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Index of Persons and Places: P, Q, R

Pages 603-610

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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Padua, 10.

Paer. See Puer.

Painswick, Payneswyk [co. Gloucester], 520.

Pakyngton, William, rector of Ivinghoe, 190.

Palmere, Agnes, 447.

-, John, priest, 287.

-, Thomas, canon, 341, 418.

Pampel, Stephen, canon, 47.

Pampeluna, bishop of, 44.

-, Bernard, bishop of. See Folcaut.

Panato, Peter de, lord of Coupiac, 17, 19.

Panoth, John, notary, 503.

Pantaleonibus, Dominic de, Friar Preacher, 59, 83.

Pape, Richard, rector, 198.

Papedy, Thomas, layman, 325.

-, -, Agnes his wife, 325.

Paramet. See Perraunt.

Parch, Park, John, rector, 292, 347, 477.

Parchemini, John, rector, 213.

Pardus, Martin son of, 71.

-, Pardus son of, 71.

Paris, bishop of. See Maignac.

-, canon of. See Carici.

-, chancellor of, 36, 37, 68, 78, 239.

-, -, See Calore.

-, offical of, 85.

-, prior of St. Martin-des-Champs, 102, 183.

-, university of, 59, 61, 68, 73, 83, 206, 237, 238.

-, Florentine merchants at, 110, 112, 149.

-, Friars Minors at, 200, 204.

-, foreign students at, 162, 164, 173, 188, 194, 197, 200, 216.

-, papal nuncios at, 184.

Park. See Parch.

Parker, Thomas, abbot of Tewkesbury, 457.

-, William, donsel, 493.

-, -, Joan his wife, 493.

Parlabone, John, Cistercian, 304.

Parma, 119, 136.

Parma, Gerard de, Aldegeris of, donsel, 267, 268.

Parre, John de, clerk, 70.

Partney, Partenay [co. Lincoln], 329, 486.

Parys, William, 393.

-, -, Sibyl Leton his wife, 393.

Paslew, Thomas, Cistercian, 315.

Passau [Bavaria], 474, 522.

Passenham, Pasnam [co. Northampton], 333.

Pastoun. See Peaston.

Pastoun, Isabella de, 199.

Patcham, Peccham [co. Sussex], 181, 396.

Patenay, John, rector, 210.

Patrik, John, priest, 400.

Patrikysholm. See St. Patrick's Isle.

Pattesle, Thomas, rector, 512.

Pattowe, Adam de, rector, 30.

Paveli, Alice, 48.

Pavelino, John de, prior of Hospitallers, 15, 51.

Pavia, 114.

Paxton, John, donsel, 487.

-, -, Joan his wife, 487.

-, John, layman, 490.

-, -, Joan his wife, 490.

-, Thomas de, papal chaplain and auditor, 15, 30, 65, 86.

Payn, John, Augustinian canon, 297.

-, Roger, canon, 57.

Payneswyk. See Painswick.

Pe, Bidon de, captain of Miremont, 136.

Peachley, Pothesleye [par. of Hallow, co. Worcester], chapel of St. Giles, 48.

Peaston, Pastoun [co. Haddington], chapel of, 243.

Peblis, Pebelis, Plebis, John de, treasurer of Glasgow, archdeacon of St. Andrews, nuncio and collector in Scotland, bishop of Dunkeld, the king's chancellor, 64, 73, 83, 109, 112, 113, 152, 153, 158 160, 195, 246, 248.

Peccham. See Patcham.

Pecham, John de, rector, 204.

-, Michael de, abbot of St. Augustine's, Canterbury, 205.

Pederton, Robert, Augustinian canon, 302.

Pederton. See Petherton.

Peing, Nicholas, Friar Preacher, 288.

Peke, William, papal notary, 319, 360.

Pelegrini, Hugh, Treasurer of Lichfield, sometime collector in England, 62, 92, 114.

-, Raymund, canon, nuncio, and collector to the camera of Urban V., 1, 18.

