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Index of Persons and Places: B

Pages 551-559

Calendar of Papal Registers Relating To Great Britain and Ireland: Volume 4, 1362-1404. Originally published by His Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1902.

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Baben [hull?], John, canon, 385.

Babinglee, Babyngle, John de, canon of Lanchester, 72, 135.

-, John de, rector, 269.

Bach, Alexander, bishop of St. Asaph, 291, 481.

-, Llewelyn, priest, 387.

Bacheler, William, rector, papal chaplain, 292, 529.

Backer, William, Friar Preacher, 285.

Bacons, manor of [Dengey parish, co. Essex], 440.

Bacton, Beketon, Bakton [co. Norfolk], 456, 484.

Bacton, Walter, rector of Oundle, 164.

- See Baketon.

Badafol, Badefol, Seguin de, knight, 17.

Badajoz, bishop of, 529.

Baddesey, John, priest, 313.

Baddesley, Baldisle, Baldesle [co. Hants], 15.

-, preceptor of Hospitallers at. See Huillis.

Baignaux, Gunther de, bishop of Le Mans, 65.

Bakechild. See Bapchild.

Baketon, Roger de, 46.

-, Thomas, archdeacon of London, 506.

-, Bacton, Walter de, 57, 164.

Bakton. See Bacton.

Balasaco, Galhardus de, 211.

Baldeloc, John, layman, 220.

Baldock, Walter de, prior of Launde, 464, 523.

Balhelvy, Balhelwi. See Belhelvie.

Balli, John, monk, 454.

Ballingadd, Ballagaddy, Balegale [co. Limerick], 471, 476.

Ballinskelligs. See St. Michael's Mount.

Ballyna [curra]. See Middleton [co. Cork].

Balornock, Barnalark [Springburn parish, co. Lanark], prebend of Glasgow, 83.

Balsall, Bastal [co. Warwick], 15.

-, preceptor of. See Normantone.

Balscot, Alexander de, bishop of Meath, 348.

Balshale, alias Darker, William, Augustinian canon, 315.

Bampton, Rampton [co. Oxford], 224.

Banchory, Benchori [co. Aberdeen], prebend of, 226.

Banff, 34.

-, land of Gallowhill, Galchull in, 90.

Bangor, archdeacon of, 414.

-, bishop of, 349.

-, - See Ringstede, Castro, Gilbert Swafham.

-, canon of, 337, 414.

-, dean and archdeacon of, 337.

-, see of, 25.

- [co. Down], abbot of. See Kendy.

Bannebury, John, 529.

Bannyge, John, Augustinian canon, 283.

Bapchild, Bakechild [co. Kent], 397.

Bar, Alexander, bishop of Moray, 101.

Baramontius, of Marseilles, 10.

Barbalanche, Peter, donsel, 483.

-, -, Alice, his wife, 483.

Barber, John, archdeacon of Aberdeen, 254.

Barbur, John, layman, 35.

Barbyr, John, priest, 353.

Barde, Edmund, priest, 327.

Bardeney, Barnay [co. Lincoln], abbot of, 330, 424, 540.

Bardolf, William (lord) de, 127.

Bardsey, Enlly [co. Carnarvon], abbot o 414.

Baret, Barret, Andrew, canon, papal chaplain, and auditor, bishop of Llandaff, 335, 363, 364, 435, 446, 458, 469, 502, 539.

- David, chancellor of St. Davids, 45.

Barford, Berford [co. Warwick], 328.

Bari, archbishop of, 383, 385.

- See Urban VI.

Barking, Beyking [co. Suffolk], 63.

Barlings, Barlyng [co. Lincoln], abbot of, 428.

-, George, abbot of, 463.

Barmouth, Aberno [co. Merioneth], 363.

Barnack, Bernak [co. Northants], 389.

Barnalark. See Balornock.

Barneburgh, Roger de, 181.

Barnefader, William, papal notary, 319.

Barnes, Bernes [co. Surrey], 478.

Baruet, John, bishop of Worcester, bishop of Bath and Wells, bishop of Ely, treasurer of Edward III., archdeacon of London, 3, 5, 6, 18, 24, 26, 27, 57, 81, 87, 89, 94, 173, 181, 204, 505.

-, John de, 164, 169.

-, -, official of Canterbury, 352.

Barningham, Bernyngham, Little [co. Norfolk], 373.

Barnstaple [co. Devon], archdeacon of, 502.

Barnwell, Bernwell [co. Cambridge], prior of, 317, 319, 361, 448, 509, 527, 589.

Baronis, Guillermus, papal secretary, 104, 106, 108, 111, 114, 119, 122, 128, 131.

Baroun, John, 488.

-, -, Damia alias Cassandria his wife, 488.

Barow, John, Gilbertine canon, 296.

Barret, Thomas, bishop of Elphin, 246.

- See Baret.

Barri, Robert, layman, 81.

Barroso, Peter Gomez, bishop of Lisbon, nuncio of Urban V. to Edward III., 18, 19.

Barrow, Barow [co. Chester], 346, 417.

