Index of Persons and Places
W, Y, Z

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'Index of Persons and Places: W, Y, Z', Calendar of Papal Registers Relating to Great Britain and Ireland, Volume 7: 1417-1431 (1906), pp. 697-705. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=104397 Date accessed: 23 October 2014.


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Wacturacht. See Oughteragh.

Waddam, William, esquire, 317, 318.

-, -, Margaret his wife, 317, 318.

Waddon. See Moreton and Whaddon.

Wadehyrst. See Wadhurst.

Wadeloue, John, 378.

-, -, William his son, 378.

-, -, -, Alice his wife, 378.

Wadhurst, Wadehyrst [co. Sussex], 463.

Waghen alias Wawne [co. York, E.R.], 501.

Wainfleet, Waynfleet [co. Lincoln], 196.

Wakering, John, bishop of Norwich, 476.

Walberswick, Walberswyk [co. Suffolk], chapel of St. Andrew, 261, 262.

Walche, Henry and John. See Walsche.

Waldegrave. See Walgrave.

Walden, John, 333.

-, -, Idonia his relict, damsel, 333.

-, Thomas, provincial of the Carmelites, 182.

- See Wolden.

Waldingfield, Great, Waldingfelde Magna [co. Suffolk], Peter Creck of, priest, 313.

Waler, John, esquire, 557.

-, -, Maud his wife, 557.

- See Valler.

Walgrave, Valdegrave, Waldegrave [co. North-ants], 391.

Walle, Walter de, vicar of Kildimo in the diocese of Limerick, 518.

- See Galle.

Walling, Master John, papal chaplain and auditor, 511.

Wallingford, Wallyngford [co. Berks], Bene-dictine priory, prior of, papal manda-tary, 515.

Walpool, John, clerk, notary, 216.

Walrh. See Waltham.

Walsche, Walche, Henry, canon of Cloyne, 51.

-, John, canon of Cloyne, rector of Kirg (q.v.), 51, 442, 443, 479.

- See also Bernach; Valensis; Valentis.

Walsham, Margaret, of London, 308.

Walsingham [co. Norfolk], Augustinian priory of St. Mary, canon of, 536.

Waltam. See Waltham.

Walter, Thomas, donsel, 336.

Walteri, Watson, James, archdeacon of Teviot-dale, canon of Glasgow, vicar of Innerleithen, 66, 67, 73, 93, 99, 139, 511.

Waltham, Henry, 552.

-, -, Agnes his wife, 552.

-, William, rector of Somersham in the diocese of Lincoln, 71.

-, William, clerk, member of the house-hold of the abbot of St. Augustine's, Canterbury, 233.

Waltham, Walrh, Waltam [co. Essex], Bene-dictine (rectius Augustinian) abbey, abbot of, faculty to, 530.

-, -, -, papal mandatary, 232, 546.

-, -, William, abbot of, 232.

-, -, - See also Hertford.

-in Lindsey, Waltham, Waltham in Lyndesay, Waltham All Saints [co. Lyndesay, Waltham All Saints [co. Lincoln], 315, 319, 384, 386.

-, Cold, Saltham [co. Sussex], a prebend in Chichester, 379.

-, Bishops, Suth Waltham [co. South-ants], 221.

Walton. See Bridgwalton.

Walton le Soken. See Consumpta-per-Mare.

Wanlokborn. See Wenlocks Barnes.

Warboys, Wardeboys [co. Hunt.], 278.

Warcham, Edmund, clerk, notary, 107.

Warcham. See Warham.

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

Wardeboys. See Warboys.

Wardell, William, vicar of Holy Trinity, Berwick upon Tweed, 351.

Wardi, John, 430.

-, -, Isabel his wife, 430.

Wardlaw, Henry, bishop of St. Andrews, 104, 151, 170, 189, 195, 214, 234, 238, 290, 294, 346, 355, 360, 369, 454, 455.

- Wardlau, Patrick de, vicar of Wardlaw, chaplain of Alexander, earl of Mar, 250, 251.

Wardlaw, Wardlau [in Kirkhill parish, co. Inverness], 250, 251.

Ware, Henry, bishop of Chichester, 42, 191.

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

- See Waryn.

-, Laurence, baron of Stockport, 333.