Pelham, Ralph de, monk, 69.

Pelmore, Polmore, William de, archdeacon of St. Andrews, 71.

Pelton [co. Durham]. See Chester-le-Street.

Pembroke, countess of. See Sancto Paulo; Margaret.

-, earl of. See Hastings.

Pencaitland, Penetelant [co. Haddington], 243.

Penkridge, Pentrich [co. Stafford], canon of, 9.

Penna [Abruzzi], bishop of, 297, 463.

Penryn, Glaston, Glaseney [co. Cornwall], canon of, 338, 346, 395, 399, 408, 458, 545.

-, provost of, 346, 363, 399.

-, See Cullyng.

Penrys, John, subdeacon, 185.

Pensford, Pendesford [co. Somerset], 89.

Pentelant. See Pencaitland.

Pentlar. See Fetlar.

Penymaystre, John, papal notary, 318.

Pepulis, John de, knight, 17.

Percy, Parcy, Henry, lord de, earl of Northumberland, 126, 132, 136, 334.

-, Thomas, bishop of Norwich, 6, 56, 82, 88, 94.

-, Thomas de, knight, seneschal of Poitiers, 94.

Peres, Perer, Roger, archdeacon of Gloucester, 187.

Prigueux [Dordogne], 17.

-, bishop of. See Pin.

Perkiin, Robert, priest, 310.

Perour or Petrus, John, canon, 58.

Perpignan [Pyrnees Orientales], 256.

Perrers, Alice, 96.

Perraunt, Perrut, Paramet, John, donsel, 111, 143.

Pers, Thomas, 45.

Pershore, Persiore, Persshore [co. Worcester], abbot and convent of, 415, 524.

-, monastery of, 499.

Perth, letter dated at, 33.

Perugia, 444.

-, bishop of, 297.

-, Augustine, bishop of, 463.

-, council, commune, and officials of, 264.

-, governors and commune of, 28.

-, priors of the arts of, 264.

-, citizen of, 266.

-, city of, 268.

Perys, Margaret, 487.

Pesal. See Swyninton.

Pestello, Guy de, canon, 97.

-, -, knight, 98.

Peter, king of Aragon, 21, 92, 139.

-, the Cruel, king of Castile, 21.

-, king of Portugal, 21.

[Peter], cardinal of Bourges. See Cardinal bishops of Ostia.

-, -, St. Laurence's in Damaso. See Cardinal priests.

-, -, St. Mary's in Trastevere. See Cardinal bishops of Ostia.

Peterborough [co. Northants], abbot of.See Overton.

-, abbot and convent of, 50, 59, 182, 424.

-, monk of, 302.

Petherton, Pederton, South [co. Somerset], 502.

Petir, Richard, rector, 477.

Petit, Duncan, archdeacon of Whitehern, provost of St. Andrews, 82, 181, 247, 248.

Peuesey. See Pewsey.

Peverel, Andrew de, knight, 46, 49.

-, John de, rector, 67.

Pewne, Hugh de, Augustinian friar, 302.

Pewsey, Peuesey [co. Wilts], 527.

Peykirke, Peykyrke, Peykirbe, William de, canon, 73.

-, Richard de, Augustinian canon, 74.

Peynchebeck, William, Augustinian canon, 267.

Peyntowr, Richard, 486.

-, -, Matilda his wife, 486.

Peyroni, Bartholomew, 207.

Peyrusse, La (Petruccia) [dep. Aveyron], castle of, 11.

Phelip, Roger, Augustinian canon, 309.

Philip, duke of Burgundy. See Burgundy.

Philipot, John, 76.

-, -, Joan his wife, 76.

Philippa, queen, 14, 24, 40, 48, 57, 64, 68, 78.

-, queen of Portugal and Algarve, 367.

Philippenson, William, 487.

-, -, Alice his wife, 487.

Piacenza, 114, 122, 137.

-, archdeacon of. See Rozolo.

