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Index of Persons and Places: D, E, F, G

Pages 569-580

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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Dabriggecourt, John, knight, 489.

-, -, his wife, 489.

Dadesley, John, Friar Preacher, 292, 528.

Dadyngton, Richard, vicar, 329.

Daggworthe, Nicholas de, knight, 21.

Dahous, parish of Stanhope, q.v.

Dainville, Gerard de, bishop of Arras, 19.

Dalason, Richard, rector, 276.

Dalbe. See Dawe.

Dalby, Alexander de, dean of St. John's Chester, archdeacon of Berks, 25, 60.

-, Elena de, 488.

Daldowy, John de, priest, 244.

Dale, de Parco Stanley [co. Derby], Premonstratensian canons of St. Mary's, 291, 304, 528.

Dallingrigge, Dalyngrigge, de Lyngregge, Edward de, knight, 83, 132.

Dallyng, John, papal notary, 319.

Dalton, Mickle [co. Dumfries], 242.

-, South (Sub) [co. York], 330.

Dalton, John de, knight, 413.

-, -, Isabella his wife, 413.

-, Peter de, 62.

-, Robert de, rector, 220.

-, William de, canon of York, 62, 102.

Dalyngrigge. See Dallingrigge.

Dalyngton, John, Augustinian canon, 311.

Dammory, Joan, 490.

Dampnach (? Donagh, co. Monaghan, or Donaghmore, co. Tyrone), diocese of Armagh, 340.

Danby, John, canon, 352, 413.

Dancer, John, succentor of Norwich, 525.

Daneseye. See Dengie.

Daniel, Danyel, Nicholas, chancellor of Wells, 317, 329.

Daniell, Darmell, Henry, Augustinian canon, 296.

Dankastre, John, monk, 80.

Dannbury, William, 485.

-, -, Anne his wife, 485.

D'Anton, Seguin, archbishop of Tours, 279.

Dany, Davy, Hugh, priest, 424.

-, Robert, vicar, 493.

-, See also Davy.

Danyel. See Daniel.

Dardani, James, canon of Tropes, papal collector, archdeacon of Norfolk, 261, 267, 271, 275, 279282, 285, 286, 294, 295, 298, 299, 306, 357, 383, 385, 391, 410, 419, 464, 480.

Dardisse, John, clerk, 469.

Darker. See Balshale.

Darley, Derley [co. Derby], abbot of, 418.

- See Burton.

Darlington, Derlington [co. Durham], 446.

Dartford, Derteford, Dotteford [co. Kent], chapel of St. Edmund, 500.

-, prioress and convent of, 500, 501, 517.

Dartoun, Emma, 483.

Dasie, Robert, serjeant-at-arms of Urban V., 27.

Dauntesey, Edward, rector, 494, 497.

-, John, knight, 494.

-, -, Elizabeth his wife, 494.

Dauphiny, of Vienne, council of, 126, 129.

-, governor of. See Louppy, Bouville.

-, lieutenant of, 129.

-, officials of Charles V. in, 125.

Dautre, Thomas, priest, 493.

Davenport, Geoffrey, rector, 546.

Daventry [co. Northants], prior and convent of, 387.

Davi, William, 73.

David II., king of Scotland, 1, 3, 25, 30, 33, 34, 39, 42, 53, 59, 61, 68, 78, 82, 86, 90, 94, 129, 145, 167, 176, 206, 214, 238.

David, John, chancellor of St. Davids, 45.

-, Thomas, archdeacon of Cornwall, 91.

David ap Gruffrud Voya, 469.

-, ap Gruffud Says, 414.

-, ap Jakke, 470.

Davy, Davyd, Henry, archdeacon of Stafford, 350.

-, See Dany.

Davyntre, John, Augustinian canon, 309.

Dawe, Dalbe, Roger, canon of Wells, 176.

-, Margaret, 488.

Dawruex. See Devereux.

Dax, bishop of. See Bose; Guttierez.

-, diocese of, 335.

Dayngyn. See Dingle.

Deaux, Gaucelin de, bishop of Nimes, 44.

Dee, river of [co. Aberdeen], 34.

Deiskelay, diocese of York, 220.

De la Warre. See Warre.

Den, John de, priest, 272.

-, Peter de, rector, 192.

Denby, Richard, 484.

-, -, Anabilla his wife, 484.

-, Denbi, William de, warden of Greathem hospital, 61, 208, 211.

Dene, John, Augustinian canon, 312.

Denford [co. Northants], 533.

Denford, Roger de, archdeacon of Rochester, 186.

Dengie, Daneseye hundred of [co. Essex], 440.

Denham [co. Bucks], 425.

Denmark, 261.

Denny [co. Cambridge], monastery of St. Clare, 38, 199.

Denton [co. Sussex], 402.

Denton, John de, donsel, 200.

-, -, Joan his wife, 200.

-, Robert de, priest, 67.

Deopham, Depham [co. Norfolk], 534.

Depham. See Deopham.

Derby, archdeacon of, 527.

-, canon of All Saints, 181, 341, 418, 453.

-, church of St. Peter, 533.

-, Friars Preachers of, 315.

-, Henry, Cluniac prior of, 454.

Derby, John de, dean of Chester-le-Street, 302.

-, Richard de, canon of York, 123.

-, Robert, priest, 287.

-, Stephen, knight, 489, 494, 497499.

-, -, Avice his wife, 489, 494, 497 499.

Derham, Derham, West [co. Norfolk], abbot of, 74, 330.

-, canon of, 265.

Derford, Thomas de, prior of St. Oswald's Nostell, 37.

Derham. See Dereham.

Derleke, John de. See Brouke.

Derley. See Darley.

Derlington. See Darlington.

Dernyngton, John, parson, 313.

Derry, bishop of, 206, 328, 335, 338, 357, 405, 406, 414416, 420.

-, - See Omachan; Dongan.

-, Simon, bishop of, 403.

-, canon of, 403.

-, dean and chapter of, 403.

Dersingham [co. Norfolk], 407.

Derteford. See Dartford.

Derton. See Drayton.

Derwent, William, Cistercian, 299.

Desborough, Desburgh [co. Northants], 404, 436.

Despensier. See Dispenser.

Detkonis, George, 307.

Devenish, Deveneysch, John, 70.

-, -, Joan Blanch his wife, 70.

Devereux, Evroys, Dawruex, John de, 94, 95.

Devon, earl of. See Courtenay.

Dewchurch [co. Hereford], 534.

Deynes, John, clerk, 422.

Deyster, Thomas, priest, 388.

Deywerton. See Highworth.

Dichennigg. See Ditchling.

Dichingham, John de, Augustinian canon, 309.

Difford, John de, priest, 166.