Barrowden, Berwedon, St. Peter's [co. Rutland], 39.

Bars. See Bays.

Barsham, John, priest, 485.

Barston, Berston [co. Warwick], 488.

Bartholi, Peter, merchant of Florence, 113.

Bartholomei, Barbara, 86.

-, Helen, 86.

-, Raynalducius, 86.

-, -, Lippa his wife 86.

Bartholomew, archbishop of Bari. See Urban VI.

Bartholomew [Richard de Barton [(?)], vicar of St. Giles, Cripplegate, London, 380.

Barthorpe. See Burthorpe.

Barton-Bendish, Berton Byundich [co. Norfolk], 291, 485, 492, 498, 528.

Barton-on-Humber [co. Lincoln], 329.

Barton, Richard de. See Bartholemew.

Bartone, Robert, monk, 523.

Barwe. See Barrow.

Barwell, Barewell [co. Leicester], 76, 78.

Baschi [Umbria], 268.

Basingwerk, Basyngwerk [co. Flint], monk of, 312.

Basle, bishop of. See Vienne, Cordemberghe.

Bassan [dep. Hrault], 249.

Basset, Joan, baroness, 490.

-, John, lord of Walyngton, 494.

-, -, Felicia his wife, 494.

-, John, priest, 485.

-, Ralph, knight of Sapcote, 38.

-, -, lord of Drayton, 27, 54.

Bassett [Ralph], lord de, 127.

Bassingburne, Humphrey de, knight, 519.

-, -, Mary relict of, 519.

Bastal. See Balsall.

Bastard, Robert, rector, 172.

Bate, Simon, canon of Wilton and Lincoln, 181.

Batelsham, John, Augustinian friar, 302.

Bateman, William, bishop of Norwich, 88.

Bath and Wells, bishop of, 336, 381, 540.

- See Barnet; Harewell.

-, diocese of, 103.

Bath, bishop, prior and chapter of, 335.

Bathe, William de, rector, 172.

Battle [co. Sussex], abbot of. See Bello; Offynton.

-, monk of, 68.

Baty, William, 85.

Baud. See Bawdsey.

Baudeloo, Bodelo, abbot of. See Ghent.

Baunton, Walter de, 58.

Bawdsey, or Bawdeswell [co. Suffolk or Norfolk], 323.

Bayle, John, 484.

-, -, Alice his wife, 484.

Bayonne, 114, 372.

Bays, Bars, Robert, vicar of Yeovil, 181, 212, 213, 216.

Bazas [Gironde], bishop of. See Heremo.

Bear. See Bere.

Barn, land of, 165.

Beaucaire, seneschal of, 127.

Beauchamp, Bellocampo, John de, knight (of Powick), envoy of Prince Edward to Urban V., 3, 31, 36.

-, -, Elizabeth his wife, 31, 36.

-, John de, scholar, 40.

-, Philip de, 5, 59.

-, -, archdeacon of Exeter, 80.

-, Thomas de I., earl of Warwick, 2, 5, 9, 10, 19, 39.

-, Thomas de II., earl of Warwick, 100, 126, 127, 132.

-, William de, knight, 136.

Beauchampe, John, donsel, 482.

-, -, Margery his wife, 482.

Beaufort-en-Valle, Belloforti [Maine et Loire], William Roger II., count of, father of Gregory XI., 14, 15.

-, -, Roger his son, 17, 96, 135, 136, 146.

-, -, Nicholas his son, lord of Limeuil, 15, 128.

-, -, William Roger III. his son.See Turenne.

Beaulieu [co. Southants], abbot of. See Winchcombe.

- [dep. Corrze], Guy, abbot, of, 4.

Beaumont, monastery of. See Valenciennes.

Beaumont, Boumond, Beumont, Breumont, Bellomonte, Eleanor, countess of Arundel, 38, 56.

-, Henry de, Lord of Loughborough, 29.

-, Thomas, donsel, 195.

-, Thomelinus, marshal in Italy, 120, 124, 125, 136.

Beaupeny, John, rector, 220.

Beanvais, bishop of. See Dormans, John de.

Bebington, William, abbot of St. Werburg's, Chester, 88, 451.

Bec-Hellouin, Herlewine [Eure], abbey of, 412.

-, William, abbot of, 80.

Beccles, Bokles [co. Suffolk], 466.

Beche, Edmund de la, archdeacon of Berkshire, 89.

Beckenham, Bekenham [co. Kent], 341.

Becket, St. Thomas, 36, 507.

Beckingham, Bekingham in the Clay [co. Lincoln], 177.

- [co. Notts], prebend of, in Southwell, 480.

Becles, Robert, Benedictine, 288.

Beddgelert, Beddkelert [co. Carnarvon], 414.

Bedford, archdeacon of, 66, 73, 86, 337, 374, 478, 527.

- See Stowe.

Bedford bridge, chapel of St. Thomas the Martyr on, 162.

Beele, Robert, prior of Mathersey, 487, 496.

Beeleigh, Biley, Belegh, Bylegh [near Maldon, co. Essex], Thomas [Cok], abbot of, 34, 284, 520.

