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Index of Persons and Places: M, N, O

Pages 595-603

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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Mabbe, John, priest, 300.

Mablethorpe [co. Lincoln], 493.

Mabyly, Roger, layman, 489.

Macamnarig, Thomas, vicar, 530.

-, Trivet, clerk, 530.

Mac Brady, Mac Bradaich, Macbradaych, Augustin, clerk, 529.

-, Gilbert alias Comadinus, bishop of Ardagh, 504, 529.

Macbrechamayn, Dermit, priest, 530.

-, Isaac, priest, 530.

-, Macrobius, 530.

Mac Camaill, Arthur, bishop of Clogher, 541.

Macclesfeld, John, provost of Wells, preceptor of, St. Anthony's hospital, London, 419, 425, 428, 430, 473.

-, -, the younger, rector of Denham, 425.

Macdonel, Patrick, archdeacon of Whitehern, 82.

Macelaudohuga, Donald, 451.

-, -, Mora his wife, 451.

Macgillapadeyg, Matthew, clerk, 472.

Macgillavanach, Maurice, archdeacon of Kilmacduagh, 313, 314, 541.

Macgillauanem, Macgallenanem, Maurice, canon, 508, 513.

Machabriachyn, Gilbert, priest, 417.

Macheugan, Thomas, prior of St. Coman's, Roscommon, 238.

Machgeillachalaid, Thomas, archdeacon of Tuam, 420.

Machynges. See Matching.

Macinnoglay, Macunoglay, Gilbert, canon, 427.

-, -, clerk, 438, 443.

Mackachathmayl (Mac Cawell), William, priest, 403.

Maclean, Maguilleon, Lochlan Johannis, 63.

-, -, Mary his wife, 63.

Macnamyn, Maurice, vicar, 443.

Macoy , Matthew, canon, 473.

Macoyreachtag, John, archdeacon of Killala, 245.

Macrel, John, prior of Tynemouth, 487.

Macuegheanarch, John, rector, 461.

-, Tiernacus, priest, 461.

Madeford, Richard, priest, 302.

Madlegh, Richard, monk, 497.

Madoc ap Philip, vicar, 223.

Madyngle, Stephen, Augustinian canon, 483.

Maestricht, dean of St. Servatius. See Novolapide.

Magil, Mauricius. See Macgillavanach.

Maginahuna, Cornelius, canon, 476.

Magoreachtaid, Cornelius, clerk, 530.

Magot, John, notary, 360.

Maguelonne [Hrault], Peter bishop of. See Vernobs.

Maguilleon. See Maclean.

Maiden Bradley, Mayden Bradeley [co. Som. and Wilts], canons of the priory of, 286, 297.

Maidstone, Maydyston [co. Kent], 445, 458, 461, 505.

Maginac, Almeric de, bishop of Paris, 84, 115.

Maillesec, Guy de. See Cardinal priests.

Maintre, Robert, Augustinian friar, 302.

Majoris, Peter, precentor of Valence, papal auditor, 45.

Makeseye or Glatton, John, notary, 320.

Malatestis, Galeottus de, knight, 23.

-, Pandulfus de, knight, 23.

Malavena, Nicholas, 138.

Malbysch, John, Cistercian, 316.

Malcarston, Stephen de, canon of Holyrood, archdeacon of Whitehern, 61, 62.

Maldon [co. Essex], Carmelite church at, 399.

Maldon, Thomas, Carmelite, 485, 492.

Malimsberi, John, Cistercian, 308.

Malling, South [co. Sussex], deanery of St. Michael's, 510.

Malmesbury [co. Wilts], abbot of, 329, 514.

Malmeton. See Manton.

Malpas [co. Chester], 81.

Malpas, William, archdeacon of Worcester, 355.

Malteby, John, vicar, 184.

Malton Castle [co. York], 327.

Malton, Old [co. York, N.R.], Gilbertine canons of, 299, 304, 305, 312.

Malvern, Great [co. Worcester], monk of, 309.

Mamcester, John de, rector of Northenden, 165.

Man, Isle of, 75.

Man and the Isles, lord of. See Scrope.

Mananea, Angelus de, Friar Minor, 256.

Manchester, Mancestre [co. Lancaster], 521, 543.

-, rector and founder of the collegiate church. See Warre.

Mandagachis, Bernard de, abbot of St. Aphrodise, Bziers, 249.

Mandour, Maundone, John de, canon of Wells, archdeacon of Durham, 431, 479.

Manfelde, Robert, priest, 459, 460.

Mangavilla, Henry de, treasurer of Glasgow, 167.

Mannini, Alamannus and Anthony, 281.

Manny, Many. See Mauny.

Mant. See Mont.

Manton, Malmeton [co. Lincoln], 198.

Mantua, 121.

Manuden, Manewedan [co. Essex], 440.

Manuel Paleologus, emperor of Constanti nople, 308.

Manzimini, John, Papal envoy, 312.

Mar, David de, treasurer of Moray, 3, 4, 140.

-, Thomas, earl of, 130, 200.

-, William, earl of, 247, 248.

Marays, John, rector, 216.

March, earl of. See Mortimer; Dunbar.

March, Thomas, B.C.L., 50, 79.

Marcha, Peter de, Friar Preacher, 166.

Marcham. See Martham.

Marchamet, Robert, knight, 70.