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

-, William, of Salisbury, donsel, 332.

-, -, -, Maud his wife, 332.

- See Wareyn; Waryn.

Wareyn, Richard, clerk, 171.

- See Waren; Waryn.

Warham, Warcham [co. Norfolk], parish church of All Saints, 203, 278.

- See Warcham.

Warnford, Warnefford’ [co. Southants], 393.

Warre, Thomas, rector of Staple Fitzpaine and chaplain of Allerton Chapel, both in the diocese of Bath and Wells, 524.

-, Thomas la, Thomas le, rector of Manchester, 475.

Warsop, Warsope [co. Notts], 224, 230.

Wartbi, Robert, canon of Lincoln, rector of Toft next Newton, 284.

Warthyll, John, clerk, 137.

Wartre, Nicholas, a Friar Minor, bishop of Dromore, 132.

Waryn, John, canon of Exeter, vicar of Lis-keard, afterwards rector of Cardinham and of Parkham, 433.

-, John, citizen of London, 323.

-, Peter, priest, 326.

- See Waren; Wareyn.

Wassyngham, Thomas, citizen of London, 447.

-, -, -, Margaret his wife, 447.

Waterden, Maurice, rector of Eastington, 549, 551, 554.

Waterford [co. Waterford], dean of. See Rede; Fleming.

-, precentor of, papal mandatary, 90.

-, - See Forstall'.

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

-, see of. See Lismore and Waterford.

Watford, John, an Augustinian canon, 318.

Watirspon, Patrick. See Wyrdirsponne.

Watlington, John, sacrist, afterwards prior, of Westacre, 516.

Watson, James, archdeacon of Teviotdale. See Wateri.

Wattenhul, Nicholas, rector of Ardnurcher, 484.

Watter, Thomas, of England, donsel, 312.

Wattonis, Thomas, B.C.L., 469.

Wauer, William, donsel, 307.

Wauton, Thomas, knight, 324.

-, -, Maud his wife, 324.

Wawne alias Waghen [co. York, E.R.], 501.

Waynfleet. See Wainfleet.

Webbe, Ralph, vicar of St. Martin's in the Fields, London, 238, 282, 283.

Webber, Henry, priest, 533.

Wedale, Robert de, a Cistercian monk, 561.

Welby, Richard, 326.

- -, his wife, 326.

Welesborne, Robert, clerk, notary, 55.

Welifed', Voluet, Richard, rector of Castle-comer, vicar of Danesfort, 351.

Welles, Henry, clerk, notary, of the diocese of Salisbury, 206.

-, John, an Augustinian canon 531.

-, John, citizen of London, 419, 434.

- - Alice his wife, 419, 434.

- See Wellis; Wellys.

Wellestorp, Henry, priest, 315.

Wellis, Henry, archdeacon of Lincoln, 211.

-, Ralph, clerk, 362.

-, Welleys, Robert, minister of the Friars Minors of the English province. 179.

- See Welles; Wellys.

Wells [co. Somerset], bishop of. See Bath and Wells.

-, dean of, 82.

- -, papal mandatary, 100, 435, 498, 499.

-, - See Pempel; Medford; Staf-ford.

-, dean and chapter of, letters conserva-tory for, 20.

-, subdean of. See Whyte.

-, archdeacon of, faculties to, 206, 543.

-, -, papal mandatary, 260.

-, chancellor of. See Bubbewyth.

-, canons of. See Bathe; Bubbewyth Burton; Derby; Frome; Lyndewode; Medford; Penwortham; Sleo; Stafford; Steur.

-chapter of. election to the deanery by the, 230, 231.

-, chapter etc. of, papal letters to, 408.

-, cathedral church, statutes of, 230, 231.

- -vicar in the. See Burgh.

-, hospital-priory of St. John Baptist, prior of. faculty to, 216.

Wellys, Hugh de, rector of Durris. 151.

-, Robert, clerk, notary, 427.

- See Welles; Wellis.

Welton, Robert, donsel, 329, 333.

- -, Margery his wife, damsel, 329, 333.

Welton Ryval, Welton Rivall’ [in Welton parish, co. Lincoln], prebend in Lin-coln, 279.

Wemyss, Wemys [co. Fife], 381.

