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General Index

Pages 513-660

Calendar of Patent Rolls, Henry III: Volume 3, 1232-1247. Originally published by His Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1906.

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GENERAL INDEX.ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWYZ

GENERAL INDEX.

A

Aaron, Jew of York, alias Aaron de Eboraco, Jew. See Jews, Aaron.

, Blund, of London. See Jews, Aaron.

, son of Abraham, of London. See Jews, Aaron.

, Thuder son of. See Tuder.

Aaron's rod, relic of, 39.

Abbefrau. Sec Aberffraw.

Abbendon. See Abendon, Abingdon.

Abberlenevy. See Aberllunvey.

Abbernun, Gilbert de, 150.

Abbeton, Peter de, bailiff of la Réole, 9.

Abbeville [Somme], 88, 92, 98.

Abbeys, voluntary taxation of, 271.

licence to elect in the power of the custos regni when under the value of 50l. a year, 290.

Abbots and priors, subsidy from, 280.

Abbotesbiry. See Abbotsbury.

Abbotesham, John de, presented to the church of St. Mary de Valle, Winchester, 224.

Abbotsbury, Abbotesbiry [co. Dorset], prior and convent of, 470.

, Alexander, the precentor, 470.

, John, the subsecretary, 470.

, Roger de Brideton, sacristan, afterwards abbot of, 470, 473.

Abel, Abell, Master, clerk to the King of Scots, 143, 186.

, Richard, 103.

Abendon, Abbendon, Edmund de, treasurer of Salisbury, archbishop of Canterbury [1233 to 16 Nov., 1240], 24, 27, 42, 43, 45, 47, 48, 49, 55, 56, 59, 61, 62, 65, 70, 72, 76, 79, 85, 98, 104, 114, 149, 152, 153, 158, 159, 167, 174, 176, 179, 181, 182, 184, 189, 190, 200, 206, 235, 239, 241, 250, 252, 285, 396, 400.

, —, election of, 24.

, John de, 6, 40.

, Reginald de, 337.

, Master Robert de, 241.

Aberkonuy. See Conwy.

Aberffraw, Abbefrau [Anglesey], Llewelin, prince of. See Llewelin.

Abergavenny, Bergeveny, Berkeveny [co. Monmouth], honor of, 53.

, lord of. See Richard, earl of Cornwall.

, land of, 228.

, murage for, 255.

Aberllunvey, Abberlenevy [co. Brecon], 41.

Abidenauet, Thuder. See Tuder.

Abingdon, Abbendon [co. Berks], 97.

, Robert, abbot of, 68.

, abbot of, 126.

, John, monk, afterwards abbot of, 246.

, John de Blosmenill, abbot of, 247.

, William, prior of, 244.

, William, sacristan of, 244.

, Th., precentor of, 244.

, abbot and convent of, 281.

, letters patent dated at, 64, 98, 217, 236, 456.

Abortencis. See Orthe.

Abraham, Aaron son of. See Jews, Aaron.

, Badecoc, Jew of Winchester. See Jews.

, son of Hamo de Hereford. See Jews.

Abrincis, William de, 1.

Accipiturius. See Hawker.

Ace, Benedict, mayor of Southampton, 86, 89.

Acelles. See Ascelles.

Achatum, 401.

Acland. See Auckland.

Achonry, Archard'na [co. Sligo], Thomas, dean of, bishop of Elphin, 485.

Aclent. See Auckland.

Aconbury, Acornebiry [co. Hereford], king's demesne of, 4.

Acra, Acre, Bernard de, 19, 49.

, Stephen de, 19.

See Dacre.

Acre [co. Norfolk]. See Castleacre.

Acre, St. Thomas the Martyr of. See St. Thomas.

Aero Monte, William Arnaldi de. See Arnaldi.

Acsted, Rowland de, 297.

Acton [co. Middlesex], church of, 417.

Acton, Gilbert de, 185.

, —, Margery wife of, 156.

, —, William his son and heir, 156.

Adam, Adaf, clerk of Llewelin, prince of Aberffraw, 3.

, Dyu, the son of, 268.

, Thomas son of, de Stanmere, 382.

, William son of, de Linton, 110.

, —, the chaplain, of Weston, 57.

Adderbury, Ebrebiry, co. Oxford, 423.

Adhissel. See Athassel.

Adlon. See Athlone.

Adour, Lador, Gascony, river, 334.

Advertun [Alderton, co. Northampton?], Fulk de, nephew of Payn de Chaorcis, presented to Epworth, 26.

Aeillof, Aellof, John, 102.

Aenecurt, Aencurt, Encurt, John de, 79, 296, 337.

, Oliver de, 373.

, Ralph de, 206.

Aer, William de, constable of the castle of Carlisle, 479.

, William son of, 465.

Aeron river, Aron [co. Cardigan], pass of, 474.

Aes in Uriel [co. Meath?], 101.

Affeton. See Bigods.

Affoylliis, Affoylinis, Vassal de, 52, 297.

Agen [Lot et Garonne], 74, 320.

, commonalty of, 338.

Agen, Bernard de, 97.

Agoillun, Aguyllun, Agulun, Aguilun, Geoffrey, 509.

, Robert, 196, 229.

, William, 385.

Agonaco [Agonac, Dordogne], Poncius de, 402.

Aid for marrying eldest daughter. See Taxation.

Ailard. See Alard.

Ais, Peter, 402.

Aisthorpe ?, Alestorp [co. Lincoln], church of, 39.

Ajuzan. See Arjuzanx.

Ak', John de, 302.

Akeni, Roger de, Isabel, younger daughter of, 283.

Alaman, G. 403.

, Secar, 348.

Aleman. See Areman.

Alan, Brian son of, sheriff of York, 144.

, —, constables of the castles of Scarborough and Pickering, 144.

, —, constable of the castle of Pickering, 150.

, John son of, 32, 39, 45, 235, 426, 431, 456, 464.

, —, Hawise wife of, 304.

, John son of, earl of Arundel [by right of Isabel, daughter of William de Albiniaco, 1243 to 1268], 408.

, Nicholas son of, 136.

, William son of, 127.

Alard, Ailard, Aylard, Ayllard, Henry, 99, 101.

, John, 99.

, Roger, 54.

, Stephen, 92, 99, 318.

Alardi, Walter, 311.

Albemarle, earl of. See Fortibus, William de.

Alberic, Master, official of Henry de Rupibus, archdeacon of Winchester, 249.

. See Fescampo, Alberic de.

Albertin, Bosculus, 282.

Albi, John, prebendary of the church of the castle of Pontefract, 382.

Albiniaco, Aubeny, Albyniaco, Aubynny, Hugh de, 104.

, —, a minor, 35, 59.

, William de, earl of Arundel [1176—1222], Coletta, daughter of, niece of Randolf, earl of Chester and Lincoln, 2.

, William de, earl of Arundel [1222 to 1234], 57.

, Hugh de, earl of [1234 to 1243], brother of the above, 57, 248, 346, 364, 392, 408, 426.

, —, partition of the lands of, 408.

, —, Isabel, countess of Arundel, sometime wife of [daughter of William de Warenne, earl of Surrey], marriage of granted to Peter de Geneve, 377.

, heirs of. See Tateshal, Robert son of Robert de; Alan, John son of John son of, Isabel wife of; Sumery, Roger de, Nicholaa wife of; Monte Alto, Roger de.

, Oliver de, 106, 294,

, Philip de, 1, 5, 7, 8, 21, 26, 28, 38, 50, 55, 74, 76, 84, 93, 101, 106, 107, 150, 168.

, —, constable of the castle of Jersey, 1.

, — warden of the Channel Islands, 55.

, Ralph de, 93, 106.

, Robert de, son of Robert de, Ascelina, younger sister and one of the heirs of, 53.

, William de, 294, 351, 488.

, William de [lord of Belvoir], Isabel, daughter of, wife of Robert son of William de Ros, 425.

, William, of Kingsholm, 509.

, William de, nephew of Philip de, presented to Gayton, 26.

Albo, James de, 131.

Albo Monasterio, Gaudinus de, 297.

, Reginald de, forester of Windsor and Odiham, 142.

, —, constable of Odiham, 165.

, —, sheriff of Bedford and Buckingham, 181.

, William de, 18.

Album Monasterium [Oswestry, co. Salop], castle of, 26.

, See Oswestry : White Castle : Whitchurch.

Aldborough, Aldeburg [co. Norfolk], church of, 450.

Aldbury, Audebury, co. Hertford, church of, 1.

Aldeburg. See Aldborough.

Aldeham, Audeham, Thomas de, 296, 325.

Aldeneston. See Alston.

Aldenham, co. Hertford, 162.

Aldermannescherch. See London, St. Mary Aldermary.

Alderney, Alnereye. See Channel Islands.

Aldham, Audeham [co. Essex], church of, 246.

Aldithele, Aldithelega, Audithelegh, Haldithele, Audelegh, Henry de, 20, 31, 35, 59, 87, 153, 181, 184, 185, 186, 188, 189, 200, 212, 225, 233, 235, 242, 252, 256, 269, 292, 447, 448, 449, 456, 466.

, —, keeper of Shrewsbury, 35.

,—,constable of the castles of Chester and Beeston, 188.

,—, constable of the castle of Newcastle under Lyme, 233.

, Master Nicholas de, presented to Woolstaston, 256.

Aldulf, John son of, de Gatesden, 172.

Ale, prise of, 172.

Aleman, Raymond, 375.

See Alaman.

Alenoon, Alenzun, Geoffrey de, 263.

, Herbert de, 163, 223.

, Richard de, 258, 279.

Alengeritus, the Balister. See Halengrat.

Alenzun. See Alencon.

Alestorp. See Elsthorpe, Aisthorpe.

Alexander II, king of Scots, 132, 143, 148, 157, 158, 177, 186, 193, 197, 199, 203, 214, 215, 220, 223, 291, 432, 433, 434.

,—, protest against his coronation, 16.

,—, Joan wife of, sister of Henry III. See Joan.

,—, Margaret sister of. See Burgo, Hubert de, Margaret wife of.

,—, Master Abel, clerk of, 143, 186.

,—,assignment of lands to, 236, 262, 272, 273.

Alfonso, Alfulfus, brother of the King of Castile, afterwards King of Castile, 260.

, Ferrand, notary of, 350.

alias Peter Alfunz, son of the King of Portugal, 314, 383.

Algar, John, 454.

Alice, daughter of Arnald, 127.

, recluse of St. Budock's, Oxford, 275.

, Clemence daughter of, 127.

, Richard son of, 194.

Aliceholt, Alsiholt [co. Southampton], forest of, 471.

Alingeleye, Alingeneye. See Athelney.

Alis, Alys, Roger, 312.

, —, constable of Bristol castle, 43.

Aller, co. Somerset. See Alra.

Allerdean, Alreden [near Felkington, co. Northumberland]. 197, 209.

Allerton Mauleverer, Averton, Auverton [co. York], priory of, cell to Marmoutier, 179.

Almain, 105, 139.

Almoner, Geoffrey the. See Henry III, almoner of.

, William the. See Henry III.

Alna, Aune, Nicholas de, 70.

, —, Christiana his wife, 70.

, Nicholas de, clerk of Richard, earl of Cornwall, 456.

Alnereye. See Alderney.

Alnestowa. See Elstow.

[Alneto.]See Aunay.

Alnetum. See Gwerneigron.

Alnisii. See Aunis.

Alnwick, Aunewic [co. Northumberland], abbot of, 447.

Aloet, Alvred, serjeant of Isabel, the king's sister, 103, 265.

Alpibus, Master Peter de, the queen's physician, prebendary in the chapel of St. Clement in the castle of Pontefract. See Leche, Master Peter le.

Alprestre. See Prestre.

Alra [Aller, co. Somerset], John de, 198, 483.

Alreden. See Allerdean.

Alreneye. See Alderney.

Alsiholt. See Aliceholt.

Alston, Aldeneston [co. Cumberland], miners of, 65, 132, 174.

Alt Estre. See Easter, High.

Alta Cumba. See Hautecombe, Savoy.

Alta Villa, Master Wiliam de, 381.

, —, prebendary of Gnosall, 278.

Alto Villarii, Peter Arnaldi de. See Arnaldi.

Alton, Aulton [co. Southampton], 142.

, letters patent dated at, 106, 132, 162.

, St. Mary Magdalen, hospital of, for lepers, 38.

Altopascio [Italy], St. James, brethren of, 36.

, hospital of, 220.

Alveley, Alvithele [co. Salop], prebend [of Bridgnorth], 249.

Alvernia. See Auverne.

Alverton. See Northallerton.

Alvithele. See Alveley.

Alvred, Jordan son of, heir of William, bishop of Ossory, 70.

, Robert son of, 70.

Alys. See Alis.

Amadeus, count of Savoy and marquess in Italy, 469.

Amary, Aumari, Robert de, 126.

, —, sheriff of Oxford and constable of the castle of Oxford, 141.

Amaur', Fulk de, 145.

Ambesaz, Baldechunus, 193.

Amblaone, John de, 412.

Amblya, Amblye, Michael de, 88.

, William de, 68, 119, 223, 234.

Ambresbiri, Nicholas de, 251.

See Amesbury.

Ambrose, Benedict son of, chamberlain of the Exchequer, Dublin, 9, 12, 67.

Amenel. See Ampney.

Amesbury, Aumberbiry, Aumbresbury [co. Wilts], 261.

, prioress of, 261, 284.

Ameyns. See Amiens.

Amideu, Reyner, 106.

Amiens, Ameyns, Amyens [Somme], 54, 56, 60, 152, 332.

, chancellor of, judge delegated by the Pope, 426.

, envoys of, 354.

Aminges, Martin de. See Domingi.

Amounderness, Augmodernesse [co. Lancaster], Preston in. See Preston.

Ampney, Amenel [co. Gloucester], 37.

Amuens, William de, 472.

Amyens. See Amiens.

Anchorite, 428.

, Nicholas, the, 509.

Andover, Andevre. Andever, Aundevre [co. Southampton], 142.

, bailiffs of, 460.

, farm of, 446.

, good men of, 446.

Andreeor Androu or Andrew, Euken or Aken [Hecelin], or Aquelin, de Burgo [Bourg, Gir.], nephew of Arnald de Blanquefort, 354, 356, 374, 471.

[alias Eudrad], William, de Ramada, 349, 471.

Andrew, the clerk, brother of Alexander le Seculer, 245.

, Stephen, 303.

Anesy, Peter de, 334, 357, 443.

Angeliacensis.See St. Jean d'Angély.

Angessa. See Angos.

Anglicus. See Engleis.

Angos, Angessa [Landes], good men of, 327.

Angoulême, count of. See Leziniaco, Hugh de.

Angoumé, Engomer [Landes], good men of, 327.

Anketil, Master Robert. 244, 270, 364, 365, 366, 367, 375, 390, 401, 416, 434, 455, 458, 468, 486.

, —, canon of Dol, 400.

Ann, co. Southampton, 452.

Anselm, the chamberlain of St. Swithun's, Winchester, 226.

Anserville, Oise. See Aunserville.

Anthony, Thomas son of, 351.

Antibes, Antipolitan' [Alpes Maritimes], Master Henry orMaster Henry de Secusia, prior of, 238, 274.

Antioch, land of, 207.

Antipolitan.See Antibes.

Antwerp, Aunvers, Brabant. 85.

Anvers, Aunvers, Aaron de. 103.

, Michael de, 103.

, Nicholas de, 22.

, Thierry de, 85.

, William de, 85.

Anwerp, Henry de, 302.

Aosta, Augustensis [Savoy], R. provost of, 412, 413.

Apelby. See Appelby.

Apethorpe?, Hapethorpe [co. Northampton], 83.

Appelby, Apelby, Geoffrey de, 186.

, Margaret de, nun, afterwards abbess of Polesworth, 184, 188, 196.

See Appleby.

Appleby, Appelby [co. Westmoreland], castle of, 255.

Apres, Mereduc. See Mereduc.

Apse. See Napsbury.

Aqua Blanca, Master Peter de, presented to St. Michael on Wyre, 211.

, —, bishop of Hereford, keeper of the wardrobe, 73, 190, 240, 248, 256, 267, 275, 276, 381, 383, 384, 393, 394, 395, 411, 437, 442, 445, 460, 462, 510.

, —, tenants aid to, on his entry, 248.

, —, Master Emery, brother of, 395.

Aqueduct, 430.

Aquila, Gilbert de, 272.

.See Laigle.

Aquis de.See Dax.

Aquitaine, William, duke of. See William.

, duke of. See Richard I.

Arabilem, maple, 172.

Aragon, Spain, 497.

. [James], King of, 327, 342, 481.

Arcediacne, Stephen de, 351, 364.

Arceveske, Archiepiscopi, Lercevesque, William le, lord of Parthenay, [Deux-Sèvres], 44, 273, 307, 316, 318, 402.

Archard'na. See Achonry.

Archer, John le, 80.

, Robert le, 215, 481.

Arches, dean of, 285.

Arches, Peter de, 260.

Archiac [Charente ?], Fulk or Fucaud de, 44, 402.

Archiepiscopi. See Arceveske.

Ardagh, Ireland, Jocelin, bishop of, 15.

Arden. See Ardern.

Ardengburgh, Ardeburg, James de, 102.

Ardern, Hardern, Arden, Eustachia de, sister of Savary de Malo Leone, 323.

, Master Philip de, 4, 47, 84, 85, 90.

, Robert de, 156.

, Walkelin de, 188, 464.

, —, constable of the castle of Deganwy, 487.

, Walter de, 459.

Ardfert[Ireland], dean and convent of, 171.

, G., bishop of, 171.

, Brandanus, provost of, afterwards bishop of, 204.

Ardinton. See Arthington.

Ardynton, Giles de, 132.

Ardyt, John, 329.

Arecy, Arescy, Norman de. 76, 77, 363.

, Philip de, 327, 361, 389, 396.

Areins, William de, presented to Patney, 266.

Areman, Vidal, burgess of Langon, 372.

See Alaman.

Arescy. See Arecy.

Argentein, Richard de, 58. 59.

Argentun, Reginald de, 296.

Argul' Robert de, 423.

Arjusanx ?, Ajuzan, Azjusan [Landes], castle of, 245.

, market and fair of, 380.

Arles, France, bishopric of. 203.

Armagh [Ireland], A., archbishop of, 242.

, archbishop of, 141, 191, 198, 270, 444, 450, 461, 504.

, archdeacon of. See Luterel, Robert.

, dean and chapter of. 208, 481, 504.

, chapter and archdeacon of, 215.

, Maurus, dean of, 215.

, Master Robert, canon of, 215.

, Master Laurence, canon of, 215.

, Reginald, canon of, 481.

, T., canon of, 481.

, Master Robert, of, 208.

Armendaritz, Darmendalyz, Armendalyz [Basses Pyr.], Sancius Arnaldi de. See Arnaldi.

Armenteres, Geoffrey de, 237.

Armstrong, Adam, 115.

Army, victuals for, 257.

Arnald, Alice daughter of, 127.

Arnaldi, Ernaldi, Garsias, de Gares, 365.

, Peter, de Alto Villarii [Auvillars, Tarn et Garonne], 369.

, Peter, citizen of St. Emilion, 365.

, Peter, de la Gride, of Dax, 107, 132.

, Peter, de Pollenx, captal of Bayonne, 386.

, Peter, de Saut, 365.

, Randolf, 480.

, Sancius, Darmendalyz [de Armendaritz, Basses Pyrénées], 365.

, William, de Brocarz [Brocas, Landes], 388.

, William, de Cadilak [Cadillac, Gironde], 362, 472.

, William, de Cayllac [Caillac, Lot], 348.

, William, de Egremund [Gramont, Basses Pyr.], 322.

See also Willelmi Arnald, de Egremunt.

, William, de Tantalo [Tontolon, Gironde], 202, 307, 319, 321, 338, 395.

, William, de Villa Dei, 319.

Arnhale. See Arnold.

Arnold, Arnhale [co. Nottingham], 107.

Aron. See Aeron.

Arras, Flanders [Pas de Calais], Robert, advocate of and lord of Béthune.

See Béthune.

, canon of. See Kaisneto, Master John de.

Artaldi, Artaud, Peter, 349, 368, 395.

Arthington, Ardinton [co. York], nuns of, 158.

Artus, Dartus, A. R., 403.

, William, 98, 480.

Arundel [co. Sussex], castle of, 104, 426.

, castle and manor of, 408.

, earl of. See Albiniaco.

, honour of, 22, 419, 425.

Arundel, Harundell, Walter de, 114, 497, 498, 499, 500, 511.

, —, keeper of the prévôté and customs of Bordeaux and Bayonne, 487.

, William de, 34.

Asard, Elias, 194.

, Garsir' his brother, 194.

, —, daughter of, 194.

Asoelin', Arnulf son of, de Malines, 302.

Ascelles, Acelles, Ascolles, Assellis, Philip de, 228.

, appointed sheriff of Lincoln, 44, 284, 304.

, constable of the castle of Kenil. worth, 280.

, constable of the castle of Warwick, 299.

Ascitiis, Humbert de, presented to Ribchester, 484.

Asherdeford. See Ashford.

Ashford, Asherdeford [co. Kent], market and fair, 398.

Ashley [co. Southampton], letters patent dated at, 136, 137, 172.

Ashley, Eslegh [near Fordingbridge, co. Southampton], forest of, 471.

Ashton, Aston [co. Northampton], 123.

Ashton in Winterbourn St. Martin Winterburn [co. Dorset], 227.

Aspervill, Oliver de, 388.

Assellis. See Ascelles.

Assewell, Herbert de, presented to Holy Trinity and to a mediety of St Peter's, Dorchester, 13.

, presented to Hadleigh, 419.

Assewy, Ralph, 167.

Assisi [Italy], St. Francis of, church of, 450.

Asti, Asten' [Italy], Boniface, provost of, 241.

Astindi, Gonbaud, 393.

Aston?, Eston [co. Buckingham], 371.

Aston. See Ashton.

Ate. See Atte.

Athaf. See Adam.

, Mereduc son of. See Mereduc.

Athassel, Adhissel, Athisill [co. Tipperary], Peter, prior of, 8, 9.

Athelney, Alingeneye, Alingeleye [co. Somerset], prior and convent of, 457.

, Robert, prior, afterwards abbot of, 458.

Athisill,See Athassel.

Athlone, Adlon [co. Athlone], castle of, 9, 73.

, —, constable of. See Cravill, John de.

, fishery of, 121.

, Friars Minors of, 461.

, land of, 71.

, monks of, 121.

, town, castle, and mill of, 121.

Atlon,See Athlone.

Atr', T. del, 302.

Atte, Atton, Ate, Master, of Parma, clerk to the legate, afterwards the king's proctor at Rome [197, 199], 244, 245, 246, 248, 270, 366, 375, 434, 458.

, presented to Halesowen, 210.

, prebendary of Norton, 208, 217.

See Ottobon.

Attiliator, 286.

Attractus, Godfrey, 302.

Aubeny, Aubynny. See Albiniaco.

Auch [Gers]. A.,archbishop of, 191, 192.

Auckland, Aclent, Acland [co. Durham], church of, 239.

, prebend in, 211.

, dean of. See Curtenay, Robert de.

Audebury. See Aldbury.

Audeby, Robert de, 443.

Audeham. See Aldeham.

. See Aldham.

Audelegh, Audithelegh. See Aldithele.

Augmodernesse. See Amounderness.

Augno [Aunou], Thomas de, a Norman. 474.

See Aunay.

Augo, Eu, Richard de, 107, 132.

Augustensis, See Aosta.

Augustini, Peter, 250.

, —, Alice his wife, 250.

, —, Isabel her daughter, 250.

Aula, William de, 297.

Aulons, W. dels, 403.

Aulton. See Alton.

Aumale, earl of. See Fortibus.

Aumari. See Amary.

Aumberbiry. See Amesbury.

Aumbervill, William de, 252, 296.

Aumbresbiry. See Amesbury; Ambresbiry.

Aunay, Robert del, 435.

. See Augno.

Aundely, Daundely, Robert de, 28, 142, 300, 304.

Aundevill, Ralph de, 210.

Aundevre. See Andover.

Aune. See Alna.

Aunewic. See Alnwick.

Aungevin, Philip, 34.

Aungre. See Ongar.

Aunis, Alnisii, Gascony, Friars Minors of, 359.

, Emery, warden of, 359.

Aunservill [Anserville, Oise], Hugh de, 375, 392.

Aunvers. See Antwerp : Anvers.

Aurelianis, John de, 124.

Auribad [Auribad, Landes], A. de, 403.

Austerfield, Osterfeld [co. York], 510.

Austurcaria, office of. See Henry III, goshawks of.

Auvergne, Alvernia, William, count of, 137, 308, 402.

Auverne, Alvernia, John de, 179.

, Peter de, 361.

Auverton. See Allerton Mauleverer.

Auvillar, Auvilers in Agen [Tarn et Garonne], 350.

. See Alto Villarii.

Auxerre [Yonne], dean and archdeacon of, 443.

Auxevill, William de, 139.

Avalage, of wines, 37.

Avena. See Labenne.

Aver-Penny, cariagium, 193.

Averes, William de, 498, 499.

Averham?, Egrum [co. Nottingham]. warren in, 398.

Averton. See Allerton Mauleverer.

Avigliana, Avyllan [in the Marquisate of Susa, Savoy], castle of, 469.

Avinechirch, Master Adam de, 420.

Avyllan. See Avigliana.

Axbridge, Axebrig [co. Somerset], 90.

Axemuth, William de, 477, 482.

, presented to Cilcen, 499.

Aylard. See Alard.

Aylesbury, Eilesbiry [co. Buckingham], 31.

, farm of, 111, 112, 116, 117.

[Aynho.] See Eynho.

Ayr, Ayre [co. Ayr], burgesses of, ship of, 197.

Ayrel, Ralph de, 421.

. See Dayrel.

Ayvill. See Deyvill.

Azjusan. See Arjusanx.

B

Bachsete. See Bagshot.

Bacon, Bacun, Alexander, 96, 106, 156, 162.

, John, priest, 241.

, Master John, 460, 468.

, Master Robert, 218.

, —, Mabel sister of, 488.

, Friar R., 137.

, Friar Robert, 442.

, Thomas, 443, 482.

, Walter, 200, 257.

, —, Felicia his wife, 200.

Bacul', 456.

Baculus, swingle-tree, 167.

Bacy, Laurence, 458.

Bad, W. A. de la, 403.

Baddow, Badewe [co. Essex], 185.

Badelee [Badley, co. Suffolk], Geoffrey de, 483.

Badeston, William de, 230.

Badewe. See Baddow.

Badgeworth, Begeworth [co. Gloucester ?], 36.

Badley, co. Suffolk. See Badelee.

Bagod, Hervey, 39, 59.

, Hugh, 76.

Bagshot ?, Bachsete [co. Surrey], forest of, 471.

Baille, Peter, 61.

Baillol, Bailol, Bayllol, Ballol, Balloyl, Bernard de, 434.

, Engram de, 219, 236.

, Eustace de, 469.

, Henry de, 177, 214, 219, 235, 236, 294.

, John de, 86, 206, 209, 234, 261.

, —, Derforguil his wife [daughter of Margaret, sister of John le Scot], 206, 209, 234.

Baiocis, John de, 37.

See Bayeux.

Bakepuz, Geoffrey, 337, 381.

, Ralph de, 470.

Baker, Pistor, Henry le, of Fountains, 435.

, Geoffrey, of Hereford, 348.

Bald, Calvus, Walter le, 15.

Baldock, Baudak [co. Hertford], tournament at, 75.

Baldric, Thomas son of, presented to Bubbenhall, 134.

Baldwin, Geoffrey son of, de Burewell, 295.

, Robert son of, de Burneham, 435.

Balenes, Richard Bernardi de. See Bernardi.

Baligaveran, Randolf de, 418.

Balistarius, Alan, 25.

, Alengeritus. See Halengrat.

, Ferrand, 13.

, Seman, the, 229.

See Cigoniis, Amynges de; Lovet, Bernard.

Balle, Roger son of William, 2.

Ballol. SeeBaillol.

Balun, Alan, 391.

Bamborough, Bamburg [co. Northumberland], 502.

, castle of, constable of. See Bolebec, Hugh de; Gray, Richard de.

Bamburc. See Bawburgh.

Bampton, Bamton [co. Oxford], 21, 93.

[co. Oxford ?], 217.

Banastre, Walter, 152.

, Geoffrey his son, 152.

Banbury, Bannebiry [co. Oxford], 208.

, castle of, 100.

, letters patent dated at, 130.

Bane, Christian, 302.

Bangor [co. Carnarvon], Master Richard, archdeacon of, afterwards bishop of [1237–1267], 152, 261, 264, 478.

, —, harness of, 258.

, Guy, dean of, 149.

, canons of, 149.

Bannebyry. See Banbury.

Barasc, Deude, 338.

, G., 338.

See also Barsac.

Barbefle, Barnabas de, 133.

See Barfleur.

Barbeflet. See Barfleur.

Barber, Tonsor, Thomas le, 284.

Barbézieux, Berbezill [Charente], 329.

, John, lord of, 44.

Barboti, Ranuchius, and his fellows of Siena, 249, 252, 411, 416, 445, 455.

See Reinuc.

Barcellus, 312.

Barcelona, Barchinonensis [Spain], Peter, sacristan of, afterwards bishop of, 398.

Barciaco, Raymond Brun de. See Brun.

Bard [in the valley of Aosta], palace and castle of, 469.

Bardney, Bardeney, Berdeneye [co. Lincoln], abbot of, 77, 462.

, Richard, cellarer of, abbot of Croyland, 161.

, Walter de Benigworth., abbot of, 259, 260, 265.

, Walter, abbot of, 427.

, William de Hatton, abbot of, 430, 432.

, prior and convent of, 258, 427.

Bardolf, Bardulf, William, 298, 443, 461.

, his lands in France, 250.

Bareis, Bares, Bareys, Varreis, Vareis [Barès, Gironde], Amalvin de, 339, 349, 399, 457, 473, 510.

, John de, 371.

Barentin, Barentyn, Drogo de, 1, 36, 42, 44, 52, 297, 328, 333, 355, 359, 405, 414, 503.

, warden of the Channel Islands, 424.

Barès, Gironde. See Bareis.

Barewe Est. See Berrow.

Barewell, Roger de, 162.

Bareys. See Bareis.

Barfleur, Barbeflet, Barbefle [Manche], 22, 60, 61, 99, 105, 273, 396.

, provost of, 88.

, — See Wignun.

Barill, Walter, 97.

Barking, Berking [co. Essex], 131.

, abbey of, 505.

, Maud, the king's sister, abbess of, 506, 507.

Barlet, Ralph, 98.

Barley ?, Burle [co. Oxford], wood of, 110.

Barnevill, John de, 198.

, Robert de [Barevill of Barton ?], 240, 241.

Barnwell, Bernewell [co. Cambridge], prior of, 156.

, letters patent dated at, 139, 429.

Baronis, Trencar, 393.

Barrow, Barwe, Barewe, co. Northumberland, 326.

[co. Gloucester], manor of, 408.

Barsac, Barszac, Bersac, Berzac, de Barciaco [Gironde,] 129, 405.

, bailiwick of, 139.

, provost of, 384.

See Beresank; Barasc; Brun.

Bartholomew de —pet, 389.

Barton Stacey, Berton [co. Southampton], 116.

Barton, Geoffrey de, prior of Dunstable, 282.

, Simon de, 258.

Barwe. See Barrow, co. Gloucester.

Basford, Baseford [co. Nottingham], 82.

Basilis, Richard son of, 26.

Basingeham, Beatrice de, 478.

Basinges, Adam de, 485.

, Hamo de, 482.

Basingstoke [co. Southampton], 142.

Basingwerk [co. Flint], abbot of, 257, 258.

Basingwerk, Gregory de, 258.

Baskervill, John de, 195.

, Roger de, 431, 481.

, Walter de, 235, 476.

Bassel, Ralph, 454.

Basset, Alan, 483.

, David, 57.

, Fulk, provost of Beverley, 57, 116.

, —, dean of York, afterwards bishop of London [1242 to 12 May, 1259], 270, 419, 421, 425, 433, 451, 453, 499, 505–6.

, Gilbert, 48, 49, 68.

, Philip, 26, 27, 49, 68, 297, 302, 336, 337, 343, 368, 369, 370, 371, 372, 373, 374, 380, 381, 383, 384, 393, 394, 395, 397, 398, 419, 421, 429, 437, 443, 454, 463.

, Ralph, of Periton, 456.

, Reginald de, Isabel daughter of, 222.

, Thomas, 332.

, Thomas. Philippa daughter of.

See Siward, Richard, wife of.

, Warin, 25, 26, 27, 34, 85.

,—, Katharine late the wife of, 55, 85.

, William, constable of the castle of Bolsover, 12, 42.

Bassingburn, Warin de, 101.

Bastard, Raymond [alias William Reimundi Columb], 341.

, Robert le, 454.

, William le, 463.

Bataille, William, prebendary of the chapel of St. Juliana [Shrewsbury], 486.

Batesford, William de, 234.

See Battisford, Suffolk.

Batevill, Elias de, 160.

Bath [co. Somerset], archdeacon of See Welles, Hugh de.

Bath and Wells, bishop of. See Welles, Jocelin de, 1206 to 19 Nov., 1242; Sarum, Roger de, 10 May, 1244, to 20 Dec., 1247.

, diocese of, 58, 115, 386, 398, 407, 417.

Bath [co. Somerset], church of, 367.

, —, work of, 407.

, city of, 394.

, disputed election of, 369.

, letters patent dated at, 115, 355, 407.

, monks of, 369.

, prior of, 136, 256.

, prior and convent of, 354.

Bathonia, Geoffrey de, King's cook, 294.

, Henry de, 6, 95, 253, 263, 287, 291, 293, 442, 462, 490.

, —, appointed sheriff of Gloucester, 37, 43.

, —, appointed sheriff of Northampton, 47, 102, 144.

, —, sheriff of Surrey and Sussex, 133.

,—, sheriff of York, 286.

,—, constable of the castles of Guildford and Hastings, 134.

, —, constable of the castle of Tickhill, 420.

, Hugh de, 164.

, Walter de, sheriff of Devon, 143, 268.

,—, constable of the castle of Exeter, 143.

Battisford, Batesford [co. Suffolk], 234.

Battle [co. Sussex], prior and convent of, 115.

, Ralph, monk, afterwards abbot of, 117.

, Ralph de Covintre, cellarer, afterwards abbot of, 130.

, abbot and convent of, 288.

Baucan. See Bauzan.

Baudak. See Baldock.

Baudecer la, Saltpit in Oleron, 309.

Bauducer, Mary daughter of Andrew, 309.

Baudrant, Peter, 310.

Baumpton, Colin de, 106.

Baunburg. See Bawburgh.

Bautre. See Bawtry.

Bauzan, Baucan, Geoffrey, 161.

, Richard, 335, 337, 343.

, Stephen, 41, 297, 337, 342.

Bavenn, Master Andrew de, 233.

Bavent, Hubert, 454.

, Michael de, 232, 234.

Bawburgh, Baunburg, Bamburc [co. Norfolk], church of, 93, 97, 101.

Bawtry, Bautre [co. York], 510.

Bayeux [Calvados], canon of, 135.

Bayford, Beiford [co. Hertford], chapel of, 244.

Bayllol. See Baillol.

Bayonne [Basses Pyrénées], 63, 188, 346, 358, 386, 390, 403, 431, 472.

, R. bishop of, 474.

, bishop of, 265.

, bishop and clergy of, 360.

, bishopric of, 374.

, captal of. See Arnaldi, Peter, de Pollenx.

, citizens of, 403, 422, 468.

, commonalty of, 431.

, custom on wine at, for the war, 332.

, customs of, keeper of. See Haverhull, Roger de.

, diocese of, 334.

, galleys of, 316, 317, 318, 329, 333, 335, 337, 343, 352, 360, 387, 392.

, goldsmith of, Master Thomas, 386.

, good men of, 314, 380, 404.

, issues of, 322.

, jurats of, 360.

, letters patent dated at, 403.

, B., mayor of, 329.

, mayor of, 365.

, mayor of. See Liposse, Bernard de.

, mayor, captal, jurats, and citizens of, 361.

, mayor and citizens of, 365.

, mayor and commune of, 381.

, mayor, commune, and good men of, 374.

, mayor and good men of, 9, 10, 48, 316, 345, 386.

, mayor, jurats, and commune of, 191, 383, 385, 386, 387, 422, 423, 457.

, mayor, jurats, and good men of, 361.

, mayor and jurats of the commune of, 390, 392, 434, 445.

, mayor and sailors of, 332.

, men of, 350, 351, 434.

, penalties in unjust, 381.

, the hundred peers of, 403.

, provost of, 322.

, précôté of, 317.

, précôté and customs of, 487.

, sailors of, 330.

, walling of, 422, 445.

Baywers, John de, 302.

Bazas [Gironde], good men of, 48, 320.

, barons of, 319.

, A[rnald de Pinibus], bishop of, 9, 49, 120, 121, 122, 129, 191, 201, 325, 347, 385.

, nephews of, 347.

, Ernulf bishop of, 49.

, R. bishop of, 391.

, bishopric of, 347, 348, 361, 362, 374.

, castle of, 385.

, good men of, 380.

, justice and good men of, 347.

, letters patent dated at, 376.

, Seinerun provost of, 385.

Bazil, Laurence, 457.

See Bacy.

Béarn, Byarre, G[arsende], countess of, 314, 451, 498.

, Gaston de, her son [1229–1290], 319, 352, 388, 451.

Beauchamp. See Bello Campo.

Beaufiz, Beufiz, William, 92, 99.

, William son of Stephen, 15.

Beaufo. See Bella Fago.

Beaulieu [co. Southampton], abbot of, 94, 99, 248, 262, 423.

, abbot and convent of, 119, 280.

, letters patent dated at, 88, 482.

Beaumont en Auge, de Bello Monte [Auge], prior of, 135, 162.

Beaumont [Deux Sèvres], vicomte of, 317.

See Bello Monte.

Beausault, de Bello Saltu [Charente], Grammont brethren of, 356.

Beauver. See Belvès.

Bec [Eure], Henry, abbot of, 272, 291.

, abbot and convent of, 291.

, abbot of, 291.

, William, monk of, 291.

, abbot of, 447.

Becch, Nigel, 510.

Beccles, Becles, Bekeles, Master Alan de, parson of Haughley, 248.

, Robert de, presented to Luffenham, 134.

,—, presented to North Luffenham, 144.

, —, dean of Heacham, 158.

Beceriar'. See Bressuire.

Bechesor, Adam de, 53.

, —, William Philip and Thomas his brothers, 53.

Bechet, Peter, 309, 402.

Beckenham, Beckeham [co. Kent], 289.

Becoiran [Bouqueyran, Gironde], Peter de, prior of the hospital of St. James, Bordeaux, 341.

Bedeford ? Bed', John de, almoner of Peterborough, 19.

Bedeford, Master Thomas de, 332.

, William de, 35, 391.

Beders, Boz de, 348.

Bedford [co. Bedford], castle of, siege of, 39, 74.

, Stocwell without, hospital of, 2.

Bedford, sheriff of, 231.

,— See Albo Monasterio, Reginald de; Bello Campo, William de; Gumbaud, John; Haya, Robert de; Holewell, William de; Reginald, Ralph son of.

Bedingham [co. Norfolk], church of, 19.

Bedinton, Peter de, 36, 158, 160, 180, 181, 183, 193, 204, 247, 295, 307, 377.

, —, presented to Ospring, 274.

, —, presented to West Wycombe, 329.

Beedon ?, Bedon [co. Berks], 494.

Beeston, Beston [co. Norfolk], 33.

, Beston, de Rupe [co. Chester], castle of, 267, 278, [279].

,—, constable of, 184, 185.

, —, — See Aldithele, Henry de; Lacy, John de; Lestrange, John.

Begar, P. A. de, 403.

Begarok. See Bigarroque.

Begewurth, Peter de, sheriff of Worcester, 132.

See Badgeworth.

Beiford, See Bayford.

Beighton, Beyghton [co. Norfolk], church of, 182.

Beinvill, Richard de, 33.

Beiries [Beyries, Landes], William Petri de. See Petri.

Beiscwod. See Bestwood.

Beissin, Beysin, Bessyn, Adam de, 304, 469, 481.

Bekeles. See Beccles.

Bel, Hugh le, 82, 257.

Bela, Robert son of, 105.

Beland. See Byland.

Belchamp, Belcheham [co. Essex], 372.

Belehus, Thomas de la, chaplain, 501.

See Beluz.

Belejamb, Belejaumbe, John, 271, 422.

, —, presented to Dadinton [diocese of Lincoln], 494.

Belemeyns, John, 260.

Belet, Michael, 498, 501.

Belia, de Norhamton, Jewess. See Jews.

, wife of Deulebeneye, Jew of Winchester. See Jews.

Belin, Belyn [Gironde], castle of, 138, 202.

, letters patent dated at, 377.

Beling, Roger de, clerk, 489.

Bella Fago, Beaufo, Emery de, 300.

, Gilbert de, 35, 40.

Bella Grava, Henry de, 83.

Belley [Ain], Boniface [de Sabaudia], proctor of the church of, archbishop of Canterbury. See Sabaudia.

Bello Campo, Beauchamp, Eudo de, 19, 108.

, Geoffrey de, 443, 466.

, Geoffrey de [constable of Bayonne], adherent of the king in Gascony, 397, 404.

, Hugh de, 293.

, John de, 134.

, Miles de, 243.

, Nicholas de, 391, 412.

, Nicholas de, son and heir of, 397.

, Richard de, 296.

, Robert de, 76, 77, 78, 128, 298.

, Walter de, 60.

, William de, 463.

, William de, sheriff of Bedford and Bucks, 121.

, William son of Walter de, sheriff of Worcester, 145.

Bello Monte, John de, 116.

, Philip de, 292.

, [Beaumont, Deux-Sèvres,] Ralph de, 75, 306.

, Ralph de, lord of Bressuire, 402.

, Richard de, 114.

, William de, 454, 505.

See Beaumont-en-Auge.

Bello Saltu, de. See Beausault.

Belsinton. See Bilsington.

Beluz, John de, 403.

See Belehus.

Belvaco, John de, 99.

Belvès, Beauver [Dordogne], castle of, 369.

Belvoir, Bouver [co. Leicester], 488.

Belyn. See Belin.

Benauge, Beneauges [Gironde], lord of. See Bovis Villa, Bernard de.

, castle of, 362.

, vicomtesse of, 362, 364, 367, 401, 405.

Bench, justices of the, 53, 64.

, justices of. See Culeworth, William de.

, rolls and writs of, keeper of. See Whitcestre, Roger de.

Benda, 34.

Beneaugun, Vitalis, 193.

Benedict, Master, papal chamberlain and chaplain [Benedict Gaetani, afterwards Pope Boniface VIII ?], 14.

, —, prebendary of St. Paul's, London, 298.

Crespin, Jew. See Jews.

Benedicti, William, 266.

Benesse-Marenne, Benessa [Landes], good men of, 327.

Beniflete, Martin son of Simon de, 507.

Benigwurth, Walter de, abbot of Bardenay, 259, 260, 265.

Benrinton. See Binderton.

Bensol', P. A. de, 403.

See Bignesola; Pinsola.

Bensted, Richard de, 462.

Beraldi, Beraut, Berard, Beraud [Béraut, Gers], Arnold, 81, 85, 242, 281, 374, 378.

, Bartholomew, 217.

Berbezill, Berbesy, Berbezeus, Berbezi[ll] [Barbézieux, Charente], Iter de, 402.

, Owen de, 346.

, Peter de, 471.

, Theobald de, canon of Lincoln, 140.

Berbezill. See Barbezieux.

Berburg, castellan of. See Gisnes, Baldwin, count of.

Bercarius. See Bercher.

Berceres. See Bressuire.

Berchamsted, Thomas de, 25.

See Berkhampstead.

Bercher, Berconarius, Bercarius, John le, of St. Swithun's, Winchester, 226.

, Walter le, of Rampton, 134.

Bercleye. See Berkele.

Berdeneye. See Bardney.

Bere, Benedict de, 483.

, Henry de la, 362.

, Richard de la, 464.

, William de la, 297.

Bereford, John de, 62.

, Richard de, 370.

, Richard de, sheriff of Cambridge and Huntingdon, 429.

Berechic, son of Madoc, 432.

Bereham, Gilbert de, 498.

Berengaria, queen of Castile and Toledo, 247, 362.

Berenger, John, 63.

, John, of Leoyre, 66.

, Raymond, count and marquess of Provence and count of Forcalquier [1209–1245], 416, 418.

, Beatrice countess of, mother-inlaw of Henry III, 243, 364, 414, 433, 486.

, —, Stephen, yeoman of, 275.

, —, seneschal of, 384.

, —, clerk of, 389.

, —, Sanchia or Schenchia, daughter of, wife of Richard, earl of Cornwall, 320, 327, 399, 408, 414, 437.

See also Richard, earl of Cornwall.

Beresank [Barsac, Gironde ?], Seinus de, 342.

See Barsac.

Berewic. See Berwick.

Berger, W. A. deu, 403.

Bergerac, Bregerac, Brigerak [Dordogne], Elias Rudel of or lord of. See Ridel, Elias.

, fortification of, 334.

, town of, 319.

, Elias de, 319.

, Ruellus son of Elias de, 335.

See also Ridel.

Bergeveny. See Abergavenny.

Berkele, Bercleye, Bercleg, Ernulf de, 38.

, —, parson of St. Peter's, Dover, 31.

, —, presented to Aldermannescherch, 38.

, —, presented to Halton. 299.

, John de, 226.

, Maurice de, 337, 362.

, Nicholas de, presented to St. Peter's, Dover, 31.

, Savary de, 390.

, Thomas de, 24, 31, 32.

Berkeley [co. Gloucester], 24.

, castle of, 31, 32.

Berkeveny. See Abergavenny.

Berkham, Thomas de, 252.

Berkhampstead, Berchamsted [co. Hertford], castle and manor of, 414.

, letters patent dated at, 447.

Berking. See Barking.

Berks, Berksire, sheriff of, 128, 165.

, —. See Brond, Robert; Cigoniis, Engelard de; Culeworth, William de; Leuekenor, Simon de ; Mapeldurham, Robert de.

Bermincham. See Birmingcham.

Bermondsey [co. Surrey], 128.

, prior of, 82.

, Guichard monk of La Charité, prior of, 223.

Bernard, Nicholas son of, 424.

, Ralph son of, 84, 229, 232, 238, 464.

, —, A. wife of, 229.

, Rustic, merchant of Florence, 232.

, Walter son of, 78, 79.

, William, 143.

Bernardi, Arnald, de la Dosse [Lados, Gironde], 327.

, Peter, 344.

, Raymond, 326, 327.

Bern[ardi], Raymond, prior of Mas d'Agenais, 195.

, R., de Balenes, 338.

William, Durnun [Ornon in Gradignan, Gironde], 338.

Bernavall. See Bernevall.

Bernay [Eure], R. prior of, afterwards abbot of, 363.

Bernecensis in the diocese of Burgos, John, archdeacon, 355.

Berneres, Berners, Bernirs, John de, 296, 430.

, Ralph de, 66.

Bernevall, Bernavall, Henry de, 63, 138.

See Burnhavill.

, Reginald de, 443.

, Roger de, 5.

Berninton, Alexander de, presented to St. Budock's, Oxford, 268.

Bernirs. See Berners.

Bernulvesby, William de, 120.

Berrow, Est Barewe, co. Somerset, 82.

Bersac. See Barsac.

Bertaud, Giles, envoy of the Emperor, 188.

Berton. See Barton Stacey.

Bertram, Bertrami, Peter, 339, 472.

, Peter, de Blankeford, 360.

See Blankeford.

, Roger, 778, 298, 299, 300, 480.

, —, Roger son of, 483.

Berwick on Tweed, Berewic [co. Berwick], Friars Preachers of, 262.

, house of St. Edward on the bridge of, master and brethren of, 484.

Berwick St. James, Berewik [co. Wilts], warren in, 372.

Besache, R. de la, prebendary of St. Paul's, London, 277.

Besevill, John de, 171.

Besill, Bessilles, Besilles, Besil, Bezil, John, presented to Essendon with the chapel of Bayford, 244.

, Luke, 355, 386.

, —, presented to Alestorp. 39.

, Matthias, 33, 46, 114, 155, 174, 199, 239, 243, 285, 333, 350, 354, 355, 356, 367, 375, 386, 412, 454, 475, 478.

Bessilles. See Besill.

Bessyn. See Beissin.

Beston. See Beeston.

Bestwood ?, Beiscwod [co. Nottingham], 3.

Betayll [Bétaille, Dordogne], Bernard de, 369.

See Bataille.

Bethlehem, Betleem, house of St. Mary of, brethren of, 510.

Béthune, Beton [Pas de Calais], Robert, lord of, and advocate of Arras, 8, 26, 27, 85, 133, 150, 168, 169, 170, 186, 199.

, —, lord of Bethun and Terremund (Termond), 322.

Betleem. See Bethlehem.

Betoiran. See Becoiran.

Beton. See Bethune.

Beucheveu, merchant of Florence, 232.

Beuderere, Elias son of Adam, 461.

Beufiz. See Beaufiz.

Beverle, Thomas de, prebendary of Gnosall, 278.

Beverley [co. York], men of, 23.

, St. John, preachers of, 105, 108.

, provost of. See Basset, Fulk; Eboraco, William de.

Bevill. See Bovis Villa.

Bexhill, Byxtle [co. Sussex], church of, 473.

Bexleg. See Boxley.

Beyghton. See Beighton.

Beysin. See Beissin.

Bezil. See Besill.

Bickarias, 368.

Bicknacre, Bikenacre, Bykenacre [co Essex], Ralph prior of, 177.

, Richard, cellarer of, 177.

, Andrew, prior of, 178, 179.

Bidal. See Vitalis.

Biddlesdon, Bytlesden [co. Buck], abbot and convent of, 41.

, letters patent dated at, 41.

Bidon, Joan de, 442.

Bidun, Peter de, 75.

Biele, William de, 403.

. See Bila.

Bigarroque, Begarok [Dordogne], castle of, 369.

Bigg, Arnulf, 101.

Bignesola, Arnald de, 405.

, Bernard de, 405.

. See Bensol'.

Bigod, Bygot, Bygoth, Bygod, Bigot, Bartholomew le, 61.

, Bertram le, 195.

, Margaret la, 199.

, Roger le, earl of Norfolk [12251270], 22, 39, 58, 68, 78, 86, 102, 125, 274, 278, 283, 295, 305, 313, 315, 454, 463, 472.

, —, his suite to Rome, 454.

Bigods, Affeton [in Dunmow, co. Essex], 61.

Bigorre, Bygorre [Gascony], count of. See Mastac, Bozo de.

Bila, Domerion de, 403.

. See Biele.

Billing [co. Northampton], 147.

Billing, Ralph de, 183.

Bilsington, Bilsinton, Belsinton [co. Kent], 385, 408, 426.

Binderton, Benrinton [co. Sussex], 392.

Bindon, Bynedon [co. Dorset], abbot and monks of, 499.

Binetre, Thomas de, dean of Burnham, 157.

Bingeham, Master Robert de, bishop of Salisbury [1229 to 1246], 55, 182, 190, 216, 230, 234, 246, 266, 271, 304, 397, 404, 414, 416, 420, 421, 473, 476, 483, 484, 489.

Bingham, Bingeham [co. Nottingham ?], 26.

Bircheholt, Alexander de, 108.

, Benedict de, 108.

Birdbrook, co. Essex ?. See Bulebrok.

Birlande, William de, 138.

Birmingeham, Burmingeham, Byrmingeham, Bermincham, Bermigham, Bermingeham, Maurice de, 455, 467.

, Meyler de, 467, 507.

, —, constable of the castle of Roscrea, 467.

, Peter de, 71, 72, 157, 465, 507.

, William de, 466.

Birmingham [co. Warwick], letters patent dated at, 118.

Biset, Byset, Emma, damsel of the queen, 211.

, Henry, 301.

, John, 221, 266, 269, 351, 468.

, —, Ela his daughter, 269.

, —, Isabel his daughter, 269.

, —, Alice his wife, 269.

, Margaret, damsel of the queen, 103, 271, 282, 286, 331.

, Thomas, 233.

, Walter, 392, 455.

Bisham, Bistlesham [co. Berks], letters patent dated at, 446.

Bishampton, Byhamton [co. Worcester], William Pipard of. See Pipard.

Bishops, translation of, 454.

Bishopston, Bissopiston, Bissopestun Ebleburne [co. Wilts], church of, 414, 416, 494.

Bishpleg, Ralph de, 383.

Bisshemede. See Bushmead.

Bisshop, Lambert, 372.

Bissopston. See Bishopston.

Bistlesham. See Bisham.

Bivernan, John, 107, 132.

Blacford. See Blakeford.

Blacham, Thomas de, Benedict son and heir of, 130.

Blachimund. See Blazimont.

Blackburn, Blakeburn [co. Lancaster], church of, 269.

Blackburnshire, Blakeburneshire [co. Lancaster], king's foresters of, 496.