-, -, Agnes his wife, 70.

Marchford, John, citizen, 482.

-, -, priest, 370.

-, Simon, priest, 498.

Marci, Marchi, Peter, merchant of Florence, 98, 100, 103, 112, 148, 268, 292.

Marduarcan, John, clerk, 489.

More, Thomas de la, warden of St. Mary and the Angles, York, 33.

Mareschall, Ralph, abbot of Missenden, 74.

Marescalli, Mareschalli, John, rector, 77, 180.

Mareuil, castle of. See Merle.

Margam, Morgan [co. Glamorgan], abbot of, 417.

Margan ap Rees, vicar, 306.

Margaret, queen of Norway, 216, 538.

-, queen of Scotland, 84, 94, 99, 104, 120, 161.

-, daughter of Edward III., countess of Pembroke, 67.

-, Stewart, daughter of king Robert, 161.

Margarite, William, clerk, ambassador of Edward III. to Urban V., 12, 14.

Mariscall. See Charnelles.

Markby [co. Lincoln], prior of, 321.

-, prior and convent of, 415.

Marlborough [co. Wilts], 330.

Marleburgh, John, Trinitarian Friar, 285.

Marlow, Merlas, Great [co. Bucks], rector of, 173, 187, 188.

-, Little [co. Bucks], vicar of, 189.

Marmoutier [Indre-et-Loire], Gerald, abbot of, vicar-general in Italy, 143.

Marre, David, canon of Dunkeld. See Mar.

Marreys, William, abbot of St. Mary's, York, 73, 74.

Marschal, John, notary, 321.

Marschall, Thomas, vicar, 351.

Marseilles, 10.

Marsilii, Philip, 113.

Marston, Long, Hoton Wandesley [co. York, W.R.], 30.

Martedonis, William, donsel, captain in Italy, 124, 136.

Martham, Marcham [co. Norfolk], 508.

-, chapel of St. Blide in, 544.

Martin, John, donsel, 494.

-, John, rector of Tenby, 218.

Martini, Martin, rector, 224.

Martley, Marteley [co. Worcester], 544.

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

Marychurch, St. [co. Devon], 535.

Maryng, Robert, Premonstratensian, 313.

Maser. See Masseret.

Masham, Massan [co. York], prebend of, in York, 513.

Masseret, Maser [Corrze], college of St. Germain, 9396, 126.

Massingham, Benedict de, vicar, 57.

Matching, Machynges [co. Essex], a manor in, 440.

Mathei, Dominic, merchant, 268.

Matheoli, Jacobellus, called Cachiatus, butcher, 262.

Mattersey, Mathersay [co. Notts], Gilbertine prior of. See Beele.

Matthew ap David ap Jerworth, 328.

Matthew, vicar of St. Nicholas's, Newcastle, 45.

Matyndenne. See Moatenden.

Mauberti, William, canon of Cambray and of Noyon, papal nuncio, and collector in the province of Reims, 151, 155, 159.

Maudalene, Maudelyn, Richard, canon, 341, 453.

Mayduyt, John, rector, 333.

Maundone, John. See Mandour.

Maunssell, Agnes, 483.

Mauny, Many, Ann, daughter of Walter de, knight, damsel, 67.

Maxstoke [co. Warwick], Augustinian canons of, 309, 315.

Maxton, Maxtoun [co. Roxburgh], 243.

Maxwell, John, lord of Maxwell, 179.

Maxwellis, John son of John de, knight, 243.

Mayden Bradeley. See Maiden Bradley.

Maydenhithe, John, rector, 506.

Maydyston. See Maidstone.

Mayence, province of, 300.

-, diocese of, 133.

Mayot, Roger, citizen, 485.

Mayster, Richard, rector, 380.

Meath, archdeacon of. See Cardinal deacons, St. Mary's in Porticu.

-, archdeaconry of, 465.

-, bishop of, 190, 314, 348, 470, 525, 529, 536.

-, -, See Balscot.

-, official of, 541.

Meaux, Melsa, Mewys [co. York, E.R.], abbot of, 272, 330.

-, abbot and convent of, 217.

Mechumurchu, Gormoleya, damsel, 341.

Medford, Medforde, Metforde alias Hakeborn, Walter, chancellor of Chichester, 466, 546.

-, Richard, dean of St. Martin's le Grand, bishop of Salisbury, 295, 298, 333.

Meer, Meere. See Mere.

Meesean, Nathoty, de Geraldinis, q.v.

Meffen. See Methven.

Meifod, Meyvot [co. Montgomery], 378, 397, 427.

Melbourne, Middelborne [co. Cambridge], 440.

Mellifont [co. Louth], John, abbot of, 184.

Melrose [co. Roxburgh], William, abbot and convent of, 222.

Melsa. See Meaux.

Melun, William de, archbishop of Sens, 97.

Mende, district of, 20, 22.

Menell, Robert, layman, 220.

Menheniot [co. Cornwall], 193.

Menteith, John de, lord of Aran, 179.

-, Robert, earl of. See Stewart.

Mentone [Alpes Maritimes], castle of, 111, 143.

Meon, West [co. Southants], 356, 358, 424.

Mercer, Robert, lord of Innerpeffry, 110, 135, 140142, 146, 205.

Mere, Meere [co. Wilts], 526.