Digbi, Simon de, Augustinian canon, 83.

Dighton, Dingthon, William de, secretary of Edward III., xx, 63.

Digne, Stephen, bishop of Vence, 18.

Dimlington, Vymolton [parish of Easington, co. York], 217.

Dingle, Dayngyn [co. Kerry], 408.

Dingley, Dingle, Dinghe [co. Northants] John, preceptor of, 15, 51

Dingthon. See Dighton.

Dini, Jaquetus, of Florence, 279, 280, 386, 410.

Diseur, Nicholas le, papal secretary, 130, 135, 146.

Dispenser, Despensier, Dispenserii, Spenser, Anne de, damsel, wife of T. de Morle, knight, 375.

-, Edward le, captain in Aquitaine, constable of Aquitaine, 28, 47, 127, 131.

-, -, Elisabeth his wife, 47.

-, Henry le, bishop of Norwich, 83, 114, 167, 192, 196, 284, 325, 437, 525.

-, Hugh, knight, 27, 135.

Dissertimlacals. See Dysert.

Ditchling, Dichennigg, Dychenyng [co. Sussex], 396.

-, rector of, 46, 49.

Ditton Fen, [co. Cambridge], 180, 181, 324.

Ditton, Alan de, rector of St. Michael's, Stamford, 175.

Dockyng, Thomas, Friar Minor, 267.

Dodbrooke, Dodebrok [co. Devon], 492.

Doditon, William de, monk, 82.

Dokisworth. See Duxford.

Dolbeara, Walter, canon, member of the papal household, 338, 346.

Domandi, Peter, Provost of Poitiers, collector in Aquitaine, 94.

Dombar. See Dunbar.

Dominici, Rayner, merchant of Florence, 6, 7, 18, 98101, 103, 107, 112, 148, 149, 151.

Domyng, Robert, Friar Minor, 404.

Donaghmore, Downaghmore [co. Limerick], prebend in Limerick, 402, 542.

Doncan, Doncani. See Duncan.

Doncaster [co. York], Carmelites of, 305, 315.

Done, Robert, archdeacon of Ferns, 449.

Donewich, John de, priest, 50.

Dongan, John, bishop successively of Derry and Down, 480.

Donington, St. Mary's [co. Lincoln], 39.

Donkeswell. See Dunkeswell.

Donnington, Donyngton [co. Berks], 421, 422.

Donoghmore. See Donaghmore.

Donton, John de. See Dounton.

Donyngton. See Dunnington and Donnington.

Donys, William, notary, 369.

Dorchester [co. Oxford], abbot of, 512.

Dore [co. Hereford], monk of, 497.

Doria. See Auria.

Dorla [Saxony], provost of 513.

Dormans, Dormanno, William de, knight, chancellor of France, 129.

Dormans, John de, bishop of Beauvais. See Cardinal priests, Sancti Quatuor Coronati.

Dornay, William, priest, 485.

Dorneton. See Dounton.

Dorney [co. Bucks], 529.

Dorset, Dorchester, archdeacon of, 208.

-, See Robert, cardinal priest of the basilica of the Twelve Apostles.

Dortan. See Duncan.

Doughton, Duhtune [co. Gloucester], 90.

Douglas, Duglas [co. Lanark], 83, 195.

Douglas, Duglas, Archibald de, knight, lord of Bothewell, lord of Galloway, 76, 90, 130, 187, 248.

-, James, son of William, earl of, lord of Liddesdale, 161, 248.

-, Mary de, 53.

-, William, earl of, 130, 161, 247, 248.

-, See Duglas.

Dounbyng. See Dunbin.

Dounton, Dorneton, John de, canon of Chichester and Salisbury, 43, 44, 174.

Dover, church of St. Martin, 77.

Down, archdeacon of. See Duncan.

-, bishop of. See Calfo, Dongan, Ross.

-, priors of. See Ross, Calfe, Sely.

Down, William, clerk, 426.

Draper, Hugh, layman, 489.

-, John, notary, 359.

-, Thomas, 486.

-, -, Joan his wife, 486.

Drawton, John, monk, 454.

Drax, Dray [co. York, West Riding], prior of, 69, 335, 503.

Drax, Richard, Carmelite, 34.

Drayton [co. Stafford], lord of. See Basset.

-, Dryton, Derton [co. Norfolk], 328.

Drayton, Richard, canon, 365, 370, 415.

-, Richard de, rector, 116.

Dregg [co. Cumberland], 367.

Driburch. See Dryburgh.

Drille, Thomas, Friar Minor, 299.

Dristernach. See Tristernach.

Dromin, Dromond [co. Limerick], 473.

Dromoloinn, diocese of Dromore, 428.

Dromore, canon of, 428.

Drong. See Drung.

Dros, Roger, vicar of Sutton, 166.

Druet, William, Augustinian canon, 285.

Drung, Drong [co. Cavan], 529.

Drury, Roger, rector, 484.

Drw, Laurence, donsel, 495.

-, -, Lucy his wife, 495.

Dryburgh, Driburch [co. Berwick], John, abbot and the convent of, 243.

Dryffelde, John de, Gilbertine, 292, 529.

Dryngley [Edingley? co. Notts], diocese of York, 541.

Dryton. See Drayton.

Duagh, Dubhacha [co. Kerry], 540.

Dubelen. See Brinke.

Dubhacha. See Duagh.

Dublin, archbishop of, 346, 382, 393, 446, 449, 473, 479, 504, 541, 543.

-, - See Minot; Waldby; Wikeford.

-, archbishop, dean, and chapter of, 471.

-, canon of St. Patrick's, 77, 344, 345, 381383, 407, 471, 475, 479.

-, chancellor of. See Karlel.

-, chapter of, 382.

-, church of, 506.

-, dean of. See Bowet, Cardinals, Landulph Maramauro, deacon of St. Nicholas.

-, official of, 400.

-, treasurer of St. Patrick's. See Stanton, Swinton.

-, Augustinian canon of, 277, 361.

-, prior of All Saints, 69.

-, St. John Baptist without, prior and brethren of, 400.

-, William, prior of, 87.

-, abbot of St. Mary's, 407, 541.

-, church of St. Peter de Hulle without, 163.

-, master of St. Stephen's lazar-house. See Scrope.

-, abbot of St. Thomas the Martyr, 69, 407, 414.

-, - See Serjaint.

-, canons of St. Thomas the Martyr, 393, 525.

-, prior of Holy Trinity. See Lokyngton.

-, citizens of, 490.

Ducklington, Duclynton [co. Oxford], lord of. See Twyford.

Duffield, William de, rector, 209.

-, Nicholas, bishop of Dunkeld, 379.

Dufford. See Ufford.

Duffus Castle [co. Elgin], 238.