Picque, Richard, archbishop of Reims, 221.

Pictavia, Aymar VI. de, count of Valentinois, 9.

Picwell, William de, canon of Beverley, 85.

Piel, Pyel, Henry, archdeacon of Buckingham, 72, 77.

Piers, William, notary, 361.

Pikiering, Adam, priest, 148.

Pileus, archbishop of Ravenna. See Cardinal priests, St. Praxed's.

Pin, Peter, bishop of Prigueux, 23, 95.

Pins, Pinibus, Roger de, master of the Hospitallers, 7, 91.

Piperno, Nicholas de, papal writer, 277.

Pipewell, Pikwell, Pippewelle [co. Northants], abbot of, 416, 436.

-, abbot and convent of, 65.

-, Cistercian monk of, 303.

-, chapel of St. Mary, 544.

Pirrone, Pyroun, William, canon, 258, 407.

Pisa, 3, 8, 139.

-, Hospitallers at, 13.

-, port of, 131.

-, university of, 162.

Pistoja, citizen of, 71.

Pittes, Richard, rector, 507.

Pittington, Pydyngton [co. Durham], 85.

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

Plauntfoly, Simon, priest, 493.

Plebis. See Peblis.

Plemonstall, Pleymondestow [co. Chester], 533.

Plessis, Richard, dean of St. Mary-le-Bow, London, 81.

Pleymondestow. See Plemonstall.

Ploys, John, knight, 136.

Plucker, Henry, Friar Minor, 309.

Plumland, Margaret, 499.

Plymouth, Sutton by Plympnouth [co. Devon], 376, 404.

Plympton [co. Devon], prior and convent of, 74, 338, 459.

Poding, John, Augustinian canon, 223.

Poitiers, dean of. See Revelhone.

-, provost of the church of. See Domandi.

-, sacristan of. See Loberto.

-, St. Cyprian's, abbot of, 94.

-, Poitou, seneschal of, 12.

-, -, See Percy.

Pokerich. See Puckeridge.

Poklyngton, William, Gilbertine, 303.

Pole [co. Devon], prebend in Crediton, 345.

Pole, John, papal notary, 322.

-, John de la, canon, 369, 409.

-, Michael de la, knight, 132, 221, 409.

-, -, Catherine, wife of, 221.

-, William de la, knight, 8, 9, 91.

Polesworth, Pollesworth [co. Warwick], Agnes, abbess and convent of, 78.

Polignac [Haute-Loire], Armand, viscount of, 20.

Pollard, William, 488.

-, -, Alice his wife, 488.

Polle, Robert, 488.

-, -, Margery his wife, 488.

Polmore. See Pelmore.

Polsloe, Polslo [parish of Heavitree, co. Devon], prioress and convent of, 470.

Polton, Thomas, archdeacon of Taunton, papal abbreviator, 292, 331, 528.

Pomeriis, Amaneus de, knight, 105.

-, John de, lord of Leacun, knight, 136.

Ponchardon. See Puncheston.

Pons [Charente Infrieure], letters dated at. 94.

-, Reginald, lord of, 96.

Ponsholt. See Punsholt.

Pontchardon. See Punchardon.

Ponto, Anthony de, papal auditor, 332.

Ponynges. See Poynings.

Ponyngis, Thomas, lord of St. John, 353.

-, See Poynings.

Pope, Stephen, notary, 361.

Popham, John de, canon, 185.

Popilton, John de, clerk, 269.

-, Robert, 488.

-, -, Megot his wife, 488.

Pore, Gilbert, priest, 492.

Porey, John, Friar Preacher, 312.

Porilond, Roger, Carmelite, 207.

Porrecombe, William, papal notary, 322.

Porter, Richard, priest, 483.

Portisham, Portesham [co. Dorset], 342.

Portugal, 301.

-, king of. See Peter; Ferdinand; John.

-, Minorite province of, 162.

-, -, nuncio in, 21, 413.