-, Meer [co. Lincoln], 452.

Mere, John, canon, 378, 445.

-, Margery de, 31.

Merke, Thomas, bishop of Carlisle and of Salmas, 351.

Merlaw. See Marlow.

Merle [comm. of S. GenisMerle, dep. Corrze], castle of, xxii, 98.

Mermachian, John, Augustinian canon, 524.

Merrington [co. Durham], prebend of Auckland, 185.

Merser, John, layman, 325.

-, -, Margaret his wife, 325.

Merston, Stephen, clerk, 400.

-, Thomas, prior of Kenilworth, 284.

Merton, Richard, papal notary, 319.

Merys, John, vicar, 401.

Messier, John, prior of St. Nicholas, Arundel, 46.

Metforde, alias Hakeborn. See Medford.

Methelwolde, William de, abbot of Hulme, 74.

Methlay, Robert de, rector, 266.

Mathley, Methelay [co. York], 323.

Methros, Walter, donsel, 491.

-, -, Joan his wife, 491.

Methven, Methfen [co. Perth], letters dated at, 248.

-, rector of, 248.

Methwold [co. Norfolk], 330.

Meti, Matthew, citizen of Florence, 148, 149.

Menus, Richard, donsel, 490, 495.

-, -, Margaret his wife, 490, 495.

Mewys. See Meaux.

Mey, Richard, clerk, 421, 422.

Meynot, Hugh, priest, 388.

Meysi, Moysi, Walter, 39.

Meyvot. See Meifod.

Mzin [LotetGaronne], 85.

Michel, William, 422.

Middelborne. See Melbourne.

Middeldon, Hugh de, donsel, 209.

-, -, Elizabeth his wife, 209.

Middelton, John, archdeacon of Norfolk, 429.

-, John de, priest, 30, 31.

-, Thomas, rector, 426.

Middleton, or Ballynacurra (De Choro Benedicto) [co. Cork], Cistercian monastery, 37.

-, See Milton Abbas.

-, -, North, Mildeton Morell, parish of Hartburn, q.v.

-, Midilton [co. York], 335.

Milan, 24, 106, 122, 128, 147.

-, Visconti of, 124, 129.

-, Petrolus de Mutzano of, 264.

Mildeton Morel. See Middleton, North.

Mildelton, Richard, canon, 73.

Mileham [co. Norfolk], 352.

Milis, John, Cistercian, 307.

-, Simon, of Irtlyngburgh, Benedictine, 302.

Milleborn, Thomas de, canon of Lincoln, 128.

Milner, John, clerk, 543.

Milton Abbot, Myddleton, Mylton [co. Devon], 537, 545.

-, Abbas, Middleton [co. Dorset], Benedictine monastery of, 207.

-, Ecclesia [co. Oxford], prebend of, in Lincoln, 502.

Milton, William, 359, 413.

Minnshull, Nicholas de, priest, 424.

Minot, Thomas, archbishop of Dublin, 12, 82, 87, 106.

Miremont [Puy de Dme], captain of. See Pe.

-, castle of [dep. Puy de Dme], 3.

Misebirey. See Mixbury.

Missenden [co. Bucks], abbot of. See Mareschall.

Mitford, Mitteford [co. Northumberland], 472.

Mitford, Richard, bishop of Salisbury. See Medforde.

Mitthes, Richard, of Thornburgh, vicar of Little Marlow, 189.

Mitton [co. Lancaster], 74.

Mixbury, Misebirey, Mixebury [co. Oxford], 163, 199, 376.

Moatenden or Muttinden, Matyndenne [parish of Headcorn, co. Kent], Trinitarian hospital of, 174.

Mochylney. See Muchelney.

Modeforde, William, notary, 359.

Mointague. See Montacute.

Molde, Thomas, priest, 271, 321.

Molesshe, John, monk, 220.

Molineux, Henry, 44.

-, -, Isabella his wife, 44.

-, William, clerk, member of Urban V.'s household, 9, 51.

Moliwe, Molrwe, diocese of Sodor, 224.

Molore, Antekil, esquire literate, 218.

Mombray, John. See Moubray.

Monagay, Moynachy [co. Limerick], 476.

Monesse, William, rector, 216.

Monfald. See Mouswald.

Mongeham, Monyngham [co. Kent], rector of, 216.

Monis, Thomas, merchant, 18, 100, 101, 104, 150.

Monk Bretton [co. York, W.R.], Benedictine monks of, 66, 303.

Monk Kirby [co. Warwick], alien priory, 537.

Monnesley. See Mundsley.

Monopoli [Apulia], James, bishop of, 422.

-, bishop of, 549.

Monros. See Montrose.

Mont or Mant, John, 35.

Montacute [co. Somerset], Cluniac monk of, 286.

-, Francis, prior of, 302.

Montacute, Monteacuto, Mountagu, Mointagu, Thomas, dean of Salisbury, 357, 386, 401, 457, 465.

-, William de, earl of Salisbury, 75, 114, 115, 126, 186.

-, Sibyl de, prioress of Amesbury, 539.

Montaigut, Peter Aycelin de, bishop of Nevers, 65.

Montalto [Marche], castle of, 143, 209.

Montauban, administrator of the see of, 12.

Montaut, Monte Alto, Raymund de, lord of Mussidan, 144.

Montayne, Richard, clerk, vicar, 377, 381, 468.

