Burnham; Castell; FitzHugh; Fleming; Forest; Hethe; Heyworth; Ixworth; Leek; Legburn; Malbyrthorpe; Morgan; Partrich; Rider; Traysse; Wartbi.

-, chapter of, 65, 196.

-, cathedral church, chantry in, 565.

-, -, statutes of, 497, 565.

-, Gilbertine house of St. Catherine without, canons of, 302, 456, 516, 517.

-, -, lay brother of, 302.

-, St. Botolph's in the city of, prebend of, 46, 120, 121, 169.

-, city and diocese of, visitation of by the metropolitan, 572.

Linctrethyn. See Lintrathen.

Lindefeld, Lyndefeld, John, archdeacon and dean elect of Chichester, rector of East Lavant, 393, 438.

Lindores, de Londoris, de Lundoris [co. Fife], Benedictine abbey of St. Mary, abbot of, papal mandatary, 492, 513.

-, -, John, abbot of, 472.

Line. See Lyne.

Linitrathin. See Lintrathen.

Linlithgow, Linlithcow, Lynlithqw [co. Lin-lithgow], 152, 257, 437.

Linton, Lynton [co. Roxburgh], prebend in Dunbar, 143.

-, vicarage of, 293.

- See Lynton'.

Lintrathen, Linctrethyn, Linitrathin, Lun-trathin [co. Forfar], 239, 372, 437, 438.

Lisieux [Calvados, France], canons of. See Kirketon; Stopyndon.

Liskeard, Leskerde, Leskyret [co. Cornwall], 178, 207, 433.

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

Lismore [Scotland]. See Argyll.

Lismore [co. Waterford], bishop of. See Lismore and Waterford.

-, archdeacon of, papal mandatary 516.

-, - See Ankel; Reve; Burnham.

-, treasurer of, papal mandatary, 165.

-, canons of. See Cawntwell; Fitz- Moris; Haket; Pellyn.

-, chapter, etc. of, papal letters to, 477.

Lismore and Waterford [co. Waterford], John, bishop of. See Geese.

-, -, Richard, bishop elect of. See Ankel.

- Thomas, bishop of. See Snell.

Liston. See Kirkliston.

Llairadyan. See Llanrhidian.

Llanarthney [co. Carmarthen], 269, 270.

Llanbister, Lambestre [co. Radnor], prebend in Abergwilly, 402, 403, 479.

Llandaff [co. Glamorgan], bishop of, papal mandatary, 22.

-, precentor of. See Lavenham alias Moriel.

-, chancellor of. See Philip app Lewelyn.

-, canons of. See Croucheston; Rider.

- See Landaff.

Llanddarog, Landarrok [co. Carmarthen], prebend in Abergwilly, 54.

Llanddewi Brefi, Landewybrevy [co. Cardigan], collegiate church, canon of. See Neuport.

Llanddyfnan, Llandiffenan, Llandyffenan [co. Anglesey], 546.

Llandegley, Landegle [co. Radnor], prebend in Abergwilly, 209.

Llandeilovawr. See Llandilofawr.

Llandiffenan. See Llanddyfnan.

Llandilofawr, Llandeilovawr [co. Carmarthen], 269, 270.

Llandrinio, Llandrunio [co. Montgomery], 378.

Llandyffenan. See Llanddyfnan.

Llanedy, Llannedy [co. Carmarthen], David, rector of, 255.

Llaneurgaen alias Northope. See Northop.

Llanfairtalhaiarn. See Portio David.

Llanfihangel y Traethau, Llanvihangell Ytua-the [co. Merioneth], prebend in Bangor, 276.

Llanfihangel Ystrad, Estrat [co. Cardigan], a prebend in Llanddewi Brefi, 54.

Llanganten, Langanten [co. Brecknock], a chapel under the prebendary of Lland-darog (q.v.), 54.

Llanleonfel, Llanlloweluyn [co. Brecknock], prebend in Abergwilly, 198.

Llannedy. See Llanedy.

Llannothrill. See Llanwrthwl.

Llanrian [co. Pembroke], 463.

Llanrhidian, Llairadyan [co. Glamorgan], 107.

Llansaintffraid yn Mechan, St. Bride, St. Bride in Mechein [co. Montgomery], 394.

Llantarnam, Lanternam, Lanternan [co. Mon-mouth], Cistercian abbey, abbot of, papal mandatary, 207.