Portugalensis, Thomas, Friar Minor, 161.

Portu Patrum [co. Galway], St. Mary's abbey de. See Annadown.

Possewick, Richard, of Avignon, canon, 381, 475.

Potenza, Nicholas, bishop elect of, papal auditor, 459, 479.

Pothesleye, chapel of St. Giles. See Peachley.

Potterne, Potern [co. Wilts], prebend of, in Salisbury, 463.

Potton [co. Bedford], 337.

Potyn, William, archdeacon of Salisbury, 406.

Pouher, John, Friar Minor, 30.

Pouere, John, priest, 419.

Poydras, John, rector, 325.

Poynings, Ponynges [co. Sussex], Blanche, lady of, 220.

-, See also Ponyngis.

Prague, diocese of, 30.

Prata, John, canon, 338.

Prato [Tuscany], provost of St. Stephen's.

See Francisci, Bartholomew.

Prato, William de, Friar Minor, 36.

Prees, Preys [co. Salop], 473, 494.

-, William Couper of, clerk, 227.

Prees, Prots, Prets, Robert, archdeacon of Norfolk, 196, 429.

Prendirgest, Robert de, layman, 325.

Pres, John, papal chaplain, 290, 528.

Pressen, John, Augustinian friar, 312.

-, William de, 74.

Prestbury [co. Gloucester], 520.

Preston [co. Lanc.], lazar hospital at, 90.

Preston, Elizabeth de, widow, 220.

-, John, monk, 404, 523.

-, -, notary, 359.

Preston Wynne [co. Hereford], prebend of Hereford, 70.

Prestwold [co. Leicester], 415.

Prestwold, John, Gilbertine canon, 414.

-, William de, master of Sempringham, 69, 182, 453.

Prets. See Prees.

Preynton, Hugh de, priest, 169.

Prior, Robert, priest, 353.

Priston, William de, papal notary, 319.

Prittlewell, Prytwelle [co. Essex], prior and convent, of, 214.

Privett, Pryvet, [co. Hants], Holy Trinity, 356.

Priz, John, Friar Preacher, 312.

Prohins, Prohinis, Pruinis, Pruhynis, Guy de, knight, governor of Montpellier, envoy of Urban V. to prince Edward and Charles V., 14, 118, 120.

Prophete, John, dean of Hereford, 354, 510.

Provence, claim of John of Gaunt to, 99, 169.

-, seneschal of. See Spinello.

Prowet, Gregory, Cistercian, 303.

Pruet, John, Friar Preacher, 308.

-, -, prior of St. Botolph's, Colchester, 35, 38, 69.

Prussia, pagans in, 19.

Prytwelle. See Prittlewell.

Pryvet. See Privett.

Puckeridge, Pokerich [co. Herts], 517.

Puer, Paer, Philip, knight, 120.

Puge, John, layman, 489.

Pullynge, Richard, vicar, 534.

Pulton, Nicholas de, Cistercian, 312.

Punchardon, Pontchardon, Richard de, knight, ambassador of prince Edward to Urban V., 24, 56.

Punche, John, Cistercian monk, 285.

Puncheston, Ponchardon [co. Pembroke], 346.

Punsholt, Ponsholt in West Meon [co. Hants], 356.

Purcell, William, notary, 503.

Puret, William, 12.

Puycornet [Tarn-et-Garonne], lord of. See Calciata.

Pydyngton. See Pittington.

Pyel. See Piel.

Pyk, John, Augustinian canon, 272.

Pyke, Agnes, 484.

Pykyt, William, priest, 493.

Pyleton, Ralph de, priest, 74.

Pympel, Stephen, dean of Wells, 65, 80.

Pynkirton, William de, priest, 199.

Pyroun, William, See Pirrone.

Pyry, Giles, 484.

-, -, Joan his wife, 484.

Q

Queensferry [co. Fife and Linlithgow], 44.

Querclin. See Guesclin.

Querneby, John, rector, 74.