-, monastery of, 399.

Beer Ferris, Byrfereyrs [co. Devon], 221.

Beeston by Mileham [co. Norfolk], 352.

Bekenham. See Beckenham.

Bekenucre. See Bicknacre.

Beket, John, notary, 360.

Beketon, John, esquire, 485, 492.

-, -, Alice his wife, 485, 492.

- See Bacton.

Bekingham, Bekyngham, Simon de, chancellor of York, 72, 78, 79, 80, 217, 218.

-, Thomas, canon of Salisbury, and rector, 266, 270, 386, 419, 420.

- See Beckingham.

Belegh. See Beeleigh.

Belers, William, Friar Preacher, 269.

Belhelvie, Balhelwy [co. Aberdeen], prebend of 83, 226.

Bellafayda, William de, donsel, 136.

Belle or Bolle, John, 422, 496.

Bellers, Roger, vicar, 331.

Bello, Robert de, abbot of Battle, 42.

Bellocampo. See Beauchamp.

Belloforti, Nicholas de, lord of Limeuil, 128.

Belloforti. See Beaufort-en-Valle.

Bellomonte. See Beaumont.

Belmisthorpe, Belmesthorp [co. Rutland], 421.

Beltoft, John de, donsel, governor of the duchy of Spoleto, 264, 266270.

Belton [co. Lincoln], 537.

Belton, John, Carmelite, 315.

Belvero, Raynald de, 69.

Bemanny, Joan, widow, 483.

-, William, priest, 483.

Benachtyn, Robert de, donsel, 255.

-, -, Egidia his wife, 255.

Benchori. See Banchory.

Bendel, Bondel, John, papal chaplain, 291, 528.

Benedict XII., 167, 183, 253.

Benedict XIII., antipope, 295, 303.

Beneger, Richard, 421, 422.

Benet, Richard, priest, 439.

Benevento, N. de, 313, 330, 335, 342.

Benington, William de, 66.

Bennington, Benington [co. Lincoln], 527.

-, prior of, 527.

Benyngton, Henry, priest, 497.

-, John, canon, 418.

-, William, citizen, 490.

-, -, Alice his wife, 490.

Beraldi, Arnold, 62.

Braud. See Auvergne.

Bere, Bear, and Charminster, [co. Dorset], prebend of Salisbury, 368, 463.

Brenger, abbot of Lzat, 122, 130.

-, Berengarii, Raymond, master of the Hospitallers, 65, 135, 140, 142.

Berford, John de, clerk, 378.

- See Barford.

Berg, William II., duke of, 281.

Bergeveney, William, friar, 271.

Bergh, William, priest, 492, 497, 498.

Berkeley, Maurice de, knight, 47.

-, -, Isabella his wife, 47.

Berking, John, canon of London, 175, 383, 384.

Berks, archdeacon of. See Dalby; Beche; Cook; Cardinal priests, William, of St. Stephen's; Christopher, of St. Ciriac's and Andrew, of SS. Marcellinus and Peter.

Bermondsey [co. Surrey], St. Saviour's, abbot of, 329.

-, monk of, 286.

-, prior of, 527.

-, - See Tenolio; Attilburgh.

-, prior and convent of, 327, 390.

Bernak. See Barnack.

Bernard, bishop of Pampeluna. See Folcart.

-, Thomas, citizen, 489.

Bernardi, John, priest, 296, 478.

-, -, rector, 511.

-, Raymund, knight, envoy of prince Edward to Urban V., 13.

Bernardi de Albertis, Nerotius, merchant of Florence, 110, 112, 121, 152, 159.

Bernes. See Barnes.

Bernewell, Bernwell. See Barnwell.

Bernyngham. See Barningham.

Berry, John, duke of, 92, 97, 113, 118, 126, 129, 138.

Berston. See Barston.

Berton-Byundich. See Barton-Bendish.

Bertrand, cardinal of St. Prisca's. See Cardinals.

Berwedon. See Barrowden.

Berwick, mayor of, 325.

Berwick-on-Tweed, Bridge of, Trinitarian friars at, 253.

Berwick, North [co. Haddington], 249.

-, Beatrice, prioress of, 212.

-, abbess and convent of, 249.

Berwyk, Roger, vicar, 406.

Bery. See St. Edmunds.

Besnez, James de, master of the Lasarists, 84.

Beston. See Beeston.

Bettele. See Butley.

Beuerege, Roger, 464.

-, -, Juliana his wife, 464.

-, -, Gerborgia his wife, 465.

Beumont. See Beaumont.

Bevenok, Bouenok (Sevenoak), Thomas, 426.

Beverache, John, priest, 339.

Beverley [co. York], St. John's, 271.

-, benefice of Belfaria or Berefellaria in, 328.

-, canon of, 57, 72, 78, 85, 193, 269, 335, 343, 344, 368, 409, 420.

-, prebend of St. Andrew's altar in, 369, 409.

-, prebend of St. Martin in, 326, 368, 392, 412.

-, chantry of St. Peter's in, 327.

-, provost of, 368, 504.

