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Index of Persons and Places: S

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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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Sagona [Corsica], Peter, bishop of, papal auditor, 434.

St. Agatha's. See Richmond.

St. Albans [co. Herts], abbot of, 32, 386, 449, 501, 503.

-, abbot and convent of, 57, 79, 400, 500, 501, 514, 516, 517.

-, monastery of, 293.

-, monks of, 301, 487.

-, chapel of St. Julian, 169.

St. Amant, [Puy-de-Dme], xxii.

St. Andrews, archdeacon of, 253.

-, -, See Grenlaw; Pelmore; Plebis.

-, bishop of, 247.

-, -, See Lamberton; Landel; Nevill; Trai.

-, bishop, prior and chapter of, 207, 244.

-, bishop and chapter of, 239, 243, 244.

-, canons of, 173, 420.

-, -, See Withman.

-, chapter of, 184, 243.

-, official of, 248.

-, prior and official of, 255.

-, provost of, 251.

-, -, See Petit.

St. Angelo's, William, cardinal of. See Cardinals.

St. Antoine de Viennois, St. Anthony [Isre], 88, 240, 254, 419, 430.

St. Arnoul, priory of, xxiii.

St. Asaph, archdeacon of, 73, 513.

-, -, See Ithel ap Robert.

-, bishop of, 349, 372, 382, 387, 504, 513.

-, -, See Bach; Child; Leoline; Trevaur.

-, bishop and chapter of, 515.

-, canons of, 73, 199, 324, 338, 343, 354, 449, 450, 467, 469, 470, 481, 511.

-, church of, 500.

-, dean of, 513.

Ste. Barbe d'cajeul [Calvados], prior and convent of, 328.

St. Brandan de Antro. See O'Brennan.

St. Catherine, Catdruym Omany. See Aughrim.

St. Clare, order of. See Subject Index.

St. Cleer [co. Cornwall], vicar of, 317, 323.

St. Columba, Isle of Man. See Arbory.

St. Cross, prebend of Lincoln, 208.

St. Cyprien's les Poitiers, abbot of. See Poitiers.

St. Davids, archdeacon of. See Robelin.

-, bishop of, 381, 539.

-, -, See Fastolf; Houghton; Gilbert.

-, bishop and chapter of, 469, 513.

-, bishop, dean and chapter of, 416.

-, canons of, 56, 87, 343, 399, 416, 427, 467, 472, 475.

-, chancellor of, 346, 360, 417, 470.

-, -, See David; Baret.

-, treasurer of, 317, 343, 470.

-, St. Mary's chapel in the cemetery of, 346.

St. Edmund's Bury [co. Suffolk], 484.

-, abbot of, 50, 66, 74, 79, 470.

-, abbot and convent of, 50, 71, 78, 79, 207, 532.

-, abbot of. See Cratfield.

-, monks of, 288, 308, 497.

St. Erconwald, Erkenwald, body of, 79.

St. Eustace's, cardinal of. See Cardinals.

St. Exupry [dep. Corrze], castle of, 15.

St. George's in Velabro, James, cardinal of. See Cardinals.

St. Germains, college of. See Masseret.

St. Germans [co. Cornwall], prior of, 166, 470.

-, canon of, 492.

St. Gilles [dep. Gard], Hospitallers priory of, 4.

St. Ives [co. Cornwall], 508.

St. Johns, Kynnduyn [co. Roscommon], 454.

St. Lodochia. See Ladock.

St. Macaire [dep. Gironde, Guyenne], prior of. See Roqueriis.

St. Maixent, Maxentius [dep. Deux-Svres], 12.

St. Martin's, prior of. See Richmond.

St. Mary's, Boxley. See Boxley.

St. Mary Church [co. Devon], 535.

St. Mary's in the Marsh (in Marisco), Romney Marsh [co. Kent], 351.

St. Mary Magdalen, chapel of, diocese of Lichfield, 167.

St. Mary Overy. See Southwark.

St. Mary's, diocese of Ross, prior of, 475.

St. Maxentius. See St. Maixent.

St. Maur, castle of. See San Mauro.

St. Michael's Mount (Ballinskelligs) [co. Kerry], Augustinian prior of, 541.

-, Alan, prior of, 274.

St. Nicholas, feast of, 184, etc.

St. Omer [Pas-de-Calais], provost of, 75.

St. Orens [Gers], monastery of, 85.

St. Osyth's [co. Essex], abbot and convent of, 416.

-, canon of, 335.

-, Thomas, abbot of, 496.

St. Owen. See Gloucester.

St. Patrick's Isle, near Peel, Isle of Mau, 432.

St. Peter's ad Vincula, Talleyrand, cardinal priest of. See Cardinals (Albano).

-, on the Wall. See Bradwell.

St. Pol, count of. See Luxembourg.

St. Radegunda, chapel of, diocese of London, 61.