-, -, abbot and convent of, 290.

Llanthony Secunda, Lantone by Gloucester [co. Gloucester], Augustinian priory, prior of. See Wyche.

Llanvihangell Ytuathe. See Llanfihangel y Traethau.

Llanwrthwl, Llannothrill [co. Brecknock, now Radnor], prebend in Abergwilly, 198.

Loch Awe, Lochaluna, Lochawa [co. Argyll], Duncan Campbell, lord of, 259, 336.

-, -, Marcellina [alias Marjory Stewart], his [first] wife, 336.

-, -, Margaret Stewart, his [second] wife, 259.

Loch Che. See Lough Key.

Lochawa. See Loch Awe.

Lochlonnach, Lochnonnach, Patrick, vicar of Grellagh, 395, 396.

Lochmeascha, Lochmeassca. See Lough Mask.

Lochnonnach, Patrick. See Lochlonnach.

Lochriach, Lochrieg’. See Loughrea.

Lochseiudi, Lochseudi, Lochseudy, Lochsidi. See Ballymore.

Lochuarchtair, Lochuaucheair. See Lough Oughter.

Lockyng, Robert, clerk, notary, 147.

Locmaria, de Locomarie, near Quimper [dep. Finistére, cne. de Quimper], Benedic-tine priory, prior of. See Peulu; Brolio.

Locque. See Lough Key.

Locsidi. See Ballymore.

Loddon', Nicholas, monk of Cluny, prior of Bromholm, 180.

Lofthous, John, vicar of Yalding, 218.

Logan, John, rector of Darver, afterwards of Mitchelstown, 498.

Loggan, Killphile alias Logan [a townland in Crosspatrick parish, cos. Wexford and Wicklow] 266.

Loilmachketel and his sons Bridnus and Cristeth, benefactors of St. Mary's abbey, Dublin, 130.

Lokanis , St. Mary's de. See Loughans

Lombard', Richard, layman, 475.

- See Lumbard.

Lombardy, prior of the Hospitallers of. See Languilhia.

London or Loudon, John, a Benedictine monk, 322.

-, John, nobleman, 323.

-, -, Joan his wife, 323.

-, Simon, a Benedictine monk, 182.

London:—

bishop of, faculty to, 543.

-, papal mandatary, 22, 86, 132, 146, 147, 177, 198, 207, 216, 218, 231, 232, 254, 259, 272, 288, 297, 365, 366, 375, 436, 464, 472, 502, 503, 528, 538, 563.

-, -, prison of, 17.

John, bishop of. See Kempe.

Richard, bishop of. See Clifford.

Robert, bishop of. See Braybroke.

William, bishop of. See Grey.

dean of St. Paul's, faculties to, 349, 412.

-, papal mandatary, 145, 216, 222, 224, 435, 462, 464, 468, 546.

St. Paul's, dean and chapter of, 86.

-, archdeacon of. See Snellis.

-, treasurer of, papal manda-tary, 72.

-, - See Sparwe alias Herbard; Symondesburgh.

-, official of, papal mandatary, 435.

-, canons of. See Bothe; Bub-bewyth; Herbury; Merston; Pen-crych; Rider; Stopyndon; Sud- bury.

-, -, statute concerning, 78, 79.

-, college of minor canons of, 86.

-, picture in, 86.

-, Use of, 373.

collegiate church of St. Martin-le- Grand, dean of. See Stafford.

religious houses:—

Augustinian priory of St. Bartholomew, Smithfield, West Smithfelde, West Smythfeld', West Smythfelde, prior of, papal mandatary, 435.

-, prior and convent of, appro-priated church of, 474.

-, canon of, 375.

Augustinian priory of Holy Trinity or Christchurch within Aldgate, prior of, faculty to, 543.

-, prior and convent of, 47.

-, canon of, 64.

-, priory and parish church of [afterwards St. James's, Duke's Place], parish services at the altar of St. Mary Magdalene in, 46, 47.

-, -, church or chapel of Holy Trinity and St. Catherine dependent on [afterwards St. Katherine's Creechurch], 47.

Carthusian house of St. Saviour (rectius la Salutation B.V.M., Charterhouse), monk of, 410.

Cistercian abbey of St. Mary Graces by the Tower, abbot of, faculty for, 216.

-, -, papal mandatary, 289.