Quertone, Quercone, Richard de, preceptor of the Hospitallers of Mount St. John, 15, 51.

Quetlex. See Whixley.

Quimballo, Aycardus de, chancellor of Toulouse, 161, 166.

Quin, Robert, 21.

Quinchald, Richard, 441.

-, -, Isabella his wife, 441.

Quinzano [province of Verona], 275.

Quitwelschell, parish of Stanhope, q.v.

Quixlay. See Whixley.

Quylt. See Cults.

Quyxley, Robert, Augustinian canon, 307.

Qwytkyk. See Whitekirk.

R

Raby, William de, Augustinian Friar, 34.

Rackeseye, Robert de, 46.

Racuni. See Ratuni.

Rad, Thomas, Friar Minor, 310.

Radeford. See Worksop.

Rae, William, bishop of Glasgow, 34, 39, 44.

Ragenhill, William de, rector, 29, 163.

Ragoma, Oderic de, papal auditor, 469.

Railstown, Regale [co. Tipperary], prebend of Cashel, 542.

Ralph, lord of Louppy-le-Chteau, 9, 10.

Ralph, bishop of Sinigaglia. See Sinigaglia.

Rampton. See Bampton.

Ramsey [co. Hunt], abbot of, 330, 527.

-, abbot and convent of, 50, 64, 165, 197, 337, 338, 412, 423.

Randolf, Robert, priest, 286.

Raphoe, bishop of, 246.

-, Cornelius, bishop of, 74.

Ratford, Ratforthe, William, sub-dean of York, canon of Southwell, 188, 189, 207.

-, See also Retford.

Ratheman, John, priest, 165.

Ratisbon, St. Peter's without, prior of. See Ohykyga.

-, Scots monastery at, 522.

-, Matthew, abbot of, 522.

Rattlesden [co. Suffolk], 372, 379, 466.

Ratuni, or Racuni, Graciottus, clerk, 425, 428.

Raundys, John, notary, 359.

Ravenna, archbishop of. See Gentilis.

-, -, See Cardinal bishops of Tusculum.

-, abbot of St. John the Evangelist, 123.

Ravensdale, Michael de, rector, 197, 198.

Ravenser, Eustace, prioress of Stixwould, 482.

-, John de, 269, 422.

-, Richard de, archdeacon of Lincoln, provost of Beverley, 64, 269, 326, 367, 387.

-, Thomas de, rector, 333.

Ravenser Odd, Ravenesrodde, Ravoneserodde [Holderness], 217, 218.

-, Raveneser [Holderness], 218.

Raw, John, canon, 458.

Raymund, lord of Sigoyer, 10.

Raymundi, John, the younger, donsel, 89.

Raynaldi, John, citizen, 490.

-, -, John his wife, 490.

Raynold, William, rector, 307.

Read, Reade, Robert, bishop of Lismore and Waterford, and of Carlisle and Chichester, 480, 535, 539.

-, William, bishop of Chichester, 94, 165, 173, 177, 239.

Real. See Ryhall.

Reddenhall [co. Norfolk], 350.

Rede, John, archdeacon of Cork and dean of Waterford, 402, 542.

-, Thomas, prior of Frithelstock, 374.

-, William, rector, 544.

Redenesse, Redevesse, James, Augustinian canon, 277, 361.

Redes, Isabella, 488.

Redhall, Irue, Irow [par. of Templecorran, co. Antrim], 475.

Ree, William, papal notary, 321.

Regale. See Railstown.

Reggio d'Emilia, 119.

Reims, archbishop of. See Craon.

-, -, See Picque.

-, collectors in the province of. See Cabrespino, Mauberti.

Remis, Doynus de, proctor at Rome, 369.

Rempston, Remeston [co. Notts], 208, 211.

Rendham [co. Suffolk], 358.

Renou, Simon de, archbishop of Tours, 65.

Repham, Henry, vicar, 452.

Repynghale. See Rippingale.