St. Radegund's. See Bradsole.

St. Sauveur, viscount of. See Chandos.

St. Stephen's in Brannel [co. Cornwall], 91.

St. Sulpice-lez-Bourges, abbot of, 134.

St. Tecla's Chapel, St. Tiriots [Tidenham parish, co. Gloucester], 354, 511.

St. Thanen, chapel of, diocese of Glasgow, 86.

St. Thomas of Canterbury. See Becket.

St. Tudy, St. Tud [co. Cornwall], 225.

St. Valery-Sur-Mer [dep. Somme], monastery of, 440, 441.

St. Valery's, alias Manors in Pakeley; Birchanger; Lindsell; Matching; Widington, etc., q.v.

St. Wulstan's [par. of Donaghcumper, co. Kildare], priory, 69.

Sainte-Colombe, Ostense, bishop of Sarlat, envoy of prince Edward to Urban V., 3, 12.

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

Saintonge, collector in. See Garini.

Saissac, Sassac [dep. Lot], castle of, 62.

Salamanca, university of, 162.

Salerno, canon of, 419, 464.

Salgis, Raymund de, patriarch of Antioch, administrator of Agen, 23.

Salignac, Elias de, archbishop of Bordeaux, papal nuncio, 5, 12, 23, 25, 60, 108 109, 114, 131.

Salisbury, archdeacon of. See Potyn.

-, bishop of, 207, 318, 334, 336, 344, 346, 383, 386, 402, 419422, 426, 427, 453, 456, 462, 468, 469, 477, 502, 512, 514, 535, 543.

-, - See Wyvill; Erghum; Mortivallis; Mitford; Waltham.

-, bishop, dean and chapter of, 176, 338, 408.

-, canon and prebend of, 97, 289.

-, canons of, 61, 63, 71, 87, 97, 128, 174, 177, 179, 186, 187, 266, 270, 289, 338, 345, 346, 354, 366, 371, 373, 378, 379, 384, 389, 394, 395, 408, 414, 418422, 424, 428, 429, 458, 463, 468, 473, 475, 500, 502, 505, 506, 519.

-, - See Freton; Dounton.

-, chancellor of, 46, 71, 227, 448.

-, chapter of, 64, 89, 208.

-, dean of, 383, 386, 387, 418.

-, - See Cardinals, Raynald Orsini, cardinal deacon of St. Adrian's; James, cardinal-deacon of St. George's; Angelus, cardinal priest of St. Laurence's in Damaso; Thomas, cardinal deacon of St. Mary's in Domnica.

-, dean, chapter, and beneficiaries of, 386.

-, dean and chapter of, 425, 428.

-, episcopal mensa of, 463.

-, official of, 44, 58, 168, 131, 336, 359 469, 502, 505.

-, precentors of. See Codeford; Walsham.

-, treasurer of, 514, 482.

-, - See Cardinals, Francis Prignano, bishop of Palestrina; Bartholomew, cardinal priest of St. Martin's; Chandeler.

-, Use of, 226, 396.

-, earl of. See Monte Acuto.

-, Friars Minor in, 64.

-, St. Thomas's, 89.

-, citizens of, 495, 497.

-, New, 492.

Salkeld, Thomas de, rector of Caldebeck, 163.

Sallay [co. York], abbot of, 34.

Salman, John, donsel, 221.

-, -, Bartholomea wife of, 221.

Salmas (modera Selma) [Persia], bishop of.

See Waldenholtz; Merks.

Salop, archdeacon of, 415, 423.

Saltash [co. Cornwall], 492.

Salteh Aghe. See Salthaugh.

Salthaugh, Salteh Aghe [parish of Keyingham, co. York, E.R.], 217.

Saltria Juet. See Sawtry, St. Judith.

Saltwood, Saltwode [co. Kent], 531.

Samazan [Lot-et-Garonne], castle of, 128.

Samme, Thomas, Cluniac monk, 286.

Samper de Calenda [Aragon], preceptor of, 142.

Sampson, John, canon, 472.

San Mauro, St. Maur [Piedmont], castle of, 5.

Sancta Gemma, Raymund de, papal notary and nuncio, 7, 9.

Sanctii, Garsias, cursor, 277.

Sancto Exuperio, Elias and Gaubert de, 3.

Sancto Jacobo, Thomas de, canon, 471, 476.

Sancto Johanne, Dominic de, clerk, 372.

-, Edward de, knight, 46, 49.

-, Thomas de. See Ponyngis.

Sancto Laudo, Scintlow, John de, knight, 48, 101.

-, Edmund de, rector, 194.

Sancto Martiali, William de, canon, 123.

Sancto Martino, John de, papal secretary, 99, 100, 105n, 108, 120, 129.

Sancto Neoto, Sancto Neodo, John de, Augustinian canon, 297.

-, William de, vicar, 57.

Sancto Paulo, Mary de, countess of Pembroke, 57, 58, 88, 167, 172, 199.