-, Pascasius (rectius Paschalis), abbot of, 319.

-, abbot and convent of, 319.

Friars Minors' house, friar of, 17.

hospitals:—

St. Anthony's [in Threadneedle Street], O.S.A., preceptor of. See Macclesfeld; Olton.

-, confraternity of, 413, 415.

-, Use of St. Paul's in, 373.

St. Bartholomew's, Smithfield, St. Bartholomew's in Smitfeldi, mas-ter of, 528.

-, brother of, 528.

St. Mary the Virgin's, Rouncevall (Roncesvalles), by Charing Cross, Charringcrosse, Charryngerosse, O.S.A., 238, 251, 282, 283.

St. Thomas's of Acon, master of. See Neelle.

parish churches:—

All Hallows, Bread Street, All Hal-lows in Bredestrete, 198.

All Hallows, Honey Lane, 300.

St. Botolph's, Bishopsgate, St. Botolph's without Bischoppesgate, 432.

St. Bride's, 223.

St. Christopher's, 331.

St. Clement Danes without New Temple Bar, 435.

St. Ewin's, 155, 364.

SS. John and James's Garlickhithe, Garlekehythe, 306.

St. Laurence, Jewry, 224, 323, 328.

St. Margaret's Lothbury, St. Margaret's Lothbery, 555.

St. Martin's in the Fields near Charing Cross, Charringcrosse, Charryngerosse, 238, 282.

St. Mary's, Whitechapel, St. Mary's de Matfelon alias Whytechapelle, 390.

St. Michael's, Crooked Lane, 335.

St. Michael's le Querne, ad Bladum, 471.

St. Mildred's Poultry, in Pultria, 448.

St. Nicholas in the Shambles [now united to Christ Church, Newgate Street], 362.

St. Osyth's, St. Citha's (now St. Benet's Sherehog), 321.

St. Sepulchre's without Newgate, St. Sepulchre's without Newgate, 474.

St. Thomas the Martyr's, near the middle of London Bridge, afterwards a chapel, 137.

See also above under Religious houses.

mayor and aldermen etc. of, 23, 137.

alderman of, 420.

episcopal palace of, 85.

Bridge, 137.

Temple Bar, 435.

John Acclam of, donsel, 324.

-, Joan his wife, 324.

Isabel Bettez of, 308.

Alice Beuer of, 318.

Thomas Chepnam of, donsel, 305.

Margery Hay of, 311.

Agnes Hone or Houe of, 328.

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

-, his wife, noblewoman, 555, 557.

William Olivier of, 561, 563.

-, Margaret his wife, 561.

John Palyng of, donsel, 324, 325.

-, his wife, 324, 325.

Margaret Walsham of, 308.

John Whatele of, layman, 563.

John Aleyn, citizen of, 421.

-, Joan his wife, 421.

Thomas Assheby, citizen and mercer of, 556.

Ralph Barton, citizen of, 414.

-, Alice his wife, 414.

Thomas Bateyl, citizen of, 317.

-, Maud his wife, 317.

Simon Bertlot, citizen of, 451.

-, his wife, 451.

William Brigge, citizen of, 534.

-, Margaret his wife, 534.

John Brokere, citizen of, 338.

-, Eleanor his wife, 338.

John Brokkele, citizen of, 431.

-, Catherine his wife, 431.

Henry Brounflete of, knight, 421.

William Caldewell', citizen of, 419.

-, Lettice his wife, 419.

William Cambrigge, citizen and alderman of, 420.

-, Edith his wife, 420.

John Chreche, citizen of, 551.

-, Isabel his wife, 551.

John Chylde, citizen of, 416.

John Chyntyng', citizen of, 323.

Robert Fitz Robert, citizen of, 421.

-, Margaret his wife, 421.

John Fulburne, citizen of, 304.

-, Alice his wife, 304.

John Hales, citizen of, 321.

-, Maud his wife, 321.

Thomas atte Halle, citizen of, 447.

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

-, Juliana his wife, 311, 315.

Ralph Holand, citizen of, 333.

-, Maud his wife, 333.

William Holgrave, citizen of, 415.

-, Maud his wife, 415.

Nicholas Kent, citizen and vintner of, 561.

-, Juliana his wife, 561.

Henry Lound, nobleman, dwelling in the city of, 428.

John Marchaunt, citizen of, 553, 554.

