Index of Persons and Places
P, Q, R

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'Index of Persons and Places: P, Q, R', Calendar of Papal Registers Relating to Great Britain and Ireland, Volume 7: 1417-1431 (1906), pp. 674-682. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=104394 Date accessed: 01 October 2014.


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Paas, Henry, priest, 424.

Packer, John, 310.

-, -, Denise his wife, 310.

Page, John, clerk, 299.

Paisley, de Pasleto, de Passeleto [co. Renfrew], Cluniac abbey, John I, abbot of, 141, 291.

-, -, John II, abbot of. See Lichev.

-, -, Roland, abbot of, sometime abbot of Crossraguel, 291.

-, -, Thomas, abbot of. See Morw.

-, -, abbot and convent of, patron-age of, 257, 437.

-, -, monks of, 141, 291.

- See Pasleto.

Palena, Master John de, papal chaplain and auditor, 374.

Palgrave, Polgrave, Robert, layman, 517.

Palmer, William, warden of Ospringe hospital, 222.

-, William, nobleman, 551.

-, -, -, his wife, noblewoman, 551.

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

Palouini, Ralph, canon of Luxeuil, physician of Anne, duchess of Bedford, 394.

Palyng, John, of London, donsel, 324, 325.

-, -, his wife, 324, 325.

Pape, John, priest, 551, 553.

Papham, Stephen, knight, 537.

-, -, Margaret his wife, 537.

Parcel, Richard, prior of Nenagh, 183.

- See Purcellis; Pursel.

Parchevalle, Richard, layman, 14.

Paresson, Saresson, alias Wygenhale, John. See Saresson.

Parham [co. Suffolk], 302.

Paris, official of, papal mandatary, 272.

-, canon of. See Pinchon.

-, chapel royal of, prebendary of. See Kirketon.

-, rector and university of, 30.

-, roll of petitions of the university of, 257.

-, royal council at, 439.

-, students at, 69, 73, 93, 99, 138, 185, 257, 258, 298, 299, 356.

- See Parys.

Park, John, 533.

-, -, Margaret his wife, 533.

Parker, John, donsel, of the diocese of Wells, 307.

-, -, layman, of the diocese of Chichester, 553.

-, -, Agnes his wife, 553.

-, Margaret, noblewoman, 533, 536.

-, Parkier, Ralph, donsel, 417, 434.

- See Parkour.

Parkham [co. Devon], 172, 433.

Parkier, Ralph. See Parker.

Parklands. See Templenascreen.

Parkour, Thomas, canon of York, 316.

- See Parker.

Parton, Purton [co. Kirkcudbright], 152.

Partrich, Pertrich, Peter, chancellor and canon of Lincoln, rector of Biddenden, 284, 497.

Parys, Major, priest, notary, 249.

Pasleto, Robert de, an Augustinian canon of St. Andrews, to be prior of Monymusk, 513.

Pasleto , Passeleto, abbey de. See Paisley.

Paston, Alice, 340.

-, Paston', John, monk of Cluny, prior of Bromholm, afterwards bishop elect of Cork, 180, 405.

Patcham, Pechham [co. Sussex], 445, 446.

Pathun, John, vicar of St. Colman's, Derry-keighan, 76.

Patricii, John, clerk, 461.

Patrington, Patryngton [co. York, E.R.], 177.

Patryngton, Stephen, bishop of St. Davids. afterwards of Chichester, 45.

Patyswyk, John, citizen of London, 534.

Paulet, William, 325.

-, -, -, Joan his wife, 534.

Paulet, William, 325.

-, -, Joan his wife, 325.

Paull. See Newton Garth.

Paulyn, Richard, priest, 317.

Pavia [Lombardy], Francis, bishop of. See Bolpanis.

-, chapter-general of the Friars Preachers at in 1423, 514.

-and Siena [Tuscany], Council of, 27.

Payfoot, William, priest, 415.

Paykirke. See Peakirk.

Payn, Payne, Adam, bishop of Cork and Cloyne, 65.

-, Thomas, esquire, of the diocese of Lincoln, 301, 327.

-, -, -, Alice his wife, 301, 327.

Paynell, Paynell', William, rector of Warsop in the diocese of York, afterwards of Aston in the same diocese, 224, 230.

-, -, rector of Withern, St. Mar-garet, in the diocese of Lincoln, 436.

Pays, Robert, priest, 414.

Peakirk, Paykirke [co. Northants], 127, 128, 297.

Pecarry, diocese of Aberdeen, 234.

Peccham. See Patcham.

Pedit, Michael, donsel, 314.

-, -, Juliana his wife, 314.

Peescode, Godwin, priest, 300.

Peldon, Poldon [co. Essex], 79.