Sancto Quintino, Anthony de, canon, 269, 326, 327, 369, 392, 412.

Sancto Trudone, Henry de, preceptor of Avalterre, 110, 140.

Sancto Venantio, Robert de, knight, French hostage in England, 2.

Sancto Yvone, Adam de, 221.

-, -, wife of, 221.

Sanday, Cristin de, canon, 385.

Sandford, Sanford [co. Devon], prebend of St. Cross, Crediton, 333.

Sandhurst, Robert, Carmelite, 273.

Sandilandis, Patrick de, 247.

-, -, Isabella his wife, 247.

Sandwell, Richard, 482.

-, -, Joan his wife, 482.

Sandwich [co. Kent], Carmelite house at, 207.

-, seaport by, 370.

Sandwyche, alias Frankeleyn, Thomas, priest, papal chaplain, 291, 528.

Santiago de Compostella, vows of pilgrimage to, 103, 104, 176, 388, 389.

Sapcote [co. Leicester], 38.

Saragossa, archbishop of, 93.

Saresbury, William de, clerk, 215.

Sarlat, bishop of. See Sainte-Colombe; Reveillon.

Sarson, Simon, 484, 491.

-, -, Beatrice his wife, 484, 491.

-, William, priest, 491.

Sassac, castle of [dep. Lot]. See Saissac.

Saulieu, St. Andoche [dep. Cte d'Or], 251.

Saunford, John de, canon, 40, 57, 64, 78.

Sautre, Bernard de, rector, 74.

Savage, Sauvage, Arnold (Raynald), knight, 22, 99.

Savoy, Boniface of, archbishop of Canterbury, 189, 190.

-, countess of. See Bona.

-, count of. See Amadeus.

-, treasurer of. See Gerbais.

Sawston, William, 494.

-, -, Isabella his wife, 494.

Sawtry, Sautre [co. Hunts], abbot of, 330, 456.

-, Cistercian monk of, 301.

-, St. Judith, Saltria Juet [co. Hunt.], 450.

Saxilby, Thomas, Augustinian prior of Torksey, 299.

Saxthorp [co. Norfolk], 89, 172.

Sayer. See Tanner.

Saylard, John, canon, 365.

Says, David ap Gruffud, rector, 414.

Scala, Can Signorio de la, 10.

Scalby, John de, 494.

-, -, Matilda his wife, 494.

Scalflet, Alan, 496.

-, -, Mary his wife, 496.

-, Simon, priest, 496.

Scarcliff, Scurekliff, Roger de, rector, 198.

Scaresbrok, Isabella de, 44.

Scattery Island [co. Clare]. See Inniscathrie.

Scayffe, John, rector, 73.

Scelbrede. See Ash Shulbred.

Scell. See Ash Shield.

Schadland, John, bishop of Augsburg, 123, 148.

Schaftow. See Shafto.

Scharburgh, John, donsel, 493.

-, -, Joan his wife, 493.

Scharesbreck, Richard, donsel, 42.

Scharp, Richard, canon, 420.

Scharpe, William, vicar, 413.

Schawe, Richard, canon, 426.

Schefelde. See Sheffield.

Schefford. See Shefford.

Schelford, Parva. See Shelford, Little.

Schelning, John, Augustinian friar, 275.

Schepeye. See Shepey.

Scherman, Robert, 485.

-, -, Isabella his wife, 485.

Schernecote. See Sharncote.

Schetmille, Richard, 46.

Schillingford. See Shilyngford.

Schingham, John de, canon of Rugmere in St. Paul's, London, 162.

Schirborne, Hugh de, Benedictine, 287.

Schirburn, Richard de, rector, 35.

Schirburne, John, chancellor of York, 532.

Schirbury. See Sherburn.

Schorbrune, John, canon of St. Thomas's, Dublin, and Augustinian prior of St. Mary's, Louth, 525.

Schori, Walter, prebendary, 226.

Schotlyngton (Shutlington), Alan de, rector, 222.

Schulbred. See Shulbred.

Schutlington. See Shillington.

Sckypton, Peter de, Premonstratensian canon, 269.

Scot, William, vicar, 446.

Scotland, bishops of, 110.

-, king of. See David; Robert.

-, queen of. See Margaret.

-, nuncios and collectors in. See Peblis, Grenlaw, Dardani.

-, lord high steward of. See Steward, Robert II., Carryk.

-, and England, forays between, 214.

Scotland, John, 35.

Scremerston, John de, warden of St. Bartholomew's hospital, Tweedmouth, 419.

Serivanis, Scriviani, John de, 370, 389.

Scrop, Geoffrey de, canon, 69.

Scrope, John, knight, 488.

-, -, Elizabeth his wife, 488.

-, -, master of St. Stephen's lazar house, Dublin, 345.

-, Richard, bishop of Lichfield, 297, 298, 473, 532, 533.

