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'Index of Persons and Places: S', Calendar of Papal Registers Relating to Great Britain and Ireland, Volume 7: 1417-1431 (1906), pp. 682-692. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=104395 Date accessed: 24 November 2014.


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Sacrum Nemus , abbey of. See Holywood.

Saddell, Sagadale [co. Argyll], Cistercian abbey of St. Mary, abbot of, papal man-datary, 268.

Sadyngton, John, rector of Waltham in Lind-sey, 380.

Saegyrkyerayn. See Seirkieran.

Saeys, Philip, Augustinian canon of Fertagh, afterwards of St. Mary's, Clonfert, 181.

Sagadale. See Saddell.

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

Saham Toney, Saham [co. Norfolk], 506.

Saighir. See Seirkieran.

St. Agatha's. See Easby.

St. Albans [co. Herts], Benedictine abbey, abbot of, papal mandatary, 21.

- - - See Heiworth.

- -, monks of, 1, 20, 306–309, 316–318, 340, 342.

St. Albyn, Sir Guy. See Oxford.

St. Andrews [co. Fife], bishop of, papal mandatary, 170, 176, 197, 221, 250, 262, 291, 292, 465, 473, 474, 513, 527.

- -patronage of, 101, 104, 105, 149, 173, 175, 239, 251, 269, 292, 344, 345, 354, 370–372, 377, 378, 404, 437.

-, -, rights of in respect of the blessing of abbots, 259, 472.

-, bishop and chapter of, patronage of, 67, 138, 140, 358, 361.

-, Henry, bishop of. See Wardlaw.

-, archdeacon of, papal mandatary, 118.

-provost of. papal mandatary, 105.

-, official of, papal mandatary, 102, 151, 242, 290, 292, 293, 296, 458.

- - See Cameron.

-, Augustinian priory, prior of, papal mandatary, 125.

- - See Biset; Haldenston.

- -, prior and chapter of, patron-age of, 101, 104, 105, 149, 173, 175, 239, 251, 269, 292, 344, 345, 354, 370–372, 377, 378, 404, 437.

-, -, canons of, 63, 288, 292, 370.

- -, - See Lawedre.

- -, chapter of, patronage of, 358, 361.

-, university of, 102, 195.

-, -, proposed transfer of to Perth, 440, 441.

Saint-Antoine [Isére, France], Augustinian abbey, 373, 374.

- -, dependent house of. See London, hospitals (St. Anthony's).

St. Asaph [co. Flint], bishop of, faculty to, 412.

-, -, papal mandatary, 22, 117, 118, 208.

-, Robert, bishop of. See Lancaster.

-, dean of. See Leyot.

-, archdeacon of. See Trevor.

-, official of, papal mandatary, 496.

-, canons of. See Bloduell'; Clerck alias Smyth; Pellichon; Spechell'.

-, cathedral church of, destruction and repair of, 117, 177, 363, 466.

-, William Specheli’ of, canon of St. Asaph, 496.

St. Bean in Upper Lorn alias Kilmor. See Kilmore.

St. Blazey [co. Cornwall], 319.

St. Botolph, St. Botulph, prebend of in Lin-coln. See Lincoln.

St. Breock, Powton alias Nansynt [co. Corn-wall], 533.

St. Bride in Lorn, parish church of. See Kil-bride.

Saint-Brieuc [Côtes-du-Nord, France], bishop of, papal mandatary, 370, 458.

St. Bridget's, diocese of Kilmore, vicarage of, 244.

St. Buryan. See St. Silvanus.

St. Cainnech, St. Kannicius. See Drumachose.

Saint-Claude [Jura, France], Benedictine abbey of St. Oyan or Oyand de Joux (S. Eugendi Jurensis), abbot of, papal mandatary, 359, 375.

-, -, Francis, abbot of. See Meez.

St. Colm, abbey of. See Inchcolm.

St. Columba's priory in the diocese of Sodor See Oransay.

S. Columba de Emonia , S. Columba de Insula, abbey of. See Inchcolm.

St. Columba, parish church of. See Kilcolm-kill.

St. Davids [co. Pembroke], bishop of, papal mandatary, 22, 48, 107, 392, 468.

-, Benedict, bishop of. See Nicolls.

-, Stephen, bishop of. See Patryngton.

-, dean of, papal mandatary, 460.

-archdeacon of, papal mandatary, 107, 463.

-, - See Pencrych.

-, canons of. See Brincke alias Dobe-ler; Chichele; Heron; Hyot; Neu- port; Nicol; Sparwe alias Herbard.

-, Hospitallers’ house in the diocese of. See Slebech.

St. Decuman's [co. Somerset], prebend in Wells, 140.

St. Denis [Seine, France], Benedictine abbey, 126.

St. Denys, Augustinian priory of. See South-ampton.

St. Dominick [co. Cornwall], 315.

St. Edmunds, Bury. See Bury St. Edmunds.

Saint-Émilion [Gironde, France], church of St. Émilion, 295, 344, 467.

St. Felicitas. See Phillack.

St. Finan's in the diocese of Argyll. See Kilfinan.

St. Germans [co. Cornwall], Augustinian priory, canon of, 557.

St. Gunleus, vicarage of. See Newport.

St. Hyerlatheus (St. Jarlath), parish church of the Relics of, alias Tempullnascriny. See Templenascreen.

St. Ives [co. Hunt.], 87.

St. John the Evangelist, abbey of, in the diocese of Tuam. See Tuam.

St. John's [co. Roscommon]. See Rindown.

St. John's town. See Perth.

St. Kannicius. See St. Cainnech.

St. Keranus, parish church of. See Kilkieran.

St. Laurence, chapel of, in the diocese of Rochester, 281, 286.

St. Leger, Thomas. See Saynt Legger.