Wendeslay Thomas, knight, 519.

-, -, John his son, clerk, 519.

Wenge, John, priest, 303.

Wenlocks Barnes, Wanlokborn [in the parish of St Giles's Cripplegate, London], prebend in London, 140.

Were, Wer, John, canon of Glasgow and rector of Forteviot and of Lyne, afterwards chancellor of Glasgow, 101, 114, 115, 173, 294, 378.

Werkworth, John clerk, 504.

Werstone, Hugh, clerk, notary, 55.

West, John, 329.

-, -, Amice his wife, 329.

- John, clerk, notary, 543.

- Maud, 521.

-, Richard, brewer, citizen of London, 449.

Westacre, John de, prior and sacrist of West-acre, 516.

Westacre [co. Norfolk], Augustinian priory of St. Mary and All Saints, prior of, papal mandatary, 146.

-, -, - See Watlington; Westacre, John de.

-, -, sacrist of. See Watlington; Westacre, John de.

-, -, canon of, 516.

Westbury [co. Gloucester], 122.

-on Trym, Westbury [co. Gloucester], collegiate church of Holy Trinity, dean of. See Powle.

Westclyve by Dover. See Cliffe.

Westerham [co. Kent], 454.

- See Edenbridge.

Westerkele. See Keal. West.

Westgate, William, a Benedictine monk, 340.

Westminster, Benedictine abbey of St. Peter, abbot of, papal mandatary, 26, 60, 79, 121, 145, 198, 232, 233, 435, 436, 462, 464.

-, -, Richard, abbot of. See Harwden.

-, -, William, abbot of. See Col-chester.

-, -, abbot and convent of, 41, 42, 48.

-, -, prior of. See Whatle.

-, -convent of, election by, 191.

-, -, -, papal letters to, 191.

-, -, monks of, 191, 329, 330, 332.

Westmoreland, Joan, countess of, 220.

Weston, Henry, a Benedictine monk, chaplain of queen Joan, 127.

-, John, donsel, 549.

-, -, Alice his wife, damsel, 549.

-, Robert, 154.

-, -, Ellen Robynson his wife, 154.

-, William, an Augustinian canon, 301.

Weston Colville, Weston Colvyle [co. Cam-bridge], parish church of St. Mary, 65.

Westwell [co. Kent], 454.

Wete, Thomas, 430.

-, -, Emma his wife, 430.

Wethen, Nicholas, vicar of Stithians, 217.

Wetherarde, Thomas, 124.

-, -, Joan his daughter, 124.

Whaddon. See Moreton and Whaddon.

- See also Snelshall.

Whaplode, Quaplode [co. Lincoln], Thomas Saundresson of, 327.

-, -, Joan his wife, 327.

Whatcroft, John, donsel, 319, 322.

-, -, Mary his wife, 319, 322.

Whatele, John, of London, layman, 563.

- See Whatle.

Whathamstede. See Wheathampstead.

Whatle, Robert, prior of Westminster, 333.

- See Whatele.

Wheathampstead, Whathamstede [co. Herts], 41.

Wheelock, Quiclache [co. Chester], John Damport of, layman, 14.

Wheery, Fuygre [King's County], 455.

Whelpdale, Roger, rector of Burghclere, after-wards bishop of Carlisle, 157.

Whiston, Thomas, rector of Ackworth, 140.

Whit Staunton. See White Staunton.

Whitburn, Whitborne [co. Durham], 143.

Whitby, Whytby [co. York, N.R.], John Stevinson of, priest, 430.

White Staunton, Whit Staunton [co. Somerset], 389.

White. See Albus.

Whitechapel. See London (parish churches).

Whitegreve, Thomas, donsel, 304.

-, -, Ankeret his wife, 304.

Whiteherne, Candida Casa [co. Wigtown], bishop of papal mandatary, 22, 291, 564.

-, Alexander, bishop of. See Vaus.

-, Thomas, bishop of, 287.

-, archdeacon of, papal mandatary, 495, 496.

-, - See Gray; Hamylton.

-, archdeaconry of, 297.

-, Premonstratensian priory (cathedral), prior and chapter of, 526.

-, -, capitular mensa of, appropria-tion to, 526.

Whitgift, Wihtgift [co. York, W.R.], 57.