-, Sir Richard de, chancellor and treasurer of England, 100, 126, 134, 143.

-, William le, knight, lord of Man and the Isles, 432, 433.

Sculcoates [co. York], 39.

Scurekliff. See Scarcliff.

Scyrmjour, Alexander, donsel, 199.

-, -, Isabella his wife, 199.

Seaton, Seyton [co. Rutland], 465.

Seckington, Sekyndon [co. Warwick], 491.

Secol, John, notary, 361.

Sedgefield, Seggesfeld [co. Durham], 446.

Sez [dep. Orne], abbot and convent of St. Martin's, 239.

Seggesfeld. See Sedgefield.

Segovia, dean of. See Guttierez.

Segrave, Elisabeth, 50.

Seintlow. See Sancto Laudo.

Sekyndon. See Seckington.

Selby [co. York], abbot of, 66, 69, 361, 448.

-, monastery of, 455.

Selby, Ralph, archdeacon of Buckingham, 447, 448, 509.

-, Robert, priest, 487.

-, Robert de, Augustinian canon, 286.

Selkirk, county of, 247.

Selleby, William de, Augustinian canon, 69.

Selma. See Salmas.

Sely, John, Benedictine, 521, 522.

Seman. See Soman.

Semour. See Seymour.

Sempringham, master of, 124.

-, -, See Prestwold.

-, Robert, master-general of, 182.

-, canons of the priory of St. Gilbert, 293, 303.

-, master and brethren of, 338.

-, prior and convent of, 431, 435.

Sendeye, William, rector, 353.

Senescalli. See Steward.

Senis, Ambrose de, Friar Minor, 431.

-, Antunus de, minister-provincial of the Friars Minors in the Holy Land, 29, 30.

Sens, archbishop of. See Melun.

Sentelow. See Sancto Laudo.

Serajevo. See Bosna-Serai.

Sergeaunt, Andrew, Cistercian, 42.

Serjaint, John, abbot of St. Thomas the Martyr, Dublin, 382, 441.

Servia, 111.

Setryngton, Richard, son of Richard, priest, 64.

Settrington, Setryngton, Seterington, Sterinton [co. York], 326, 327, 369, 392, 412.

Sevenhampton, Walter de, canon, 34.

Sevenoak. See Bevenok.

Sevenoaks [co. Kent], 500.

Severne, John, Benedictine, 305.

Seville, 138.

Sewale, William, layman, 483.

Seymour, Semour, Thomas, 340.

-, -, Joan his wife, 340.

-, Robert, donsel, 491.

Seynesbury, Richard de, abbot of St. Werburg's, Chester, 70, 196, 451.

Seyntion. See Sancto Johanne.

Seynt Marichurche. See St. Mary Church.

Seyton. See Seaton.

Shaftesbury, [co. Dorset], Egelina abbess of, 524.

-, -, See Formage; Fitzherberde.

-, abbess and convent of, 56.

-, canon of, 73, 178.

Shafto, Schaftow, parish of Hartburn, q.v.

Sharncote, Schernecote, [co. Wilts], 331.

Sheffield, Schefelde [co. York], 499.

Shefford [co. Berks], 450.

Shelford, Schelford, Little [co. Cambridge], 406.

Shepey, Scepey, Schepeye, Schepeyo, John de, chancellor of Lichfield, dean of Lincoln, ambassador to the pope, 50, 59, 64, 125127, 129, 514, 526.

Shepton, William de, abbot of Muchelney, 490.

Sherburn, Schirbury [near Durham], hospital of, 388, 420.

-, master of. See Walkington; Waltham.

Shetland, archdeacon of. See Cardinals, Adam of St. Cecilia's; Wod; Bucchania.

Shildon, Shyldon [co. Durham], 511.

Shillington, Schutlington [co. Bedford], 423.

Shilyngford, Schillingford, Sylinforde, John de, clerk, 58, 74, 205.

Shouldham [co. Norfolk], prior and convent of, 438.

Shrewsbury, abbot of Colham, 423.

-, -, See Stevenes.

-, abbot and convent of. See Colham.

-, dean of St. Chad's, 329.

-, -, See Stretton; Swinerton.

-, hospital of St. John Baptist, 407.

-, monk of St. Peter's, 304.

Shulbred, Scelbrede, Schelbrede, Schulbred [in Linchmere, co. Sussex], Augustinian canons of, 275, 312.

-, John, prior, and convent of, 186.

Shyldon. See Shildon.

Shyrborne, Joan, nun, 490.

Sibton, Sybton [co. Suffolk], abbot of, 358.

-, monk of, 307.

-, chapel of Holy Cross in, 374.

-, chapel of St. Mary in, 407.

Sicily, 22, 23.

-, chancellor of. See Spinello.

-, king of. See Frederic III.

-, ports of, III.

-, queen of. See Joan.