St. Leger, diocese of Lincoln, chapel of, 87.

St. Machar, Sanctus Manchorius [co. Aber-deen], parish church of, 371.

Saint-Maxent [Deux-Sèvres, France], Benedic-tine abbey, abbot of, papal mandatary, 73, 93, 99.

St. Malla. See St. Maul's.

St. Martin, Lancarthyn [co. Salop], parish church of St. Martin, 362.

St. Mary Magdalen, chapel of, in the diocese of Down. See Ringreagh.

-, hospital of. See Reading.

St. Mary's Isle alias Trail, St. Mary de Trahile, Insula Beate Marie [in Kirkcudbright parish, co. Kircudbright], Augustinian priory dependent on Holyrood abbey, Patrick, prior of, afterwards abbot of Holyrood. See Wyrdirsponne.

-, -, Henry, prior of. See Driden.

St. Maul's, St. Malla [co. Kilkenny], prebend in Ossory, 284.

Saint-Médard-en-Jalle [dép. Gironde, arr. Bordeaux], church of, 295.

St. Michael's Mount, Sancti Michaelis de Rupe [at Ballinskelligs in prior parish, co. Kerry], Augustinian priory, prior of, papal mandatary, 104, 128.

St. Munchin's [alias Killonahan, co. Clare], prebend in Limerick, 518, 541, 542.

St. Nicholas, parish church of, in the diocese of Waterford. See Kill St. Nicholas.

St. Oswald, monastery of. See Nostel.

St. Osyth [co. Essex], Augustinian abbey, canon of, 341.

St. Oyan, St. Oyand, S. Eugendus, de Joux. See Saint-Claude.

Saint-Pierre-de-l'Ile [en Médoc, dep. Charente- Inférieure], Augustinian abbey, abbot of, papal mandatary, 295.

Saint-Pol-de-Léon [Finistère, France], bishop of, papal mandatary, 371, 372, 399.

St. Probus. See Probus.

Saint Quintyne, Alice, prioress of Stainfield, 307.

- See Sancto Quintino.

St. Ronan de Land. See Lann Ronain.

St. Rynwyn. See Kenwyn.

St. Scothinus, parish church of, in the deanery of Elwell, Eluel, diocese of St. Davids, 392.

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

St. Silvanus, parish church of in Cornwall (? the same as the chapel of St. Silvanus in St. Buryan parish), 179.

St. Stedian's. See Stithians.

Saint-Sulpice [near Rennes, dep. Ille-et- Vilaine, France], Benedictine abbey, Guillemeta, abbess of. See Taillis.

St. Taurin, abbey of. See Évreux.

St. Teath, Sancta Cheta, Sancta Techa, Sancta Tecla [co. Cornwall], collegiate church, canons or portionaries of. See Staf-ford; Thoralby.

-, parish church of, 463.

St. Thomas the Martyr, chapel of, in the diocese of Glasgow. See Glasgow.

Saint-Vandrille [Seine-Inférieure, France], Benedictine abbey, John, abbot of. See Bouquetot.

-, -, Nicholas, abbot of. See Lovier.

-, -, abbot commendatary of. See Bayeux.

St. Winnow, St. Wynnocus [co. Cornwall], 207.

Saints Island, Insula Omnium Sanctorum [in Cashel parish, co. Longford], Augus-tinian priory of St. Mary, prior of, papal mandatary, 244, 488, 489.

-, -, - See Macongolan; O'Farrell.

-, -, prior and convent of, 391.

-, -, canons of, 391, 410.

Salerno [Campania, Italy], prince of. See Colonna.

Salisbury [co. Wilts], earl of. See Monte-acuto.

-, Maud [Francis], countess of, 320.

-, bishop of, faculty for, 215, 412.

-, -, papal mandatary, 20, 22, 56, 217, 249, 373, 394, 395.

-, - See Sydenham.

-, John, bishop of. See Chaundeler.

-, Robert, bishop of. See Hallum; Neville.

-, dean of, faculties to, 147, 412, 427.

-, -, See Chaundeler; Sydenham.

-, archdeacon of, papal mandatary, 272.

-, - See Alnewick; Stafford.

-, precentor of. See Prentys.

-, chancellor of. See Chichele; Fiton.

-, canons of. See Bekynton; Brown alias Cordon; Brymisgrove; Dyneley; Fiton; Harburgh; Lyndewode; Medford; Prentys; Sparwe alias Herbard; Stafford; Workeman; Wormenhale.

-, chapter of, 81.

-, chapter, clergy etc, of, papal letters to, 494.

-, cathedral church, vicar in. See Dygon.

-, -, prebend of Major Pars Altaris in, 521.

-, collegiate church of St. Edmund, provost of. See Conge.

-, Use of, 384, 386, 527.

-, Richard Gage, citizen of, 534.

-, -, - Helen his wife, 534.

-, John Tulke of, priest, 534.

-, William Waren of, donsel, 332.

- -, Maud his wife, 332.

Sallay, Sallods, Sallow. See Sawley.

Salmon, John, bishop of Norwich, 566.

Salop, archdeacon of. See Neuton.

Saltere, John, priest, 536.

Saltewode. See Saltwood.

Saltham. See Cold Waltham.

Saltmarsh, Saltmersshe [co. York, E R.], prebend in Howden, 380.

Saltwood, Saltewode [co. Kent], 210, 211.

Salutiis, Amedeus de. See Cardinal deacons (S. Maria Nova).

Salvan, Salvayn, John, knight, 562.

-, Roger, knight, 335.

-, -, Maud his wife, 335.

Sameria . See Assaroe.

Sampson, John, chantry priest in St. Mary's, Southwell, 545.

-, Walter, vicar of Haxey, 72.

Sancta Cheta , Sancta Techa. See St. Teath.