Whitty, Robert, bishop, sometime precentor, of Ferns, 45, 90.

Whiteparish, Album monasterium [co. Wilts], 211.

Whittington, Whydyngen [co. Salop], Richard Hankeford of, donsel, 315.

-, -, Elizabeth his wife, 315.

Whittlesford Bridge, Witlesfordebrigge, Wytelesfordebrygge [in Duxford parish, co. Cambridge], chapel of, 42, 471.

Whitymer, John, priest, 412.

Whroxale. See Wroxall.

Whydyngen. See Whittington.

Whytby. See Whitby.

Whyte, William subdean of Wells, 55.

-, William, priest, of the diocese of Exeter, 550.

- See Wythe.

- See also Albus.

Whytechapelle. See London (parish churches).

Whyter, William, of Great Horkesley, 551.

-, -, -, Maud his wife, 551.

Whyth, Thomas. See Wythe.

Whythede, John, canon of Dublin, 239.

- William, layman, 71.

Whytseyde, Thomas, priest, 434.

Whyttechirch', William, vicar of St. Mary's, Sandwich, 336.

Wickham, Bishops, Wikham [co. Essex], 85, 86.

Wickhambreux, Wykham [co. Kent], 222.

Wickleff, John. See Wycliffe.

Wicklow, Wikinlof, Killmantan [co. Wicklow], 130.

-, vicarage of St. Patrick's, 186.

Wiclef, Wicleff, John. See Wycliffe.

Wiggenhall, St. Germans, Wyghenhale [co. Norfolk], 384.

- See Crabhouse.

- See also Wygenhale; Wygnale.

Wigmore, Wyggemore, Wygmore [co. Here-ford], Augustinian abbey of St. James, of the order of St. Victor, canons of, 290, 332.

Wigron. See Wigtown.

Wigston Magna, Wyggeston alias Wykyngges-ton [co. Leicester], 54.

Wigtoft, Wycthost, Wygtoft [co. Lincoln], Richard Allathe of, donsel, 415.

-, -, Isabel his wife, 415.

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

Wigtown, Wigron [co. Wigtown], 143.

Wihtgift. See Whitgift.

Wikham. See Wickham.

Wikinlof. See Wicklow.

Wilby, Willeby [co. Northants], 544, 545.

Wildland, Wildeland [in Tillingham parish, co. Essex], prebend in London, 45, 50.

Wileson, Joan, of Bradford, 520.

Wilhelmi, John, clerk, of the diocese of St. Davids, 460.

- See William.

W[i]llealmus, layman, 413.

Willeby. See Wilby.

Willesthorpe, Henry, rector of Brafferton, chaplain of William, bishop of Carlisle, 276, 277.

William I, king of Scots, 144.

William, John son of, de Exonia, rector and vicar of Athleacayn (q.v.), 105, 110.

- See Wilhelmi.

Willy, John, citizen of London, 308.

-, -, -, Agnes his wife, 308.

Wilton, Wylton [co. Wilts], Benedictine nuns’ abbey, Cecily, abbess of, 306.

-, -, secular canon of. See Conge.

-, in the diocese of York, Alice Henrison of, 520.

- See Wylton.

Wilts, archdeacon of. See Gaunstede.

-, - See also Winchester.

Wincestre, John, chancellor of Dunkeld, vicar of Alyth, secretary of James I, 467.

Winchcomb, Wynchecombe [co. Gloucester], Benedictine abbey, abbot of. See Bradeley.

-, -, monks of, 302, 322.

Winchester [co. Southants], bishop of, faculty for, 14, 15.

-, -, papal mandatary, 20–22, 79, 145, 152, 158, 161, 171, 172, 191, 198, 216–218, 231, 249, 254, 255, 280, 374.

- - See Beaufort.

-, archdeacon of, papal mandatary, 208.

-, - See also Wilts.

-, official of, papal mandatary, 508.

-, Benedictine abbey of St. Peter, Hyde by, Nicholas, abbot of. See Strode.

-, -, abbot and convent of, 492, 512, 513.

-, -, -, patronage of, 513.

-, -, -, appropriation to, 512, 513.

-, St. Mary's college, warden of. See Thurbarn.

-, mayor and aldermen of, 23.

- See Wincestre.