-, Joan his wife, 553, 554.

John Olney, citizen of, 306.

-, Margaret his wife, 306.

John Patyswyk, citizen of, 534.

Henry Preston, citizen of, 337, 341.

-, Isabel his wife, 337, 341.

Benedict Redynge, citizen of, 532.

John Reynam, citizen of, 421.

-, Alice his wife, 421.

Richard Roclond, Boclond, Bolond, citizen of, 342.

-, Joan his wife, 342.

Robert Rose, citizen of, 554.

-, Maud his wife, 554.

John Selby the elder, citizen of, 317.

-, Agnes his wife, 317.

Simon Sewale, citizen of, 323.

-, Alice his wife, 323.

Robert Spayn, citizen of, 340.

-, Alice his wife, 340.

Richard Stowe, citizen of, 562.

-, his wife, 562.

Richard Sutton, citizen of, 421.

-, Alice his wife, 421.

William Trymnell, citizen of, 430.

-, Idonia his wife, 430.

John Waren' of Lavendon, citizen and mercer of, 537.

John Waryn, citizen of, 323.

Thomas Wassyngham, citizen of, 447.

-, Margaret his wife, 447.

John Welles, citizen of, 419, 434.

-, Alice his wife, 419, 434.

Richard West, citizen of, brewer, 449.

John Willy, citizen of, 308.

-, Agnes his wife, 308.

Hugh Withe, citizen of, 308.

Thomas Wythe, Whyth, citizen of, 308, 316.

-, Joan his wife, 308, 316.

See also Fulham; Southwark; West-minster.

Londoris, abbey de. See Lindores.

Lonelych, John. See Louelych.

Longdon, Longedon [co. Stafford], prebend in Lichfield, 54.

Longley (or Langley), Thomas, bishop of Dur-ham, chancellor of England, 380, 431, 432, 475, 476.

Longues, de Longis [dép. Calvados, arr. Bayeux], Benedictine abbey, monk of 373.

Lonmay, Lunmey [co. Aberdeen], 167.

Lonysdale, Richard, priest, 420.

Lorn, Nicholas de, a Friar Preacher, 428.

Lorn, parish church of St. Bride in. See Kilbride.

-, Upper, parish church of St. Bean in. See Kilmore.

Lorne, Patrick de, an Augustinian canon, 69.

Lothian [Scotland], archdeacon of, papal mandatary, 67, 269, 359.

-, - See Croyser; Lawedre.

-, archdeaconry of, pension from the, 256, 294.

Loudon or London, John, a Bendictine monk, 322.

-, John, nobleman, 323.

-, - Joan his wife, 323.

Louelych or Lonelych, John, rector of Stoke Newington, 116, 117.

Louet, Walter, canon of Leighlin, 356.

Loueth. See Louth.

Lough Key, Loch Che, Locque, Insula Sancte Trinitatis de Lochque [on Trinity Island, in Kilbryan parish, co. Roscom-mon], Premonstratensian abbey of Holy Trinity, abbot of, papal mandatary, 148, 483.

-, -, -, patronage of, 193.

-, -, Congallus, abbot of, 193.

-, -, abbot of. See Macdiarmada.

-, -, canons of, 193.

- See Inchmacnerin.

Lough Mask, Lochmeascha, Lochmeassca [co. Mayo], 275, 510, 539.

Lough Oughter, Lochuarchtair, Lochuaucheair, Insula Sancte Trinitatis de Lochuach-tair [co. Cavan], Premonstratensian priory of Holy Trinity, prior of. See Ocathaalan; Osyredean.

-, -, indulgence for the church of, 505.

Lough Ree [co. Longford], See Inchcleraun.

Loughans, de Lokanis [in Kildollagh parish, co. Antrim], chapel of St. Mary, 273.

Loughborough, Lughtburg, Lughtburgh [co. Leicester], 332, 342.

Loughrea, Lochriach, Lochreig’ [co. Galway], 109, 190, 270.

Louier, Nicholas. See Lovier.

Lound, Lounde, Henry, nobleman, 428.

-, John, vicar of Haxey, 72.

Louth, alias Helenesone. John, clerk, 120.

- See Lowth.

Louth, Loueth [co. Louth], Augustinian priory, prior of, papal mandatary, 73.

Louther, John, clerk, 445.

Louthre, Master G. de, 565.