Sancti Botulfy , villa. See Boston.

Sancti Michaelis de Rupe , priory. See St. Michael's Mount.

Sancti Scothini , parish church in the deanery of Elwell, Eluel, in the diocese of St. David's, 392.

Sancto Jacobo. Gerald de, canon of Killaloe and Limerick, chaplain of Chapel Russell, 540.

Sancto Leodegario alias Saynt Legger, Thomas, canon of Dublin, 71, 72.

Sancto Quintino, Anthony de, rector of Horn-sea, 374, 411.

- See Saint Quintyne.

Sanctus Manchorius . See St. Machar.

Sandewycy. See Sandwich.

Sandown, hospital of [in Esher parish, co. Surrey], master of. See Clerk alias Grigge.

Sandwich, Sandewyey, Sandwye [co. Kent], Carmelite house, friar of, 182.

-, -, prior and friars of, 182.

-, poor hospital of St. Bartholomew, 178.

-, parish church of St. Mary, 336.

-, Henry Cok of, 535.

-, -, Joan his wife, 535.

Sandyrs, John, rector of Westbury, 122.

Sanford, John, a Benedictine monk, 548.

Santiago di Compostela [Galicia, Spain], vows of pilgrimage to, 3, 13, 385, 386, 527.

Santry, Santref [co. Dublin], church of, a possession of St. Mary's abbey, Dublin, 130.

Saresson, Paresson, alias Wygenhale, John, rector of Yaxham, 567.

Saret alias Warde, Thomasina, Thomasia Sarot alias Diarde, an Augustinian num, 68, 492.

Sarger, John, warden of St. Mary's, Ottery, 300.

Saundresson, Thomas, of Whaplode, 327.

-, -, -, Joan his wife, 327.

Saunstede, Simon. See Gaunstede.

Sauton, Thomas, donsel, 551.

-, -, Margara his wife, 551.

Savage, Isabel, 365.

Sawer, William, clerk, 420.

Sawley, Sallods, Sallow [co. Derby and Leices-ter], prebend in Lichfield, 199, 568.

-, Sallay [co. York, W.R.], Cistercian abbey of St. Mary, monk of, 419.

Sawtry, Sawtre [co. Hunt.], Cistercian abbey, abbot of, papal mandatary, 71.

Saxton, John, rector of Netteswell in the diocese of London, 49, 50.

-, -, rector of St. Botolph's, Bishopsgate, London, 432.

Say, William, donsel, 419.

Saylyngham, John, priest, 415.

Saynt Legger alias de Sancto Leodegario, Thomas, canon of Dublin, 71, 72.

Sayrquerayn. See Seirkieran.

Scairfelde, William, donsel, 336.

- -, his wife, 336.

Scalby, William, donsel, 316.

-, -, Cecily his wife, 316.

Scales, Thomas, baron, 451.

-, -, Emma his wife, 451.

Scargyll, John, donsel, 431.

-, Thomas, donsel, 431.

Scarlet, Thomas, nobleman, 417.

Scartho, Scarthoue [co. Lincoln], 413.

Scattery Island, Hynyskathyd, Inyskathay, Inyskathayg, Inyskathays, Inyskaythayg [in Kilrush parish, co. Clare], collegiate church of St. Senan, warden of. See Maickeheachayn; Okynnelyg; Omu-lumne.

-, -, prior of. See Ohogonan; Okeyt.

-, -, portionaries of, 100, 110, 111, 358.

-, -, - See also O'Kelly (Laurence); Olongscyg.

- See Inniscattery.

Scerar, Alexander, to be rector of Durris, 151.

Schaffhausen [Switzerland], 132.

Schakersdale, Catherine, 392.

Schapuwyke, John, donsel, 537.

-, -, Sibyl his wife, 537.

Scharington, Thomas, priest, 429.

Scharpe, John, donsel, 551.

-, -, his wife, damsel, 551.

Schawe, John, of Oxford, 305.

-, -, Agnes his wife, 305.

Schefelde, Robert, 304.

-, -, Margaret his wife, 304.

Schelton, Peter, rector of St. Mary's in the Marsh, Norwich, and of Tuddenham, 361.

Schenes, John, John de, canon of Aberdeen and Glasgow, rector of Arbuthnott, 102.

-, -, canon of Moray, papal man-datary, 114.

Schepeye, John, dean of Lincoln, 65.

Scherefeld, Richard, donsel, 416.

-, -, Elizabeth his wife, 416.

Scherston. See Sherston Magna.

Scherston Pynkenay. See Sherston Pinkney.

Scheth’ (Schute in Le Neve, Fasti), John, arch-deacon of Exeter, 338.

Schipman, William, vicar of St. Laurence's, Bradfield, 342, 343.

Schorn, Robert, a Benedictine monk, 430.

Schreburne, Richard, esquire, 330.

-, -, Agnes his wife, 330.

Schriggeley, Geoffrey, master of the hospital of Burton Lazars, 182.

Schulton. See Scoulton.

Schute, John. See Scheth'.

Schuthak. See Southwick.

Schypton Moigne. See Shipton Moyne.

Schyrington, Schyrryngton. See Sherington.

Schyrwode, Richard, a Cistercian monk, 419.

Schyryngton. See Sherington.

Scondund, Nicholas. See Staunton.

Scone [co. Perth], Augustinian abbey, abbot of, papal mandatary, 102, 292, 370, 371, 405.

-, -, Adam, abbot of, 21.

-, -, abbot and convent of, letters conservatory for, 21.

-, -, -, patronage of, 136.

- -, canon of, 291, 292.

Scornaco, Egidius de. See Escornaix.

Scot, John, clerk, notary, 90.

-, John, layman, 254.

- See Albanach; Stot.

Scoulton, Schulton [co. Norfolk], 279.