Pelewyf, Alice, 447.

Pelleson, William, archdeacon of Cleveland, rector of Anderby, afterwards of St. Denys's in Walmgate, York, afterwards of Kirkby Misperton, 142, 258, 473.

Pellichon, Thomas, canon of St. Asaph, 496.

Pellyn, Geoffrey, archdeacon of Cork, 89.

-, Penlyn, John, dean of Emly, after-wards archdeacon of Cork, 89, 184.

-, John, clerk, of the diocese of Emly, notary, 51 (corrigenda), 442.

-, John, priest, of the diocese of Exeter, 447.

-, Pellin, Pellyne, Richard, dean of Cork, canon of Lismore and Emly, vicar of Kinsale, 48, 90, 94, 239, 560.

Pembroke, earl of. See FitzGilbert.

Pempel, Pempell, Stephen, dean of Wells, 55.

Pencrych, Penerych, Peneryth, Pentrych, William, archdeacon of St. Davids, chancellor and canon of Abergwilly, canon of Exeter, London and Probus, rector of Blagdon, chaplain of the chapel de Kaledarie (q.v.), 220, 222, 285, 402, 403, 429, 468, 478, 479.

Penicuik, Penikuke [co. Edinburgh], 151.

Penikuke, Penykuk, George de, canon of Glasgow, vicar of Kilconquhar, 256, 293, 294.

-, Thomas de, canon of Glasgow, rector of Kynel (q.v.), vicar of Bathgate, 104, 105.

Peñiscola [province of Castellon, Spain], 34.

Penkherst, Simon, layman, 334.

Penlyn, John. See Pellyn.

Penne [Abruzzi, Italy], James, bishop elect of. See Camplo.

Pennant, Pennant Mellanguell [co. Mont-gomery], 344.

Pennewortham, Henry. See Penwortham.

Penningham, Pomyngame [co. Wigtown]. 297.

Pentrych, William. See Penerych.

Penven, Robert, rector of Southdean, vicar of Makerston, vicar of Berwick upon Tweed, chaplain in the parish church of St. James, Roxburgh, 351, 466, 467.

Penwortham, Pennewortham, Henry, canon of Wells, rector of the parish church of Wittersham and of the chapel of Whittlesford Bridge, afterwards rector of Lyminge, registrar of archbishop Chichele, 42, 403, 471.

Penykuk, George de. See Penikuke.

Pepye, Thomas, donsel, 553.

-, -, Joan his wife, 553.

Perey, John, subdean of Lincoln, rector of Quarrington, chaplain of Blaston, 218, 272, 499, 500.

-, Persy, Richard, abbot of Abbotsbury, 533.

- See Persay.

Perien, John, donsel, 341.

Perkyn, William, monk, afterwards prior, of Down, 143, 144.

Perres. See Prees.

Persay, Hugh, rector of Almer, 223.

- See Percy.

Pershore, Perschor, Perschore [co. Worces-ter], Benedictine abbey, abbot of, papal mandatary, 85.

-, parish church of. 366.

Personis, John, layman, 446.

Persy, Richard. See Percy.

Perth, St. John's town, proposed transfer of the university of St. Andrews to, 440, 441.

Pertrich, Peter See Partrich.

Perugia [Umbria, Italy], Benedict de Guida-lottis, Guideloctis of, regent of the papal camera, 400, 464, 465.

Pesenale, Thomas, priest, 534.

Peterborough [co. Northants], Benedictine abbey, abbot of, papal mandatary, 435. 436.

-, -abbot and convent of, 127, 128.

-, -, monks of, 343, 422.

Peteworth, Richard, canon of Bordeaux, after-wards chaplain in the cathedral and the parish church of Sainte-Eulalie, Bor-deaux, and in the churches of Saint- Médard-en-JalleandSaint-Emilion, 295.

Petra Duacensis . See Kilmacduagh.

Petrafertili , abbey de. See Corcomroe.

Petrus , register of papal letters rubricated by, 296 note.

- See also Casatiis.

Petworth, Petteworth [co. Sussex], 43.

Peuesey. See Pewsey.

Peulu, Alan de, prior of Locmaria, 373.

Peverel, Thomas, bishop of Worcester, 85, 133.

Pewsey, Peuesey [co.Wilts], 556.

Peykyrk. See Peakirk.

Peyntour, Thomas, citizen of Dublin, 434.

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

Phepyl, William, layman, 465.

-, - Cristiana his daughter, 465.

Philip the Good, duke of Burgundy, 9, 11.

Philip app Lewelyn, chancellor of Llandaff, 281.

Philip, John, citizen of Worcester, 450.

-, -, -, Joan his wife, 450.