Blackmore, Blakemore [co. Dorset], forest of, forester of. See Wrotham, Richard de.

Bladinton. See Bledington.

Blakeburn. See Blackburn.

Blakeford, Blacford, Robert de, 50, 123, 124.

Blakeham. See Blakenham.

Blakemore. See Blackmore.

Blakeney [co. Norfolk], 303.

Blakenham, Blakeham [co. Suffolk], church of, 90, 131.

Blanc, Peter, 403.

Blancaford. See Blankeford.

Blancbuilly, Blancbuylly, John, 160, 205.

Blanchardin, Stephen son of John, 154.

Blanchastel. See White Castle.

Blanchland [co. Northumberland], abbot of, 270.

Blanckeforde. See Blankeford.

Blancmuster. See Oswestry.

Blancpain, Richard, 200.

, William, 498.

Blangy [Seine-Inférieure], William de, 86.

Blankeford, Blanckeford, Blancaford [Blanquefort, Gironde], Arnald de, 311, 314, 319, 320, 325, 328, 338, 339, 354, 471.

, —, lord of Bourg, 460.

. See Bertram Peter, de Blankeford.

Blanzac, Blenzac [Charente-Infér.], lord of. See Rupe, Emery de.

Blaunchard, John, 155.

Blauncmuster. See Oswestry.

Blauncvill, Alice de, 482.

Blavia. See Blaye.

Blavimont. See Blazimont.

Blaye, Byavia, Bleyve, Blayve [Gironde], 44, 347.

, castle of, 120, 328.

, —, constable of. See Bren, Frank de.

, letters patent dated at, 313, 314, 337.

, St. Sauveur, Peter, abbot of, 202.

, St. Stephen's, abbot and convent of, 364.

[Blaye,] Bleis, Blavia, Bleyve, Blevia, Gerard de, 61, 339, 471.

, —, Agnes, daughter of, 436.

, Geoffrey de. See Ridel.

See also Bleys.

Blazimont, Blachimund, Blavimontis, [Gironde], abbot of, 306, 349.

Bleccheleg. See Bletchley.

Bledington, Bladinton [co. Gloucester], 17.

Bleis. See Blaye.

Blénac, Char-Inf. See Blennak.

Blennak, Bleynac [Blénac, Charente Infér.], Elias de, 339, 346, 471.

, —, Edelina wife of, 363.

Blenzac. See Blanzac, Char-Inf.

Bletchley, Bleccheleg [co. Buckingham], 371.

Blethin, son of Meuric, 432.

Blevia, Geoffrey de. See Ridel.

Bleynak. See Blennak.

Bleys, Nicholas de, presented to Tattingstone, 502.

See Blaye.

Bleyve. See Blaye.

Blickling, Blieling [co. Norfolk], church of, 204.

Blida, 461.

Blith. See Blyth.

Blockele, William de, 273.

Bloet. See Bluet.

Bloglo. See Bouglon.

Blois, William de, bishop of Worcester, 19, 44, 66, 157, 190, 213, 235–6, 281, 298-9, 303, 396, 398, 404, 408, 433.

, —, Thomas, chaplain of, 284.

, —, Master Thomas, official of, 469.

Blokesham. See Bloxham.

Blosmenill, John de, abbot of Abingdon, 247.

Bloxham, Blokesham [co. Oxford], 141.

Bluet, Bloet, William, 52, 125–6, 464.

Blund, Aaron, Jew. See Jews.

, Alexander le, 270.

, Henry le, 303.

, James le, 253.

, Master John le, 59, 93.

, John le, 202.

, John, of Anvers, 85.

, Miles le of Amiens, 56.

, Reiner le, 102.

, Master Richard le, chancellor of Exeter, afterwards bishop of Exeter [1245 to 30 Dec. 1257] 448, 450, 482.

, Robert le, of Douai, 15.

, Thomas le, 297.

, Walter le, of Neele, 56.

, William le, 294.

[Blundevill,] Randolf de, earl of Chester. See Chester.

, Randolf de, earl of Chester and Lincoln, Coletta niece of, 2.

, Thomas de, bishop of Norwich [1226 to 1236], 101, 131, 145, 156.

Bluvill, Ralph de, archdeacon of Norfolk, 190.

Blyth, Blith, Blye [co. Nottingham], 148, 209, 223, 266.

, tournament at, 57, 119, 131.

, prior of, 57, 131, 148.

Bobbere. See Prisa.

Bobbington [co. Stafford], letters patent dated at, 233, 466.

Bobernotte, Adam, 362.

Bobinhull. See Bubbenhall.

Bocham. See Bookham.

Bocholt. See Buckholt.

Bocking [co. Essex], church of, 2.

Boclaund. See Buckland Sororum.

Bodekesham, Hugh de, 149.

, —, Mayner his son, a Friar Preacher, 149.

Bod'ek, Waspeder de, 391.

Bodrigan, Henry de, 293.

Boeles, Bueles, Buelles, Boheles, Boelles, Bueil, Alda de, queen's damsel, 407.

, Hugh, 268, 295, 296.

, William de, 18, 20, 34, 75, 245, 252, 263, 268, 347, 377, 457, 471, 474, 487, 497, 498, 511.

, —, constable of the castles of Montgomery and Snead, 18.

, —, — and keeper of Montgomery, 20.

, —, constable of the land of La Fave, 34.

, —, constable of the castle of La Réole, 245, 252.

, —, appointed seneschal of Gascony, 457, 471, 474.

, —, keeper of the customs of Bordeaux, 457.

Boeri, Elias, 145.

Boetius, master, papal clerk, and member of the Pope's household, 55.

, —, presented to Medbourne, 222.

Boevill. See Bovis Villa.

Boevur, Elias, 160.

Boglon [Bouglon, Lot et Garonne], Gerard de, 403.

Boheles. See Boeles.

Bohun, Boun, Henry de, earl of Essex and Hereford [died 1236], 58-9, 76, 89, 230, 235, 242, 265, 289, 294, 306, 322, 323, 325, 329, 427, 445.

, —, will of, 178.

, —, Maud his wife, countess of Essex, afterwards wife of Roger de Dauntsey, 89, 163.

, Savary de, 238.

Bokeswuorth [Boxworth, co. Cambridge], William son of Henry de, 483.

Bokinfeld, Adam de, 219.

Bole, Bolom [co. Nottingham], prebend of York, 3.

Bolebec, Hugh de, sheriff of Northumberland, 145.

, —, constable of the castles of Bamborough and Newcastleon-Tyne, 145.

Bolevill, Nicholas de, 19, 228, 243, 244, 271, 273, 274, 277, 294, 328, 331, 333, 341, 343, 347, 349, 351, 354, 358, 359, 368, 369, 370, 371, 372, 374, 380, 381, 383, 394, 395, 398, 418, 462, 491.

, —, William de, his son, 243.

Bollesovre. See Bolsover.

Bolom. See Bole.

Bolsover, Bolesovres, Bollesovre [co. Derby], 224.

, castle of, 53, 56, 65, 224.

, —, constable of. See Basset, William; Crepping, Robert de; Despenser, Hugh de; Ferariis, William de; Gubaud, John; Hastings, Henry de; Insula, Brian de; Segrave, Gilbert de; Siward, Richard.

, castle and honor of, 42.

, castle and manor of, 41.

, honor of, 56.

Bolton, Boulton [co. Northumberland], prior and lepers of, 14.

Bona the widow, Jewess. See Jews.

Bonafuz. See Bonefuz.

Bonaouillin, merchant of Florence, 232.

Bonde, Siegfried, 131.

Bonefuz, Bonafus, Amanieu, 480.

, Peter, 49, 348.

Bonencuntre, Bonincontry, merchant of Florence, 232.

, Brabacun or Bramenzon, merchant of Siena, 470.

, James, 471, 476.

Boniface VIII, pope. See Benedict.

Bonivardi, Bonywardi, William, 469.

Bonrepos [Morbihan, Brittany], abbot and monks of, 97.

, abbot of, 101, 391.

Bonywardi. See Bonivardi.

Bookham, Bocham, Rocham [co. Surrey], market and fair at, 380.

Boquer, Gilbert, 375.

Bordeaux [Gironde], 97, 98, 107, 110, 113, 114, 132, 137, 138, 189, 193, 286, 313, 316, 318, 319, 321, 322, 325, 326, 327, 330, 341, 348, 350, 351, 352, 353, 355, 356, 359, 361, 362, 363, 364, 368, 371, 372, 375, 377, 379, 381, 383, 386, 387, 388, 401, 431, 432, 453, 457, 473, 480, 500.

, Gerard, archbishop of, 9, 105, 113, 120, 129, 145, 160, 188, 189, 191, 192, 193, 196, 201, 231, 325, 326, 334, 357.

, Godfrey, archbishop of, 393, 402, 436.

, —, his chapel at, 402.

, bishopric of, 203.

, avalage of wines through, 37, 187.

, bailiff of. See Poncellis, Richard de.

, barons of, 319.

, burgesses of, 22.

, Boniface, merchant of, 63.

, castle of, 9, 129.

, —, gate of, porter of, 346.

, —, king's houses by, 212.

, —. houses under, 498.

, church of, fabric of, 188.

, citizens of, 377, 382, 506.

, cloth of, 138.

, commune of, unlawfully extended, 160.

, customs of, 7, 194, 320, 321, 347, 363, 382, 419, 471, 499, 500.

, custom on wine of, 323.

, petty customs of, 212.

, customs of, keeper of. See Boeles, William de; Haverhull, Roger de.

, dean of, 202.

, diocese of, 366.

, farm of, 23, 306.

, Friars minors of, 500.

, king's forest by, 406, 413.

, galleys at, 337, 352.

, good men of, 332.

, feud of, with the seneschal of Gascony, 129.

, "foreigners" to be excluded from, 23.

, liberties of, 23.

, Halengret, citizen of. See Halengret.

, houses in, made after the fashion of towers, 473.

, Isaac, Jew of, 113, 346.

, issues of, 245, 497, 498.

, issues of, pledged for five years, 49.

, Jews of. See Jews.

, landes of the King, 317, 319.

, letters patent dated at, 316, 317, 318, 319, 320, 321, 322, 323, 324, 325, 326, 327, 328, 329, 330, 331, 332, 333, 338, 339, 346, 349, 350, 351, 352, 353, 354, 355, 356, 357, 358, 359, 360, 366, 367, 368, 369, 370, 371, 372, 373, 374, 375, 377, 378, 379, 380, 381, 382, 383, 384, 385, 386, 387, 388, 389, 390, 391, 392, 393, 394, 395, 399, 400, 401, 404, 405.

, mayor of, 8, 135, 139, 434, 453.

, —, election of, 8.

, mayor of. See Caillou, P.; Columb', Galcelinus.

, mayor and bailiffs of, 191, 343.

, mayor and citizens of, 187, 473.

, mayor and commune of, 9, 23, 160, 316, 366, 436, 487.

, mayor and commune of, owe no service without the diocese of Bordeaux, 308.

, mayor and good men of, 38, 47, 48, 273, 314, 345.

, mayor and jurats of, 8, 228.

, mayor, jurats and commune of, 7, 91, 113, 128, 129, 137, 138, 175, 389, 457.

, mayor and jurats of the commune, 389.

, mayor, council and jurats of, 6.

, mayor and provosts of, 189.

, men of, 10.

, money of, 7.

, money of, 60s. to the mark, 389.

, Moulin D'Arcs, in, 341.

, Muniors, mill near, 341.

, prévôté of, 319, 363.

, prévôté and customs of, 487.

, rent of, 314.

, salt pit of the King at, 44, 219.

, St. Andrew's church, 487.

, —, chapter of, 325.

, —, priory of, 328.

, St. Croix abbey, 406.

, —, Peter, abbot of, 419.

, —, abbot of, 192, 487.

, —, abbot and convent of, 191, 325, 396, 405, 418.

, —, hospital of (sic), 413.

, —, charter to, 393.

, St. Damian, sisters of the order of, without, 394.

, St. James' hospital, 341, 413.

, —, Peter de Becoiran, prior of, 341.

, —, Peter, prior of, 417.

, —, prior of, 453.

, St Julian without, hospital of, 406.

, St. Severin, abbey, 366.

, —, dean and chapter of, 325.

, —, canon of. See Mainsani, Master Peter.

, Temple at, 277.

, tower in, 9.

, walling of, 436.

, wines of the king at, 9. Bordesleg, 231.

Bordesley, Bordesle [co. Worcester], abbot and convent of, 18, 171, 172.

Borgensis. See Burgos.

Borgton, 151.

See Broughton.

Bosco, Bosc, Master Bernard de, 314.

, Bernard de, 405.

See Bosketto.

, Bonettus del, 175.

, Geoffrey de, 296.

, Henry de, 502.

, Richard de, 11, 114.

, William de, 405.

Bosham, Boscham [co. Sussex], 125, 126.

Bosketto, Bernard de, merchant of Marseilles, 308, 380.

Boston, co. Lincoln, 366.

, fair of, 106, 239, 432, 460, 480.

ferie Hoyland', 130.

Boterel, Peter, 120, 155, 251.

Bottefeld, Gregory de, 110.

, Henry son of Richard de, 110.

Boues. See Bowes.

Bouglon, Bloglo [Lot et Garonne], castle of, 195.

See Boglon.

Boulogne [Pas de Calais], count of, countess of. See Dammartin, Reginald de.

, constable of. See Ostewic, Baldwin de.

, honour of, 73, 82, 250, 298, 491.

, —, keeper of. See Culeworth, William de; Thany, Peter de.

Boulton. See Bolton.

Boun. See Bohun.

Bouqueyran, Gironde. See Becoiran.

Bourdeilles, Dordogne. See Burdella.

Bourg, de Burgo [Gironde], men of, 352.

, castle and town of, constable of. See Haye, Ralph de la.

, knights and good men of, 385.

, lord of. See Blankeford, Arnald de.

, mayor, jurats and good men of, 460.

Bourgneuf en Retz ? de Burgo Novo [Loire-Infér.], Knights Templars of, 309.

Bourne, Brunne [co. Lincoln], abbot of, 222.

Bourton, Burton [co. Gloucester], church of, 233.

Boveney [co. Buckingham], 479.

Bouver. See Belvoir.

Bovill. See Bovis Villa.

Bovincontry. See Bonencuntre.

Bovis Villa, Bovill, Boevill, Bevill, Arnald de, 329, 345.

, Arnald de, lord of Duras [Lot et Garonne], 346, 471.

, —, of Marmande [Lot et Garonne], 407, 510.

, —, —, Arnald de, his son, 510.

, Bernard de, 231, 372.

,—, Sibyl wife of, 356.

, Bernard de, lord of Benauge, son of Willelma, 7, 191, 319, 335, 338, 344, 405, 471.

, —, of St. Macaire [lord of Benauge], 335, 345, 349.

, —, Willelma, countess of Benauge, 405.

, Bernard de, or Bernard de Veteri Villa de, lord of Soumensac, 339, 344.

, Henry de, 483.

, Richard de, constable of the Tower of London, 300.

, Master S. de, chancellor of Oxford University, 442.

Bovoky, William, 282.

Bowes, Boues [co. York], manor and castle of, 10.

Boxley, Boxle, Bexley [co. Kent], abbot of, 14, 481.

Boxworth, co. Cambridge. See Bokesworth.

Boydel, William de, 464.

Boystard, John, a Norman, 391.

, Roger, 391.

Brabant, 85, 300.

, Henry duke of, and count of Lorraine, 96, 103, 108, 110, 136, 302.

,—, son of, 96.

,—, Henry son of, 103.

Bracebrugg, Henry de, 488.

, Ralph de, 483.

, William de, 128.

Brackele. See Brakele.

Brackley [co. Northampton], 238, 269, 452.

, St. John's Hospital, prior of, 452.

Bracton, Henry de, justice in eyre, 462.

Bradeford, Laurence de, monk, afterwards abbot of Shireburn, 492.

Bradele, Henry de, 496.

, Walter de, presented to Ivy Church, 276.

, William de, 408.

Bradelegh. See Bradley Maiden.

Brademere, John de, king's yeoman, 365, 496.

Braden, Bradene [co. Wilts], forest of, 435.

Bradenstoke [co. Wilts], letters patent dated at, 115.

Bradested. See Brasted.

Bradewas, Reginald de, 130.

Bradford, Bradeford [co. Wilts ?], St.

Margaret, hospital for lepers, brethren and sisters of, 115.

Bradford, Braford, co. York, church of, 258.

Bradley Maiden, Bradelegh [co. Wilts], prior of, 102.

, St. Matthew, infirm sisters of, 282.

Braford. See Bradford.

Brakele, Brackele, Simon de, 142.

, Walter de, bishop of Ossory, 14, 25, 70, 421.

Braket, William, 355.

Bramber, Bremle [co. Sussex], castle of, 58.

,—, constable of. See Sauvage, Robert le.

, land and castle of, 89.

Bramton, John, parson of, 436.

See Braunton.

Branche, Braunch, Peter, 334, 350, 395, 464.

, William, 229.

Brand, Brant, Christian, 302.

, Robert, Emma wife of, 200.

Branes. See Branne.

Branne?, Branes [Gironde], 83.

Branne, Brane [Gironde], port of, 366.

Branston, Braunteston [co. Leicester ?], 64.

Branston, Branzton, co. Lincoln, warren in, 373.

Brant. See Brand.

Braosa, Brausa, Breosa, Breusa, Eva de, sister of Richard Marshal, earl of Pembroke, late the wife of William de Brausa, 46, 52, 59, 178.

, John de, 66, 89.

,—, his honous of Knepp and Bramber, 58.

, —, Margaret wife of, 18.

, Maud de, wife of Res son of Res, 422, 474, 489.

,—, her children. 474.

, Walter de, constable of the castle of Carmarthen, 17.

, William de, 6, 45, 251, 433, 464, 504.

,—, Isabel daughter of, wife of David, son of Llewelin, prince of Aberffraw. See David.

,—, Annora daughter of, wife of Hugh de Mortuo Mari. See Mortuo Mari.

,—, Eva wife of. See Eva de above.

, —, Eva daughter of, 228.

, William son of John de, 70.

Brasted, Bradested [co. Kent], 104.

Braumpton, 102

See Braunton.

Braunche. See Branche.

Braunde, Emery de la, 402.

Braunteston. See Branston.

Braunton, Bramton [co. Devon], 282.

, king's manor of, 274.

Brausa. See Braosa.

Bray [co. Berks], 81, 142.

Bray, Bre [co. Dublin]. See Corchan.

Bray, Ralph de, 27.

,—, sheriff of Warwick and Leicester, 15.

, Richard de, 52.

, William de, 52.

Braybof, Mabel de, 155.

Brea, in Oleron, 147.

Breamore [co. Southampton], letters patent dated at, 132.

Brechinow. See Brecknock.

Brecknock, Brechinow, archdeacon of, 508.

Bregerac. See Bergerac.

Brehull, Henry de, 59.

See Brill.

Bremble. See Bramber.

Bremegrave, Sampson de, forester of Feckenham, 210.

Bremesgrave. See Bromsgrove.

Bren, Bresne, Brene, Frank de, 328, 340, 343, 352, 404.

,—, constable of the castle of Blaye, 318.

Brengery, Bernard, 83.

Brenles [near Ridlington, co. Rutland], 234.

See Brynllys.

Bresne. See Bren.

Bressuire, Berceres, Beceriar' [Deux Sèvres], castle of, 306.

, lord of. See Bello Monte, Ralph de.

See Brugreire.

Bret, Amanieu del. See Lebret.

, Gilbert le, 148.

, John le, 295.

, —, a Norman, 37.

, Philip le, constable of the castle of Carmarthen, 17.

, —, constable of the castle of Dyserth, 465, 486.

, Richard le, usher of the treasury of Dublin, 114.

, Simon le,101.

, Stephen le, 37.

Bretevill, John de, 498.

Bretford, co. Warwick, 198.

Breton, Brito, Elias le, 83, 501.

, Henry le. 295.

, —, presented to Corby, 207.

, —, presented to St. Michael's, Kerry, co. Montgomery, 493.

, John le, 196.

, Randolf le, prebendary of Salisbury, 494.

, Robert le, 83, 501.

, Wigan le, 318, 363.

,— See also Wigan, king's serjeant.

, Wygemer le, 337.

, William le, 169, 228, 423.

,—, wife of, 489.

Bretons, lands of, 497.

Breues. See Brus.

Breusa. See Braosa.

Brhom. See Brom.

Brian, Ralph son of, 102.

, Thomas son of, 236.

Bricett, Brisete [co. Suffolk], prior of, 234.

Brichehulle. See Brickhill.

Brickhill, Brichehull [co. Buckingham], 84.

Brictwell, Ralph de, 116.

Brid, David le, 382.

Brideford. See Bridford.

Brideton, Roger de, sacristan, afterwards abbot of Abbotsbury, 470, 473.

Bridford, Brideford [co. Devon], church of, 475.

Bridge. See Berwick on Tweed; Henley; Pontage; Stone.

Bridgewater, Bruges, Bruges Walteri [co. Somerset], 42.

, bailiffs of, 470.

, castle of, 470.

, Friars Minors of, 470.

, honor of, 99.

, manor and castle of, 51, 287.

, constable of. See Wrotham, Richard de.

, St. John the Baptist hospital, master and brethren of, 143.

Bridgnorth, Bruges [co. Salop], castle of, 168.

, —, constable of, 249, 478.

,—,— See Rivallis, Peter de; Lestrange, John.

, —,constable of, 21, 124, 211, 230, 249, 478.

, free chapel of, canons of, 495.

,—, dean of. See Rivallis, Peter de.

,—, prebendaries of, 21, 230.

, prebendary of. See Burgo, William de; Dunholmia, Peter de; Langele, Henry de; Maidenestan, Osbert de.

, gaol of, 124.

, murage for, 19, 26, 256.

Bridlinton, Th. de, 241.

Bridport, Brideport [co. Dorset], St. Mary's church, 271.

Brie, count of. See Thibaut, king of Navarre.

Brie de Syorte [near Graves d'Ambarés, Gironde], 393.

Brigerak. See Bergerac.

Brill, Brehull [co. Buckingham], letters patent dated at, 110, 224, 447, 488.

Brinkburn, Brinkesburn [co. Northumberland], prior of. 111.

Brinton [co. Norfolk], church of, 190.

Brion' [Brionia], Alice de, 130.

, Walter de, 443.

Brioyne, Matthew de, 296.

Brisay, William de, 34.

See Prissay.

Brisete. See Bricett.

Bristol, Bristow [co. Gloucester], 25, 69, 146, 187, 192, 256, 274, 284, 420.

, bailiffs of, 6, 69, 154.

, bailiffs and good men of, 298.

, Barton of, 6, 199.

, —, well of, called 'Paniwell,' 6.

, burgesses of, 27, 311.

, castle of, 43, 172, 199.

,—, constable of, 6.

,—,—See Alis, Roger; Talebot, William; Vivona, Hugh de.

, —,—, Talebot, William and Mareschall, Eleanor le, jointly, 44.

, Friars Preachers of, 6.

,—, church of, 6.

,—, Walter, prior of, 125.

, galleys for, 28.

, galleys at, keeper of, 35.

, good men of, 28, 47, 287, 430.

, —, their farm of, 47, 287.

, letters patent dated at, 151,152.

, mayor of. See Putot, William de.

, men of, 35.

, murage for, 36, 47, 210, 250, 430.

, prise of ale in, 199.

, St. Augustine's, prior and convent of, 47, 281.

,—, William, sub-prior of, 47.

, —, David, abbot of, 47.

,—, William, prior, afterwards abbot of, 50, 54.

,—, Walter, prior of, 288, 299.

,—, W., abbot of, 281.

,—, William, chamberlain of Keynesham, abbot of, 299.

,—, abbot of, 106, 256.

, St. James' priory, 256.

,—, prior and convent of, 261.

, salt from, 311.

, thirtieth of, 221.

, tithe of issues of, 154.

, works of, 100 marks from Ireland for, 507.

Bristoll, Adam de, 334.

Brito, king's yeoman, 418.

Brito. See Breton.

Brittany, 16, 51, 54, 106, 150, 330.

, coast of, 329.

, first transfretation into, 177.

, lands of Bretons in England, 497.

, Peter, duke of and earl of Richmond. See Dreux, Peter de.

, Eleanor, the king's kinswoman of. See Eleanor.

Briwer, William, bishop of Exeter [1223 to 1244], 18, 86, 102, 105, 126, 135, 267, 404.

, William, 58.

, —, Joan wife of, 13.

Briwer. See Bruern.

Briwes, Brus, Bruys, Breues, Isabel de, sister and one of the heirs of John, earl of Chester, 224, 234.

, Peter de, 68, 196.

, —, Peter his son and heir, 196.

, —, Joan his daughter, 196.

, Robert de, 95, 151.

, — sheriff of Norfolk and Suffolk, 43, 206.

, —, constable of the castles of Norwich and Orford, 206.

Broc. See Brok.

Brocarz, Brokarz [Brocas, Landes], Arnaldinus de, 388.

, William Arnaldi, de. See Arnaldi.

, William de, 407.

Brochampton. See Brokehampton.

Broohol, William de, 384.

Brocton. See Broughton.

Broil, Bruyl, Hispanus de, 194.

, William de, 46.

Brokarz.See Brocarz.

Brok, Broc, Agnes del, 502.

, John de, presented to Bulebrok, 302.

, Laurence del, 507.

, Mabel de, 201.

, Robert de, 201.

Brokehampton or Brookhampton, Brochamton [in Kington, co. Warwick], 33.

Brom, Brhom, Roger de, 104.

, constable of the castle of Buckenham, 35.

Bromfield, Brumfeld [co. Salop], 430.

,Griffin son of Madoc de, 268, 430.

Bromhale. See Broomhall.

Bromholme [co. Norfolk], letters patent dated at, 39, 97, 278, 449.

, market of, 81.

, tumbrel and pillory in, 81.

, prior and convent of, 81.

, prior of, 278.

Bromley, Bromlegh [co. Kent], 169.

Bromsgrove, Bremesgrave, Brumesgrave [co. Worcester], 147, 171, 172, 224.

, church of, 108.

, good men of, 181.

Brond, Robert, sheriff of Berks, 142.

Brook Street, Sideburgbroc, Sydeburbroc [in Weald, co. Essex], St. John's hospital for lepers, brethren of, 22, 57.

Brookhampton. See Brokehampton.

Broomhall, Bromhale [in Sunninghill, co. Berks], nuns of, 479.

Bros, Henry de, 244.

See Brus.

Brouctun. See Broughton Nether.

Brough under Stainmoor, Burgus [co. Westmorland], castle of, 255.

, church of, 437, 446, 448.

Broughton, Brocton, Brouhton [co. Salop ?], 43, 80, 99, 101.

, truce made at, 59.

Broughotn Nether?, Brouctun, Brocton [co. Leicester], 117.

, late of Simon, king's cook, 366.

Broy, Henry le, 35.

Bruera, Bruere, Robert de, 83, 101, 103.

Bruern, Briwer [co. Oxford], John, abbot of, 472.

Brug'. See Bridgewater.

Bruges, Flanders, 16, 102, 168, 170.

Bruges. See Bridgnorth.

Bruges Walteri. See Bridgewater.

Brugreire [Bressuire, Deux-Sèvres ?], W. A. de le, 403.

Bruis. See Brus.

Brumaud, William, 343.

Brumesgrave. See Bromsgrove.

Brumfeld. See Bromfield.

Brun, Hugh le, the king's brother. See Lezinan.

, John le, appointed sheriff of Oxford, 50.

, Philip le, 228.

, Raymond le, 49, 114.

, —, de Barsac, 129, 132.

, Robert le, 379.

, Master William le, 53, 95, 253, 263, 265, 285, 455.

, Master William le, presented to Dungarvan, 432.

, —, acolyte, 501.

, —, "dyakene," 501.

Brunne. See Bourne.

Brunwic, church of, 255.

Brus. See Briwes.

Brusekaillou, Jocelin, 471.

Brussellis, Reyner de, 508.

Bruyl. See Broil.

Bruys. See Briwes.

Brynllys, Brenles [co. Brecon], castle of, constable of. See Gisnes, Baldwin de; Nafford, Robert de.

Bubbenhall, Bobinhull [co. Warwick], church of, 134.

Buchard, Henry, 102, 343.

Buche, Buke, Amanieu de, 338.

, Raymond, 49, 344.

Buchy, Montaninus, 239.

Buckden [co. Huntingdon], letters patent dated at, 130.

Buckenham, Bukeham [co. Norfolk], 416.

, castle of. 104.

,—, keeper of. See Brom, Roger de.

, castle and manor of, 408.

Buckholt, Bocholt [co. Southampton], forest of, 471.

Buckingham, county of, farm of, 36.

, forest of, 125.

, justices in eyre in, 152.

, sheriff of, 88, 231, 300, 347, 479.

, sheriff of. See Albo Monasterio, Reginald de; Bello Campo, William de; Gumbaud, John; Haya, Robert de; Holewell, William de; Reginald, Ralph son of.

Buckland Newton ?, Neweton, co. Dorset, market and fair of, 349.

Buckland Sororum, Boclaund [co. Somerset], brethren and sisters of, 91.

Buckworth, Bukeswurth [co. Huntingdon], church of, 496.

Bucler, George le, 94.

bucstanus, piebald horse, 285.

Budbrook, Buddebroc [co. Warwick], church of, 303.

Bufle, Walter le, 92.

Bueles. See Boeles.

Bueil, Buelles. See Boeles.

Buke. See Buche.

Bukeham. See Buckenham.

Bukerel, Andrew, mayor of London, 53.

Bukeswurth. See Buckworth.

Bulder' [diocese of Bazas ?], 121.

Bulebrok, diocese of London [Birdbrook, co. Essex ?], church of, 302.

Buleby, John de, 51.

Bulemer, Philip, 99.

Bulwell, Bulewell [co. Nottingham], church of, 265.

Bungay, Bungeye [co. Suffolk], 305.

[co. Norfolk], letters patent dated at, 97.

Bungeye, Reginald de, 427.

Buntlhoc. See Glamorgan.

Burbon, Erchenbald de, 137.

Burd. See Labourd.

Burdegala, Bertram de, 98.

, Gaillard de, presented to Chiddingly, 499.

, Gerald de, 399.

, Oliver de, 375.

, Owen de, 99.

, Master Peter de, 129, 306, 308, 309, 311, 329, 339, 348, 374, 387, 394, 399, 402, 434, 451, 487.

,Master Peter, presented to Wellington, 207.

, —, prebendary of St. Paul's, London, 305, 330.

, Peter de the younger, 471.

See Bordeaux.

Burdella [Bourdeilles, Dordogne], Elias de, 402.

Burdet, William, 483.

Burdun, John, 233.

, William, warden of the lepers' hospital, Chichester, 425.

Bureghes, Herbert de, 95.

Bures [Burgos in Spain], Marchaunt de, 330.

See Burgos.

Bures, William de. 430.

Burewell, Geoffrey son of Baldwin de, 295.

See Burwell.

Burgeis, Burgess, Burgensis, William, of Bordeaux, 107, 132.

, William, of Winchelsea, 110.

Burgenilda, Edith daughter of, 158.

Burghers. See Burwash.

Burgo, Aken Andree de. See Andree.

, Benedict de, 400.

, Colomb de, citizen of Bordeaux, 114.

, Gerald de, 316.

, Gerard de, 471, 496.

, Hubert de, earl of Kent, 10, 19, 20, 48, 73, 74, 100. 101, 112, 124, 125, 133, 289, 322.

, —, Margaret wife of, sister of the King of Scots 2, 5, 126, 160.

, —, —, Margaret or Magota her daughter, 2, 160.

, —, bailiff's accounts of, 124.

, —, charters of, 81.

, —, escape of, from the castle of Devises, 27.

, —, jewels of, forfeited to the king, 5.

, —, the king's proclamation touching his treatment of, 28-29.

, —, renounces the justiciaryship of England, 48.

, —, niece of. 10.

, John de, 94, 328, 358, 359, 364, 432, 443, 464.

, —, Hawise his wife, 359.

[Bourg. Landes], John de, 471.

, Nassus de, 322.

, —, Orabilia de, his daughter, 322.

, Philip de, 103.

, Richard de, 8, 16, 17, 24, 39, 40, 73, 149, 205, 323, 324, 328, 334, 337, 341, 351, 352, 353, 385, 399.

, —, justiciary of Ireland, audit of his office, 10-11.

, —, quit of account for the time he was justiciary of Ireland, 73.

, Thomas de, 103.

, Walter de, 142, 145, 146, 156, 173, 175, 187, 189.

, William de, 192, 257, 295, 315, 325, 382, 423, 433.

, —, prebendary of Bridgnorth, 211.

, —, prebendary of Ossory, 421.

, —, keeper of the seal pro tempore, 348.

, —, bishop of Llandaff [1244 to 11 June, 1253], 432, 460.

, —, —, Robert, clerk of, 483.

Burgo. See Bourg.

Burgo [Bourg, Gironde], Euken or Aken Andree de. See Andree.

Burgo Novo, de. See Bourgneuf en Retz.

Burgos, Borgensis [Spain], diocese of, 355.

Burgos ? Bures, in Spain, 318.

Burgus. See Brough under Stainmoor.

Burle. See Barley.

Burmingeham. See Birmingham.

Burneham, Burnham, Philip de, 267.

, Ralph de, 68, 119, 159.

, Robert son of Baldwin de, 435.

, Simon de, chaplain. presented to St. Mary's, Canterbury, 495.

, Thomas de, 62, 189.

Burnell, Alan, 350.

Burnet, Alan, 374.

Burnevill, William de, 234.

Burnham [co. Norfolk], deanery of, 159.

, dean of. See Binetre, Thomas de.

Burnham. See Burneham.

Burnhavill, William de, 164.

See Bernevall.

Burreaus, Iter, 325.

Burthon, Stephen de, 180.

Burton, co. Gloucester. See Bourton.

, co. Northampton, 83, 231, 241.

Burton on Trent [co. Stafford], 495.

Burton, Richard de, 20.

Burun, Richard de, the king's constable, 1.

Burwash, Burghers [co. Sussex], church of, 475.

Burwell, Burewell [co. Lincoln], 110.

Busceby, John de, 443, 462, 464.

Buscel, Thomas, 204.

Buse, Adam, constable of the castle of Mayllonach, 467.

Bushmead, Bisshemede [co. Bedford], prior and convent of, 97.

Busser, Baldwin, 107.

Butiller, Butillier, Butler, Pincerna, Amaury le, 117.

, John le, 507.

, Maurice, 126.

, Michael the, 360, 443.

, Richard, 159.

, Richard le, of Upton, 196, 232, 234.

, Roger the, 454.

, Theobald, 175.

, Th. le, archdeacon of Totnes, 447.

, Walter le, 336.

Butlery, the service of, due to the king, 408.

Butley [co. Suffolk], letters patent dated at, 96.

Buttevill, Elias de, 205.

Byarne, Byarre. See Béarn.

Byavia. See Blaye.

Bygod. See Bigod.

Bygor. See Bigorre.

Bygot. See Bigod.

Byhamton. See Bishampton.

Bykenacre. See Bicknacre.

Bykenhull, Alexander de, 128.

Byland, Beland, Belaund [co. York], abbot of, 162, 447.

Bynedon. See Bindon.

Byrines, William Petri de. See Petri.

Byrkin, Botulf, 131.

Byrmingeham. See Birmingeham.

Byset. See Biset.

Bytlesden. See Biddlesdon.

Byxtle. See Bexhill.

Byzantium, Romania, Constantinopolis, Emperor of, 217.

, —, B. count of Namur, heir of, 217.

, Flemencus, knight of, 217.

, St. Sampson's House, 236.

, —, Thomas, envoy of, 236.

C

Cabinonensis. See Chabanais.

Cabragh ? Cabry [co. Tipperary], castle of, 70.

Cachepot, William, 157.

Cackeston. See Caxton.

Cadamo, Cadomo, Master John de, 33.

, —, king's proctor at convocation, 32.

, —, king's proctor at Rome, 74.

, Richard de, 98.

See Caen.

Cadillac, Cadilak [Gironde], William Arnaldi de. See Arnaldi.

Cadurcis, Cawurth, Chaorcis, Chaurcis, Chaurces, James de, presented to Stoke, diocese of Coventry, 96.

, Patrick de, 193, 207, 254, 295, 315, 316, 327, 331, 369, 372.

, Payn de, 114, 181.

, William de, 429.

Cadwadlam. See Mereduc son of Hoel; Hoel son of.

Cadwalader. See Kadwalader.

Caen, Cadomum [Calvados], 85.

, stone from, 85, 98.

Caenby, Cauenby [co. Lincoln], 417.

Caerleon, Carleon, Carlyon, Karlyun, Carliun [co. Monmouth], 36.

, castle of, 26, 160, 468, 484.

, constable of, 254.

, — See Tieis, Walerand.

Caermerdin. See Carmarthen.

Caher. See Kather.

Cahors [Lot], merchants of, 317.

, bishop of, 338.

Caignes, Kahaynes, Kaynes, Luke de, 510.

, William de, 3.

, William, son and heir of William de, 174.

Caillac, Cayllac [Lot], William Arnaldi de. See Arnaldi.

Caillewey, Philip, 104.

Caillau, Caylaw, Kaylaw, Kayllow, Calhu, Kaillou, Arnald, 364, 388.

, Peter, 471, 487.

, —, mayor of Bordeaux, 138, 350, 355, 368, 389.

Cailly, Keylli, Keelly, William de, 311, 337.

See Chaylly.

Caistor, Castre [co. Lincoln], 263.

Calais, Caleis [Pas de Calais], Henry, bailiff of, 96.

Calbot, Simon, 56.

Calemere. See Calemere.

Calewedon. See Canewdon.

Calhu. See Caillou.

Calewurt. See Colewurth.

Calna, Calne, Peter de, sacristan of Norwich, 156.

, Reginald de, 213.

, William de, canon, 24.

Calupos, sloops, 366.

Calvo Monte. See Caumont.

Calvus. See Bald.

Cambes. See Cambys.

Cambitor. See Changer.

Cambridge, Cantebrig [co. Cambridge], 156, 232, 242.

, Dyaya [Eleazar], son of Magister de, Jew of, 178.

, St. Mary's church, 36.

, tournament at, 67, 70, 180.

, sheriff of, 78, 450, 453.

, — See Bereford, Ralph de; Caxton, Germanus de; Colne, Henry de.

Cambys, Cambes, Alexander de, citizen of Bordeaux, 110, 113.

, Peter de, 110.

Camera, Caumbre, Geoffrey de, 199.

, Master Henry de, presented to Farleigh, 246.

, Peter de, 494.

Cameshal. See Campsall.

Camho, Kamho [Cambo, co. Northumberland], William de, sheriff of Northumberland, 273.

Camme [Cam, co. Gloucester], Thomas de, 299.

Cammo, W. P. de, 403.

Camois, Ralph de, sheriff of Sussex and Surrey, 299.

Campania, Master John de, papal notary, 207.

, Peter de, 295.

Campden, Campeden [co. Gloucester], 3.

See Caumpeden.

Campis, Chaumps, Raymond des, 365.

, —, Elias his son, 365.

, Simon de, merchant of Douai, 480.

Campsall, Cameshal [co. York], Muriel. the recluse of, 435.

Canceis, Robert de, 286.

See Chauncy; Chanisy.

Cancellis, Chaunceus, Chanceaus, Andrew de, 293.

, Emery de, 95, 272, 503.

, —, constable of the castle of St. Briavel's, and of the Forest of Dean, 252.

, —, constable of the castle of Goodrich, 481.

, —, constable of the castle of Hereford, 481.

, Giles de, 270, 314.

Cancia. See Kancia.

Canewdon, Calewedon, Kanewedon, co. Essex, 270, 314.

Caninges, Richard de. 354.

Cantebrig. See Cambridge.

Cantemerle. See Chantemerle.

Canterbury, Cantuaria [co. Kent], 176.

, archbishop of. See Abbendon, Edmund de, 1233 to 16 Nov., 1240; Sabaudia, Boniface de archbishop elect, 1240 to 1245, archbishop 1245 to 18 July, 1270.

, archbishop [rectius York], 356.

, archbishopric, 240, 255, 269, 286, 289, 298, 361, 372, 376, 377, 384, 388, 407.

, —, corn from, sent to Bordeaux, 371.

, —, die of, 245.

, —, gavelkind in, 269.

, —, issues of, 278.

, —, official of, 204.

, archdeacon of. See Langeton, Simon de, 1232-1248.

, castle of, 294.

, —, constable of. See Crioil, Bertram de; Hadhlo, Nicholas de.

, change of, warden of, 307.

, Christchurch, prior and convent of, 248, 254.

, church of, 274, 404, 410.

, dean of, 218.

, city of, die of, 245.

, — See archbishopric.

, diocese of, 2, 3, 5, 19, 21, 22, 25, 31, 35, 38, 260, 332, 358, 396.

, Eastbridge, St. John's hospital, warden of, John de Suff', 275.

, Holy Trinity, church of, 61, 62, 104.

, —, almoner of, 419.

, —, priory of, 91.

, —, prior and convent of, 16, 24.

, —, Peter, sub-prior of, 24.

, —, Thomas, sacristan of, 24.

, —, Simon, the sub-prior, 241.

, —, William, the precentor, 241.

, —, great gate of, 239.

, house of in Lyon, 388.

, —, Quincew rent of, in Lyon, 388.

, Sampson, Jew of, 212.

, — See Jews.

, letters patent dated at, 42, 91, 92, 93, 104, 105, 134, 162, 175, 176, 270, 407, 417, 480, 499.

. mint of, 90, 127, 190, 191, 224, 245, 307.

, — See London and Canterbury.

, —, die in, 190, 245.

, St. Augustines, abbot of, 37, 282.

, —, monks of, 390.

, —, prior and convent of, 400, 404.

, —, Simon, sub-prior of, 412, 413.

, St. Gregory, prior of, 218.

, —, Simon, sub-prior of, 254.

, —, Robert, cellarer of, 254.

, —, Nicholas de Shotindon, canon, afterwards prior of, 255.

, St. Mary's church, 495.

, St. Thomas' shrine, pilgrimage to, 23, 45.

Cantilupo, Cantulluppo, Cauntelupe, Kauntilupe, Kantilupo, Robert son of Robert, 358.

, Master Roger de, 36, 414, 459, 489, 493.

, Master Walter de, bishop of Worcester [1237 to 1266], 90, 158, 173, 404, 408, 453, 462, 504.

, —,constable of the castle of Wilton, 190.

, — will of, 174.

, William de, the elder [died 1239], 81, 86, 118.

, William de, the younger [died 1251], one of the guardians of the realm during the king's absence beyond seas, 35, 80, 138, 140, 208, 227, 228, 231, 233, 245, 246, 255, 283, 285, 287, 288, 290, 295, 298, 300, 302, 309, 313, 316, 318, 321, 323, 324, 326, 329, 330, 331, 332, 333, 335, 336, 344, 351, 356, 357, 358, 360, 363, 370, 373, 374, 375, 376, 377, 379, 380, 382, 383, 384, 387, 388, 389, 390, 391, 392, 394, 397, 398, 404, 426, 432, 434, 437, 454, 455, 463.

, —, keeper of the town of Shrewsbury, 35.

,—, constable of the castle of Nottingham, 245.

, —,keeper of Lundy Island, 426.

, —, sons of, students, 331.

, — [of Ireland], 8, 9.

Cantuaria, Henry de, 381, 409.

, —, presented to Chelmondiston, 432.

, —,presented to St. Andrew's, Hertford, 467.

, —, prebendary of St. Chad, Shrewsbury, 467.

—, presented to Hoton in the Forest, 488.

. John son of Robert de, 269.

, Robert the elder, 385.

, Robert de, king's clerk, had a die in the mint, 190, 224, 245, 269, 307, 373.

, —, clerk of the king's chapel, 212.

, —, porter of the great gate of the priory of Holy Trinity, Canterbury, 239.

, —,the younger, son of the above, 332, 379, 385, 450.

, —,— presented to St. Mary le Bow, London, 285, 298.

, —, —,presented to Lambeth, 376.

Cantulluppo. See Cantilupo.

Canun, Alice, 138.

Capella, Hugh de, 197, 209, 276.

, Robert de, constable of the castle of Randown, 467.

Caperun. See Chaperun.

Capes, Hugh de, 80.

Capitula, 292, 293.

of the pleas of the Crown, 442.

Capua, dean of. See Vinea. John de.

Capuz, Master Philip de, prebendary of Chester, 447.

Carbregh, Carbrugh. See Carebrac.

Carbunel, Ralph, 253.

Cardelhaco[Cardaillac, Lot], Bertram de, 338.

Cardiff, Kaerdif [co. Glamorgan], castle of, 653.

, —, constable of. See Si ward, Richard.

Cardigan, Kaerdigan [co. Cardigan], constable of, 254.

, castle of, constable of. See Molis, Nicholas de.

, —, serjeants in, 458.

, manor and castle of, 265, 266.

, castellany of, the four commotes belonging to, 474.

, St. Mary's priory, priory of, 280.

, county of, 493.

, —,bailiff of. See Monemuta, John de.

, honor of, 343.

, inquisition touching, 292.

, Hirewern in, 342.

Cardinals, fratres apostolice sedis, 235, 384, 398, 401 410.

, — See Columpua, John de.

, — See also their respective titles.

Cardinan, Kardinan, Andrew de, 293.

, Hugh de, 293.

Carebrac, Karebrac, Carbrugh, Carbrgh, Duncan de, 69, 71.

Carebroc. See Carisbrook.

Carette, Nicholas de la, 99.

Carevill, Karevill, Master Robert de, treasurer of Salisbury, 492.

Cariagium, averpenny, 193.

Carisbrook, Carebroc [Isle of Wight], castle of, 23.

Carleon, Carlyon, Karliun, Karlyon, Morgan de, 24, 26, 36, 149, 153, 154, 160, 214, 409, 447.

See Caerleon.

Carleton, Karlaton [co. Cumberland]. 199, 213, 219, 226, 294.

Carliolo, Karliolo, Henry de, 112.

, Patrick de, the king's physician, 335.

, Master Patrick de, parson of Edingthorpe, 376.

, Peter de, 219.

, Henry and Ralph, his fellows, 219.

. See Carlisle.

Carlisle [co. Cumberland], 197, 213, 237, 262.

, archdeacon of, 488.

, W., bishop of. See Mauclerk, Walter, 1223 to 1246.

, bishop of. See Everdon, Silvester de, 1246-1254.

, bishopric of, 488.

, castle of, constable of. See Aer, William de; Mauclerk, Walter; Muleton, Thomas de.

, diocese of, 175.

, gaol, 182.

, prior and convent of, 113, 484, 486, 488.

, Richard, prior of, abbot of Evesham, 159.

, prior of, 294.

, Alexander, canon of, 488.

, Randolf, canon of, 488.

, G., canon of, 484.

, W., canon of, 484.

, justices in eyre at 115.

, men of, 415.

, murage for, 415.

Carliun. See Carleon, Caerleon.

Carlton in Lindrick, Karleton in Lindrik [co. Nottingham], 500.

Carlton cum Willingham, Karleton, co. Cambridge, 453.

Carmarthen, Caermerdin, Kaermeredin, Kaermerdin, Keyrmerdin [co. Carmarthen], 68, 476.

, king's galley of, 13.

, Master Tankard, archdeacon of, 500.

[St. John's], Robert de Kaermerdin, prior of, 492.

, —, prior and convent of, 500.

, castle of. 17, 68, 266.

, —, constable of, 254.

, —, — See Bret, Philip le, Breosa, Walter de; Molis, Nicholas de; Trubleville, Henry de.

, —, serjeants in, 458.

, castle and honor of, constable of. See Gaugi, William de.

, castle and town of, 54, 80, 87.

, —, constable of. See Gaugi, William de.

, constables and bailiffs of, 45.

, king's constable of, 54.

, fortification of, 54.

, good men of, 17, 41, 54, 68, 69, 80.

, honor of, 41, 108, 343.

, manor and castle of, 265.

, inquisition touching, 292, 293.

Carmarthen, county of, bailiff of. See Monemuta, John de.

Caroli, Bozo, 145.

Carpenter, John, the, 72.

Carrick, Karrec [co. Tipperary ?], fair of, 323.

Carrickfergus, Cracfergus [co. Antrim], church of, 502.

Carrow, Karho [co. Norfolk], prioress of, 69.

Carteret. See Cartred.

Carthusians. See Hinton.

Cartmel, Cartemel [co. Lancashire], prior and convent of, 241.

Cartred, Charteray, Kateret, Philip de, 106, 414.

Casa Nova [Cazenave, Landes], John de, 403.

, [Cazeneuve, Gers?], Vitalis de, 338.

Cashel, Ireland, M[aurice or Marian], archbishop of, 6, 171.

, prebend of, 229.

, dean and chapter of, 229.

Casingeham, William de, 60.

Castayn, land of, 386.

Castedgelos [Castel-Jaloux, Lot et Garoune], John de, 403.

Castel-Sarrazin [Tarn et Garoune], burgesses of, 456.

Casteleun [Castillon de Médoc in St. Christoly et Conquèques, Gironde], Emery de, 329.

, Poncius de, 319, 338.

Casteleun. See Castillon sur Dordogne.

Castellare, Castillare, Vital de, 405.

, William de, 405.

Castellensis. See Castillon.

Castello, Laurence de, 63.

, Stephen de, 122.

Castello Novo, Fulk de, 290.

. See Castro Novo.

Castellon. See Castillon.

Castelsoureby. See Sowerby Castle.

Castelvire, de Castro de Vyre [Calvados], 276.

Castets en Dorthe, de Castro de Redort, [Gironde], lord of, 339.

Castile and Toledo, Leon and Galicia, F., king of. See Ferdinand III.

, king of, Alfonso, brother of, 260.

, king of. See Alfonso.

, Berengaria, queen of, 247, 362.

, queen of, 362.

Castillon sur Dordogne, Castelun, Castellon, Casteleun, Kasteleun, [Gironde], Philip, vicomte of, 329, 342, 350, 361, 366, 446, 471.

Castles. See:—
-, Appelby
-, Arundel
-, Bamborough
-, Banbury
-, Bedford
-, Beeston
-, Berkeley
-, Berkhampstead
-, Bolsover
-, Bowes
-, Bramber
-, Bridgewater
-, Bridgnorth
-, Brough under Stainmoor
-, Buckenham
-, Canterbury
-, Carlisle
-, Castleton
-, Chester
-, Christchnrch
-, Clifford
-, Clun
-, Cockermouth
-, Colchester
-, Conisborough
-, Corfe
-, Devizes
-, Dover
-, Durham
-, Egremont
-, Exeter
-, Fotheringay
-, Framlingham
-, Gloucester
-, Goodrich
-, Grosmont
-, Guildford
-, Hadleigh
-, Halton
-, Hastings
-, Hereford
-, Hertford
-, Horston
-, Jersey
-, Kenilworth
-, Knaresborough
-, Knepp
-, Liverpool
-, Lundy
-, Lydford
-, Mitford
-, Newark
-, Newcastle on Tyne
-, Newcastle under Lyme
-, Newport
-, Norwich
-, Nottingham
-, Odiham
-, Orford
-, Oswestry
-, Oxford
-, Painscastle
-, Peak
-, Pevensey
-, Pickering
-, Pontefract
-, Porchester
-, Rayleigh
-, Reigate
-, Rochester
-, Rockingham
-, St. Briavels
-, Sarum
-, Sauvey
-, Scarborough
-, Sherborne
-, Shrewsbury
-, Skenfrith
-, Skipton
-, Sleaford
-, Snead
-, Southampton
-, Taunton
-, Tickhill
-, Tonbridge
-, Totnes
-, Trilleck
-, Warwick
-, Whitchurch
-, White Castle
-, Wilton
-, Winchester
-, Windsor
-, York

See also:—
-, France
-, Gascony
-, Ireland
-, Wales

Castle of wood, 343.

Castleacre, Acre [co. Norfolk], 271.

Castle-Connell, Coning [co. Limerick], castle of, 467.

, —, constable of. See Inteberg, Philip de.

Castleton, Peccum [co. Derby], letters patent dated at, 118.

castle, constable of. See Engayne, Warner; Grey, John de; Gubaud, John.

, church of, 136.

See Peak.

Castre. See Caistor.

Castro Novo, Fulk de, 269, 277, 412, 448, 457, 473, 478, 485.

See Novo Castro.

Castro Novo. See Castello Novo.

Castnum Matildis. See Painscastle.

Castrum de Redort. See Castets en Dorthe.

Catellan, Arnald, 416.

Catesby [co. Northampton], nuns of, 3.

Catmore, Catmer, co. Berks, 200.

Catteshall, Richard de, 435.

Cauenby. See Caenby.

Caumbray, Giles de, 367.

, Master Henry de, presented to Sevenoaks, 255.

Caumbre. See Camera.

Caumont, Caumund, Coumund, Cari Montis [Lot et Garonne], lord of. See Reimundi, William, de Pinibus.

See Cavo Monte.

, castle of, 354.

Caumpden, Campden, Master Henry, de, presented to St. Peter's Winchcomb, 504.

, presented to Gosbeck, 489.

Caundevre, Kaundevre, Philip de, 81.