Scrayingham, Scrayngham [co. York, E.R.], 121, 122.

Scribanis, John de, procurator of the pope's treasury and of the court of the papal camera, 10, 17.

- See Scrivan'.

Scrinium , Scrinnum. See Skreen.

Scrivan', Thomas, clerk, 124.

- See Scribanis.

Scrop, Scrop', Isabel le, 283.

-, William le, prebendary at St. Michael's altar in Beverley, 431.

Scruton, Scurieton’ [co. York, N.R.], 348.

Scrymegeour, Skirmegeour, James, dean of Aberdeen, canon of Glasgow, ambassa-dor of Charles VII to Martin V, rector of Dunnottar and of St. Columba's Glassary, 266, 371, 372, 404.

Scurieton’. See Scruton.

Scurlag, Thomas, prior of St. Peter's, Newton by Trim, 481.

-, William, abbot of St. Mary's, Trim, 192–194, 313.

Scypden, See Shipden.

Seanguala. See Shanagolden.

Seasalter, Sesaltre [co. Kent], 454.

Seaton, Seton [co. Haddington], 298, 360.

- See Seton.

Segeford, Agnes, 449.

Seirkieran, Saegyrkyerayn, Saighir, Sayr-querayn, de Sygro [King's County], Augustinian priory, prior of, papal mandatary, 141, 174, 398, 486.

Selborne, John, rector of Bluntisham, 463.

Selby, John, the elder, citizen of London, 317.

-, -, -, Agnes his wife, 317.

-, William, donsel, 305.

Selby [co. York, W.R.], Benedictine abbey of St. German's, abbot and convent of, 57.

Selkirk [co. Selkirk], parish church of Selkirk Regis, Selkyrke Regis at, 251.

Sellyng', Richard, donsel, 305.

Selman, Nicholas, prior of Plympton, 422.

Selow, Selowe, John, canon of York, 430, 449.

-, See Sleo.

Semer, Robert, archpriest of St. Martin's in Coney Street, York, 429.

-, -, rector of St. Michael's altar in York cathedral church, 500, 501.

- See Somer.

Sempringham, Sempingham, Sempyngham, Simpingham [co. Lincoln] order of St. Gilbert of. See Gilbertine in I.S.

-, -, John, master of, 418.

Sendelyen. See Endellion.

Seocest, William, priest, 57.

Seperton. See Shepperton.

Sepinand alias Maleaclid, Thomas, vicar of Carbury, 489.

Sergeaux, Alice. See Oxford.

Serle, John, priest, 550.

Sesaltre. See Seasalter.

Sessa [Campania, Italy], bishop of, papal mandatary, 75, 76, 92, 97, 100, 105, 106, 108–110, 112, 114, 129, 131.

Seton, William de, priest, 248.

Seton. See Seaton.

Sewale, Simon, citizen of London, 323.

-, -, -, Alice his wife, 323.

Seygnour, John, priest, 420.

Seyntlow, John, 417.

-, -, Alice his wife, 417.

Seyser, John, 299.

-, -, Elizabeth his wife, 299.

Sfethirressow. See Fetteresso.

Shaftesbury [co. Dorset], Benedictine nuns’ abbey, secular canon of. See Coudray.

-, parish church of St. John Baptist, 334.

Shanagolden, Seanguala [co. Limerick], 402.

Shanaway [a townland in Kilnaughtin parish, co. Kerry]. See Tarmon.

Shap, Hepp alias Schapp [co. Westmoreland], Premonstratensian abbey, canon of, 312.

Shelford, Shelforde [co. Notts], Augustinian priory, canon of, 200.

Shepperton, Seperton [co. Middlesex], 204.

Sherborne, Chireburne [co. Dorset], parish church of, 280.

Sherington, Schyrington, Schyrryngton, Schy-ryngton [co. Bucks], 46, 120, 169.

Sherston Magna, Scherston [co. Wilts], parish church of, 386, 387.

Sherston Pinkney, Scherston Pynkenay [co. Wilts], chapel in the parish of, 387.

Sheryng, John, donsel, 336.

-, -, Amy his wife, 336.

Shipden, Scypden [near Cromer, co. Norfolk], Nicholas Hemmyng, townsman of, 303.

-, -, -, Agnes his wife, 303.

Shipton Moyne, Schypton Moigne [co. Glouces-ter], 363.

Shoreham, Shorham [co. Kent], 198.

Shorwell, de Schorwellis, de Scorwelis, de Scorwellis [co. Southants], 155, 566, 567.

Shrewsbury [co. Salop], Benedictine abbey of St. Winifred, abbot of, papal manda-tary, 208.

-, collegiate church of St. Chad, canon of. See Holborne.

-, battle of, 252.

- See Battlefield.

- See also Woodcote and Horton.

Shute, John. See Scheth'.

Sibson alias Sibstone, Sybbesdon [co. Leices-ter], 79.

Sibton, Cybiton, Sybeton [co. Suffolk], Cis-tercian abbey of St. Mary the Virgin, abbot of, papal mandatary, 261, 262, 504.

-, -, - See Aldeby.

Siena [Tuscany], bishop of, papal mandatary, 228.

-, Council of. See Pavia.

Sigismund, king of the Romans and of Hun-gary, 5, 100.

-, -, member of the household of. See Beck.

Sikehouse. See Fishlake.

Silk, Sylk, William, canon of Cashel, Dublin and Ossory, rector of Ardmulchan, vicar of Delvin, chaplain of Carrick, 71, 72, 507.

Simpingham. See Sempringham.

Sitton, John, a Benedictine monk, 430.

Skeffyngton, John, clerk, notary, 348.

Skelton [co. Cumberland], 525.

Skirmegeour, James. See Scrymegeour.

Skreen, Scrinium, Scrinnum [co. Meath], parish church of St. Columba, 130, 131.