Duglas. See Douglas.

Dugmano, Paul de, papal auditor, 459, 460, 465, 525, 542.

Duhtune. See Doughton.

Duke, Duk, Peter, priest, 298.

-, -, vicar, 535.

Dulmen, John de, papal auditor, 325327, 367, 369, 380, 388, 389, 433, 434, 479, 514.

Dumberny. See Dunbarney.

Dumblan, Brice de, 207.

Dunbar, canon of, 222.

Dunbar, Dombar, John de, 85.

-, George de, earl of March, 130, 247.

Dunbarney, Dumberny [co. Perth], 68.

Dunbin, Dounbyng [co. Louth], 258.

Dunblane, archdeacon of. See Strathern.

-, bishop of, 101, 130, 150, 215.

-, Walter, bishop of. See Coventre.

Duncan, Doncan, Dortan, John, archdeacon of Down, bishop of Sodor, nuncio and collector in Ireland, 28, 69, 76, 79, 98, 99, 104, 105, 109, 121, 130, 149, 151, 153, 158, 160, 258.

Duncani, Megota, 58.

Dunchurch, Dunchirche [co. Warwick], 214.

Dunde, Simon de, monk of Lindores, 248.

Dunes [West Flanders], abbot of, 143.

Dunfermline [co. Fife], letters dated at, 184.

-, abbot of. See Strathmiglo.

-, John, abbot of, 90.

-, abbot and convent of, 44, 247.

-, abbatial mensa of, 247.

Dunkeld, bishop of, 253, 255.

-, - See Monymusk; Peblis; Duffield.

-, canon of, 82, 226, 239.

-, dean of. See Umfray, Keneth.

-, official of, 248.

-, precentor of, 199.

Dunkeswell, Donkeswell [co. Devon], monk of, 315.

Dunnington, Donyngton [co. York], 266.

Dunstable [co. Bedford], 276.

Dunstable, William, rector, 425.

Dunton, Henry, priest, 485.

Dureford [co. Sussex], abbey of, 31.

Durham, archdeacon of, 502, 505, 530.

-, - See Cardinals, James, deacon of St. George's; Herle; Westle.

-, bishop of, 331, 343, 345, 369, 428, 473, 482, 534.

-, - See Hatfield; Fordham; Skirlawe.

-, bishop and chapter of, 167.

-, bishop, prior, and chapter of, 164, 181, 185, 211, 227, 327, 339, 343, 415, 420, 472.

-, bishop and offical of, 385.

-, church of, 117, 118.

-, monks of, 129, 287, 534.

-, official of, 45, 318, 344, 361, 418, 535.

-, prior of, 45, 46, 452, 535.

-, - See Fossor.

-, prior and chapter of, 117, 222, 334.

Durnken, Peter, Friar Minor, 283.

Dutton, John de, rector, 346, 417, 496.

Duxford, Dokisworth [co. Cambridge], 49.

Dychenynge. See Ditchling.

Dyest, Henry de, Carmelite, 301.

Dylest, Philip, rector, 387.

Dymelton, Dynelton, Vymolton [Holderness]. See Dunlington.

Dynerth. See Dyserth.

Dynghere, William, clerk, 461.

Dyonys, William, priest, 497.

Dysert, Disseertmolacala, Dissertimlacala [in the barony of Inchiquin, co. Clare], 474.

Dyserth, Dynerth [co. Flint], 329.

Dysse, John Martin of, canon of Cloyne, 207.

Dysse, Walter de, Carmelite, nuncio to England, etc., 271, 413.

Dytton. See Ditton.

E

Earith, Heryche [co. Hunt.], 214.

Easby, St. Agatha's. See Richmond.

Easington, Esyngton [co. York], 217.

Easingwold. See Osyngweld.

Eastchurch, Estcherche [co. Kent], 426.

East Gate, Estiacis, parish of Stanhope, q.v.

East Hall, Esthalle, near Bradwell-on-theSea [co. Essex], 440.

East Riding, Yorks, archdeacon of. See Skirlawe.

Easton, Adam. See Cardinal priests, St. Cecilia's.

Ebrardi, Ebrarduni, Arnold Bernardi, preceptor of the Hospitallers at Bordeaux, 126, 135, 136.

Eccleston [co. Lancs.], 162.

Echlyn, Donald de, Benedictine, 249.

Eckeslay, Richard de, monk, 34.

Edendon, William de, bishop of Winchestor, 2, 12, 18, 44, 57, 87.

Edinburgh, Holyrood, abbot David and convent of, 236, 253.

-, -, canon of, 61.

-, St. Giles's, 206.

Edingley (?) [co. Notts]. See Dryngley.

Edmund of Almain, earl of Cornwall, son of Richard, king of the Romans, 89.

Edmund of Langley, son of Edward III., earl of Cambridge, duke of York, 1, 18, 24, 93, 95, 97, 114, 118, 126, 128, 142, 273, 353.

Edneues, John de, priest, 458.

Edward II, 501, 517.

Edward III. 13, 5, 7, 916, 18, 19, 2426, 29, 31, 35, 49, 50, 6265, 67, 71, 72, 8587, 92, 93, 95, 96100, 104, 107109, 111, 113120, 122128, 130134, 137142, 144146, 161, 164, 175, 178, 201, 217, 218, 231, 239.

-, chancellors of. See Thorp, Scrope, Knyvet.

-, Isabella daughter of. See Coucy.

-, Margaret, daughter of. See Margaret.

-, presentations by, 123, 162, 165, 173.

-, treasurer of his household. See Wakefield.

Edward, prince of Wales and Aquitaine, duke of Cornwall and earl of Chester, 15, 7, 927, 29, 85, 88, 91, 92, 9498, 100, 114, 115, 117, 118, 124, 126, 128, 131, 133, 134, 138, 142144, 146, 175, 179, 293, 451.

Edwart, Andrew, prior of St. Catherine's, Waterford, 36.

Edyngton, John, Friar Minor, 404.

Edynsoure, Agnes de, 487.

Effin [co. Limerick], prebend of, in Limerick, 476.

Eggefeld, Alice, 487.

Egidii, John, papal auditor, 369, 409, 514.

Eglinton, Elizabeth de, damsel, 39.

Eglynton, Hugh de, knight, 87.

Egremont, Egimondi [co. Cumberland], church of, 163, 172.

Egypt, 138.

Eldesmori, John, 487.

-, -, Joan his wife, 487.

Eleanor, queen of Aragon, 21, 93.

Eleanor, queen of England, 501.

Elecker, William, Augustinian friar, 308.

Elen. See Ellon.

Elis, Henry, 75.

- See also Elys.

Elkssword, Ralph, canon of Derham, 265.

Ellerton [co. York, N.R.], Gilbertine priory of, 303.