-, See also Naples.

Sidbury, Sydbury [co. Devon], 224.

Sidlesham, Sydlesham [co. Sussex], prebend of, in Chichester, 445, 461.

Siena, 22, 23, 268.

-, William, bishop of, 128, 129.

-, prior of St. Martin's. See Caponago.

-, Guy de Guydis of, knight, 267.

Siggeston. See Suggeston.

Sigoyer [dep. Basses Alpes, Dauphin], castle of, 9, 10.

Sihalden, Philip, Augustinian canon, 278, 361.

Sill-le-Guillaume [Sarthe], chapel of St. Stephen, 252.

-, church of St. Rmy, 252.

Simonburn, Symondesbory [co. Northumberland], 68.

Sinigaglia, Ralph, bishop of, papal nuncio, 109, 132, 133, 135, 146, 201203.

Sinstede. See Fineshade.

Sistarico, John de, courier of Urban V., 17.

Sisteron, bishop of. See Cardinals, priests of St. Pudentianu.

Sixhill, Sixill [co. Lincoln], Gilbertine canons of, 279, 862, 414.

Skelton [co. York], Richard Scharp of, 420.

Skelton, Thomas de, donsel, 493.

-, Thomas de, 200.

-, -, Joan his wife, 200, 201.

Skendelby, John, vicar, 472.

Skeyton [co. Norfolk], 81.

Skidbrook, Skydbroke [co. Lincoln], 526.

Skipsea, Skipse [co. York], 217.

Skipwith [co. York], prebend of Howden, 201.

Skiret, Skyret, John, of Buckingham, 55, 72.

Skirlawe, Walter, archdeacon of East Riding, bishop successively of Lichfield, Bath and Wells, and Durham, 66, 73, 74, 132, 169, 268, 269, 272, 369, 409, 447, 464, 466, 467.

Skreen, Scryne [co. Meath], altar of St. Cross in St. Columba's, 372.

Skydbroke. See Skidbrook.

Slake, Nicholas, canon, archdeacon of Chester, 506.

Slathem, John de, Friar Preacher, 301.

Slaydburn, John, Carmelite, 305.

Sleaford, New Lafford [co. Lincoln], prebend of, in Lincoln, 356.

Slebech [co. Pembroke], 195.

Sleford, William, dean of St. Stephen's, Westminster, 462.

Slegh, John, donsel, 493.

-, -, Margaret his wife, 493.

Sleperesdene, near the road from London to Oxford, 340.

Slimbridge, Slimborg [co. Gloucester], 195.

Sliveston. See Elmstone.

Sloley. See Lynes.

Sluys, port of, 130.

Smerdal, Joan de, 499.

Smyth, Adam, vicar, 427.

Snael, or Suael, John, vicar, 527.

Snaith, Snach, Snayth [co. York], 392, 415, 425.

Snaith, Henry de, master of Greatham hospital, 61.

Snailwell, Snayelleswzell [co. Cambridge], 79.

Snawl, James, layman, 364.

-, Thomas, layman, 364.

Snayth. See Snaith.

Snell, Thomas, priest, 490.

Snelleshall, Snellessale [parish of Whaddon, co. Bucks], monk of, 290, 528.

Soana. See Sovana.

Sodor, bishop of, 186.

-, -, See Russell; Duncan.

-, church of, 432, 433.

-, papal collector in diocese of. See Peblis; Duncan.

Soissons, count of. See Coucy.

Solnofit. See Swingfield.

Soman, or Seman, Simon, 493, 498.

-, -, Isabella his wife, 493, 498.

Somborne, Kings. See King's somborne.

Somersby, John de, clerk, 422.

Somerset, Thomas, canon, 384.

Somersham, Summersham [co. Hunts], 507.

Somurton. See Summirton.

Sonaglini, Bartholus Johannis, merchant of Florence, 113.

Sos, Socium [dep. Lot-et-Garonne], 16.

Sotheron, Thomas, rector, 74.

-, William, priest, 487.

Sotterley, Soterle [co. Suffolk], 373.

Sottroby. See Sutterby.

Souterraine, La [dep. Creuse], Benedictine provost and convent of, 14.

Southam, John, canon, 408.

-, -, donsel, 228.

-, -, Margaret his wife, 228.

-, Nicholas, priest, 497.

-, Thomas de, archdeacon of Oxford, 69, 72, 73, 80, 82, 83, 86, 169, 354, 359, 408.

Southampton, priory of St. Denys, 275.

South Bradon, Bradene [co. Somerset], 324.

South-Hill, Suhhulle [co. Cornwall], 166.

Southill, Southyeull [co. Beds], 66.

Southwark [co. Surrey], canon of St. Mary Overy, 287.

-, prior of, 540.

Southwell [co. Notts], canons of, 33, 62, 65, 68, 72, 77, 188, 199, 217, 335, 337, 368, 395, 412, 418, 452, 477, 480.