-, chapel of St. Nicholas in the castle of, 131.

- [co. Sligo]. See Cuil Cnamha.

Skyppyng', Ekyppyng', Thomas, priest, 561.

Slains. See Forvie.

Slane [co. Meath], 95.

Slebech [co. Pembroke], Hospitallers’ priory, prior and brethren of, patronage of, 460.

-, parish of, 115, 116.

Slebloga. See Sliabh Lugha.

Sleford, Alice, 447.

Sleo. Robert, canon of Wells, 55.

- See Selow.

Sleygh, Sleyghe, William, rector of Wood-mancote, 534, 548, 553.

Sliabh Lugha, Slebloga [the part of the barony of Costello which is in the diocese of Achonry], 271.

Sligo, Minbrisg, Sligrach, alias inter duos pontes, sive de Castro Sligeuc, hospital and chapel of SS. Mary the Virgin and John Baptist, 545, 546.

-, rectory of, 545.

-vicarage of, 547.

Slimbridge, Slymbrygg', Slymbrygge [co. Gloucester], 480, 531.

Smerden, Robert, a Benedictine monk, 416.

Smerit alias Overforth, William, clerk, notary, 348.

Smitfeldi, St. Bartholomew's. See London (hospitals).

Smith, John and Thomas. See Smyth.

Smithfelde, West, St. Bartholomew's. See London (religious houses).

Smyth, John, rector of Stratford in the diocese of Norwich, 302.

-, John I, priest, of the diocese of Nor-wich, 505, 550.

-, Smyt, John II, priest, of the diocese of Norwich, 550.

-, Smith, John, of Osmondiston in the diocese of Norwich, priest, 300, 312.

-, John, clerk, notary, of the diocese of Norwich, 206.

-, John, clerk, notary, of the diocese of St. Asaph, 412.

-, John, of Emneth, priest, of the diocese of Ely, 314.

-, John, layman, 71.

- Smythe, Richard, precentor of Ossory, canon of Dublin and Ferns, vicar of Knockmark, 172, 489.

-, Robert, of Baumber, 341.

-, -, Joan his wife, 341.

-, Thomas, priest, 318.

-, Smith, Thomas, layman, 528.

-, -, Maud his future wife, 528.

-, William, of the diocese of York, layman, 521.

-, -, Alice his first wife, 521.

-, -, Maud his second wife, 521.

-, -, of Chatteris in the diocese of Lincoln, layman, 71.

-, alias Clerc, Nicholas, canon of St. Asaph, 496.

Smythfeld', Smythfelde, West, St. Bartholo-mew's. See London (religious houses).

Snape, John, 310.

-, -, Agnes his wife, 310.

Snell, Thomas, bishop of Lismore, after-wards of Ossory, sometime archdeacon of Glendalough, 98.

Snellis, John, archdeacon of London, 20.

Snelshall, Snellehale alias Snellishale [in Whaddon parish, co. Bucks], Benedic-tine priory, monk of, 182.

Sodor, bishop of, papal mandatary, 151, 406.

-, -, patronage of, 461, 462.

-, Angus, bishop elect of. See Insulis.

-, Michael, bishop of. See Anchire.

-, Richard, bishop of. See Messing.

-, archdeacon of, papal mandatary, 406, 457, 458.

-official of, papal mandatary, 457, 458.

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

-, see of, 389 note.

-, -, voidance of, 472.

Soest, Susatien. [Westphalia], collegiate church of St. Patroclus, 15.

- See Susato.

Solaco , priory de. See Soulac.

Somayster, John, rector of Thurlestone, 217.

Somer, Roger, vicar of Llanrian, 463.

- See Semer.

Someresham. See Somersham.

Somcrey, John, priest, 245.

Somersham, Someresham [co. Hunt.], 71.

Somerton, St. James, Somerton [co. Oxford], 531.

Soone, John, priest, 306.

Sope, John, 395.

-, -, Sarah his relict, 395.

Soper, William, mayor of Southampton, 337.

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

Sopwell, Soppewelle [near St. Albans, co. Herts], Benedictine nuns’ priory, Let-tice, prioress of. See Wyttenham.

-, -, nun of, 309.

Sora [Campania, Italy]. See Surronensis.

Sorbie. See Cruggleton.

Sorra [Sardinia]. See Surronensis.

Sotrere, Simon, Benedictine, papal chaplain, 1, 20.

Sottewell alias Mordon, Thomas, rector of Marnhull, 223.

Soulac, de Solaco [dep. Gironde, arr. Lesparre, France], Benedictine priory of St. Mary, Bernard, prior of. See Planche.

Sounde, William, a Cluniac monk, 413.

Southack. See Southwick.

Southacre [co. Norfolk], 536.

Southak. See Southwick.

Southampton, Hampton, Suthampton [co. Southants], Augustinian priory of St. Denys by, canon of, 182.

-, Friars Minors’ house at, 409, 410.

-parish church of St. Mary, 409.

-, mayor of. See Soper.

-, William Chamburleyn of, 303.

-, - Margery his wife, 303.

-, - See also Chamburlayn.

-, Thomas Midelton of, 342.

-, -, Margaret his wife, 342.

Southdean, Goudon, Sowdon [co. Roxburgh], 351, 466, 467.

Southend. See Kilcolmkill.

Southwark, Southwek, Suthwerk [co. Surrey], Augustinian priory of St. Mary Overy, Overe, prior of, papal mandatary, 462.

-, hospital of St. Thomas the Martyr, master of. See Clerk alias Grigge; Rede.

Southwell, Suthwel, Sowthwel [co. Notts], collegiate church of St. Mary, canon of. See Forest.

-, -, chantry priests in. 364, 365, 545, 569.

-, -, vicars choral in, 545.