Montecatino, Anthony de, 309.

Monte Corvino [Campania], bishop of, 540.

Montefortino [Marche], castle of, 143, 154, 160, 209.

Montegomerici, Roger de, knight, 239.

Montegomery, Nicholas de, 442.

-, -, John his wife, 442.

Monteil de Gelat [dep. Puy de Dome], castle of, 2.

Monte Nero [Umbria near Rieti], 336.

Monte Rotondo [near Rome], 444.

Montesono, John de, Friar Preacher, 220.

Montferrat, John, Marquis of, 10.

Montfort, John de, duke of Brittany, 128.

Montigniaco, Theodore de, Austin Friar, 239.

Montjoux, Great St. Bernard [canton Valais], Augustinian monastery of, 439, 441.

Montmorency [dep. Seine-et-Oise], Charles, lord of, knight, hostage in England, 15.

Montpellier [Herault], letters dated at, 211.

-, governor of. See Prohins.

-, assembly of Hospitallers at, 8.

Montpont [Dordogne], castle of, 92.

Montros, Robert de, rector, 244.

Montrose, Monros, Monross [co. Forfar], vicar of, 76, 252.

Monymusk, Michael, bishop of Dunkeld, 101, 130, 150, 200, 226.

Monyngham, Stephen, monk, 220.

Monyton, Walter de, abbout of Glastonbury, 187, 188.

Moray, bishop of. See Bar.

-, -, 150.

-, canons of, 30, 71, 188, 237, 238, 255.

-, chaplain of, 188.

-, official of, 188.

-, precentors of. See Spyny; Boyl.

-, treasurers of. See Mar; Harkars; Chesholm.

Mordiford [co. Hereford], 413.

More, John, canon, 253, 254.

-, Thomas de, clerk, 422.

Morel, John, notary, 360.

-, William, priest, 483.

Morgan. See Margam.

Morgan ap Eynon, canon, 416.

Morgene, Morzene, John, Augustinian canon, 300.

Morholm. See Axholm.

Moritonibus, Bartholomew de, of Lucca, 280, 285.

Moriz, Morys, Richard, 70.

Morland [co. Westmoreland], 330.

Morle, Thomas de, knight, 375.

-, -, Anne his wife, 375.

Morley, Richard, 58.

Morpath, Robert, Augustinian friar, 308.

Morris, Nicholas, abbot of Waltham, 191.

Mortimer, Mortuo Mari, Joan, 482.

-, Edmund de, earl of March and Ulster, 76, 134, 192.

-, -, Philippa his wife, 76.

-, Marion de, widow, 496.

-, Philippa, countess of Arundel, 353, 391.

Mortivallis, Roger de, bishop of Salisbury, 208.

Morton Valence and Whaddon, Morton Waden [co. Gloucester], prebend of, in Hereford, 445, 461.

Morton, John, scholar, 353.

-, Robert Joneson de, rector, 368.

Mortuo Mari. See Mortimer.

Morwod, Robert, donsel, 491.

-, -, Matilda his wife, 491.

Morys, John. See Clere.

Mote, alias Wyllington, William, rector, 497.

Mottisfont [co. Southants], prior of, 437.

Moubray, Monbray, John, papal auditor, etc. 335, 418, 514.

-, See Mowbray.

Mouchan [Gers], 85.

Moulton, Multon, in Holland [co. Lincoln], 392.

Mount St. John [co. York], Hospitallers at, 15.

-, preceptor of Hospitallers at. See Quertone.

Mountagu. See Montacute.

Mouswald, Monfald [co. Dumfries], 84.

Mowbray, Moubray, John de, 50.

-, -, Elisabeth his wife, 50.

-, Thomas de, earl of Nottingham, 396, 520, 537.

-, -, Thomas his son, 396.

Moygne, Walter, knight, 90.

Moynachy. See Monagay.

Moysi. See Meysi.

Moysshan. See Mouchan.

Moyssida, Amaneus (Amedeus) de, knight, 254.

Muchelney, Mochylney [co. Somerset], abbot of. See Shepton.

Muckamore, Mokmore [co. Antrim], prior of, 474.

Mudiston, Simon, Augustinian canon, 522.

Mulcastre. See Muncaster.

Mulner, Henry, priest, 415.

Mulsa, Bertrand de la, 12.

Mulso, William de, S.C.L., 62.

-, William, dean of St. Martin's-leGrand, 60.

Multon in Holand. See Moulton.

Multon, Joan de, nun, 488.

-, John, Cistercian, 301.

-, Multone, Simon de, 64.

-, -, canon of York, 144, 216, 226.

Muncaster, Mulcastre [co. Cumberland], 367.

Munde, Thomas, Augustinian canon, 38.

Mundeforde, Osbert de, 485.

-, -, Elisabeth his wife, 485.

Mundsley, Monnesley [co. Norfolk], 74.

Munionis, Giles Sanctii, provost of Valencisa, papal nuncio, 109, 111, 112, 132135, 143, 146, 147, 184, 201, 203, 218, 219, 231.

Murles, Murlis, Murolis, Peter de, donsel, 118, 120, 124.

Muscell, William, Priest, 491.

Musgrave, Thomas, knight, 491.

Musselburgh, Muschilburgh, Muskilburgh [co. Edinburgh], 197.