-, - See Ravenser; Cardinals, Adam of Cecilia's, Thoresby, Spenser, Lymborg.

-, St. Mary's Vicarage, 334.

Beverley, Thomas, Augustinian canon, 290, 528.

Bewmeys, Roger, Augustinian friar, 273.

Bewseys, Alice, 486.

Beyking. See Barking.

Bicknacre Bekenucre [in Woodham Ferrers, co. Essex], Austin priory of, 67.

-, canon of, 284.

Bide, William, rector of St. Nicholas, Gildeford, 173.

Bidyk, Richard, rector, 162.

Biggleswade, Bikelesewade [co. Bedford], 378.

Bikelesewade. See Biggleswade.

Bikenacr. See Bicknacre.

Bilchangre. See Birchanger.

Bilingschell. See Billing Shields.

Bilion, John, 203.

-, -, Isabella his wife, 203.

Bilknape, John, 46.

Billing Shields, Bilingschell, parish of Stanhope, q.v.

Billingborwe, Willingborwe, John, monk, 454.

Bilney, Richard de, monk of Norwich, 525.

Bilton [co. York], prebend of, in York, 353.

Bilvelt, Hermann, papal chaplain, 388, 513, 514.

Binbrooke, Bynbroke [co. Lincoln], 330.

Birchanger, Bylchangre [co. Essex], a manor of, 440.

Bircholt, Byrcholte [co. Kent], 377.

Bires. See Byers.

Birkin [co. York], 69.

Birlingham, Herlingham [co. Worcester], 332.

Birmingham, Richard de, archdeacon of Coventry, 65.

Birstall, Byrstal [co. York], 493.

Bishop Wearmouth, Warmuth, Wermow [co. Durham], 65, 375, 461, 468.

Bishopsbourne, Byssopborne [co. Kent], 419, 421.

Bisley, Bysele [co. Gloucester], 180, 181.

Bisse. See Bushey.

Bitton [co. Gloucester], 163.

Blac, John, layman, 58.

Blackewelle, Henry, Augustinian canon, 311.

Blak, John, archpriest, 275.

Blakeman, John, rector, 348.

Blanche, Joan, daughter of John, 70.

Blanchfieldstown, Blanchebuliston [co. Kilkenny], church of St. Nicholas, 41.

Blaston [co. Leicester], 418.

Blaykburn, John de, 51.

Blebuyrri, John, 181.

Bleseworth. See Blisworth.

Blisworth, Bleseworth [co. Northants], 192.

Blithe. See Blyth.

Blockley, William, priest, 483, 491.

Bloddyn ap David, canon, 324.

Blois, Charles of, duke of Brittany, 20.

-, -, Joan of Penthivere his wife, 20, 54.

Blonham. See Blunham.

Blont alias Whyte, Philip, 32.

Blounte, Blont, Thomas, knight, 495.

-, -, Joan his wife, 495.

-, Walter, knight, 136, 495, 498, 499.

-, -, Sancha his wife, 495, 498, 499.

Blundele, Robert de, 46.

Blundeston [co. Suffolk], 203.

Blunham, Blonham [co. Bedford], 466.

Bluntisham [co. Hunt.], 214.

Blyclyngge, William, citizen, 485.

Blyth, Blithe, Blize, William, William de, archdeacon of Norfolk, 65, 196.

Blyton, Simon, abbot of Colchester, 35.

Boarstall, Burstall [co. Bucks], 406.

Bocheby, John, rector, 218.

Bockland. See Buckland.

Bodel, John, priest, 496.

Bodelisham, John, archdeacon of Leicester, 481.

Bodeln, John, rector, 399.

Bodelo. See Ghent.

Bodi, Adam, notary, 503.

Bodmin [co. Cornwall], Augustinian prior and convent of, 363.

Bogacle. See Boxley.

Bogwiile. See Bugwell.

Bohun, Humphrey de, ninth earl of Hereford, constable of England, 24, 97, 114, 115.

Bokelond. See Buckland.

Bokenhull, John, monk, 204.

- See Bucknell.

Bokinham, Edmund, O.S.B., 96.

Bokles. See Beccles.

Boldon, Ughtred of. See Ughtred.

Bole [co. Notts], prebend of York, 226.

Bole, Thomas, rector of King's Worthy, 437.

Boleyn, Robert, papal notary, 321.

Bolingbroke [co. Lincoln], 492.

Bolle, Thomas, papal notary, 320.

- See Belle.

Bollington, Boliton [in Ugley, co. Essex], 440.

Bolney, Bonn [co. Sussex], church of, 43.

Bologna, 106, 111, 119, 130.

-, bishop of, 536.

-, - See Joussac; Bonavalle.

-, hospital in, 124.

-, university of, 200.

-, scholar of, 194.

Bologna (Bononia), Peter de, proctor, 43.

Boltby [co. York, N.R.], 411.

Bolter, Robert, canon of Lanthony, 223.

Bolton [co. York], prior of, 34.

Bona, countess of Savoy, 126.

Bonavalle, Bernard, bishop of Bologna, 124, 142, 194, 210, 227, 536.