-, -, altar of St. Mary Magdalen in, 545.

Southwick, St. Mary the Virgin, Southwyk [co. Northants], 572.

-, Schuthak, Southack, Southak, Suthak [in Colvend parish, co. Kirkcudbright], 136, 247, 258, 356, 444.

Souwyn, John, priest, 551.

Sowdon. See Southdean.

Sowereby, Thomas, rector of Market Overton, 443.

Sowtham, Richard, donsel, 315.

-, -, Elizabeth his wife, damsel, 315.

Sowthwel. See Southwell.

Spalding, Spaldung, Patrick, Patrick de, dean and canon of Aberdeen, canon of Bre-chin, papal referendary, 242, 243, 296, 297, 404, 443.

Sparham [co. Norfolk], 118, 119.

Sparhawk, William, donsel, 337.

-, -, Isabel his wife, 337.

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

- See Sperwe.

Spayn, Robert, citizen of London, 340.

-, -, -, Alice his wife, 340.

Spschell', William, of St. Asaph, canon of St. Asaph, 496.

Spence, Richard de, a Benedictine monk, 449.

Spert, Thomas, official of Bath and Wells, 55.

Sperwe, William, priest, 549.

- See Sparwe.

Spineto, John de, precentor and canon of Moray, writer of letters of the papal penitentiary, 92, 93.

Spofford, Thomas, abbot of St. Mary's, York, English envoy at the Council of Con-stance, papal nuncio to England, afterwards bishop elect of Rochester, afterwards bishop of Hereford, 4, 5, 58, 59, 64, 126, 161, 172, 192, 214, 215, 449, 471.

Spoleto [Tuscany, Italy], bishop of, papal mandatary, 89, 100, 157.

-, James, bishop of, papal mandatary. See Camplo.

Sponne, William de, rector of Sibson alias Sibstone, 79.

Spryngald, Spryngald', Margaret, widow, 419.

-, Richard, priest, 415.

Spynk, Thomas, priest, 535.

Spyser alias Hondeston, Joan, of Chester, 219, 220.

Squier, William, donsel, 533.

-, -, Joan his wife, 533.

Stackpole Elidor, Stacpoll’ [co. Pembroke], lord of. See Vernon.

Stafford, Edmund, bishop of Exeter, 44.

-, John, dean of Wells, archdeacon of Salisbury, dean of St. Martin's-le-Grand, London, canon of Chichester, Exeter, Salisbury, South Malling and Wells, portionary of St. Tecla's, rector of Clif-ton Campville, keeper of the secret seal and treasurer of Henry VI, afterwards bishop of Bath and Wells, 14, 252, 274, 393, 408.

-, -, dean of Ossory, 70.

Stafford [co. Stafford], archdeacon of. See Barton.

Staffyn, Thomas, dean of Leighlin, 88.

Stainfield, Staynefelde [co. Lincoln], Benedic-tine nuns’ priory, prioress of. See Saint Quintyne.

Stak, Maurice, canon of Ardfert, papal man-datary, 396, 490.

-, Stake, Philip, rector of Currans, Killa-han and Kylbertan, vicar of Rynbera, 351.

Stamford [co. Lincoln]. See Newstead.

Standun, Stouthun (rectius Stonthun), Maurice, vicar of Killadreenan, 235, 520.

-, -, Patrick his father, vicar of Killadreenan, 235.

-, Philip, vicar of Killadreenan, 520, 521.

- See Stanton; Staunton.

Stanelay, Thomas, a Benedictine monk, 431.

- See Stanley.

Stanewygge. See Stanwick.

Stanhous, John de, a Benedictine monk, 561.

Stanley, William, knight, 365.

-, -, Isabel his daughter, 365.

- See Stanelay.

Stanton, Stantoun, John, clerk, 165.

-, Walter, archdeacon, afterwards dean, of Ossory, 184.

- See Standun; Staunton.

Stanton [co. Suffolk], parish church of All Saints, 219.

Stanton, St. John, Stauntton St. John [co. Oxford], 276.

Stantoun, John. See Stanton.

Stanwick, Stanewygge [co. Northants], 278.

Stanyherste, John, archdeacon of Kells, with cure of the parish church of Nobber, 149.

Stanys, Nicholas, an Augustinian canon, 337.

Staple Fitzpaine, Stapule [co. Somerset], 524.

Staunton (as in Cal. Lett. VI.), Scondund, Nicholas, prior of Christ Church, Dub-lin, 510.

- See Standun; Stanton.

Staunton, White, Whit Staunton [co. Somer-set], 389.

Stauntton St. John. See Stanton, St. John.

Staveley, Thomas de, donsel, 379.

-, -, Margaret his relict, 379.

Stawelle, Thomas, knight, 309.

Staynefelde. See Stainfield.

Stayngreve, Thomas, abbot of St. Mary's, York, 58.

Stede, John, priest, 306, 309.

Steinby, John, of East or Market Rasen, 341.

-, - -, Joan his wife, 341.

Stele, John, vicar of Lintrathen, 239.

Stephani, Patrick, rector of Penicuik, after-wards vicar of Lasswade, 151.

-, Stephen, William, bishop of Orkney, afterwards bishop of Dunblane, some-time canon of Moray, with the rectories of Eassie and Gogar and the hospital of Ednam in commendam, 103, 118, 133, 252, 253.

-, -, -, papal mandatary, 148, 149.

Stephanus , papal register rubricated by, 476 note.

Stephen, William. See Stephani.

Steresacre, Richard, donsel, 532.

Steresman, Thomas, priest, 325.

Sterlyng, Richard, priest, 306.

Stertforde in Clay. See Sturton.

Stesdey, Robert, clerk, 273, 365.

Steuart, Alexander. See Stewart.