Windsor, Vindefore, Wyndsore [co. Berks], chapel royal, canons of. See Kirketon; Marcheford.

- See Wyndesore.

Winfrith Newburgh, Wynfred’ [co. Dorset], 198.

Wingham, Wingam, Wyngeham, Wyngham [co. Kent], collegiate church of St. Mary, provost of. See Asscheton.

-, -, canons of. See Kemp; Molle.

Winthorpe, Wynthorp [co. Notts], 476.

Wisbech, SS. Peter and Paul, Wissebech [co. Cambridge], 462.

Witchingham, Little, Wychyngam [co. Nor-folk], John Berneye of, donsel, 553.

-, -, -, his wife, noblewoman, 553.

Withe, Hugh. See Wythe.

Witheridge, St. John Baptist, Wytherygge [co. Devon], 512.

Withern, St. Margaret, Witthrum [co. Lin-coln], 436.

Witlesfordebrigge. See Whittlesford Bridge.

Witney, Witteney [co. Oxford], 56.

Wittersham, Wittrisham [co. Kent], 403.

Witthrum. See Withern.

Wittrisham. See Wittersham.

Wivelsfield, Wywilisfeld [co. Sussex], chapel united to Ditchling, 445, 446.

Wodburn. See Woodburn.

Wode, John, priest, 552.

-, Martin de, 449.

-, -, Cristiana his wife, 449.

-, Thomas atte, priest, 421.

Wodeburne, John, donsel, 413.

Wodebury. See Woodbury.

Wodecote and Horton. See Woodcote and Horton.

Wodeford, Robert, vicar of Melksham, 414.

Wodemancote, Wodemoncote. See Wood-mancote.

Woderof, Oliver, donsel, 342.

-, -, Alice his wife, 342.

Woderoue, John, priest, 327.

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

Wodhallis, Richard, of York, 326.

-, -, Elizabeth his wife, 326.

Wodington. See Wooton.

Wodnysbergh, John, a Benedictine monk, 318.

Woent, Richard, rector of Ringrone, 383.

Wogan, Elizabeth, damsel, 221.

-, Richard, rector of Narberth, 366.

-, Thomas, canon of Ferns, papal man-datary, 482.

Wolden, Robert, canon of York, 316.

- See Walden.

Wolfe, Robert, a Benedictine monk, 339.

Wolman [alias Harpley], Ralph, rector of Burnham Thorpe, 535.

Wolseleye, Geoffrey de, clerk, 83.

Wolston, William, 417.

- -, Margaret his wife, 417.

Wolveden, Robert. See Wulveden.

Woodburn, Uytburn, Wodburn [co. Antrin], Premonstratensian abbey of St. Mary, abbot of, papal mandatary, 462.

-, -, appropriation to, 273.

- See Wodeburne.

Woodbury, Wodebury [co. Devon], 123.

Woodcote and Horton, Wodecote and Horton [a township in the parish of St. Chad, Shrewsbury], prebend in St. Chad's, Shrewsbury, 471.

Woodmancote, Wodemancote, Wodemoncote [co. Sussex], 534, 548, 553.

Wooton, Wodington [Isle of Wight], 567.

- See Woton; Wotton.

Wootton Fitzpaine, Wotton Fytzpeyn [co. Dorset], 316.

Worcester [co. Worcester], bishop of, papal mandatary, 22, 157, 280, 283, 284, 288, 345, 471, 528.

-, Philip, bishop of. See Morgan.

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

-, archdeacon of. See Ixworth.

- Benedictine cathedral church, prior of, faculty for, 216.

-, parish church of St. Swithun, 445.

-, John Philip, citizen of, 450.

-, -, Joan his wife, 450.

Worfield, Worfeld [co. Salop], 207.

Workeman, William, canon of Salisbury, 275.

Wormegay, Wormyngey [co. Norfolk], Augus-tinian priory, canon of, 549.

Wormenhale, Thomas, canon of Salisbury, 55.

Worms [Hesse], collegiate church of St. Ciriac, Neuhausen, Nuhusen, without the walls of, provost of. See Susato.

Wormsley, Wormysley [co. Hereford] Augus-tinian priory, prior of, papal man-datary, 122.

Wormyngey. See Wormegay.