Philippi, John, a Friar Minor, 453.

Phillack, St. Felicitas [co. Cornwall], 246.

Piacenza [Emilia, Italy], bishop of, papal mandatary, 148.

-, - See Cardinal priests (St. Clement's).

Picot, John, the younger, 365, 366.

-, -, Alice Cateworth his wife, 365, 366.

-, See Pygot.

Pidde, John, provided to the precentorship of Limerick, 160.

Piecombe, Pycombe [co. Sussex], 534.

Pierce's Castle. See Monasteroris.

Pierpound, Henry, knight, 555.

-, -, his wife, 555.

Pierrexi, Étienne III, abbot of Luxeuil, 33 note, 346, 408.

-, alias de Insula, Guy, monk, afterwards abbot of Luxeuil, 33 note, 346.

Pikwell, William, rector of Trent, 498.

Pileo, Benedict de, secretary of Martin V, 147.

Pilmur, John, an Augustinian canon, 370.

Pinchon, John, canon of Avranches, after-wards of Cambrai, and canon of Paris, writer of papal letters, member of the pope's household, 382, 387.

Pipa Minor. See Prees.

Pipminster, Pypminster alias Pipteminster [co. Somerset], Ralph, vicar of, 495.

Pireto, Anthony de, minister-general of the Friars Minors, 179.

Pirron, William, priest, claimant to the arch-deaconry of Ossory, 184.

Pisa [Tuscany, Italy], General Council of, 10, 350.

-, -, English clergy at, 79, 84.

-, papal letters dated at, 10.

Pistoia [Tuscany, Italy], provost of. See Prato.

-, papal letters dated at, 22.

Planche, Bernard de la, bishop elect of Dax sometime prior of Soulac, 493.

Pleshey, Plecy [co. Essex], parish, afterwards collegiate church of Holy Trinity, 231, 232.

Plomer, John, vicar of St. Mary's, Oxford, 254.

Plumpton. See Plympton.

Plunket, Maud, 567.

Plymoute, William, abbot of Combermere, 448.

Plymouth [co. Devon], Sutton by. See Sutton on Plym.

Plympton, Plumpton [co. Devon], Augustinian priory of SS. Peter and Paul, prior of, faculty for, 126.

-, -, -, papal mandatary, 512, 538.

-, -, - See Selman.

-, -, prior and convent of, 131.

-, -, canons of, 324, 422.

Poggio, Poggius, papal secretary, 19, 384 note, 388 note.

Polchows, chapel of in the diocese of Here-ford, 364.

Poldon. See Peldon.

Pole, Michael, earl of Suffolk, 82.

-, -, Thomas his son, scholar, 82.

-, Walter de la, knight, 418, 432.

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

- See Polle; Powle; Pull.

Poleslo. See Polsloe.

Polesworth, Pollsworth [co. Warwick], Bene-dictine abbey, Benedicta, abbess of. See Prede.

-, -, abbess and nuns of, 428.

Polgrave, Robert. See Palgrave.

Polle, William, 549.

-, -, Joan his wife, 549.

-, See Pole; Powle; Pull.

Pollok, John de, donsel, 320.

Pollsworth. See Polesworth.

Polsloe, Poleslo [in Heavitree parish, co. Devon], Benedictine priory, prioress and convent of, 453.

Polton, Thomas, dean and canon of York, canon of Dublin and Ripon, rector of Hatfield, successivoly bishopof Hereford, Chichester and Worcester, 146, 153, 157, 158, 171, 201, 214, 215, 255, 386, 433, 476, 477.

Polword, George, vicar of Bowden, 19, 66.

Pomeray, Thomas, knight, 314.

-, -, Joan his wife, 314.

Pomyngame. See Penningham.

Ponto, Anthony de, corrector of letters in the papal registers, 19, 42, 50–52, 55, 59, 61–63, 66, 67, 69, 70, 73–76, 78–80, 83–86, 88–91, 95, 96, 98–101, 103–105, 107–114, 117, 119, 121, 123, 124, 128, 129, 131, 132, 141, 145, 146, 148, 149, 151, 153, 154, 157, 160, 342.

Ponynges, Thomas de, knight, 335.

-, -, Maud his wife, 335.

Ponyngis , rectory de.See Poynings.

Pope, William, donsel, 304.

Port, du, de Portu [Meurthe, France], arch-deacon of in Toul, papal mandatary, 226.

Porter, Ellen, 561.

Portio David, prebend called, in the churches of Appelwarch and Lanvayre Dalharum i.e. the second portion of Llanfairtal-haiarn [co. Denbigh]. prebend in St. Asaph, 496.

Portmarnock, Portmirnoch, Portmirnorch [co. Dublin], a possession of St. Mary's abbey, 130.