Bondel. See Bendel.

Bondwill, Richard, priest, 471.

Bongardo, Anichinus or Aniquin, company of, 16.

Bongeli, Rigaud, member of Urban V.'s household, 4.

Boniface IX., letter to, 310.

Bonnebry. See Bunbury.

Bononia. See Bologna.

Bontuel, Robert de, priest, 45.

Borbache, Borbak, John, donsel, 111, 143.

- See also Burbache.

Bordeaux, archbishop of, 353, 382.

-, - See Salignac; Uguccione.

-, Peter, archdeacon of Cerns in. See Bosc.

-, canon of, 341.

-, Cistercian house in, 11.

-, house and chapel of Grand-Selve in, 2.

-, collector in. See Viridario.

-, dean of St. Seurin. See Viridario.

-, official of, 89.

-, Hospitallers of, 136.

-, constable of. See Wykford.

-, seneschal of. See Felton.

-, jurats of, 114.

-, mayor of. See Ros.

-, mayor and jurats of, 11.

Bordesley [co. Worcester], abbot of, 429.

-, - See Acton.

-, monk of, 80.

Borel, William, priest, 486, 492.

Bori, Peter, envoy of the camera of Urban V., 12.

Borow, Thomas, priest, 492.

Borton. See Burton.

Borwachs, Borwassh. See Burghersh.

Bosc, Peter du, archdeacon of Cerns in Bordeaux, bishop of Dax, 297, 302, 303, 305, 306, 310, 311, 481, 503, 513, 532, 537.

Bosco, Andrew de, 30.

Bosegate, Bosyate [co. Northants], 214.

Bosham, Boscham [co. Sussex], canon of, 510.

Boslingthorpe, Margaret de, 44.

Bosna-Serai, Serajevo, Dominic, bishop of, 264.

Bossaco, William de, donsel, 127.

Bosse, John, rector, 293, 488.

-, John, 488.

-, -, Isabella his wife, 488.

Bossher, David, prior of St. Catherine's Waterford, 36.

Boston, St. Botulph [co. Lincoln], 39, 487, 492, 496.

Bosyate. See Bosegate.

Botamam, Botavaunt. See Buttevant.

Boteler, Margaret, damsel, 60.

Boterhale, Nicholas, 447.

-, -, Agnes his wife, 447.

Bothe, William, papal chaplain, 290, 528.

Bothorn, Godfrey, rector, 536.

Bothwell, Bothevill, lord of. See Douglas.

Bottesford [co. Lincoln], vicar of, 287.

Bottesforth, Hugh de, papal chaplain, 290, 528.

Bottlesham, William de, bishop of Rochester, 376.

Botulph, St., 357.

Bouchet, John, 94.

Bouenok. See Bevenok.

Bouges, William de, prior of Tywardreth, 91, 174.

Bouis, John, papal envoy, 12.

Boumond. See Beaumont.

Bourbon, Lewis II., duke of, count of Forez, 24, 256.

Bourges [Cher], canon of, 21.

-, cardinal of. See Cardinal-bishops, Ostia.

-, clergy of the province of, 256.

-, diocese of, 103.

-, sacristan of, 25.

-, Saint Sulpice, abbot of, 134.

Bourghill, Bruchilla, John, bishop of Llandaff, 539.

Bourn, Brunne [co. Lincoln], canon of, 74.

Bourne, John, Friar Preacher, 352.

Bouryng, John, priest, 190.

Bouville, Charles de, governor of the dauphiny of Vienne, 123, 126, 129.

Bowe-houses, parish of Stanhope, q.v.

Bowet, Henry, archdeacon of Lincoln, dean of Dublin, bishop of Bath and Wells, archbishop of York, 274, 367369, 383, 386, 387, 389, 395, 402, 403, 447, 479.

Bowre, William, monk, 497.

Bowton, William, monk, 454.

Bowyere, John, Augustinian canon, 276.

Boxley, Bogscle, Boxle [co. Kent], 106, 365.

Boyl, William, precentor of Moray, 188.

Boyle [co. Roscommon], abbot of St. Mary's 530.

Boynton, John, donsel, 341.

-, Robert, knight, 341.

Boys, Roger, knight, 131.

Boyton [co. Wilts], 275.

Brabant, Wenceslaus, duke of, 123.

Bracklesham, Bracclesham [co. Sussex], prebend of Chichester, 63.

Braddeway. See Broadway.

Bradegate, Robert de, canon, 223.

Bradele, Henry, rector, 331.

Bradeley, Thomas, Augustinian canon, 324, 379.

Bradenstoke [co. Wilts], prior of, 320.

Bradechaw, John, papal notary, 318.

Bradestede. See Brasted.

Bradsole, St. Radegund's [co. Kent], Clement, abbot of, 463.

-, other abbots of, 463.

-, canon of, 463.

Bradsted. See Brasted.

Bradwardin, Thomas, archbishop of Canterbury, 25.

Bradwell, near the sea [co. Essex], 440.

-, St. Peter's on the Wall (Walles), in, 440.