Wormysley. See Wormsley.

Worplesdon [co. Surrey], 429.

Worthen, John, rector of St. Breock, 533.

Wothina. See Abington.

Woton, Isabel, 449.

Wotton, Adam, 219, 220.

- -, Joan his wife, 219, 220.

-, Thomas, vicar of Ogbourne St. George, 273.

Wotton Fytzpeyn. See Wootton Fitzpaine.

Wotvrlamand. See Holycross.

Wrangle, Wrangyll, Richard, priest, 413, 420.

Wreak, Wrethek, river. See Kirby Bellars.

Wrgonia, John de, a Dublin landholder, 130.

Wright, Wricht, John, of Kirkby in Kendal, i.e. Kendal, deacon, dispensed to hold Kendal hospital, 499.

-, Robert, priest, notary, of the diocese of York, 348.

- See Wryght.

Wroxall, Whroxale [co. Warwick], Benedic-tine priory, nun of, 374.

Wrri, Walter. See Urry.

Wruston, Geoffrey, priest, 536.

Wryght, Elena, 87.

-, Wryht, Joan, 389.

-, Robert, alias Heslarton, vicar of Oakiagton in the diocese of Ely, 544.

-, William, nobleman, 310.

- See Wright.

Würzburg [Bavaria], bishop of, 32, 36.

-, -, Benedictine abbey of St. James, Thomas, abbot of, 452.

Wulf, Richard, rector of Peakirk, 127, 128.

Wulveden, Wolveden, Robert, dean of Lich-field, 519, 520, 531.

Wyche or Wythe, John, prior of Llanthony Secunda, 430, 434.

Wychegrom, Richard, rector of Poynings, 552.

Wychyngam. See Witchingham.

Wycliffe, Wiclef, Wicleff, Wickleff, Wycleff, John, condemnation of the works of, 21, 22.

-, -, mandate for the exhumation of the body of, 23.

Wycthost. See Wigtoft.

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

- See Wygnale.

Wyggemore. See Wigmore.

Wyggeston alias Wykynggeston. See Wigston Magna.

Wyghenhale. See Wiggenhall.

Wyghtman, John, rector of Musgrave, vicar of Bromfield, 216, 224, 325.

Wygmore. See Wigmore.

Wygnale, Joan, prioress of Crabhouse, 419.

- See Wygenhale.

Wygtoft. See Wigtoft.

Wykham. See Wickhambreux.

Wykynggeston alias Wyggeston. See Wigston Magna.

Wylbeye, John, master of the college of Met-tingham, 319.

Wylling, John, an Augustinian canon, 422.

Wylton, John, a Benedictine monk, 329.

Wylton. See Wilton.

Wymbyssch, Nicholas, canon of Chichester, rector of Hanslope, warden of the hos-pital of St. Leonard, East Stoke, 379.

Wymondham, Wymundham [co. Norfolk], Benedictine priory, afterwards abbey, monk of, 311.

Wynchecombe. See Winchcomb.

Wyndell, Robert, a Friar Minor, bishop elect of Emly, 287.

Wyndesore, Simon, a Benedictine monk, 308.

Wyndsore. See Windsor.

Wynforde, John, rector of Hawkchurch, 317.

Wynfred’. See Winfrith Newburgh.

Wyngeham, Wyngham. See Wingham.

Wynk, Adam, 378.

-, -, Alice his daughter, 379.

Wynselade, William, prior of St. Guthlac's, Hereford, 368.

Wynterbourne, John, claustral prior of Cerne, 301.

Wynthorp. See Winthorpe.

Wynton, Wynton, Peter, clerk, 225.

-, William, rector of Crosby Garrett, 220.

Wyrdirsponne, Watirspon, Patrick, prior of St. Mary's Isle, canon and afterwards abbot of Holyrood, 291, 346, 368, 454, 455.

Wyse, John, priest. chaplain of Crofton (q.v.), 225, 226.

-, John, donsel, 322.

Wysse, Stephen. priest, 432.

Wysshe, Thomas, 431.

-, -, Margaret his wife, 431.

Wytelesfordebrygge. See Whittlesford Bridge.

Wythe, Withe, Hugh, citizen of London, 308, 309.

- or Wyche, John, prior of Llanthony Secunda, 430, 434.