Portmyan. See Inish Maine.

Porto [Lazio, Italy], Lewis, cardinal bishop of. See Cardinal bishops.

Portompna, Portompria. See Portumna.

Portree. See Raasay.

Portu , archdeacon de.See Port.

Portu Patrum , abbey de.See Annadown.

Portumna, Portompna, Portompria [co. Gal-way], Friars Minors’ house at, indul-gence for, 506.

-, Friar Preachers’ house at, friar of, 549.

Portupuro , abbey de.See Clonfert.

Portus Beate Marie . See Dunbrody.

Post, Donald, archpriest of Dunbar, rector of Haddington, 359.

Potkyn, John, priest, 339.

Potter, Robert, of Stockport, layman, 14.

-, Roger, 329.

-, -, Isabel his wife, 329.

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

Poughley, Pougheley [in Chaddleworth parish, co. Berks], Augustinian priory of St. Margaret, prior of, faculty to, 530.

Powle, John, dean of Holy Trinity, Westbury on Trym, in the diocese of Worcester, 322.

-, -, rector of Aldenbi (q.v.) in the diocese of Lincoln and of Stoke in the diocese of Winchester, 508.

- SeePole; Polle; Pull.

Powton alias Nansynt.See St.Breock.

Powys [co. Montgomery], Edward, lord Cherleton of, 341.

-, -, -, Margaret his wife, 341.

Poynings, de Ponyngis [co. Sussex], 552.

- See Ponynges.

Prague [Bohemia], Sbinco, archbishop of. See Hasenburg.

-, parish church of St. Adalbert sub Zderaz, Sderass, Master Michael, ple-banus of, 22.

-, Jerome of, condemnation of, 21, 22.

Prat, William, 394.

Pratis, abbey de. See Leicester.

Prato, Geminianus de, provost of Pistoia, papal chaplain and auditor, 94, 114, 115, 180, 294, 481.

Praty, Richard, warden of Stratford on Avon collegiate church, 463.

Prede or Pryde, Benedicta, abbess of Poles-worth, 428.

Predynthu, Thomas, priest, 430.

Preen, John, vicar of Tremonfeckin in the diocese of Armagh, 445.

- See Preyn.

Press [i.e. Pipa Minor], Perres [co. Salop], prebend in Lichfield, 41.

Prendargast, Walter, a Benedictine monk, and intruded abbot, of Fore, 59.

- See Prindragas.

Prentys, Edward, archdeacon of Essex, after-wards precentor and canon of Salisbury, rector of Stokenham, 260.

Preston, Elizabeth de, noblewoman, 504, 505.

-, Henry, citizen of London, 337, 341.

-, -, -, Isabel his wife, 337, 341.

-, John, citizen of Norwich, 300.

-, -, -, Beatrice his wife, 300.

-, John, priest, of the diocese of Lincoln, 421.

-, John, vicar of Carleton Forehoe in the diocese of Norwich, 311.

-, Mariota de, 178.

-, Nicholas de, priest, of the diocese of York, bachelor of canon law, 325.

-, -, vicar of Kirkby Stephen in the diocese of Carlisle bachelor of canon law, 216, 224.

Preyn, Master John, rector of St. Patrick's, Trim, in the diocese of Meath, papal chaplain and auditor, 399.

-, Patrick, vicar of Tallaght, afterwards rector of St. Patrick's Trim, 399.

- See Preen.

Price, David, licentiate of civil law, 469.

- See Prys.

Primult alias Ballyburly. See Ballyburly.

Princes Risborough, Princes Rysburgh [co. Bucks], John Bayly of, donsel, 304.

Prindragas, Elias Macmio Helyas, rector of Ballynacarragh, 96.

-, Walter, scholar, 424.

- See Prendargast.

Prior parish. See St. Michael's Mount.

Probus, St. Probus [co. Cornwall], collegiate church, canon of. See Penorych.

Proctor, John, deacon, notary, 348.

Prowet, Alexander, priest, 552.

Pryde or Prede, Benedicta, abbess of Poles-worth, 428.

Prykloue, John, priest, 324.

Prynce, William, priest, 415.

Prys, Thomas, rector of Galtrim, 317.

- See Price.

Prytfot, John, vicar in the cathedral church of Hereford, portionary in the parish church of Holdgate, 119, 124.

Puddletrenthide, Pudeltrenthide [co. Dorset], 513.

Pul, John de, alias Brymisgrove. See Pull.

Pul. See Dublin.

Pulard, William, a Friar Minor, 453.

Pulcer, Thomas, rector of Holywell, 284.

Pulham [co. Norfolk], parish church of St. Mary, 212.

-, -, chapel of St. James in the parish of, 119.