-, hospital of St. Mary Magdalene, 252.

Mussidan [Dordogne], lord of. See Montaut.

Muston [co. Leicester], 66.

-, manor of 455.

Muthen, John, Friar Preacher, 309.

Mutzano, Petrolus de, 264.

Myddelton, Mylton. See Milton.

Mylton. See Milton.

Myton, Miton [co. York, E.R.], 217.

N

Nant, David, Friar Preacher, 312.

Nantes, Simon, bishop of, 55.

-, Peter, Urbanist bishop of, 539.

Nantolio, Reginald de, prior of Hospitallers in Aquitaine, 91.

Naples, 22, 23, 131.

-, Bernard, archbishop of, 139.

-, Nicholas, archbishop of, papal auditor, 463.

-, queen of. See Joan.

-, See also Sicily.

Napton, Richard, Cluniac, 454.

Narbonne, archbishop of. See Conzi.

-, canons of, 2, 6, 7, 18, 19, 87, 113.

-, See Cabrespino; Garnerii.

-, sacristan of, 25.

Nassington [co. Northants], prebend of, 168, 526.

Nassington, Roger de, canon, 326.

Nathoty de Geraldinis q.v.

Natuli, Natulus Bucii, Roman citizen, 274.

Naughton, Nauton, Naulton [co. Suffolk], 293, 488.

Naunton, Thomas de, knight, 388.

-, -, Margaret his wife, 388.

Nausoem, Belinus, notary, 360.

Navan [co. Meath], abbot of, 314, 344, 348.

Navarre, king of. See Charles.

-, merchants of, 114, 115.

-, nuncios in, 21, 53, 413.

Navesby, William de, archdeacon of Rochester, 186.

Nayssition. See Nassington.

Neel, Robert, papal notary, 320.

Nenagh, Nenach, Leuenchac [co. Tipp.], prior of St. John's by, 476.

Neritone, Nicholas de, Friar Minor, 278, 362.

Nerotii, Anthony, society of, 268.

-, Benedict, merchant of Florence, 29, 100, 101, 103, 104, 107, 110, 112, 117, 121, 151.

Nesbyt, John de, canou, 72.

Netherbury [co. Dorset], prebend of, in Salisbury, 366.

Netley, Lettele [co. Southampton], monk of, 314.

Neubo, Nubo [parish of Barrowby, co. Lincoln], abbot of, 527.

-, Premonstratensian canon of, 280, 362, 424.

Neueton Glandole. See Newton in Glendale.

Neuhagh. See Newhagh.

Neuhows. See Newhouse.

Neumarche, John, donsel, 132, 136.

-, Ralph, knight, 491.

-, -, Elizabeth his wife, 491.

Neunham. See Newenham.

Neuport, Andrew, donsel, 495.

-, -, Margaret his wife, 495.

-, John de, canon of London, 194.

-, Robert, donsel, 486.

-, -, Margery his wife, 486.

Neuton in Clifton. See Clifton.

Neuton, Novavilla, Simon de, donsel, 17, 28, 53, 98.

-, William de, priest, 41.

-, William, papal notary, 322.

-, William de, 74.

Nevers, bishop of. See Montaigut.

Nevill, Nevyle, Alexander de, archdeacon of Cornwall, archdeacon of Durham, archbishop of York, bishop of St. Andrews, 26, 91, 109, 111, 112, 132134, 147, 154, 160, 205, 212, 213, 218, 219, 222, 262, 271, 272, 326, 343.

-, John, lord of, 99.

Newark, Newerk [co. Notts], 452.

Newbald, South [co. York], 327.

Newbyggung. See Hitchin.

Newcastle-on-Tyne, rural dean of, 45.

-, brethren of St. Mary's hospital, 292, 296, 308.

-, Friars Minor at, 297.

-, St. Nicholas's, 45.

Newchurch [co. Southants], 371, 373.

Neweburi [co. Essex], manor of, 439.

Neweman, Thomas, priest, 186.

Newenham, Niweham [parish of Axminster, co. Devon], monk of, 204.

-, Neunham [co. Bedford], canons of, 265, 495.

-, -, prior of, 66.

-, -, prior and convent of, 416, 424.

-, -, priory of, 40.

Newent, Richard, rector, 386.

Newerk, Alan de, ambassador of Richard II. 321.

-, John, donsel, 494.

Newestede, monastery of, diocese of London, 31.

Newetetymbre, Robert, Augustinian canon, 275.

Newhagh, Nauhagh, William de, archdeacon of Chester, 533, 534.

Newhous, Neuhows. See Newsham.

Newich, prebend of. See Roskeen.

Newlyn, John, priest, 529.

Newman, John, citizen, 489.

-, -, Isabella his wife, 489.

Newmarche, John, donsel, 95.

Newport, Thomas, abbot of St. Werburg's, Chester, 70, 88.

-, William, rector, 65.

Newsham, Newsum, Newhous, Neuhows, [parish of Brocklesby, co. Lincoln], abbot of, 330, 514, 526.

-, abbot and convent of, 424.

New Town [in Pencaitland parish, co. Haddington], Sowthsyde of, 243.

Newton, Neueton, in Glendale [co. Northumberland], 33.

-, Long, Langnewenton [co. Durham], 446, 464.

Newtyle [co. Forfar], 238.