Cauntelupe. See Cantilupo.

Caunvill, Kanvill, Mabel de, 238.

, Thomas de, 134.

, William de, 200.

Causat, Brunus. 114. 132.

Caussada [Caussade, Tarn et Garonne], R. de, 338.

Cauwell, John de, 337.

Cauz, Kauz, Geoffrey de, 80, 118.

, John de, 414, 415.

, Master Peter de, prebendary of Chester, 452.

, Ralph de, 342.

Cavi Montis. See Caumont.

Cavo Monte, Chaumont, Calvo Monte Caumont, Coumunde [Caumont, Lot et Garonne], Anisand, Anexancius, Menesentius, Mensecus, de, 335, 339, 344, 472.

, Nompar (Nemersanz) de, 319.

, R. de, lord of Taillebourg, 338.

, Bogo Numpar de. See Numpar.

. See also Caumont.

Cawurth. See Cadurcis.

Caxton, Cackeston, Kaxton [co. Cambridge], 79.

, Germanus de or Jeremiah de, appointed sheriff of Cambridge and Huntingdon, 44, 176, 183, 247, 289, 371, 383, 442.

, —, presented to Godmersham, 266.

Caylaw. See Caillau.

Cayllac. See Caillac.

Cazenave, Landes. See Casa Nova.

Cazeneuve, Gers. See Casa Nova.

Cefnllys, Keventhles [co. Radnor], castle of, 489.

Celestine IV, the Pope [1241 to 1243]. See Pope.

Cellarer, Adam the, 24.

Cementarius. See Mason.

Cendet, W. A. de, 404.

Cennore. See Chinnor.

Ceriton, Gilbert de, 288.

. See Cyriton.

Cerne, Richard de Suwell, monk of Christchurch, Canterbury, abbot of, 421.

, Richard, the sub-prior, 420.

, Nicholas, the ostler, 420.

, Philip, the cellarer, 420.

, prior and convent of, 420.

Cerne, Master Henry de, 142, 148.

Cernès, Sernensis [diocese of Bordeaux], archpriest of. See Lartiga, Bernard de.

Certese. See Chertsey.

Cestrefeld. See Chesterfield.

Cestrefeud. See Chesterfield.

Cestreton, Bardulf de, 140, 202.

Cestria, Roger de, 72.

. See Chester.

Cette. See Chute.

Chabanais, Cabinonensis [Charente], count of, 253.

Chaboneis, Chaboneys [Chabanais, Charente], Esquivat de, 312, 368.

Chaceporc, Chacepork, Hugh, 311, 502.

, Gwydona, wife of, king's kinswoman, 502.

, Peter, treasurer, afterwards keeper of the wardrobe, 246, 247, 249, 257, 267, 268, 275, 280, 281, 282, 285, 287, 296, 312, 313, 314, 327, 328, 330, 332, 348, 354, 355, 357, 358, 362, 367, 372, 384, 394, 402, 423, 429, 437, 442, 448, 452, 456, 457, 461, 466, 478, 481, 497, 501, 503, 504, 507, 509.

, —, parson of Aldham, 246.

, —, presented to Ivinghoe, 249.

, —, presented to Croydon, 267.

, —, prebendary of St. Paul's, London, 330.

, —, prebendary of Chichester, 423.

, —, prebendary of Exeter, 448.

, —, envoy to king of Aragon, 481.

Chaeny, Cheeney, Chany, Chenay, Chaenay, Cheenay, William de, 106, 107, 313, 317, 328, 346, 354, 359, 363, 364, 369 370, 423, 424, 446, 469, 473, 488.

. See Kaisneto; Chedney.

Chafford. See Clatford.

Chaldon, Calewedon [co. Herts ?], 270.

Chalais, Chaleis, Chales, [Charente], king's knights at, 353.

, castle of, 356.

Chaleis, Chaleys [Chalais, Charente], Oliver de, 348, 366, 402, 419, 425.

, —, Agnes his wife, 425.

Chalford, Chauford [co. Oxford], 201.

Chalgrove, Chalfgrave [co. Oxford], 36.

Chalun, Ralph de, 337.

Chaluz [Chalus, Haute-Vienne], Amblard de, 374.

Chamber, the king's. See Henry III.

Chamberlains, the. See Henry III; Exchequer.

Chamberlain, Chamberleng, Chaumberleng, Geoffrey le, 2, 333.

, Richard, 337.

, Simon, 274, 297.

Champagne, count of. See Thibaut, king of Navarre.

Champart, 304, 419.

Chanceaus. See Cancellis.

Chancellor, the. See Nevill, Ralph de.

Chancery clerks, 378.

, seal of. See Seal.

Changer, Cambitor, Robert, the, 101.

Chanisy, Elias de, 377, 388.

. See Chauncy; Canceis.

Channel Islands, 89, 92, 106, 146, 501.

, assizes in, 18.

, assizes in, taken once in three years, 414.

, bailiff of, 504.

, focages in, 148, 359, 363.

, warden of. See Albiniaco, Philip de; Barentin, Drogo de; Molis, Nicholas de; Trublevill, Henry de, seneschal of Gascony.

, deputy of the seneschal of Gascony in. See Molis, Nicholas de.

, See Jersey, Guernsey, Alderney, Sark.

Chantemerle, Cantemerle [Deux Sevres], priory of, 396.

Chany. See Chaeny.

Chaorcis. See Cadurcis.

Chapelein. See Chaplain.

Chaperun, Chaperon, Caperun, P. G. deu, 404.

, Ralph, 64, 68.

, William, 35, 40, 296, 336, 369.

Chaplain, Chapelein, Anselm, the vicar of Wrotham, 266.

, Arnold, the, 162.

, Arnald le, of Sault, 498.

, Bernard le, 90.

, Geoffrey, the, prebendary of St. John's, Chester, 279.

, Gilbert, the, 504.

, John, the, 454.

, Nicholas, prebendary in Crantock, 450.

, Richard, the, 267.

, Robert, the, warden of the hospital of St. John without the East Gate, Oxford, 195, 266.

, —, rector of Hoo, and warden of the House of Converts, London, 453.

, Simon, the, of Aldenham, 162.

, Thomas, the, warden of the lepers' hospital, without Chichester, 425.

, William son of Adam le, of Weston, 57.

Charbonet, James, 303.

Charente river, Gascony, 347.

Charité [Nièvre], Theobald, prior of, and the convent of, 223.

Charlton, Cherleton [in Tetbury, co. Gloucester], 80.

Charment, Philip de, 325.

Charneles, Robert de, 454.

Charrun, Charwin, Guichard de, presented to Fransham, 303.

Chart Little, Little Chert [co. Kent], church of, 299.

Charteray. See Cartred.

Charters, 149, 313, 314, 315, 328, 330, 333, 341, 351, 354, 358, 359, 363, 364, 368, 369, 370, 371, 372, 373, 374, 380, 381, 383, 394, 395, 397, 398.

, recited, 393.

, of Richard I recited, 383.

Chartus'. See Witham Charterhouse.

Chatton [co. Northumberland ?], manor of, 415.

Chauford. See Chalford.

Chaueney. See Chavigny.

Chaugrave, Robert de, 42.

See Chalgrove.

Chaumberleng. See Chamberleng.

Chaumbery, Master Peter de, parson of Brough under Stainmore, 437, 448.

Chaumery, Christian de, 485.

Chaumps. See Campis.

Chaunceus. See Cancellis.

Chauncy, Robert de, 484.

. See Chanisy; Caneeis.

Chaundeler, John le, 337.

, Richard le, 337.

Chaundos, Ralph or Ralph de, 17, 163.

Chauntemerle, William, 377.

See Chantemerle.

Chaurces. See Cadurcis.

Chavigny, Chaueney, Chauvenny, John de, 170, 208, 498.

, —, his wife, daughter of Emery de Fortibus, 170, 208.

Chawri, Robert de, presented to Rowde, 505.

Chawton [co. Southampton], letters patent dated at, 135.

Chaylly, Adam de, 310.

. See Cailly.

Cheam, Cheyham [co. Surrey], church of, 240.

Cheddar, Ceddre [co. Somerset], wood of, 82, 90, 121.

, hundred of, 90, 91.

Cheddingelegh. See Chiddingly.

Chedney, Thomas de, 25.

See Chaeny.

Chedworth, Chedewurth [co. Gloucester], warren for, 315.

Cheenay, Cheeney. See Chaeny.

Chelefeld, Simon de, 2.

Chelefeud. See Chelsfield.

Chelegrave. See Chilgrove.

Cheleworth. See Chilsworthy.

Chelmondiston, Chelmodestun [co. Suffolk], church of, 432.

Chelmsford, Chelmereford, Chelmeresford [co. Essex], 86, 97.

, letters patent dated at, 299.

Chelsfield ?, Chelefeud [co. Kent], Ralph, parson of, 56.

Cheltenham, Chiltham, Chilteham [co. Gloucester], 445.

, manor of, queen's dower, 394.

Chenay. See Chaeny.

Chennor. See Chinnor.

Cheny. See Chaeny.

Chepstow, Striguil [co. Monmouth], See Striguil.

Chérac, de Cheraio [Charente Infér.], house of, 384.

Cherbourg [la Manche], St. Mary de Voto by, abbot and convent of, 130.

Cherbury, Cholebiry [co. Salop], hundred of this, side Offa's Dyke, placed under the sheriff, 18.

Cherleton. See Charlton.

Cherrington, Chyreton [co. Salop ?], 80.

Chertsey, Certese [co .Surrey], abbot and convent of. 119.

, abbey lately burnt, 119.

, Alan, abbot of, 380.

, letters patent dated at, 508, 510.

Chester, 221, 256, 257, 259, 456, 460, 486, 495.

, bishopric of, 278, 456.

, —. See Coventry and Lichfield.

, castle of, constable of, 184, 185.

, —, — See Aldithele, Henry de; Lacy, John de; Lest range, John.

, Simon, dean of, 244, 279.

, dean of. See Shotindon, Robert de.

, county, city and mills of, 435.

, gaol, 427.

, good men of, loan of, for the Welsh war, 435.

, king's larder of, tithes of, 468.

, king's house at, tithe of victuals in, 495.

, letters patent dated at, 257, 258, 459, 465.

, loan to king from, 492.

, mayor and others of, 431.

, St. Giles' hospital, 468.

, St. John's [college], dean of, 279.

, —, prebendary of. See Chaplain, Geoffrey, the; William, Alexander, son of; Capuz, Master Peter de; Caus, Master Peter de; Chester, Master William, archdeacon of.

, St. Mary, prioress and nuns of, 495.

, —, nuns of, 482.

, St. Werburgh's, abbot of, justice of, 185.

, —, abbot of, 257, 466.

, tallage of, 467.

Chester, Cestresyre, county of, 182, 209, 210, 224, 465, 490, 494, 495, 501.

, —, abbots and priors of, 279.

, —, archdeacon of, 269, 412.

, —, Master William, archdeacon of, 447, 452.

, —, Silvester, archdeacon of. See Everdon, Silvester de.

, —, castles of, constable of. See Lestrange, John.

, —, demesnes in, 265.

, —, assigned to the queen in dower, 394, 501.

, —, demesnes of king in, leases of, 195.

, —, earldom of, purparty of Derforguil de Baillol in, 206.

, Hugh, earl of [died 1181], charter of, 495.

and Lincoln, Randolf [de Blundevill], earl of [died 1231], 2, 26, 32, 80, 182, 185, 206, 210, 485.

, —, Coletta his niece, 2.

and Huntingdon. See Scot, John le, 1231 to 1244.

, —, earls of, 468, 495.

, —, issues of, 281.

, —, justice of, 221, 430.

, —, — See Grey, John de; Lestrange, John; Segrave, Stephen de; Chester, St. Werburgh's abbot of.

, —, men of, 254.

, —, posse of, 456.

, —, sheriff of. See Lacy, John de; Lestrange, John.

, —. steward of. See Monte Alto, John de; Monte Alto, Roger de.

Chesterfield, Cestrefeld, Cestrefeud [co. Derby], 57.

, St. Leonard's hospital, lepers of, 57.

, —, master and leprous brethren of, 118.

, letters patent dated at, 118.

Chetevill, Hugh de, 415.

Chetwode, Chetewud [co. Buckingham], 133.

Cheveleswell. See Chilswell.

Chevening, co. Kent. See Chivening.

Cheverel, Alexander, 483.

Chewton, Chiuton, Chywuton, Chyueton [co. Somerset], 21, 93, 106.

Cheyham. See Cheam.

Cheyn, Nemyn, prebendary of Cashel, 229.

Chicaud, William, 364.

Chichester, Cycestre [co. Sussex], John, archdeacon of, 420.

, —, houses of the, in, 422.

, bishops of. See Neville, Ralph de; Passelewe, Robert, bishop elect, 14 April, 1244, to 21 July, 1245; Wico, Richard de.

, bishopric, 419.

, Eustace, chancellor of. See Leveland, Eustace de.

, dean of. 475.

, dean and chapter of, 420, 421, 422.

, diocese of, 57, 473.

, lepers' hospital without, William Burdun, warden of, 425.

, —, Thomas. the Chaplain, warden of, 425.

, prebendary of. See Chaceporc, Peter; Dorset, Master Humphrey, archdeacon of; Maunsel, John; Maupudre, Richard de; Palude, Guy de; Prestecot, Master Walter de; Nevill, Nicholas de; Sancto Martino, Laurence de; Wic', Master R. de.

Chiddingly, Cheddingelegh [co. Sussex], church of, 499.

Childewic, Childwik, Geoffrey de, 162, 295, 504.

Childheya [Childhay, co. Dorset], Luke de, 59.

Childwik. See Childewic.

Chilgrove ? Chelegrave [co. Sussex]. Juliana and Maud, women of, 333.

Chilham, Richard son of Godwin de, 497.

Chillak, Sillak, Syllak, [Chillac, Charente], Agnes de, 380, 395, 407.

, —, Elias her son, 380, 407.

, Elias de. 314, 341, 380, 395.

, —, Bertram de, his brother, 314, 341, 342, 348.

Chilleton, Henry de, presented to Chilton, 115.

See Chilton.

Chilswell, Cheveleswell [co. Berks], 391.

Chilsworthy, Cheleworth [co. Devon], 20.

Chiltham. See Cheltenham.

Chilton, Chilleton [co. Somerset], church of, 115.

, —, vicarage of, 115.

Chiminage, 290.

Chinnor, Cennore, Chennor [co. Oxford], church of, 110, 111, 112.

Chipeham. See Chippenham.

Chippenham, Chipeham [co. Cambridge], 98.

, letters patent dated at, 39, 139, 278, 293, 429, 450.

, Chippeham [co. Wilts], forest of, 51, 90, 234.

, —, constable of. See Plessetis, John de.

Chipping, Chypping [co. Lancaster], church of, 239, 265.

Chiteham [Chilteham ?], Simon de, 297.

Chiuton. See Chewton.

Chivening [Chevening, co. Kent], Adam de, 79.

Chivinton. See Jevington.

Cholebiry. See Cherbury.

Chork. See Cork.

Chrishall, Cristeshal, co. Essex, 419.

Christi Ecclesia, Master William de, 427.

, —, bishop of Llandaff [1240 to 1244], 431.

Christian, court, 200.

Christchurch, Cristescherch [co. Southampton], castle of, 23.

Chubbe, William, king's serjeant, 494.

Church, cause tried in a, 4.

Chute, Cette, Schet [cos. Wilts and Southampton], forest of, 100, 458.

Chyket, William, 356.

Chynton. See Clinton.

Chypping. See Chipping.

Chyreton. See Cherrington.

Chyryol, Walter de, presented to Winterborne Strickland, 420.

Chyueton. See Chewton.

Chywuton. See Chewton.

Cigoniis, Cygoniis, Cygoni, Cygoyny, Aminges de, balister, 143.

, Engelard, Engelram, or Engerard de, 16, 46, 49, 50, 81, 142, 164, 165, 182, 189, 216, 266, 421.

, —, sheriff of Oxford, constable of the castle of Oxford, and keeper of the houses and park of Woodstock, 16.

, —, appointed sheriff of Berks, 46, 81.

, —, constable of the castles of Windsor and Odiham, the manors of Windsor, Cookham, Bray and Odiham, and the forests of Windsor and Odiham, 49, 50, 81.

, —, constable of the castle and forest of Odiham, 142.

, —, constable of Windsor, 164, 165.

, —, forester of Windsor forest, 182.

, —, constable of the castle of Odiham, 266.

Cilcen, Kylkyn [co. Flint], church of, 499.

Cilycwm, Gillecum [co. Carmarthen], church of, 508.

Cinchii, Cinchius son of Gregory, de Insula. 394.

Cinque Ports, 60, 192.

, arrest of ships in, 270.

, barons of the 28, 73, 91, 99, 123, 127, 188, 209, 242, 270, 272, 303, 304, 305, 331, 336, 400.

, defence of, 123, 124.

, masters of ships of, 62.

. wardens of, 92.

warden of the. See Crioil, Bertram de; Sabaudia, Peter de.

Cirencester, Cyrencestre [co. Gloucester], 116.

, convocation at, 32.

, letters patent dated at, 243, 253, 255.

, tournament at, 148.

Cirencestre, Cyrencestre, Ralph de, 475.

, Thomas de, sheriff of Somerset and Dorset, 50, 207.

Cirotecarius. See Glover.

Cist', P. B. de le, 403.

Cistercian, 74.

order in England, 400, 485.

, aid from, for the war, 330, 336.

, wool of, 330.

, chapter of, 66.

, in Wales, visitation of, 14.

, in York county, 150.

, in Ireland, aid from, 330.

Citeaux [Côte d' Or], 255.

, proctor of, the monks of, 277.

Cize, Cysa [Basses Pyrenees], archdeacon of, 386.

Clafford. See Clatford.

Clahull, Hugh de, 487.

Clara. See Clare.

Clare [co. Suffolk], castle of, 54.

, honour of, 54.

, letters patent dated at, 130.

Clare, Clara, Gilbert de, earl of Gloucester [and Hertford], 3, 6, 18, 35, 45, 50, 53, 54, 69, 92, 104, 107, 204, 240, 241, 383, 485.

, army of, in Wales, 460.

, son and heir of, 7.

, Richard de, 200, 208, 210, 227, 322, 431, 447.

, Richard de, son of Gilbert de, earl of Gloucester, 194.

, Roger de, 1, 38, 364.

, William de, 497.

Clarendon [co. Wilts], letters patent dated at, 37, 85, 89, 132, 137, 151, 172, 173, 201, 207, 254, 263, 421, 448, 482, 483, 493, 494, 495, 504.

, houses of, 142, 146.

, forest, 142, 146, 323.

, forester of. See Dun, Henry de.

, king at, 483.

Clarius or Clarus, merchant of Florence. See Hugelini.

Clatford, Clafford, Chafford [co. Southampton], 125, 452.

Cleeve, Clive [co. Somerset], abbot of, 102.

, abbot and convent of, 282.

, John, abbot of, 191.

Cleipol, Adam de, clerk, 488.

Clement, Henry, 107.

, Ralph, prebendary of Norton, 217.

, Richard, 376.

Clenden. See Glendon.

Cler. See King's Clere.

Clerbec, Hamo de, 192.

, Herbert de, 389.

Clerevaus, Hugh de, rector of Elmstone, 357.

See Clervall.

Clergy, felon takes the religious habit, 116.

, gaol delivery of, 76.

, scutage from, 145.

Clerk, Clerc, Andrew the, 245.

, Bartholomew le, 230.

, —, burgess of Bristol, 311.

, Eudo le, 201.

, Jeremiah the, 322.

, John le, of Witsant, 176.

, Laurence the, of Hartfield, 225.

, Nicholas the, parson of Leake, 211.

, Osmund the, 125, 321.

, Osmund the, of the diocese of Salisbury, 227.

, Philip the, a leper, 134.

, Richard le, 273, 274.

, Robert le, 113.

, Robert le, son of Robert de Curtenay, 190.

, Robert le, of the Soke, 231.

, William le, 379.

, Wybert the, 272.

Clervall, Robert de, 452.

See Clerevaus.

Cliffe, King's. See King's Cliffe.

Clifford [co. Hereford], castle of, 25, 41.

, prior of, 34.

, manor of, 34.

Clifford, Richard de, 295, 315, 318, 322, 323, 328, 331, 333, 347, 348, 359, 363, 364, 373, 381, 384, 391, 395, 397, 398, 427, 442, 475, 478.

, Richard de, the younger, 383.

, Richard son of Richard de, presented to Slindon, 372.

, Roger de, 233, 466, 494.

, Walter de, 25, 41, 70, 71, 76, 184, 235, 276.

, —, Maud, daughter and heir of, 424.

, W. de, 84.

, William de, presented to Skenfrith, 460.

Clinton?, Chynton, Thomas de, 128.

Clipston [co. Nottingham], 149.

Clive. See Cleeve Old.

Clogher, Ireland, Nehemiah, bishop of, 8.

Clonmacnois, Clunmakenois [King's County], castle of, 9.

Clonmel, Clonmele [co. Tipperary], fair of, 328.

Clotte, La, La Clote [Charente Infér.], castle of, 401.

Cloyne [co. Cork], Thomas, dean, afterwards bishop of, 141.

, Elias, bishop of, 141, 142.

Clun, Clune [co. Salop], castle of, 426.

, constable of. See Ver, Baldwin de.

Clunmakenois. See Clonmacnois.

Cluny [Saône et Loire], Hugh, abbot of, 198.

, abbot of, 205, 453.

, abbot and convent of, 312.

Clunya. See Corunna.

Cnolle. See Knowle.

Cnwclas or Knuklass or Knucklas, Cnuclays [co. Radnor], castle of, 489.

Cobbler, sutor, Godfrey the, 370.

Cobham, Cobeham, Cobbeham, John de, constable of Rochester castle, 169, 188, 265.

, —, sheriff of Kent, 270.

, John son Henry de, 278.

Coc, Koc, Cok, Adam, 148, 195, 290, 421.

, Deulesaut. See Jews.

, John, 382.

, Maynard, 350.

Cocfeud. See Cockefeld.

Cocham. See Cookham.

Cockefeld, Cokefeld, Cocfeud, Adam de, 477.

, Agatha de, 66, 81.

Cockermouth, Cokermue [co. Cumberland], castle of, 258.

Coin clippers, &c., 228.

Cogan, Richard de, 157.

Cok. See Coc.

Cokefeld. See Cockefeld.

Cokeham, Henry de, 167.

Cokermue. See Cockermouth.

Cokham. See Cookham.

Colchester, Colecestre [co. Essex], archdeacon of, 355.

, castle of, 294, 477.

, castle of, constable of. See Ruylly, Peter de, Gernun, Ralph.

, letters patent dated at, 96, 299.

, St. John's, prior and convent of, 211, 450.

, —, Henry the kitchener of, 211.

, —, William de Waude, monk, afterwards abbot of, 211.

, —, William, abbot of, 450.

, —, William de Spaldewic, abbot of, 451.

, St. Mary Magdalene hospital, 249.

Coleby [co. Lincoln], 336, 369, 494.

Colecestre, Joceus de, Jew, of Lincoln, 488.

Coleham, Robert de, presented to Bulwell, 265.

Coleman, Thomas, 425.

Colemere, Calemere, John de, chamberlain of London, 62, 86, 88, 110, 273, 275, 277, 278, 301.

Coleneham, William de, prebendary of St. Chad's Shrewsbury, 456.

Coleraine, Culard, diocese of Ossory [co. Derry], church of, 429.

Colevill, Henry de, 33.

, Philip de, 56.

, William de, 197, 207, 209.

, —, Margaret his wife, 197, 209.

Colle, Peter, 155.

Colne, Henry de, sheriff of Cambridge and Huntingdon, 161.

Colne Earls? [co. Essex], letters patent dated at, 131.

Colney Chapel, Colne [co. Hertford], chapel of, John, parson of, 162.

Cologne, Almain, 130.

Colsham. See Corsham.

Coltley in South Mapperton, co. Dorset. See Cotele.

Colum, Columb, Columbi, Culumb, Gaillard, 22, 89, 129, 161, 212, 311, 313, 314, 317, 319, 327, 333, 334, 341, 349, 354, 363, 379, 388.

, Galcelinus or Joceaum, mayor of Bordeaux, 138, 350.

, Peter, citizen of Bordeaux, 22, 91, 346.

, —, William Reyner his son, 91.

, William Reymundi. See Reimundi.

Columbariis, Michael de, Avice wife of, 100.

, Philip de, 476.

Columpna, John de, cardinal of St. Praxed's, 21, 400.

, Otto, Peter, and John and Conrad, his nephews, 21.

, Luke, messenger of, 23.

, Master Peter de, 211.

, —, parson of Marsham, 218.

Comandas, Cumandas, William de, 252, 268, 328.

Combe, Cumbe, warren of, 217.

Combe Baskerville, Cumb [in Slaughter Hundred, co. Gloucester], wood of, 476.

Combermere, Cumbremare [co. Chester], abbot of, 466.

, letters patent dated at, 459, 465.

Combrook, Cumbroc [co. Warwick], 33.

Comin, Walter, earl, of Scotland, 447.

Comminges, Covenn', Covennar' [St. Bertrand de Comminges, Haute Garonne], bishop of, 129.

, G. bishop of, 191, 192.

, B. count of, 338.

Commune founded, 59, 309, 316.

Communion wine, 282.

Computate, writ of, 275, 277.

Conac. See Coynac.

Conach. See Coonagh.

Conak[St. Thomas de Conac or Coynac, Charente-Infér.], Richard de, 347.

—.See Gumbaud.

Condover, Cunedovre, co. Salop, 224.

Congresbury, Cungresbiry [co. Somerset], church of, 398.

Coning. See Castle-Connell.

Coningsby, Cunningesby [co. Lincoln]; 363.

Conisbrough, Cuniburgh, Cunniburg [co. York], 271.

, castle of, 288.

Connaught, Ireland, 121, 153.

, five cantreds of, 9, 73.

, king of, 412.

, king of. See Fedhlim son of Kathal.

, land of, 73.

, waste lands of assessed, 263.

See Kunnocth.

Connor, Conerensis [Ireland], bishop of, 429, 502.

See Novo Castro super Tynam, Master Isaac de; Wardun, Adam.

Constantinopolis. See Byzantium.

Converts. See London, converts of.

Convocation, 33, 463.

Conwy, Aber-Konuy [co. Carnarvon], abbey of, 504.

Conwy, Cuneway, river of, 501.

Cook, Ralph, the, 463.

, Master Richard the, 295.

, Simon the, 8.

, Walter the, of Dalby, 117.

, William the, 454.

—. See also Henry III; Eleanor queen.

Cookham, Cokham, Cocham [co. Berks], 81, 142.

Coonagh Barony, Okonagh, Conach [co. Limerick], land and castle of, 490.

, castle of, 83.

Corbet, Reginald, 56.

, Thomas, 56, 235, 456.

Corbeya. See Corbie.

Corbie, Corbeya [Somme], 363.

Corbridge, Corbrug [co. Northumberland], 502.

Corby, Coreby [co. Lincoln], church of, 207.

Corby, Urric de, 99.

Corca Baiscin, Corcombasc, cantred [Moyarta Barony, co. Clare], land of, 71.

Corchan towards Bre[Bray, co. Dublin], 50.

Corcombasc. See Corca Baiscin.

Cord, A. G., 403.

, Forcius, 403.

Cordele, Alexander de, 99.

Cordunvill, Richard de, 119.

Coreby. See Corby.

Corfe [co. Dorset], castle of, 245.

, constable of. See Langeford, Richard de.

Corfe ? Corvam [co. Dorset], church of, 258.

Corfham, Cortham [co. Salop], letters patent dated at, 4.

Cork ? Chork [co. Cork], St. John the Evangelist, prior of, 136.

. Friars Minors of, 461.

Cormery, Oger de, presented to Hales [Owen], 266.

Corn', A. W. de, 404.

Corneu, Arnold, 344.

Cornhull, Master Henry de, chancellor of St. Paul's, London, 1, 28, 94, 95, 99.

Cornubiensis, Master Eustace, 197.

, Master William, 197.

Cornwall, county of, 437.

, Master John, archdeacon of, 442.

, Earl of. See Richard, the King's brother; Richard I.

. land of, 62.

. tin from, 422.

, —, earl's stamp of, 422.

Coronis, Hugh de, constable of the castle of Deganwy, 464.

Corsham, Colsham [co. Wilts], church of, 179.

Corston, William son of Osbert de, 433.

Cortham. See Corfham.

Corulum, hazel, 172.

Corunna, Clunya [Spain], 68.

Corvam. See Corfe, co. Dorset, or Corwen, co. Merioneth.

Corwen ? Corvam [co. Merioneth], church of, 258.

Cosby, Cosseby [co. Leicester], 468.

Cose, Amery, 21.

Cosnac, Bonet de, 405.

, Elias Gumbaudi de. See Gumbaudi.

Cossa, Bernard, 405.

Cosseby. See Cosby.

Costantin, Geoffrey de, 460.

Costentin, Matthew, 195.

Cotehull. See Goathill.

Cotele, James, merchant of Neele, 56.

Cotele [Coltley, co. Dorset], Roger de, 483.

Cotgrave, Cotegrave [co. Nottingham], church of, 398.

Cotin, Arnold, 499.

Coudray, H. de, 295.

Coudres, John de, 281.

Couele, Philip de, 243, 427, 442.

Coumund. See Cavo Monte.

Coumunde. See Caumont.

Council, 18, 257, 434.

, the common, 33, 202, 208, 488.

, 'by authority of the,' 206.

, 'king and council' by, 289, 301.

Count, Alan son of the, 92.

Coupchesne, Martin, 63.

Coutances [Manche], bishopric of, 420.

Cove, North, Coves [co. Suffolk], 313.

Covenn', Corennar'. See Comminges.

Coventry, Covintre [co. Warwick], 163.

, archdeacon of. See Sancto, Martino, Master Laurence de.

and Lichfield, bishops of. See Stavensby, Alexander de, 1224 to 26 December, 1238; Pateshull, Hugh de, 1240 to 7 December, 1241; Weseham, Roger de, 1246 to 20 May, 1257.

, H., bishop (sic), 144.

, bishopric of, 278, 447, 451, 452, 456.

, diocese of, 96, 134, 159, 299, 312, 454.

priory of, 134.

, prior of, 10, 120.

, Roger de Wotton or Watton, prior of, 118, 143.

, prior and convent of, 270.

, subprior and convent of, 118.

, letters patent dated at, 229, 233.

, St. Michael, church, 430.

Covintre, Osbert de, 153.

, Ralph de, cellarer, afterwards abbot of Battle, 130.

. See Coventry.

Coynac, Conac, Cunak [St. Thomas de Conac, Charente Infér.], Elias Gumbaud de. See Gumbaud.

Coynac, Charente Infér. See Conak, Richard de.

Coyners, William de, 76.

Crakhal, John de, 257, 283.

Cramfeld, Roger de, king's almoner 316.

Crammavill, Henry de, 11.

Cranborne, Craneburn [co. Dorset], court of, 69.

Craneford, Richard de, 454.

Crantock, St. Karentoc [co. Cornwall], prebend in, 450.

Cranton, Peter de, 251.

Crassus [or le Gros], Gras, Anselm, bishop of St. David's, 65, 108, 242, 283, 304, 488.

, John le, 340, 389.

, Richard, abbot of Evesham keeper of the Great Seal, 330.

, William, 34, 49, 304.

Craucombe, Crawecumbe, Crowecumbe, G[odfrey] de, the steward, 2, 8, 14, 16, 30, 49, 50, 51, 55, 56, 60, 65, 71, 85, 87, 88, 89, 93, 95, 96, 97, 98, 110, 112, 118, 121, 126, 141, 152, 419, 435.

, —, constable of the castle of Oxford, 110.

, —, Joan wife of, 419, 450.

, Henry de, presented to St. Budoc, Oxford, 93.

, Thomas de, 108.

Craunford, Roger de, 373.

Craunvill, Gwichard de, 504.

Cravill, James de, 351, 427.

, John de, constable of the castle of Athlone, 467.

Crawecumbe. See Craucumbe.

Crec, Crek, Bartholomew de, 2.

, Walter de, canon, afterwards prior of Uffington, 488.

Credenhull, William son of Ralph de, 130.

Creeton ? Gretton, co. Lincoln, 142.

Crek. See Crec.

Crendon Long, Crendon [co. Buckingham], 125.

Crepelyzemunth, Thomas, 454.

Crepping, Crepinges, Robert de, 145, 148, 150, 156, 159, 160, 166, 173, 174, 199, 213, 216, 223, 226, 236, 283, 298, 300, 366, 449, 483, 484, 489, 510.

, —, constable of the castle of Bolsover, 148, 449.

, —, constable of the castle and town of Pickering, 150, 159.

, —, —, sheriff of York, 159.

, Roger, 299.

Crespin, Benedict, 228.

, Jacob, 228.

. See Jews.

, Theobald, 44, 75.

Cressingham [co. Norfolk], church of, 190.

Cressy, Cresy, Roger de, 296, 391.

Crevequoer, Crevequor, Hamo de, 134, 311, 443.

, one of the wardens of the Cinque Ports, 35, 91, 92, 99, 123.

, —, John his brother, 99.

Crick, Crek [co. Northampton ?], church of, 238.

Crioil, Crioyl, Cryoyl, Bertram de, 2, 54, 144, 169, 276, 280, 281, 286, 287, 289, 294, 300, 303, 305, 317, 334, 336, 371, 400, 437.

, warden of the Cinque Ports, 144.

, —, constable of the castles of Dover, Canterbury and Rochester, 276.

, —, constable of the castle of Dover, 280, 300, 303, 305.

, —, sheriff of Kent, 276.

, —, warden of the Cinque Ports and constable of the castle of Dover, 287.

, Simon, 398.

, —, Maud his wife, 398.

, William de, presented to Wootton, 22.

Criolle, Master Edward de la, 283.

Cristechirch, William de, 49.

See Christi Ecclesia, William de.

Cristescherch. See Christchurch.

Cristeshal. See Chrishall.

Croc. See Crok.

Croesat, Peter, 362.

Croftes [Croft, co. Hereford], Hugh de, 483.

Croft, co. Hereford. See Croftes.

Croinden. See Croydon.

Crok, Croc, Elias, 100.

, Henry, 295.

, William, 353.

, —, constable of the castle of Meelick, 467.

Crokele, Richard de, abbot of Westminster, 499.

Crokesby, Walter de, canon, afterwards abbot of St. Frideswide's, Oxford, 118.

Crosely, John, 302.

Crowecumbe. See Craucumbe.

Croxton [co. Leicester], 286.

, letters patent dated at, 117, 195, 431, 432.

Croydon, Croinden, Croynden, Crueden [co. Surrey], 480.

, dean of, 240, 255.

, church of, 267.

, letters patent dated at, 14.

Croydon ? Cruindon [co. Surrey], park of, 478.

Croyland [co. Lincoln], abbey of, 158.

, prior and convent of, 158.

, Walter de Weston, abbot of, 159.

, Richard, cellarer of Bardeney, abbot of, 161.

, abbot of, 462.

Cruciferi. See Friars, Crutched.

Crueden, Cruindon. See Croydon.

Crumbe, Roger de, 313.

Crupet, William, 19.

Crusader, licence to let his lands, 231.

Crusade, ransoms of vows for, bequeathed by Pope to Richard earl of Cornwall, 250.

Cryneshal, Richard de, 496.

Cryoyl. See Crioyl.

Cucu, Peter de, of St. Antoine, 140.

Culard. See Coleraine.

Cule, Walter, 102.

Culeham, Roger de, 114.

, —, Walter his brother, 114.

Culewurth, Calewurt, William de, 292.

, —, sheriff of Berks, 16.

, —, constable of the castles of Hertford and Rayleigh, 50.

, —, appointed sheriff of Essex and Hertford, 51, 73.

, —, constable of the castle of Hertford, 144.

, —, keeper of the honour of Boulogne, 51, 73.

—, justice of the Bench, 204.

Culinges, Robert de, 53.

Culling, 41.

Culumb. See Columb.

Cumandas. See Comandas.

Cumb. See Combe Baskerville.

Cumberland, king's demesnes in, 156.

, forest of, 199, 213, 215.

, mines of, 132.

, sheriff of, 132, 213, 215, 226, 294.

—, Dacre, William de; See Muleton, Thomas de.

, — See Garderoba, Charles de.

, 30th in, 225.

Cumbremere. See Combermere.

Cumbroc. See Combrook.

Cumner, Cumenor [co. Berks], 391.

Cunak. See Coynac.

Cundicot, Henry de, parson of Eynesford, 3.

Cundy, Reginald de, 297, 491.

Cunedovre. See Condover.

Cunestable, William le, 206.

Cuneway. See Conwy.

Cungresbiry. See Congresbury.

Cuniburgh. See Conisbrough.

Cuningeham, Reginald de, 218.

Cunkis, 347.

Cunniburg. See Conisborough.

Cunningesby. See Coningsby.

Curteis, Curteys, Richard le, 69, 99, 192.

Curtenay, Henry de, 372, 394.

, John de, 337, 443, 464, 487.

, Robert de, king's kinsman, 128, 172, 190, 216, 282, 337.

, —, Robert de his son, 216.

, —, his son Robert le Clerk, 190.

, —, John his son, 337.

, Robert de, dean of Auckland, 223.

, —, presented to Bradford, 258.

Curteys. See Curteis.

Curzon, Curzun, Thomas de. 454.

, William de, sheriff of Lincoln, 468.

Custaud, Arnald de, 390.

Cusin, Wymarca, 480.

Custom on wine passing by Bayonne, to maintain the war with France, 332.

Custos regni, powers delegated to during the king's absence beyond seas, 290. See also Gray, Walter de.

Cuzun. See Curzon.

Cycestre, Richard de, monk, afterwards abbot of Reading, 216.

, William de, 364.

, —, presented to East Dean, 57.

Cygoyni. See Cigoniis.

Cyrencestre. See Cirencestre.

Cyriton, Master Odo de, 251.

See Ceriton.

Cysa. See Cize.

Cytharista. See Harper.

D

Dacre, William, 223, 236.

, William de, sheriff of Cumberland, 148, 262, 502.

See Acra.

Dacus, John, 271.

, —, Ela firstborn daughter of, 271.

, —, Juliana younger daughter of, 271.

See Daneys.

Dadinton, diocese of Lincoln [Deddington, co. Oxford, or Doddington, co. Northampton], church of, 16, 494.

Dadinton. See Deddington.

Dair Mousa. See Mussa.

Dalby [co. Leicester ?], 117.

Dammartin, Reginald de, count of Boulogne, 63, 84, 364.

, —, land of, 63.

, —, countess of, 96.

, Simon de, Mary wife of, countess of Ponthieu, 25, 74.

Danecastre. See Doncaster.

Daneys, John le, 265.

See Dacus.

[Darcy.] See Arecy.

Darley, Derleg [co. Derby], prior and convent of, 24.

, Henry, abbot of, 24.

, Ralph de Leicestre, sub-prior, afterwards abbot of, 24.

Darley ? Delegh [co. Derby], letters patent dated at, 117.

Darlington [co. Durham], letters patent dated at, 434.

Darmendalyz. See Armendaritz.

Dartmoor, Dertmore [co. Devon], forest of, 42.

, —, keeper of. See Matthew, Herbert son of.

, —, herbage of, tithe of, 187.

Dartus. See Artus.

Dauleis, John, 60.

Daundely. See Aundely.

Daunteseye, Roger de, 154, 213.

, Maud, countess of Essex, his wife [relict of Henry de Bohun], 89, 154, 163.

Daventry [co. Northampton], letters patent dated at, 3, 130.

David ap Jorworth or son of Gervase, 485.

, son of Griffin son of Edeneuet, 276.

David son of Llewelin prince of Aberffraw, the king's nephew, 4, 17, 59, 81, 184, 185, 242, 246, 251, 252, 256, 257, 260, 264, 267, 270, 276, 290, 426, 431, 445, 447, 449, 456, 465, 466, 470, 479.

, —, Isabel wife of, daughter of William de Braose, 4, 276, 485.

, —, exemption of, from toll, 276.

clerk of Llewelin, prince of Aberffraw, 3, 4.

, —, Wrenok his brother, 4.

, Master, clerk of David son of Llewelin, 257.

Master, the Surgeon, 267.

, the clerk, 229.

, the Jew, of Oxford or David de Oxonia. See Jews.

Davy [Ireland], tenement of, 496.

Dax, de Aquis [Landes], 99, 107, 132, 358, 399, 400.

, bishop of, 319, 327, 337, 399.

, bishopric of, 191, 203, 374, 431.

, —, tallage on, 188.

, bishop and clergy of, 361.

, A., canon of, 191.

, Master Roger, canon of, 358.

, captal and good men of, 312.

, captal and justices of, 374.

, clerks of, 374.

, citizens of, 361, 400, 445.

, diocese of, 334.

, good men of, 47, 191, 337, 350, 380, 406, 457.

, letters patent dated at, 376.

, mayor, jurats and commune of, 468.

, mayor and men of, 9.

, men of, 350, 399.

, viguier of, 337, 339.

, walling of, 468.

Dayrel, Henry, 482. See also Ayrel.

Dean, Dene [co. Gloucester], forest of, 19, 55, 74, 172.

, —, keeper of. See Sancto Amando, Amaury de.

, —, mares from, 37.

, —, tithe of venison in, 115.

See St. Briavel's.

Dean East, Estdene [co. Sussex], church of, vicarage of, 57.

Deauville ? Deivill [Calvados], 490.

Deddington, Dadinton [co. Oxford], 34.

Deeds, private, enrolled on the Patent Roll, 443.

Deen, John le, 102.

, William le, 102.

Deeping St. James, Deping [co. Lincoln], Richard, prior of, 194, 204.

Deerhurst, Derhurst [co. Gloucester], Henry, monk of St. Denis, prior of, 299.

, priory of, 378.

Defuble, de Fuble, Geoffrey, 39, 115, 294.

Deganwy, Gannok, Ganno, Gannoc, Kannok [co. Carnarvon], 461, 465, 467.

, letters patent dated at, 460, 461, 462.

, castle of, 265, 464, 481, 487, 494, 501.

, —, constable of. See Ardern, Walkelin de; Coronis Hugh de.

, destriers lost at, 480.

, 3,000 Irish foot at, 461.

Dei Villa, Sancta Maria de. See Villedieu.

Deivill. See Deauville.

Deken, Diaconus, Richard le, of Warwick, 258.

, William le, Cecily wife of, 57.

Delamere, La Mare [co. Chester], king's houses of, 465.

Delebret, Amanieu. See Lebreto.

Delegh. See Darley.

Dendover. See Dinevor.

Dene [Dean, co. Kent], Alvred de, 482.

Denemaud. See Enemethe.

Denmark, 240.

Denmede. See Enemethe.

Denton, Richard de, 206.

Depe, Giles de, 62.

, Michael son of Reyner de, 63.

, Wynebert de, 63.

See Dieppe.

Depeford. See Kingskerswell.

Depham, Master Peter de. 260.

Deping. See Deeping St. James.

Derbeçak, Tripeshak, near Antioch, castle of, 207.

Derby [co. Derby], 263.

Derby, county of, 430.

, earl of. See Ferariis, W. de.

, sheriff of, 196.

Dercet, William de, Agnes wife of, 258.

Dereham, Derham [co. Norfolk], abbot of, 230.

, official of the archbishop of Canterbury, 179.

Derement. See Dermot.

Deresleg, John de, 475.

, —, Sibyl wife of, 475.

Derham, Master Elias de, 166, 180.

, John de, 369.

See Dereham.

Derhurst. See Deerhurst.

Derleg. See Darley.

[Dermot.] Derement, John son of, 66.

Derneford. See Dornford.

Dersingham [co. Norfolk], Michael de, 42.

Dersinton. See Dorsington.

Derteford, Master John de, 28.

Dertemore. See Dartmoor.

Dese, W. R. de, 403.

Despenser, Dispens', Dispensator, Geoffrey le, brother of Hugh le, 96, 102, 121, 210, 222, 314, 315, 328, 331, 333, 359, 363, 364, 368, 369, 370, 371, 372, 397, 398, 423, 462.

, Hugh le, 25, 30, 38, 41, 150, 185, 210, 222.

, —, constable of the castle of Bolsover, 8.

, —, Hugh his son and heir, 210.

, John son of Geoffrey le, 417.

, Thurstan le, 163, 291, 296.

, —, sheriff of Gloucester, 204.

Dest', Eustace de, 302.

, John de, 302.

Destriers. See Horses.

Deucress la, abbot and convent of, 448.

Deudewardi. See Deusgard.

Deuelis. See Dewlish.

Deugard. See Deusgard.

Deulebeneye, Jew, of Winchester. See Jews.

Deulesaut, Koc, Jew. See Jews.

Deusadjude, Garsias de, 350.

See Diazid.

Deusgard, Deugard, Deuvusgard, Deudewardi, Ryko, or Richus, 471, 476, 502.

Deuti. See Ti.

Deuvusgard. See Deusgard.

Deveneys, Thomas de, prebendary of Winchester, 252.

, William le, prebendary of Winchester, 253.

Deverill, Deverel, co. Wilts, 455.

Devizes [co. Wilts], 234.

, bailiffs and good men of, 20.

, castle of, 27, 29, 90, 213, 274.

, —, constable of, 228.

, —, —. See Plessetis, John de; Wyliton, Ralph de.

, —, bailey of, 20.

, —, bailey of the castle and town of, constable of. See Wyliton, Ralph de.

, —, donjon of, 19.

, St. John's church, 27.

Devon, county of, 292, 418.

, coast of, 268.

, earl of. See Ripariis, B. de.

, justices in eyre in. 104.

, lands of William de Cantilupo in, 358.

, peace in, 298.

, sheriff of, 42, 52, 86, 292, 418, 457.

, —. See Bathonia, Walter de; Molis, Nicholas de; Russellis, Peter de.

, shore of, keeper of, 33.

, stannary of, 86.

, tin from, 422.

, —, king's stamp of, 422.

Dewlish, Deuelis [co. Dorset], 227.

Deyvill, Ayvill, Walter de, 128.

Diaconus. See Dekne.

Diazid [Doazit, Landes], Garsias de, canon of Bayonne, 386.

Dieppe, Depe [Seine Inf.], 62, 63, 304, 306, 365.

Diest, Belgium. See Dest.

Dieulacres?, Deucress [co. Stafford], abbot and convent of, 448.

Diganwy.See Deganwy.

Digheslegh [co. Southampton], forest of, 471.

Dignario, John de, 87.

Dilwyn, Dilun [co. Hereford], 450.

Dinant, Dynant [Belgium]. 302.

Dinant, Dynant, Dinan, Geoffrey de, 292, 464.

, Gobert de, 302.

, James, 302.

Dinevor, Dendover, Dynavor [co. Carmarthen], 466.

, castle of, 489.

Dipen', Simon, 63.

Diptford, Depeford, co. Devon. See Kingskerswell.

Dispensator. See Despenser.

Dissard. See Dyserth, Flint.

Ditton [co. Cambridge], 279.

, letters patent dated at, 223, 224, 279, 450.

Divorce, 154.

Doat, Gaillard, presented to the church of Glendon, 455.

Doay. See Douai.

Doazit, Landes. See Diazid.

Dodford, Doddeford [co. North ampton], 3.

Doe, Joldewin de, 23, 84.

Dol [Ille et Vilaine], canon of, 400.

Dolfinus, burgess of Liverpool, 225.

Domingi, Martin, de Portingal, 369.

, de Aminges, Martin, 360.

Domo Tegule, Thomas de, 91.

Dona, Roger de, 482.

Doncaster, Donecastre [co. York], 177.

, bridge of stone at, 498.

, letters patent dated at, 157, 159, 197, 435.

, St. Leonard's hospital, 197.

Donham, Thomas de, 250.

Donington, Duninton [co. Lincoln], 357, 365.

Donyatt, Dunyed [co. Somerset], 41.

Dorchester, Dorcestre [co. Dorset] Holy Trinity church, 13.

, St. Peter's church, 13.

Dorchia. See Orta.

Dore [co. Hereford], 32.

, abbot of, 32.

Doresk. See Oresk.

Dornford, Derniford [near Wootton, co. Oxford], Robert, anchorite of, 138.

Dorset, Master Humphrey, archdeacon of, prebendary of Chichester, 423.

, sessions in, 298.

, sheriff of, 84, 173, 349, 483.

, —, appointment of, 50.

, sheriff of. See Cyrencestre, Thomas de; Langeford, Richard de; Nicholas, Henry son of; Vivona, Hugh de.

Dorthe. See Orta.

Dorsington, Dersinton, co. Warwick, 451.

Dosse la. See Lados.

Douai, Doay, Douay, Duay, Flanders, 15, 102, 133, 166, 181, 246, 480.

Doule, John, 56.

Dover, Dovre, Dovor [co. Kent], 293, 424.

, bailiffs of, 62, 90, 91.

barons of, 92, 179, 187, 400, 405.

,castle of, 265, 294, 300.

, castle of, constable of, 62.

, castle of, constable of. See Crioil, Bertram de.

, castle guard, rents of, 12, 239, 288, 299.

, letters patent dated at, 91, 123, 176, 417, 480.

, passage of, 62.

, St. Peter, church of, 31.

Dovere, Dovor, Richard de, 296, 318, 366, 460, 464, 489.

, Robert de, 47.

Doway, William de, 425.

See Douai.

Down, Ireland, bishop of, 114, 461.

Doyre. See Oyre; Duira.

Draicote, Draycot, William de, 50, 123, 124.

Drake, Adam le, 494.

Draper, Alexander le, 155.

Drax [co. York], prior of, 42.

Draycot, See Draicote.

Drayton, Nicholas de, 200.

See Dreiton.

Drehull, Tankard de, 420.

Dreiton, William de, 382.

See Drayton.

Drenges, 502.

Dreux, Peter de, duke of Brittany and earl of Richmond, 5, 7, 10, 63, 67, 74, 90, 93, 96, 98, 121, 123, 152, 155, 156, 167, 185, 251.

Driffield, Driffeld [co. York], 210, 214.

, manor of, 158.

, honour of, 158.

Drogheda, Drocheda, Droweda [co. Meath], 187.

, castle of, 9.

, —, constable of. See Tirel, Hugh.

, castles and lands of Walter de Lacy, of, 479.

, Friars Minors of, 461.

, king's galleys at, 428.

, mayor and good men of, 197.

, towards Meath and towards Uriel, murage for, 56, 375.

, —, good men of, 375.

Dromore, Ireland, Master Andrew, archdeacon, afterwards bishop of, 461.

Droweda. See Drogheda.

Druual, Mabel de, 208, 214.

Dryby, Robert de, 394.

Duay. See Douai.

Dubleteste. Adam, prebendary of the chapel of St. Juliana [Shrewsbury], 486.

Dublin [co. Dublin], 187.

, All Saints by, prior and convent of, 453.

, G., archbishop of, 11.

L[uke], archbishop of, 22, 48, 62, 65, 66, 67, 69, 70, 73, 76, 83, 118, 171, 197, 204, 215, 277, 378, 379, 380, 421, 429.

, H. [de London,] archibishop of, 490.

, archdeacon of. See Turvill, Geoffrey de.

, castle of, 9.

, —, constable of. See Muridac, Simon.

, chapel, king's, of, 195.

, citizens of, 35.

, conduit of, 467.

Exchequer, 50, 71, 114, 157, 190, 206, 246, 253, 351, 364, 429, 467.

, —, all bailiffs to answer at the Exchequer of Dublin, as all bailiffs in England answer at the Exchequer of Westminster, 153.

, —, barons of, 66.

, —, new rules for, 67.

, —, chamberlains of, 40.

, —, chamberlain of. See Fisacre, Warin de; Ambrose, Benedict son of.

, —, chancellor of. See Luterel, Robert; Turvill, Geoffrey de; Wuleward, Geoffrey de.

, —, issues of, 267, 281.

, —, account of, 379.

, —, rolls of, 87.

, —, treasurer of. See Leveland. Eustace de; Turvill, Geoffrey de.

, —, treasury of, usher of. See Bret. Richard le.

, —, treasurer and barons of, 67, 169, 379, 506.

, —, treasurer and chamberlains of, 71, 72, 73, 87, 99, 428, 461, 466, 467. 478, 506.

, Friars Minors of, 198, 461.

, galley, at, new, 35.

, king's great galley at, 27, 28.

, goodmen of, 28.

, King's hall of, 428.

, —, conduit for, 467.

,Holy Trinity Church, 70.

, —, chapter of, 436.

, —, prior and convent of, 50.

, —, rood-lights in, 428.

, hospital of, D., prior of, afterwards bishop of Emly, 215.

, mayor and good men of, 31, 70, 197, 467.

, murage for, 31, 151.

, St. Mary les Dames, anchorite in, 428.

, St. Patrick's, chapter of, 436.

Dublin, co., constable of. See Muridac, Simon.

Duceman, Jew of Winchester. See Jews.

Duddeleye, Henry de, 336.

Duddington, Dudinton [co. Northampton], wood of. 83.

Dudinton. See Dudston.

Dudston? Dudinton [co. Salop], mill at, 25.

Duel, 79.