Lovell and Holland, William, lord of, patron of Brackley hospital, 469.

Lovier, Louier, Nicholas, Benedictine monk of St. Stephen's, Caen, afterwards abbot of Saint-Vandrille, 132.

Lowel, John, rector of St. Mary's, White-chapel, London, 390.

Lowillins, William, canon of Cork, 383.

Lowtfut, Malcolm, clerk, 167.

Lowth, Roger, donsel, 417.

-, -, Mary his wife, 417.

- See Louth.

Lubbertus , papal register rubricated by, 246 n.

Lucy, Walter, knight, 197.

-, -, Eleanor his wife, damsel, 197.

Luddington. See Ludyngton.

Ludgershall, Ludgarsall, Ludgersall [co. Bucks], 120, 225, 388.

Ludlow, Ludlowye [co. Salop], Carmelite house of St. Mary, 152.

Ludyngton, diocese of Lincoln (? Luddington, co. Lincoln), 533.

Luff, Agnes, 567.

Lughtburg, Lughtburgh. See Loughborough.

Lugubalia . See Carlisle.

Lumbard, Gregory, rector of Churchtown alias Bruhenny, 44.

-, Richard, priest, 554.

- See Lombard'.

Lumley, Marmaduke, archdeacon of Northum-berland, 319.

Luna, Peter de. See Benedict XIII.

Lundoris , abbey de. See Lindores.

Lunmey. See Lonmay.

Luntrathin. See Lintrathen.

Lusk [co. Dublin], 113.

- See also Gracedieu.

Luxembourg, Lewis de, bishop of Térouane, chancellor of France, lieutenant of the Regent Bedford, 439.

Luxeuil [Haute-Saône, France], cathedral church, canon of. See Palouini.

-, Benedictine abbey of St. Peter, John, abbot of. See Ungelles.

-, -, abbots of. See Pierrexi (Etienne and Guy).

-, -, convent, etc. of. papal letters to, 346, 408.

Lydeforde, John, rector of Chagford, 435.

Lydyn, Thomas, 307.

-, -, Joan his wife, 307.

Lyle, Richard, Augustinian canon, 324.

Lyllisclef. See Lilliesleaf.

Lyminge, Lymmynge [co. Kent], 471.

Lympstone, Leneneston [co. Devon], 468, 556.

Lyn. See Lynn.

Lynally, Lynnela [King's County], chapel of St. Colman, erected into a parish church, 174.

Lyndefeld, John. See Lindefeld.

Lyndesay, David de, donsel, 260.

-, Ingram, Ingram de, canon of Brechin, vicar of Monktown, holding a pension from the deanery of Aberdeen, 262, 404.

-, Janet, donsel, 250.

Lyndewode, William, official of Canterbury, canon of Abergwilly, Exeter, Hereford, Salisbury and Wells, rector of Winfrith Newburgh, afterwards rector of Shore-ham and of All Hallows, Bread Street, London, and chaplain of Otford, 198.

Lyndford, William, priest, of the diocese of Lincoln, 325.

- See Lynford.

Lyne, Richard, priest, 326.

-, Thomas, priest, 415.

Lyne, Line [co. Peebles], 101, 114, 115, 378.

Lynford, William, rector of Horsington in the diocese of Lincoln, 223.

- See Lyndford.

Lyng', Thomas, priest, 415.

Lynlithqw. See Linlithgow.

Lynn, Lyn [co. Westmeath], 135, 351.

-, Kings, Bishop's Lynn [co. Norfolk], parish church of St. Margaret, a cell of the priory of Norwich, 441, 442.

-, -, chapel of St. James, 441, 442.

-, -, chapel of St. Nicholas, 441, 442.

Lynne alias Tylney, Thomas, a Gilbertine canon, 329, 331, 332.

Lynnela. See Lynally.

Lynton', Walter, master of the hospital of Burton Lazars, 181.

Lynton. See Linton.

Lyon, John, of Osgodby, priest, 534.

- See Leonis.

Lyons [Rhône, France], archbishop of, papal mandatary, 119.

Lyston. See Kirkliston.

Lytell', John, clerk, notary, 412.

- See Lytyll.

Lytteley, William de, 41.

-, -, Emmota his relict, 41.

Lyttester, John, priest, 450.

Lytyll, Edward, rector of Nether Dean, 496.

- See Lytell'.