Nice, provost of. See Amedey.

Nichol, Gilbert, priest, 405.

Nicholas, the Regestrator, 180.

Nicol, William, Augustinian canon, 275.

Nicolai, Nicholai, Bernard, merchant of Florence, 103, 112, 148, 151.

-, Martonus, citizen of Ancona, 313.

-, Thomas de. See Albertis.

-, William, 499.

Nieuport, William, donsel, 220.

Nigel, a messenger, 114.

Nigelli, Dampnaldus, rector, 224.

Nigris, Laurence de, papal collector, 420.

Nimes, bishop of. See Deaux.

Niewham. See Newenham.

Noble, Walter, priest, 135.

Nocton [co. Lincoln], Augustinian canon of, 305.

Noioun, William, priest, 209.

Noktonparke. See Nocton.

Noli [Liguria], bishop of, 531, 541.

Nonantola [province of Modena], Nicholas, abbot of, nuncio to England, papal referendary, 278, 279, 294296, 298, 299, 383.

Norbate. See Borbache.

Norden, Geoffrey, 46.

Noreys, John, Augustinian canon, 35.

Norfolk, archdeacon of, 374, 467, 506, 526.

-, -, See Press; Blyth; Dardani; Middelton.

Norham [co. Northumberland], 57.

Norman, John, clerk, 428.

-, William, Priest, 30.

Normanton [co. York], 497.

Normantone, Normanton, Edmund, Augustinian friar, 309.

-, Robert de, preceptor of Balshal, 15, 51.

Norreis, Norreys, Alan, clerk, 364, 496.

Northe, Richard, of Waldneuton, rector, 179.

Northalis, Richard, bishop of Ossory, 266, 270, 348.

Northampton, archdeacon of, 404, 405, 429.

-, -, See Buckingham; Askeby.

-, archdeaconry of, 173.

-, church of All Saints, 411.

-, monks of the Cluniac priory, 286, 454.

-, John, Cluniac prior of, 454.

-, Augustinian canon of St. James's, 297.

Northampton, Richard, 271.

Northburg, No[r]thburgo, Michael, bishop of London, 172, 505.

-, Michael de, canon of Chichester, 190.

Northenden, Northworthyn [co. Cheshire], rector of, 165.

Northfelde, John, rector, 495.

Northfurse. See Furze Hill.

Northmanyle, Robert, donsel, 211.

-, -, Margaret his wife, 211.

-, -, Johanneta his wife, 211.

Northorpe [co. Lincoln], 90.

Northumberland, archdeacon of, 452, 472.

-, earl of. See Percy.

Northwold [co. Norfolk], 74.

Northworthyn. See Northenden.

Norton [co. Chester], prior of, 34.

-, Richard, prior of, afterwards abbot, 405, 408, 411.

-, the priory erected into an abbey, 405.

-, [co. Durham], prebend of, 377.

-, [co. Kent], 397.

-, Bavant [co. Wilts], 517.

-, Canon [co. Hereford], prebend of, in Hereford, 467.

-, Veel [in Norton Fitz Warren, co. Somerset], cemetery of, 357.

Norton, John, Augustinian canon, 309.

-, John de, priest, 497, 498.

-, Thomas, notary, 360.

-, William, notary, 533.

-, -, rector, 358, 424.

Norway, 261.

-, queen of. See Margaret.

Norwich, 290.

-, archdeacon of, 470.

-, -, See Swinflet.

-, bishop of, 341, 369, 386, 389, 400, 503, 514.

-, -, See Percy; Spencer; Bateman.

-, citizen of, 485.

-, monks of, 310, 525.

-, offical of, 65, 81, 196, 197, 319.

-, prior of. See Hoo; Totington.

-, prior and chapter of, 477, 514, 518, 520, 522, 525.

-, Carrow, Carow, monastery by, 373.

-, St. Clement in Conysforde, 373.

-, church of St. John Baptist, 407.

-, St. Leonard in Bosco without, 47, 373.

-, St. Mary's chapel in the Fields, 407.

-, hospital of St. Paul of the Normans, 525.

-, -, master of. See Lenne.

Norwico, William de, rector of Stanhope, 46.

Noseley, Nouesle [co. Leicester], 454.

Nostell, St. Oswald's [co. York], prior of, See Derford.

-, -, canon of, 307.

Nottely. See Nutley.

Nottingham, 291, 528.

-, official of archdeacon of, 209.

-, St. Mary's hospital, 450.

-, earl of. See Mowbray.

Nottingham, William de, clerk, 81.

Notyngam, Ralph de, rector and canon, 68.

Nouesle. See Noseley.

Novaria, Bartholomew de, consistorial advocate, nuncio to England, 288, 289, 296.

Novavilla, Simon de, Scutifer Viridis. See Neuton.

Novolapide, Sigerus de, dean of St. Servatius, Maestricht, 155.

Noyon, canon of, See Mauberti.

Noyon, William, rector, 317.

Nubo. See Neubo.

Nubrygge, Roger, rector, 491.

Nuneaton [co. Warwick], nun and prioress of. See Everhusen.

-, Margaret, prioress of, 400.

Nutini, Matthew, of Lucca, 262.

Nutley, Nottley [co. Bucks], abbot and convent of, 396.

Nydeegen, William de, O.S.B., 281.

Nye, Peter, papal notary, 322, 325.