Rerresby. See Revesby.

Resselhous. See Roussillon.

Retford, East [co. Notts], John de Carleton of, 320.

Retford, Richard de, rector, 31.

-, See also Ratford.

Rettendon, Retyngdon [co. Essex], 181.

Reve, Thomas le, bishop of Waterford and Lismore, 35, 36, 48, 64, 85, 185, 480.

Reveillon, Revelhone, John de, dean of Poitiers, envoy and papal nuncio, bishop of Sarlat, 2, 6, 93, 139.

Revel, or Reuel, Nicholas, rector, 61.

Revelhone. See Reveillon.

Revesby, Rewesby, Rerresby [co. Lincoln], abbot of, 415, 532.

-, Cistercian monk of, 287, 487.

-, lay brother of, 486, 492.

Rewesby. See Revesby.

Rewley. See Oxford.

Rexergue, William, citizen, 46.

Reynes, John, rector, 400.

Reynold, Alice, 486.

Reys, Francon de, Carmelite, 290.

-, John, canon, 73.

Reys. See Keys.

Rhodes, 4, 15, 25, 26.

-, Hospitallers at, 140, 141.

-, master of, 142.

-, turcopolier of, 141.

Rialhaco, Raimund de, monk, 11.

Ricardi, Maurice, knight, 476.

-, -, Gerald his son, canon, 476.

Richard II., king of England, 228, 231, 269, 274, 278, 281, 288, 299, 302, 303, 306, 311, 334, 336, 340342, 356, 357, 363, 372, 376, 379, 382, 391, 393398, 401, 410, 412, 419, 423, 428, 430, 440, 441, 444, 446, 447, 456, 457, 459, 465, 466, 473, 475, 479, 480, 481, 502, 504, 506, 508, 514, 516, 517, 519, 520, 524, 533 535, 537539, 544546.

-, letter to Boniface IX., 293, 294.

-, ambassador of. See Newerk.

-, chancellor of. See Arundel, Thomas.

-, master in his chancery. See Chitterne.

Richard, king of the Romans, king of Almain, 89.

Richard, Augustinian canon of Stanley, 135.

Richardi, Avallonus, Augustinian canon, 254.

Richer, Denis, scholar, 456.

Richmond [co. York], archdeacon of, 196.

-, -, See Waltham.

-, abbot of St. Agatha (Easby), 330, 335, 360.

-, St. Martin's, prior of, 330.

Richmond, John, vicar, 330.

Ridlington, Wrydlington [co. Norfolk], 356.

Rieti, 338, 368, 384.

Rievaulx [co. York], monk of, 484.

Rimini, 23.

-, St. Gregory's, 300.

Ringstede, Thomas de, bishop of Bangor, 52.

Ringwood [co. Southampton], 354.

Riom [Puy de Dme], 129.

Riper, Thomas, papal notary, 322.

Ripon [co. York, W. R.], canon of, 51, 62, 72, 164, 172, 185, 343345, 368, 420.

-, collegiate church of. 271.

Ripon, Rypton, William de, rector, 73.

-, See Rypon, Rypun.

Rippingale, Repynghale [co. Lincoln], 368, 371.

-, Holy Cross, chapel in, 368.

Ripple, Ryphyl [co. Worcester], 196.

Risborough, Riseburgh [co. Bucks], 209.

Risby, Rysceby, Thomas de, clerk, 195.

Risebridge, Russebrugge, manor of [in Romford, co. Essex], 439.

Riskyngton, John de, Gilbertine, 310.

Risscheton, Ryssheton, Nicholas de, canon, 345, 419.

Riton. See Ryton.

Robelin, Rokelin, Adam, archdeacon of St. Davids, 51.

Robert, cardinal of the Twelve Apostles. See Cardinal priests.

-, emperor of Constantinople, count of Tarentum, 8.

Robert I. (Bruce), king of Scotland, 184.