Steur [alias French], Nicholas, canon of Wells, rector of Bradwell, Holy Trinity, chaplain of Maperton, 220.

Stevenson, Stevinson, John, of Whitby, priest, 430.

-, John, layman, 71.

Stewart, Steuart, Stewarte, Stewort, Alexander, earl of Mar, 251, 318, 322, 465.

-, Alexander, donsel, of the diocese of Glasgow (possibly son of Murdach, duke of Albany), 221.

-, Alexander, of Darnley, donsel, of the diocese of Glasgow, 320.

-, Elizabeth, 564.

-, John, earl of Buchan, constable of France, 210, 258.

-, John, of Auchingowan, donsel (natural son of Robert III), of the diocese of Argyll, 259.

-, -, -, Margaret his daugh-ter, 259.

-, John, knight, lord of Darnley, of the diocese of Glasgow, 320.

-, - -, Elizabeth his wife, 320.

-, Marjory alias Marcellina. See Cam-bell.

-, Murdac, duke of Albany, governor (regent) of Scotland, 258, 355.

-, Robert, duke of Albany, governor (regent) of Scotland, 101, 118, 154, 156, 252, 342, 343.

-, -, -, daughter of. See Cambell (Duncan).

-, Robert, rector of Tarbolton, vicar of Dunlop. 210, 294, 295.

-, Thomas, layman, 564.

-, Walter, of Lennox, donsel, 176.

Steynton [co. Pembroke], 202.

Stikesweld. See Stixwould.

Stirling [co. Sterling], chapel royal of, canon of. See Bron.

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

Stisted, Stystede [co. Essex], 56.

Stithians, St. Stedian's [co. Cornwall], 217.

Stixwould, Stikesweld [co. Lincoln], Cistercian priory, prioress and convent of, 195, 196.

Stockbury St. Mary Magdalen, Stokburg [co. Kent], 537.

- See Stokbery.

Stockis, John, patron of Mitchelstown, 498.

Stockport, Stokport, Stopport [co. Chester], John Fiton, Fyton, rector of, 14, 85.

-, Robert Potter of, 14.

-, Laurence Waren, baron of, 333.

-, -, -, Margery his wife, 333.

Stockton, Stokton [co. Wilts], 226.

- See Stokton.

Stodeley. See Studley.

Stokbery, John, a Benedictine monk, 430.

Stokburg. See Stockbury.

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

Stoke [co. Suffolk], Benedictine priory, after-wards collegiate church of St. John Baptist, 156.

-, -, -, dean of. See Barnes-lay.

- -, -, canon of. See Barton.

-by Nayland, Stoke Neylond, Stoke Neylonde [co. Suffolk], Philip Mannok of, 300, 313.

-, -, -, Margery his wife, 300, 313.

-, East, Stoke, Stoke near Newerk [co. Notts], hospital of St. Leonard], 379.

- -, prebend in Lincoln, 286.

- Newington, Newynton [co. London and Middlesex], 116, 117.

-, diocese of Winchester, rectory of, 508.

Stokenham [co. Devon], 260.

Stokil, Thomas, layman, 433.

Stokker, John, 211.

-, -, Joan his wife, 211.

Stokport. See Stockport.

Stokton, John, an Augustinian canon, 453.

Stokton, in the diocese of Coventry and Lich-field, Agnes Reynaldi of, 211.

- See Stockton.

Stone St. Mary, Stone [co. Kent], 45, 46, 50, 121, 169.

Stonehouse [co. Gloucester], 549, 551, 554.

Stoney, Middleton. See Middleton Stoney.

Stoneykirk. See Clachshant.

Stonham, William, esquire, 335, 338.

-, -, Margaret his wife, 335, 338.

Stonmeysy. See Eaton, Castle alias Eaton Meysey.

Stonor, Thomas, 552.

-, -, Alice his wife, 552.

Stopport. See Stockport.

Stopyndon, Stopyngdon, John, canon of Évreux, Lisieux and Rouen, canon of Crediton, rector of Wickhambreux in the diocese of Canterbury, secretary of Henry V, 222.

-, -, canon of London, 429.

-, -, rector of Est Hobeth in the diocese of Salisbury, 328.

Storme, John, 311.

-, -, Rose his wife, 311.

Stortford, Bishop, Storteford [co. Herts], 86.

Stot, Robert, rector of Tinwald, 495.

- See Scot.

Stourton, John, donsel, 419.

- -, Margery his wife, 419.

Stouthun, Maurice and Patrick. See Standun.

Stow, Stowe [co. Lincoln], archdeacon of, papal mandatary, 72, 538.

Stowe, Richard, citizen of London, 562.

-, -, -, his wife, 562.

Stradbally. See Croscurnayn.

Stradeling, Stradelyng, Edward, knight, lord of two parts of Over Compton, 280, 300.

- -, -, Joan his wife, 300.

Stramyglo. See Strathmiglo.

Stratford, Robert, donsel, 335.

-, -, Catherine his wife, 335.

Stratford, Stratforde [co. Wilts], prebend in Salisbury, 260.

-, Stratforth [co. Suffolk], 302.

-on Avon Stratford, Stratford uppen Auen [co. Warwick], collegiate church, warden of. See Praty.

-, -, hospital of Holy Cross, 524.

Strath. See Cill Criosd.

Strathmiglo, Stramyglo [co. Fife], 102, 400.

Stratton, St. Mary, Lang Stretton [co. Nor-folk], 344.

Straunge, Thomas, nobleman, 314.

-, -, his wife, 314.

Strensall, Strensale [co. York, N.R.], prebend in York, 153.

Stretch, Joan, widow, 337.

Stretton in the Clay. See Sturton.

Stretton, Lang. See Stratton, St. Mary.

Střibro. See Mies.

Strickland, William, bishop of Carlisle, 157.