Nykelyng, Robert, vicar, 472.

O

O'Brennan, St. Brandan de Antro [co. Kerry], 73.

[For other names beginning with O', see under Y.]

Obryen, Bernard, prince of Thomond, 488.

O'Carroll, Thomas, archbishop of Tuam, archbishop elect of Cashel, 48, 106.

Oceandunan, John, rector, 442.

Ocerry, Oteny, Patrick, dean of Armagh, 63.

Ochachyearna, Dennis, canon, 530.

Ochonchur. See O'Connor.

Ochahil, Maurice, archdeacon of Kilmacduagh, 450.

Ochonchur. See O'Connor.

Ochynnerigi, Malachy. See Ohynneri.

Ocolman Thomas, Friar Minor, archbishop of Armagh, 206, 242, 246.

Ocoggaran, Maurice, notary, 503.

Oconchur, Oconchvyn. See O'Connor.

Oconey, Cornelius, canon of Tuam, 246.

Oconeyll, Oconyll, Nicholas, canon, 471, 505.

O'Connor, Ochonchur, Oconcowr, Oconchvyn, David, chancellor of Ardfert, 172.

-, Dermitius, a Friar Preacher, prior and lector of Roscommon, 161.

-, Malachi, canon of Elphin, 174.

-, Maurice, donsel, 341.

-, Theodoric, rector, 540.

Ocormacain, William, archbishop of Tuam, bishop of Clonfert, 459.

-, Thomas, bishop of Killaloe, 35, 48, 58, 64.

Ocuynn, Thady, Benedictine, 308.

Odai. See Odeayg.

O'Dea, Thomas, bishop of Ferns, 449.

Odeayg, Odai, Cornelius, archdeacon of Killaloe, 478475.

Odeaygh, Donatus de, canon, 413.

Odendehuga. See Odoudelinga.

Odeoroghayn, Maurice, rector, 529.

Odiochyn. See O'Drugain.

Odonchaga, Laurence, canon, 313.

Odonnalayn, Thady, Augustinian canon, 382.

Odonwayn, Donatus, canon, 475, 476.

Odoudelinga, Odendehuga, Laurence, archdeacon of Kilmacduagh, 450, 471.

Odoughe, John, priest, 472.

Odrochyn. See O'Drugain.

O'Drugain, Odrochyn, Odiochyn, Nicholas, priest, 215.

Odubgilla, Denis, dean of Kilmacduagh, 449.

O'Dullachan, Philip, archdeacon of Clonmacnoise, 45.

Odunnay, Gilbert, canon, 403.

Oeachbuayg, Nicholas, vicar, 530.

Ofeargayl, Richard, clerk, 509, 513.

O'Feely, Patrick, chancellor of Ardfert, 172.

Offaly [co. Kildare], Maurice O'Connor of, 341.

Offeargayl, John, 74.

-, See also Ofratghila, Ofeargayl.

Offewelle, John, priest, 333.

Offine, Peter, papal notary, 321.

Offinghen, Thomas son of Henry, Carmelite, 290.

Offord, Thomas de, rector, 82.

Offynton, Hamo de, abbot of Battle, 75, 204.

Oflamnara, Thomas, priest, 472.

O'Fraic, John, bishop of Ardagh, 504.

Ofratghila, Christopher, dean of Armagh, 63.

Ofyni, Denis, vicar, 413.

Ogan, Walter, 487.

-, -, Margaret his wife, 487.

Ogbourne, Okeburn, Okenbourn [co. Wilts], William, prior of, 80.

-, prior of, 412.

Ogdredi, Walter, clerk, 513.

O'Grada, Thomas, canon, 346.

O'Grady, Ograde, John, archdeacon of Cashel, archbishop of Tuam, 49, 92.

Ohalphyn, Gyllaseanayn, priest, 530.

Ohangaly (O'Hanley), Nemea, canon, 476.

Ohuallachayn, Robert, canon, 417.

Ohuollachayn, Gillacius, canon, 413.

Ohydyrsgol (O'Driscol), Matthew, archdeacon of Ross, 474.

Ohykyga, Patrick, Benedictine prior of St. Peter's without Ratisbon, 522.

Ohymayr, Malachy, M.B., precentor of Killaloe, archdeacon of Kilfenora, 331, 332, 405, 472.

-, See Ohynneri.

Ohynnen, William, Cistercian, 414.

Ohynneri, Ochynnerigi, Ymergi, Malachy, dean of Elphin, 246, 367, 417, 475.

-, See Ohymayri.

O'Keall, Nicholas, canon, 420.

-, O'Kelly, Thady, dean of Elphin, 365, 367, 417.

O'Kearwill, John, priest, 314.

Okeburn, Okenbourne. See Ogbourne.

O'Kellayg, Malachy, clerk, 546.

O'Kelly, Maurice, bishop of Clonfert, archbishop of Tuam, 245, 313, 382, 459.

O'Kennedig, Donald, rector, 476.

Olachnan, William, canon, 420.

Oldon, William, rector, 329.

Oleachloyr (O'Lawlor or Lalor), Congal, canon, 529.

-, Maurice, vicar, 529.

Olean, Gilbert, canon, 313.

-, John, bishop of Clonfert, 313.

Oleggio [Piedmont], 23.

Oliver, William, Cistercian, 274.