Bradweye, Henry de, prior of Kenilworth, 77.

Braga [Portugal], archbishop of, 335.

Bragose, William, cardinal priest of St. Laurence in Lucina. See Cardinals.

Braid, John, 51.

Brakle, Nicholas, clerk, 162.

Bramham [co. York], 209, 218.

Brampton, John, vicar, 380, 433.

Bramston, Thomas, clerk, 135.

Brancepeth, Brandespath [co. Durham], 62.

Brandon, Thomas de, subdean of York, 207, 226.

Brangwayn, Thomas, citizen, 489.

-, -, Alice his wife, 489.

Branketre, John de, treasurer of York, 80.

Brantingham [co. York], 269, 331.

Brantingham, Brentingham, Thomas, bishop of Exeter, 29, 84, 94, 166, 174, 181, 187, 221, 333.

Braose. See Brewes.

Brasted, Bradestede, Bradsted [co. Kent], 338, 341.

Braundeston, Thomas de, precentor of Llandaff, 178.

Bray [co. Berks], 468.

Braybroke, Braybrok, Gerard, knight, 340.

-, -, Isabella his wife, 340.

-, John, donsel, 340.

-, Robert, canon of York, bishop of London, 183, 263, 269, 281, 297, 298, 315, 401, 410, 421.

Braybrooke [co. Northants], lord of. See Latymer.

Brayn, John, 51.

Braytoft [co. Lincoln], 496.

Breadsall, Braddisdale Park [co. Derby], canon of, 315.

Breche. See Brethe.

Brechin, archdeacon of, 253.

-, - See Cellerio, Spens.

-, bishop of, 101, 150, 248.

-, - See Leuchars.

-, official of, 82.

Brechonie, Laurence, monk, 269.

Brecle, Richard, priest, 285.

Brecon, archdeacon of, 344, 416.

-, St. John's, priory of, 75.

-, prior of. See Loze.

-, prior and convent of, 470.

Bredon, Martin, Augustinian canon, 284.

-, Robert, Benedictine, 309.

-, Simon de, canon of Chichester, 177, 190.

Brekell, Thomas, papal notary, 319.

Brentinghi, Richard, priest, 435.

Brereton [co. Chester], 546.

Breselee. See Brisley.

Brest. See Brise.

Bret, Ralph, priest, 493.

Brethe, or Breche, John, rector, 532.

Breton, John de, donsel, 193.

Breumont. See Beaumont.

Brewer. See Bruerne.

Brewer, Robert, dean of St. Paul's, London, 226.

Brewes (Braose), Beatrice, lady of, 221.

Brian, Brien, Bryene, Guy de, knight, 114, 126, 393.

-, Hugh de, knight, 144.

-, William de, knight, 134, 393.

-, See also Bryan.

Briastre, Thomas, knight, 136.

Bricett, Great, Brisete [co. Suffolk], canon of, 311.

Briche, John, knight, 136.

Bricii, Peter, Hospitaller, 238.

Bridgetown, Brigeton [co. Cork], William, prior of, 86.

Bridham, Hugh, papal notary, 319.

Bridkirk. See Brudebroke.

Bridlington, Budlington, Brydlyngton [co. York, E.R.], 275.

-, priory of, 378.

-, prior of, See Twenge.

-, prior and convent of, 472.

Bridlington, John de, prior of Kirkham, 73.

Bridport, Briddeport [co. Dorset], 546.

Brien. See Brian.

Brigeton. See Bridgetown.

Brigham, John, Gilbertine, 312.

-, Robert, priest, 166.

-, See Brygham.

Brighous, Richard, preceptor of St. Anthony's, London, 419.

Brightewell, Brychtewell, Thomas, canon, 444, 461.

Briiselle. See Brisley.

Brington, Bryngton, diocese of Lincoln, 162.

-, [co. Northants], 429.

Brinke, alias Dubelen, John de, 495.

-, -, Elizabeth his wife, 495.

Brintone, Brynthon, Thomas de, monk, papal penetentiary, bishop of Rochester, 25, 123, 130, 189, 226.

Briscou. See Bristou.

Brise, Bres, Britz, Briz, Bretz, Brest, John, knight, marshal in Italy, 120, 122, 124, 125, 130, 136, 146, 147.

Brisete. See Bricett.

Brisley, Briiselle [co. Norfolk], 483.

-, Breselee [co. Norfolk], church of St. Bartholomew, 175.

Bristol, All Saints, 351.

-, Augustinian canon of, 42.

-, Holy Trinity, 31.

-, St. Stephen's, 30.

Bristou, Briscou, Sir Thomas, 262.

Brittany, duke of. See Montfort; Blois.

-, duchess of. See Blois; Holand.

Brittany, papal collector in. See Hoo.

-, nuncio to. See Gilbert.

-, nuncios in, 261.

Britz. See Brise.

Brive-la-Gaillarde [dep. Corrze], provost and chapter of, 4.

Briz. See Brise.

Broadchalk. See Chalk.

Broadway, Braddeway [co. Worcester], 524.

Brocas, Arnold, rector, 340.