Southwyke [co. Southampton], canon of, 313.

Sovana, Soana [Tuscany], 268.

Sowthsyde. See New Town.

Sowton, Clist Fonison [co. Devon], 338, 346.

Spain, subsidy imposed on, 116, 218.

Spaldewyk, Thomas, notary, 359.

-, William, priest, 491, 543.

Spalding, Spaldingen, Saldinghen [co. Lincoln], prior of, 503.

-, prior of. See Estfield.

Spaldyng, Reginald de, rector, 204.

Spargrove, Spertegrove [in Batcombe, co. Somerset], chapel of St. Laurence, 269, 338, 412.

Sparkford, Spackford, Thomas, bishop of Lismore and Waterford, 531, 539.

Speek, Robert, 493, 494.

-, -, Joan his wife, 493, 494.

Spefford. See Spofforth.

Spek. See Speek.

Spencer. See Dispenser.

Speneye. See Spinney.

Spens, Laurence de, archdeacon of Brechin, 82.

Spenser, Adam, provost of St. John's, Beverley, 343.

-, Hugh, knight. See Dispenser.

Spensere, William, 496.

-, -, Premonstratensian, 266.

Sperey, John, notary, 318.

Spertegrove. See Spargrove.

Sperman, Alexander, rector, 81.

-, Richard, priest, 45.

Spey, Spee, river of [co. Banff], 34.

Spilsby, Spyllesby [co. Lincoln], 492, 540.

Spinello, Nicholas, knight, chancellor of Naples, seneschal of Provence, 126, 135.

Spinney, Speneye [parish of Wicken, co. Cambridge], prior of, 400.

-, prior and convent of, 519.

Spiny, John de, scholar, 252.

Spital in the Street, Spytelothestrete, alias Herwyk [parish of Hemswell, co. Lincoln], St. Edmund's Chapel, 510.

Spixworth, Spykesworth [co. Norfolk], 406.

Spofforth, Spefford [co. York], 65, 334.

Spoleto, duchy of, 28.

-, governor of the duchy of. See Beltoft.

Spoleto, Angelus de, minister-general of the Friars Minors, 256.

Spridlynton, William de, 88.

Sprot, Thomas, archdeacon of Meath, 465.

Spycer, Thomas, Friar Preacher, 315.

Spyker, Henry, proctor, 45.

Spykesworth. See Spixworth.

Spyllesby. See Spilsby.

Spyny, William de, precentor of Moray, 188.

Spyser, William, 484.

-, -, Mabel his wife, 484.

Spytelothestrete. See Spital.

Squillace [Calabria], Philip, bishop of, 379.

Stacy, John, canon, 466, 513, 514.

-, Richard, priest, 416.

Stafford, archdeacons of. See Oudeby; Sulgrave; Davy.

-, St. Thomas, priory of, 434.

Stafford, Edmund, bishop of Exetor, 292, 295, 504.

-, Hugh de, earl of Stafford, 126, 132, 136.

-, Ralph de, earl of Stafford, 175.

-, Richard de, knight, ambassador of Edward III., 24.

-, Thomas son of Ralph de, earl of, rector of Fordingbridge, 175.

Staindrop, Stayndorp [co. Durham], 63.

Stalpy, John, rector, 64.

Stamford, Staunford co. Lincoln], St. Michael's, rector of, 175.

-, St. Peter's, 510.

Stanelay, William de, 488.

-, -, Alice his wife, 488.

Stanhoe, Stanhowe [co. Norfolk], 50, 67, 354.

Stanhope, Sthanhop [co. Durham], 46.

Stanhowe. See Stanhoe.

Stanle, Thomas, priest, 296.

Staulee. See Stoneley.

Stanley, Stanley Monachorum [co. Gloucester], St. Leonard's, prior of, 472, 534.

-, chapel in, 511.

-, Stonley [co. Warwick]. See Stoneleigh.

Stanley, Thomas, notary, 361.

Stansfeld, Roger de, donsel, 482.

-, -, Alice his wife, 482.

Stanton Drew [co. Somerset], 89.

Stanton, James, treasurer of Dublin, 407.

Stanwick, St. John, Staynwigges [co. York], prebend of Ripon, 51.

Stanyr, diocese of York, 455.

Stapilton, Peter de, priest, 446.

Stapulhuyrst. See Aleyn.

Stapulton, Bryan de, lord of Carleton, 392, 394.

Stauerton, John, canon, 418.

Staunford. See Stamford.

Stayard, Roger, rector, 496.

Steele, Steil, John, monk of Lindores, 248, 249.

Steeping, Steyping [co. Lincoln], 482.

Stekoney. See Stickney.

Stenington, William de, prior of Wallingford, 80.

Stephani, John, priest, 309.

Stepney, Stevenech, Stebenhethe [co. Middlesex], 201, 410.

Sterbrige. See Cambridge.