Ellesmere, Richard, Augustinian canon, 422.

Ellingham, Elyngham, Great [co. Norfolk], 192.

Ellon, Elen [co. Aberdeen], 225.

Ellysford, Richard, Friar Minor, 275.

Elme, John, priest, 489.

-, John de, rector, 341.

Elmham, North [co. Norfolk], 484.

Elmham, William de, knight, 21.

Elmstone, Slmestone [co. Kent], 375.

Elphin, archdeacon of, 246, 417, 530.

-, bishop of. See Barret.

-, canons of, 174, 246.

-, - See O'Connor; Omochan.

-, chapter of, 475.

-, dean of, 530.

-, - See Ohynneri; O'Keall; Oflannaga; Ylannagy.

- provost of, 417.

Elsham, Ellesham [co. Lincoln], prior of, 329, 330.

Elstow, Helnestowe [co. Bedford], abbess and convent of, 449.

Eltesle, Eltisle, Thomas de, canon, official of Ely, 47, 56.

-, -, canon of Wolverhampton, 193, 421.

Eltham [co. Kent], letter dated at, 294.

Eltisle. See Eltesle.

Eltisley, Eltesle [co. Cambridge], 543.

Elvet, Gilbert, donsel, 491.

-, -, Matilda his wife, 491.

-, John, intruded archdeacon of Leicester, 481, 491.

Elward, William, 488.

-, -, Alice his relict, 488.

Elwyk, William de, vicar of Norham, 57.

Ely, archdeacon of, 431, 456.

-, - See Clifford.

-, bishop of, 68, 169, 173, 183, 330, 375, 385, 425, 535.

-, - See Langham; Barnet; Arundel; Fordham.

-, bishop's mensa of, 587.

-, bishop, prior, and chapter of, 470, 532.

-, monk of, 496.

-, official of, 180, 193, 317, 425, 526.

- See Eltesle.

Ely. See Weston.

Elyngham, Alexander de, donsel, 192.

Elyngham. See Ellingham.

Elyngton, Adam, rector, 484.

Elyot, Robert, bishop of Killala, 245, 246, 342.

Elys, Thomas, donsel, 204.

-, -, Margaret his wife, 204.

- See also Elis.

Emly, William, bishop of, papal nuncio and collector in Ireland, 86, 156158, 258.

Emote, Henry, 414.

Empingham [co. Rutland], prebend of in Lincoln, 363.

Enderby, William de, clerk, 416.

Endirpeffry. See Innerpeffry.

England, archbishops of, 110.

-, chamberlain of. See Latimer.

-, chancellors of. See Knyvet; Scrope; Thorp; Arundel.

-, constable of. See Bohun.

-, great council of, 279.

-, papal nuncios to. See Index of Subjects.

-, procurations paid by the clergy of, 165, 219.

-, foreign students in, 161.

-, subsidy imposed by the pope on, 116, 218.

-, treasurers of. See Barnet; Scrope.

-, visitation of, 165.

-, custom and observance, 311.

Enlly. See Bardsey.

Epworth [co. Lincoln], 537.

Erberfeld, Thomas, Cistercian, 301.

Ercheffont. See Urchfont.

Erdesle, Richard, clerk, 496.

Erdeston, John, vicar, 494.

Ereis, John, commissary general of the official of York, 45.

Erghum, Ergum, Argirii, Ralph de, chancellor of John of Gaunt, bishop of Salisbury, bishop of Bath, 132, 136, 144, 167, 215, 268, 269, 321, 406, 477, 505, 509, 527.

Erlide, Thomas, papal notary, 319.

Erlingam. See Arlingham.

Ermyn, John, papal notary, 321.

Erskin, Erskyno, Thomas de, donsel, 53.

-, Robert de, knight, 90, 130.

Escombe, Eskombe [co. Durham], prebend of in Auckland, 418.

Eskheved, Eskenede, Thomas de, 195, 377.

Eskombe. See Escombe.

Essewater. See Ashwater.

Essex, archdeacon of. See Wyntirton; Freton.

Esshby. See Canons Asbby.

Essthetiht, Edmund, 51.

Estcherche. See Eastchurch.

Este, Nicholas, marquis of, 23, 121.

Estfield, John de, prior of Spalding, 39, 64.

Esthalle, manor of. See East Hall.

Estherte. See Hythe.

Estiacis. See East Gate.

Eston [co. Wilts], Trinitarian Friar of, 285.

Eston, John, citizen, 488.

-, -, Joan his wife, citizen, 488.

Estone, Adam de, monk, envoy of Urban V. to Edward III. See Cardinal priests of St. Cecilia's.

Estretford. See Retford.

Esyngton. See Easington.

Etale, William de, treasurer of Glasgow, 167.

tampes, Lewis II., count of, 115.

tang [in Chteau-Chervix, Haute-Vienne], Augustinian house of St. Anthony, 254.

Eu, count of. See Artois.

Eufamia, consort of Robert, king of Scotland. See Robert.

Euston, Thomas, Benedictine, 286.

Euyas, Philip, precentor of Llandaff, 178.

Everhusen, Rose de, nun, prioress of Nuneaton, 400.

Everyngham, Alice (Alesia), daughter of John de, 69.

Evesham [co. Worcester], abbot of, 329, 448.

-, abbot and convent of, 32.

-, monastery of, 294.

Evesham, Alexander de, monk, 80.

-, John de, prior of Worcester, 48, 91.

Evordon, Thomas, canon, 479.

Evot, Yvot, John, archdeacon of Buckingham, 389.

Evroys, John de. See Devereux.

Ewdestoke. See Woodstock.

Ewel, John, layman, 486.

Ewell [co. Surrey], 532.

Exeter, archdeacon of. See Beauchamp; Cardinals, Peter, deacon of St. Mary's in Via Lata; Angelus Acciaiuoli, priest of St. Laurence in Damaso; Philip d'Alencon, bishop of Ostia.

-, bishop of, 322, 338, 514, 527.

-, - See Brantingham; Grandison; Stafford.

-, bishop, dean, and chapter of, 338, 458, 467.

-, canons of, 32, 58, 61, 74, 162, 181, 225, 338, 343, 344, 346, 357, 395, 398, 420, 458.

-, - See Cheyne.

-, cathedral church of, 84.

-, chancellor of, 357, 535.

-, - See Wylioth.

-, dean of, 319, 320, 357, 537.

-, - See Sumpter; Bugwell; Tregrision; Walkington.

-, official of, 317.

-, precentor of, 477, 535.

-, vicar-general of, 375.

-, chapel in the castle of, 178.

Exsay, William de, Augustinian canon, 278, 362.

Exton, John, rector, 387.