Pull, Pul, John de, alias Brymisgrove, canon of Salisbury, 326.

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

- See Pole; Polle; Powle.

Purcellis, William, priest, claimant to the archdeaconry of Ossory, 184.

- See Parcel; Pursel.

Purchaz, Richard, of Bridgwater, 63.

Pursel, Jordan, vicar of Croagh, 509.

- See Parcel; Purcellis.

Purton. See Parton.

Pycombe. See Piecombe.

Pyghteslei. See Pytchley.

Pygot, John, lord of Abington Pigotts, of the diocese of Lincoln, 430.

-, -, -, Joan his wife, 430.

-, John, donsel, of the diocese of York, 328.

-, -, -, Elizabeth his wife, 328.

- See Picot.

Pykton, William, a Cluniac monk, 413.

Pylton, William, canon of York, secretary of Henry V, 435.

Pynchebeck, William, an Augustinian canon, afterwards sacrist, of Westacre, 516.

Pynchepole, Thomas, donsel, 305.

-, -, Catherine his wife, 305.

Pyne, Edmund, donsel, 428.

Pyng, John de, priest, 315.

-, Thomas de, a Benedictine monk, 422.

Pypminster alias Pipteminster. See Pip-minster.

Pyrton, William, the elder, donsel, 323.

Pyry, William, clerk, 321.

Pytchley, Pyghteslei [co. Northants], 286.

Pyworthy [co. Devon], 249.

Q

Quaplode. See Whaplode.

Quarrington, St. Botolph, Querygtun [co Lincoln], 500.

Quiclache. See Wheelock.

Quimper. See Locmaria.

Quin, Cunky alias Okassyn [co. Clare], 350, 352, 490.

Quyntyn, William, clerk, 233.

Qwelpeldale, John, rector of Kirkland, St. Laurence, 300.

Qwilt. See Cults.

R

Raasay, Rossye [in Portree parish, co. Inver-ness], parish church of St. Ouen, 223.

Rachayn. See Rahan.

Radclyff, John, knight, 305.

-, Redecleyf, Nicholas de, knight, 313.

-, -, -, Elizabeth his wife, 313.

-, Radclyf. Richard, knight, 379.

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

Radeford, Radefort, Nicholas, 555, 556.

- -, his wife, 555, 556.

Radynghe. See Reading.

Raghat alias Fox, Ragged, Patrick, bishop of Cork, sometime dean of Ossory, after, wards bishop of Ossory, 46, 49, 70–184, 190.

-, - -, papal collector in Ireland, 1.

Ragnall, Ragenhill [co. Notts], Robert Oliver of, clerk, advocate of the court of York, 544.

Rahan, Rachayn [King's County], 174.

Raheny, Rathenia [co. Dublin], a possession of St. Mary's abbey, 129.

Raith Bruaich alias Raitha Maihienaih. SeeRaymoghy.

Raithronayn. See Rathronan.

Rake, Richard, priest, 561.

Raliffen Habuge. See Ballyboy Fercall.

Rallergleach and Vetforaich, parish churches of, called the rectory of Glae. See Killiagh.

Ramesey, Rameseye. See Ramsey.

Rampston, Thomas, knight, 417.

-, -, Alice his wife, 417.

Ramsey, Ramesey, Rameseye [co. Hunt.], Benedictine abbey, abbot and convent of, 71.

-, -, John, abbot of. See Tyche-mersh.

Randolphi, John, vicar of Rathconnell, after-wards rector of Balsoon, afterwards rector of Drakestown, 53.

Ranny, John, a Friar Minor, 569.

-, Rany, William, dean of Mayo and of Tuam, 160. 226.

Raphoe [co. Donegal], bishop of, papal man-datary, 113, 117, 353, 514, 558, 559.

-, -patronage of, 162, 168, 424.

-, -, rights of in respect of the blessing of abbots, 192.

-, John, bishop of. See MacCormaic.

-, dean of, papal mandatary, 117.

-, - See Odaighiri; Omulgarghi; Macgillabridi; Macmallgussa.

-, dean and chapter of, patronage of, 162, 168.

-official of, papal mandatary, 104, 117, 168.

-, canons of. See Macsubhne; Odomh-naille (Cornelius, Eugenius and Magonius); Odrobelaydh.

-, chapter of, patronage of, 424.

-, Edmund Ogallchubair of, clerk, to be a Cistercian monk and afterwards abbot of Assaroe. 493, 573.

- See Magh Itha.

Rasen, Market or East, Exstrasyn [co. Lincoln]. John Steinby of, 341.

-, -, John his wife, 341.

Rasharkin, Roserchain, Roserchan, Rosserchan [co. Antrim], parish church of St. Breacan, St. Brocanus, 75, 100, 202.