Olney [co. Bucks], 75.

Olney, John, lord of Weston (Underwood), 204, 216, 224.

-, -, Denise his wife, 204, 216.

Oloron, William, bishop of, 165.

Oltham, Gilbert, archedeacon of Kilmacduagh, 449.

Oluchan, Michael, abbot of SS. Peter and Paul, Armagh, 538.

Olucherem. See Loughran.

Omachan, John, bishop of Derry, 176, 480.

Omochan, John, canon of Elphin, 246.

Omochlehayn, John, vicar, 408, 409.

Omolbride, Denis, alias Donald, priest, 470.

Omolkarcar, Omolcharchra, Gerald, canon, 429, 472.

Omolcorkara, Thomas, canon, 472.

Omundh, Nollan, priest, 541.

Omugyssa, Maurice, canon, 332, 417.

Oneachtayn, John, clerk, 392, 420.

Onell, John de, archdeacon of, Connor, 475.

Opton. See Upton Pyne.

Oran More, Fuaran Mor [co. Galway], 414.

Orby, William de, priest, 492.

Orense (Aurien.) Daldes d [Spain], bishop of, 60.

Orkney, archdeacon of, 385.

-, bishop of. See Colchester.

-, John, bishop of (13901393), 336, 385.

-, -, translated to Greenland, 481.

-, William, bishop of, 336.

-, Henry II. bishop of, 481, 538.

-, -, canon of, 385.

-, papal collector in diocese of. See Peblis.

Orleans, duke of. See Valois.

-, university of, 237.

Ormerdine, 90.

Ormond, countess of. See Butler.

Ormsby, Hormesby, South [co. Lincoln], 496.

Ormskirk [co. Lancaster], William Spensere of, 266.

Orogonya, Adam, canon, 428.

Orpington [co. Kent], 180, 384, 468.

Orta, Peter de, preceptor of the hospital of the Holy Ghost in Saxia, 283.

Orton, John Hugonis de, Friar Minor, 283.

-, William, Augustinian friar, 282.

Orwell. See Horewelle.

Osbarne. See Kentusdene.

Osbournby [co. Lincoln], 452.

Oselvestan, Oselveston. See Owston.

Oseney, Hoseney, Ossney, Hosten [co. Oxford], abbot of, 83, 358, 425, 502.

-, abbot and convent of, 376.

-, canons of, 307, 483, 495.

Osmundeston, William de, canon of Limoges, 167.

Ossory, bishop of, 504.

-, -, See Northalis.

-, canon of, 417.

-, dean of, 417.

-, See Felda; Waforton.

-, indulgence for the conservation of the church of, 508.

Ossulluayn (O'sullivan), Dennis, vicar, 530.

Ossullewayn (O'sullivan), Gilbert, archdeacon of Aghadoe, 540.

Oswaldkirk [co. York], 370.

Osyngweld, Robert, clerk, 429.

-, William, clerk, 430.

Oteny. See Ocerry.

Otford, Otteford [co. Kent], 71.

Oth. See Worth.

Otham [co. Kent], 177.

Otho and Ottobon, statutes of, 511.

Otnonia, Mark, priest, 530.

Otranto, city of, 8.

Otteley, Robert, vicar, 493, 498.

-, William de, monk, 80.

Ottobon, Othobon, cardinal deacon of St. Adrian's, constitution of, 213.

Oudeby, John de, archdeacon of Stafford, 194, 212, 418.

Oulcotes, William de, rector, 78.

Oulmes [Loire Infrieure], chapel of St. Mary, 242.

Oundle, Oundel [co. Northants], rector of, 164.

Outheby. See Oudeby.

Overlonde, Edmund, Carmelite, 207.

Overtan, John, Friar Preacher, 313.

Overton, Henry de, abbot of Peterborough, 164.

Ovestanhopburn. See Westernhopeburn.

Owen. See Oyne.

Oweyn ap Jevan Dew, priest, 470.

Oweyn, Robert, priest, 496.

Owsthrop Margaret, 482.

Owston, Oselvestan, Oselveston [co. Leicester], abbot of, 424, 477.

-, canon of, 293.

Ox, Andrew de, rector, 206.

Oxegate. See Oxgate.

Oxenden [co. Northants], 346.

Oxford, archdeacon of, 197, 329, 374, 387, 410, 415, 421, 463, 467, 478, 526.

-, -, See Southam.

-, All Saints', 81.

-, Balliol college, 41.

-, New, otherwise Seincte Marie College of Winchester, 355, 391, 437, 439, 440.

-, Queen's Hall, 37.

-, chancellor of the university, 52, 66, 81, 83.

-, Canterbury Hall, 213.

-, prior of St. Frideswide's, 502.

-, -, See Wallingforde.

-, canons of St. Frideswide's, 283, 296.

-, abbot of Rewley, 360, 529, 535.

-, monk of Rewley, 291, 524, 528.

-, university of, and students at, 32, 36, 37, 40, 52, 57, 60, 61, 66, 68, 78, 83, 196, 198, 206, 220, 239, 256, 356, 378, 403, 413, 438, 445, 466, 471, 473, 474.

-, earl of. See Vere.

Oxgate, Oxegate [co. Middlesex], in Willesden, prebend of, in London, 194.

Oyne, Owen [co. Aberdeen], prebend of, 226.