Dughelton [Dolton, co. Devon], Anketil de, 104.

Duira, Dodo, 406.

. See Oyre.

Duket, Richard, 10, 11, 30, 263.

Dumas. See Dunamase.

Dummere, William, 85.

Dun, Henry de, forester of Clarendon and Grovely, 146.

, Robert, 164.

, Roger de, 85.

, William, 82, 131, 145.

, Ellen his wife, 82.

Dunamase?, Dumas [Queen's County], castle of, 48, 65.

Dunbar, earl of. See Patrick.

Dundalk, Dunda'c [co. Louth], 157.

Dundon, Dunden [co. Somerset], 106.

, letters patent dated at, 151.

Duneheved. See Dunheved.

Dunelmia. See Dunholmia.

Dunesby. See Dunsby.

Dunestapel. See Dunstable.

Dunestaple, Simon son of Warin de, 394.

Dunesterr, Gilbert de, 354.

Dunewico, Dunewiz, Geoffrey de, 465.

, John son of Robert de, 85.

See Dunwich.

Dungarvan [co. Waterford], castle of, 9.

, church of, 432.

, fair of, 318.

, king's galleys at, 428.

Dunhale, Robert de, 117.

Dunheved, Duneheved, Elias de, 137.

, Ernisius de, 115.

, Geoffrey de, 295.

Dunholmia, Dunoldmia, Dunelmia, Peter de, prebendary of Bridgnorth, 95.

, Thomas de, 183, 214, 235.

, Master William de, 218, 435.

See Durham.

Dunington, Peter de, 53, 61.

See Donington.

Dunion, Duniun, Ralph de, 475.

, —, presented to St. Gregory's, Southwark, 260.

, Robert de, presented to Gilling, 378.

See Dunum.

Dunolmia. See Dunholmia.

Dunre, Maurice de, 25.

Dunsby, Dunesby [co. Lincoln], 64.

Dunstable, Dunestapel [co. Bedford], 210, 231.

, letters patent dated at, 139, 507.

, priory, 280.

, John and Walter, canons of, 280.

Geoffrey, canon, afterwards prior of, 299.

, Geoffrey de Barton, prior of, 282.

, cellarer of. See Gloucestre, William de.

Dunstanvill, Walter de, 296, 456, 464.

Dunstaple, Robert de, 34.

Dunum, Ralph de, king's clerk, 267.

See Dunion.

Dunvil, Robert de, 466.

Dunwich [co. Suffolk], 97, 303.

, bailiffs of, 92.

, good men of, 123.

, la Blome of, 366.

Dunyed. See Donyatt.

Duras, Duraz [Lot et Garonne], lord of. See Bovis Villa, Arnald de.

Duredent, John, 128.

Durevall, brother John de, 414.

Durford, Dureford [co. Sussex], abbot of, 243.

Durham, Dunolmia [co. Durham], 225.

, bishop of. See Poer, Richard le [1228 to 1237]; Farnham, Master Nicholas de [1241 to 1249].

, bishopric or diocese of, 179, 197, 208, 209, 210, 211, 216, 223, 228, 229, 238, 239.

, bishopric of, castle of, 244.

, —, election to, 206, 223.

, —, issues of, 281.

, —, leases in, 198.

, —, tallage on 185.

, castle, constable of. See Rumeseye, John de.

, church of, 228.

, letters patent dated at, 158, 434.

, prior of, 198.

, prior and convent of, 181, 232, 238.

Robert, sub—prior of, 181.

, St. Nicholas' church, 229.

Durnod, Gaillard, presented to Hannington, 269.

Durnun, Walter Bernardi. See Bernardi.

Dursow. See Ursow.

Durthe. See Orta.

Durvassal, John, 164.

, —, constable of the castle of Warwick, 299.

Duston, Mary de, 106.

Dya, Master John de, 242, 244, 245, 248.

Dyaya, son of Magister de Cantebrig, Jew. See Jews.

Dymock, Dymmoc [co. Gloucester], farm of, 2.

Dynant. See Dinant.

Dynavor. See Dinevor.

Dyserth, Dissard [co. Flint], castle of, 465, 481, 486, 494, 501.

, besieged, 456.

Dyva, Master Walter de, prebendary of Auckland, 211.

Dyve, Robert, 49.

E

Eadric, Alvred, son of, de Rysebury, 348.

Ealing, Giiling [co. Middlesex], church of, 378.

Earnshill, Erneshull [co. Somerset], 106.

East-Church, Estchyrche [co. Kent], church of, 377.

Easter, High, Alt Estre [co. Essex, 163.

Easton Grey?, Eston [co. Wilts], 371.

Eastwood, Estwud [co. Essex], 100, 101.

Ebleburne. See Bishopston.

Ebleburn, Master Thomas de, preben dary of Salisbury, 492.

, —, prebendary of Grantham, 494.

Eboraco, Aaron de, Jew. See Jews.

, Alan de, 332.

, Henry de, presented to Willoughby, 498.

, Master Robert de, 226, 492.

, William de, provost of Beverley, 77, 78, 126, 128, 130, 153, 156, 162, 163, 164, 175, 221, 277, 283, 285, 289, 298, 305, 316, 397, 398, 427, 437, 442, 448, 458, 476, 484, 494, 497, 500, 505.

, —, presented to Geynton (Gayton), 153.

, —, presented to Kirkham, 156, 175.

, —, prebendary of St. Paul's, London, 277, 305.

, —, afterwards bishop of Salisbury [10 Dec., 1246 to 1256], 494, 497, 500, 505.

Eborard, Rostand, 49.

Ebrebiry. See Adderbury.

Ebulo, John de, presented to Haughton le Skerne, 212.

Eccles, Heycle [co. Lincoln], letters patent dated at, 159.

Echingeham, Hechingham, Hekingeham [Etchingham, co. Sussex], Elias de, 462.

, Simon de, appointed sheriff of Surrey and Sussex, 52.

, —, constable of the castle, houses, and park of Guildford, 53.

, —, constable of the castle of Hastings, 53.

, —, constable of the castles of Guildford and Hastings, 134.

, William de, 469.

, —, Margaret his wife, one of the heirs of John de Monte Acuto, 469.

Edelmeton, Henry de, Katherine wife of, 131.

Edeneuet, Edeneuth, Edenewet, Ideneuet, Ydenevet, 108.

, —, steward of Llewelin, prince of Aberffraw, 3, 4.

— Vachan, 6, 17, 225, 237, 264, 461.

, —, Tuder son of, 496.

See Einon; Griffin; Tuder son of Wronob.

Edgar, John, mayor of Winchester, 141.

Edingthorpe, Edinesthorp [co. Norfolk], church of, 376.

Edith, Jocelin, son of, 15.

Edward, the King's son [Edward I.], 244, 280, 417, 420, 422.

, French tenants in England, moiety of lands of, granted to, 418.

, guardian of, 487, 495.

, household of, account of, audited, 487.

See Giffard, Hugh.

Egeworthe, Peter de, 17.

Egremont, Egremund [co. Cumberland], castle of, constable of, 489.

Egremunt, Arnald Willelmi de. See Willelmi.

Egrum. See Averham.

Eignan. See Einon.

Eilesbiry. See Aylesbury.

Einon, Eneon, Enyo, Ennius, Eignan, Enyon, Eynan, Inian, Vachan or Wacham, 3, 225, 237, 248, 268.

, —, the son of, 6, 267.

— son of Edeneuet, 267.

son of Lawarg (Llewarch), son of, 268.

Eleanor, queen, mother of Richard I., 393.

Eleanor, queen, consort of Henry III., 155, 244, 280, 283, 286, 294, 377, 386, 464.

, county of Chester, assigned to in dower, 501.

, her right to make a nun in every religious house, 155.

, chamber of, lady of. See Willelma.

, chamber of, at Westminster, 177.

, chaplain of. See London, William de.

, cook of. Master Geoffrey, 326.

, damsel of. See Biset, Emma; Biset, Margaret; Boeles, Alda de.

, dower of, 394.

, the queen's gold, keeper of. See Franceis, John le.

, midwife of. See Giffard, Sibyl.

, physician of. See Leche, Master Peter le.

, William, her sauser, 294.

, Master Richard, her tailor, 326.

, uncles of, to receive castles, 280, 294.

, wardrobe of, account of, 196.

, —, J. de Gatesden, clerk of, 196.

, —, Robert, clerk of, 373.

, —, keeper of. See Palude, Guy de la.

, —, counter-roll of, 408.

, —, comptroller of. See Bradele, W. de.

Eleanor, the king's sister, widow of William Marshal, earl of Pembroke [1219-1231], afterwards (1239) wife of Simon de Montfort, earl of Leicester [died 1275], 2, 12, 46, 56, 65, 125, 161, 166, 208, 209, 214, 231, 266, 415, 416, 433, 449, 453, 456, 485.

, — See Marshal, William le; Monte Forti, Simon de.

Eleanor, the king's kinswoman [of Brittany, daughter of Geoffrey, son of Henry II], 44, 204, 261.

, —, death of, 256.

Elham, Helham [co. Kent]. church of, 449, 478.

, G., parson of, 449.

Elias, Master, cook of the king's children, 489.

, Geoffrey son of, de Houeton, 11.

, le Evesk, Jew of London. See Jews.

, Ruellus son of, de Bergerac, 335.

. See Ridel.

Elie, Robert, of Winchelsea, 328.

Elkington?, Houkerinton [co. Lincoln], church of, 16.

Ellesmere [co. Flint], land of, 264.

Elmhams [co. Suffolk], St. Margaret's church, 189.

Elmstone, Eylmereston [co. Kent], church of. 357.

Elnestowe. See Elstow.

Elnewyc [Elsewik]. See Elwick.

Elphin, Ireland, dean and chapter of, 428, 486.

, John, archdeacon of, afterwards bishop of, 460.

, Thomas, dean of Achonry, bishop of, 485.

Elsthorpe?, Alestorp [hamlet in Eden ham, co. Lincoln], church of, 39.

Elstow, Alnestowa [co. Bedford], Mabel abbess of, 7.

, Isilia, sub-sacristan of, 7.

, Leticia, sub-cellarer of, 7.

, Wymarca, prioress, afterwards abbess of, 8, 13.

, abbey of, 254.

, Agnes de Westbiry, subprioress, afterwards abbess of, 254, 255.

, Agnes, nun of, 254.

, Joan, nun of, 254.

Elvey river[co. Flint], 264.

Elwick? Elsewik, Elnewyk [co. Durham], church of, 207, 213.

, Stephen, rector of, 213.

Ely [co. Huntingdon], bishop of. See Norwold, Hugh de, 1229 to 6 Aug., 1254.

, diocese of, 36.

, letters patent dated at, 97, 223, 429.

Ely, John de, 149, 230, 321, 323, 337, 397.

Emasculation, 465.

Embrun [Hautes Alpes], Aymer, archbishop of, 393.

, G., archbishop, 418.

Emerici, Arnald Willelmi. See Willelmi.

Emly, Ireland, dean and chapter of, 149.

, D., prior of the hospital of Dublin, bishop of, 215.

Emma, Richard son of, 200.

Emmegrave. See Hemmegrave.

Emperor. See Frederic II.

Encurt. See Aencurt.

[Enemethe], Denemaud, Denmede, Herbert de, 337, 443.

Eneon. See Einon.

Enfield, Enefeld [Middlesex], 392.

Engaine, Engayne, Engaygn, Warner, 76, 96, 98, 146, 156, 173, 175, 187, 263, 497.

, —, constable of the castle of the Peak, 367.

Enge, Reginald son of William, 433.

Enghevill. See Engleschevill.

Engines of war, 356.

Enginur, Gogo son of Tegwaret le. See Gogo.

England, clergy and realm, 404.

, common perch of, 413.

, justiciary of. See Burgo, Hubert de ; Segrave, Stephen de.

Englechefeld [Englefield, co. Berks], William de, 483.

Englechevill. See Engleschevill.

Englefield, Englefeud [co. Flint], land of, 264.

Engleis, Engleys, Anglicus, Giles le, 92.

, Nicholas le, 160, 205.

, Robert le, 98.

Engleschevill, Englechevill, Engleskevill, Enghevill, Theobald de, 51, 295, 326, 331, 368, 369, 373, 375, 384, 386, 392, 398, 495.

Engleskus, Bonacursus son of, 21.

Engleys. See Engleis.

Engomer. See Angoumé.

Enguerrand, Richard son of, presented to Tatham, 476.

Ennius Wacham. See Einon.

Ensham, Eynesham [co. Oxford], Adam, abbot of, 14, 16.

, letters patent dated at, 216.

, prior of, 183.

Entre les Deux Mers, Gascony, land of, 23, 187, 191, 201, 343.

, good men of, 345.

, prévôté of, 317.

, king's rents in, 193.

Enyo. See Einon.

Enyon, Karewich son of. See Karewich.

, Wylym son of. See Wylym.

, Llewelin son of. See Llewelin.

Epaux les, Espaus [Charente], house of the Temple at, preceptor of, 330.

, Templars of, 333.

Episcopus. See Evesk.

Eppeworth. See Epworth.

Epworth, Eppeworth [co. Lincoln], church of, 26.

Erald, William, 81.

Ereres, Namad del, 387.

Erghum, William de, 206.

Erkinus, merchant of Kirkcudbright See Kyrkutbrid.

Erlegh, Henry de, 59.

Erlham, John de, king's falconer, 177.

Erm. See Herm.

Ermenye, Frank de, 267.

Ernald, Ernaldi. See Arnaldi.

Erneshull. See Earnshill.

Ernisius, William son of, 242.

Errant, William, 46.

Es, Thomas de, 209.

Escheators, 80, 85, 189.

See Lade, Richard de la; William Adam son of.

, north of Trent. See Essex, Roger de; Neketon, Henry de.

, south of Trent, 181.

, south of Humber and Trent. See Wingeham, Henry de.

, between Humber and Trent. See Wingeham, Henry de.

, sub-, names of, in the several counties, 482-3.

Escheatry, ordinance for, 508.

Escheats, sheriffs not to lay hands on, but to allow the escheators to have free administration thereof, 7.

Escossan, Scosson, Scusan, Scussan [Escoussons, Gironde], Bernard de, 319, 339, 434, 471.

Escot. See Scot.

Escoussons, Gironde. See Escossan.

Escrutevill. See Scrutevill.

Escud, John, 403.

Esefeld, Alan de, 463.

See Essefeld.

Esenden. See Essendine.

Eshary, William, 448.

Esinden. See Essendon.

Esinton, Robert de, 76.

Eslegh. See Ashley.

Espechleye [Spetchley, co. Worcester?], Richard de, 257.

Esquira, Peter de l' Quira, Peter de les, 403.

Esse, Thomas de, 197.

Esseburn, Robert de, 193.

Essefeld, John de, 499.

See Esefeld.

Essendine, Esenden [co. Rutland], church of, vicarage in, 220.

Essendon, Esinden [co. Hertford], church of, 244.

Essex, 280.

, William, archdeacon of, 260.

, Henry, earl of. See Bohun Henry de.

, Maud, countess of, wife of Roger de Daunteseye, q.v.

, eyre in, 86.

, forest of, 493, 502.

, honor of, 251.

, sheriff of, 89, 320, 363, 372, 383, 425.

, —. See Culeworth, William de; Holewell, William de; Munfichet, Richard de; Reiner, William son of; Thany, Peter de; Wadinton, John de.

Essex, Roger de, 149, 151, 291.

— appointed esoheator north of Trent, 135.

Estchyrche. See East-Church.

Estdene. See Dean East.

Esterland. See Steland.

Esthal, R. de, 248.

, Robert de, 262.

Estissac, Dordogne. See Stisac.

Estleg, John de, 120.

Eston, Adam de, 38, 332, 490.

, —, presented to Castleton, 136.

, Master Ralph de, 329.

Estrange, Estraunge, John le, 6.

, William le, 4.

Estreis, Engeram le, 183.

Esturmy. See Sturmy.

Estwud. See Eastwood.

Estwyton, Estwytton. See Witton East.

Eton [co. Buckingham], 371.

Eu, Augi [Seine-Inférieure], Alice, countess of, 39, 296, 318, 326, 327, 420, 422, 429, 449, 475, 496.

Eu. See Augo.

Eudo, son of the king, the king's brother, 179, 270, 314.

king's clerk, or the clerk, 327, 343, 345.

, Robert son of, 370.

Eudrad, William, de la Ramade, 349.

See Andree.

Eustace, treasurer of the Exchequer of Dublin. See Leveland, Eustace de.

, Nicholas son of, 248.

, —, Alice his wife, 248.

Eustarye. See Ustaritz.

Everdon, Silvester de, 31, 94, 332, 455.

, —, archdeacon of Chester, 447, 448, 488.

, —, keeper of the seal of the chancery during the king's absence, 290.

, —, archdeacon of Chester, afterwards bishop of Carlisle [1246 to 1254], 492, 503.

Everhanger [near Wherwell], co. Southampton, 452.

Everle, Robert de, 392.

Eversley, Everesleg [co. Southampton], forest of, 471.

Everthorp, Henry de, 156.

Evesham [co. Worcester], 19, 26.

abbey, 159, 396.

, abbot of, 295, 348, 351, 454, 459.

, —. See Crassus, Richard.

, Thomas, monk of, afterwards abbot of, 385.

, prior and convent of, 158, 370.

, Richard, prior of Carlisle, abbot of, 159.

, Richard, prior of Hurle, abbot of, 166.

, R., abbot of, 358.

, letters patent dated at, 19, 26, 245, 466.

Evesham, Master Nicholas de, prebendary of Wells, 417.

Evesk, Episcopus, Elias le, Jew, of London. See Jews.

Evor, Philip son of, 237.

—. See Byvor.

Ewyas Harold, Ewyas [co. Hereford], castle of, 44.

, Thomas, prior of, 407.

, John, precentor of, 407.

, Walter, late abbot of, 407.

Ewyas Lacy, Ewyas Lascy [co. Hereford], castle and honour of, 42.

Ewelme, Walter de, 6.

Exchequer, or Exchequer of London 192, 207, 298, 309, 331, 376.

, barons of, 4, 31, 36, 87, 205, 275, 277, 279, 282, 284, 286, 287, 307, 331, 423, 426, 465, 474, 510.

at Hilary, 87.

, chamberlains of the, 6, 40, 372.

—. See Assewy, Ralph; Gisorcio, John de; Maudut, William.

, —, serjeants of, 332, 394.

, chancellor of. See Neville, Ralph de.

See also Seal, Great.

, clerks of the. See Swereford, Alexander de; Francigena, John; Maunsel, John.

, clerk in, to enjoy the liberties of the city of London, as he did before becoming a clerk, 244.

, issues of pledged, 55.

, seal of. See Seal.

, treasurer of, 86.

, treasurership of the, 7.

, — See Chaceporc, Peter; Haverhull, William de; Mauclerc, Walter; Pateshull, Hugh de; Rivallis, Peter de.

, treasury of, keys of, 7.

, treasurer and chamberlains of, 19, 36, 39, 45, 60, 63, 74, 101, 155, 211, 394, 509.

, —, all receipts to be deposited in the Tower under four locks, 249.

Exercitus, 376.

Exeter, bishops of. See Briwerr, William ; Blund, Richard le.

, bishopric of, 448, 475.

castle, constable of. See Bathonia, Walter de; Molis, Nicholas de.

, dean and chapter of, 447.

, diocese of, 217.

mayor and good men of, 151.

, murage for, 151.

, Master Philip, precentor of, 33.

, prebendary of. See Chaceporc, Peter; Prodom, Martin.

, treasurer of. See Ralegh, William de.

St. Mary, ship of, 326.

Exonia, Master John de, 37.

, —, presented to Bridford, 475.

, Master John Gervasii de. See Gervasii.

Extranea. See Lestrange.

Eye [co. Suffolk], letters patent dated at, 277.

, honour of, 103, 136, 437.

Eylesbiry. See Aylesbury.

Eylmereston. See Elmstone.

Eynan. See Einon.

Eynesford, Eyneford [co. Kent], church of, 3, 6, 21, 25.

Eynesham. See Ensham.

Eynho, Jordan de, 300.

Eynon. See Einon.

Eyre, justices in, 64.

, appointment of justices in, 76, 128, 462.

, form of writs of, 76-7, 128.

, capitula of, 76.

F

Faber. See Smith.

Fabriscis, Peter de, presented to Warmingham, 412.

Faccombe, Faccumb [co. Southampton], church of, 433.

Fair, 139.

See Boston; Buckland Newton ; Carrick; Kempsford; Lagny ; Mursley ; Northampton ; Provins; St. Denis; St. Ives; Thurout; Winchester; St. Giles; Westminster, St. Edwards; Yarmouth.

Fairford, Fayreford [co. Gloucester], 50.

, mills of, tithes of, 35.

Falconer. See Faukener.

Falconry. See Henry III.

Falewele. See Fawley.

Falignus. See Willelmi.

Falleg. See Fawley.

Fanicurt, Fanecurt, Gerard de, 124.

, William de, 295.

Far, Vidal de, 98.

Farenham. See Farnham.

Fargan, 'who has no other surname.' castles and lands of, in Poiton, 332.

Farges [Fargues, Gironde], Peter de, 403.

, William de, 319.

Fargues, Farges, Gironde, lords of, 338.

Farina. See Laharie.

Farle, Fernlegh, Henry de, steward of the forest of Pamber, 471, 475.

Farleigh?, Farlegh [co. Southampton], church of, 246.

Farm of towns, 47.

Farndon, Robert de, 459.

Farnham, Farenham [co. Surrey], castle of, 224, 435.

, letters patent dated at, 229.

Farnham Farenham, Master Nicholas, 196, 204, 220.

, —, parson of Bourton, 233.

, —, bishop of Durham [1241 to 1249], 244, 245, 261, 272, 273, 298, 432, 435, 480.

, —, constable of the castles of Durham and Norham, 244.

Faucus, Ralph, 85.

Faukener, Falconer, Robert le, 108, 255.

, —, Geoffrey, John and Philip his sons, 108.

, —, Maud his wife, 108.

, —, Joan his daughter, 108.

Faure, Martin, 361.

Faurgans, B. de, 403.

Fave, la, land of, in the landes of Gascony, keeper of. See Boeles, William de.

Faversham, Faverisham [co. Kent]. abbot of, 8, 417.

, Peter, cellarer, afterwards abbot of, 85.

, prior and convent of, 85.

, Nicholas, abbot of, 85.

, abbot and convent of, 12, 322.

, letters patent dated at, 42, 93, 104, 123, 205, 270.

Fawley, Falewele [co. Southampton], hundred of, 80.

Fawley ? Falleg [co. Southampton], church of, 245.

Fay, Philippa de, late wife of John Denys (Daci), 326.

Fayreford. See Fairford.

Fécamp [Seine-Infér.], abbot of, 458.

, abbot and convent of, 503.

Feckenham, Feckham, Fecham, Feckeham, Fekenham [co. Worcester], 147, 364.

, letters patent dated at, 17, 154.

, forest of, 58, 210.

, manor of, 58.

, vicarage of, 34.

, Holewey manor in, 18.

Fedhlim or Fethel son of Kathal, king of Connaught, 17, 28, 412, 461.

Feines, Fethnes, Feenes, Fednes, Fendles, Fenles, Michael de, 389.

, —, presented to Paington, 448.

, Engerrand or Ingram de, 123, 499.

, Michael son of William de, 284.

, William de, 297, 362, 507.

, —, Ingram his son, 297.

Fekenham. See Feckenham.

Felagh, Ralph, 155.

Feld, John de, precentor, afterwards abbot of St. Peter's, Gloucester, 408, 458.

Felinus. See Willelmi.

Felkington, Felkindon, Felkendon [co. Northumberland], 197, 209.

Fendles. See Feines.

Fenestall, William son of William de, 155.

Fenles. See Fienes.

Ferandi, Peter, preceptor of the Hospitallers, 100.

See Ferrand.

Ferariis. See Ferrariis.

Feroles, Eustace de, 102.

, —, Isabel sister of, 133.

Ferdinand III, King of Castile and Toledo, Leon and Galicia, 68, 192, 330, 362.

Ferendon, John de, presented to Pilham, 63.

Ferentin, Ferentino, Master John de, archdeacon of Norwich, 4, 163, 167.

, —, archdeacon of Norwich, papal chamberlain, 159.

, —, Master Tresmund, nephew of, 163.

Ferere, Fereres. See Ferrariis.

Fering, Feringes, Amfrey de, 124.

, Master Geoffrey de, 484.

Ferioli, W. (G), 338.

Feritate. See Ferte.

Ferles, Robert de, 259, 473.

Fernley. See Farle.

Ferns, Ireland, John bishop of, 11, 46.

Ferrand, notary of Alfonso, brother of the King of Castile, 350.

See Ferandi.

Ferrand, Count of Flanders and Hainault, Blanche sister of, 1.

Ferariis, Ferrariis, Fereres, Ferere, Agnes de, nun, afterwards abbess of St. Edward's Abbey, Shaftesbury, 396, 484, 489, 495, 497.

, Hugh de, 296.

, William de, earl of Derby or earl of Ferrars [1191-1246], 32, 58, 60, 89, 102, 117, 118, 242, 398, 456, 501.

, —, Agnes his wife, sister of R. earl of Chester and Lincoln, 32.

, —, eldest daughter of, 60.

, William de, son of William earl of Ferrars, 76, 118.

, William de, 40, 71, 104, 131, 186.

, —, constable of the castle of Bolsover, 95, 152.

Ferte, Feritate, Ralph de, 182.

Ferun, Iter de, de Sancto Johanne, 277.

Fescampo, Fiscampo, Alberic de, 337.

, — See Alberic.

, Nicholas de, 102, 231.

See Fécamp.

Fethermer, 200.

Fetherestan, Ralph de, Olive daughter of, 424.

Fethnes. See Feines.

Filer, Filers, Robert le, 133, 181.

Filloll, John, 382.

Fine Roll, 226, 426.

Finegal, Reginald, 71, 72.

See Fingall.

Fineshade, Finnesheved [co. Northampton], prior and convent of, 83, 501.

Fingall, Finegal [co. Dublin], 115, 460.

Finghall, Fyninghal [co. York], church of, 152.

Finkelegh [co. Southampton], forest of, 471.

Finnesheved. See Fineshade.

Fisacre, Warin de, chamberlain of the Exchequer, Dublin, 67.

Fiscampis. See Fescampo.

Fishery, 305.

Fisicien. See Leche.

Fisseburn, Randolf de, 197, 209.

Fithelton. See Fittleton.

Fittleton, Fithelton [co. Wilts], 421.

Flanders, 98, 181, 300, 425.

Flanders and Hainault, Ferrand, count of, Blanche sister of, 1.

, a nephew of, 1.

, Count of. See Sabaudia, Thomas de.

, merchants of, 17, 36, 170.

, Flemish cloth, 138.

See also Berburg; Bethune; Douai; Ghent; Oost-Eclou ; Thurout; Ypres.

Flandrensis. See Flemeng.

Flaxley, Flexle [co. Gloucester], abbey of, 41.

Flayvilla, Master John de, 490.

Fleg, Simon de, vicar of Chilton, 115.

Fleming, 154.

Flemeng, Flemmeng, Flandrensis, John le, of Neele or Nel, 56, 286.

, —, Adam his brother, 286.

, John le, 283, 340, 407.

, —, provost of the Isle of Ré, 310.

, Peter, of Neele, 56, 166.

, Thomas le, of Leicester, 109.

, Walter le, of Southampton, 3, 105, 133, 301, 303.

Flexle. See Flaxley.

Flixborough, Flykebrugh [co. Lincoln], 363.

Florence [Italy], 74, 255, 401, 452, 471.

, good men and merchants of, 74, 232, 303.

, citizens and merchants of, 411.

, merchants of, 416.

, Bernard Rustic, merchant of, 232.

, Beucheveu, merchant of, 232.

, Bonaouillin, merchant of, 232.

, Bonencuntre, merchant of, 232.

, Franketus, merchant of, 232, 365.

, Clarius Hughelin, of. See Hugelin.

, Hugh Symonet, of. See Symonet.

Florencia, Aleman de, 303.

, Falignus, Felinus de. See Willelmi.

, Franchetus de, 232, 365.

Flori, Flury, Flurie, Flurye, John, of Dieppe, 63, 365, 466.

, Robert de, presented to All Hallows the Less, London, 278, 282.

Flury. See Flori.

Flykebrugh. See Flixborough.

Foace, John, 60.

Focage in the Channel Islands. See Channel Islands.

See Bazas.

Foderinghay. See Fotheringhay.

Fodringeheye, Simon de, canon, afterwards abbot of Lilleshall, 115.

Foener, Matthew le, 63.

Foer. See Fuier.

Foillet, Richard, 119.

See Folet.

Fol, John le, 81.

Folcalchar. See Forcalquier.

Folet, Avice, 24.

See Foillet.

Foliot, Robert, 340.

Fonganant [Fontguenand, Indre], Grimbald de, 353.

Fons, Sir', 248.

Fonte Betonis, Fonte Bethonis, Master Everard de, or Everard de, 412, 414.

Fonte Gwillelmi de. See Fontguilhem.

Fontevrault, Fontevraud [Maine et Loire], abbess and nuns of, 28, 59.

, abbess of, 62, 189, 251, 327.

, Alice, abbess of, 382, 383.

, order of, 373, 384.

Fontguenand [Indre]. See Fonganant.

Fontguilhem de Fonte Guillelmi [Gironde], abbot and convent of, 386.

Fonthill Bishops, Funtell [co. Wilts], church of, 358.

Forcalquier, Folcalchar, Fulk', [Basses Alpes], county of, 243.

count of, 416.

. See Berenger, Raymond.

Ford [co. Dorset], abbot and convent of, 69.

Forde, Master Robert de, 267.

Forest, 166.

, Inquisition of, 427, 442.

, chief justice of, 173.

, — See Geoffrey, John son of; Neville, John de.

, justice of, north of Trent. See Munfichet, Richard de; Ros, Robert de.

justice of, south of Trent. See Geoffrey, John son of; Moyun, Reginald de; Segrave, Gilbert de.

, officers of versus bailiffs of the king's manors, 186-187.

, ordinances for, 216.

, pleas of, 481.

, pleas of, justices of, 462.

, regard of the, 125.

, underwood of, sold, 247.

, view of, 221.

Forest New, keeper of. See Passelewe, William.

Forests. See: —
-, Aliceholt
-, Ashley
-, Bagshot
-, Blackburnshire
-, Blackmore
-, Braden
-, Buckholt
-, Chippenham
-, Chute
-, Clarendon
-, Dean
-, Feckenham
-, Finkelegh
-, Friemantel
-, Galtres
-, Gillingham
-, Grovely
-, Neroche
-, New Forest
-, Odiham
-, Pamber
-, Porchester
-, Windsor
-, Wychwood
-, And the respective Counties.

Forester, Hugh the, 18.

Formentada [frumentagium], 393.

Forn, P. W. deu, 403.

Forstesbury, John de, 186.

See Fosbury.

Fortibus, Forz, Emery de, 170, 208.

, William de. 234, 295, 296, 297.

, —, Christiana his wife, 234.

, William de, earl of Albemarle, 68, 124, 127, 322, 464.

, William de, son of William de, earl of Albemarle, 258.

Fosbury ? Forstesbiry [co. Wilts], 186.

Foscet [on], Henry de, king's envoy, 254.

Fossa, William de, 133.

Fossato, Arnald Garsias de, 338.

, Gaucius de, 338.

Foston, Fotston. [co. York?], church of, 14.

Fotheringhay, Foderinghay [co. Northampton], castle of, 186.

Fotston. See Foston.

Fottestun, Robert de, 124.

Foucun. See Fulconis.

Foulness, Fulness [co. Essex], 101.

Fountains [co. York], 435.

, letters patent dated at, 435.

Fracheham, Hugh de, king's serjeant, constable of the castle and manor of Newcastle-under-Lyne, 493.

Frakeham, Nicholas de, 480.

Framlingham, Framelingham [co. Suffolk], castle of, in the king's custody, 39.

France, the French, Louis [afterwards Louis VIII], the son of the King of France, 150.

, Louis IX, king of, 22, 49, 67, 82, 94, 96, 99, 102, 106, 110, 111, 116, 126, 129, 135, 137, 162, 173, 189, 205, 259, 274, 280, 291, 294, 300, 303, 306, 331, 332, 338, 374, 391, 399, 401, 402, 404, 408, 459.

, —, Robert, brother of, 116.

, —, brothers of, 259.

, —, chapel of, 203.

, constable of. See Monte Forti, Amaury de.

, envoy of the Old Man of Mussa to, 226-7.

, envoys from, 84, 468.

, English in, lands and rights of, 173, 195, 250.

, —, lands lost by, 49.

, Knights Templars in, chapter of, 147.

, —, Master of, 378.

, merchants of, amends to, 160.

, B. queen of, 82, 84, 90, 94, 102, 261.

, subjects of, lands of in England seized, 418.

, —, suing for lands in England, 139.

, —, —, in Oleron, 341.

, treaty against. See Berenger, Raymond.

, truce with, 58, 60, 62, 84, 90, 120, 128, 385, 395, 434.

, —, dictators of, 374.

, —, raids against, 451.

, war in, 453.

France, towns and places now in. See : —
-, Anserville
-, Auvergne
-, Auxerre
-, Barfleur
-, Bec
-, Blangy
-, Bonrepos
-, Boulogne
-, Caen
-, Calais
-, Charité
-, Citeaux
-, Cluny
-, Corbie
-, Coutances
-, Dieppe
-, Dinan
-, Dol
-, Eu
-, Fécamp
-, Forcalquier
-, Frucourt
-, Gisors
-, Grestain
-, Juis
-, Lagny sur Marne
-, Laigle
-, Lisieux
-, Loches
-, Lyon
-, Manosque
-, Marche
-, Marseille
-, Montivilliers
-, Mortain
-, Narbonne
-, Nesle
-, Orléans
-, Oye
-, Palud, La
-, Paris
-, Périgeux
-, Pontigny
-, Provins
-, Quincieux
-, St. Denis
-, Ribemont
-, Rodez
-, Rohan
-, Rouen
-, St. Antoine
-, St. Bernard
-, St. Denis
-, St. Germain de Varreville
-, St. Gildas de Ruis
-, St. James de Benvron
-, St. Honorat
-, St. Malo
-, St. Mathieu
-, St. Maurice en Chablais
-, St. Omer
-, St. Pierre sur Dives
-, St. Pol
-, Sancerre
-, Séez
-, Sens
-, Tiron
-, Tours
-, Valence
-, Vermandois
-, Yire
-, Wissant

—. See also Gascony; Navarre; Ponthieu ; Provence; Toulouse.

Franceis, Franceys, Fraunceys, Geoffrey, 394.

, John, 155, 427.

, —, keeper of the queen's gold, 176.

, —, prebendary of Lichfield, 271.

, William le, 294, 295.

Franchetus. See Franketus.

Francigena, John, clerk of the Exchequer, 82.

, —, presented to Castle Sowerby, 175.

Franconis, Bernard, 367.

, Master Peter, 382.

Frankelegh, Ralph de, 60.

Franketus or Franchetus de Florencia, merchant of Florence, 232, 365.

Frankpledge, 92.

Fransham [co. Norfolk], church of, 303.

Fraunce, William, 486.

Fraxino, William de, 230.

Frederic II, Emperor of Rome, King of Jerusalem and Sicily, 145, 146, 175, 219, 300, 302, 308, 309, 311, 319, 338, 350, 357, 384, 398, 399, 463.

, horses for, 330.

, Master Walter, clerk of the, 145.

, —, envoy of, 188.

, — See also Bertaud Giles.

, great hall of, judge of. See Vinea, Master Peter de.

, Isabel his wife, sister of Henry III. See Isabel.

Freemantel, Freit Mauntel [co. Southampton], forest of, 471.

Frehorn. See Frethorn.

Freit Mauntel. See Freemantel.

Frenis, Frenes, Frenz, Joceram de, 280, 287.

, Wiscard de, 261, 280, 287, 424.

Frethorn, Frethethorne, Frehorn, John de, 304, 331, 420, 496.

Friars, Crutched (fratres ordinis Sancte Marie de ordine Cruciferorum), 435.

Friars Minors, 11, 118, 119, 152, 180, 198, 450, 459, 460, 461, 470, 492, 500.

, minister of, 450.

, of Ireland. See Ireland.

See Oxford.

, of Saintonge and Aunis, warden of, Emery, 359.

Friars Preachers, 6, 42, 94, 125, 140, 159, 211, 215, 248.

, Hugh, bishop of St. Asaph's. See St. Asaph's.

, John a friar, 140.

, Siward, an apostate, 248, 262.

See Oxford.

Friecort [Frucourt, Somme], Simon de, 472.

Friesland, 107.

Frivill, James de, 296.

, Roger de, 296.

Frohart, Robert, 63.

Fromund, Thomas, 463.

Fronsac, Frunsac, Frunzac, Fruncak [Gironde], 264.

, Raymund, count or vicomte of, 75, 311, 316, 321, 326, 328, 338, 339, 344, 364, 375, 471, 496.

, vicomtesse of, 339.

, burgess of, 344.

, castle of, 338.

Frucourt, Somme. See Friecort.

Fruncak, Frunzac. See Fronsac.

Fuble. See Defuble.

Fucher, Fucheri, Achard, 351, 401.

Fucun. See Fulconis.

Fuier, Foer, Fuyer, Bartholomew de, citizen of Lyons, 388, 389.

Fulbeck, Fulebec [co. Lincoln], 497.

, advowson of, 497.

Fulconis, Foucun, Fucun, Sicard, 349, 368, 395.

Fuldon, Ralph de, 156.

Fulinus. See Willelmis.

Fulk'. See Forcalquier.

Fulness. See Foulness.

Fumello [Fumel, Lot et Garonne], Esquius de, 338.

Fumerillum, louvre, 285.

Funtell. See Fonthill Bishops.

Funteynes, Geoffrey de, 127.

, —, Joan his wife, 127.

Furedes, P. R. de, 403.

Furmentin, Robert, canon, afterwards abbot of St. Mary's, Leicester, 445, 446, 447.

Furnellis, Simon de, 78, 162, 483.

Furner, Matthew le, 306.

Furness, Furneis, Furnes [co. Lancaster], abbot and convent of, 4, 27, 483.

, monks of, 11.

, abbot, fortieth on his tenants for the, 22.

Furnivall, Thomas de, 216.

Fuyer. See Fuier.

Fyninghal. See Finghall.

Fynmere, Simon de, 156.

G

Gabarret, Landes. See Gaveret.

Gacelin. See Wascelin.

Gachet. See Gaschet.

Gado, G. de, 403.

Gailardie, W. A. de, 403.

Gainsborough, Geyneburg [co. Lincoln], 368.

, warren and fair of, 368.

Gaiton. See Gayton.

Galicia, king of. See Ferdinand III.

Galleys, masters of, 341.

See Bayonne; Bordeaux; Cinque Ports.

Gallows, unlawfully set up, 65.

Galne, Peter, 131.

Galtres, Gautrys, Gautres, Gauteris [co. York], forest of, 52, 160, 226.

Galweya, Alan de, Roesia wife of, 194.

Galytly, William, 465.

Gamages, Gammages, Henry de, parson of Tilshead, 234.

, Matthew de, 337.

Gamel, Thomas, king's tranter, 34.

Ganno, Gannoc, Gannok. See Deganwy.

Gant. See Ghent.

Gaoler, Gauler, William, 37, 49.

Garanc', G. de, 404.

Garcias, Garsie, Garsy, Garsye, Arnald, de Fossato, 338.

, — See Fossato.

, Arnulf, 97.

, Peter, 314.

, de Lincolnia, Jew. See Jews.

Garclip, Garclipp, Bertram de, 99, 101.

Garde-Dieu [Tarn et Garonne], abbot and convent of, 44.

, abbot of, 219.

Gardera, Iter, 350.

Garderoba, Charles de, sheriff of Cumberland, 135.

Gardinis, William de, 148.

Gardino, Anselm de, 302.

, Richard de, 118.

Gardonne, Dordogne. See Gordan.

Gares, Garsias Arnaldi de. See Arnaldi.

Garetop, Walter de, 102.

Garisona, 54.

Garlandesch', circlets, 5.

Garonne, river, Gascony, army of the, 396.

Garreauc, Hugh, 143.

Garro [Basses Pyrénées], castle of, 405.

Garsdon ? Gerardeston [co. Wilts], church of, 182.

Garsie. See Garcias.

Garsington, Gerlington (rectius Gersinton), [co. Oxford], 41.

Garsington ? Gerinton, co. Oxford, 283.

Garsy. See Garcias.

Gaschet, Goschett, Gachet, Peter, 362, 367, 368, 379.

Gascony, 1, 46, 85, 87, 110, 113, 143, 169, 327, 370, 385, 390, 394, 418, 419, 437, 454, 476, 500, 511.

, castles in, 4.

, castles in the march of, 422.

, issues of, 405.

, Jews of, 212.

, keeper of. See Maunsell, John.

, knights of, beyond seas, fees of, 211, 212.

, lords of, fees of, the king unable to pay, 44-5.

, passes and roads to be kept safe for merchants, 7, 8.

, peace in, conversation of, 7.

, prelates of, 463.

, seneschal of, 21, 44, 59, 175, 191, 193, 194, 201, 202, 321, 369, 386, 388, 389, 395, 406, 473.

See Boeles, William de; Geoffrey, John son of; Matthew, Herbert son of; Maunsel, John; Molis, Nicholas de; Solariis, Rostand de; Trublevill, Henry de; Vivona, Hugh de.

, seneschalcy of, 4, 36.

, ship for, 125.

, Gascons summoned to come with horses and arms, 338.

, towns to pay fines in preference to military service. See Dax; Réole.

, transfretation of king to, 289, 298.

Gascony and Poitou, castles of. See:—
-, Belin
-, Belvès
-, Benauge
-, Bergerac
-, Bigarroque
-, Blaye
-, Bordeaux
-, Bouglon
-, Bourg
-, Bressuire
-, Chalais
-, Fronsac
-, Garro
-, Mirambeau
-, Oléron
-, Pujols
-, Puvnormand
-, Ré
-, Réole, La
-, Roche fort
-, Rochelle
-, Ruch
-, Sabres
-, St. Macaire
-, Saintes
-, Sault de Navailles
-, Tontolon in Bazas
-, Ustaritz

Gaston, Gastun, near Antioch, castle of, 207.

Gatesden, John de, 94, 150, 172, 176, 209, 255, 259, 265, 413, 439, 464.

, —, sheriff of Surrey and Sussex, 137.

, —, clerk of the Queen's wardrobe, 196.

, John, son of Aldulf de, 172.

Gatton, Hamo de, 130.

Gatton. See Glatton.

Gaubardin, P. A. de, 403.

Gaugi, Gaugy, William de, 87, 297, 451.

, constable of the castle of Swansea, 61.

, constable of the castle and honour of Carmarthen, 64.

, constable of the town and castle of Carmarthen, 87.

Gauler. See Gaoler.

Gaunt. See Ghent.

Gautres, Gautrys. See Galtres.

Gavelkind, Gavelicund, 269.

Gaveret [Gabarret, Landes], A. de, 403.

, Peter de, 88, 135, 139, 192, 319, 339.

, —, Wilhelmina, relict of, 191.

, —, Bernard his son, 192.

, Roger, 372, 384.

Gaynard, William, 504, 506.

Gaynnok, William, 382.

Gaytani, James Johannis. See Johannis.

Gayton ? Geynton [co. Lincoln], church of, 26.

Gayton ? Geynton [co. Lincoln], church of, 153, 167.

, Geiton [co. Northampton], 322.

Geddington, Geitinton, Geitunzton [co. Northampton], church of, 397, 489.

, Philip, proctor of Valence, parson of, 397.

, letters patent dated at, 40, 117, 430.

Gedereborme, Robert, 274.

Gegrave (sic). See Segrave.

Geiton. See Gayton.

Geneur-Glynn, Genneyrglyn [co. Cardigan], commote of, 493.

Geneva, count of, Peter son of, 377.

, —, Amadeu son of, 392.

, —, —, Aimon his brother, 390, 392.

Geneva, Jebenensis, Peter de, 306, 351, 394, 421, 429, 450, 462, 478, 479, 480, 488.

, —, Maud wife of. See Lacy, Maud de.

Genevensis et Nolensis, Gynes, merchant of Spain, 247.

Genith. See Ginge, Berks.

Genneyrglyn. See Geneur-Giynn.

Genoa [Italy], 274, 480.

Gentil, wife of Jacob son of Vives, Jew of Lincoln, 76.

See Jews.

, Gentil, 239, 282.

Genzano ? Genencian' [near Rome], Gerard de Picalat' the clerk. See Picalat.

Geoffrey the almoner. See Templar, Geof. le.

, brother. See Templar, Geof. le.

the Sauser, 295.

Master, the queen's cook. See Eleanor, queen.

, Geoffrey son of, 209.

, Hugh son of, de Morton, 382.

, John son of, 31, 42, 52, 111, 112, 116, 117, 144, 196, 208, 233, 238, 256, 261, 284, 291, 297, 306, 309, 313, 314, 315, 319, 322, 323, 328, 331, 333, 341, 343, 344, 345, 346, 349, 351, 354, 358, 359, 363, 364, 368, 369, 370, 371, 372, 373, 374, 380, 381, 382, 384, 393, 394, 395, 401, 418, 432, 434, 437, 455, 462, 463, 465, 466, 467, 468, 469, 470, 472, 476, 477, 478, 479, 480, 485, 486, 488, 489, 490, 492, 493, 500, 503, 506, 507, 508.

, —, chief justice of the forest, 291.

, —, appointed seneschal of Gascony, 372.

, —, appointed sheriff of York, 52.

, —, keeper of the forests of Galtres, Scarborough and Pickering, 52.

, —, constable of the castles of Scarborough and Pickering, 144.

, —, justice of the forest south of Trent, 261.

, —, Isabel his wife, late the wife of Gilbert de Lacy, 42.

, John son of, de Gipeswico, 15.

, Rosamunda, daughter of, 436.

Gerald, Gerold, Maurice son of, justiciary of Ireland, 8, 9, 10, 16, 17, 21, 24, 40, 46, 50, 55, 56, 58, 61, 71, 72, 75, 82, 83, 87, 88, 93, 100, 111, 112, 114, 121, 132, 133, 141, 146, 151, 153, 157, 169, 171, 190, 196, 197, 204, 205, 220, 221, 233, 246, 247, 250, 253, 256, 259, 260, 263, 267, 270, 277, 286, 290, 313, 318, 320, 324, 330, 331, 351, 352, 353, 361, 362, 365, 370, 371, 374, 378, 379, 380, 381, 384, 387, 395, 425, 427, 428, 429, 430, 431, 436, 444, 446, 455, 460, 461, 465.

, —, coming to England, 46.

, —, surrenders the justiciaryship of Ireland in 1245, 465.

, Warin son of, 222, 296, 351.

, —, Agnes his wife, 351.

Gerardeston. See Garsdon.

Gerardvill, Lewis de, 454.

Geraudun, Gerowdon, Geroudon, Geruudun, Gereudun, Arnald, 81, 140, 286, 456.

, Hugh, 81, 140, 385, 386, 456.

, Robert, 343.

Gerdeslegh. See Yardley.

Gereberd, Jerebert, Gereberti, Gerberti, Gilberti, Elias, 144, 322, 499.

, William son of, de Jernemue, 110.

, William, sheriff of Wilts, and constable of the castle of Salisbury, 172.

, —, Alice wife of, 178.

Gerendun. See Geraudun.

Geres, John de. 271, 323, 474.

, Michael de, 323.

, R. de, 403.

Gereseye, John de, 246.

See Jersey.

Gereudun. See Geraudun.

Gerini, William, archpriest of Taillebourg, 315.

Gerinton [Garsington or Yarnton, co. Oxford ?], 283.

Gerlinton. See Garsington.

German, Jerman, the king's tailor. See Henry III, tailor.

Gernegan, Hubert, 164.

, Hugh de, 11.

, John, friar minor, 11.

Gernemuta, Jernemue, Master Henry de, 47.

, William son of Jerebert de, 110.

See Yarmouth.

Gernereye. See Guernsey.

Gernun, Ralph, constable of the castle of Colchester, 145.

, William, 63.

Gerold. See Gerald.

Geroudon, Gerowdon. See Geraudun.

Gerst', Henry, 302.

Gerundun. See Geraudun.

Gervase, David son of. See David ap Jorworth.

Gervasii, Master John, de Exonia, 116.

Gervaus. See Jervaulx.

Geyneburg. See Gainsborough.

Geynth. See Ginge.

Geynton. See Gayton.

Ghent, Gaunt, Gant, Cant, Flanders, 99, 105.

, échevins and good-men of, 122, 168, 186.

, merchants of, 13.

, debt of, to the king, 42.

Giberack in Purleigh, Gibbecrak [co. Essex], 371.

Giel, Simon, 63.

Giffard, Gyfford, Elias, 115.

, Hugh, 169, 247, 280, 283, 397, 422, 425, 431, 469.

, —, constable of the Tower of London, 127, 140, 234.

, —, keeper of Edward the king's firstborn, account of, 487, 495.

, —, Sibyl his wife the queen's midwife, 247, 481, 487, 489.

, Hugh, parson of Wellington, 510.

, Hugh son of Hugh, presented to Wotton, 303.

, Robert, 300.

, Walter, presented to the church of the new land of Welinton, 510.

, William, 283.

, —, constable of the castle of Hadleigh, 476.

Gilbert, Guibertus, knight, 393.

, Alexander son of, 76.

Gilberti. See Gereberd.

Gildeford. See Guildford.

Gillecum. See Cilycwm.

Gilling, Geoffrey de, 435.

See Ealing.

Gillingham [co. Dorset], 142.

, forest and town of, 51.

, keeper of. See Nicholas, Henry son of.

, manor, houses and park of, 300.

, park of, 142.

Gillingham, Thomas son of Ralph de, 158.

Gimingham, Gimingeham [co. Norfolk], 271.

Gimmerand [Guimeraens, Portugal], Ingus Salvis de. See Salvis.

Gines. See Gisnes.

Ginge ? Geynth, Genith [co. Berks], land of, 99, 101.

Gipeswich. See Ipswich.

Gipeswico, John son of Geoffrey de, 15.

, R. de, 244.

Gironde, Gyrunda, Gascony, river, 350, 383.

, in camp on the, letters patent dated at, 314, 315, 316, 338.

, the sea of, 393.

Girunde, Gyrunde [Gironde], Arnald de, 286, 339, 471.

See Gironde.

Gisnes, Gysnes, Gynes, Baldwin de, 9.

, —, constable of the castle of Glasbury, 25.

, —, constable of the castle of Brynllys, 25.

, Robert de, 296, 322, 325, 426, 502.

See Guines.

Gisorcio, Gysorz, Gizorz, Gyzors', John de, 136, 167, 185, 304, 452, 476, 484.

, —, Mayor of London, 484.

Gisors [Eure], 301, 302.

Gizorz. See Gisorcio.

Glamorgan, county of, sheriff of. See Trublevill, Henry de.

, honour of, 96.

, men of, 41.

Glamorgan and Wentloog, Glamorgan and Bunthloc, land of, 6, 53.

, —, keeper of. See Siward, Richard.

, —, lord of. See Clare, Gilbert de.

Glamorgan, Geoffrey de, 123.

Glasbury, Glasbiry [cos. Radnor and Brecon], castle of, constable of, See Gisnes, Baldwin de; Warin, William son of.

Glasgow, Glascu [Scotland], bishop of, 117, 294.

Glastonbury [co. Somerset], Michael, abbot of, 241.

, abbot and convent of, 370.

, precentor of, 370.

, chantry of, 370.

, letters patent dated at, 151.

Glatton [co. Huntingdon], park, 277, 290, 376.

, manor of, 412.

Glatton, Gatton (sic) [co. Huntingdon], 269.

Glatton, Ralph de, Gunnild daughter of, 376.

Glendon, Clenden [co. Northampton], church of, 455.

Gleselegh, John de, 60.

Glorius, Robert le, 88.

Gloucester [co. Gloucester], 37, 46, 50, 51, 91, 163, 164, 291.

, barton of, 394.

, bridge of, wardens and preachers of, 459.

, castle of, 204.

, —, constable of. See Walerand, Robert.

, —, treasure kept in, 37.

, castle and borough of, 394.

, convocation at, 33.

, good men of, 110.

, letters patent dated at, 16, 35, 36, 37, 45-49, 50-54, 75, 76, 81, 114, 152, 198, 199, 214, 215, 253, 263, 458, 459.

, mayor and bailiffs of, 204.

, men of, 249, 415.

, murage for, 110, 225.

, parliament at, 21, 24.

, St. Peter's church, 279.

, —, abbot and convent of, 115.

, —, prior and convent of, 390.

, —, Walter, prior of, afterwards abbot of, 396, 397, 408.

, —, sub-prior and convent of, 407.

, —, John de la Feld, precentor, afterwards abbot of, 408, 458.

Gloucester, county of, archdeacon of, 253.

and Hertford, earl of. See Clare, Gilbert de.

, —, forest pleas of, 291.

, —, justices in eyre in, 255.