Eye [co. Suffolk], prior and convent of, 424, 514.

Eymer, Walter, papal notary, 320.

Eynon ap Jevan, 416.

Eynsham, Eynysham [co. Oxford], 398.

-, monks of, 311, 312.

Eyr, John, rector, 330.

Eythrope, Matilda, 494.

F

Faberveto, Amaneuus de, 89.

Fabo, Pelegrinus de, 310.

Fabri, John, vicar of North Berwick, 249.

Faenza, bishop of. See Uguccione.

Fairlox (Vayroles) Geoffrey, archbishop of Toulouse, papal nuncio, 22.

Fakenham, William de, notary, 217.

Falconer, Faucon, David, vicar, 76, 252.

- See also Faukener.

Falley. See Farley.

Farlegh, William de, canon of Romsey, 34.

Farley [co. Southampton], 317.

Farlsthorp [co. Lincoln], 486.

Farnham [co. Bucks], 426.

Farnower, John, Friar Preacher, 297.

Farthinghoe, Formyngho [co. Northants], 527.

Faryngdon, John, papal notary, 318.

Fastolf, Thomas, bishop of St. Davids, 88.

Faucon. See Falconer.

Faukener, Fraukener, William, rector, 435.

- alias Leche, Richard, donsel, 492.

-, -, Alice his wife, 492.

-, - See also Falconer.

Faversham [co. Kent], abbot of St. Saviour's, 427.

Fayrandgod, Thomas, chaplain, 376.

Fcamp, abbot of. See Grange, John le.

Fegge, Isabella, 486.

Felda, Michael de la, dean of Ossory, 348.

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

Felixstowe, Filkestowe [co. Suffolk], priory of, 66.

-, See Walton.

Felley, Felly [co. Notts], Augustinian canons of, 81, 310.

Fellyng, Adam, Augustinian canon, 296.

Felsham [co. Suffolk], 496.

Felstede, Walter, rector, 197.

Felton [co. Hereford], 70.

Felton, Richard de, priest, 423.

-, Thomas de, knight, seneschal of Aquitaine and Gascony (Bordeaux), 11, 22, 54, 55, 93, 95, 114, 126, 128, 132, 136, 145, 147.

-, -, Joan his wife, 54, 55.

Fen, William atte, rector, 214.

Fencotes, Thomas, sub-deacon, 415.

Fen Stanton, Fenny Stanton, Fenistanton [co. Hunt], 545.

Fenton [co. York], prebend of York, 343.

Fenwik, Robert de, 51.

Ferdinand, king of Portugal, 141, 162.

Ferdinandi, John. See Hrdia.

Fereby. See Feriby.

Ferers, Henry de, knight, 45.

Fereyrs, Martin, lord of Byrfereyrs, 221.

-, -, Lena wife of, 221.

Feribi, Hugh, canon of Beverley, 85.

Feriby, Fereby, Ferybi, Feryby, Feuly, John, knight, captain in Italy, 147.

-, John de, priest, 272.

-, Nicholas, canon of York, 262, 263.

-, Thomas de, canon, 270, 326.

-, William, priest, 465.

-, William de, canon, 345.

Fermo [Marche, Italy], 23.

Ferns, archdeacon of. See Collyn, Done.

-, bishop of. See O'Dea.

-, canon of, 381, 402, 468, 542.

-, dean of, 402, 449, 513.

-, treasurer of, 449.

Ferrantini, Mariottus, merchant, 268.

Ferrara, bishop of, 536.

-, prior of St. Agnes. See Cardinals, Adam Easton, priest of St. Cecilia's.

Ferrara, city of, 121.

Ferriby, Feriby, North [co. York, E.R.], Augustinian canon of, 297.

Ferrour, William, notary, 503.

Fery, John, papal notary, 319.

Ferybi, Feryby. See Feriby.

Fethiressach. See Fetteresso.

Fethirkern. See Fettercairn.

Fetlar, Pentlar [Shetland], 336.

Fettercairn, Fethirkern [co. Kincardine], 64.

Fetteresso, Fethiressach [co. Kincardine], 224.

Ffyaseharton. See Fisherton.

Ficienis, Ficionis, Anthony Johannis de, 277.

Fiennes, Robert, lord of, 242.

Fife, Robert, earl of, 130, 247, 248.

Fignasadin, diocese of Kilmore, 530.

Findon, Fyndon [co. Sussex], 520.

Finedon, Thingdon [co. Northants], 37.

Fineshade, Sinstede, Sysseheived [co. Northampton], priory of, 182.

Fingask, Thomas de, bishop of Caithness, 49, 101, 130.

Fisherton [co. Wilts], Friars Preachers church at, 453.

Fisscher, William, rector, 401, 491.

Fitz-Alan, Richard, II. Earl of Arundel, 12, 13, 18, 24, 29, 46, 49, 96, 98, 100, 105, 114, 120, 123, 126, 129, 131, 144, 161, 240, 352, 391, 393, 394.

-, Thomas, earl of Arundel, 352.

-, William, clerk, 394.

Fitzherberde, Lucy, abbess of Shaftesbury, 524.

Fitz Huwe, John, 348.

-, -, Joan his wife, 348.

Fiuin. See Fyvie.

Flaadbury, Thomas, priest, 355.

Flagnac [Aveyron], priory of, 11.

Flambert, Edmund, 490, 495.

-, -, Elizabeth his relict, widow, 490, 495.

Flanders, 99, 109, 111, 112, 121, 202, 219, 229, 301, 325.

-, count of. See Lewis.

-, merchants of Lucca in, 155.

-, papal nuncio to, 218, 219.

Flandini, Peter, papal auditor, 77.

Flaran [Gers], abbot of, 85.

Flegg, Fleg, Thirkeby in. See Thrigby.

Fleming, Flamyng, John, rector, 34.

Flemyng, John, vicar, 529.

Flete, William, rector, 510.

Flixton, Floxton [co. Suffolk], Augustinian monastery of, 507.

Florence, 268.

-, Peter, bishop of, nuncio of Urban V. to prince Edward, 11.

-, bishop of, 59, 83, 349.

-, citizen of, 148.

-, city of, 28, 263.

-, merchants of, 18, 98100, 103, 104, 107, 110, 112, 121, 130, 131, 137, 268, 279, 280282, 292, 386, 410.

-, - See Alberti; Albertis; Dominici; Marci; Johannis; Andree; Gardi; Guardis; Guccii; Meti; Nicolai; Vannis; Luce; Jacobi; Nerotii; Aldobrandini; Bartholi; Bernardi; Johannini; Sonaglini.

-, university of, 59, 68, 83.

Florentia, James de, rector of Ivinghoe, 190.

-, Peter de, papal auditor, 367, 378, 380, 338.