-, Fyt, Maurice, rector of Annagh, 47.

-, Whyth, Thomas, citizen of London, 308, 316.

-, -, -, Joan his wife, 308, 316.

- See Whyte.

Wytherygge. See Witheridge.

Wythey, Walter, layman, 563.

Wyttenham, Lettice, prioress of Sopwell, 308.

Wywilisfeld. See Wivelsfield.

Y

Y, abbey of St. Columba's de. See Iona.

Yaega, William. See Oaega.

Yalding, Ealdyng [co. Kent], 218.

Yarandale, John, donsel, 562.

-, -, Anestasia his wife, 562.

Yatesbury [co. Wilts], prebend in Salisbury, 176.

Yaxham [co. Norfolk], 567.

Ybary, David. See Obary.

Yblayd. See Clonlea.

Ybrodair, Alan. See Obrodair.

Ycearnaig, John. See Ocearnaig.

Ychannichy, Charles. See Ohamuthy.

Ychonolayn, Odo. See Oconallayn.

Yclinnan, Patrick. See Oclinnan.

Ycolla, Bernard and Thomas. See Ocolla.

Yconallan, Thomas. See Oconalan.

Yconayr, Yconayt, Ymarus. See Oconayr.

Yconcobayr, Joan ingen. See Oconcobayr.

Yconcobeir, Mor inge. See Oconcobeir.

Yconcouayr, Dermit. See Oconcouayr.

Ydompnyall, Cornelius Macmcamnan. See Odomhnaille.

Yduyd, Charles. See Oduynd (?).

Yegnihd, Denis. See Oegnihd.

Yelvertoft [co. Northants], 153, 501, 502.

Yerburgh, Richard, donsel, 420.

-, -, Joan his wife, 420.

Yfergail, Carbricus, Malachy and Richard. See O'Farrell.

Yfflannagan, Bernard. See Oflannagan.

Ygamnan, Murianus. See Ogamnan.

Yhagra, Thady. See Ohagra.

Yhalluacayn, Regnaldus. See Ohulluacayn.

Yhamgyn, Donatus. See Ohamgayn.

Yhanlli, William. See Ohanly.

Yheadgra, Donatus and Rory. See Oheadgra.

Yheny, Cornelius. See Oheny.

Yheolayn, Gilbert. See Oheolayn.

Yhogan, Odo. See Ohogan.

Yhollywayn, Joan daughter of. See Oholly-wayn.

Yhomochayn, Nellanus. See Ohomochayn.

Yhullebayn, Catherine, Cornelius and Gilbert. See Ohullebayn.

Yhuoallachayn, Robert and Maurice. See Ohollachayn.

Yhyquiga, Gillasius alias Gillibertus. See Ohyquiga.

Ykahil, Maurice. See Okathyl.

Ykathasayd, John. See Okathasayd.

Ykatyl, Gillabertus. See Okathyl.

Ykeallay, Malachy. See O'Kelly.

Ykearwill, Marianus. See Okearwill.

Ykennedich, Cornelius. See Okennedich.

Ykynean, John. See Okynean.

Yladeayn, Yldean, Thomas. See Oladeayn.

Ylathartaid, Matthew. See Olathartaid.

Yle, Donald de, lord of the Isles, 223.

Ylean, Gilbert. See Olean.

Yllacyd. See Clonlea.

Ymadagayn, Donatus. See Omadagayn.

Ymadeyn, Malachy. See Omadeyn.

Ymaelluyn, John. See Omaelluyn.

Ymaelmothlaid', Maurice. See Omaelmoth-laid'.

YMeachayr, Ciban ingen. See Omeachayr.

Ymecayr, Cornelius. See Omeachayr.

Ymleachysseal, Ymleachysseall i.e. Imleach Iseal, now Castletown townland in Easky parish, co. Sligo, 118, 485.

Ymolbardan, William. See Omolbardan.

Ymolmochory, Gelasius. See Omolmochory.

Ymuneachayn, Thady. See Omuneachayn.

Ymycherayn, Nemeas. See Omycherayn.

Ynisgad. See Canon Island.

Ynyscronane, Ynyscronayn. See Inniscronane.

Ynys Keptyny. See Askeaton.