, —, sheriff of, 17, 41, 163, 190, 226, 274, 289, 340, 408, 475, 476.

, —, — See Bathonia, Henry de; Despenser, Thurstan le; Talebot, William.

, —, suit at, 226.

, —, honor of, 54.

Gloucestre, Alexander de, 390.

, Hugh de, presented to St. Anastasia in the suburb of Winchester, 246.

, Master Robert de, 19.

, Master Simon de, prebendary of Lichfield, 120.

, Thomas de, 370.

, Walter de, 420.

, —, presented to Woodstone, 205.

, Master William de, 109, 110, 198, 206, 208, 209, 223, 229.

, —, prebendary of Lichfield, 274.

, William de, cellarer of Dunstable, afterwards prior of St. Frideswide's, Oxford, 135.

Glover, Cirotecarius, Eudo le, of Nottingham, 133.

Gnareburg. See Knaresborough.

Gnosall, Gnossehal [co. Stafford], prebendaries of. See Alta Villa, Master William de; Beverle, Thomas de.

Goalun, Thomas, of Castelvire, 276.

Goathill, Cotehull [co. Somerset], 41.

Gobaud. See Gubaud.

Goda, Peter son of, 425.

Godard, August in son of, 157.

, William, of Enfield, 392.

Godardvill, Godarvill, Walter de, 51, 246, 247, 263.

, —, steward of Meath, 429.

, —, constable of the castle of Trim, 476.

, W. de, 20.

Godefeud, John de, 200.

Godeshull, Hugh de, 119.

Godfrey, Thomas son of, 19, 73, 127.

Godfridi, Fulk, 393.

Godstow [co. Oxford], Flandrina, prioress, afterwards abbess of, 268.

, prior and convent of, 268.

, M. the subprioress, 268.

, M. the cellarer, 268.

Godwin, Ralph son of, de Chilham, 497.

Gogou son of Tawaret [Tegwaret] le Enginur, son of, 268.

Goher. See Gower.

Goldhurst a la Claye, wood of, co. Essex, 493.

Goldingeham, John de, 436.

Goldinton [Goldington, co. Bedford], Peter de, 483.

, —, escheator in co. Northampton, 497.

Goldive, Henry, 34.

Gombaud. See Gumbaud.

Gomshall, Gumeshull, co. Surrey, 333.

Gonbaud. See Gumbaud.

Gontaud [Lot et Garonne]. See Gotaudo.

Goodrich [co. Hereford], castle of (castrum Godrici), 52, 468, 484, 506.

, —, constable of. See Tieis, Walerand; Cancellis, Emery de.

Goosa. See Gosse.

Gordan [Gardonne, Dordogne], Emery de, 338.

Gorges, Joan de, 243.

, Ralph de, 179, 243, 260, 323.

, —, Ellen his wife, 243, 323.

, —, presented to Newland, 330.

, Thomas de, 216.

, —, Joan wife of, 169, 216.

, —, —, her dower in Normandy, 169.

Gosbeck, Gosebec [co. Suffolk], manor of, 489.

, church of, 489.

Goschett. See Gaschet.

Gosebec, Hugh de, 164.

, Richard de, 489.

, Master Roger de, 473.

. See Gosbeck.

Gosebroc, Roger de, 57.

Goseford, goodmen of. See Ipswich.

Goshawks, service of, 231.

See Henry III.

Gosse, Goosa [Landes], goodmen of, 327.

Goswayn, Walter, 454.

Gotaudo [Gontaud, Lot et Garonne], Gaston de, 338.

Got'audo, Vitalis de, 338.

Gote, Stephen, 377.

Gothenburgh [Sweden], 80.

Gothland, Gutland, merchants of, 131, 287, 432.

Gotinton. See Totton.

Gouiz, Gouyz, Guuiz, Robert le, 65, 227, 243.

Gower, Goher [Wales], honor of, 41.

Gra, Robert, 452.

Gracedieu, la Grace Deu, de Beleton, [in Belton, co. Leicester], prioress and nuns of, 290.

[co. Monmouth], John, abbot of, 169, 192, 201.

Grace Dieu [Charente-Infér.], abbot of, 367.

Gracyen, William, warden of hospital of Ospring, 496.

Grafton Manor, Grafton [co. Worcester], chapel of, 108.

Grafton, John de, 108.

Graham. See Grantham.

Gramont, Grosmund [Haute Vienne], brethren of, 356.

, Egremund [Basses Pyrénées], William Arnaldi de. See Arnaldi.

, Arnald Willelmi de. See Willelmi.

Grant, Graunt, Graund, John le, 110.

, Thomas le, 452.

, William le, 253, 313, 353, 361.

Grantham, Graham [co. Lincoln], 426.

, prebend of, 494.

Gras. See Crassus.

Gratton, John de, 482.

Graund, Graunt. See Grant.

Grava, Grave, Ralph de la, 484.

[Grave d' Ambarès, Gironde], Raymond de la, 405.

, William de, presented to Uveston (Ouston), in the diocese of Lincoln, 250.

Graveling. See Grovely.

Graves d' Ambarès, Grava [Gironde], 393.

Graveshend, Master Richard de, treasurer of Hereford, 331.

Gray, Grey, Henry de, 236.

, John de, justice of Chester, 68, 296, 302, 341, 345, 347, 349, 351, 354, 359, 368, 371, 372, 374, 380, 382, 384, 465, 466, 467, 468, 480, 482, 485, 486, 487, 490, 494, 498, 502.

, —, constable of the castle of the Peak, 367.

, —, bishop of Norwich, sometime justiciary of Ireland, 121.

, Rchard de, 68, 168, 208, 431, 490.

, —, sheriff of Northumberland, 121, 186.

, Simon de, 79.

, Walter de, 236.

, —, bishop of Worcester, afterwards archbishop of York [1216 to 1255], 14, 16, 30, 85, 176, 177, 185, 187, 198, 206, 207, 209, 211, 212, 213, 216, 217, 223, 228, 229, 236, 238, 239, 244, 255, 258, 265, 267, 271, 283, 284, 285, 287, 288, 289, 290, 291, 298, 307, 309, 312, 313, 316, 318, 321, 323, 324, 325, 326, 327, 329, 330, 331, 332, 333, 334, 335, 336, 344, 345, 351, 352, 354, 355, 356, 357, 358, 360, 361, 363, 364, 365, 370, 372, 373, 374, 375, 376, 377, 378, 379, 380, 382, 383, 384-387, 388, 389, 390, 391, 392, 397, 398, 404, 415, 416, 424, 432, 434, 437, 461, 492, 496, 502.

, —, appointed custos regni, powers of, 290.

, —, keeper of the Tower of London, 424.

, William de, 296, 355.

Grean, Gren [co. Limerick], land of, 21.

Greatham, Gretham [co. Durham], church of, 480.

Gredle. See Greslegh.

Greenham in Crewkerne, co. Somerset. See Grintham.

Greenwich, Grenewiz [co. Kent], 131.

Gregory IX the Pope [Ugolino of the counts of Segni, 1227 to 1241], 74, 135, 140, 147, 410.

, Nicholas, nephew of, presented to Eynesford, 5.

Gregory, Master, chancellor of O., cardinal of St. Nicholas in Carcere Tulliano, 219.

Greinvill, Adam de, 490.

Greleg. See Greslegh.

Gren. See Grean.

Grendon, Robert de, 483.

Grenewiz. See Greenwich.

Gresele. See Greslegh.

Gresham, co. Norfolk, warren, market and fair, 395.

Greslegh, Gredle, Gresele, Gresley, Gresele, Gresle, Greleg, Geoffrey de, 19.

, Thomas, 295, 380, 381, 382, 383, 395, 475.

Grestain, Grestein, Grestayn [Eure], abbot of, 249, 455.

Greston, Gretestan [now with Kiftsgate, co. Gloucester], hundred of, 17.

Gretham. See Greatham.

Gretton [co. Northampton], 65.

, gallows at, 65.

See Creeton.

Gretton, Master William de, 236.

Grey. See Gray.

Greyhounds, leporarii, 194.

Greywork, 287.

Gride, Peter Ernaldi de la. See Arnaldi.

Griffin son of Edenaueth, the son of, 267.

son of Llewelin, prince of North Wales, 256, 264, 424.

, —, breaks his neck in the Tower, 424.

, son of Madoc, 466.

son of Madoc of Bromfield, 268, 430.

son of Owen or Aboen, 461, 480.

, —, Llewelin his brother, 480.

son of Rutherik, 17.

son of Wenunwen, 257, 260, 466, 486.

Matthew son of, 87, 88, 323.

, Thomas, canon of Oseney, to be prior of Ivychurch, 500.

Griget, John de, 427.

Grignol [Grignols, Gironde], Boudin de, 402.

Grilli (Gylly), Adam, canon, afterwards abbot of St. James', Northampton, 184, 273, 275.

Grimaudi, Poncius, 319.

Grimbald, Grymbald, Grimbaud, John, 176.

, Peter, 247.

, —, presented to Bedingham, 19.

, Robert, 77, 127.

, William, 306, 314, 323.

Grimesby, Bernard de, prebendary of Bridgnorth, 21.

See Grimsby.

Grimsby, Grimesby [co. Lincoln], 263.

, prior and convent of, 65.

, Reginald, prior afterwards abbot of, 68, 72.

. St. Mary's, church of, 259.

Grindon, co. Stafford. See Grendon.

Gring, Agnes, 295.

Grintham [Greenham in Crewkerne, co. Somerset], Adam de, 59.

Grisil, B. deu, 403.

Grono. See Wronob.

Gros, Anselm le, bishop of St. David's. See Crassus.

Grosmont, Grosmunt [co. Monmouth], castle of, 58, 445.

, —, constable of. See Rivallis, Peter de; Tieis, Walrand.

, letters patent dated at, 32.

Grosmont, Skenfrith and White Castle, [co. Monmouth], honour of, 58.

Grosmund, William de, 272.

See Gramont.

Grossetête, Grouse Teste, Robert, bishop of Lincoln [1235 to 1253], 98, 100, 117, 118, 119, 120, 135, 144, 145, 151, 152, 159, 161, 167, 178, 184, 189, 193, 195, 220, 238, 244, 249, 254, 256, 257, 259, 260, 268, 273, 275, 282, 283, 299, 303, 331, 332, 371, 404, 426, 430, 457, 470, 475, 488, 489, 494, 496, 498.

Grovely, Graveling [co. Wilts], forest of, 142.

, forester of. See Dun, Henry de.

Grue, Gerard la, 277, 298, 415, 510.

Grymbald. See Grimbald.

Gryphon, cup made out of an egg of a, 5.

Guarait, Albert del, 308.

, —, Albert his father, 308.

Gubaud, Gobaud, John, 139, 224, 263.

, —, constable of the castle of the Peak, and forester of the Peak, 140, 147.

, —, constable of the castle of Bolsover, 148, 152.

, John, the king's marshal, 163.

, —. See Gumbaud.

Gudeford. See Guildford.

Guduchi. See Gwidochi.

Guerguetin, John de, 348.

Guernsey, Gerneseye, Gernereye, Gurnereye, 56, 97, 359, 414.

, castle of, constable of. See Albaniaco, Philip de; Lambrusard, John de, and Gerard de.

, meres in, 217.

, tithes in, 179.

, St. Mary, ship of, 306.

See also Channel Islands.

Guibertus. See Gilbert.

Guildford, Gildeford, Gudeford [co. Surrey], castle, houses and park of, 53.

, castle of, 134.

, letters patent dated at, 38, 66, 67, 86, 106, 132, 134, 135, 146, 206, 207, 226, 228, 448, 492, 495, 508, 509.

, tournament at, 477.

Guimaraens, Gimmerand [Portugal], Ingus Salvis de. See Salvis.

Guines, Gisnes, Gysnes, Gines [Pas de Calais], Baldwin, count of, 2, 86, 94, 289, 317, 322.

, castellan of Berburg, 97.

See Gisnes.

Guitres, Gystres [Gironde], letters patent dated at, 366.

Gulafre, Martin, 295.

Gumbaud, Gunbaud, Gombaud, Gonbaud, Gumbaudi, the abbot, 393.

, Elias, of Coynac [St. Thomas de Conac or Coynac, CharenteInfér], 346, 348, 362, 402.

, John, 499.

, —, sheriff of Bedford and Buckingham, 261.

, Peter, 350.

, William, 136, 263, 335, 498.

, William, de Pabeys, 366.

See Gubaud.

Gumbert, Robert, Maud daughter of 382.

Gumeshull. See Gomshall.

Gumpeis, Eyma de, 399.

Gunbaud. See Gumbaud.

Guncali, Guncalus, 314.

Gundemer, William, mayor of Bordeaux, 389.

Gurcan, See Gurson.

Gurdun, Adam de, 297.

Gurnay, Hugh de, 51.

, —, Juliana daughter of, 227.

, —, Maud wife of, 227.

, Robert de, 464.

Gurnereye. See Guernsey.

Gurson ? Gurcan [Dordogne], Peter Ogeri de. See Ogeri.

Gus or Gusun, William de, 324, 342.

Gutland. See Gothland.

Gutteis, Olaf le, 80.

, Ralph le, 80.

See Gothenburg.

Guuiz. See Gouiz.

Guy, Wido, Walter son of, 200.

Gwascelin. See Wascelin.

Gwent. See Netherwent.

Gwerneigron, Alnetum [co. Flint], 264.

Gwidochi, Gwyduchi, Guduchi, Gwydeb, Bonus Socius or Bon Cumpaignun or Boncumpaynun, 106, 471, 476.

Gwillelma. See Willelma.

Gwischardi. See Wischardi.

Gwonhonith. See Gwynionydd.

Gwrthynion ? Wastreynthon [commote in Montgomery], land of, 257.

Gwynionydd, Gwonhonith [commote in the cantred of Syrwen, co. Cardigan], 487.

Gwynunwyn, Wenunwen [co. Montgomery], land of, 257.

Gwyschardi. See Wischardi.

Gy, Arnald, 456.

Gyffard. See Gifford.

Gylly, Adam, canon of St. James', Northampton, afterwards abbot, 184.

See Grilli.

Gynes. See Gisnes.

Gynevill, William de, 272.

Gyrivall. See Jervaulx.

Gyrunde. See Girunde.

Gysnes. See Guines.

Gysorz. See Gisorcio.

Gystres. See Guitres.

Gyzors. See Gisorcio.

H

Hach, Geoffrey, 113.

Hackington, Hakynton [co. Kent], Laorenta, recluse of, 133.

Haddistok, Richard de, 244.

Hadeberewe, Hasculf de, 260.

Hadestoc. See Hadstock.

Hadfeld. See Hatfield.

Hadleg, John de, 450.

Hadleigh, Hadlegh, Hatlegh [co. Essex], 100, 101.

, castle of, 100, 101, 476, 477.

, —, constable of. See Giffard, William.

, church of, 419.

Hadlo, Hadhlo, Haudlo, Nicholas de, 176, 303.

, —, constable of the castle of Canterbury, 127.

, Richard de, 288.

Hadstock, Hadestoc [co. Essex], 200.

Hageneth. See Haughley.

Hagheman. See Haughmond.

Haget, Master Robert, 5.

Haghenet. See Haughley.

Hainault, 98.

See Flanders.

Hake, Walter del, 219.

Haket, Hugh, 51.

, Philip, 340.

Hakynton. See Hackington.

Haldithele. See Aldithele.

Hale, Hal, Master Alexander de, archdeacon of Coventry, 116.

, Simon de, 76.

Halemere. See Holmer.

Halengrat, Halengret, the Balister, or Alengeritus, citizen of Bordeaux, 113, 320, 328, 341, 345, 346, 367, 387, 394, 396, 419, 429, 486, 492, 496, 498, 500.

Halesowen. Heyles, Heles [co. Worcester], church of, 210, 266.

Halesworth [co. Suffolk], 193.

Halesworth, Alan de, 193.

Haleuton. See Haughton le Skerne.

Hallingbury, Halinggebury [co. Essex], 240.

Halteclou, William de, 297.

Halton, Haulton, Hauton [co. Chester], castle of, constable of. See Lestrange, John.

, manor of, 502.

[co. Bucks], church of, 299.

Ham, West, Hamme [co. Essex], 286.

, Subiry in, 87, 211, 271, 286.

Ham ? Hammes [co. Surrey], 510.

Hamball, Master Stephen, 426.

Hammes. See Ham.

Hamo, William son of, 507.

Hampstead Marshal, Hamsted [co. Berks], church of, 254.

Hampton, 201.

Hampton, Robert de, 127.

, William de, 333.

Hamsted. See Hampstead Marshal.

Haninton. See Hannington.

Hanlagh, land of John de Grey, 371.

Hannington, Haninton [co. Southampton], church of, 269.

Hanslope [co. Buckingham], letters patent dated at, 435.

Hapethorpe. See Apethorpe.

Harbledown, Harbaudon [co. Kent], church of, 35.

Hardel, Hardell. William, 127, 173, 192, 202, 217, 218, 219, 221, 222, 247, 278, 301, 332, 487, 495, 497, 500.

, —, presented to Dadinton, 16.

, —, presented to St. Mary's, Grimsby, 259.

, William son of Robert, presented to All Hallows the Less, London, 240, 282.

Harcourt. See Harecurt.

Hardern. See Ardern.

Hardnota, Jocelin son of, 15.

Harecurt, Harcourt, Richard de, 164, 202, 291.

, —, a Norman, 182.

Hareng, Peter, 251.

Philip, 251.

Harengee, Robert de, 421.

Harestan. See Horston in Horsley.

Harewode, Elias de, 493.

Harness, 125, 329.

Harnhull [Harnhill, co. Gloucester], Stephen de, 483.

Harper, Cythariste, Master Richard le, 278.

Harrow, Herewes, Heregh, Herheges [co. Middlesex?], letters patent dated at, 2, 83, 279.

, church of, 316, 317.

Hartfield, Hertefeud [co. Sussex], 225.

Hartlip, Hertlepe [co. Kent], church of, 205.

Harundell. See Arundell.

Haselwell, John de, 464.

Haslingfield, Haselingfeld, co. Cambridge, 419.

Hastencot, Roger de, 100.

, William de, 351.

Hastinges, Gerard de, mayor of Oleron, 147, 215.

, Gilbert de, 60.

, Henry de, 224, 234, 295, 322, 422.

, —, Ada his wife, 224, 234.

, Henry de, constable of the castle of Bolsover, 449.

, Mary de, 396.

Hastings [co. Sussex], 92.

, barons of, 27, 44, 92, 179, 187, 293, 400, 404.

, —, their contingent of ten ships, 44.

, castle of, 53, 134.

, —, constable of. See Echingeham, Simon de; Rivallis, Peter de.

, —, prebend of. 496.

, —, — See Buckworth, co. Huntingdon; Peasemarsh.

Haswell, Roger de, 294.

Hatentot, William de, 510.

Haterberg. See Scalby.

Hatfield Peverel, Hadfeld Peverel [co. Essex], court of, 131.

Hatfield Regis, Hadfeld, Haffeld, Hathfeld [co. Essex], 131, 145, 224.

, park of, 67.

, —, keeper of. See Nevill, John de.

, William, prior of, 131.

, Stephen, prior of, 131.

Hatlegh. See Hadleigh.

Hatton, William de, abbot of Bardenay, 430, 432.

Hauberger, Reginald le, wife of, 282.

Haudlo. See Hadlo.

Haughley, Haughenet, Hageneth [co. Suffolk], church of, 248, 262.

, court of, 182.

, honor of, 177.

Haughmond, Haweman, Hagheman [co. Salop], Engelard, canon, afterwards abbot of, 248, 250.

, prior and convent of, 250.

, Gilbert prior of Stone, abbot of, 256, 257.

, abbot of, 431.

Haughton le Skerne, Haleuton [co. Durham], church of, 212.

Haulton. See Halton.

Haunsard, John, 324, 334.

Hautecombe, de Alta Cumba [Savoie], abbot of, 375, 384, 390.

Hauton. See Halton.

Hautsted [Hawstead, co. Suffolk], Robert son of Richard de, 382.

Hauvill, Hawvill, Gilbert de, 240.

, Henry de, 331.

Haveresham, Nicholas de, sheriff of Wilts, 241.

, —, constable of the castle of Sarum, 249.

Haverford [co. Pembroke], castle of, 468, 470, 484.

, —, constable of. See Molis, Nicholas de; Walerand, Robert.

Haverhull, Roger de, 407.

, —, keeper of the customs of Bordeaux and Bayonne, 458.

, William de, the treasurer, 75, 90, 112, 146, 149, 172, 247, 249, 255, 259, 266, 274, 275, 278, 281, 282, 287, 316, 332, 373, 426, 436, 457, 458, 476, 490, 503.

, —, presented to Honingham, 90.

, —, chamberlain of London, 172.

, —, prebendary of Alveley, 249.

, —, presented to Wonston, 266.

, —, prebendary of Lichfield, 274.

, —, possessor of Stotesdon church, 426.

, —, Roger, clerk of, 278.

Havereng, John de, 280.

Havering [co. Essex], 145, 279.

, letters patent dated at, 61.

Haw, men of, 345.

Haweman. See Haughmond.

Hawker, Accipiturius, Alfere, 480.

Hawvill. See Hauvill.

Hay [co. Brecon], 37.

, castle and land of, 52.

, murage for, 178.

[co. Brecon ?], letters patent dated at, 25.

Haya, Haye, John de, 296.

, Ralph de, 296, 310, 311, 316, 318, 345.

, —, constable of the castle and town of Bourg, 385.

, Robert de la, 168.

, —, appointed sheriff of Stafford and Salop, 45, 51.

, —, sheriff of Bedford and Buckingham, 207.

Hayes, Hese [co. Middlesex], letters patent dated at, 1.

Hayles, Heyles, Master Robert de, archdeacon of Lincoln, 94.

Hayrun, Heyron, William, 463.

, sheriff of Northumberland, 502.

Heacham, Hecham [co. Norfolk], dean of. See Beccles, Robert de.

Healey Hope, Helyop in Robery [co. Northumberland], 113.

Hecham. See Heacham.

Hecham. See Higham Ferrars.

Hechingham. See Echingeham.

Hedingham Castle, Edingham [co. Essex], prioress and nuns of, 494.

Hekingeham, Elias de. See Echingeham.

Hele, John de la, 304.

, John de, monk, afterwards abbot of Sherborne, 304.

Heles. See Hales-Owen.

Helewell, Stephen de, presented to Cotgrave, 398.

Helham. See Elham.

Helyop. See Healey Hope.

Hemingby, Hemmingeby [co. Lincoln], 371.

Hemmegrave, Thomas de, appointed sheriff of Norfolk and Suffolk, 46, 73, 97.

, —, constable of the castles of Norwich and Oxford, 143.

Hemmingeby. See Hemingby.

Hempstead Bury ? near Hemel Hempstead, Hemsted, co. Hertford, 97.

Hemsworth ?, Humleworth [co. York], church of, advowson of, 448.

Hengham, William de, 68, 119.

Henle, Brian de, king's tranter, 38.

Henley, Henle [co. Oxford], bridge of, work of, 42.

Henred, Walter de, 127.

Henry I., king of England, 176.

, charter of cited, 480.

Henry II., king of England, 148, 176, 191, 201, 259, 273, 292, 472, 505.

Henry III., king of England, alms appointed, of, 104, 105, 461.

, almoner of, brother John, 136, 182.

, —, William, 169.

, — See Cramfeld, Roger de; Leuekenor, John de; Templer, Geoffrey le.

, almonry of, 34.

, ancestors of, alms for the anniversaries of, at Fontevrault, 383.

, balisters of, 194.

, — See Halengrat; Balister.

, brothers of. See Eudo, Henry, natural sons of King John; Richard, earl of Cornwall; Lezinan, Valence.

, carpenter of. See Lamberd, Master Hugh; Sancto Emilione, John de.

, chamber of, 190, 271, 351.

, —, treasurer of. See Rivallis, Peter de.

, chamberlains of. See Assewy, Ralph ; Gisorcio, John de.

, chamberlain, the. See Mauduit, William.

, —, serjeants of, 332, 394.

, chancellor of. See Exchequer.

, chantry founded by, 36.

, chaplain of, Richard, 409.

, chaplain of, William, 148, 409.

, children of, Master Elias, cook of, 489.

, cloth purveyors of, 449.

, cook of, Master Richard, 210 295, 315.

, —, Master Simon, 51, 366.

, — See Bathonia, Geoffrey de; Sandon, Master John de.

, eldest daughter, form of aid for the marriage of, 463.

, daughter of, Margaret. See Margaret.

, demesnes of, sale of crops of, 251, 263.

, ecclesiastical works of, 98.

, — See Westminster Abbey.

, envoy of, secret, 155.

, escheats of, 36.

, escheators of. See Escheators; Ruffus, William.

, falconer of. See Merc, Walter de.

, —, Thomas son of Geoffrey de Prato, 139.

, falcons of, 331.

, falconry of, 177.

, — See Hawks, below.

, galleys of at Drogheda, Waterford and Dungarvan, 428.

and Gascony, transfretation of loans towards, 283.

, —, powers delegated to the keeper of the realm during his absence, 290.

, Gascon lords, unable to pay the fees due to the, 44, 45.

, — See Gascony.

, his gold in bezants, baculis et palliola, pawned, 456.

, goshawks and hawks of (austurcaria) 80, 131, 132, 169, 231, 240, 252, 258, 301, 304, 331, 496, 511, See Wabod, Walter; Pycot, Thomas.

, greywork for, 287.

, horses for, 139, 364.

, hospital, building of, at Oxford, 51.

, houses, castles, parks, goshawks, &c., placed at the disposal of his brother Richard, 331.

, household of, clerks of, haircutting of, 202.

, —, knights of, 17.

, huntsmen of, 81.

, indignation and rancour of, 372, 373.

, jewels of, 281.

, justiciary of. See Segrave, Stephen de.

, kinsmen of. See Chaceporc, Hugh, Gwidona, wife of.

, kitchen of, Master Paulinus buyer of the, 192.

, knights and serjeants of, 21.

, lands alienated, resumed, 289.

, the bishop of Lincoln, contention with, 331.

, marshal of, Richard, king's serjeant, 139, 148, 242, 278, 283, 506, 508.

, mesnagium regis, 355.

, mother of. See Isabel.

, nephews of. See David son of Llewelin.

, nurse of, Odierna, 98.

, ostricer of. See Pycot, T.

, Paris work for, 5.

, physician of. See Carliolo, Patrick de; Leche.

, prise of, in fairs, 460.

, prisoners of, belong to his royal liberty, 323.

, prize money, his share, a moiety, 303, 314, 328, 362.

, proctor of, William, 183, 184.

, —, Master James, 241.

, queen of. See Eleanor.

, rebels of, 25.

, regalia and jewels of, pledged, 336.

, relics of saints borrowed by the king for his life, 39.

, returned to England, 396.

, seal of, new, 488.

, — See Seal.

, serjeants of, arms of in pawn, 456.

, sister of, Joan. See Alexander.

, service of, retirement from, granted, 130.

, ships of. See Ships.

, steward of. See Craucumbe, Godfrey de; Nicholas, Ralph son of; Sancto Amando, Amaury de.

, stews of, keeper of. See Lutrarius, Simon.

, surgeon of. See William, Master.

, tailor of, German or Jerman, 151, 295, 365.

, —, Roger, 450. See Ros, Master Roger le.

, —, William, 23, 96.

, Temple, New, London, defrays the cost of the new chapel in the, 371.

, tranter of. See Gamel, Thomas; Henle, Brian de; Norhampton, William de.

, treasurer of. See Pateshull, Hugh de; Rivallis, Peter de.

, vestments of, deposited in the Temple, London, 495.

, wardrobe of. See Wardrobe.

, Westminster Abbey rebuilt by. See Westminster.

, word of mouth of, 325.

Henry, or Henry fil le Rey, the king's brother [natural son of King John], 20, 296, 450.

Henry, bailiff of Calais, 96.

, Master, clerk of Thomas count of Flanders and Hainault, 251, 373, 378.

, Hugh son of, 281.

, John son of, de Cobbeham, 278.

, Randolf son of, 77.

, Saer son of, 162.

, William son of, 297.

, William son of, de Bokesworth, 483.

Henton. See Hinton Charterhouse.

Hep, Alexander de, 162.

See Shap.

Herbaudon. See Harbledown.

Hereford [co. Hereford], 24, 33, 34, 37.

, bishops of. See Maidenestan, Ralph de; Aquablanca, Peter de.

, castle of, 4, 5, 55, 481.

, —, constable of. See Cancellis, Emery de; Sancto Amando, Emery de; Warin, William son of.

, Th., chancellor of, 332, 356.

, chapter of, 65.

, dean of, 445.

, —, See Maidenestan, Master Ralph de.

, diocese of, 207, 468.

, Jew of, Moses son of Hamo; son of Hamo. See Jews.

, king at, 243.

, letters patent dated at, 5, 24, 25, 31, 32, 33, 34, 243, 244.

, Geoffrey le Mair, of, 348.

, men of, 6.

, murage for, 6, 114, 224.

, prebend in, 73.

, precentor of. See Iwareby, Master Robert de.

, treasurer of. See Graveshend, Master Richard de.

Hereford, county of, 55.

, earl of. See Bohun, Henry de.

, farm of, 4.

, king's manors in, 4.

, sheriff of, 87, 88, 289, 348, 408, 431, 468.

, — See Sancto Amando, Amaury de; Warin, William son of.

Hereford, Hamo de, and his sons. See Jews.

Heregh. See Harrow.

Heretics, 149, 175.

Hereward, William, 100, 130.

Herewes, Herheges. See Harrow.

Herice, William de, 124, 164.

Herlebaut, Matthew, 63.

Herlizun, Reginald, presented to Withersfield, 499.

Hermit. See Westminster, Nicholas hermit of; Anchorite.

Herrings, prise of, 506.

Hertefeud. See Hartfield.

Hertford [co. Hertford], 227.

, castle of, 294, 477.

, —, constable of. See Culeworth, William de; Munifichet, Richard de; Peyvre, Paulinus; Thany, Peter de.

, John [de Hertford], prior of, abbot of St. Albans, 98, 116.

, letters patent dated at, 160, 277.

, St. Andrew's church, 467.

Hertford, county, earl of. See Clare, Gilbert de.

, eyre in, 97, 100, 102.

, sheriff of. See Culeworth, William de; Holewell, William de; Munfichet, Richard de; Reiner, William son of; Thany, Peter de; Wadinton, John de.

Hertford, Elias de, 280.

, John de, prior of Hertford, afterwards abbot of St. Albans, 98, 116.

, Richard de, 97.

Hertlepe. See Hartlip.

Hertrugg, Richard de, 304.

Hervey, William, 179.

Hese, Ralph de la, 150.

See Hayes.

Heth, Hethe. See Hythe.

Heuse. See Hose.

Hexham, Hextildesham [co. Northumberland], prior and canons of, 2.

Heycle. See Eccles.

Heyles. See Halesowen.

Heylin, Hoel son of. See Hoel.

Heyling, Richard de, 257.

Heyr, Thomas le, 134.

Heyron. See Hayrun.

Hichinton, Gregory de, 128.

See Itchington.

Hida, Hyda, Roger de, 243.

, Walter de, 126.

Higham Ferrars, Hecham [co. Northampton], letters patent dated at, 97, 139.

Hildereskelf. See Hinderskelf.

Hildesdun. See Hillingdon.

Hillingdon, Hildesdun, Hyldedon [co. Middlesex], church of, 159, 173.

Hindele, Hyndele, Bernard de, 219, 236.

Hinderskelf, Hildereskelf [co. York], demesne lands of, 405.

Hintlesham, Hyntesham [co. Suffolk], church of, 477.

Hinton, Henton, Hyniton, co. Wilts, 485.

, church of, 421.

Hinton Charterhouse, Henton [co. Somerset], prior of, 247.

, prior and convent of, 504.

Hinton, Cherry, Hynton [co. Cambridge], 156.

Hirewern, co. Cardigan, land under, 342.

Ho, Master Adam de, prebendary of Lichfield, 467.

Hobrightby near Carlisle, Hobriteby, Obricteby [co. Cumberland], 199, 213, 219, 226.

Hoccot [Holcot, co. Northampton ?] William de, abbot of Peterborough, 470, 473.

Hockesham. See Hogesham.

Hodenet. See Hodnet.

[Hodierna,] Odierna, the nurse, 98.

Hodnet, Hodenet [co. Salop], church of, 433.

Hodsock, Odesak [co. Nottingham], letters patent dated at, 433.

Hoel. See Howel.

Hoese. See Huse.

Hogesham, Hockesham, Oxham, Robert de, sheriff of Wilts, 178.

, —, constable of the castle of Sarum, 180, 249.

Hoggeston, Hogeston, co. Buckingham, 130.

Hok, Walter de, 496.

Holbeach ? Holvech [co. Lincoln], 506.

Holcot. See Hoccote.

Holcultram. See Holme Cultram.

Holderness. Heudernesse [co. York]. See Skipsea.

Holeford [now with Kiftsgate, co. Gloucester], hundred of, 17.

Holewell, Stephen de, 317.

, William de, sheriff of Essex and Hertford, 16.

, —, sheriff of Buckingham and Bedford, 304.

Holewey. See Hollow Court.

Holland, Hoyland [co. Lincoln], fair of. See Boston.

, parts of, 275.

Hollow Court, Holewey in Feckenham [co. Worcester], 18.

Hollywood or Holywood, de Sancto Bosco, Ireland, 380.

, castle of, 83.

Holme Cultram, Holcultram, Holcoltram [co. Cumberland], abbot and convent of, 93, 116.

Holme St. Benet [co. Norfolk], 429.

, abbey of, prior and convent of, 183.

, Robert de Thorkeseye, formerly prior of Ramsey, abbot of, 185, 186.

, —, abbot of, 409.

Holmer, Halemere [co. Buckingham], 147.

Holt [co. Norfolk], letters patent dated at, 278.

Holt, Robert de, 370.

Holvech. See Holbeach.

Holy Cross? Hosterlan, Thoslan [co. Tipperary], abbot and convent of, 26, 32.

Holy Land, pilgrimages to, 6, 93, 99, 101, 106, 109, 134, 173, 209, 250, 370.

Homersfield, Humberfeld [co. Suffolk], 305.

Homo, Geoffrey, 146.

Honingham, Huningeham [co. Norfolk], church of, 90.

Hoo, Werburgelond [co. Kent], church of, 453.

Hook, Rendeuan, Rendenan [co. Wexford], St. Saviour's, warden and chaplains of, 473, 474, 500.

, tower as a land mark at, 500.

Hoppeshort, Hubert, 382.

Horbury, Ralph de, 505.

Horder, Hordarius, Walter, the, of St. Swithun's, Winchester, 226.

Horham [co. Suffolk], 371.

Horkeleg, Ralph de, 296.

Hornby, Horneby [co. Lancaster], castle of, 73.

Horne, Simon de, 303.

Horses, 329, 348, 361, 366.

, destriers, 313, 314, 342, 362, 480.

, destriers for the king, 311.

, rouncey, 366.

, rouncey from Spain, 350.

Horsham, Horsford, St. Faith [co. Norfolk], prior of, 270.

Horsinden, William de, 473.

Horston in Horsley, Harestan [co. Derby], castle of, constable of. See Ralph, Hugh son of; Nicholas, Ralph son of.

Horton, Gervase de, 464.

Hos', B. de la, 301.

Hosatus, Hose. See Huse.

Hospitallers, 220, 221, 249, 250.

. See St. John of Jerusalem.

Hospring. See Ospring.

Hostages for good behaviour, 38, 39, 40, 45.

Hostenz, William, 383.

. See Ostensis.

Hosterlan, Ireland [Holy Cross, co. Tipperary], abbot and convent of, 26.

, See Thoslan.

Hostimanni. See Waterford.

Hoton, Alan de, 133.

, Gilbert de, 429.

, Roger de, 162.

Hoton. See Hutton in the Forest.

Houel. See Howel.

Houeton, Bartholomew de, 240.

, Geoffrey son of Elias de, 11.

, William de, parson of Oxendon, 101.

Houkerinton. See Elkington.

Hound, Hune [co. Southampton], 333.

Hount, Engelard le, 495.

Houses of stone, 473.

Howa, 34.

Howdenshire, Houedensire [co. York], freemen of, 190.

Howel, Houel, Hoel, Oel, Poel son of Cadwadlam or Kadwadlhan, 244, 260.

. ap Enedevet, bishop of St. Asaph [1242 to 1247], 478.

, Kadwalader son of. See Cadwalader.

, son of Heylin, the son of, 268.

, son of Kevenbrech, the son of, 267.

, son of Madoc, 472.

, son of Meredric, 117, 128.

, Robert, 454.

, Traer ab, 296.

, Walensis, 117.

Hoye, Huldric de, presented to Elham, 449.

Hoyland. See Holland.

Hubert, William son of Robert, 436.

Hubot, Henry, 463.

Huddersfield, Huddredisfeld [co. York], mill of, 249.

Huese. See Huse.

Hugelini. See Hughelin.

Huggenden [Hughenden, co. Buckingham], Geoffrey de, 200.

Hugh, Geoffrey son of, de Jarrum, 54.

, William son of, 446.

, —, Amabilia wife of, 446.

Hughelin, Hugelini, Hugolini, Clarius, citizen of Florence and his fellows, 244, 270, 275, 276, 366, 375, 384, 390, 411, 416, 434, 445, 455, 458, 479, 482, 489, 492.

, William, 146.

Hugonis, Arnald, 411.

Hulecot. See Ulecot.

Hulmo [Hulme, co. Lancaster], John de, 475.

Hulton[co. Stafford], abbot of, 87.

Hulton, Roger de, 118.

Humberfeld. See Homersfield.

Humeth, William de, 346.

Humleworth. See Hemsworth.

Humphrey, William son of, clerk of King John, 12, 13, 14.

Hunaud, William, 483.

Hund, Ralph, 15.

Hune. See Hound.

Hunger, William, 204.

Huningeham. See Honingham.

Huntemanby, Simon de, 258.

Huntercumbe, William de, 84, 87, 89.

Huntingdon, Huntendon [co. Huntingdon], gaol, 463.

, lepers hospital without, 430.

, letters patent dated at, 430.

Huntingdon, county of, G[ilbert], archdeacon of, 94.

, earl of. See Soot, John le.

, sheriff of, 198.

, — See Bereford, Ralph de; Caxton, Germanus de; Colne, Henry de.

Huntingfeld, William, 443.

Hurle, Randolf de, 6, 35.

.See Hurnle.

Hurley, Hurle [co. Berks], cell to Westminster, priory of, 282.

, Richard, prior of, abbot of Evesham, 166.

, prior of, 168, 412.

Hurnle, Randolf de, 184.

, See Hurle.

Hurtaud, Simon, 337.

Huse, Husee, Husatus, Heuse, Huese, Hoese, Hose, Geoffrey, 195.

, Hubert, seneschal of Gascony, 20, 52, 67, 169, 186, 191, 192, 194, 195, 196, 201, 208, 212, 219, 228, 231, 254, 296, 313, 318, 325, 326, 372, 387, 418, 446, 447, 448, 460, 464.

, —, constable of the castle of Oswestry 34.

, Henry, 296.

, James, 98, 455.

, Jam', 296.

, John nephew of Hubert, 195.

, William, 386.

Husseburn, William de, 162.

Hutton in the Forest, Hoton in the Forest [co. Cumberland], church of, 488.

Huylard, Peter, 304.

Hyda. See Hida.

Hyde [co. Southampton], abbot of, 128, 284, 438.

, Peter, chamberlain of, 284.

Hyde, William de la, 455.

Hyldedon. See Hillingdon.

Hylecote, Ralph de, 483.

, See Ulecot.

Hylton, Adam de, 263.

Hyndele. See Hindele.

Hynemanby, Simon de, 427.

Hyniton. See Hinton.

Hyntesham. See Hintlesham.

Hynton. Richard de, 78, 79.

. See Hinton Cherry.

Hythe, Hethe [co. Kent], 293.

, barons of, 44, 92, 179, 187, 400, 405.

, —, their contingent of five ships, 44.

I

Iachingdon[Yattendon, co. Berks], Peter de, 152.

Ichenton, Nicholas de, 2.

,See Itchington.

Idenevet. See Edenevet.

Iffley, Iftele [co. Oxford], recluse of, 70.

Igborough, Neubrig juxta Ikeburgh [co. Norfolk], St. Laurence, hospital of, 248, 259.

Ikeburgh. See Igborough.

Ilchester, Ivelcestre [co. Somerset], St. Margaret's hospital, brethren of, 115.

, gaol of, 123.

, Holy Trinity, hospital of, 265.

Imelaco, Thomas de, 149.

See Emly.

Immere, Thomas de, presented to Wenpatre, 509.

Ingaldesthorp, Ingoldesthorp [co. Norfolk], John son of Robert de, 42.

, Thomas de, 104, 119, 206, 223.

, —, sheriff of Norfolk and Suffolk, 142.

, —, constable of the castles of Norwich and Orford, 143.

Ingeham, Ingham, Walter de, 159, 196.

Ingworth, Yngewurth [co. Norfolk], church of, 496.

Inian. See Einon.

Inkberrow, Inteberg [co. Worcester], 36, 125.

Innocent IV,the pope [1243 to 1254], 400, 410.

Innocents, relics of the, 39.

Insula, Baldwin de, earl of Devon. See Ripariis.

, Brian de, 29, 30, 50, 53, 55, 56, 64.

, —, sheriff of York, 15, 28.

, —, constable of the castle, manor, and honor of Bolsover, 41, 42.

, Cinchius son of Gregory Cinchii de. See Cinchii.

, Geoffrey de, 207.

, —, sheriff of Southampton, 141.

, —, constable, or keeper, of the castle and forest of Porchester, 141, 451.

, William de, 30, 77, 123, 126, 127, 128, 149, 163, 164, 297, 463.

Insula. See Lille.

Inteberg, Daniel de, 42.

, Philip de, 384.

, —, constable of the castle of Limerick and of Castle Coning, 467.

. See Inkberrow.

Ipswich, Gipeswich [co. Suffolk], 164.

, St. Michael's church, 21.

, letters patent dated at, 96, 299.

, St. Mary Magdalen hospital for lepers, 96.

, Orwell and Gosford, good men of, 124.

Ireis, Yreis, Richard le, mayor of Winchester, 246, 475.

Ireland, 10, 34, 58, 62, 72, 114, 126, 145, 178, 204, 214, 220, 233, 252, 253, 254, 353, 413, 415, 416, 426, 427, 429, 450, 476, 477, 478, 483, 487, 491, 492, 497, 504, 506.

, aid from, 215.

, army summoned in, for Wales, 37.

army from, for Scotland, 431.

, the king's barons receiving evildoers, 83.

, castles of, 8, 9.

, castles of. See :—
-, Athlone
-, Cabragh
-, Castle Counell
-, Clonmacnois
-, Coonagh
-, Cork
-, Drogheda
-, Dublin
-, Dunamase
-, Dungarvan
-, Hollywood
-, Limerick
-, Meelick
-, Meelnagh
-, Randown
-, Roscrea
-, Trim

, cathedral churches of, chapters of, 444.

, chancellor of. See Dublin.

, corn and victuals from, 4, 27, 113.

, defence of, paid by the king, 430.

, English laws to be observed in, 177, 488.

, Exchequer of. See Dublin.

, eyre in, 381.

, Friars Minors of, 467.

, —, none to be made a bishop, 444.

, —, tunics for, 466.

, galleys for the king to be made in, 93.

, justiciary of, 4, 19, 27, 35, 45, 50, 52, 53, 56, 66, 67, 68, 69, 70, 108, 157, 178, 195, 198, 215, 220, 254, 265, 351, 376, 381, 385, 420, 453, 506.

, —, salary of 500l.a year, 70.

, —, 100l. to, on every journey to England and every journey back, 506.

, —See Gerald, Maurice son of; Grey, John de.

, justiciaryship of, 8, 9.

, Knights Templars in, 108, 207.

, —, master of, 67.

, — See Waleys, Roger le.

, lands of Walter de Lacy in, 246, 247.

, licence to elect to be given by the king only, 141.

, magnates of, 69.

, magnates and others of, thanks to, for their services in the war against Richard, earl Marshal, 71.

, Gilbert Marshal's lands in, 52, 53.

, the earl of Pembroke's lands in, 469.

, Marshal's lands, dower of Eleanor Marshal in, 56.

, Marshal of. See Marshal, John; Marshal, John son of John; Marshal, William.

, marshalsea of, 169.

, prelates of, 463.

, prises in, 455.

, Scotch merchants permitted to trade in, 197.

, state of, viewed, 17, 263.

, statute of John, that no pleas shall be held in any court Christian touching lay fees, 31.

, subsidy from the clergy of, 378.

, treasure from, 198, 221, 259, 313, 374, 384, 486, 488, 500, 507.

, treasure of, sent to Bordeaux, 286.

, treasurer of. See Dublin Exchequer ; Turvill, Geoffrey de.

, treasure trove in, 380.

, victuals from, 241.

, king's writs in, 176.

Isaac, Jew of Bordeaux. See Jews.

de Nortwyco, Jew. See Jews.

. son of Josceus de London, Jew. See Jews.

Isabel, mother of Henry III, afterwards wife of Hugh de Lezignan, count of La Marche, 49, 135, 144, 268, 273, 308, 485.

See also Leziniaco, Hugh de.

Isabel, Empress of Almain, the king's sister, wife of Frederick II the Empenor, 97, 103, 104, 105, 146, 265, 399.

, —, marriage portion of, 188.

, —, Jordan her cook, 103, 238.

. See Frederic II.

Iscoed, Yscoeyt [in Arwystly cantred, co. Montgomery], commote of, 493.

Ispano, Gerard, 319.

Italy, and merchants of, 303, 308, 329.

, Italian clerks in England, trespasses against, 28.

, marquess in. See Savoy, Amadeus, count of.

, transalpine merchants ordered to leave the realm, 471.

See Altopascio, Aosta, Avigliana, Bard, Florence, Genoa, Piacenza, Siena, Susa.

Itchington, Ichenton, Hichinton [co. Warwick], church of, 2, 128.

Ithel Vaghan, son of, 268.

Ivechirch. See Ivychurch.

Ivelcestre. See Ilchester.

Ivetoft, Richard de, 296.

Ivinghoe, Yvengeho [co. Bucks], church of, 249.

Ivychirch, Ivichurch, Ivechirch [co. Kent], church of, 274, 276.

[co. Wilts], Thomas Griffin, canon of Oseney, prior of, 500.

Iwade [co. Kent], church of, 300.

Iwareby, Master Robert de. precentor of Hereford, 34.

Ixning, co. Suffolk, 422.

J

Jacob, Crespin. See Jews.

Jacob son of Vives, Jew of Lincoln, Gentil his wife. See Jews.

Jacob', Henry, 99.

James', king of Aragon, 327, 342, 481.

, Master, the king's proctor, 241.

Jarpunvill, John de, 182.

Jarrum [Yarm, co. York ?], Geoffrey son of Hugh de, 54.

Jebenensis. See Geneva.

Jerdele. See Yardley.

Jerebert. See Gerebert.

Jerman. See German.

Jernemue. See Gernemuta; Yarmouth.

Jersey, Gereseye, 328, 359, 414, 424.

, castle of, constable of. See Albiniaco, Philip de; Lambrusard, Gerard de.

, St. Owen, parish of, 328.

, tithes in, 179.

. See also Channel Islands.

Jerusalem, king of. See Frederic II.

, pilgrimage to, 17, 21, 74, 98.

, St. Mary Tcutonicorum, hospital of, 133.

, —, Giles, brother of, 101.

and Sicily, king of. See Frederick II.

Jervaulx, Gervaus, de Gerrerallibus, Gyrivall [co. York], abbot of, 120, 251.

, abbot and convent of, 155.

Jerworth. See Jorwerth.

Jesemuth, Adam de, 337.

Jevington, Chivinton [co. Sussex], church of, 499.

Jewels and plate, list of, 5.

, taken instead of money, 83.

. See Henry III.

Jewry, 140, 275, 281.

Jews or Jews of England, 93, 132, 359, 397.

, commune of, 445.

, Exchequer of the, 488.

, —, clerk of. See Jacob brother of Elias le Evesk.

, hanged for circumcision of a Christian boy, 274.

, exile of, 228.

, fines on, devoted to building Westminster Abbey, 474.

, high priest of. See Evesk, Elias le.

, houses of, in London, 391, 419.

, loan to Richard, earl of Cornwall, 173.

, prest on, 246.

, tallage on, 12, 75, 93.

, tallage of 10,000 marks on, payable at the rate of 1,000l. a year for the first two years, after that at 2,000l. a year, 12.

, tallage of 8,000 marks on, 13.

, tallage of, 6,000 marks on, 13.

, tallage of 3,000 marks on, 178.

, tallage of 20,000l. on, 247, 249.

, wardens or justices for the custody of the, 93, 207, 228, 433.

, warden of. See Passelewe, Robert; Rivallis, Peter de.

of Gascony. See Gascony.

. See also Oxford; Winchoster.

Jews mentioned by name:—
-, Aaron of York or Aaron de Eboraco, 93, 137, 178, 187, 228, 229, 246, 445, 480, 492.
-, —, le Blund, of London, 228, 246, 445.
-, —, son of Abraham of London, 228, 246, 445.
-, Abraham, son of Hamo de Hereford, 5, 12.
-, —, Badcoc, of Winchester, 122.
-, Aubrey Surlof, 122.
-, Belia, wife of Deulebeneye of Winchester, 151.
-, Belia de Norhampton, 234.
-, Benedict Crespin, 228, 229, 445.
-, Bona the widow, 122.
-, David, Jew of Oxford or David de Oxonia, 99, 228, 229, 246, 433, 453.
-, —, Licoricia, wife of, 433, 478.
-, Deulebeneye, of Winchester, 151.
-, Deulesaut Koc, 178.
-, Duceman, of Winchester, 122.
-, Dyaya son of Magister de Cantebrig, 178.
-, Elias le Evesk, Jew of London, 178, 228, 359.
-, —, high priest of the Jews of England, 397.
-, —, —, Jacob his brother, clerk at the Exchequer of the Jews, 488.
-, Garcy de Lincolnia, 178.
-, Hamo de, Hereford, Ursel, Leo, Moses and Abraham, sons and heirs of, 5, 12.
-, —, Moses son of, 474.
-, —, Ursel son of, 342.
-, Isaac of Bordeaux, 113, 346, 359.
-, — de Norwico, 12, 359.
-, — son of Josceus de London, 178.
-, Jacob Crespin, 228.
-, —, brother of Elias le Evesk, of London, 488.
-, —, son of Vives, of Lincoln, 76.
-, —, —, Gentil wife of, 76.
-, Joceus de Colecestre, Jew of Lincoln, 488.
-, — de London, Isaac son of, 178.
-, Jusoelina, wife of Aubrey Surlof, 122.
-, Leo, of York, 112, 207, 228, 229.
-, —, son of Hamo de Hereford. 5, 12.
-, Moses or Mossey Mokke, of Norwich, 274.
-, Licoricia, wife of David de Oxonia, 433, 478.
-, Moses son of Jacob, 445.
-, —, son of Hamo de Hereford, 5, 12, 474.
-, Sampson of Canterbury, 212.
-, — de Norhampton, 178.
-, Ursel de Wintonia, 178.
-, —, son of Hamo de Hereford, 5, 12, 342.

Joan, queen of Scots, sister of Henry III, wife of Alexander II, 94, 132, 158, 210, 235, 483.

, —, will of, 214.

, — See also Alexander II.

, the king's sister, wife of Llewelin, prince of North Wales. See Llewelin.

, countess of Flanders. See Sabaudia, Thomas de.

Jocelini, Stephen, 263.

Johannis, James, Gaitani prebendary of Auckland, 211.

, Jordan, 478.

, John, of Portugal, 368, 369.

, Resolitus, 106.

, William, 317.

, —, Gerard his brother, 317.

Johel, Richard, 138.

John, king of England, 10, 12, 13, 28, 29, 43, 50, 56, 59, 93, 101, 122, 148, 150, 168, 169, 170, 186, 191, 201, 203, 222, 251, 259, 264, 359, 437, 488, 505.

, charter of, cited, 90.

, statute of, 31.

and his barons, war of, 92.

, natural son of. See Henry, the king's brother; Eudo.

John, the king's almoner, 136, 182.

, falconer of the Count of Flanders, 301.

, friar preacher, 140.

, chaplain of Master Nicholas de Farenham, presented to Knowle, 204.

, Henry son of, 203.

, John son of, clerk, 124.

, Richard son of, 203.

, Robert son of, 162.

, Thomas son of, 127, 182, 206.

, Thomas son of, justice in eyre, 77.

Joinier, Joynier, Joyener, William, citizen of London, 14, 83, 99, 137, 139, 281.

Joinzak. See Jonzac.

Jonzac, Joinzak [Charente-Inférieure], Peter le Leche of, 320.

Jordan, Jordani, Alan son of, Olive daughter of, 115.

, Alvred, of Bromsgrove, 171, 172.

, Geoffrey son of, de Molendino, 478.

, William son of, 167.

Jorwerth, Yerforth, son of Mereduc, 267.