-, Silvester de, 119, 120.

Floriani, James, papal auditor, 433, 434, 460.

Floxton. See Flixton.

Flyford Grafton, Grafton Fleford [co. Worcester], 332.

Foix, Gaston, count of, 22.

Folcaut, Bernard de, bishop of Pampeluna, papal nuncio, 109, 132, 133, 135, 146, 201, 203.

Foletby. See Fulnetby.

Folke, William, notary, 503.

Folnetby. See Fulnetby.

Fontevrault [Maine et Loire], abbess of, 400, 539.

Ford. See Fordingbridge.

Forde, John, rector, 329.

-, Thomas atte, priest, 493.

Fordham, John, provost of Wingham, 199.

-, John de, bishop of Durham, bishop of Ely, 263, 268, 282, 368, 398, 423, 482, 503, 514, 526.

-, Robert de, rector, 50, 78.

Fordingbridge, Fordingbregghe, Ford [co. Hants], 351, 408.

-, rector of, 175.

Fordington, Fortyngton [co. Lincoln], John Walthari de Irby of, 361.

Forest, St. Mary's [co. Selkirk], 244, 245.

Forez, count of. See Bourbon.

Formage, Joan, abbess of Shaftesbury, 524.

Formyngho. See Farthinghoe.

Fornessete, Thomas, Augustinian canon, 502.

Fortes, William de, knight, 147.

Forthyngton, John de, 495.

-, -, Elizabeth his wife, 495.

Fortyngton. See Fordington.

Forworth. See Fungarth.

Fossor, John, prior of Durham, 85.

Foulmore, Robert, rector, 317.

Fountains [co. York], abbot, of, 272, 330, 386.

-, monks of, 299, 300, 301, 315, 342.

Fournier, William, bishop of Gap, 9, 10.

Fovent, Thomas, clerk, 495.

Frampton [co. Lincoln], 493.

Framysden, John, bishop of Glasgow, 383.

France, chancellor of. See Dormans.

-, faculties to nuncio in, 176.

-, Hospitallers of, 111.

-, king of. See Charles; John.

-, nuncio to the realm of, 228, 229, 302.

-, procurations by the clergy of, 165.

-, queen of. See Jeanne.

-, subsidy imposed by the pope on, 116, 218.

-, visitation of, 165.

- and England, relations between, 138, 139, 142, 169, 170, 201, 203, 205, 227, 239, 240, 242, 306.

Franceys. See Franceys.

Francisci, Bartholomew, papal notary, regent of the chancery of the Holy Roman Church, provost of St. Stephen's, Prato, 296, 297, 503.

-, James, merchant of Florence, 292.

-, Lazarus, merchant of Lucca, 282, 286.

-, Spinellus, of Florence, 279281, 386, 411.

Franke, Alice, widow, 485.

Frankeleyn, Franleyn, Thomas. See Sandwyche.

Fransoys, John, layman, 307.

Fraser, William, clerk, 200.

Fraunceis, Thomas, priest, 490.

Fraunceys, Franceys, Adam, 49.

-, Henry, Carmelite, 273.

-, John, priest, 416.

-, -, canon of Southwell, cannon of York, rector of Saltwood, clerk of Richard II. papal abbreviator and writer, 269, 296, 297, 337, 370, 412, 477, 531.

-, Robert, proctor at the papal court, 45.

Frederic III. king of Sicily, 139.

Freen, John, priest, 444.

-, Walter, clerk, 443.

Freisingen [Bavaria], bishop of, 522.

Frelandi, Walter, provost of Wells, 385.

Fremet. See Fromet.

Fremund, Thomas, donsel, 486, 492, 496, 498.

Frensch, alias Lynton, John, rector, 355.

Frethol. See Frithelstock.

Freton, Roger de, cannon of Salisbury, archdeacon of Essex, dean of Chichester, canon of Wilton, 71, 81, 82, 169, 174, 227.

Friars Minors, minister-general of, 40, 61.

- See Giffone; Spoleto.

Friars Preachers, general of, 194, 220.

- See Capua.

Friskeney, Thomas de, knight, 422.

-, -, Isabella his relict, 422.

Friskney, Fryskenay [co. Lincoln], 487, 492, 493.

Frismarsh, Frismersk [Holderness, co. York], 217.

Frithelstock, Frethelestok, Frythelystoke, Frethol [co. Devon], Augustinian canons of, 285, 374.

-, Thomas, prior of. See Rede.

Frizelle, John, rector, 535.

Fromet, Fremet, Richard, Hospitaller, 195.

Froucester, Walter, abbot of St. Peter's, Gloucester, 394, 432.

Frwngg, George, knight, 388.

-, -, Margaret his wife, 388.

Fryskenay. See Friskney.

Fryston, Joan de, 487.

Frythelystoke. See Frithelstock.

Fuaran, Mor. See Oran More.

Fulham, Fullam [co. Middlesex], 57, 410.

Fuller, Andrew, Cistercian, 299.

Fulnetby, Fulnethby, Folnetby, Foletby, Thomas de, knight, ambassador of Edward III. to Urban V. 12, 14.

-, William de, Cistercian, 287, 487.

Fulwod, Hugh, 487.

-, -, Agnes his wife, 487.

Fungarth, Forworth [par. Caputh, co. Perth], prebend of Dunkeld, 226.

Furnay. See Urney.

Furness, Furneys [co. Lancaster], abbot of, 73.

Furneys, John de, layman, 220.

Furze Hill, Northfurze [co. Devon, N.], 81.

Fyll, Walter, canon, 417.

Fyndon. See Findon.

Fyngalis, Nicholas, citizen, 490.

-, -, Rosina his wife, 490.

Fynyngham, John de, abbot of Walden, 67.

Fyscher, William, rector, 526.

Fyvie, Fiuin [co. Aberdeen], 177.

G

Gainford, Gaynford [co. Durham], 433.

Galchull [in the lordship of Fordyce, co. Banff], 90.

Galliciani, Peter, canon of Romsey, 34.

Galloway [co. Wigtown], lord of. See Douglas.

Galon, Robert, papal notary, 319.

Galuy, Geoffrey, canon, 475.

Galway, Galuy [co. Galway], 304.

Gandavo, John de. See Gaunt.

Ganon, John, rector, 222.

Gap, bishop of. See Fournier.

Gardar. See Greenland.

Gardarabach, belonging to St. Mary's, Trim, 211.

Gardi, of Florence, 148.

- See Guardis.

Gardiner, John, priest, 494.

Garendon, Gerewdon [co. Leicester], abbot of, 83, 414, 415, 477.

Garini, Arnold, canon of Lombez, collector in Saintonge, 96.

Garland, John, Friar Preacher, 378.