Strode, Henry, rector of Wootton Fitzpaine, 316.

-, Nicholas, abbot of Hyde by Winchester, 512, 513, 537, 555.

Strood, Strode [co. Kent], hospital of St. Mary of the New Work, 498.

Stub, John, 341.

- -, Avice his wife, 341.

Stubbe. Cristiana, widow, 549.

Stubcroft, John, vicar of Aylesford, 498.

Studley, Stodeley [co. York, W.R.], prebend in Ripon, 153.

Sturdy, Robert, priest, 421.

Sturgeon, Richard, esquire, 314.

Sturton, Stertforde in Clay, Stretton in the Clay [co. Notts], 100, 211, 212.

Stutard, Nicholas, an Augustinian canon, 195.

Stuuteney, John, a Benedictine monk, 420.

Styil, John, abbot of Moville, 158.

Stystede. See Stisted.

Sudbury, John, canon of London, 331.

-, -, rector of High Ham in the diocese of Bath and Wells, 46, 79.

Suetman, Maurice, archdeacon of Armagh, 559.

Sueynton', John, rector of Honiton, 209.

Suffolk, Michael, earl of. See Pole.

-, archdeacon of. See Frank.

Sulbarn, William, writer of papal letters, member of the pope's household, 17.

Sulbury, William, abbot of Beaulieu, 417, 418.

Sulby [co. Northants], Premonstratensian abbey of St. Mary, canon of, 334.

Sumbermere. See Combermere.

Sunham. See Dunham.

Surrey, archdeacon of. See Forest.

Surronensis (? Sora in Campania, Italy, or Sorra in Sardinia), bishop of, papal mandatary, 100.

Suryng, Henry, clerk, notary, 160.

Suryo , abbey de. See Inishlounaght.

Susato, Susaco, Conrad de provost of St. Ciriac's, Neuhausen, member of the pope's household, 5.

- See Soest.

Suth Waltham. See Waltham, Bishops.

Suthampton. See Southampton.

Suthwel. See Southwell.

Suthwerk. See Southwark.

Sutri [prov. Rome, Italy], 268.

Sutton, Hamond, donsel, 447, 448.

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

-, John, an Augustinian canon, 200.

-, John, vicar of Rathroe in the diocese of Ferns, 113.

-, John, clerk, notary, of the diocese of Exeter, 349.

-, John, donsel, 416.

- Richard, citizen of London, 421.

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

-, Robert, archdeacon of Kells, with cure of the parish of Nobber, canon of Dub-lin, rector of Slane, 71, 94, 95, 149, 199, 200, 239, 240.

-, Thomas, clerk, notary, 542.

-, William, vicar of All Saints, Kidder-minster, 450.

Sutton, diocese of Lichfield, 309.

- [co. Sussex], prebend in Chichester, 274.

-, St. James. Sutton in Holdernes [co. York, E.R.], chapel of St. James, 501.

-, Courtney, Sutton Courtenay [co. Berks], 249, 250.

-on Plym, Sutton by Plymouth [co. Devon], 364.

Swan, John, of Thorpe Parva, 300.

-, -, -, Margaret his wife, 300.

-, Thomas, clerk, 297.

Swansea, Sweynsey [co. Glamorgan], hospital of St. David, warden of. See Fayrwod; Gower.

Swanton, William, a Benedictine monk, 416.

Swaton, John de, alias Ulseby, of Langworth, chaplain of a chantry in Lincoln cathedral church, 565.

Swayne, Henry, vicar of Nassington, chaplain of Edmund Lacy, bishop of Exeter, 363.

-, John, archbishop of Armagh, some-time canon of Dublin and Ferns, 46, 50, 122, 157, 241, 286, 398, 497, 498, 503.

-, Margaret, 546.

Swerdes, de Swerdis. See Swords.

Swetmelk, John, layman, 71.

Sweynsey. See Swansea.

Swillington, Swylyngton [co. York, W.R.], 326.

Swinefleet, Swynfelt [co. York, W.R.], 57.

Swords, Swerdes, de Swerdis [co. Dublin], prebend in Dublin, 153, 157, 200, 205.

Swyft, John, canon of Dublin, 260.

Swylyngton. See Swillington.

Swynborn, John, esquire, 306.

-, -, Cecily his wife, 306.

Swynfelt. See Swinefleet.

Sybbesdon. See Sibson alias Sibstone.

Sybeton. See Sibton.

Sybille, Thomas, 331.

-, -, Margaret his wife, 331.

Sydenbergh, Jerome de, papal chaplain and auditor, 98.

Sydenham, Simon, dean of Salisbury, elected bishop by the chapter, 32.

Sygger, William, 340.

-, -, Maud his wife, 340.

Sygro , priory de. See Seirkieran.

Sylk, William. See Silk.

Symond, Fitzmondi, Fitzsmond, Fitz Symon, Symon, Symonis (FitzSimon), James, archdeacon of Glendalough, rector of Kildalkey, 98, 166, 194, 198, 205, 242.

-, Richard, vicar of Rathmolyon, 56.

-, William, rector of Bukinhill (q.v.) and Mursley, commissary etc. of the bishop of Lincoln in Oxfordshire and Bucks, chaplain of Humphrey, duke of Glou-cester, 280, 501.

Symondesburgh, John, treasurer of London, rector of Hawkchurch, 48.

Synclar, Henry, knight [earl of Orkney], 221.

-, -, Egidia his relict, 221.

Synston alias Baliregneansey. See Bally-rashane.

Syred, Robert, warden of the chantry of Holy Cross, Attleborough, 279.

Syrencestre, Thomas, a Benedictine monk, 302.

Sytton, John. See Fiton.

Syvy. See Fyvie.

Sywel, Richard, a Cluniac novice, afterwards a secular priest, 77, 78.