See Owen son of Yavard.

Joynier. See Joinier.

Juini, John de, 370.

Juis[Jouy, Seine et Marne ?], prior of, 309.

Junior. See Young.

Juscelina, wife of Aubrey Surlof, 122.

See Jews.

Justa, a just, a kind of pot, 5.

Justice of bloodshed, 405.

Justiciary of England, 18, 21, 22, 25, 26, 28, 30, 32, 34, 35, 39, 41, 42, 48.

, renounced by Hubert de Burgo, 48.

See Burgo, Hubert de; Sedgrave, Stephen de.

Juvenal, William, presented to Walesby, 489.

K

Kacok, John, 97.

Kadewely. See Kidwelly.

Kadilac, William Arnaldi de See Arnaldi.

KadwadLhan, Hoel. See Hoel.

Kadwalader son of Hoel, 260.

, Mereduc his brother, 260.

Kaerdif. See Cardiff.

Kaermerdin, Kaermeredin. See Carmarthen.

Kaermerdin, Robert de, prior of Carmarthen, 492.

Kaeu, Kieu, Keu, William de, 74, 174, 177, 208, 507.

Kahaynes. See Caignes.

Kaillou. See Caillou.

Kaisneto, Master John de, canon of Arras, 241.

Kalveknave, Adam, 496.

Kancia, Cancia, Guy de, presented to Jevington, 499.

, Wibert de, 242, 345, 358.

, —, prebendary of St. Chad's, Shrewsbury, 456.

, William de, presented to Burwash, 475.

See Kent.

Kannok. See Deganwy.

Kantilupo. See Cantilupo.

Kanvill. See Caunvili.

Kardinan. See Cardinan.

Karevill. See Carevill.

Karewich son of Enyon son of, 267.

Karho. See Carrow.

Karleton. See Carleton.

Karleolo. See Carliolo.

Karleton. See Carleton.

Karleton in Lindrik. See Carlton in Lindrick.

Karliun, Karlyon. See Caerleon; Carleon.

Karrec. See Carrick.

Karro, Thomas, 238.

Karun, John de, 336.

Kasteleun. See Castillon sur Dordogne.

Kataria, W. R. de, 403

Kateret. See Carteret.

Katherdomyxk [Ireland], 200.

Kaukewell [Cawkwell, co. Lincoln], John de, 466.

Kaundevre. See Caundevre.

Kauntilupe. See Cantilupo.

Kauz. See Caus.

Kaxton. See Caxton.

Kayllow. See Caillou.

Kaynes. See Caignes.

Kecsteven. [Kesteven, co. Lincoln]. John son of Hugh, 483.

Keelly. See Cailly.

Keinesham. See Keynsham.

Keinton Mandeville ? Kynton [co. Somerset], 106.

Kelsey South, Suthkeleseye [co. Lincoln], St. Nicholas church, 160.

Kemerton, Kenemerthun, Kennemarton [co. Gloucester], 102, 231.

Kempsford, Kinemereford [co. Somerset],market and fair, 372.

Kempton, Keniton, Keninton [co. Middlesex], 160, 196.

, letters patent dated at, 13, 42,

44, 57, 59, 83, 84, 86, 87, 119, 140, 143, 160, 174, 175, 178, 179, 180, 191, 192, 209, 210, 211, 212, 219, 226, 235, 300, 305, 422.

Ken, William de. See Kaeu.

Kendal, Ivo de, 326.

, William de, 206.

Kenebauton. See Kimbolton.

Kenefare. See Kinfare.

Kenelegh, Henry de, 44.

Kenemerthun. See Kemerton.

Kenewarton. See Kinwarton.

Kenevorch, Kenowrec, son of Wronob, the son of, 267.

See also Wrenok.

Kenilworth, Kenyllewurth [co. Warwick], castle of, 212, 294.

, —, constable of. See Ascelles, Philip de; Lucy, William de ; Monte Forti, Simon de; Segrave, Gilbert de.

, prior and convent of, 153.

, —, David, prior of, 154.

, —, priory of, 298.

, letters patent dated at, 3, 233.

Kenilworth, William de, 445.

Keniton. See Kempton.

Kennemarton. See Kemerton.

Kensington, Kensinton [co. Middlesex], Nicholas parson of, 281.

Kent, earl of. See Bargo, Hubert de.

, sheriff of, 79, 320, 385, 408, 480.

, —, See Cobeham, John; Crioil, Bertram de.

Kent, William de, 115.

See Kancia.

Kentwell, Kentewell, co. Suffolk, 446.

Kereseye. See Kersey.

Kernet, Gilbert, 52.

Kerry, Kery [co. Montgomery], St. Michael, 493.

Kersewell. See Kingskerswell.

Kersey, Kereseye [co. Suffolk], 374.

Kersimore, Robert son of William de, 436.

Kerston, William de, 443.

Kery. See Kerry.

Kessemer, John, 302.

Kesteven, Ketsteven [co. Lincoln], parts of, 275.

See Kecsteven.

Ketelberewe. See Kettleburgh.

Keten, Roger de, 19.

Ketene. See Ketton.

Kettleburg, ? Ketelberewe [co. Suffolk], 286.

Ketton, Ketene [co. Rutland], 77, 371.

Keu, Kyeu, Hugh le, 194.

Keu. See Kaeu ; Coc.

Kevenbrech, Hoel son of. See Hoel.

Kevenorch. See Kenevorch.

Keventhles. See Cefnllys.

Kewurth, James de, presented to Kings clere, 477.

Keylli. See Cailly.

Keyngeham, Robert de, 226.

Keynsham, Keinesham, Keynesham [co. Somerset], prior and convent of, 24.

, John, prior, afterwards abbot of, 24.

, abbot of, 256.

, William de, chamberlain, afterwards abbot of St. Augustine's, Bristol, 299.

Keyrmerdin. See Carmarthen.

Kidderminster [co. Worcester], letters patent dated at, 17.

Kidwelly, Kadewely [commote in Cantref Mawr, co. Carmarthen], land of, 289.

Kieu. See Kaeu.

Kiftsgate, Kiftesgate [co. Gloucester], hundred of, 17.

Kildare [co. Kildare], St. Bridget's, William, precentor of, 2.

, Ralph, bishop of, 2.

, battle of, 82.

, bishop of. See Tauton, Master John de.

, canon of, 22.

Kilfeakle, Kylfecle [co. Tipperary], fair of, 328.

Kilgerran, Kirkarran, Kilgaran, Kylgaran [co. Pembroke], castle of, 468, 470, 484.

, —, constable of. See Molis, Nicholas de; Walerand, Robert.

, —, constable of, 254.

Kilkenny, Kylkenny, Kilkenni [co. Kilkenny], 146.

, Friars Minors of, 461, 492.

, prebends in, 197.

Kilkenny, Kylkenni, Kylkenny, Henry de, 213.

, —, presented to Elwick, 207.

, Master William de, 51, 62, 64, 74, 147, 152, 169, 174, 193, 199, 200, 223, 225.

, —, presented to Poorstock, 93.

, —, presented to Worfield, 159.

, —, king's proctor at Rome, 207.

Killorglin, Kylorgelan [co. Kerry ?], castle of, 83.

Kimberworth, Kymberwurth [co. York], 429.

Kimbolton, Kenebauton [co. Huntingdon], castle of, 154.

Kimerston, ? Kynemeresdon [co. Northumberland], 379.

Kinardesle, Hugh de, 32.

, Thomas de, 41.

Kincton. See Kington.

Kinemereford. See Kempsford.

Kinestanteston. See Kinson.

Kinfare, Kenefare [cos. Stafford and Worcester], forest of, 419.

Kingescler. See Kingsclere.

Kingesham, Peter de, 103.

, Richard de, 103.

, William de, Juliana wife of, 388, 392.

Kingesham. See Kingsholme.

Kingeston, Henry de, 506.

, Walter de, 295, 297.

Kingsclere, Kingescler, Cler [co. Southampton], church of, 477.

, letters patent dated at, 231.

King's Cliffe, Clive, [co. Northampton], letters patent dated at, 128, 130, 195, 202, 430, 431.

, manor of, 394.

Kingshagh, Kingeshagh [co. Nottingham], 149.

Kingsholme, Kingesham [in King's Barton, co. Gloucester], William de Albiniaco of, 509.

Kingskerswell, Kersewell, with the town of Depeford, member thereof, co. Devon, 479.

King'ston. See Kingeston.

Kingston ? Kum [in Corfe, co. Dorset], chapel of, 258.

Kingston on Thames [co. Surrey], letters patent dated at, 59, 140, 143.

, earls, barons, and knights at, 208.

Kingston, Kingeston in Dessia, [co. Waterford], fair of, 318.

Kingston, Kincton [co. Wilts ?], king's almoners of, 15.

Kinson, Kinestaneston [co. Dorset], 231.

Kintorp, Geoffrey, 223.

Kinwarton, Kenewarton [co. Warwick], church of, 396.

Kirkarran. See Kilgerran.

Kirkby in Ashfield, Kirkeby [co. Nottingham], 460.

Kirkcudbright, Kirkecutbrich [co. Kirkcudbright], 204.

, Erkinus, merchant of, 178, 204.

See Kyrkutbrid.

Kirkeby, John de, 103.

Kirkeby, co. Nottingham. See Kirkby in Ashfield.

Kirkeham, Kyrcham, Kyrkeham, Alan de, 132.

, Walter de, dean of St. Martin's [le Grand], London, 3, 52, 54, 55, 56, 57, 66, 85, 86, 91, 93, 98, 99, 100, 110, 111, 112, 117, 126, 133, 135, 146, 149, 152, 167, 174, 196.

, —, prebendary of Bole, 3.

, —, prebendary of [Louth], Lincoln, 93.

, W. de, 424.

See Kirkham.

Kirkeheym. See Kirkham.

Kirkele. See Kirklees.

Kirkeleston, Peter de, 180.

Kirkested. See Kirkstead.

Kirketon, Gilbert de, 255.

See Kirton.

Kirkham, Kirkeham, Kirkeheym[co. Lancaster], church of, 156, 175, 496.

Kirklees, Kirkele [co. York], nuns of, 435.

Kirkstead, Kirkested [co. Lincoln], abbot of, 66, 283.

Kirton, Kirketon [co. Lincoln], soke of, 63.

Kitchener, Coquinarius, Henry, the, 211.

Kitte, Henry, 257.

Kivyll, Kyvilli, Nicholas de, mayor of Winchester, 66, 109.

Knaresborough, Knaresburg, Gnareburg [co. York], castle of, 52, 90, 92.

, castle and honor of, constable of. See Stavele, Adam de.

, castle and honor of, given to Richard, the king's brother, 94.

, —, honor of, 90.

Knepp, la Knappe, la Cnappe [co. Sussex], castle of, 58, 89.

Knight Templar, A., a, 75.

Knights Templars, 309.

, master of, 207, 504.

, —, ransom of, from the Saracens, 207.

in England, 207.

, —, Robert, master of the, 5, 24, 116, 120, 161, 166, 222, 252, 256.

, —, master of, 283, 370, 371, 437, 452.

, —, —See Sampford, Robert de.

in France, master of, 378.

in Ireland, 207.

, master of, 67.

, — See Waleis, R. le.

Knighthood, expenses of, 16.

Knittele, Robert de, 76.

Knolle, Master Edward de, 261.

Knovill, Boeges de, 84.

Knowle, Cnolle [co. Dorset], church of, 204.

Knucklas. See Cnwclas.

Koc. See Coc.

Kum. See Kingston or Llangwm.

Kunnocth [Connaught], Master Thomas de, 428.

Kyeu. See Keu.

Kylgarran. See Kilgerran.

Kylkyn. See Cilcen.

Kylorgelan. See Killorglin.

Kymberwurth. See Kimberworth.

Kyme, Philip de, 222.

Kynemeresdon. See Kimerston.

Kynestan [Kynaston, co. Salop or co. Hereford], 132, 169.

Kyng, William, 484.

Kynton. See Keinton Mandeville.

Kyrchan. See Kirkeham.

Kyrkutbrid, Erkinus de or Erkinus, merchant of Kirkcudbright, 178. 204.

See Kirkcudbright.

Kyvilli. See Kivilli.

L

Labanc, Nicholas, 429.

Labenne, Avena near Bayonne [Landes], land of, 345.

Labouheyre, Herbefavere [Landes], men of, 245.

Labourd, Laburd, Laburt, de la Burd [Basses Pyr], land of, 317, 374.

, men of, 361.

, good men of, 404.

Labrit, Landes. See Lebret.

Laburt. See Labourd.

Lachenal Davaille in Oleron, 147.

Lachenal Doru in Oleron, 147.

Lacoc, Lacok, Master Ralph, 270.

, Master R., 278.

, Master Roger de, prebendary of Bridgnorth, 21.

Lacok. See Laycock.

Lacu, Lake, Walter de, 422.

, William de, 61.

Lacuna, 341.

Lacy, Lasci, Lascy, Edmund son and heir of John de, earl of Lincoln, 272, 469, 502, 508.

, Emery de, 402.

, Gilbert de [son and] heir of Walter de, 42, 220, 263.

, —, Isabel his wife [sister of John le Bigod], now wife of John son of Geoffrey, 42.

, —, Walter de his son, 220.

, —, Maud his daughter. See Maud.

, Hugh de, earl of Ulster, 46, 70, 114, 190, 197, 426.

, —, Emelina wife of [daughter of Walter de Rideleford], 352, 425.

, — See Ridelesford, Walter de.

, John de, earl of Lincoln [1232 to 1240] and constable of Chester, 3, 4, 29, 34, 35, 68, 77, 80, 102, 124, 126, 150, 168, 176, 177, 185, 189, 195, 199, 202, 208, 216, 226, 239, 249, 255, 258, 269, 278, 283, 287, 357, 365, 420, 448, 484.

, —, constable of Oswestry castle, 34.

, —, keeper of the town of Shrewsbury, 35.

, —, sheriff of Chester and constable of the castles of Chester and Beeston, 189.

, —, Margaret his wife, daughter of Hawisia de Quency, the sister of Randolf, earl of Chester and Lincoln [afterwards wife of Walter Marshal, earl of Pembroke, who died 1245], 3, 250, 282.

, —, Walter, receiver of, prebendary, in the chapel of St. Clement's, in the castle of Pontefract, 243.

, Margaret de [daughter of William de Braosa, of Brecknock, late wife of Walter de Lacy?], 263, 287.

, M[argaret], countess of Lincoln, 250.

, — See Margaret, wife of John de, above.

,Maud de, daughter of Gilbert de [granddaughter and] heir of Walter de, wife of Peter de Geneve [afterwards wife of Geoffrey de Genevill], 261, 263, 357, 421, 429, 450, 479.

, Walter de, 56, 220, 246, 247, 261, 263, 266, 287, 357, 429.

, —, Margery [de Braose] his wife. See Margaret, above.

, —,lands of, in Ireland, 246.

, —, Gilbert de, son of, 220.

, —, —, Walter de, son of, 220.

Lade, Richard de la, joint escheator, 54, 62, 70, 100, 101, 104, 131, 132, 134, 135, 185, 383.

Lados, la Dosse [Gironde], Arnald Bernardi of. See Bernardi.

Lafford. See Sleaford.

Lagny sur Marne, Leiny super Marl' [Seine et Marne], fair of, 242.

Laharie, La Farina [Landes], good men of, 327.

Laigle, honour of, 89, 93, 259, 279.

Laigle, Aquila, Gilbert de, honor of, 58.

Lake. See Lacu.

Laluque, La Luca [Landes], good men of, 327.

Laluque, Landes. See Luk.

Lamberd, Master Hugh, King's carpenter, 349.

Lamberti, Michael, 304.

, Ruffus, 363.

Lambeth, Lamheth [co. Surrey], letters patent dated at, 1, 2, 15, 30.

, church of, 376, 379, 385.

Lambon, Simon de, 436.

Lambrusard, Lambruschard, Lambressard, Gerard de, 387.

, —, constable of the castle of Sarum, 178, 180.

, —, constable of the castles of Jersey and Guernsey, 1.

, John de, constable of the castle of Guernsey, 1.

Lamburne, Reginald de, 119.

Lamelin, Thomas de, 19.

Lamheth. See Lambeth.

Lampeternmaur. See Llanbadarn-Fawr.

Lamucensis. See Namur.

Lancaster [co. Lancaster], castle of, constable of. See Lancastria, William de; Redeman, Matthew de.

Lancaster, county of, King's demesnes in, 156.

, honor of, 42, 250, 505, 509.

, justices in eyre in, 155.

, sheriff of, 93.

, — See Lancastria, William de.

Lancastria, William de, 42, 435, 464, 480.

, —, sheriff of the county of Lancaster and constable of the castle of Lancaster, 239, 481.

, —, keeper of the honor of Lancaster, 250.

Lancaveton. See Launceston.

Lanciac, Peter de, 266.

Landa, Gaillard de, 472.

Landes, Landes of Bordeaux, 137.

, land of, rents of, 327.

Landmark, 500.

Landwaz by York. See Langwith.

Landygan, church of, 293.

Langeberg, Roger de, 25.

. See Longborough.

Langedon, Richard de, 109.

Langeford, Langford, Richard de, 86.

, —, constable of the castles of Corfe and Sherborne, 207.

, —, sheriff of Somerset and Dorset, 207.

, Walter de, 142.

Langele, Langelegh, Geoffrey de, 95, 126, 228, 267, 295, 392, 408, 419, 423, 426, 442, 451, 459, 462, 463, 464, 472, 481.

, Henry de, prebendary of Bridgnorth, 478.

, William de, forester of Wychwood, 472.

Langeport, Walter de, 65.

Langestok. See Longstock.

Langetoft, Robert de, precentor of Whitby, 454.

Langeton, Master Simon de, archdeacon of Canterbury [died 1248], 2, 3, 5, 19, 21, 22, 25, 31, 35, 38, 82, 84, 85, 90, 108, 116, 240, 241, 243, 255, 260, 266, 267, 274, 275, 276, 289, 298, 299, 300, 312, 314, 316, 332, 372, 376, 377, 379, 383, 388.

Langon, Lingonium, Langun [Gironde], 129, 341, 372.

, good men of, 339, 380, 383, 384.

, lords of, 384.

Langwathby, Langwadeby, co. Cumberland, 294.

Langwith, Landwaz by York [co. York], 424.

Lanthony by Gloucester, Lentonay [co. Gloucester], prior of, 37, 68, 214, 443.

, letters patent dated at, 255.

Lantony, William de, 444.

Larbre, Thierry, 302.

Lard, Lart, Gaillard or Gayllardet de, 61, 378.

Larreule, Basses Pyrénées. See Reule.

Lartiga [Lartigue, Gironde], Bernard de, archpriest of Cernès, 325, 326.

Lascelles, Thomas de, 182.

Lassegues, Arnald de, 405.

Latchingdon, Lechedon [co. Essex], 371.

Laterane, Dunpere de, 137.

Latymer, Thomas le, 304.

Launceston, Lancaveton [co. Cornwall], 42.

Laundri, Robert, 157.

Launvais. See Llanfacs.

Launvaley, Geoffrey de, 359.

Laurence, John son of, de Stansted, 89.

, William, presented to Chipping, 265.

Lavington, Lavinton [co. Wilts], 84, 106.

Lavinton, Roger de, 180.

Lawarg, Llewarch, Enyon son of. See Einon.

Laxton, Lexinton [co. Nottingham], letters patent dated at, 159.

Laycock. Lacok [co. Wilts], abbess of, 287.

Leadenham, Ledenham [co. Lincoln], 497.

Leake [co. York], church of, 210, 211.

, Nicholas le Clerk, son of the late minister there, 211.

Lebret, Lebreto, Delebret, del Bret [Labrit, Landes], Amanieu de, 129, 314, 319, 322, 338, 363, 382, 386, 388, 407, 471.

Lech, Leche, Lecche, Fisicien, Medicus, Phisicus, Master Peter le, 113, 306.

, —, presented to Chipping, 239, 265.

,—, the queen's physician, 275.

, —, prebendary in the chapel of St. Clement's in the castle of Pontefract, called de Alpibus, 243, 258.

, —, of Jonzac, 320, 321.

, Master Thomas le, 454.

, Thomas le, presented to Medbourne, 177.

Leche, Benedict, 407.

, John de, 119.

, —, canon, afterwards abbot of Oseney, 121.

, Thomas de, 158.

, Thomas de, archdeacon of Norfolk, presented to Walsingham, 181.

Lechbrok, Lycchebrok, John de, 291.

, —, Martin, serjeant of, 291.

, Richard de, 236.

Lechedon. See Latchingdon.

Lectoure [Gers], good men of, 368.

, bishop of, 368.

Ledebiry, Nicholas de, 431.

Ledecumb, William de, 127.

Ledenham. See Leadenham.

Lee in Puddington?, Legh [co. Bedford], 371.

Leeds [co. Kent], letters patent dated at, 499.

, Ledes, co. York, 3.

Legate, Otto, cardinal deacon of St. Nicholas in Carcere Tulliano, 191, 199, 202-205, 211, 212, 214, 215, 218, 219, 223, 226, 227, 230, 233, 235, 236, 241, 400.

, constable of the castle of Kenilworth, 212.

, outrage on, by clerks of Oxford, 218-219.

, —, his chamberlain Markewald, 241.

, —, chancellor of, Master Gregory, 219.

, —, clerk of, 197, 199.

, — See Atte; Ottobon.

Leges. See Liége.

Legh [Lee in Puddington, co. Bedford], Emma de la, 371.

, Hugh de, 157, 196.

, Robert de, 76.

, William de, 182.

Legh. See Lee in Puddington.

Leicester [co. Leicester], 109, 258.

, St. Mary's, Alan, sacristan, afterwards abbot of, 118.

, —, prior and convent of, 117, 445.

, —, Robert Furmentin, canon, afterwards abbot of, 445, 446, 447.

, —, Robert de Rottele, abbot of, 510.

, men of, 23.

Leicester, county of, earl of. See Monte Forti, Simon de.

, eyre in, 152.

, forest of, 123.

, honor of, 155.

, sheriff of, 4, 109, 286.

, — See Bray, Ralph de; Lucy, William de; Nicholas, Ralph son of; Poer, Hugh le; Trussel, William.

Leicestre, Leycestre, Mathew son of Richard de, 100, 102.

, Peter de, canon, afterwards abbot of Ouston, 259.

, Ralph de, sub-prior, afterwards abbot of Darley, 24.

, Ralph de, presented to St. Michael, Coventry, 430.

, Robert son of Richard de, 449.

, Roger de, 297, 463.

Leigh North, Nortleya, Northleia [co. Oxford], parson of, 233.

Leinster, Ireland, land and castles of, 488.

Leiny super Marl'. See Lagny sur Marne.

Leiston [co. Suffolk], abbot of, 39.

Leministre, John de, presented to St. Margaret, South Elmham, 189.

. See Leominster.

Len. See Lynn.

Lench, Master Walter de, 283.

, —, presented to Greatham, 480.

Lendyt [St. Denis, Seine], fair of, 378.

Lenn, Nicholas de, 391.

. See Lynn.

Lenton [co. Nottingham], prior of, 57, 119, 131, 266.

, cellarer of, 119.

, priory of, 398.

Lentonay. See Lanthony by Gloucester.

Leo, Jew of York. See Jews.

Leodiensis. See Liége.

Léognan, Leuuahan [Gironde], St. Martin's church, 341.

Leominster, Leministre [co. Hereford], letters patent dated at, 4, 25.

Leon, king of. See Ferdinand III.

Leon, Leoni, Giles, 318, 321.

Leoyre [Gascony], [Loire CharenteInférieure ?], 66.

Lepegate, Thomas de, canon, 24.

Lepers, 14, 22, 38, 41, 57, 96, 115, 118, 134, 151, 158, 289, 418, 425, 430.

Lercevesque. See Arcevesk.

Lerm, Lerme [Gironde], castle of, 385.

Lesgor ? Lorgon [Landes], good men of, 327.

Lesgor [Lesgor, Landes], B. de, 403.

Lesparre, Sparre [Lesparre, Gironde], Kenguil de or Aquenwille de, 319, 338.

, Aquelin Willelmi de Sparra, lord of, 472.

, Senebrun, lord of or Senebrun de la, 381, 404.

, —, Maud wife of, daughter of Geoffrey de Talneo, 381, 404.

Lesperun [Lesperon, Landes], Sperun, P. G. de le, 403.

Lespinay. See Spiney.

Lesseburn, Lisscburn, Hugh de, 12, 299.

Lessimton. See Lexinton.

Lest, the lands of, 406.

Lestrange, Extranea, Strange, Agatha, 11.

, Geoffrey, of Exeter, 326.

, John, justice of Chester, 18, 39, 59, 153, 161, 186, 212, 225, 235, 240, 242, 244, 246, 254, 258, 259, 265, 267, 269, 273, 276, 277, 278, 279, 288, 292, 304, 421, 423, 426, 427, 431, 432, 435, 447, 448, 449, 456, 466, 490.

, —, constable of the castle of Montgomery, 153.

, —, sheriff of Salop and Stafford, 161.

, —, sheriff of Chester and constable of the castle of Chester, 240.

, —, constable of the castles of Beeston and Halton, 240.

, —, constable of the castles of the county of Chester, 244.

, —, constable of the castles of Montgomery, Shrewsbury, and Bridgnorth, 244.

, —, constable of the castles of Rhuddlan and of the rock of Rhuddlan (sic), 279.

, Roger, presented to Hodnet, 433.

, Simon, 15.

Letelye. See Netley.

Letters, Nicholas de, 26.

Leukenore, Leueckenor, Leuekenore, Geoffrey de, 397.

, Henry de, warden of the hospital of St. John without the East Gate, Oxford, 266, 280.

, John de, the King's almoner, 302.

, Simon de, sheriff of Berks, 184.

Leulin. See Llewelin.

Leuuahan. See Léognan.

Leveland, Eustace de, chancellor of Chichester, treasurer of the Exchequer of Dublin, 9, 10, 12, 40, 66, 69.

Leverepul. See Liverpool.

Levington, Richard de, 78, 127, 162, 182, 213, 215, 223, 236.

Lewes [co. Sussex], 124.

, R., archdeacon of, 421, 422, 473, 476.

. See Passelewe, Robert.

, castle of, constable of. See Sabaudia, Peter de.

, priory, 40, 248, 251, 262, 267, 282, 453.

, prior of, 40, 251.

, Guichard de Osays, prior of, 453.

, prior and convent of, 248, 262, 282.

, prior and sub-prior of, 267.

, John, chamberlain of, 282.

Lewes, Giles de, 302.

, Godfrey de, 302.

, Henry de, 302.

, Jory de, 302.

, Lambert de, 302.

, Lyones de, 302.

, Reyner de, 302.

, Thierry de, 302.

, William de, 302.

Lexinton, Lessinton, Andrew de, 15.

, John de, 119, 139, 142, 176, 228, 233, 240, 244, 245, 296, 306, 315, 331, 333, 341, 343, 347, 348, 359, 364, 370, 390, 393, 462, 490.

, —, keeper of seal, 390.

, John brother of Robert, 197.

, Robert de, 21, 30, 76, 77, 78, 79, 86, 100, 115, 128, 162, 163, 164, 197, 255, 298, 398, 429.

, —, prebendary of Wells, 398.

Lexinton. See Laxton.

Leycestre. See Leicestre.

Leyham, Matthew de, 443.

, Robert de, 443.

Leyliton, William son of Richard de, 45.

Leziniaco, Lezignan, Lezynan, Lyziniaco, Lizyniaco, or de Marchia, Aymer de, the King's brother, son of the count of La Marche, presented to Northfleet, 312.

, —, parson of Tisbury, 483, 484.

, —, presented to Kirkham, 496.

, —, Vincent, fellow and master of, presented to Walsall, 503.

, Geoffrey de, 49, 402.

, Guy de, 309, 343, 502, 504, 511.

, Hugh de, count of La Marche and Angouléme, husband of Isabel the King's mother, relict of King John, 28, 54, 84, 111, 116, 119, 126, 135, 156, 199, 259, 268, 273, 277, 311, 347, 399, 402.

, —, Isabel his wife. See Isabel.

, —, Amadeus son of, 482.

, —, Margaret daughter of, 310.

, —, knight of, 322.

, —, Hugh de, or Hugh le Brun, the King's brother, son of the above Hugh, 268, 311, 377.

Liberate, writs of, 15, 36, 39, 72, 82, 87, 93, 95, 99, 176, 242.

Liberate Roll, 189.

Lichesfeld, Adam de, brother of Henry de, presented to Penn, 312.

Lichfield, Lycheffeld [co. Stafford], letters patent dated at, 118.

, dean and chapter of, 120, 268, 270, 271, 274, 467.

, prebend in the bishop's chamber, 272.

, prebend in, 271, 289, 325, 327, 384.

, prebendaries of. See Gloucestre, Master Simon de; Gloucestre, Master William de; Haverhull, William de; Ho, Master Adam de; Sancto Martino, Master Laurence de; Manecestre, Master Thomas de; Norwico, Simon de; Ralegh; William de; Swereford, Alexander de.

, Master William, precentor of, parson of Itchington, 128.

Lideford. See Lydford.

Lideneie. See Lidney.

Lidney, Lideneie [co. Gloucester], 5.

Liége, Leges, Leodiensis [Belgium], 302.

, archdeacon of, 384.

, merchants of, 275.

Lieu Dieu en Jard, de Loco Dei in Jardo [Vendée], abbot and convent of, 341.

Lille in Flanders, Insula [Nord], 302.

Lilleshall, Lilleshull [co. Salop], prior and convent of, 114, 239.

, R., the precentor, 114.

, Philip, the chamberlain, 114.

, William, the abbot, 114.

, Simon de Fodringheye, canon, afterwards abbot of, 115, 117, 239.

, Richard de Salopia, abbot of, 240.

, church of, 475.

, letters patent dated at, 466, 467.

Lilley, Linleg, Linlegh [co. Hert.], 226, 392.

Limerick, Lymeric [co. Limerick], castle of, 9, 467.

. See Inteberg, Philip de.

, good men of, 195.

, murage for, 195.

, St. John the Evangelist without, prior of, 54.

, county of, 467.

Limeuil, Lymeyll [Dordogne], 356.

Limington, Lyminton [co. Somerset], 106.

Limoges, Lymoges, archdeacon of. See Ventadur, Bernard de.

Limoges, Lymoges, Master John de, envoy to Rome, 14, 32.

Limon [Nièvre ?] or Limou [Hautes Pyrénées], 75.

Lincoln [co. Lincoln], 76.

, Master Thomas, archdeacon of, 442, 504.

, — See Waleys, Thomas le.

, archdeacon of. See Heyles, Master Robert de.

, bishop of. See Welles, Hugh de; Grossetéte, Robert.

, Hugh the second, bishop of, 91.

, bishopric of, 494.

, citizen of, 449.

, diocese of, 1, 16, 26, 39, 63, 110, 134, 140, 160, 173, 177, 205, 207, 222, 250, 329, 455, 467.

, good men of, 23.

, Jacob son of Vives, Jew of. See Jews.

, —, Gentil his wife. See Jews.

, letters patent dated at, 159.

, St. Mary's church, canon of. See Berbezeus, Theobald de.

, —, canons of, 410.

, —, dean and chapter of, 93, 94, 96, 331, 332.

, —, prebends of. See Grantham; Thame.

, —, prebendaries of. See Ebleburn, Thomas de; Sancto Martino, Laurence de; Sancto Nicholao, Master Laurence de; Staunford, Master Richard de; Welles, Hugh de.

, —, visitation of, 331.

Lincoln, county of, third penny of, 3.

, earl of. See Chester, Randolf, earl of; Lacy, John de [1232 to 1240].

, justices in eyre in, 167, 462.

, sheriff of, 3, 4, 92, 110, 142, 190, 259, 368, 432.

, — See Ascelles, Philip de; Curzon, William de; Lupus, Robert.

, thirtieth in, 277.

Lincolnia, Lyncolnia, Alvred de, 296.

, Garcy, de. See Jews.

Lindese, Lindeseye, William de, 186, 505, 509.

Lindsey, co. Lincoln, parts of, 275.

Lingonium. See Langon.

Linham. See Lyneham.

Linkenholt, Linkeholt [co. Southampton], 458.

Linlegh. See Lilley.

Linton in Galtres Forest [co. York], 226.

Linton, William son of Adam de, 110.

Liposse, Bernard de, mayor of Bayonne, 329, 360, 365, 386, 431, 468.

, Mary wife of, 431.

See also Bayonne.

Lisioux [Calvados], dean and chapter of, 455.

Lisle, de Insula, earl de. See Ripariis, Baldwin de.

Lismore, Ireland, G. bishop of, 432.

, dean and chapter of, 485.

Lisseburn. See Lesseburn.

Litcham, Lucham [co. Norfolk], church of, 179.

Lith, la. See Lythe.

Littlebury, Luttlebury, John de, 200.

, Martin de, 291.

, —, presented to a mediety of Blackburn, 269.

Littleham, Roger de, 304.

Liverpool, Leverpul, Livrepol [co. Lancaster], castle of, 89.

, Dolfinus, burges of, 225.

Lizgniaco. See Leziniaco.

Llanbadarn-Fawr, Sancti Paterni [co. Cardigan], church of, 279.

Llandaff, Maurice, archdeacon of and prebendary of, 370.

, Thomas, archdeacon of, 370, 422, 431.

, bishop of. See Christi Ecclesia, William de; Burgo, William de.

, Maurice, precentor of, 431.

, dean and chapter of, 370.

Llanfaes, Launvais [Anglesey], Friars minors of, 460.

Llangwm ? Kum [co. Merioneth], chapel of, 258.

Llewarch, Lawarg, Einon son of. See Einon.

Llewelin, prince of Aberffraw and lord of Snowdon, 4, 17, 24, 41, 43, 55, 59, 65, 81, 117, 128, 144, 149, 153, 160, 186, 200, 212, 215, 217, 221, 225, 235, 237, 424, 493.

, —, truce with, terms of, 43.

, —, Joan [lady of North Wales, the king's sister], wife of, 4.

, —, David son of. See David.

, —, Griffin son of. See Griffin.

, —, Adam, clerk of, 3.

, —, David, clerk of, 3.

, —, Edenevet, steward of, 3.

, —, envoys of, 3.

son of Blethin, 432.

son of Enyun, 267.

son of Griffin, 485, 498, 501.

son of Mereduc, son of, 267.

Llewilini, John, 432.

Lleyn, Thlen [co. Merioneth], land of, 496.

Lo, William de, 302.

Loches, Luches [Indre et Loire], fair of, 308.

Locus Sancti Edwardi. See Netley.

Loeneys. See Lothian.

Loire Charente-Infèrieure. See Leoyre.

Lolleworth. See Lulworth.

London, 1, 51, 60, 83, 132, 136, 137, 143, 149, 177, 193, 202, 204, 214, 221, 234, 252, 270, 287, 300, 304, 315, 411, 448, 466, 469, 473, 492, 499.

, Peter [de Newport], archdeacon of, 260.

, archdeacon of, 278.

, barons of, 275, 408.

, Bench at. See Bench.

, bishop of. See Niger, Roger; Basset, Fulk.

, bishopric, 377, 378, 419, 421, 425.

, All Hallows the Less (super Celarium), church of, 240, 278, 282.

, Bishopsgate, new hospital without the gate of, 283.

, chamberlain of, 167.

, —. See Colemere, John de; Haverhull, William de.

, citizens of, 14, 30, 92, 167, 476.

, —, exemption from tallages for, 22.

, Clerkenwell, Clerekenewell, St. John's Hospital, 107, 111.

, —, John treasurer of, 421.

, constable of, 172.

, converts of. See below, Domus Conversorum.

, Cornhill at, 29.

, diocese of, 159, 268, 355, 417.

, Domus Conversorum, 178, 243, 488.

, —, master of, 178.

, —, warden of. See Chaplain, Robert the.

, exchequer of. See Exchequer.

, Friars Preachers of, Walter, prior of, 439.

, Holy Trinity, prior of, 302.

, Jewry of, 140.

, Elias le Evesk, Jew of. See Jews.

, —, Jacob his brother. See Jews.

, Jews' houses in, 391, 419.

, king at, 427.

, letters patent dated at, 111, 126.

, liberty of, 32, 313.

, Ludgate, gate of, turret near, 106.

, mayor of. See Bukerel, Andrew; Gisorcio, John de.

, mayor and bailiffs of, 62.

, mayor and barons of, 172, 244, 452.

, mayor and sheriffs of, 22, 283, 490.

, mayor, sheriffs, and barons of, 22.

, mint of, 90, 127.

, murage of, a model, 32.

, St. Dunstan over against the Temple, church of, 178.

, St. Giles without, hospital of, 469.

, St. Magnus' church, 82, 499.

, St. Martin's [le Grand], chapel of, Herbert, canon of, 218.

, —, dean of. See Russilun, Guy de; Kirkeham, Walter de.

, —, prebend in, 227.

, St. Mary Aldermary, Aldermannescherch, 38.

, St. Mary le Bow, church of, 285, 298.

, St. Paul's, chancellor of. See Cornhull, Master Henry de; Mansel, John.

, —, dean of. See Lucy, Master Geoffrey de.

, —, dean and chapter of, 260, 268, 282, 298, 305, 371, 377, 417.

, —, prebend in, 289, 325, 327, 354.

, — See Tottenhall.

, —, prebendaries of, 305.

, —, — See Master Benedict, papal chaplain; Besache, R. de la; Burdegala, Master Peter ; Chaceporc, Peter ; Eboraco, William de; Maunsel, John ; Palude, Guy de la; Passelewe, Robert; Sancte Marie Ecclesia, Master William de.

, —, Alexander, treasurer of, 408.

, — See Swerford, Alexander de.

, sheriffs of, 107, 301, 432.

, Strand, Stone Cross of, common pleas of the county of Middlesex to be held at, 291.

, tallage, exemption of, from, 22.

, Temple, New, 2, 5, 116, 143, 188, 221, 222, 275, 277, 278, 281, 456, 497.

, —, new chapel at, 371.

, —, preceptor and treasurer, 457, 495.

, —, treasure in, 116.

, —, chest of treasure deposited there, 270.

, —, treasurer of, 500.

, —, — See Sigelingham, Robert de; Stockton, Hugh de.

, Tower of, 209, 259, 490.

, —, constable of. 15, 29, 53, 93, 161, 211, 212, 230, 249, 432, 466.

, —, — See Craucombe, Godfrey de ; Plessetis, John de; Vallibus, Peter de.

, —, —, receipts of the exchequer deposited in, 249.

, —, the Jewry and water of Thames, appurtenant to, 140.

, —, letters patent dated at, 210, 211.

, —, pleas held in, 442.

, —, 30th in. See Taxation.

, —, Welsh prisoners in, 424, 432.

, treasury in, 6, 40, 275, 278, 281.

, — See Temple above.

London, Adam de, 185.

, Alexander de, 369.

, brother Andrew de, 414.

, H. de, archbishop of Dublin, 490.

, Isaac son of Josceus de, 178.

, John de, presented to Auckland, 239.

, —, presented to St. Faith's without Winchester, 251.

, Laurence de, presented to Bexhill, 473.

, Marjery de, 396.

, Michael de, presented to Brinton, 190.

, Nicholas de, 250.

, Reginald de, 492.

, Richard de, canon of Bicknacre, 177.

, Robert de, presented to St. Michael, Ipswich, 21.

, Simon de, chaplain of St. Stephen's, Westminster, presented to the vicarage of Wootton St. Laurence, 230.

, —, parson of Auckland, 239.

, William de, prebendary of Norham, 207.

, —, presented to Cheam, 240.

, William de, the queen's chaplain, prebendary of Pontefract Castle, 258.

, William de, king's tranter, 32, 34.

Long, Lung, Aylard, 101.

, Henry, 302.

, Master John, 418.

, S., 322.

, Thierry, 302.

, Thomas, 60.

Longavilla, Gerard de, 133.

Longborough, Langeberg [co. Gloucester], church of, 469.

Longespe, Lungespeie, Lungeespe, Lungespe, Agnes, nun of Wherwell, abbess of Shaftesbury, 397.

, Ela, countess of Salisbury, 37.

, Nicholas, 335, 355, 378, 387, 389.

, Stephen, 352, 429, 491.

, William, 13, 58, 68, 100, 147, 281, 288, 311, 323, 325, 326, 331, 332, 333, 339, 341, 342, 343, 347, 349, 351, 354, 357, 358, 359, 364, 368, 369, 370, 371, 372, 390, 391, 395, 398, 424, 448, 464.

, —, captain in Périgord, 326.

, —, captain in Gascony, 342.

, —, sons of, 424.

Longo Campo, Henry de, 139, 181, 190.

, —, Hawise wife of, 214.

Longstock, Langestok [co. Southampton], 315.

, warren in, 372.

Lorgon. See Lesgor.

Lorraine, duke of. See Brabant and Lorraine.

[Lorti.] See Ortyaco.

Lothian, Loeneys [Scotland], justice of. See Olifard, Walter.

Lotis, lord of. See Loches; Merloco, Drogo de.

Lothingland, Luddinglond [co. Suffolk], 206, 210.

Louis VIII., king of France. See France.

Louis IX., king of France. See France.

Loutre, T. de, 162.

Louvain, Belgium. See Luveyn.

Lovet, Luvet, Bernard, 194.

, —, balister, 328.

Lowdham ? Ludeham [co. Nottingham], 392.

Luca, la. See Laluque.

Lucham. See Litcham.

Luches. See Loches.

Luck [Lucca], Guy de, 303.

. See Luk.

Lucy, Luscy, Geoffrey de, constable of the castle of Porchester, 207.

, Geoffrey de, the younger, 40.

, Master Geoffrey de, prebendary of Tottenhall, dean of St. Paul's, London, 268.

, Maud de, 3, 397.

[rectius Lacy], Maud de, daughter of John de Lacy, earl of Lincoln, 208.

, Walter de, 34.

, William de, 34.

, —, constable of the castle of Kenilworth, 143.

, —, sheriff of Leicester and Warwick, 143.

Luddinglond. See Lothingland.

Ludeham. See Lowdham.

Ludelawe, Master Robert de, 358, 413, 416, 438.

. See Ludlow.

Ludgershall, Lutegareshale [co. Wilts.], town and castle of, 120.

, good men of, 162.

, letters patent dated at, 137, 420, 421.

Ludham, Eustace de, 263.

Ludinglond. See Lothingland.

Ludinton, William de, 164.

Ludlow, Ludelowe [co. Salop], 56.

, castle of, 421.

, murage for, 35.

Luffenham [co. Rutland], 237.

, church of, 134.

Luffenham, North [co. Rutland], church of, 144.

Lugdon, prior and convent of, 54.

Lugwardine, Lugwurthin [co. Hereford], king's men of, exempted from the sheriff, 24.

, church of, 468, 495.

Luiton. See Luton.

Luk [Laluque, Landes], P. A. de, 403.

, G. A. de, 403.

, Reimottus or Raymond de, 429.

, Vital de, 403.

. See Laluque.

Lulworth, Lolleworth [co. Dorset], 41.

Lunatics, 238.

Lunday. See Lundy.

Lunde [Lound, co. Lincoln ?], William de la, 296, 342, 375.

Lundy, Lunday, island of [co. Devon], 107, 268, 426, 457.

, —, king's enemies on, 292.

. See also Marisco.

Lungespe. See Longespe.

Lup's, Ordo, 314.

Lupus, Robert, sheriff of Lincoln, 133, 196.

, —, Joan daughter of, 417.

Luscy. See Lucy.

Lutegareshale. See Ludgershall.

Luterel, Andrew, 295.

, Robert, archdeacon of Armagh, 198.

, —, chancellor of Ireland, 467, 468.

Lutereng, Luttereng, Claremunt, 471, 476.

Luton, Luiton, Luyton, Walter de, 296, 314, 315, 347, 349, 351, 358, 359, 370, 371, 374, 380, 381, 383, 384, 394, 395, 397, 398, 462.

Lutrarius, Simon, keeper of the king's stews, 2.

Luttlebury. See Littlebury.

Luvel, Master H., queen's cook, 479.

, Ralph, 391.

Luverez, William, 397.

Luvers, Geoffrey de, 38.

Luveyn, Giles de, 302.

, John de, 302.

Luyton. See Luton.

Lycchebrok. See Lechbrok.

Lycheffeld. See Lichfield.

Lydeneya, Randolf de, 57.

. See Lidney.

Lydford, Lydeford [co. Devon], castle of, 42.

, —, constable of. See Matthew, Herbert son of.

, St. Petrock's Church, 187.

Lymeric. See Limerick.

Lymeyll. See Limeuil.

Lyminton. See Limington.

Lymoges. See Limoges.

Lyncolnia. See Lincolnia.

Lynde, Roger de la, 136.

Lyneham, Linham [co. Oxford], 420.

Lynn, Len, Lenne [co. Norfolk], 100, 130, 366.

, fair of, 300.

, —, bailiffs of, 300.

, good men of, 124, 173.

, mayor and good men of, 158.

, tallage on, 158.

Lyon [Rhône], 388.

, Philip, bishop elect of, presented to Nafferton, 496.

, dean and chapter of, 388, 407.

, cloister of, house belonging to the church of Canterbury in, 388.

, Quincew, rent in, 388.

, Quincieux, de Quinciaco, town of, 407.

, council of A.D. 1245, 463.

Lyston, Godfrey de, keeper of the forest of Windsor, 482.

Lystre, Robert, 127.

Lythe ? La Lith [co. Salop], grange of, 257.

Lyziniaco. See Lezignan.

M

Macau, Macao [Gironde], 366, 393.

Machainh, Machaym. See Makayn.

Macheler, Bernard, 49.

Machun, William de, of Leoyre, 66.

Macun. See Mason.

Macy, Robert de, 466.

Madisle, 238.

Madoc, Maddok, Griffin son of, de Brumfeld, 268.

, son of Griffin, 430.

Maelienydd, Mellenith [co. Radnor], land of, 257.

Maggefeld, Hawisia de, 124.

Maghelin. See Malines.

Magle, Richard le, 425.

Maidenestan, Maydestan, Anselm de, 499.

, Osbert de, 361.

, —, presented to Eastchurch, 377.

, —, presented to Aldborough, 450.

, —, presented to Walsall, 454.

, —, prebendary of Bridgnorth, 478.

, Master Ralph de, dean of Hereford, 5.

, —, bishop of Hereford [1234 to 1239], 72, 89, 122, 154.

. See Maidstone.

Maidstone, Maidenestane [co. Kent], 12.

, church of, 260.

, convocation at, 463.

Maidwell, Maydenewell [co. Northampton], 127.

, Hugh parson of, 127.

Mailgun, Maylgun, 474.

, son of Mailgun, 242, 243, 254, 279, 486, 488, 493.

, —, steward of, 466.

Maillé, Vienne. See Mayly.

Maillezais, Malleacensis [Vendée], R, abbot of, 320, 321, 352.

Mainsent, Maysant, Meysant, Mainsan, Maynsan, Maynsent, Maysent, Arnald, citizen of Bordeaux, 113, 132, 324, 326, 347, 356, 358, 360, 363, 375, 390.

, Peter de, 362.

, Maynsani, Master Peter, canon of St. Severin, Bordeaux, 323.

Mair, Geoffrey le, of Hereford, 348.

Makayn, Machaym, Machayn, Machainh, Raymond, of Bordeaux, 114, 132, 327, 357, 367, 388, 389, 453, 471, 500.

Makehayt, Ralph, 357.

Mala Morte, Aymer de, 105, 436.

, —, presented to Finghall, 152.

Maldon, Meudon [co. Essex], St. Giles' hospital for lepers, 96.

Male Greffe, Hugh, 82.

Male Palne, Robert de, 160, 205.

Malebeste, Gerard, 344.

Malemeins, Malesmeins, Malesmeyns, Nicholas, 83, 178, 231, 240, 241.

Malesoures, William, 159.

Malet, Robert, 336, 369, 494.

Malgun. See Mailgun.

Malherbe, Martin, 477, 493.

, —, wife of, 493.

Malines, Maghelin [Brabant], 101.

Malines, Arnulf son of Ascelin' de, 302.

, Arnald son of William de, 302.

, Boidin de, 302.

, John de, 302.

, Oliver de, 101.

, Sebastian de, 302.

Malling South, Sumalling [co. Kent], dean of, 252.

, —, prebendaries of, 252.

Mallore, Malore, Anketil, 42, 462, 494.

Malmesbury [co. Wilts], letters patent dated at, 115, 255.

, abbot of, 162.

, Geoffrey, sacristan, afterwards abbot of, 475, 476, 477.

, prior and convent of, 475.

, lepers of, 115.

, St. Anthony, hospital of, 459.

Malo Burgno, Vital de, 405.

Malo Lacu, Henry de, 477.

, Peter de, 30, 196, 246, 271, 298, 398, 415, 416, 418.

, —, sheriff of Northampton, 133.

, —, —, Peter son and heir of, 196, 398.

, —, —, Hilary, eldest daughter of, 196.

, — —, Robert de, his brother, 398.

Malo Leone, Mauliun [Mauléon, DeuxSèvres], Eustachia de, 355.

, Ralph de, son and heir of Savary de, 40, 75.

, Savary de, 14, 23, 75, 306, 323.

, —, Amabilia wife of, 40.

Malo retto, de, 21.

Malore. See Mallore.

Malteby, Maunteby, Mauthebi, Mauteby, Matthew de, 295, 454.

, Robert de, 119, 304.

Malvern, Great [co. Worcester], priory, cell to Westminster, 282.

Mamesfeld. See Mansfield.

Man and the Isles, Olaf king of, 100, 112, 147, 178.

, H. king of, 469.

Manecestre, Master Thomas de, prebendary of Lichfield, 268.

Manosque,. Manuasca in Forcalquier [Basses Alpes], 243.

Mansel. See Maunsel.

Mansfield, Mamesfeld, co. Nottingham, 224.

, —, soke of, 224.

Manso de. See Mas d'Agenais.

Manuasca. See Manosque.

Mapeldurham, Robert de, appointed sheriff of Berks, 44.

Mar', John, 71.

Mara, 217.

Mara, Mare, Mer, Blaise de, 209, 223, 229.

, Henry de la, 357, 453, 468, 483,

, Matthew de la, 358, 362, 429.

, Payn de la, 422.

, Robert de, 296.

Maraham, 429.

Marc de Argent, Henry, 88.

Marcham, Mercham [co. Berks], 127.

Marchand, Felinus le. See Willelmi.

Marchand, Marchant, Marchaunt, Mercator, Robert le, 382.

, Vermil le, 109.

, William, 98.

Marche, la, and Angoulême, count of, See Leziniaco, Hugh de.

Marche la, money of, 311, 390.

Marche, Marchia, Aman' de la, 369.

, Aymer de, presented to Tisbury, 483.

See Leziniaco.

, Peter de la, 74, 157, 259.

,—, —, Odeburga, wife of, 259.

Marden, Mawurthin [co. Hereford], 110.

, king's men of, exempted from the sheriff, 24.

Mare. See Mara.

Mare la. See Delamere.

Maremande, Miremand, Marmanda, Myremaunde [Marmande, Lot et Garonne], Arnold de, 335, 338, 344, 471.

, Arnald de Bovill, of. See Bovis Villa.

Marensin, Marensyn [land near St. Girons de Marensin, Landes], good men of, 191, 327.

See Maroincom.

Mares, John de, 296.

, Robert de, 295.

Mareseye, Roger de, 198.

Margam, Morgan [co. Glamorgan], 72.

, abbot of, 302.

Margaret, daughter of Henry III, 252.

, sister of Alexander king of Scotland. See Burgo, Hubert de, Margaret wife of.

, the king's sister, daughter of the count of La Marche. See Leziniaco.

Marham [co.Norfolk], 271.

Mariscis, Marisco, Adam de, 426.

, —, Christina de. See Robert de.

, Geoffrey de, 69, 83, 107, 113, 380, 496.

, —, ransom of, 115.

, —, justiciary of Ireland, 381.

, Gilbert de, 140.

, John de, 427.

, John son of Geoffrey de, 72.

, Jordan de, 33, 75.

, Master R. de, 455.

, R. de, canon of Wells, 367.

, Reginald de, 300.

, Robert de, 253, 412, 427.

, —, Christiana daughter and heir of, 412.

, —, —, one of the heirs of Walter de Rideleford, 473.

, Robert de, brother of William de, 187.

, William de, son of Geoffrey de, 69, 83, 187, 197, 300, 302, 489, 491.

, —, Maud wife of, 490, 508.

, —, —, in prison, 381.

, —, Richard, chamberlain of, 300.

, — See also Lundy Isle.

, William de, son of Jordan de, 75, 107.

Marke, Raymond de la, 320.

Markedich, William de, 279.

, —, Juliana his wife, 279.

Markewald, chamberlain of O. cardinal deacon of St. Nicholas in Carcere Tulliano, 241.

Marlborough, Merleberg [co. Wilts], 503.

, bailiff of, 485.

, dean of, 493.

, farm of, 222.

, good men of, 162.

, letters patent dated at, 37, 63, 64, 69, 70, 71, 76, 115, 133, 137, 162, 171, 172, 214, 243, 253, 254, 255, 267, 420, 441, 446, 475, 484, 485, 493, 503, 504.