-, Richard, rector, 69.

Garnerii, Arnold, canon of Chlons and Narbonne, collector in England, 100, 105, 110, 113, 121, 142, 143, 146, 148153, 155, 156, 159, 160.

Garnstow, Thomas, Friar Preacher, 277.

Garri, Remund de, vicar, 413.

Garthbeibio, Berbis [co. Montgomery], 328.

Garthbrengy, Gertprynge [co. Brecon], prebend of, in Abergwili, 445.

Garthorp [co. Leicester], 447.

Garthorp, Gartdorp, John, donsel, 111, 143.

Garwyach, Andrew de, 49.

-, -, Catherine his wife, 49.

Gasconis, Peter, papal auditor, 270, 326, 369, 410, 446.

Gascony, 108.

-, seneschal of. See Chaverston; Felton.

Gaunt, John of, duke of Lancaster, king of Castile and Leon, 1, 10, 11, 24, 29, 9299, 108, 114, 117, 118, 124, 125, 127, 128, 131139, 142145, 167, 169, 264, 265, 270, 271, 367, 405, 502, 544, 545.

-, -, and Catherine and Constance his wives, 545.

-, chamberlain of. See Newmarche.

-, Thomas, notary, 503.

Gawncewyk, John. See Crawncewyk.

Gaynford. See Gainford.

Gayselee, Geoffrey, 484.

-, -, Margaret his wife, 484.

Gaytrig, Gaytrygge, William, chaplain, 488, 498.

Gedeney, William, Augustinian canon, 287.

-, William de, Carmelite, 299.

Gedney, Gedeney [co. Lincoln], chapel of St. Thomas in, 411.

Gelleton, Reginald, 464.

-, -, Juliana his daughter, 464.

Geneva, Robert of, bishop of Trouane. See Cardinal priests, Twelve Apostles, and Clement VII., anti-pope.

Genevefe, Laurence, canon of Exeter, 181.

Genoa, 22, 111, 280.

-, archbishop of, 88, 111.

-, doge of. See Adorno; Campo Fregoso.

-, knight of, 308.

-, abbot of St. Syrus, 123.

-, hospital of St. Anthony, 88.

-, ships of, 95, 131.

Genow, Gonow, William, rector, 493, 496, 498.

Gentilis, Cosmatus, of Sulmona [Innocent VII.], nuncio and collector in England, clerk of the Camera, clerk of the college of cardinals, chancellor of Capua, provost of St. Pamphilus, Sulmona, and of Valva, archbishop of Ravenna, 257 264, 272.

Geraldinis, John de, clerk, 346.

-, -, knight, 429.

-, Maurice son of Peter de, archdeacon of Limerick, 58.

-, Thomas de, chancellor of Limerick, 429.

-, Thomas Meesean Nathoty de, 346.

Gerard, Henry, Cistercian, 285.

Gerbais, Gerbasii, Peter, treasurer of Savoy, 126.

Gerewdon. See Garendon.

Gerland, William, canon of Caithness, 237.

Gerona, John, duke of, 21, 93.

Gertprynge. See Garthbrengy.

Gervase Johannis ap Eynon, rector, 447.

Gervasii, Andrew, donsel, 221.

Gerves, Peter, vicar, 535.

Gesmouthe. See Jesmond.

Getheved, Henry, vicar, 51.

Gette, John de, papal notary, 320.

Gevaudan [Lozre and Hante Loire], 256.

Ghent, 325.

Ghent, St. Bavon's, John, abbot of, envoy of Urban V. to Edward III. 12, 16, 34.

-, Baudeloo, Bodelo, abbot of, 276.

Giffard, Richard, rector, 42.

Giffone, Leonard de, minister-general of the Friars Minors, 200.

Gifford, Godfrey, bishop of Worcester, 91.

Gilbert, John, papal auditor, bishop of Bangor, of Hereford, and of St. Davids, nuncio to Brittany, ambassador of Edward III. to Gregory XI. 127, 129, 135, 147, 271, 279, 281, 458, 479.

-, St. See Sempringham.

Gilberti, Raymund, a Friar Minor, 254.

Gildeford. See Guildford.

Gillingham, Gyllingham [co. Kent], 401.

Gipwico, Thomas de, Augustinian canon, 35.

Gironde, lord of, 132.

Gisburne, Gisboure, Roger de, Carmelite, 35.

Gisburne. See Guisborough.

Glaseney. See Penryn.

Glasgow, archdeacon of. See Cardinals, John de la Grange, bishop of Tusculum.

-, Guy, archdeacon of. See Kieretti.

-, bishop of. See Rae; Wardlaw; Lindsay; Framysden.

-, canon of, 34, 68, 72, 73, 175, 195, 222, 253, 255.

-, canon of. See Leche.

-, chancellor and official of, 251.

-, dean of. See Grenlaw.

-, dean and chapter of, 250.

-, official of, 85.

-, precentor of. See Wardlaw.

-, sub-dean of, 251.

-, treasurer of, 255.

-, - See Peblis; Etale; Mangavilla.

Glaston. See Penryn.

Glastonbury, abbot of, 292, 317, 318, 329331, 358, 359, 361, 387, 469, 502, 535.

-, - See Monyton.

-, monks of, 296, 305.

Glasyer, John, layman, 454, 455.

Glatton, John de, rector, 74.

-, John. See Makeseye.

Glaunville, Hugh de, rector, 217.

Gleir, Gilbert de, rector, 243.

Glemsford [co. Suffolk], 68.

Glen, Geoffrey de, clerk, 166.

Glendenwin, Matthew de, rector, 222.

Gloucester, St. Peter's, abbot and convent of, 85, 387, 406, 501, 514.

-, abbot of, 414, 477.

-, - See Froucester.

-, monks of St. Peter's, 296, 497.

-, All Saints chapel in St. Peter's, 511.

-, St. Owen's, 520.

-, archdeacon of, 323.

-, - See Thrisford; Peres.

-, duke of. See Thomas.

-, duchess of. See Thomas.

-, earl of. See Clare.

Gloucestria, Walter de, Carmelite, 287.

Gnaresbourch. See Knaresborough.

Gnomor [barony of Moycullern, co. Galway], 450.

Gnosall [co. Stafford], canon of, 466.

Gnowsal, Walter, 72.

Godebarn, Henry, canon of Ripon, papal auditor, 172, 479, 514.

Godeford. See Codeford.

Goderich, Ralph, beneficiary, 335.

Godman, alias Sturte, William, clerk, 489, 494.

Godmaston, John, rector, 181.

Godyn, Peter, archdeacon of Limerick, 58.

-, Robert, 485.

-, -, Alice his wife, 485.

Godyngdon, Richard, Augustinian canon, 296.

Goe. See Gouey.