Robert II. (Stewart), earl of Strathearu, lord high steward, king of Scotland, 94, 99, 104, 120, 122, 129131, 135, 140, 145, 146, 161, 164, 167, 173, 176, 206, 215, 225, 226, 236, 238, 239, 247, 248, 250, 253255.

-, -, See Steward.

-, -, Eufamia his consort, 245, 247, 250.

Robert ap Gwillim Schefft, canon, 417.

Robert, Master (envoy of Joan, princess of Wales), 146.

-, Roberts, Michael, priest, 470, 491.

-, Robert, rector, 242.

Roberti, William son of William, layman, 485.

Roberts. See Robert.

Robertsbridge [co. Sussex], monk of, 42.

-, abbot of. See Lewes.

Robinelli, John, papal auditor, 45.

Robtot, John, vicar, 526.

Robyneson, Hugh, 486.

-, -, Joan his wife, 486.

Robynton, John, notary, 503.

Roche, diocese of Ardfert. See St. Michael's Mount.

Roche, Androin de la, cardinal priest of St. Marcellus, nuncio and legate of Urban V. in Italy. See Cardinals.

-, Rupe, Aymar de la, nephew of Gregory XI., provost of St. Saviour's, Utrecht, archdeacon of Canterbury, 133, 144.

-, George, archbishop of Cashel, 35.

-, Guy de la, archdeacon of Tours, collector in the province of Tours, 72, 147.

-, Rupe, Ruppe, Hugh de la, knight, 105, 124, 125.

-, Ruppe, Rochez, John de la, knight, nephew of Gregory XI., 97, 146.

-, John, vicar, 330.

-, Robert, canon, 471, 505, 542.

-, Roger, 484.

-, -, Alice his wife, 484.

-, Stephen, priest, 180.

-, William, precentor of Waterford, 470.

Rocheford, Edward de, knight, 132.

Rochester, archdeacons of. See Denford; Navesby.

-, bishop of, 317, 359, 389, 427.

-, -, See Trillek; Brintone; Bottlesham.

-, diocese of, 183.

-, monk of, 311.

-, official of, 50, 401.

-, prior and convent of, 66.

-, prior and chapter of, 79, 365, 366, 520.

Rochez. See Roche.

Rochfort, Richard, papal notary, 321.

Rocombe, William, archdeacon of Worcester, 355.

Rodbourn, William, notary, 584.

Rodde, Philip, rector, 428.

Rodez [Aveyron], 256.

-, -, bishop of. See Aigrefeuille.

-, seneschal of. See Wettenhall.

Roffinhaco, Walter de, donsel, 16.

Rogeri, Isabella, 413.

-, Thomas, 51.

-, William, 51.

Rohan, Geoffrey de, bishop of Vannes, 187.

Rokeby, Joan, 441.

Rokeswell. See Roxwell.

Rolington. See Bullington.

Rollonrod, Rolomed. See Lledrod.

Rolvenden, Rolvynden [co. Kent], 390.

Romagna, Romandiola, province of, 13, 130.

Romagnese [Pavia], letter dated at, 130.

Roman church, territories of, 84.

-, court, marshal of. See Aigrefeuille.

Romani, John, Augustinian Friar, 37.

-, William, Friar Preacher, 198.

Rome, Cistercian of St. Anastasius's, 414.

-, basilicas and churches of, 323, 325, 389, 432.

-, citizen of, 274.

-, Hospital of the Holy Ghost in Saxia, 78, 120.

-, preceptor of the Hospital of the Holy Ghost in Saxia. See Orta.

-, monastery of St. Paul, 67.

-, edict posted on the doors of St. Peter's, 469.

-, vows of pilgrimage to, 104, 176, 323, 325, 389, 432.

-, senator and people of, 29.

Rome, John, notary, 320.

-, Richard, notary, 322.

Romisey, Richard de, marshal in Italy, 147.

Romsey [co. Southants], canon of, 34.

-, nuns of, 483, 495.

Roothing, High [co. Essex], 74.