Stercia. See Stertz.

Sterinton. See Settrington.

Stertz, Stercia, Albert de, knight, 3, 4.

Stevenech, Stebenhethe. See Stepney.

Stevenes, Nicholas, abbot of St. Peter's, Shrewsbury, 47.

Steward, Alexander, bishop of Ross, 30, 84.

-, Egidia, damsel, 255.

-, Senescalli, Marjory, 85.

-, Walter, lord high steward of Scotland, 243.

Stewart, James, scholar, illegitimate son of Robert II., 215.

-, Margaret, countess of Angus, daughter of Alexander de Abernethy, 215.

-, Robert, earl of Menteith, 247.

-, Thomas, illegitimate son of Robert II., 215.

-, See Robert II.; Margaret.

Steyward, Thomas, 484.

-, -, Agnes his wife, 484.

Sthanicllfford, Richard de, 46.

Sthekenay. See Stickney.

Stickney, Stekoney, Stykeney, Sthekenay [co. Lincoln], 309, 310, 436, 438.

Stiendeby, Roger de, rector, 209, 218.

Stillington [co. York], prebend of York, 262, 263.

Stixwould, Stickeswold, Stikelwalde [co. Lincoln], prioress and convent of, 66.

-, prioress of. See Ravenser.

Stodeley. See Studley.

Stok. See Stokes.

Stokbrigge, Robert, Cistercian, 314.

Stoke Prior [co. Worcester], 519.

Stoke, Roger de, rector, 493, 496.

-, Thomas, Benedictine, 220.

-, William, Friar Preacher, 282.

Stoke-by-Clare [co. Suffolk], 172.

-, prior and convent of, 386.

Stoke Climsland [co. Cornwall], 63.

Stoke-Fleming [co. Devon], 357.

Stokes, John, Benedictine, 312.

-, Stok, John, canon of York, 217, 226.

Stone, Nicholas, canon, 333.

Stoneham, Charchetoneham (North Stoneham) [co. Hants], 48.

Stoneleigh, Stanley, Stonley [co. Warwick], Thomas, abbot of. See Weston.

-, monks of, 80.

Stonely, Stanlee, Stonlee [co. Hunt.], priory of, 512.

-, canon of, 135.

Stonham, John, priest, 291, 485, 492, 498, 528.

Stonon Provyndyr [? Stone House prebend], prebend in All Saints, Derby, 418.

Storion, John the elder, layman, 489.

Stowe, archdeacons of. See Hanworth; Aston.

Stowe, Robert, Augustinian canon, 335.

-, Thomas, official of London, archdeacon of Bedford, dean of St. Paul's, 208, 352, 394.

Strange, Bernard, priest, 493.

-, Ebulo, rector, 357.

Strata Florida [co. Cardigan], abbot of, 513.

Strata Marcella [co. Montgomery], abbot of, 291, 358, 511.

Stratford [co. Middlesex], nun of, 490.

Stratford-on-Avon [co. Warwick], hospital at, 91.

Stratford, John de, canon, 61.

-, Ralph, bishop of London, 172.

-, Thomas de, 81.

Strathearn, earl of. See Robert, king of Scotland.

Strathern, Maurice, archdeacon of Dunblane, 234.

Stranthmiglo, Stramygloke, John de, 246, 249.

Stratton [co. Dorset], prebend in Salisbury, 421.

Stratton, Margaret de, damsel, 353.

-, Richard, rector, 337.

-, Robert de, papal notary and auditor, envoy of Urban V. to Lionel, duke of Clarence, 27, 28, 4042, 59, 71, 227, 258.

Strel [is], Reynhard de, baron, 125.

Strensall, John de, rector, 163, 199.

Strensham, Strengesham [co. Worcester], 499.

Strete, Edmund, rector of Great Marlow, canon of Chichester and Lincoln, 173, 187.

-, John, Premonstratensian canon, 463.

Streteley, John de, canon of Chichester, dean of Lincoln, 7, 69, 72, 165, 173.

Stretham [co. Cambridge], 40, 78.

Stretton, John, Augustinian friar, 293.

-, Robert, bishop of Lichfield, 42, 44, 59, 66, 70, 77, 88, 94, 194, 212, 214.

-, Robert de, archdeacon of Coventry, dean of St. Chad's, Shrewsbury, 212.

Stretton, Stratton. See Sturton.

Strevelyne, David de, canon, 253.

Strode, John, priest, 416.

Stroubrigge, Nicholas, donsel, 490.

-, -, Elizabeth his wife, 490.

Strubby, Strubly [co. Lincoln], 404, 414.

Stryve, William, donsel, 494.

-, -, Agnes his wife, 494.

Stubbard, Stephen, 484.

-, -, Agnes his wife, 484.

Stuckele, Thomas, Benedictine, 35.

Studley, Stodeley [co. Warwick], prior of, 223.