, St. John the Baptist, hospital of, brethren and sisters of, 20.

, St. Peter, church of, 493.

, St. Thomas, brethren and infirm of, 485.

, town and castle of, 120.

Marlow, Little, Marlawe [co. Buckingham], nuns of, 280.

Marmande, Mirmund, Arnald de Bovill of. See Bovis Villa.

See Maremande.

Marmiun, Robert, 68.

Marmoutier [Indre et Loire], St. Martin's, abbot of, 179.

, cells of, in England. See Allerton Mauleverer; Newport Pagnel; York, Holy Trinity.

, abbey of, 367.

Marodin [Landes], good men of, 191.

Maroincon [Marensin, Landes?], Robert de, 45.

Marpaud, John, 478.

Marque, letters of, 362, 363.

Marques, John, 403.

Marriage, 200.

Marseille [Bouches du Rhóne], 308, 380.

Marshal, Anselm, earl of Pembroke, 45, 48, 468, 470.

, Gilbert, earl of Pembroke [1234 to 1241], 45, 46, 48, 52, 53, 56, 57, 65, 70, 71, 84, 87, 88, 89, 93, 96, 108, 125, 126, 135, 153, 160, 208, 228, 254, 266, 342.

, —, Margery wife of, daughter of William, king of Scotland, countess of Pembroke, 282.

, John marshal of Ireland, 169.

, John son of John, marshal of Ireland, son of the above, 169.

, —, William brother of John, son of John, marshal of Ireland, 169.

, John le, 206, 304, 318.

, —, Margaret his wife, sister of Thomas de Novo Burgo, early of Warwick, 304, 318, 352.

, Reginald, 454.

, Richard, earl of Pembroke [1231 to 1234], 3, 4, 6, 19, 22, 24, 26, 29, 34, 35, 38, 40, 41, 45, 46, 52, 53, 56, 59, 65, 68, 69, 70–75, 82, 87, 88, 126.

, —, will of, 65.

, —, castles and lands of, 45.

, —, executors of, 56.

, Richard, king's serjeant. See Henry III; Richard, king's marshal.

, Richard, the. See Richard, king's marshal.

, Richard, the greater, 313.

, Roger, 35.

, Vincent, of Glatton, 376.

, Walter, earl of Pembroke [1241 to 1245], 43, 45, 48, 52, 60, 71, 126, 261, 266, 289, 296, 297, 313, 415, 416, 449, 453, 456, 468, 469, 470, 473, 484.

, —, right due by livery of ships on king's transportation, 289.

, William le, the elder, earl of Pembroke, rector regni et regis [1176 to 1219], 168.

, William, the younger, earl of Pembroke [1219 to 1231], 12, 112, 190, 266, 415, 485, 493, 500, 506.

, —, Eleanor his wife, the king's sister, countess of Pembroke, afterwards wife of Simon de Montfort, 2, 12, 46, 56, 65, 125, 161, 166, 208, 209, 214, 266, 415, 416.

Marsham [co. Norfolk], church of, 211, 218.

Marske? near Richmond ? Meresye [co. York], church of, 420.

Marston in Wolston, Merston, co. Warwick, 198.

Martel, Geoffrey, lord of Mornac, 453.

Martin, Adam son of, 14.

, John, of Portugal, 360.

Martini, Bernard, 405.

Marwell [near Bishops Waltham, co. Southampton], letters patent dated at, 105, 126, 133, 147, 148, 149, 164, 229, 230, 284, 285, 286.

Mas d' Agenais, de Manso [Lot et Garonne], Raymond Bern', prior of, 195.

, R. A., prior of, 202.

Masanges. See Messanges.

Mascham, William de, 252.

Maskelin, Henry de, 45.

Mascler, Stephen, 456.

Mason, Macun, Cementarius, Anselm le; 302.

, Robert le, of Montgomery, 25.

, Thomas le, 160, 205.

Masse, William son of Richard, 391.

Massy, Hamo de, 456.

Mastac, Bozo de, count of Bigorre, 75, 81, 319, 322, 332, 334, 348, 353, 354, 363, 366, 375, 390, 434, 459.

, —, his fee from the King of France, 459.

, —, Petronilla, countess of, 334.

, —, countess of, his wife, 363.

, Fulk de, lord of Mornac [Charente-Inférieure], 402.

, William de, 114, 182.

Mastac. See Matha.

Mastman, William, 101.

Matha, Mastac [Charente-Inférieure], land of, 308.

Matthew, Herbert son of, 42, 60, 90, 187, 208, 296, 306, 322, 326, 336, 340, 346, 349, 351, 353, 358, 371, 372, 379, 380, 383, 462.

, —, constable of the castle of Lydford and of the forest of Dartmoor, 42.

, —, constable of the garrison of St. Emilion, 340.

, —, seneschal of Gascomy, 379.

, Henry son of, 84.

, John son of, 466.

Matw, Arnald, 286.

Mauclerk, Walter bishop of Carlisle, the treasurer, 6, 7, 8, 10, 30, 47, 49, 55, 60, 65, 71, 80, 81, 83, 88, 95, 96, 102, 112, 113, 121, 126, 132, 136, 182, 197, 219, 229, 236, 284, 290, 298, 316, 329, 331, 332, 333, 335, 336, 344, 351, 354, 355, 356, 357, 358, 360, 363, 364, 373, 374, 376, 377, 379, 380, 382, 383, 384, 387, 388, 389, 390, 391, 392, 394, 397, 398, 404, 414, 432, 437, 446, 448, 456.

, —, constable of the castle of Carlisle, 136.

Maud, the king's sister, abbess of Barking, 506, 507.

Maud, Joceus son of, 200.

Mauduit, Mauduyt, Richard, 68, 119, 234.

, William, the chamberlain, 355.

, William, 60.

, —, William his son, 60.

Maufe, Oliver, 33.

, Walram, 124.

Mauliun. See Malo Leone.

Maundevill, Geoffrey de, 294.

Maunsel, Mansel, Maunocel, John or John le, 75, 82, 93, 97, 101, 192, 219, 220, 221, 222, 238, 248, 252, 253, 257, 260, 268, 280, 281, 286, 294, 314, 329, 345, 346, 347, 348, 349, 350, 354, 355, 359, 360, 361, 365, 377, 383, 384, 385, 386, 390, 391, 393, 394, 395, 397, 399, 401, 405, 407, 412, 413, 418, 422, 424, 425, 426, 434, 437, 442, 455, 456, 458, 461, 463, 476, 480, 484, 486, 495, 500, 503, 505, 508, 509.

, —, clerk of the Exchequer, 82.

, —, presented to Bawburgh, 93, 97.

, —, presented to Haughley, 248.

, —, prebendary of South Malling, 252.

, —, presented to Maidstone, 260.

, —, prebendary of St. Paul's, London, 268.

, —, prebendary of Tottenhall, 268.

, —, keeper of Gascony, 345.

, —, appointed seneschal of Gascony, 361.

, —, warden of Oleron and Ré, 345.

, —, chancellor of St. Paul's, London, 377, 476.

, —, prebendary of Chichester, 422.

, —, dean of Wimborne, 495.

, —, sister of, 220, 222, 329.

, —, keeper of the seal, 508.

, Master John the younger, presented to Lugwardine, 468, 495.

, Thomas, 288, 483.

, —, steward of the forest, 446.

Maupudre, Richard de, prebendary of Chichester, 475.

Maurice, Gerald son of, 323, 353, 387, 395.

Mauritannia, Moretony, Moretainia [Mortagne sur Gironde, Charente-Inférieure], Benedict de, 402.

, Geoffrey de, 75, 213, 346, 362, 402.

, —, See Mortagne.

Maus, Michael de, 403.

Mauteby. See Malteby.

Mauthebi, Mauuteby. See Malteby.

Mauveisin, Mauveysin, Adam, 295, 297.

, Henry, 242.

Maverned, Peter de, 403.

—. Sancho, A. de, 403.

Maworthin, Mawurthin. See Marden

Maydenewell. See Maidwell.

Maydestan. See Maidenestan.

Maydre. See Meaudre.

Mayllonach. See Meelnagh.

Mayly, Mayll, Maylly [Maillé, Vienne], Berenger de, 342.

, Hardoyn de, the king of France's seneschal of Poitou, 135, 402, 404.

Maynard, William, 318, 343.

Mayner, Friar Preacher, son of Hugh de Bodekesham, 149.

Maynsan. See Mainsent.

Mayor, election of, 8.

Mayrak [Méracq, Basses Pyrenees], Guibert de, 335.

Mayre, Giles le, 302.

Maysent. See Mainsent.

Meath, Myde, Ireland, 460.

, bishop of, 46, 263.

, Drogheda in. See Drogheda.

, 'Walter de Lacy's lands in, 429.

, steward of. See Godarvill, Walter de.

Meaudre, Maydre, Reginald de, 167.

, —, Isolda his wife, 167.

, Robert son of, 209.

Medbourne, Medburn [co. Leicester], church of, 173, 177, 222.

Medicus. See Leche.

Meelick, Miloc, Meeloc, Meylac [co. Mayo], 353.

, castle of, 16, 17, 40, 467.

, —, constable of. See Croc, William.

Meelnagh ? Mayllonach [co. Wexford], castle of, 467.

, —, constable of. See Buse, Adam.

Meeloc. See Meelick.

Megre, Robert le, 483.

Meinget, Stephen, 97.

Meisin, Arnulf, 431.

Melak [Mellac, Gironde], Thomas de, 387.

See Mellac.

Melosham. See Melksham.

Meleburn. See Milbourne; Milborne.

Melford [co. Suffolk], letters patent dated at, 222.

Melkesham, Joan de, 181.

Melkesle, Richard, 383.

Melksham, Melcham [co. Wilts], foreign hundred of, 241.

, forest of, 234, 287.

Mellac, Melak entre Deux Mers [Gironde], good men of, 361.

Mellenith. See Maelienydd.

Mellifont, de Melli Fonte [co. Louth], St. Mary's, abbot of, 130.

, abbot and convent of, 190.

Melrose [co. Roxburgh], abbot and convent of, 143.

Menediz, Menendis, Martin, 359, 360.

Menendis. See Menedis.

Menestok. See Meon-Stoke.

Mendl. See Mesnyl.

Mensura, Costall de, 403.

Menta, P. A. de, 403.

Mentadur, Bernard de, archdeacon of Limoges, 412.

See Ventadur.

Mentemore. See Mentmore.

Mentmore, Mentemore [co. Buckingham], 118.

Menuet, John, 377.

Meon-Stoke, Munekestok, Menestok [co. Southampton], 13.

, church of, 225.

Mepeham, William son of Reginald de, 480.

Mer. See Mare.

Méracq. See Mayrak.

Meran, William de, 403.

Merc, Walter de, the king's falconer, 106.

Mercade, P., 404.

Mercato, Rostand de, citizen of Bordeaux, 350, 355, 366.

Mercator. See Marchant.

Mercer, P. le, 166.

Mercham. See Marcham.

Merchants, safe conduct for all, 148.

Merchants strangers, murage on, 22.

Mercinton, William de, 40.

Mere [co. Wilts], 142.

Mere, Claricia de, 396.

Mereduc ap Res, Apres, or son of Res, 289, 431, 447, 465, 474, 479, 496.

son of Athaf (i.e. Adaf), son of, 267–268.

son of Hoel, 244.

, —, Cadwadlam his brother, 244.

son of Mailgun, 244, 260, 398.

son of Owen, 242, 243, 279, 465, 470, 487, 493.

, —, Ellen his Wife, 487.

, Abricard, 461.

son of Res. See ap Res, above.

son of Res son of Res the younger, 470.

son of Yerforth, son of, 267.

Llewelin son of. See Llewelin.

Yervorth son of. See Yervprth.

Meresye. See Marske.

Mereton, Simon de, 282.

Merivale, Myrival [co. Warwick], abbot and convent of, 208.

Merle, William de la, 296.

Merleberg, Thomas de, chaplain, presented to St. Peter's, Marlborough, 493.

See Marlborough.

Merlloco, Drogo de, Lord de Lotis [Loches, Indre et Loire ?], 476.

Merloue, Guy de, 147.

Merly [Marly le Roi, Seine et Oise], Matthew de, 371.

Merseham. See Mersham.

Mersham, Merseham [co. Kent], church of, 289.

Merston, Matthew de, 443.

Merston. See Morston.

See Marston in Wolston.

Merton [co. Surrey], letters patent dated at, 14, 134, 163, 179, 468, 469, 477, 500, 510.

[co. Devon], church of, 482.

, —, Henry de, 482.

Mesnagium regis, 355.

Mesnyl, Menil, Ralph de, 99.

, Thomas de, 433.

Messager, Reginald le, porter of the great gate of the priory of Holy Trinity, Canterbury, 239.

, Robert le, 377.

Messanges, Masanges [Landes], good men of, 327.

Messenden. See Missenden.

Metayage, 33, 34, 41.

Meudon. See Maldon.

Meuling, Thomas son of John de, 110.

Meylac. See Meelick.

Meysant. See Mainsent.

Miccleham [Mickleham, co. Surrey], Robert de, 482.

Michelneye. See Muchelney.

Middelton, Peter de, 25.

, Thurstan de, 329.

See Milton Abbas.

Middle, Mudele [co. Salop], truce with Wales at, 59.

Middlesex, common pleas of, to be held at the Stone Cross of the Strand, 291.

, Master John de Norhampton, prebendary of Willesden, archdeacon of, 378.

Mignot, Robert le, 453.

Milborne, Meleburn [co. Dorset], 14.

Milbourne, Meleburn [co. Westmoreland], 60.

Milcote, Mulecote [co. Warwick], 451.

, Little [co. Warwick], 451.

Milers. See Millers.

Miles, Andrew, 247.

Milevill, Hugh de, 44.

Military summons, 22.

Military service, respite of fine for, 328.

Mill, water, 25.

, wind, 25.

Miller. See Molendinarius.

Millers, Milers, Master Humphrey de, 224, 250, 252, 253.

, William de, 27.

Miloc. See Meelick.

Milton, Middelton [co. Cambridge ?], 450.

Milton ? Muleton [co. Kent], church of, 19.

Milton, Middelton [co. Kent], 480.

Milton Abbas, Middleton [co. Dorset], letters patent dated at, 151.

Minae, 90.

Minfant, Mynfaunt, John, of Depe, 63.

, Laurence, 63.

Mint, 127, 503, 505, 508, 511.

Mirambeau, Mirebel, Myrebel [Charente-Inférieure], 350.

, castle of, 313.

Mire, Myre, John le, Maud the wife of, 420.

Mirebel, Mirebell [Mirambeau, Charente-Inférieure], Poncius de, 192, 313, 350, 402.

Mirebel. See Mirambeau.

Miremand, Mirmund. See Maremande.

Missenden, Messenden [co. Buckingham], abbot of, 36.

, chantry in, 36.

, letters patent dated at, 224, 488.

Mitford [co. Northumberland], castle of, 299, 483.

Mobray. See Moubray.

Modingeham. See Mottingham.

Mohaud. See Mold; Monte Alto.

Moine, Moyne, Moyine, Richard le, 306, 470.

, Robert le, 510.

, William le, 283, 395.

Moissun, William, 229.

Mokke, Mossey, Jew of Norwich. See Jews.

Mold, Muthaut, Mohaud, Mohaut [co. Flint], castle of, 269, 426, 442.

, castle of, constable of. See Monte Alto, Roger de.

, court of, 292.

, land of, 264.

, manor of, 426.

Molendinarius, Miller, Alexander, of Sloutre, 87.

, Geoffrey the, 225.

, Ralph son of Nigel the, 64.

, Reginald son of William the, 72.

, Richard le, 237.

Molendinis, John de, 454.

, Nicholas de, 302.

Molendino, Geoffrey son of Jordan de, 478.

Molesby, Molseby [co. York], nuns of, 158.

Moleton. See Muleton.

Moli, William de, 317.

, —, Gilbert his brother, 317.

Molina, Molinensis [Spain], archdeacon of, 390.

Molis, Nicholas de, 25, 41, 50, 52, 55, 89, 121, 143, 164, 254, 268, 301, 304, 317, 325, 331, 347, 349, 353, 380, 381, 382, 383, 386, 387, 391, 396, 405, 408, 413, 417, 418, 419, 422, 423, 424, 431, 434, 436, 445, 453, 457, 459, 460, 465, 468, 470, 474, 476, 479, 486.

, —, appointed sheriff of Devon, 50.

, —, warden of the Channel Islands, 55.

, —, constable of the castle of Exeter, 143.

, —, appointed seneschal of Gascony, 380.

, —, constable of the castles of Cardigan and Carmarthen, 459.

, —, absolved from the seneschalcy of Gascony, 457.

, —, constable of the castles of Pembroke, Haverford, Kilgarran and Tenby, 468.

, William de, 424.

Molseby. See Molesby.

Monasteriis, Robert de, 195, 216, 220.

Monasterio, E. de, 503.

Monasterio Villari. See Montivilliers.

Moneford. See Montford.

Moneketon [Monkton, co. Kent], Thomas de, 104.

Monekeston. See Monkton.

Monemuta, Monemue, Munemue, Munemuth, John de, 25, 52, 172, 235, 254, 265, 276, 277, 289, 369, 427, 431.

, —, chief bailiff, or warden, of the counties of Cardigan and Carmarthen and of South Wales, 276, 292.

, —, constable of the castles of Cardigan and Carmarthen, 459.

, —, constable of the castle of Dynavor, 489.

Money, new. See Mint.

Moneyer, Monctarius, Raymond le, 9.

Monkton, Monekeston [co. Kent], church of, 240.

Monnington ? Multon [co. Hereford], 230.

Mont St. Michel [Manche], abbot and convent of, 217, 359.

Montalu, Mundleu [Montalieu, Gironde], Arnald de. 339.

, Bernard de, 339.

Montaud, Raymond de, 402.

Montausier [Charente], See Monte Ausyer.

Montbéliard [Doubs]. See Munbiliard.

Monte Acuto, Muntagut. A. de, 338.

, A. W. de, 404.

, Advocatus son of William de, 241.

or Monte Coci, Advocatus son of William de, 240, 241.

, John de, Isabel, one of the heirs of, 469.

, —, Margery the other heir, wife of William de Echingham, 469.

, Katherine de, 455.

, —, wife of Michael son of Nicholas, 271.

, Nicholas de, presented to Gillecum, 508.

, William de, 38, 41.

, —, Isabel daughter of, 499, 503.

Monte Alto, Mohaut, Muhaud, Muthaud, John de, steward of Chester, 246.

, Peter de, 392.

, Roger de, 292, 456, 466.

, —, steward of Chester, 264, 408, 426, 449.

, —, constable of the castle of Mold, 288.

Monte Ausyer, Montoser [Montausier, Charente], Arnald de, 329.

, Drew de, 402.

Monte Caniso, Muntchenese, Muntchanese, Munchanesy. Hubert de, 39.

, Warin de, 296.

, William de, 454.

Monte Coci, Advocatus son of William de, 240.

See Monte Acuto.

Monto Forti, Muntefort, Munford, Alexander de, 295.

, Amaury de, constable of France, 119.

, Peter de, 140, 234, 366.

, Simon de, 3, 45, 105, 155, 175, 176, 177, 185, 214, 231.

, —, earl of Leicester, 314, 415, 416, 419, 432, 433, 434, 449, 453, 456.

, —, constable of the castle of Kenilworth, 419.

, —, his marriage with the king's sister, 209.

, —, Eleanor, the king's sister, countess of Pembroke, his wife, 209, 231, 415, 416, 433, 449, 453, 456, 485.

Monte Gwydonis de. See Montguyon.

Monte Gwion, Montguyon, Mundgwiun [Montguyon, CharenteInférieure], Sicard de, 323, 401, 472.

Monte Martini, Jordan de, 83.

Monte Morelli, Munt morel or Muntrevel, Alesius de, 340.

Monte Olive, Benedict de, 472.

Monte Pensato [Montpezat, Tarn et Garonne], Arnald de, 338.

Monte Pesaz, Peter de, 472.

[Monte Pessulano.] See Muntpedler.

Monteprunlant [Monprimplant Gironde ?], Gerald de, 405.

Monte Sancti Leodegarii, Reginald de, 507.

Montford, Moneford [co. Salop], 252.

Montgomery, Muntgomery, Mungomery [co. Montgomery], 25, 212.

, castle of, 25, 48.

, —, constable of, 18, 184.

, —, — See Boles William de ; Lestrange, John.

, —, windmill without, 25.

, ford below, 235.

, foreign hundred belonging to the town of, 20.

, good men of, 456.

, letters patent dated at, 25.

, men of, to be drawn to the king's service, 37.

, Parts of, 466.

Montguyon, de Monte Gwydonis [Charente-Inférieure], Richard, lord of, 363.

See Monte Gwion.

Montibus, Master Peter de, physician of Peter de Sabaudia, 384.

, Reymbald de, 510.

, Robert de, 300.

Montivilliers, de Monasterio Villari [Seine-Inférieure], Margaret abbess of, 333.

Montjoux. See St. Bernard.

Montoser. See Monte Ausyer.

Montpezat. See Monte Pensato.

Montravel, Munrevel [Dordogne], castle of, 371.

See Muntrevel.

Mora, More, Payn de la, 56.

, Ralph de, 117.

Morard, John de, 99.

Moray, Mureyve [Scotland], bishop of, 177.

Morden, Mordon, Mordun [co. Cambridge], 174, 177, 208.

More. See Mora.

Morelensis. See Morlaas.

Mo re ton, Eustace de, 64.

See Morton.

Moretony. See Mauritannia.

Morgan. See Margam.

Morin, Ralph, 164.

Morlaas, Morelensis [Basses Pyrenees], 375.

, Money of, 322.

See Murlan'.

Mornac, Morniaco [Charente-Inférieure], lord of. See Mastac, Fulk de; Murnac.

Morpath, William son of Robert de 459.

Morston, Meraton [co. Norfolk], church of, 176.

Mortagne sur Gironde [CharenteInférieure], 350. See Mauritania.

Mortain, de Moritonio [Manche], prior of, 367.

Mortlake .[co. Surrey], letters patent dated at, 145, 220, 300, 302, 304.

Mortmain, alienations in, 36.

Morton, Herbert de, 19.

[Morton, co. Nottingham], Hugh son of Geoffrey de, 382.

See Moreton.

Mortuo Mari, Hugh de, Annora wife of, daughter of William de Brausa, 80.

, Master Hugh de, official of the archbishop of Canterbury, 414, 432, 447, 449, 475, 478, 493.

—. Ralph de, 184, 235, 257, 260, 270.

Moses, Mossey Mokke, Jew of Norwich. See Jews.

Mossewell or Messewell [Mussels, co. Essex], 8.

Mote, Gaillard de la [lord of Roquetaillade, Gironde], 319, 471.

, Gerald de la, 137.

, Roger de la, 392.

Mottingham, Modingeham [co. Kent], 424.

Moubray. See Mubray.

Moulind' Arcs, de Arcubus [near Talence, Charente-Inférieure], 341.

See Bordeaux.

Mountain, Old Man of the. See Mussa.

Moustier-Ventadour [Corrèze]. See Ventadur.

Moyarta Barony. See Corcombasc [co. Clare].

Moyne. See Moine.

Moyun, Reginald de, 464.

, —, chief justice of the forest south of Trent, 279, 287.

, —, William de, 464.

Mubray, Mobray, Moubray, Maud de, late the wife of Nigel de, niece of Hubert de Burgo, 10.

, Nigel de, 26, 39.

, Roger de, 216, 287.

, William de, 216.

Mucegros, Muscegros, Richard de, 226, 363, 461, 462.

, Robert de, 102, 103, 120, 226, 231, 296, 369, 370, 371, 373, 384, 394, 395, 398, 478, 480, 505.

, R. de, 354, 359, 364.

, Walter de, 230.

, Walter son of Miles de, 230.

, —, William his brother, 230.

Muchelney, Michelnye [co. Somerset], sub-prior and convent of, 105.

, R., abbot of, 105.

, Walter, prior of, 105.

, Walter, precentor of, 105.

, Augustine, monk of, 105.

, Richard, sacristan, afterwards abbot of, 105, 109.

, prior and convent of, 198.

, abbot of, 199.

Mudele. See Middle.

Muhaud. See Monte Alto.

Mulecote. See Milcote.

Mulet, Brittany, port of, 99.

Muleton, Moleton, John de, parson of Muleton, 19.

See Milton.

, Lambert de, 182.

, Thomas de, 30, 59, 76, 77, 93, 116, 136, 193, 197, 199, 213, 215.

, —, sheriff of Cumberland, 8, 127.

, —, constable of the castle of Carlisle, 8.

Mulgrave, Mulegreve [co. York], castle of, 415.

Multon. See Monnington.

Munbiliard [Montbeliard, Doubs], Ameus de, 507.

, Richard de, 507.

Munceaus, Munceus, Adam de, 385.

, William de, 252, 267, 420, 422.

, —, constable of the castle of Lewes, 260.

Munchanese. See Monte Caniso.

Mundefeld, Laurence de, 124.

Munden [co. Hertford], 371.

Mundevill, Ranulf de, 463.

Mundgwiun. See Monte Gwion.

Mundleu [Montalieu, Charente-Inférieure]. See Montalu.

Muneder, Raymond, 375.

Mundlider. See Muntlider.

Munekestok. See Meon Stoke.

Munemue. See Monemuta.

Muneton, Richard de, 18.

Munfaucun, Ameus de, 507.

Munfichet, Munficheth, Richard de, 186, 187, 294, 298, 477.

, —, justice of the forset, 167.

, —, sheriff of Essex and Hertford, 286.

, —, constable of the castle of Hertford, 286, 458.

Munford. See Monte Forti.

Mungumery. See Montgomery, Muntgomery.

Munoirs [near Bordeaux], mill of, 341.

Muniot, John, 97.

Munrevell. See Muntrevel; Montravel.

Munster, Ireland, county of, 467.

Muntagut. See Monte. Acuto.

Muntchenese. See Monte. Caniso.

Muntefort. See Monteforti.

Muntenay, Ernulf de, 297, 454.

Munteses, Bertram, of Puyguilhem (de Podio Willelmi), 335.

Muntgomery, Mungumery, Fulk de, 52, 295, 389, 487.

, —, Annora niece of, 288.

, Peter de, 34, 127, 189.

, —, presented to Eynesford, 3.

, —, presented to Nutfield, 90.

, —, parson of Nettlestead, 121.

, —, presented to Beighton, 182.

Muntgomery. See Montgomery.

Muntlarin, Bernard de, 360.

Muntlider, Mundlider, Bernard de, 350, 402.

, —, Berard his son, 350.

Muntmorel. See. Monte Morelli.

Muntpedler, William de, 270.

Muntrevel, Munt Revel, Munrevel [Montravel, Dordogne], William de, 270, 333, 341, 342.

, —, constable of the castle of Puynormand, 342.

, Nizard de, knight, or Nizard, knight, 366, 371.

See Montravel.

Muntrevel, Al' de. See Monte Morelli, Alesius de.

Mura, A. den, 403.

Murage, grants of, 6, 19, 22, 23, 26, 31, 32, 35, 36, 42, 47, 55, 56, 64, 110, 114, 118, 149, 151, 155, 157, 178, 189, 195, 224, 225, 250, 255, 256, 375, 376, 430, 448.

Murdac, Muridac, Beatrice, 80.

, —, John her son, 80.

, —, Robert her younger son, 80.

, Simon, constable of the castle and county of Dublin, 467.

Murde, Simon, 327.

Murder-fine, 92.

Muresle. See Mursley.

Mureyve. See Moray.

Muridac. See Murdac.

Murlan' [Morlaas, Basses Pyr.], Cumpaynnet de, 349.

Murnac [Mornac, Charente-Infèrieure], Elias de, 212.

See Mornac.

Mursley, Muresle [co. Buckingham], fair, 351.

Musard, Ralph son of Robert, 60.

Muscegros. See Mucegros.

Mussa [Dair Mousa?, on Lebanon, Syria], Sheik or Old Man of, 226.

, Tach', envoy of, 226.

, Sadadin, envoy of, 227.

Mussels, co. Essex. See Mossewell.

Muster, Bernard, 98.

Mutha. See Mythe.

Muthaud. See Monte Alto.

Muthaut. See Mold.

Myde. See Meath.

Mynfaunt. See Minfant.

Myparty, Thomas, 46.

Myre. See Mire.

Myrebel. See Mirambeau.

Myremaunde. See Maremande.

Mythe, Mutha [near Tewkesbury, co. Gloucester], wood of, 6.

N

Nafferton [co. York or Northumberland], church of, 496.

Nafford, Henry de, 118.

, Robert de, constable of the castle of Brynllys, 25.

Nairun, Adam, 508.

Namium vetitum, pleas of, 324.

Namur, Lamucensis, count of. See Byzantium, B. heir of the empire of.

Nanetis, Nauntes [Nantes, LoireInférieure], Galo de, 7.

, Odo de, 86, 92.

Nanteuil [Deux Sévres]. See Nauntoyl.

Napsbury, Apse, co. Hertford, 162.

Narberth, Neyrberd [co. Pembroke], castle of, 470.

Narbonne, France, bishopric of, 203.

, duke of., See Toulouse.

Narthac, Narzac, William de, 170, 208.

Naso, Ivar, of Norway, 90.

Natalia, nun of St. Mary's, Winchester, 137.

Nauntoyl [Nanteuil, Deux Sèvres?], Philip de, 371.

Navarre, 367.

, king of. See Thibaut.

Navesby, Agatha de, abbess of St. Mary de Pré, Northampton, 99.

Navy, king's great galley of Dublin, 27.

, two galleys of Portsmouth, 27-8.

, galleys, 13, 337.

, galley, king's, 34.

, king's galleys, masters of, 310.

, —, keepers of the galleys at Bristol, 35.

, —, keeper of. See Wymund, Richard. See also Cinque Ports; Ships.

Neath, Neth [co. Glamorgan], abbot of, 69.

, abbot and convent of, 108.

Neatham, Netham [co. Southampton], 162.

Necherch. See Newchurch.

Neele, Master Nicholas de, presented to St. Julian's, St. Alban's, 111.

See Nesle.

Neketon, Henry de, 244, 262.

, —, escheator north of Trent, 258.

, —, constable of Norwich and Orford, 298.

, Master John de, 219.

, Master Ralph de, 167, 192, 307, 317, 332, 334.

, —, presented to Meon Stoke, 225.

, —, presented to Otford, 300.

, —, presented to Northfleet, 314, 333.

Nel. See Nesle.

Neleburd, W. A. de, 403.

Napalesie, W. A. de, 404.

Nerac [Nérac, Lot et Garonne] Bernard de, 61.

Neroche, Recchich [co. Somerset], forest of, 435.

Nesle ? Nel, Neele [Somme], 286.

, merchant of, 56.

Neth. See Neath.

Netham. See Neatham.

Netherestok [Netherstock, near Halstock, co. Dorset], Maurice de, 139.

Netherwent [co. Monmouth], 484.

Netlested. See Nettlestead.

Netley, Locus Sancti Edwardi, Letelye [co. Southampton], 333.

, abbot and convent of, 333.

, abbot of, 421.

, fabric of, 423.

Nettlestead, Netlested [co. Suffolk], 164.

, church of, 121, 131.

Neubrig by Ikeburgh. See Igborough.

Neubury. See Newbury.

Neucherch. See Newchurch.

Neuport, Thomas de, 336.

, Walter de, 174.

Neusum, Robert de, 76.

Neuton, Robert de, 133.

Neuton, co. Kent. See Newington.

Neuwerk. See Newark, Newerk.

Neve, Walter le, 1.

Nevill, Alan de, 156.

, Geoffrey de, 2.

, Herbert de, 107, 405.

, —, Margaret his wife, 405.

, Hugh de, 25.

, Isabel de, nun afterwards abbess of Romsey, 180, 182.

, John de, 62, 102, 297, 464, 483, 487.

, —, keeper of Hatfield park, 67.

, —, chief forester, justice of the forest of England, 121, 446.

, —, Hawise wife of, 487.

, Joslanus or Jolland, de, 78, 462, 489.

, Nicholas de, 42, 205.

, —, dean of Tettenhall, 1.

, —, archbishop of Bath, 135.

, —, prebendary of Chichester, 448, 449.

, Ralph de, bishop of Chichester, the chancellor, 3, 4, 10, 31, 46, 54, 65, 71, 102, 110, 111, 112, 116, 117, 118, 121, 126, 134, 150, 155, 166, 196, 217, 231, 232, 236, 290, 298, 301, 305, 397, 398, 404, 415, 437.

, —, appointed chancellor of Ireland, 46.

, —, —, deputy of there. See Turvill, Geoffrey de.

, —. postulated to be bishop of Winchester, 231, 232.

, —, surrenders the seal in 1238, 231.

, Richard de, 390.

, Roger de, 205.

, William de, 119.

New Forest [co. Southampton], verderers and foresters of, 119.

, Sloudon Heath in [co. Southampton], 309.

, Sloudon in, 368.

Newark, Neuwerk, Newerk [co. Nottingham], 79.

, castle of, 100.

[co. Surrey], prior of, 477.

Newbury, Neubury [co. Berks], St. Bartholomew's hospital, 38.

Newcastle Emlyn [co. Carmarthen], castle of, 6.

Newcastle-on-Tyne [co. Northumberland], 76, 148, 213, 425, 434, 502.

, castle of, 434.

, —, constable of. See Bolebec, Hugh de ; Gray, Richard de.

, king at, 432, 433.

, letters patent dated at, 433, 434.

Newcastle-underLyne, or Lyme [co. Stafford], 256, 258, 394.

, castle of, 61, 233.

, —, constable of. See Norwico, Simon de.

, castle and manor of, 493.

, good men of, 233.

, honor of, 61.

Newchurch, Necherche, Neucherch [co. Kent], rector of, 241.

, church of, 379.

Newcham. See Newenham.

Newenham, Neweham [co. Devon] abbot and convent of, 497.

Newere, Nywerk, Newerk, Newerch, Neuwerk, Thomas de, 192, 212, 224, 225, 427, 442.

, —, presented to Blickling, 204.

,—. presented to Leake, 210, 211.

, —, nephew of, 490.

, See Newark.

Neweton. See Buckland Newton.

Newington?, Neuton, co. Kent, 289.

Newington, Neweton [co. Kent], 322.

Newland, Newelaund [co. Gloucester], church of, 330.

Newport, de Novo Burgo [co. Monmouth], castle of, 6, 53.

, —, constable of. See Siward, Richard.

Newport Pagnell?, Neuport [co. Buckingham], 112, 117, 145.

, Neuport Paynell priory, cell to Marmoutier, 179.

Newstead in Sherwood, Novus Locus in Syrewud [co. Nottingham], St. Mary's, convent of, 250.

,—, Robert, canon, afterwards prior of, 85.

,—, canons of, 460.

, —, prior of, 235.

, —, prior and convent of, 500.

Newton, Neweton [co. Warwick?], 505, 507, 509.

Neyr, Philip le, 396.

See Niger.

Neyrberd. See Narberth.

Nicholas, the pope's nephew, parson of Eynesford, 21.

, hermit of Westminster, 429.

, Giles son of, merchant of Liége, 302.

, Hamo son of, de Winchelese, 296.

, Henry son of, 141, 148.

, —, sheriff of Dorset and Somerset, 15.

, —, appointed sheriff of Southampton, 50.

, —, constable of the forest and town of Gillingham, 51.

, James son of, 331.

, Michael son of, 55, 85.

, —, Katherine de Monte Acuto, his wife, late wife of Warin Basset, 85, 239, 271, 285.

, Ralph son of, the steward, 4, 8, 11, 29, 30, 31, 39, 50, 64, 65, 71, 94, 102, 112, 118, 121, 126, 135, 140, 143, 144, 296, 306, 359, 362, 363, 364, 372, 373, 374, 381, 383, 384, 393, 394, 395, 397, 402, 437, 455, 462, 463, 505, 509.

, —, appointed sheriff of Warwick and Leicester, 50.

, —, constable of the castle of Kenilworth, 143.

, —, constable of the castle of Nottingham and Horston, 144.

Nieul-le-Virouil, Charente-Inférieure.

See Nyoyl.

Nigel, Ralph son of, 64.

Niger, Roger, bishop of London [1229 to 1241], 173, 211, 421.

Niort, Nyors, Niorz [Deux-Sèvres], 366, 371.

See Norht.

Nizard, a knight, 371. And see Muntrevel, Nizard de.

Noaillan, Gironde. See Noylan.

Noers, Nours, Ralph de, 60.

, —. parson of Mersham, 289.

Noillan, Noylan, Noyllan [Noaillan, Gironde], Amanieu de, 319, 338, 363.

, Bertram de, 348, 352, 368.

Nolensis. See Genevensis.

Nordorsiensis, See Trondhjem.

Noreis, Norreis, Noreys, John son of Robert le, presented to Warley, 505.

, Robert le, 243, 477.

, William le, 312.

Norfolk, 438.

, archdeacon of. See Blumvill, Ralph de; Leoche, Thomas de; Steiland, Master Simon de.

, earl of. See Bygod, Roger le.

, eyre in, 76.

, justices in eyre in, 462.

, sheriff of, 35, 68, 81, 104, 119, 159, 196, 232, 234, 274, 304, 371, 395, 443.

, — See Briwes, Robert de; Ingaldesthorp, Thomas de; Hemmegrave, Thomas de; Passelewe, Hamo.

Norfolk, Norfole, Martin de, 452.

, Simon de, 397.

Norham [co. Northumberland], church of, prebend in, 207.

, castle of, 244.

, —, constable of. See Rumeseye, John de.

Norham, William de, prebendary of Norham, 207.

Norhamshire [co. Northumberland], free men of, 190.

Norhampton, Alexander de, 254.

, Geoffrey de, 137, 364.

, —, presented to Kinwarton, 396.

, —, presented to Buck. worth, 496.

, —, Henry de, 19.

, Roger de, Maud wife of, 504.

, Sampson de, Jew. See Jews.

, William de, the king's tranter, 33.

Norht [Niort ?], Ansel' de, 97.

, William de, 140.

Norman, Normaund, John le, 449.

, Olive la, 340.

, Master Simon le, 12, 33, 163, 232, 270.

, Simon le. See Steiland.

, William son of Richard the.

See Richard.

Normandy, 65, 81, 105, 106, 169, 254, 261, 328.

, islands of. See Channel Islands.

, merchant of, 276.

Normans, lands of, 20, 37, 131, 182, 346, 351, 354, 359, 364, 369, 370, 391, 408, 425, 474, 479.

, Philip de Carteret's lands in Normandy recovered for his daughters, 106.

Normanvill, Master Eustace de, 260.

Norragh. See Northach.

Norreis. See Noreis.

Nortfeld, Master William de, archdeacon of Uriel, 504.

Nortflete. See Northfleet.

Northach, Norragh, Geoffrey de, 87, 88, 507.

North Allerton, Alverton [co. York], 188.

, letters patent dated at, 158.

Northampton [co. Northampton], 33, 40, 98, 127, 173, 237, 249, 300, 511.

, archdeacon of, 15.

, burgesses of, 449, 451.

, constable of, 33.

, fair of, 239, 300.

, Belia, Jewess of. See Jews.

, letters patent dated at, 2, 40, 97, 98, 117, 127, 130, 138, 139, 194, 195, 506, 507.

, mayor and bailiffs of, 20, 407.

, men of, 249.

, St. Andrew's priory, prior of, 133, 173, 246.

, —, Thomas, prior of, 80.

, —, sub-prior of, 173.

, St. James' abbey, abbot of, 133.

, —, Walter, abbot of, 183.

, —, prior of, 183.

, —, Osbert, prior afterwards abbot of, 193, 272.

, —, Adam Grilli or Gylly, canon, afterwards abbot of, 184, 273, 275.

, —, prior and convent of, 190, 272.

, St. Leonard's hospital for lepers, 41.

, St. Mary de Pre, Cicely, abbess of, 299.

, —, Agatha de Navesby, abbess of, 299.

, tournament at, 17, 20, 67, 70.

Northampton, county of, 240.

, escheator in. See Goldinton, Peter de.

, forest of, 123.

, peace in, 195.

, sheriff of, 65, 78, 79, 83, 101, 241, 275, 301.

, —, See Bathonia, Henry de; Malo Lacu, Peter de.

Northbiry, William son of Robert de, 295.

Northfleet, Northflete [co. Kent], church of, 312, 314, 317, 333.

Northleia. See Leigh, North.

Northmarays. See Rye.

Northon. See Norton.

Northton, 364.

Northumberland, 434.

, burgesses, drenges, and theynes of, 502.

, kings demesnes in, 148, 156.

See Acra, William de.

, sheriff of, 45, 113, 300.

See Gray, Richard de.

Northwold. See Norwold.

Nortleche, Thomas de, clerk of the king's almonry, presented to the vicarage of Feckenham, 34.

, —, presented to Steepleton, 41.

Nortleya. See Leigh, North.

Norton, Northton, 364.

Norton, Northon [co. Durham], prebend in, 208, 217.

, vicarage of, 212.

, Northton, 364.

Norton, J. de, 403.

, R. de, 403.

, Roger de, 243.

Nortwyc. See Norwich.

Norway, 90, 100, 147, 178.

, S., duke of, 21.

, duke of, 109.

, king of, 147, 179, 226.

, victuals for, 259.

Norwich, Nortwyc [co. Norfolk], 76.

, archdeacon of, 181, 182.

, — See Ferentino, Master John de; Bluvill, Ralph de.

, bishop of. See Blundeville, Thomas de; Ralegh, William de, translated to Winchester; Suthfeld, Walter de.

, John [de Grey], bishop of, sometime justiciary of Ireland, 121.

, bishop of, election of, 167, 169, 174, 193, 199, 200, 223.

, — See Ralegh, Walter de.

, bishopric of, 157, 173, 176, 183, 204, 206, 218, 413, 429.

, —, official in, the abbot of Dereham, 179.

, —, tallage on, 158.

, castle of, 298.

, —, constable of. See Brus, Robert de; Hemmegrave, Thomas de; Ingaldesthorpe, Thomas de; Neketon, Henry de; Passelewe, Hamo.

, diocese of, 19, 21, 121, 181, 182, 189, 190.

, Holy Trinity, prior of, 39, 208.

, —, prior and convent of, 156, 193, 199, 200, 232, 409.

, —, monks of, 412.

, —, sacristan of. See Calna, Peter de.

, St. Mary Magdalene, hospital of, 450.

, Mossey, Mokke, Jew of. See Jews.

, letters patent dated at, 97, 124, 223, 299.

Norwico, Nortwyco, Isaac de, Jew. See Jews.

, Ralph de, 27, 30, 78, 128, 133, 163, 164, 180.

, Simon de, 183, 225, 233, 254, 274, 294, 336, 445, 459, 507, 511

, —, prebendary of Lichfield, 268, 272.

Norwold or Northwolde, Hugh de, bishop of Ely, 4, 21, 134, 144, 194, 200, 228, 404, 495.

, —, charter of liberties for, 21.

Notingham, Henry de, prebendary of Pontefract castle, 258.

, Sara de, 184.

, William de, presented to Sowerby, 197.

Notleffeld. See Nutfield.

Nottingham [co. Nottingham], 82, 133, 157, 196, 263, 432.

, bailiffs of, 118, 157.

castle of, 257.

, —, barbican of, 167.

, —, king's treasure in, 256.

, —, constable of the, 256.

, —, —, See Cantilupo, William de; Nicholas, Ralph son of; Ralph, Hugh son of.

, Friars Minors of, 118.

, gaol, 79, 124, 127.

, letters patent dated at, 117, 128, 156, 157, 195, 196, 197, 198, 202, 431, 432, 433, 435.

, ovens in, 259.

Nottingham, county of, honour of Peverel of. See Peverel.

, sheriff of, 3, 66, 127, 266, 284, 382, 500.

, —, See Ralph, Hugh son of.

, thirtieth in, 221.

Nours. See Noers.

Novel disseisin, pleas of, 120.

Novill, Novilla, Nicholas de, prebendary of Hereford, 73.

— Richard de, 458.

, —, king's proctor at Rome, 373, 375.

Novo Burgo, Roger de, 181.

, Thomas de, earl of Warwick [1229 to 1242], 76, 80, 303, 315, 318.

, —, Ela his widow, countess of Warwick [daughter of William Longespe], 505, 507, 509, 510.

, —, Margery his sister [countess of Warwick]. See Marshal, John le.

Novo Castro, Daniel de, 76.

See Castro Novo.

Novo Castro super Tynam, Master Isaac de, bishop of Connor, 430, 453.

Novo Mercato, Adam de, 78.

Novo Templo Londiniensi, Maurice de. 336.

Novus Burgus. See Newport.

Noylak, Stephen de, 504.

Noylan. See Noillan.

Numpar, Bogo, de Cavo Monte [uncle of Anaxancius de Caumont], 338.

Nussa, Thierry de, prior of the hospital of St. John of Jerusalem, 111, 126, 130, 194, 201, 209, 432.

Nutfield ? Notleffeld [co. Surrey], church of, 90.

Nuuchaump, Henry de, 430.

Nyors. See Niort.

Nyoyl, [Nieul-le-Virouil], CharenteInférieure], Peter de, 309.

Nywerk. See Newerk.

O

Oblata, 460.

Obricteby. See Hobrightby.

Obrun. See Ui Bruin.

Occasin. See Ogashin.

Oconcainor, Okonhoer, Fedlim or Fethelinyth, 412, 450.

Ocra, Master Walter de, envoy of F. emperor of Rome, 146, 415, 493.

, —, Albred his serjeant, 493.

Oddingeseles, Oddingesheles, William de, 295, 381, 397, 466.

Oddington, Ottington [co. Gloucester], letters patent dated at, 57, 118, 155.

Odesak. See Hodsock.

Odierna, the nurse, 98.

Odiham, Odyam, Odyham [co. Southampton], 142.

, castle of, 81, 142.

, —, constable of the. See Brond, Robert; Cigoniis, Engelard de.

, forest of, 142. See Windsor.

, letters patent dated at, 66, 67, 69.

, manor of, 81.

, manor, castle, park and forest of, 161, 166.

Odo, Edward son of, de Westmonasterio, alias Edward de Westmonasterio, 245, 252, 281, 285, 287, 332, 421, 430, 449, 453, 474, 478, 494, 499.

, John son of, 63.

Odyam, Odyham. See Odiham.

Oen. See Owen.

Offa's Dyke, Offedych, co. Salop, 18.

Offeham, Simon de, presented to Harrow, 316, 317.

, presented to Otford, 332, 333.

Offinton, Master John de, 55.

See Uffington.

Offord, William de, 198.

, —, Ralph his son, 198.

Ogashin, Occasin [co. Clare], half cantred of, 71.

Ogbourne St. George, Okeburn [co. Wilts], prior of, 69.

Ogeri, Peter, de Gurcan, 350, 402.

Oily, Roger de, 202.

Okeburn. See Ogbourne.

Okonagh. See Coonagh.

Okonhoer. See Oconcainor.

Oleron, Olerun, Ulerun, isle of, 28, 41, 47, 48, 75, 81, 84, 85, 111, 116, 119, 126, 144, 156, 170, 194, 195, 208, 215, 310, 312, 315, 338, 352, 368, 379, 395, 406, 408, 453, 498, 499.

, bailiffs of, 352, 380.

, bailiffs, good men and mariners of, 328.

, three barges from, contingent against France, 359.

, Brea in, 147.

, castle of, 9.

, castles of, 345, 486.

, farm of, 318.

, focage of, 359.

, adherents of France in, confiscated, 341.

, lands of King's enemies in, seized, 380.

, galleys of, 337.

, good men of, 47, 48.

, issues of, 327.

, Lachenal Doru, 147.

, Lachenal Davaille, 147.

, mariners of, 312.

, mayor of. See Hastinges, Gerard de; Rormaudi, William [rectius Rembaldi].

, mayor and Eudo, provost of, 352.

, mayor and commune of, 499.

, mayor and good men of, 318, 321, 329, 343, 359, 380.

, mayor and provost of, 323,335, 355, 387, 389.

, mayor, échevins and provost of, 367.

, jurats and commune of, 378.

, prévoté of, 59.

, provost of, 309, 311, 318, 321, 322, 327, 340, 341.

, —, Eudo, 352.

, Puletere or Politere, land in, 212, 322.

, Roll of, 316.

, St. George's, priory of, 136, 321.

, St. Peter's, prior and solacius of, 321, 352.

, salt-pit in, called la Baudecer, 309.

, ships from, 387.

, warden of. See Maunsel, John,

Oleron, Amyot de, 312.

, B. de, 404.

, Fulk Ricardi de. See Ricardi.

, G. A. de, 403.

Olerun. See Oloron.

Olifard, Walter, justice of Lothian, 177.

Oliver, Michael son of, 371.

Oliver. See Oliveri.

Oliveri, Olivers, Oliver, Jordan, 123, 124, 128, 298.

Oloron, Olorun [Basses Pyrénées], 46.

Ongar, Aungre [co. Essex], great park of, 429.

, Westwood without, 429.

Ost-Ecloo, Oyst [near Ghent, Flanders], R. provost of, 355, 356, 357.

, —, presented to Witney, 371.

Opus Parisiense, 5.

Opus grisii, 287.

Oreboc, Richard de, 86.

Oresk, Doresk [Orx, Landes], P., 403.

Oresmaux, Somme. See Ourdemens'.

Orewell. See Orwell.

Orfevre, Odo le, 281.

Orford, Oreford [co. Suffolk], St. Leonard's hospital for lepers, 96.

, castle of, constable of. See Briwes, Robert de; Ingaldesthorp, Thomas de; Hemmegrave, Thomas de; Neketon, Henry de; Passelewe, Hamo.

Orivall. See Rivallis.

Orlandi, Oylandi, Frederick, merchant of Siena, 272, 282, 471, 476.

Orléans [Loiret], students at, 331.

See Aurelianis.

Ornon, Gironde. See Bernardi.

Orreby, Agnes de, 482.

, Fulk de, 466.

, John de, 82.

Orta ? Durthe, Dorthe [Orthe, Landes], Reginald son of Artaud de, seneschal of B. countess of Provence, 384, 417.

Orthe, Orta, Abortencis [Landes], vicomte of, 339, 361.

Ortiay. See Ortyaco.

Ortigatemere [Gascony], land of. 37.

Ortoislano, Taillan, Gironde. See St. Hilaire du Taillan.

Ortyaco, Ortiay, Henry de, 24, 128.

Orwell, Orewell [co. Suffolk], 97.

, good men of. See Ipswich.

Orx. See Oresk.

Osays, Guischard de, prior of Lewes, 453.

Osbert, Roger son of, 159, 232, 234, 304.

, William son of, de Corston, 433.

Oseney [co. Oxford], 218, 219, 226, 227.

, abbot of, 19, 127, 201, 269.

, John, abbot of, 119.

, John (another), canon, afterwards abbot of, 119.

, prior and convent of, 119.

, John de Leche, abbot of, 121.

, canon of, 500.

, precentor of. See Watlington, Richard de.

Oseneye, Walter de, 127.

Osiriensis. See Ossory.

Osmund the clerk, 125.

, the clerk, of the diocese of Salisbury, 227.

Osmundeston. See Scole.

Osolveston. See Ouston.

Ospring, Hospring [co. Kent], St. Nicholas', hospital of, 249, 500.

, warden of. See Gracyen, W.

, church of, 274.

Ossory, Osiriensis, Ireland, William, bishop of. See Brakele, Walter de; Turvill, G. de.

, dean and chapter of, 418, 421.

, prebendary of. See Burgo, William de.

, prebends in, 197.

Ostensis, William, burgess of Pons, 325.

Osterfeld. See Austerfield, co. York.

Ostewic, Baldwin de, constable of Boulogne, 154.

Ostia and Velletri, Reginald, cardinal bishop of, 400.

Ostiensis, Peter, filius vicecomitis. See Visconti.

Ostricer, Richard le, of Kynsetan, 132, 169.

, the king's. See Henry III; Pycot, Thomas.

Oswaldebeck, near Beckingham, Oswardebec, co. Nottingham, 224.

Oswardebec. See Oswaldebek.

Oswestry, Album Monasterium, Blauncmuster, Blancmuster [co. Salop], 426.

, castle of, 26, 426; see Lacy, John de; Huse, Hubert.

See Album Monasterium.

Otford, Otteford [co. Kent], gaol of, 79, 124.

, church of, 300, 332, 333.

, letters patent dated at, 14, 417.

Otteleye, Thomas de, 30.

Otters, 2.

Ottinton. See Oddington.

Otto, legate. See Legate.

Ottobon, clerk of the legate, presented to St. Nicholas, Durham. 229.

See also Atte.

Ourdemens' [Oresmauz, Somme?], Peter de, 286.

Ouston, Osolveston [co. Leicester], Richard de Watlington, abbot of, 151.

, prior and convent of, 254.

R. prior of, 254.

, Peter de Leicestre, canon, afterwards abbot of, 256, 259.

. See Uveston.

Ovens, 157, 259.

Overstone, co. Northampton. See Uveston.