Ropoun. See Rypon.

Roqueriis, Raymond de, prior of St. Macaire, 2.

Ros, lord de, 127.

-, See Rous.

Roschoman, Thomas de, prior of St. Coman's, Roscommon, 245, 246.

Roschonayl. See Rosconnell.

Roscommon, Roscomam [co. Roscommon], prior of St. Coman's, See Roschoman, Macheugan.

-, prior and lector of the Friars Preachers at, 161.

Rosconnell, Roschonayl [co. Kilkenny], 529.

Rose, Margaret, 489.

Rosemarkie, Rosmarkin [co. Ross], 197.

Roskeen [co. Ross], prebend of Newich and Roskeen, in Ross, 30.

Rosmaryn, Richard, Cistercian, 307.

Rose (Ireland), archdeacon of. See Ohydyrsgol, Yhuollachayn.

-, -, bishop of, 413.

-, -, canon of, 413, 417.

-, -, chancellor of, 474.

-, -, prebend of Island in, 476.

-, -, collector in the diocese of, 156.

Ross (Scotland), bishop of, 44, 101, 150, 255.

-, See Steward.

-, -, canon of, 30.

-, -, chancellor of. See Lang; Abyrbrach.

Ross, John, prior and bishop of Down, 480, 521.

Rossano, Tellus de, donsel, 267.

Rossy, Rossi, Thomas de, Friar Minor, 164, 216.

Roter, John, rector, 368.

Rotheman, John de, damsel, 195.

Rotherford, Richard de, layman, 325.

-, -, Margaret his wife, 325.

Rothingge, David, Carmelite, 288.

Rothonis, Gerald, prior of Lewes, 2, 6.

Rothwell [co. Northants], prioress and convent of St. John Baptist, 404, 436.

Rou, Thomas de, knight, seneschal of Limoges, 27.

Rouen, archbishop of, 421.

-, -, See L'Estrange.

-, monastery of Holy Trinity, Mont Ste. Catherine by, 440, 441.

-, province of, 539.

Rougton, Gilbert de, rector, 414.

Rouhale, James, Augustinian canon, 265.

Roulen, Walter de, rector, 86.

Rous, Ros, Arnold, ambassador of prince Edward to Urban V., 24.

-, John, the younger, Benedictine, 301.

-, Robert, knight, mayor of Bordeaux, 114, 136.

Roussillon, Resselhous [Vaucluse], castle of, 135.

Routhone, Richard, Friar Minor, 200.

Rowdon, Henry, clerk, 335.

Rowe, Richard, vicar, 414.

Rowte, John, rector, 473.

Roxwell, Rokeswell [co. Essex], 283.

Rozolo, Lewis de, archdeacon of Piacenza, 137.

Ruffi, Peter, merchant of Navarre, 114.

Rufford [co. Notts], abbot of, 527.

-, monastery of, xx.

Rugmere, Ruggemere [co. Middlesex], prebend of, in St. Paul's, London, 63, 162.

Ruggemere, See Rugmere.

Rumpayn, John, papal notary, 321.

Rumsy. See Romsey.

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

Rupe, Ruppe. See Roche.

Ruscheworth. See Rushford.

Rushford, Ruscheworth [co. Norfolk], 31.

Russebrugge. See Risebridge.

Russell, Richard, donsel, 490.

-, -, Margaret his wife, 490.

-, William, bishop of Sodor, 34, 63, 75, 224.

Russia, 106.

Ryhall, Real [co. Rutland], 421.

Rympton, John, vicar, 502.

Ryngsstede, Ralph de, vicar-general of Exeter, 375.

Ryngstede, William, papal notary, 318.

Rypon, Ropoun, John de, Cistercian, 300, 301.

Rypton. See Ripon.

Rypun, John, monk of Durham, 534.

Rysceby. See Risby.

Ryssheton. See Risscheton.

Ryton, Riton [co. Durham], 339, 347, 348, 535.