Sturbridge, Sterbrige. See Cambridge.

Sturte. See Godman.

Sturton, Stretton, Stratton [co. Notts], 31.

Stykeney. See Stickney.

Styrcheley, Gilbert, Friar Preacher, 300.

Suael. See Snael.

Subornregis. See Kings Sombourn.

Sudbury, archdeacon of, 410, 514.

-, See Hambledon; Hethersett.

Sudbury, Sudburia, Simon de, bishop of London, archbishop of Canterbury, 2, 18, 34, 43, 51, 52, 56, 66, 68, 70, 72, 78, 84, 88, 94, 98, 99, 100, 114, 116, 117, 131, 133, 134, 136, 142, 147, 154, 160, 168, 169, 175, 182, 186, 191, 193, 213, 218, 219, 226, 257, 262.

-, Thomas de, dean of Wells, papal auditor, 452.

Suduland, Catherine de, damsel, 49.

Suffolk, archdeacon of, 318.

-, See Aleyn; Carleton; William, cardinal-deacon of St. Angelo's.

-, earl of. See Ufford.

Suggeston, or Siggeston, John, canon, 331.

Suhhulle. See South Hill.

Sulgrave, John de, archdeacon of Stafford, 194, 195.

Sulmona, Anthony de, papal auditor, 326.

-, Master Cosmatus, of. See Gentilis.

Summersham. See Somersham.

Summirton, Somurton, Walter, Friar Preacher, 273, 444.

Sumpter, Robert, canon and sean of Exeter, 32, 33, 37.

Sunderlandschell, parish of Stanhope, q.v.

Surfleet, Surflet [co. Lincoln], 62, 72, 77.

Susa [Piedmont], James, abbot of San Giusto, 5.

Suthfield, Walter de, bishop of Norwich, 522.

Suthwelt. See Southwell.

Sutterby, Sottroby, St. John's [co. Lincoln], 411.

Sutterton [co. Lincoln], 413.

Sutton, manor of [co. Essex], in Hornchurch, 439.

Sutton, Alan de, Benedictine, 496.

-, Geoffrey de, monk, 489, 497.

-, Henry de, abbot of St. Werburg's, Chester, 451.

-, John, canon, 533, 534.

-, Robert de, clerk, 56.

-, Simon de, monk, 497.

Sutton by Plymouth [co. Devon]. See Plymouth.

Sutton-on-the-Hill, Sutton by Tottebury (Tutbury) [co. Derby], 166.

Suttone, Henry, Friar Preacher, 312.

Suw, John, 532.

-, Lewis, his son, rector, 531, 532.

Suwinhopstell. See Swinhope.

Suyler, Everard, knight, 264.

Swaby [co. Lincoln], 432.

Swafham, John, bishop of Bangor, 328.

Swan, John, Benedictine, 311.

-, Thomas, rector, 492.

-, Thomas atte, layman, 379.

Swannington, Swuyngton, Swonyngton [co. Norfolk], 50.

Swansea, Sweynesey [co. Glamorgan], hospital of St. David, 350.

Swanton Abbot [co. Norfolk], 81.

Sweden, 261.

Sweetheart [co. Kircudbright], abbey of, 250, 251.

Sweetman, Milo, archbishop of Armagh, 12, 26, 45, 63, 106, 538.

Swepstone [co. Lincoln], 77, 180.

Swethe, Thomas, Friar Preacher, 280.

Sweynesey. See Swansea.

Swinerton, Richard de, dean of St. Chad's, Shrewsbury, 212.

Swineshead [co. Lincoln], abbot of, 424.

Swineshed, John, canon of Lincoln, 210.

Swinflet, William, archdeacon of Norwich, 65.

Swinford. See Swynford.

Swingfield, Swynefeld, Solnofit [co. Kent], Hospitallers at, 7, 13.

Swinhope, Suwinhopstell, parish of Stanhope, q.v.

Swinton, Swyntoun [co. Berwick], 247.

Swinton, Swindon, John de, treasurer of Dublin, 407.

Swyft, alias Chandeler, John, canon, 366.

Swynefield, See Swingfield.

Swynesheved, William de, Cistercian, 310.

Swynford, Sir Hugh, knight, 545.

-, -, Catherine his wife, 220, 545.

Swyninton, alias Pesal, Matilda, damsel, 372.

Swynshed, Thomas, Augustinian canon, 434.

Swyntoun, John de, kuight, 247.

Swyntoun. See Swinton.

Sybton. See Sibton.

Sydebury. See Sidbury.

Sydlesham. See Sidlesham.

Sydling, Brode Sidelingg [co. Dorset], 208.

Sylinforde. See Shilyngford.

Symonde, John, priest, 500.

Symondesbory. See Simonburn.

Symonis, Nicholas, papal notary, 319.

Synor, Robert, priest, 300.

Sysseheived [i.e., Bushmead], canon of, 361.