Golde, Nicholas, constable in Italy, 147.

Goldesburg, Anthony de, canon of Beverley, 85.

Goldingham. See Coldingham.

Goldop, Nicholas, archdeacon of Connor, 474, 475.

Goldyngton, Thomas, priest, 363, 364.

Gonou. See Genow.

Gonzaga, Lewis de, knight, 121.

Gorth, Susan, 483.

Gosberton, Gosberkirk [co. Lincoln], 39.

Goseforthsiche, Gilbert de, 42.

Gotisford. See Cotesford.

Gouey, Goe [dep. Manche], 68.

Gouxhill. See Goxhill.

Gowsill, Robert, donsel, 490.

Goxhill, Gouxhill [co. Lincoln], 378.

Gra, laurence, clerk, 178180.

Grado [Istria], diocese of, 103.

-, Patriarch of, 482, 504.

Grafton, Fleford. See Flyford Grafton.

Graham, Johanneta de, 211.

Grailly, Gralleyo, John de, captal de Buch, 16, 95, 96.

Grainsby, Granesby, [co. Lincoln], 363, 364.

Gramat [Lot], lord of. See Aigrefeuille.

Gramsande, John, 379.

-, -, Margaret his wife, 379.

Grandison, John, bishop of Exeter, 91.

Grand-Selve, abbey of [dep. Tarn et Garonne, Gascony], 2, 11, 17.

-, Ralph, abbot of, 17.

Graneu, John de, priest, envoy of Lionel duke of Clarence, to Urban V., 27.

Grange, John de la, abbot of Fecamp, 12, 115.

Gransden Magna, Grantisden [co. Hunt.], 49.

Graton. See Gretton.

Graunte, Rosina, 490.

Graveley [co. Cambridge], 425.

Gravehurst [co. Bedford], 360.

Graveti, Johannetus, 18.

Gray, Richard, Cistercian, 316.

-, Thomas, papal serjeant-at-arms, 282.

-, -, knight, 74.

-, -, -, Margaret his wife, 74.

Greatham, Gretam, co. Durham] 204.

-, masters of the hospital of, 61, 211.

Great St. Bernard. See Montjoux.

Greenland, Gardar, Henry, bishop of, 481.

-, bishop of, 385.

Gregorii, Simon, 485.

-, -, Margaret his wife, 485.

Gregory IX., 78.

Gregory X., 153.

Gregory XI., 231, 236, 276, 285, 297, 365, 370, 381, 446, 462, 465, 522, 528.

-, family of. See Beaufort-en-Valle.

-, nephews of. See Apchier, Roche.

-, chamberlain of. See Cardinal priests, SS. Nereus and Achilleus.

-, death of, 228, 241, 258.

Grenagh. See Creagh.

Grendon. See Grindon.

Grene, Joan, 340.

-, John, 340.

-, Peter, of Wylewby, 316.

-, Roger, Friar Preacher, 297.

Greneburgh, William de, prior of Coventry, 39, 47.

Grenewyck, John, 75.

Grenlaw, William de, papal collector in Scotland, archdeacon of St. Andrew's, 71, 73, 83, 85, 1035, 108, 110, 121, 122, 129, 14853, 160.

Grenoble, bishop of. See Chissey.

Grenwyche, Sampson, 486, 496.

-, -, Margery his wife, 486, 496.

Grenwyk, Rose de, 486.

Gresford [co. Flint], 357.

Grete or Grey, John, Cistercian, 309.

Gretham, Thomas de, rector, 339, 347, 348, 535.

Gretton, Graton [co. Northants], prebend of, in Lincoln, 378.

Gretwelle, William de, notary, 521.

Greves, Robert de, Augustinian canon, 278, 362.

Grey, lord de, 127.

Grey, William, rector, 421, 422.

Grey. See Grete.

Grimaldi, Grimaudo, Rayner de, 111, 143.

-, -, Isabel his wife, 111, 143.

Grimoard, William, father of Urban V., 20.

Grimsby, Grymesby [co. Lincoln], 324.

-, prioress and convent of, 324.

Grindal, Grondale [co. York], prebend of in York, 356.

Grindon, Grendon, Grundone [co. Durham], 85.

Grizac [Lozre, commune of le-Pont-deMontvert], lord of, 20.

Grondale. See Grindal.

Grosser, John, layman, 488.

Gruffinidui, John, canon, 73.

Gruffuth ap David, vicar, 317.

- ap Llewelin ap Kynwre, donsel, 363.

Grundisburgh, Henry de, papal notary, 320.

Gryffin, William, monk, 454.

Grygge, John, 483.

-, -, Margaret his wife, 483.

Gryme, John, clerk, 456.

Grymesby. See Grimsby.

Grymesy, Thomas de, priest, 492, 497, 498.

Guardis, Metus de, merchant of Florence, 149.

- See Gardi.

Guasconibus, Bernard de, minister of the Friars Minors in Tuscany, 68.

Gubbio [Umbria], bishop of, 24, 335, 482.

-, -, Bertrand, bishop of, papal auditor, 326, 367, 370, 410, 446, 461.

Guccii, John, merchant of Florence, 6, 7, 10.

Gueldres, William, duke of, 281.

Guernsey, isle of, 539.

Guesclin, Querclin, Bertrand de, 16.

Guildford, Guldeford, Gildeford [co. Surrey], church of St. Nicholas, 173, 340.

Guinisii, society of, of Lucca, 258261, 282, 286.

Guinisiis, Dinus de, 268.

-, Francis de, citizen of Lucca, 155, 156.

-, Michael de, 261, 268.

-, Nicholas de, citizen of Lucca, 155, 156, 283.

Guisborough, Gisburne [co. York], prior of, 515.

Guldeford. See Guildford.

Gulias, Ralph, 46.

Gulle, John, 487.

-, - Joan his wife, 487.

Gulton, William, priest, 542.

Gunby, John de, 486.

-, - Constance his wife, 486.

Gunderstorp, Henry, Friar Minor, 296.

Gunton, Ralph, notary, 359.

Gurmuncestre, John de, canon of Salisbury, 63.

Guttierez, Gutterii, John, dean of Segovia, 144.

-, John, bishop of Dax, xxiii, 271.

Guy, Peter, sub-collector in Aquitaine, 94.

Guydis, Guy de, 267.

Gyllingham. See Gillingham.

Gyloth, William, vicar, 451, 453.

Gylskirre. See Kilskeer.

Gylton, William, notary, 359.

Gylys, Katherine, 487.

Gynewell, Kynewell, John, bishop of Lincoln, 34, 90, 210.

-, William, archdeacon of Buckingham, 72, 77, 369, 389.

Gysburn, Thomas de, Augustinian Friar, 303.