Brocle, Brocke, John, rector, 510.

Brode Sidelingg. See Sydling.

Brokman, Robert, papal notary, 319.

Bromfield, William, bishop of Llandaff, 271, 282, 459.

Bromhill, Bromwell [co. Norfolk], canon of, 314.

-, prior and convent of, 519.

Bromley, John, monk, 220.

Brompton in Pickering (archdeaconry of Cleveland), co. York, 445, 457, 460, 461, 509, 542.

Brompton, John de, rector, 179.

Bromyard, Bromezerde [co. Hereford], canon of, 401.

Bron, Richard, Augustinian canon, 393.

-, Robert, rector, 346.

-, See Broun.

Brook, William, Friar Preacher, 301.

Brouke, alias de Derleke, John de, 257, note.

Broun, Henry, rector, 511.

-, John, Friar Minor, 301.

-, Robert, clerk, 379, 466.

- See Bron.

Broune, Robert, rector of Hampton (? archdeacon of Worcester), 355.

Browderer, John, citizen, 488.

Broxbourne, Brokesburne [co. Herts], 439.

Broxton, Thomas, Premonstratensian canon, 275.

Bruch, Bruth, William, Benedictine, 296.

Bruchilla, John, bishop of Llandaff. See Bourghill.

Brudebroke (Bridkirk), Thomas de, rector of Stanhope (?), 46.

-, See also Brydkyrke.

Bruerne, Brun, Brewer [co. Oxford], abbot of, 435, 437.

-, monk of, 309.

Bruges, chevins of, 99, 121.

-, envoys going to, 144.

-, Florentine merchants at, 29, 99, 101, 103, 107, 110, 112, 117, 118, 148, 149, 151, 259261.

-, (merchants of Lucca at), 155, 156.

-, merchants of England at, 374.

-, chapel of St. Mary and St. Thomas, 374.

-, negotiations with the pope at, 109, 111, 119, 132, 134, 139, 142, 202, 203, 218.

-, nuncios at, 139.

-, port of, 131.

Bruisyard, Bruseyerd, Brusird [co. Suffolk], minoresses of, 38.

-, collegiate church of, 49.

Brumle, William, Augustinian canon, 283.

Brunham. See Burnham Norton.

Bruni, Francis, papal secretary, 110, 112, 119, 128, 135, 145.

Brunne, Nicholas, Cistercian, papal chaplain, 279, 362.

Brunne. See Bourn.

Brusird. See Bruisyard.

Bruton [co. Somerset], Augustinian canon of, 302.

-, prior of, 502.

Bruton, John, prior of Chicksands, 273.

Bruys, Eleanor de, countess of Carryk, 222, 223.

Bryan, John, notary, 209.

-, -, clerk, 402.

-, Reginald, bishop of Worcester, 48.

-, Robert, notary, 503.

-, See also Brian.

Brychtewell. See Brightwell.

Bryde, John, papal notary, 321.

Brydesdale, Stephen, Augustinian canon, 309.

Brydkyrke, Thomas de, 531.

-, See also Brudebroke.

Bryene. See Brian.

Brygge, John, Premonstratensian, 313.

Brygham, Richard, priest, 309.

-, See Brigham.

Brykkelsworth, John, rector, 496.

Bryngton. See Brington.

Brynkelei, John, canon of London, 175.

Brynkelowe, William, rector, 543.

Brynthon. See Brintone.

Brys, William, chancellor of Limerick, 429.

Bryt, Henry, vicar, 371, 439.

Bubwith [co. York], 32.

Bucchania, Walter de, archdeacon of Shetland, 385.

Buch, captal de. See Grailly.

Buchan [co. Aberdeen], William Comyn of, 225.

Bucii Natuli, Natulus, 274.

Buckden [co. Hunt.], 521.

Buckfastleigh [co. Devon], abbot of, 477.

Buckingham, archdeacon of, 456, 506, 514.

-, -, See Ginewell; Piel; Evot; Selby.

Buckingham, Buckingham, Bouckingham, John de, dean of Lichfield, archdeacon of Northampton, bishop of Lincoln, 1, 2, 31, 34, 35, 44, 52, 56, 65, 66, 78, 83, 87, 88, 92, 117, 123, 124, 162, 182, 192, 214, 326, 368, 369, 387, 400, 403, 422, 426, 430, 529.

-, -, priest, 60.

-, -, canon of York, 67.

Buckland, Bochland, Minchin [co. Somerset], 7.

Buckland, Bokeland, Monachorum [co. Devon], abbot of, 404.

-, -, monk of, 307.

Bucknell, Bokenhull [co. Oxford], 376.

Budele, John, Augustinian canon, 286.

Budeweys, Leonard de, Friar Preacher, 275.

Budocio, Theobald son of Andrew de, knight, 14.

Bugeilde, Lewis, papal notary, 322.

Bugham, Robert de, priest, 79.

Bugthorp [co. York], prebend of York, 217, 226.

Bugwell, Bogwille, Reginald, dean of Exeter, 33.

Buildwas, Byldewas [co. Salop], Cistercian monk of, 302.