Ynysmagysanith, Ynysmagysanyth. See Inish-macsaint.

Yoghwl. See Youghal.

Yolonyrgayn, Roderick. See Olonirgayn.

Yonge. Griffin, bishop successively of [Bangor], Ross in Scotland, and Hippo, papal nuncio to Scotland, commendatary of the priories of Aubigny and Landos in France, 6, 7, 19, 119, 288, 374.

-, Richard, bishop of Rochester, 133.

-, William, archdeacon of Meath, 83.

- See Jong; Young.

- See also Juvenis.

York, Joan, duchess of, 336–338.

-, -, papal mandatary, 17, 22, 87, 116, 124, 126, 127, 154, 157, 211, 218, 499–501, 520, 521, 527, 529.

-, Henry, archbishop of. See Bowet.

-, John, archbishop of. See Kempe.

-, Richard, archbishop elect of. See Fleming.

-, Thurstan, Turstinus, archbishop of, 564.

-, Walter, archbishop of. See Gray.

-, dean of, faculty to, 347.

-, -, papal mandatary, 435.

-, -, See Polton.

-, William, dean of. See Grey.

-, dean and chapter of, 526.

-, treasurer of, papal mandatary, 65.

-precentor of, faculty to, 348.

-, -, papal mandatary, 217, 480, 501.

-, chancellor of. See Rickinghalle.

-, canons of. See Alnewick; Appulton; Beck; Bowet; FitzHugh; Forster; Gaunstede; Grey; Holme; Kirketon; Neville; Parkour; Polton; Pylton; Selow; Toueton; Wolden.

-, chapter of, consent of to an appro-priation, 374.

-, -, consent of to ordinances etc., 500, 564.

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

-, cathedral church of St. Peter, indul-gence for the, 529.

-, -, parson in the, 334, 338.

-, -, prebend in the, granted to the cathedral church of Carlisle, 564.

-, -, St. Michael's altar in the, 500, 501.

-, -, statutes of the, 17, 18.

-, advocate of the court of, 544.

-, Benedictine abbey of St. Mary, abbot of, faculty to, 348.

-, -, -, papal mandatary, 57, 65, 68, 74, 116, 121, 122, 217, 259.

-, -, the late Thomas, abbot of. See Stayngreve.

-, -, Thomas, abbot of. See Spofford.

-, -, abbot and convent of, appro-priations to, 374, 411.

-, -, -, grant to, 410, 411.

- -, monk of, 431.

-, Benedictine priory of Holy Trinity, abbot and convent of, 198, 199.

-, Benedictine nuns’ priory of St. Clem-ent or Clementhorpe, Clementthorp, without the walls of, 470.

-, -, chapel of St. Mary the Virgin by, 470.

-, Augustinian hospital of St. Leonard, master of. See Ravenser; FitzHugh.

-, hospital of St. Thomas the Martyr without, 316.

-, archiepiscopal mensa of, 526.

-, parish church of All Saints, North Street, All Saints in North Strete, 469.

-, parish church of St. Denys in Walm-gate, 142, 473.

-, parish church of St. Martin in Coney Street, St. Martin in Conygstreet, 429.

-, Robert Crosseland of, priest, 316.

-, John Esyngwald of, donsel, 316.

-, -, his wife, 316.

-, Richard Wodhallis of, 326.

-, -, Elizabeth his wife, 326.

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

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

-, -, Robert his father, 380.

-, John Jonson, citizen of, 322.

-, resort of pilgrims to, 473.

-, Eboracen. 503 note.

- See Fulford.

Youghal, Yoghwl [co. Cork], 150.

Young, Juvenis, Patrick, rector of Penningham, 297.

-, William, rector of Finhaven, 240.

- See Jong; Yonge.

- See also Juvenis.

Yruogyn, Cornelius. See Oruogyn.

Ysac, Thomas, lieutenant of the castle of Calais, 451.

-, -, his wife, 451.

Ysham, John, a Benedictine monk, 340.

Yslam, William, citizen of Norwich, 450.

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

Yuari, Duncan, 313.

-, -, Cristina his daughter, 313.

Ywardby, John and Catherine his wife. See Iwardby.

Z

Zefrey, Ralph, priest, 537.

-, See also Geffrey.