Rathangan, Rathimgayn [co. Kildare], pre-bend in Kildare, 484.

Rathconnell, Rathconylle [co. Westmeath], 53.

Rathconrath. See Disserttale.

Rathdrum, Rathdruman. See Ballycommon.

Rathenia. See Raheny.

Rathero. See Rathroe.

Rathfaran. See Rathsaran.

Rathimgayn. See Rathangan.

Rathmer. See Rathmore.

Rathmolyon, Rathmoleghan [co. Meath], 56.

Rathmore, Rathmer [co. Down], 566.

Ratho. See Gogar.

Rathroe, Rathero [co. Wicklow]. 113.

Rathronan, Raithronayn, Rathronayn [co. Limerick], 91, 483, 484.

Rathsaran, Rathsaram, Rathfarn [Queen's Co.], 398.

Rathuoygh. See Rattoo.

Rathwire, Rathwere [in Killucan parish, co. Westmeath], 480, 481.

Ratisbonne. See Regensburg.

Rattoo, Rathuoygh, Raythtuayg, Raythtuoyg, Raythuayd [co. Kerry], Augustinian abbey of St. Mary alias SS. Peter and Paul, abbot of, papal mandatary, 162, 227, 245, 483.

Ravenser, Richard, master of the hospital of St. Leonard, York, 68.

Raymoghy, Raith Bruaich alias Raitha Maihie-naih [co. Donegal], 263.

Rayne, Reyne, John, priest, 413, 415.

Raythcurrnan. See Kilcurnan.

Raythtuayg, Raythtuoyg, Raythuayd. See Rattoo.

Reade, Robert, bishop of Chichester, 411, 433.

- See Rede.

Reading, Benyng, Radynghe, Reding [co. Berks], Benedictine abbey, abbot of, papal mandatary, 20.

-, -, abbot and convent of, 515.

-, -, monks of, 301.

-, poor hospital of St. Mary Magdalen, warden of. See Beck.

- See Redynge.

Rede, John, dean of Waterford, 165.

-, John, master of St. Thomas's hos-pital, Southwark, 77.

- See Reade.

Redecleyf, Nicholas de. See Radelyff.

Reding. See Reading.

Redynge, Benedict, citizen of London, 531.

Regeles alias Caluayn. See Cloone.

Regensburg [Bavaria], Benedictine monastery of St. James, monk of, 367.

Reghels alias Cluyan. See Cloone.

Remyngton, Ralph, clerk, notary, 347.

Rennes [Ille-et-Vilaine, France], Benedictine abbey of St. George, nun of, 374.

Repington, Philip, bishop of Lincoln, 116, 134, 213, 335, 339, 340.

Res ap David ap Thomas, 392.

-, Angharad'verch Jankyn ap Res, his wife, 392.

Reuell', William, priest, 307.

Reve, John, archdeacon of Lismore, 511.

Rewley, Reylu. See Oxford.

Reyman, William, layman, 446.

Reymis or Reynns, John, priest, 434.

Reynaldi, Agnes, of Stockton, 211.

- See Reynoldi.

Reynam, John, citizen of London, 421.

-, -, -, Alice his wife, 421.

Reyndroyn. See Ringrone.

Reyne, John, priest, See Rayne.

Reynell, Walter, donsel, 552.

Reynns or Reymis, John, priest, 434.

Reynoldi, William, deacon, sometime a brother of St. Bartholomew's hospital, Smith-field, 528.

- See Reynaldi.

Rhine, count palatine of the. See Bavaria.

Rhodes, residence of the master-general of the Hospitallers, 196.

Ricall, John, a Friar Minor, 557.

- See Rykil.

Richard II, king of England, 60.

Richard, earl. See FitzGilbert.

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

Richeer, John, 330.

-, -, Cristina his wife, 330.

Richeman, Thomas, of Cromer, donsel, 336.

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

Richmond [co. York, N.R.], archdeacon of, faculty to, 348.

-, -, papal mandatary, 49, 218.

-, abbey of St. Agatha by. See Easby.

Rickinghalle, John, chancellor of York, afterwards bishop of Chichester, 17, 18, 476.

Ricoldus , letters in the papal registers corrected by, 246, 248, 392, 558.

-, -, rubricated by, 401 note, 409 note.

Ridelesford, Rithlefort, Walter de, of Bally-maice, a benefactor of St. Mary's abbey, Dublin, 130.

Rider, Ryder, John, rector of Stone St. Mary and Little Canfield, afterwards of Stone St. Mary and Hackney, canon of Ferns, Lincoln, London and Llandaff, chaplain of Richard Clifford, bishop of London, 45, 46, 50, 121, 169.