Buckton, Thomas de, ambassador of Edward III., 24.

Bukunhull, Bubamhull, Hugh de, clerk, canon of Chichester, 223, 224.

Bulgaria, 111.

Bull, Nicholas, 531.

-, Richard, Premonstratensian, 312.

Bullington, Rolington [co. Lincoln], prior and convent of, 65.

Bullok, Joan, 348.

-, Walter, papal notary, 321.

Bumsted, Thomas, Carmelite, 276, 362.

Bunbury, Bonnebry [co. Chester], 73.

Buntymgford, John, prior of Christchurch, London, 308.

Burbache, John, priest, 355.

-, See also Borbache.

Burchetar, Matilda de, 42.

Burchs, Richard, 530.

Burdet, Robert, donsel, 491.

-, -, Joan his wife, 491.

Burdeyn, or Burden, John, prior of Lees, 311.

Bures, John de, canon, 31.

Burford, Thomas, Augustinian canon, 299.

-, Walter, Friar Preacher, 300.

Burgeyn, John, 485.

-, -, Alice his wife, 485.

Burgeys, Robert, layman, 485.

Burgh, Thomas de, papal, chaplain, 291, 528.

Burghclere [co. Hants], 72.

Burghe, John de, notary, 521.

Burghersh, Burgherseh, Borwachs, Bartholomew de, governor of Calais, ambassador of Edward III., 18, 24.

-, Borwassh, Henry, priest, 286.

Burgundy, Philip le Hardi, duke of, 92, 114, 118, 123, 126, 134, 137, 138, 144, 145.

Buri. See Bury.

Burk, Robert, knight, 439.

Burke, Patrick, 76.

Burley, Burlee [co. Rutland], 57.

Burley, Burleye, Burle, Burlee, Cicely, 483.

-, John, rector of Tarring, 46.

-, Richard, knight, 136.

-, Simon de, knight, 54.

-, -, Margaret his wife, 54.

-, Thomas, Hospitaller, 15, 52.

-, William de, 57.

Burneby, Thomas de, notary, 361.

Burnham [co. Bucks], abbess and convent of, 529.

Burnham Norton, Brunham [co. Norfolk], Carmelites at, 433.

Burnham, John, rector, 370.

Burscough [co. Leicester], priory of, 397.

Burstall. See Boarstall.

Burstall, Thomas, priest, 353.

Burthorpe, Barthorpe, chapel to Sempringham [co. Lincoln], 356.

Burton, John Jordan, of, papal chaplain, 362.

Burton Lazars [co. Leicester], hospital of, 448.

-, Overy [co. Leicester], 436, 438.

-, by Beverley [co. York], letters dated at, 208, 217.

Burton, Borton, Elizabeth de, 341.

-, John, priest, 388, 426.

-, John de, priest, 339.

-, Laurence de, abbot of Derley, 263.

-, Nicholas de, canon of York, 172.

-, Richard, Friar Preacher, 269.

-, Richard de, 69.

-, -, clerk, 176.

-, Walter de, knight, 341.

-, William de, knight, 125, 126, 127, 129, 144, 192.

-, William, rector of Clitheroe, 70.

Burwehil, Thomas, 70.

Burwell [co. Camb.], 477.

Burwell, Andrew de, 84.

Bury. See St. Edmunds.

Bury, Buri [co. Sussex], rector of, 46.

Bury, Adam, ermery of London, 46, 85.

-, Buri, Albert, seneschal of Limoges, 95.

Bushey, Bisse [co. Herts], 546.

Bushmead, Bysschemed [co. Bedford], Augustinian canon of, 277, 483.

Butiller, John, Cistercian, 315.

-, Thomas, warden of Windsor chapel, 395.

Butler, Eleanor, countess of Ormond, 89.

Butley, Buttelee [co. Suffolk], Augustinian canon of, 301, 309, 312.

Buttevant, Botaman [co. Cork], prior of St. Thomas's, 471.

Buyton, Henry, canon, 418.

Bychull. See Knaresborough.

Byers, Bires [co. Durham], prebend in Auckland, 33.

Byford [co. Hereford], 531.

Bykeleswade, Jordan de, Cistercian monk, 275.

Bykyrton, Richard de, donsel, 195.

-, -, Joan his wife, 195.

-, -, Christiana his wife, 195.

Byland [co. York], abbot of, 515.

-, abbot and convent of, 32.

Bylchangre. See Birchanger.

Byldewas. See Buildwas.

Byle. See Beeleigh.

Byllyngsley, Stephen, Friar Minor, 276.

Bynbroke. See Binbrooke.

Byrcholte. See Bircholt.

Byrell, John, Friar Minor, 297.

Byrfereyrs. See Beer-Ferris.

Byrkenheved, John de, priest, 216.

Byrstal. See Birstall.

Byrton, John de, Cistercian, 292.

Bysele. See Bisley.

Bysschemed. See Burshmead.

Bysschop, John, priest, 540.

Bysschopiston, Thomas, papal chaplain, 278 362.

Byssopborne. SeeBishopsbourne.