Rindown, Ryndduyn [in the parish of St. John's, co. Roscommon], Augustinian (Hospitallers’) priory of St. John Baptist, prior of, papal mandatary, 131,170.

Ringreagh [in the parish of Down, co. Down], chapel of St. Mary Magdalen, 265.

Ringrone, Reyndroyn [co. Cork], 383.

Ringwood, SS. Peter and Paul, Ryngwode [co. Southants], 379.

Ripon, John de, abbot of Fountains, 144.

Ripon, Rypon [co. York. N.R.], collegiate church. canon of. See Polton.

Rithlefort, Walter de. See Ridelesford.

River, John de la, knight, 283.

-, Maurice de la, layman, 283.

Roba in Kera. See Ballinrobe.

Robeen. See Annies; Home.

Robert III, king of Scotland. See Stewart (John).

Robert, duke of Albany. See Stewart.

Robertsbridge [co. Sussex], Cistercian abbey, abbot of, faculty to, 348.

Robleti, Agnes, 312.

Robynson, Ellen, 154.

-, John, priest, 556.

-, Thomas, of Cottingham, 439.

-, -, -, William his son, scholar, 439.

-, —, layman, 14.

Roche, Joan, 479.

-, Roch, Laurence, a Cistercian monk, 513.

-, Maurice, baron of Fermoy, 51.

-, Roch, Miles, chancellor, afterwards dean, of Cork, vicar of Kinsale, 560.

Roche, de Rupe [co. York, W.R.], Cistercian abbey of St. Mary, abbot of. papal mandatary, 378.

Rocheford, Ralph, knight, 325, 327.

-, -, Margaret his wife, 325, 327.

Rochester [co. Kent], bishop of, papal manda-tary, 20, 22, 177, 403, 435, 446, 464, 477, 498.

-, Hamo, bishop of. See Hythe.

-, John, bishop of. See Kempe; Lang-don.

-, Richard, bishop of. See Yonge.

-, Thomas, bishop elect of. See Spofford.

-, archdeacon of. See Brown alias Cordon.

-, Benedictine priory (cathedral), Wil-liam, prior of. See Tunbrigg.

-, -, monks of, 430.

-, -, election by the chapter of, to the see, 133.

Rochetaillée, John de la. See Cardinal priests (St. Laurence's in Lucina).

Roclond, Boclond, Boland, Richard, citizen of London, 342.

-, -, -, Joan his wife, 342.

Rocomb, Richard, bishop of Leighlin, 51, 135, 165.

Rodington. See Boddington.

Rogate [co. Sussex]. See Durford.

Roites. See Routes.

Rokelef, Philip, priest, claimant to the arch-deaconry of Ossory, 184.

Roleris, John, canon of Dunblane, 253.

Rolvenden, Rolvynden [co. Kent], 145.

Rome, 27.

-, St. Peter's, letters dated at, 21, 290.

-, -, papal minor penitentiary in. See Mersche.

-, Lateran, papal letters dated at the, 129, 564.

-, Carthusian monastery of Santa Croce, 9.

-, Friars Minors’ province of, 179.

-, hospital of Holy Trinity and St. Thomas the Martyr [now the English College], 329, 332.

-, hospital of Santo Spirito in Sassia, 545.

-, General Council of, 21, 22.

-, papal court at, 268, 443.

-, -, migration of to Tivoli, 242, 243, 296, 297, 404, 443.

-, vows of pilgrimage to the shrines of SS. Peter and Paul, 3, 13, 385, 386, 527.

-, fray between English and Irish clergy at, 499, 500.

Romele, William, rector of Bintree, 415.

Roncesvalles [Spain], hospital of St. Mary of. See London (hospitals).

Roos. See Ros.

Roper, Richard, priest, 326.

Ros, Roos, Thomas, lord de, 432.

-, -, Eleanor his wife. See Beau-champ.

Roscommon, Roschoman, Roscomain, Rosco-man, Roscomman [co. Roscommon], Augustinian priory of St. Mary alias St. Coman prior of, papal mandatary, 64, 396, 426.

-, - - See Maciadgan Oconchubair.

-, Friar Preachers’ house at, friar of, 548.

Roscomp. See Ruscombe.

Rosconell, Rosconille [Queen's County], 101.

Roscrea, Rosgre [King's County and co. Tip-perary], 486, 487.

Rose, Robert, citizen of London, 554.

-, -, -, Maud his wife, 554.

Rosea Vallis . See Monasterevin.

Rosedale, Rossedale [in Lastingham parish, co. York, N.R.], John Hogeson of, 124.

-, -, Joan his wife, 124.

Rosellis (Russell q.v.), Thomas, archdeacon of Kells with cure of the parish of Nobber, canon of Dublin, vicar of St. Peter's, Drogheda, 199–201, 205, 239, 240.

Rosellis , chapel de. See Chapel Russell.

Rosenallis, Rosfynglassy [Queen's County], 158.

Roserchain, Roserchan. See Rasharkin.

Rosfynnglassy. See Rosenallis.

Rosglas. See Monasterevin.

Rosgre. See Roscrea.

Rosrehil alias Rosrayl, Rostehil [i.e. ap- parently Toberogan in Kilcullen parish, co. Kildare], 130.

Ross [co. Cork], bishop of, papal manda-tary, 157, 432.

-, - See Macelchade.

-, precentor of, papal mandatary, 50.

-, canons of. See Odonnamayn; Ohual-lachayn.

Ross [co. Galway], 108.

Ross [Scotland], Alexander, bishop of, 288.

-, Griffin, bishop of. See Yonge.

-, John, bishop of. See Bullock.

-, canons of. See Croyser, Grenlaw; Tunnok.

- See Isles and Ross.

Rossedale. See Rosedale.

Rosserchan. See Rasharkin.

Rosslyn, William, donsel, 341.

-, -, Margaret his wife, 341.

Rossye. See Rassay.

Rostehil. See Rosrehil.

Rostinot, Malcolm de, an Augustinian canon, 64.

Roston, William de, sacrist of Dunfermline, 290.

Rothen. See Ruthven.

Rothewoll', John, rector of St. Mildred's Poultry, London, 448.

Rothfen. See Ruthven.

Rothomago, John de, a benefactor of St. Mary's abbey, Dublin, 130.

Rouen [Seine-Inférieure, France], archbishop of, 468.

-, -, papal mandatary, 132.

-, John, archbishop of. See Cardinal priests (St. Laurence's in Lucina).

-, dean of, papal mandatary, 398.

-, official of, papal mandatary, 272.

-, canons of. See Barberii; Kirketon; Stopyndon.

-, Benedictine abbey of St. Ouen, abbot John and the convent of, 298.

Rougemont, Theobald de, archbishop of Besançon, 33 note.

Rouland, Roger, rector of St. Christopher's, London, 331.

Routes, Roites [Seine-Inférieure, France], 398.

Row, Richard, clerk, 254.

Roxburgh, Roxbuich, Old Roxburg [co. Rox-burgh], chaplainey in the parish church of St. James, 455, 456, 466.

-, vicarage of, 247.

Rud, Thomas, deacon, 551.

Rudby in Cleveland, Rudby [co. York, N.R.], 459.

Ruffelli, Elias, chaplain in the cathedral and the parish church of St. Eulalie, Bordeaux, and in the parish churches of Saint-Médard-en-Jalle and Saint-Émilion, afterwards a canon of Bordeaux, 295, 296.

Rupe , abbey de. See Roche.

Ruppescissa, John de. See Cardinal priests (St. Laurence's in Lucina).

Ruscombe, Roscomp [co. Berks], prebend in Salisbury, 198.

Russell, Russel, Russell', Andrew, clerk, notary, 349.

-, Peter, minister of the Friars Minors of the English province, 179.

-, Philip, vicar of Kilcornan, 491.

-, Thomas, vicar of Croagh, 509.

-, William, a Friar Minor, 17.

-, alias Everdon, John, rector of Worp-lesdon, 429.

- See also Rosellis.

Russellis, Philip, nobleman, 338.

-, -, his wife, 338.

Rust, John, priest, 414.

Ruthin, Rythyn [co. Denbigh], 545.

Ruthven, Rothen, Rothfen [co. Banff], hos-pital of, 241, 242, 258, 425.

Ryall, Edmund, canon of Hereford, vicar-general of the bishop, 119.

Rycdymer, William, a Friar Preacher, 514.

Ryder, John. See Rider.

Ryduyn. See Fiddown.

Rye [co. Sussex], hospital of St. Bartholomew, master of. See Chace.

Ryhale, Thomas de, subdeacon, 322, 326.

Rykil, William, 331.

-, -, Katherine his wife, 331.

- See Ricall.

Ryley, William, rector of Bladon, afterwards of Hemingford Abbots, 142, 333, 340.

Rynbera, diocese of Ardfert, 351.

Ryndduyn. See Rindown.

Ryngwode. See Ringwood.

Rypon. See Ripon.

Ryprose, Robert, priest, 421.

Rysseby, John, vicar of Holbeach, All Saints, 435.

Rysshbery, John, an Augustinian friar, bishop elect of Emly, 287.

Ryssheton, Nicholas, clerk, notary, 412.

Rythyn. See Ruthin.