Owen, Oen, son of Griffin, 432, 446, 462, 465, 485, 498, 501.

, —, Llewelin his brother, 485; see Llewelin.

, son of Hoel, 244, 257, 260, 398.

, son of Mereduc, 243.

, son of Yavard (Jorworth), 243.

, Robert son of Robert, 152.

Owston, co. Lincoln. See Uveston.

Oxehaye, Richard de, 100, 102.

Oxendon [co. Nottingham?], church of, 101.

Oxendon, Great [co. Northampton], 127.

, William, parson of, 127.

Oxene. See Oxney.

Oxford [co. Oxford], 127, 201, 236, 246, 291.

, R., archdeacon of, 93, 183, 184, 226, 233.

, archdeacon of, 457.

, bailiffs of, 97.

, burning of, 139.

, castle of, constable of. See Amory, Robert de; Cigoniis, Engelard de; Crancumbe, Godfrey de; Tywe, John de; Tywe, Walter de.

, constable, mayor and bailiffa of, 219, 220.

, palace of Beaumont (curia regis) chapel in, 108.

, —, Robert chaplain of, 189.

, commonalty of the town of, 152.

, convocation at, 267.

, court of, 201.

, farm of, 379, 450.

, Fowke Hall, 'house of William de Vallibus,' 453.

, Friars Minors of, 447, 451, 494.

, —, houses at, 152.

, —, minister of, 442.

, Friars Preachers of, prior of, 442.

, Jews' houses in, 488.

, David the Jew of. See Jews.

, —, Licoricia wife of. See Jews.

, king at, 22, 215, 498.

, letters patent dated at, 19, 26, 42, 44, 137, 188, 193, 238, 246, 467, 483, 484, 500.

, mayor of, 218.

, mayor of. See Stocwell, Geoffrey de; Wych, Laurence.

, mayor and bailiffs of, 291, 447.

, mayor and good men of, 110, 139, 152, 189, 236, 301.

, mayor and reeves of, 217.

, mills of, 141, 145.

, murage for, 110, 152, 189.

, muster of military tenants at, 22.

, parliament at, 20.

, the 24 keepers of the peace in, 217.

, St. Budock's, St. Budhoc, church of, 93, 152, 268.

, —, —, north side of, cell of Alice, a recluse, 275.

, —, parish of, 447.

, St. Ebbe's parish, 447.

, St. Frideswide's abbey, 119.

, —, sub-prior of, 117.

, —, E., prior of, deposed, 117.

, —, Walter de Crokesby, abbot of, 118.

, —, William, sub-prior of, 119.

, —, Gilbert, sub-prior, afterwards prior of, 120.

, —, William de Gloucestre, cellarer of Dunstable, afterwards prior of, 135.

, —, prior of, 269, 452.

, St. John without the East Gate, hospital of, 38, 51, 183, 184, 189, 248.

, —, king's hospital building there, 51.

, —, Elias, chaplain of, 183.

, —, Robert, the king's chaplain on Oxford, or Robert the chaplain, warden of, 195, 266.

, —, Henry de Leukenore warden of, 280.

, —, burial ground for, 457.

, —, Roger, the sub-dean of, 457.

, —, William, the chaplain of, 457.

, St. Martin's parish, 453.

, St. Michael before the North Gate, parish of, 152.

, St. Peter's, with its chapels, 140.

, St. Peter le Bailey, parish of, 453.

, St. Peter towards the East, R., vicar of, 184.

, Thames at, king's island in the, 451.

, wall of, 447.

, Watergate of, 447.

Oxford, University of, 163.

, —, chancellor of, 226, 424.

, —, — See Bovill, S. de.

, —, jurisdiction of, 424.

, chancellor and university of students of, 442.

, university of the clergy of, 152.

, —, clerks of, 283.

, riotous clerks of, 218, 236.

, the learned in the law, dwelling at, 413.

, masters of houses (regentes) at, 218.

, —, in jure regentes, 438.

, —, in jure legentes, 438.

, tenant of a place in has the liberty of being a free guest of the hospital of St. John of Jerusalem in England, 152.

, students of. See Paris ; Orleans.

Oxford, earl of. See Ver, Hugh de.

, —, his third penny, 189.

, eyre in, 126, 502, 504.

, sheriff of, 16, 108, 140, 202, 218, 283, 291, 299, 301, 423, 447, 451, 488, 494; See Amary, Robert de; Brun, John le; Cigoniis, Engelard de; Tywe, Walter de.

Oxford and Stamford, forest between the bridges of, 472.

, forester of. See Passelewe, Robert.

Oxham, Robert de, constable of the castle of Sarum. See Hogesham.

Oxney, Oxne, Oxene [by Bawdsey, co. Suffolk?], church of, 157, 255.

Oxonia, brother Adam de, 414.

, David de, Jew. See Jews.

, John de, 244.

, Simon son of Robert de, 138.

Oye [Pas de Calais], 302.

Oye, Master John de, presented to Thornham, 179.

Oylandi. See Orlandi.

Oyllard, Robert, 54, 152.

Oyre, d', Doyre, J., 403.

See Duira.

Oyst. See Oost-Ecloo.

P

Pabeys, William Gumbaud de. See Gumbaud.

Pachet, William, 60.

Pacy, Laurence, 476.

Paduenza, 393.

Paelu (or Pelu), Vidal, citizen of Bordeaux, 355.

Pagani, Aymo, 416, 421.

, —, presented to Bishopston, 414.

, Hugh Magistri, 411, 416, 445, 455; see Payn.

Paington, Peynton [co. Devon], church of, 448.

Painscastle, Castrum Matildis [co. Radnor], castle of, 4, 5.

, —, constable of. See Warin, William son of.

Pak, John, 102.

Palestrina, Penetrino, James, cardinal bishop of, 400.

Palliola, 456.

Palude, Palu [la Palud, Savoie], Guy de 372, 407, 408, 436.

, —, keeper of the queen's wardrobe, 408.

, —, presented to Stortford, 355, 356.

, —, prebendary of St. Paul's, London, 371.

, —, presented to Saltwood, 377.

, —, presented to Lambeth and Newchurch, 379.

, —, parson of Lambeth, 385.

, —, presented to Geddington, 397.

, —, rector of Geddington, 489.

, —, prebendary of Chichester, 475.

Pamber, Pembere, Pembere [co. Southampton], forest of, 471, 475.

, —, steward of. See Farle, Henry de.

Pampeluna [Spain], 327.

Pampilona, Sancho de, 389.

Pan, Penne [near Newport, Isle of Wight], 338.

Pancefot, Richard, 164.

Paneter, Nicholas le, of Amiens, 332.

Parariis, William Bidal de. See Vitalis.

Pardons, fine for, 53.

Paris, 222.

, bishop of, 22, 45.

, Knights Templars of, Master Giles, treasurer of, 390.

, St. John of Jerusalem, house of the hospital of, in, 111, 126.

university, masters of, 438.

, —, schools of, 260.

, —, students at, 331.

Parker, John le, 337.

, Martin le, 465.

Parliament at Oxford, 20.

at Gloucester, 21, 24.

Parma, Parme [Italy], 303.

, Master Atte of. See Atte.

Parthenay, Partenay [Deux-Sèvres], 143.

, castle of, 307, 310, 316, 318.

, lord of. See Arceveske, William le.

Parvus, Nicholas, 71.

, Robert, 71.

See Petit.

Parys, William de, 449.

Pasohalis, Dominic, provost of Roncevaux, 349, 362, 449.

Passelewe, Passele, Hamo, constable of the castles of Norwich and Orford, 298.

, —, sheriff of Norfolk and Suffolk, and constable of the castle of Norwich, 286, 303.

, Robert, 7, 8, 11, 40, 44, 50, 53, 54, 78, 284, 285, 289, 298, 301, 316, 317, 354, 377, 397, 416, 418, 420, 421, 422, 423, 437, 451, 462, 472, 473, 474, 476, 481, 494, 508, 509.

, —, warden of the Jews of Winchester, 44.

, —, sheriff of Southampton, 284.

, —, prebendary of St. Paul's, London, 298, 377.

, —, archdeacon of Lewes, 421, 462, 473, 476.

, —, bishop of Chichester, 423.

, —, constable of the castle of Rockingham, 474.

, —, constable of the forest between the bridges of Oxford and Stamford, 474.

, —, prebendary of Salisbury, 494.

, —, Philip, son and heir of, 407.

, Simon, 288, 380, 419.

, William, 450.

, —, prebendary of Crantock, 450.

, —, constable of the castle of Southampton, 471.

, —, keeper of the New Forest, 471.

, —, presented to Marton, 482.

Pateshull, Patheshull, Hugh de, the treasurer, 10, 53, 61, 75, 107, 114, 116, 132, 146, 149, 182, 188, 199, 281.

, —, appointed treasurer of the Exchequer, London, 53.

, —, bishop of Coventry and Lichfield [1240 to 7 December, 1241], 246, 248, 256, 275, 324.

, —, Walter his brother, 132.

Patheshull. See Pateshull.

Patney [co. Wilts], church of, 266, 271.

Patrick [II], earl of Dunbar, 432, 447.

Paulin, Richard, 303.

Paulinus, Master, buyer of the king's kitchen, 192.

Paumer, Brice le, of Rye, 60.

, P., 403.

Paunton, Gilbert de, 427.

See Ponton, Great.

Pavely, Pavilly, Pavily, Eustaohia de, 351.

, Robert de, 52, 54, 96.

, Roger de, 226, 268, 351.

, Thomas de, 226, 296, 351.

, Walter de, 431.

Paxton, Robert de, 219, 236.

Payle, Thomas de, 302.

Payn, Roger son of, 210.

, —, Margaret wife of, 216.

See Pagani.

Paynel, Hugh, 100, 217.

, —, constable of the castle of Sauvey, 69.

, Ralph, 182, 275.

Pe de Argent, Walter, 166.

Peace, cost of keeping the, to fall on the men of the county, 292.

Peak [co. Derby], 367.

, castle of the. See Castleton.

, forest of the, 53.

, forester of. See Gubaud, John.

, manor of, 147.

See Castleton.

Peakirk, Peychirch [co. Northampton], 423.

Peasemarsh, Pisemershe [co. Sussex], prebend of Hastings, 509.

Peaumes, William de, 312.

Peccum. See Castleton; Peak.

Peche, Pecche, Amaury, 421.

, Bartholomew, 27, 44, 47, 60, 102, 151, 152, 230, 243, 251, 263, 273, 275, 277, 278, 307, 308, 309, 311, 369, 391, 395, 446, 455, 494, 495, 503.

, —, envoy to Rome, 151, 152.

, Emery, 382.

, Hugh, 454.

Peil de Kamail, Raymond, 85.

Peitevin. See Poitevin.

Peivre. See Peyvre.

Pelegrue [Gironde], castle of, 406.

Pelegrue, John de, 63.

Pelvis, a bason, 5.

Pembere. See Pamber.

Pembroke, Penbroc [co. Pembroke], castle of, 468, 470, 484, 506.

, —, constable of, 254.

, —, — See Molis, Nicholas de; Walerand, Robert.

Pembrokeshire, lands of the earl Marshal in, 479.

, earls of. See :
-, Marshal, William, 1176 to 1219.
-, —, William, 1219 to 1231.
-, —, Richard, 1231 to 1234.
-, —, Gilbert, 1234 to 1241.
-, —, Walter, 1241 to 1245.
-, —, Anselm, 1245.

, countess of. See Eleanor, the king's sister.

, Margery, countess of [relict of Gilbert Marshal]. See Marshal.

Penbere. See Pamber.

Peneriz. See Penkridge.

Penetrino. See Palestrina.

Penkridge, Peneriz [co. Stafford], St. Michael's church, canons of, 492.

Penmain, 251.

Penmon [Anglesey], canons of, 460.

Penn, La Penne [co. Stafford], church of, 299, 312.

Penne. See Pan.

Penne, Elias de la, 332.

Penrith, Penred, co. Cumberland, 199, 213, 219, 226, 294.

Penwortham, Penwurtham [co. Lancashire], prior of, 287.

Pepin, William, 257, 274, 284.

Perat', Reginald de, 310.

Percy, Geoffrey de, 366, 473.

, Henry, 509.

, Hillaria de, 180.

, Richard de, 124, 159, 434.

, —, Agnes de, alias Alice, wife of, 434.

, William de, 459, 496.

Peregort, Peregoz, Peregorz, Arnald de, 49, 175, 193.

, —, a heretic, 149.

, — See Périgord.

Peren, P. A. de, 403.

Perepoill, Hugh, constable of the castle of Rochefort, 38.

Perer, R. B. de, 403.

, W. A. de, 403.

Pereres, Adam de, 464.

Perers, William Vidou de. See Vitalis.

Peretot. William de, 22, 198, 202, 220, 221.

, —, presented to Wilden, 173.

Périgeux, Périgord, diocese of, 307.

Périgord, Peregoz, Peregort, land of, 326, 380, 395.

, captain in. See Longespe, William.

Periton, Ralph Basset of. See Basset.

Periton. See Petherton.

Periz, Pery, Domingus, de Portingal, 369.

, Ingus, 359, 360.

, John, 360.

, Stephen, 359, 360.

, — See Petri.

Perlethorp, Peverel Thorp [co. Nottingham], letters patent dated at, 157.

Perpund, Simon de, 267.

See Petraponte.

Pershore, Persore [co. Worcester], prior and convent of, 44.

, Gervase, abbot of, 44.

, Roger de Rudeby, abbot of, 44, 45.

, chamberlain of, 44.

, sacristan of, 44.

, abbot of, 459.

, letters patent dated at, 155.

Persor, Persouer, Master Gervase de, 473, 500.

Persore. See Pershore.

Pertenhale, Richard de, 482.

Pery. See Periz.

Pesquet, Vidal, 405.

Pestilhaco [Pestilhac, Lot et Garonne], Amalvinus de, 338.

Peter, infante of Portugal, brother of the king of Portugal, 318.

Peter Alfunz, son of the king of Portugal [Peter count of Urgel], 314, 383. See Alfonso.

, Master, the queen's physician.

See Leche.

, Hubert son of, 235.

, Joceus son of, citizen of London, 16.

, Peter son of, 501.

, Richard son of, 162.

, Richard son of, le Peitevin, 322.

, —, presented to Iwade, 300.

Peterborough [co. Northampton], abbey of, 78, 79, 511.

, Walter de Sancto Edmundo, sacristan, afterwards abbot of, 20.

, Walter abbot of, 241.

, abbot of, 123, 222, 324.

, William de Hoccot, abbot of, 470, 473.

, convent of, 19.

, prior and convent of, 469.

, —, Henry, precentor of, 469.

, letters patent dated at, 40, 160.

Petherton, Periton [co. Somerset], 21, 93.

Petit, John le, 320.

, Nicholas le, Ralph son and heir of, 320.

, Thomas le, 63.

, William le, 80.

, — See Parvus.

Petraponte, Thurstan de, 215.

See Perpund.

Petri, Raymond, 282.

, Reymer and his fellows, merchants of Siena, 285.

, Walter, 454.

, William, de Byrines, 99.

, —, de Beiries [Beyries, Landes], 404.

Pevensey, Pevenese [co. Sussex], barons of, 187.

, castle of, 58, 59.

, —, constable of. See Rivaliis, Peter de ; Sauvage, Robert le.

Peverel, honour of, 64, 192.

, of London, honour of, 177.

, of Nottingham, honour of, 149.

Peverel Thorp. See Perlethorp.

Peychirch. See Peakirk.

Peynforer, Fulk, 301.

, William, 79.

Peynton. See Paington.

Peytevin. See Poitevin.

Peyvre, Peivre, Peyver, Paulinus, 224, 225, 295, 302, 331, 341, 343, 347, 349, 351, 354, 358, 359, 364, 368, 369, 370, 371, 372, 373, 374, 380, 381, 383, 384, 392, 394, 395, 397, 398, 418, 435, 458, 476, 478, 489, 505, 509, 511.

, —, constable of the castle of Hertford, 458.

Phelim. See Fedhlim.

Philip, Hamo son of, 424.

, John son of, 60, 92, 102, 112, 120, 121, 179, 185, 197, 198, 208, 209, 213, 215, 225, 228, 236, 398, 423.

, —, keeper of the castles of Durham and Norham, 180.

, —, Leonius son of, 120.

, —, John son of, 423.

, —, Pernell his wife, 121.

, son of Byvor, 225.

Phisicus. See Leche.

Piacenza, Placentia [Italy], merchants of, 424.

Picalat', Gerard de, the Clerk of Genzano, presented to Marsham, 218.

Picard, Pykard, Pichard, Pycard Matthew, of Bordeaux, 322, 325, 334, 344, 354, 355, 362, 373.

, Roger, 164, 235.

Picat. See Pycot.

Picheford, Ralph de, 66.

, William de, 118, 138.

Pichepap, Pychepape, Henry, of Rye, 98, 309, 396.

, Robert, 343.

Pickering, Pikering, Pikeringh [co. York], 287.

, castle of, 15, 159, 286.

, —, constable of. See Alan, Brian son of, Crepping, Robert de; Geoffrey, John son of.

, forest of, 52.

Picosius, 34.

Pictaviensis. See Poitevin.

Pikeringh, Robert de, 287.

, —, See Pickering.

Pilardinton, Hugh de, 413.

Pilate, Pilat, Pylate, Pylet, Conrad, 302.

, Lambert, 246.

, Roger, 104.

, Walter, 133, 181.

Pilgrimage, 25, 45, 175.

See Canterbury, St. Thomas' shrine ; Holy Land ; Jerusalem ; Pontigny; Santiago.

Pilham, Pilleham [co. Lincoln], chapel of, 63.

Pillory, 81.

Pilsley ? Pylesleg [co. Derby], 464.

Pimperne, Pimpre [co. Dorset], court of, 69.

, church of, 210.

Pin, Humphrey, 110.

, Robert, 110.

Pincerna. See Butler.

Pinel, William, 424.

Pinibus, Bonettus de, presented to Stretton, 472.

, Peytevin de, 337.

, Raymund de, 347, 352.

, Donatus his brother, 347, 352.

, —, nephews of Arnald de Pinibus, bishop of Bazas, 347.

, Richard de, 310.

[Pis, Gironde,] William Reimundi de. See Reimundi.

See also Pinu; Piz.

Pinsola, G. A. de, 403.

See Bensola; Bignesola.

Pinu, Raymond de, 9.

, William de, archdeacon of Vézelay, presented to Strettondale, 190.

, William Reimundi de. See Reimundi.

See also Pinibus.

Pipard, Hugh, canon of St. Mary, Stafford, 420.

, William, of Bishampton, keeper of Feckenham, 58.

Piperun, Peter de, presented to the deanery of Burnham, cancelled, 159.

Pipewell, Pippwell [co. Northampton], abbot and convent of, 40.

Pirrow, Pyrehoe, Robert de, 295, 454.

Pis, Gironde. See Pinibus.

Pisemershe. See Peasemarsh.

Pistor. See Baker.

Pistore [Pistoja, Italy], Forez de, 303.

Pivana, Laurence de, 403.

, —, See Pyane.

Piz, G. A. deus, 403.

, — See Pinibus.

Plassac, Plessak [Charente-Inférieure], castle of, 313.

Playz. See Plessetis.

Plessak. See Plassac.

Plesseto, Plessetis, Playz, Amaury de. 336.

, Hugh de, 128, 267.

, John de, 36, 51, 90, 221, 228, 234, 240, 269, 297, 314, 315, 319, 322, 323, 331, 333, 337, 341, 342, 347, 349, 351, 352, 354, 359, 363, 364, 368, 369, 370, 371, 372, 373, 374, 393, 395, 398, 429.

, —, constable of the castle of Devizes, with the manor of Rowde, the manor of Devizes, and the forest of Chippenham, 51.

, —, constable of the manor and castle of Devizes 90.

, —, constable of the Tower of London, 429.

, —, earl of Warwick, 509.

, Matthias de, 34, 81.

, William de, 384.

, —, presented to Foston, 14.

, —, presented to Eynesford, 25.

, —, presented to Carrickfergus, 502.

Pleyford, Alan de, 489.

Plimtun, Geoffrey de, 15.

Plume, G. A. de le, 404.

Plumer, Elias le, 195.

Plympton, Plymton [co. Devon], prior of, 66.

, le Hulc of St. Mary, ship of, 66.

Podenzac, Povenzak [Podensac, Gironde], Bertram de, 338.

Podio, Arnald de, 194, 317, 318.

, Bartholomew de, 39, 100, 144, 156, 307, 322, 352.

, —, Bartholomew his son, 352.

, Bartholomew, son of Bartholomew de, 379.

, Matthew de, 317.

, Peter de, 345.

, — See Pudz; Poy.

Podio Normanni, de. See Puynormand.

Podio Willelmi. See Puyguilhem.

Poer, Poher, Pouere, Hugh le, 108, 212.

, —, sheriff of Warwick and Leicester, 141, 207.

, John le, 413, 486.

, Philip, canon of St. Mary, Stafford, 420.

, Richard le, bishop of Salisbury [1217 to 1228] ; bishop of Durham 1228 to 1237, 11, 12, 30, 45, 47, 54, 55, 60, 76, 86, 102, 112, 174, 175, 180, 181, 190, 197, 209, 218, 261.

, —, debts of, 190.

, Richard le, Petronilla wife of, 502.

, Robert le, 118.

, Roger le, 19, 108, 483.

, — See Pur.

Poiada, Arnald, 317.

Pointe la, Poynte la [near Cap-Breton, Landes], 392.

Poinz, Nicholas de, 295.

See Punctis.

Poitevin, Pictaviensis, Peytevin, Peytevyn, Peter le, 9, 250, 307, 504.

, —, Bartholomew son of, 250.

, Richard le, 307.

, Richard son of Peter le, 332.

, —, presented to Iwode, 300.

Poitiers [Vienne], 399.

, chevecier of. See Rivallis, Peter de.

, count of. See Richard I; Richard, earl of Cornwall.

, money of, 28.

Poitou, 143, 282, 301, 302, 307, 315, 337, 355, 369, 385.

, castles in, 4.

, count of. See Richard I; Richard, earl of Cornwall.

, scutage of, 174.

, seneschal of the King of France, of 402.

See also Mayly, Hardouin de.

, war of, compensation for losses through, 322.

See also Gascony.

Pokethorpe, Stephen de, 175.

Pokifeld, Adam de, 236.

Pole. See Poole.

Poleburn, Henry de, 479.

Polesworth, Polleswurth [co. Warwick], Cecily, prioress, afterwards abbess of, 45, 184.

, Margaret de Apelby, abbess of. 184, 188, 196.

Politere, in the isle of Oleron. See Puletere.

Pollenx, Peter Arnaldi de. See Arnaldi.

Polleswurth. See Polesworth.

Pomeray, William de la, 483.

Poncellis, Richard de, bailiff of Bordeaux, 9.

Pone, 248.

Pons [Charente-Inférieure], 83, 313, 367, 368, 383.

, burgesses of, 362.

, letters patent dated at, 306, 307, 312, 313, 336.

, William Ostensis of. See Ostensis.

Pons Belli. See Stamford Bridge.

Ponte, Chalo de, 383.

, Geoffrey de, 192, 383.

, Poncius de, 346.

, Reginald de, 82, 191, 192, 263, 273, 309.

, Roger de, 443.

See Pontibus.

Ponte Arche, Puntdelarche, Poundelarch, Pund del Arch, Constance de, 475.

, Maud de, 21.

, Robert del, 505, 507, 509.

, —, wife of, 505, 509.

, Walter de, 492.

Pontefract [co. York], castle of, church in, prebendaries of, 258, 382.

, —, — See Albi, John; William, queen's chaplain.

, constable of, 301.

, letters patent dated at, 158, 159, 433.

, St. Clement's chapel, prebend in, 243.

Ponthieu, Pontif, 223.

, Mary countess of [1221-1251], wife of Simon de Dammartin, 25, 74.

, Pontius de, presented to St. Peter's, Oxford, 140.

, Reginald de, 135, 196, 213, 402.

, —, Poncius his son, 156.

, —, See Ponte.

Pontigny [Yonne], 497, 507.

, abbot of, 443.

Ponton Great, Paunton Great [co. Lincoln], 474.

Pontonx, Pontons [Landes], good men of, 327.

Poole, la Pole [co. Dorset], 92.

Poorstock, Porstok, Pourstok [co. Dorset], 216.

, church of, 93.

Pope. See Gregory IX, 1227 to 1241; Celestine IV, 1241 to 1243; Innocent IV, 1243 to 1254.

Pope, 27, 98, 120, 159, 174, 214, 227, 228, 232, 235, 244, 250, 384, 385, 401, 425, 426, 443, 446, 454, 455, 457, 460, 475, 476, 482.

, chamberlain of. See Ferentino, John de.

, Master Benedict, the Pope's chamberlain, 14.

, Master Boetius, his clerk. See Boetius.

, contributions to, 253.

, envoys to, 32.

, laws of, 410.

, legate of, in England. See St. Nicholas in Carcere Tulliano.

, notary of. See Campania, Master John de.

, nuncio of. See Rus, Master Peter le.

, power to Henry III to dispense for six of his clerks, 202.

See Rome; Cardinals.

Popham, Clemence de, 180.

Porchester, Porcestre, Porchestre [co. Southampton], castle of, constable of. See Lucy, Geoffrey de; Wascelin, Roger.

, castle and forest of, 141, 451.

, —, constable of. See Insula, Geoffrey de.

, forest of, 471.

, letters patent dated at, 396.

Porket, Robert, a Norman, 479.

Porlaund, Michael de, 375.

Porstok. See Poorstock.

Porta, Arnald de, 337.

, Jakemin de, 302.

Portbury, Portebiry [co. Somerset], 220.

Portcestre. See Porchester.

Portibus, Emma de, 480.

Porto and St. Ruffina, Romanus, cardinal bishop of, 400.

Portsmouth, Portesmuthe [co. Southampton], 134, 137, 140, 150, 187, 270, 282, 284, 289, 290, 293, 301.

, bailiffs of, 28.

, hospital of, being built by Peter de Rupibus, 14.

, king's galleys at, 27-8.

, letters patent dated at, 285, 286, 289, 290, 306.

, mills and rents in, belonging to the abbess of Fontevrault, 251.

, muster of ships at, 44, 273.

, St. Nicholas' hospital, master and brethren of, 134.

Portu, John de, 346.

Portugal, Portinghal, 359, 360, 368.

, Alfonso or Peter Alfunz, son of [Sancho], the king of, 314, 383.

, merchants of, 369.

, Domingus Gwillelmi de. See Willelmi.

, Domingus Gwillelmi de. See Periz.

, Martin Domingi de. See Domingi.

, John Johannis de. See Johannis.

Posling. See Postling.

Possignan, Ayquelin de, 405.

Postling, Posling [co. Kent], manor and park of, 476.

Pouillon Landes. See Poylun.

Poundelarch. See Ponte Arche.

Pourstok. See Poorstock.

Povenzak. See Podenzac.

Powerscourt, Stagunnyng [co. Wicklow], 70.

Poy, F. de, 404.

See Podio.

Poyda, 393.

Poylun [Pouillon, Landes], R. W. de, 403.

Poynings, co. Sussex. See Punninges.

Poywik, Master William de, 454, 489.

Pralingwurth. See Prowlingwood.

Prato, Geoffrey de, 139.

, —, Thomas his son, the king's falconer, 139.

Premonstratensians, aid from for the war, 330, 336.

Prene, William, 392.

Prepositus. See Reeve.

Presbiter. See Prestre.

Prestchet, Nicholas de, 500.

Prestecot, Master Walter de, prebendary of Chichester, 422.

Preston, co. Sussex, 253.

Preston, Preston in Augmodernesse [co. Lancaster], church of, 387.

Preston, Gilbert de, 147, 462.

, Roger de, 116.

Prestre, Presbiter, Hugh le, 124.

, Jordan le fiz al, 124.

, Ralph le, 230.

Prevot, John de, 302.

Prima legata defunctorum, 233.

Prince, Henry, 218.

Prisa, alias Bobbere, Richard le or de, chamberlain at Southampton, 85, 86, 88.

Prissay, Prysehay, Pryssehay [Prissé, Deux-Sèvres], Hugh de, 311, 502.

, Simon de, 311.

See Brisay.

Prissé [Deux-Sèvres]. See Prissay.

Pritelewell. See Prittlewell.

Prittlewell, Pritelewell [co. Essex], Simon de Waltham, monk of Lewes, prior of, 251.

Prodom, Produm, Martin, 447.

, —, prebendary of Exeter, 448.

Prosperini, Bernard, 452.

Provence, 491.

, count and marquess of. See Berenger, R.

, marquis of. See Toulouse, Raymond count of.

Provincialis, Master Peter, presented to Wimbledon, 255.

Provins, Provis [Seine et Marne], fair of, 373, 374, 378.

Provisors, 482.

Prowlingwood, Pralingwurth [in Titchfield, co. Southampton], 251.

Prysehay. See Prissay.

Puddington, Pudinton [co. Bedford], 371.

Pudz, B. deu, 403.

See Piz; Podio.

Pudz. See Poy.

Pugeis, Pugers, Imbert, 238, 477.

Puigneur. See Puniur.

Pujols, Pujol [Gironde], castle of, 406.

Puleham, John de, 200.

Puletere, Politere, in the isle of Oléron, land of, 144, 212.

Pulton, Thomas de, 295.

Punctis, Master William de, 320.

See Pointz.

Pundeburg, Roger de, presented to Carlton, 503.

Pund del Arch. See Ponte Arche.

Puniur, Puigneur, William le, 46.

Punninges [Poynings, co. Sussex], Thomas de, 482.

Puntdelarche. See Ponte Arche, de.

Pur, Adam le, 485.

See Poer.

Purcell, Hugh, 507.

Purleg, Martin de, presented to St. James', Shaftesbury, 489.

Purleigh, Purle [co. Essex], 371.

Purveyances, 97.

See Henry III.

Putot, William de, mayor of Bristol, 256.

Puul' [Pahl, Austria ?], John de, man of the emperor, 350.

Puyguilhem, de Podio Willelmi [Dordogne], 335.

Puynormand, de Podio Normanni [Gironde], castle of, constable of. See Muurevel, William de.

Pyan, Peter de, 403.

See Pivana.

Pycard. See Picard.

Pychepape. See Pichepape.

Pycot, Picat, the king's ostricer, Thomas, 131, 304.

Pylate, Pylet. See Pilate.

Pylesleg. See Pilsley.

Pypaud, Peter, 318.

Pypere, Geoffrey, 363.

Pyrehoe. See Pirrow.

Q

Quarere, Bernard de, 370.

, W. A. de, 403.

Quaty, Hubert le, 302.

Quayage, grant of, 427, 454.

Queen's gold, keeper of. See Franceis, John le.

Quency, Hawisia de, sister of Randolf, earl of Chester and Lincoln, 3.

, —, Margaret her daughter, 3.

, Roger de, earl of Winchester [1219-1264], 178, 204, 208, 322, 323.

, Roger de, 98.

Queynton, Hugh de, 200.

Quincieux, Quincew, de Quinciaco, town of, 407.

, rent in Lyon. See Lyon.

Quira. See Esquira.

R

Rabbit skins, pelles de opere cuniculorum, 359.

Rabet, Emery, 100.

Racolvre. See Reculver.

Radeclive, William de, 66, 69, 72.

, —, chaplain of the king's chapel of Dublin, 195.

Radenhal, Robert de, 304.

Radenore, Radenhoure, Radnor, Master Peter de, 256, 451.

, —, archdeacon of Salop, 433, 467.

, Richard de, 409.

, Master William de, 454.

See Radnor.

Radinges, Richard de, 443, 475.

, William de, 295, 297.

See Reading.

Radleg. See Rayleigh.

Radlegh. See Ralegh.

Radlurlensis. See Rathlure.

Raggedale [Ragdale, co. Leicester ?], John de, 382.

Raitherby, Michael de, 449.

Ralegh, Rale, Radlegh, Peter, 123.

, William de, bishop of Norwich [1239 to 1242], bishop of Winchester [1242 to 1250], 30, 57, 79, 84, 97, 112, 130, 177, 196, 200, 201, 214, 216, 217, 219, 220, 274, 300, 303, 305, 376, 400, 404, 409, 410, 411, 412, 413, 414, 416, 432, 433, 435, 438, 450, 477, 489, 496, 499, 501, 502, 509.

, —, treasurer of Exeter, 177.

, Wymund de, 468.

See Rayleigh.

Ralph, Henry son of, 391.

, Hubert son of, Sarah wife of, will of, 23.

, Hugh son of, 79.

, —, sheriff of Nottingham and Derby, 144.

, —, constable of the castles of Nottingham and Horston, 144.

, Peter son of, 443.

, William son of, de Credenhull, 130.

Ram, Henry le, 15.

Ramada, Ramade, Eudra de la, 82, 135.

, William Eudrad de la. See Andree.

, William Audrou de. See Andree.

Rame, St. Mary de la, of the order of Fontévrault, prior and prioress of, 373.

Rampton [co. Nottingham], 134.

Ramsey [co. Huntingdon], letters patent dated at, 39.

, abbot of, 164.

Rancon, Rauncon [Rancon, HauteVienne], Geoffrey de, 309, 402.

, Robert de, 189, 313, 315, 339, 360, 361.

Rand'. See Raundes.

Randolf, Henry son of, 497.

Randown or Rindown, Randon, Reindon [co. Roscommon], castle of, 9, 467.

, —, constable of. See Capella, Robert de.

Randolf, Ranulf, Barnabas son of Richard son of, 99, 149.

, Ralph son of, 295.

, Richard son of, 88, 99.

, —, Barnabas son of, 99.

Ranulfi, Ernald, 194.

Rape, 510.

, oppressio mulieris, 429.

Ras, G. A. de le, 403.

Rathlure, Rarlurlensis, Ireland, bishop of, 461.

Rauncon. See Rancon.

Raundes, Rand, Henry de, 127, 237.

Ravelingham, Master Roger de, 279.

Raylegh. See Ralegh.

Rayleigh, Ralegh, Reyleg, Releyh [co. Essex], 100, 101.

, honour of, 177, 314.

Rayleigh ?, Radleg [co. Essex], castle of, constable of. See Calewurt, William de.

Raymond, count of Provence. See Berenger.

Raymond, count of Toulouse. See Toulouse.

Rayne, Reynes [co. Essex], letters patent dated at, 131, 221, 222.

, isle of, 309, 323, 330, 355, 368, 402.

, abbot of, 485.

, barges of, 337.

, castle in, built, 340. 352.

, castle of wood for, 343.

, forest of, 353.

, good men of, 345, 377.

, mayor, jurats and commune, granted to, 309, 316.

, provost of. See Flemeng, John le.

, St. Mary's, abbot and convent of, 352.

, warden of. See Maunsel, John.

Reading, Rading [co. Berks], 51, 84, 85, 97, 128.

, Adam abbot of, 215.

, Richard de Cycestre, abbot of, 216.

, prior and convent of, 215.

, abbot and convent of, 501.

. abbot of, gaol of, 262.

, letters patent dated at, 22, 26, 43, 44, 65, 66, 69, 72, 73, 78, 79, 84, 85, 89, 98, 108, 118, 127, 134, 141, 142, 168, 169, 180, 193, 204, 205, 213, 217, 225, 226, 237, 243, 268, 271, 272, 273, 291, 413, 414, 418, 419, 421, 424, 425, 442, 452, 453, 473, 475, 481, 482, 492, 495, 501.

Recchich. See Neroche.

Recuchun, John de, 466.

Reculver, Racolvre [co. Kent], church of, 377.

Redburn, William de, 64.

Redeman, Matthew de, constable of the castle of Lancaster, 481.

Redort. See Castets en Dorthe.

Rees. See Res.

Reeve. See Reve.

Regate, John de, 218.

See Reygate.

Reggio, Regina, Italy, diocese of, 219.

Regina. See Reggio.

Reginald, Adam son of, de Wulvreton, 154.

, Ralph son of, 123, 130.

, —, appointed sheriff of Bedford and Buckingham, 52, 77, 78, 79.

, Reginald son of, de Troham, 91.

, Robert son of, 130.

, William son of, de Mepeham, 480.

See Reinold.

Regula, Sancho de, 346.

See Réole, la.

Reigate. See Reygate.

Reimundi, Reymundi, Remundi, Bernard, Berononi, 366.

, Peter, 402.

, William, 133.

, William, Columb, 313, 319, 350, 355, 362, 363, 381.

, William, Columb, called Raymond Bastard, 341.

, William, de Pinibus or Pinu, lord of Caumont [Lot et Garonne], 195, 319, 338, 354, 373.

, William, de Pinibus, 334, 339.

Reinbald, Walter son of, 122.

Reindon. See Randoon.

Reinger. See Reyner.

Reinold, Richard son of, 105.

See Reginald.

Reinuc, merchant of Florence, 492.

See Barboti, Ranuchius.

Relegh. See Rayleigh.

Relics of Saints, 39.

Rembaldi, William. See Rormaudi.

Remundi. See Reimundi.

Rendenan, Rendeuam. See Hook.

Renger. See Reyner.

Renham, Simon le, 409.

Réole, la, Regula, Ryoll, Ryole [Gironde], 113, 129, 136, 196, 343, 347, 348, 388.

, bailiffs of, 74, 353.

, — See Abbetot, Peter de.

, castle of, 9, 343, 422.

, —, constable of. See Boeles, William de.

, —, building of, 242.

, good men of, 48, 242, 380, 384, 457.

, good men of, fine to for respite from military service, 310, 312, 315.

, —, respite without fine, 310.

, men of, 245, 337.

, letters patent dated at, 343, 344, 345, 346, 347, 398.

, mills at, 122.

, prior and monks of, 122, 196.

, prior of, 201, 347.

Reppele. See Ripley.

Res, Rees, the younger or Wachan, 242, 243, 254.

, —, sons of, 465.

son of Cadugan, constable of Dynavor castle, 489.

son of Edenaueth, 267.

son of Res, 279, 422.

son of Res Wachan, 485.

Rethensis. See Rodez.

Reule [Larreule, Basses Pyrénées ?], R. de le, 403.

Reve, Reeve, Prepositus, Richard le, 323.

, Walter le, of Stratton, 18.

, —, Walter son of, 18.

, Walter the, of Marden, 110.

, William, 393.

Revel, Richard, 255.

Rey, Henry fil le. See Henry fil le Rey, natural son of King John.

Reygate [co. Surrey], castle of, 252.

, —, constable of. See Sabaudia, Bernard de.

, goshawks in, 252.

Reyler, Hugh 81.

, William, 81.

Reymundi. See Reimundi.

Reyner, Reynger, Renger, Reinger, Giles son of, 63.

, Michael son of, de Depe, 63.

, William, son of Peter Columb, 91.

, Richard, 53.

, —, mayor of London, 209, 217, 218, 230.

, William son of, sheriff of Essex and Hertford, 491.

Reynes. See Rayne.

Reynivill, Michael de, prebendary of Cashel, 229.

Reyny, John de, 123, 124, 504.

Rhuddlan, Rothelan [co. Flint], 258, 264.

, castle of, 267, 278, 279.

, new fort at, 258.

, de Rupe de, Rothelan [rectius de Rupe, i.e., Beeston ?], castle of, 279.

Ribble and Mersey, Ribbel and Merse [co. Lancaster], men of, 32.

Ribby, Ryggeby, co. Lancaster, 93.

Ribchester, Rybecestre [co. Lancaster], church of, 420, 484.

Ribemont [Aisne]. See Riboti Monte.

Ribere, Vital de, 403.

Ribo, Rybo, Richard de, presented to Blakenham, 90.

, Richard de, or Richard de, de Vivone, presented to Nettlestead and Blakenham, 131.

, —, parson of Nettlestead, 164.

Riboti Monte [Ribemont, Aisne], Robert de, 74.

Ricard, William, 139.

Ricardi, Fulk, de Oleron, 310.

, —, Fulk his son, 310.

, —, Laurence his son, 310.

, William, 139.

Richard I., king of England, 148, 176, 191, 201, 259, 280, 446, 472.

, as duke of Aquitaine, and count of Poitou, 393.

, charter of, 383.

Richard, earl of Cornwall and Poitou, the king's brother, 29, 43, 45, 53, 62, 65, 68, 71, 76, 89, 90, 94, 125, 135, 143, 144, 173, 174, 175, 176, 199, 202, 208, 209, 222, 242, 248, 250, 310, 311, 313, 314, 315, 318, 320, 327, 328, 331, 399, 401, 408, 414, 415, 418, 419, 421, 422, 426, 434, 436, 437, 456, 459, 466, 477, 479, 481, 482, 497, 498, 503, 504, 505, 509, 511.

, —, lord of the honor of Abergavenny, 53.

, —, loan from Jews to, 173.

, —, in the Holy Land, 250.

, —, covenant of with the king, touching his rights, 437.

, —, Senchia, daughter of Raymond Berenger, wife of count of Provence, 408, 437.

, —, —, dower of, 414.

, —, —. See Berenger.

, —, Henry his son, 497, 498.

Richard, king's chaplain. See Henry III, chaplain of.

, Master, king's cook. See Henry III, cook of.

, king's marshal. See Henry III, marshal of.

, Master, queen's tailor, 326.

, —. See Eleanor.

, Henry son of, de Bottefeld, 110.

, Matthew son of, de Leycestre, 100, 102.

, Ralph son of, 125.

, Robert son of, de Hautsted, 382.

, —, de Leycestre, 449.

, —, de Sutton, 373.

, Roger son of, 201.

son of Randolf, Barnabas son of, 149.

, William son of, 177, 251, 448.

, —, de Leyliton, 45.

, —, the Norman, 87.

Richebaud. See Rykobaldi.

Richmond [co. York], archdeacon of, 14, 152, 156, 239, 476.

, William archdeacon of, 175.

, archdeacon of. See Romayn, John.

, archdeaconry of, 211.

, earl of. See Dreux, Peter de.

, honor of, 96, 155, 176, 251, 272, 279, 445, 472, 494, 497.

, —, steward of. See Sabaudia, Wicard de.

Ridel, Rydel, Rydell, Ridelli, Ridell, Rudel, Elias, de Bergerac or Elias [the elder], lord of Bergerac [and Gensac, died 1251], 129, 319, 329, 334, 342, 350, 401, 406, 411.

, Elias the younger [son of the above, died 1254], 319, 332, 402, 406.

, Geoffrey de, 75, 138.

, —, lord of Blaye or of Blaye, 140, 188, 192, 193, 202, 328, 347, 402, 434, 436, 451, 471.

, —, wife of, 118.

, Geoffrey son of Geoffrey of Blaye, or the younger, 44, 138, 140, 434.

, Gerard, son of Geoffrey lord of Blaye, 140, 193.

, —, Agnes daughter of, 193.

Ridel or Ruell, younger son of Elias, lord of Bergerac, 335.

Rideleford, Rydeleford, Rideliford, Walter de, 425, 473.

, —, Emelina, daughter of, countess of Ulster, 425.

, —, Christiana, one of the heirs of, 473.

, —, —. See Marisco, Christiana de.

Ridelli. See Ridel.

Ridlington [co. Rutland], king's park of, 234.

Rie. See Rye.

Riffletta, 234.

Rikewaud, Peter or Peter de, 242, 374.

Ringwood, Ringewud, Ryngwud [co. Southampton], 125, 146, 231.

Rions, Riuns, Ryon, Ryuns, Riuncium [Gironde], lord of. See Segin, William.

, good men of, 384.

See Riun.

Ripariis, Rivers, Rypariis, Ryvers, Baldwin de, or Baldwin de Insula, earl de Lisle (de Insula) or of Devon [1216-1245], 23, 297, 328, 338, 481.

, Margery de, 355.

, Richard de, Margery wife of, 375.

, William de, 294, 382, 466.

Ripley, Reppele [co. Surrey], church of, 239.

Ripon [co. York], letters patent dated at, 435.

Risborough, Risingberg [co. Buckingham], manor of, 415.

Risbury, co. Hereford. See Rysebury.

Rising, Rysinges [co. Norfolk], castle of, 104.

, —, castle and manor of, 408.

Risingberg. See Risborough.

Riun, Ryon, Bernard de, 129.

, P. W. de, 404.

See Rions.

Rivallis, Rivallo, Orivall, Ryvallis, Peter de, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 12, 13, 14, 15, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, 23, 24, 25-8, 33, 34, 35, 37, 40, 42, 43, 44, 53, 58, 62, 66, 67, 74, 78, 82, 95, 101, 103, 114, 131, 136, 145, 186, 423, 495, 504.

, —, constable of the castles of Skenfrith, Grosmont and White Castle, 2.

, —, treasurer of the chamber, 5.

, —, treasurer of the Exchequer, 7, 8.

, —, constable of the castle of Bridgnorth, 13.

, —, grant of the castle of Pevensey to him and his heirs, 13.

, —, constable of the castle of Pevensey, 26.

, —, chevecier of Poitiers, the treasurer, 26.

, —, boroughs, demesnes and wardships of, 37.

, —, the commands of, 43.

, —, warden of the Jews of Winchester, 44.

, —, refuses to surrender the castle of Bramber, 58.

, —, superseded as keeper of the honour of Laigle, 58.

, —, peace with, 62.

, —, dean of Bridgnorth, 495.

, —, Aaleys, neice of, 504.

Rivers. See Ripariis.

Rivière-Saas, Saf [Landes], good men of, 327.

Roads, peril of the, 67, 129.

Roan. See Rohan.

Robert, anchorite of Derneford, 138.

, clerk of the queen's wardrobe, 373.

, falconer of the count of Flanders, 301.

, Guy son of, 483.

, John son of, 197, 199, 213, 215, 245.

, —, Ada wife of, 250.

, —, Roger heir of, 250.

, —, Hugh heir of, 250.

, —, de Dunewico, 85.

, Peter son of, 114.

, Randolf son of, 497.

, Richard son of, 111.

, Simon son of, de Oxonia, 138.

, William son of, de Morpath, 459.

, —, de Northbiry, 295.

Robery. See Rothbury.

Robin, Hugh, 101.

Rocester, Roucestre [co. Stafford], abbey of, 394.

Roch. See Ruch.

Rocham. See Bookham.

Roche, de Rupe [co. York], abbot of, 131, 266.

, abbot of, fortieth on his tenants for the, 22.

, abbot and convent of, 500.

Roche, Peter de la, 472.

See also Rupe.

Rochechouart. See Rupe Chuwardi.

Rocheford. See Rupeforti.

Rochefort, Rocheford [Charente-Inférieure ?], castle of, 9.

, —, constable of, 22.

, —, — See Perepoill, William.

[Vienne, or Charente-Inférieure], Alice, lady of, 306.

Rochele. See Rokele.

Rochelle, la [Charente-Inférieure], 312, 330, 335, 368.

, Knights Templars of, 309.

, men of, 329.

, —, release of the king's indignation against, 329.

, siege of, 343.

, Temple at, preceptor of, 330, 333.

Rochelle [Charente-Inférieure], rectius la Réole, castle of, constable of. See Bueles, William de.

Roches. See Rupibus.

Rochester, de Roffa [co. Kent], 166, 205.

, bishop of. See Sandford, Henry de; Wendover, Roger de.

, bishopric of, 200.

, castle of, 294.

, —, constable of, 169. See also Cobham, John de; Crioil, Bertram de; Sabaudia, Peter de.

, hospital of, 480.

, letters patent dated at, 14, 42, 62, 90, 176, 185, 202, 205, 241, 302, 417, 480, 499.

, St. Andrew's, prior and convent of, 200, 205, 272.

, —, prior of, 261.

Rochford, Rocheford [co. Essex], hundred of, 100.

Rockele. See Rokele.

Rockingham [co. Northampton], constable of, 65.

, castle of, 169.

, —, constable of. See Cobbeham, John de; Passelewe, Robert.

, forest of, 123.

Rodenham, Roderham. See Rotherham.

Rodez, Rethensem [Aveyron], bishop of, 418.

Roding, Roinges [co. Essex], 21.

Roding, White, Blanche Roing [co. Essex], 13.

Rodmeresham, William de, 409.

, Master William de, presented to Steeping, 260.

Roel, Hugh de, hospitaller, 221.

See Royl.

Roeng, William de, 227.

.See Roding.

Roentium. See Royan.

Roffa, Gregory de, 65, 125, 154.

See Rochester; Rouecestre.

Roger, king's tailor. See Ros, Roger de.

, John son of, 337.

Rogerinus, of Toulouse, 140.

Rohan, Roan [Morbihan], Alan vicomte of, 391.

Roiaud, Guy, 384.

Roing, Blanche. See Roding, White.

Roinges. See Roding.

Rokebaionie. See Rupe Baionie.

Rokeby, Oliver de, 197.

Rokele, Rochele, Rockele, Joan de la, 10.

, John de la, 483.

, Richard de la, 79, 289, 297, 313, 320, 392, 478, 489.

, Walter de, 469.

, William de la, 84.

See Rupella.

Rolers. See Roulers.

Rollandi, Frederic, 239.

Rollendrit. See Rollright.

Rollright, Rollendrit [co. Oxford], 16.

Romania. See Byzantium.

Romans, Drôme. See Rumaunc.

Romanus, Romayn, Romeyn, Angelus, 80.

, Master John le, sub-dean of York, 16.

, —, archdeacon of Richmond, 265, 420, 484.

, William, 157.

Rome, 303, 401, 409.

, church of, 463.

, court of, 4, 10, 13, 33, 64, 109, 134, 147, 220, 222, 232, 241, 244, 245, 248, 270, 276, 279, 319, 365, 366, 367, 375, 384, 390, 400, 412, 417, 434, 446, 451, 453.

, —, conventions with, 309.

, emperor of. See Frederic II.

, envoys or proctors of Henry III. at, 32.

, — See Atte; Cadamo,Master John de; Coventry, A., bishop of; Kilkenny, Master William de; Limoges, Master John de; Novilla, Richard de; Peche, Bartholomew; Seculer, Master Alexander le; Somercote, Master Robert de; Steland, Master Simon de; Veer, Baldwin de.

, trespasses againt the church of, 28.

Romney, Rumenal, Rumenell, Rumenhale [co. Kent], 293.

, barons of, 44, 92, 179, 187, 305, 405.

, —, their contingent of five ships, 44.

Romsey, Rumeseye [co. Southampton], Maud, abbess of, 180.

, Isabel de Nevill, abbess of, 180, 182.

, Constance, prioress of, afterwards abbess of, 509.

, letters patent dated at, 88.

Roncevaux [Spain], St. Mary's hospital 334.

, —, provost of, 349.

Roppele, Simon de, 76.

Roqua Baionie. See Rupe Baione.

Roquetaillade, de Rupe Talliata [Gironde], lords of, 338.

Rormaudi [rectius Rembaldi ?], William, mayor of Oleron, 378.

Ros, diocese of Bazas, church of, 361.

Ros, Richard de, sister of, 473.

, Robert de, 77, 78, 187, 197, 199, 213, 214, 219, 226, 236.

, —, justice of the forest, 169, 247.

, Robert, son of William de, 425.

, —, Isabel wife of, 425.

, Master Roger de, king's tailor, 240, 297, 373, 374, 378, 450.

, William de, 226.

Roscrea, Roscre [King's County and Tipperary], castle of. 9, 467.

, —, constable of. See Bermingeham, Meyler de.

Roscelin, John son of, William son of, 67.

Rosetto, Roset, Peter de, citizen of Bayonne, 317, 346, 360, 403, 407.

Roshale, Vivian de, 18.

Rosinton. See Rossington.

Rossington, Rosinton [co. York], church of, 271.

Rosternain, Peter de, 193.

Rothbury, Robery [co. Northumberland], 113.

Rothelan. See Rhuddlan.

Rotherfield, Rotherefeld, 387.

Rotherham, Ruderham, Rodenham, Roderham [co. York], 61, 359, 370.

, advowson of, 359.

Rothwell, Rowelle [co. York], church of, 258.

Rottele, Richard de, abbot of Leicester, 510.

Roubilhon. See Rupe Baione.

Roucestre, Rouecestre, Richard de, 342, 394.

See Rocester; Roffa.

Roudles. See Roulers.

Rouecestre. See Roucestre.

Rouen [Seine Inférieure], 86, 94, 100, 124, 303.

, Odo, archbishop of, 490.

, Anselm, merchant of, 334.

Roulers, Roudles, Rolers, Gocelin or Gossewin de, merchant of Ghent, 13, 99, 105, 168.

Rouman. See Rumaunz.

Rowde, Rudes [co. Wilts], manor of, appurtenant to the castle of Devizes, 51, 90, 234.

, church of, 505.

Rowell, Amabilla de, 299.

, See Rothwell.

Rowland, Robert son of, de Sutton, 296.

Royan, Roentium [Charente-Inférieure], port of, 381, 404.

, William de Rupe, lord of. See Rupe.

Royl, Ruyl, Bernard de, 75, 192.

Royston [co. Hert.], tournament at, 70.

, prior of, 70.

, letters patent dated at, 139, 224, 279.

Rubeus. See Rus.

Ruch, Roch [Gironde], castle of, 406.

Rudde, John, 76.

Rudeby, Roger de, chamberlain, afterwards abbot of Pershore, 44, 45.

Rudel. See Ridel.

Rudenhal, See Warin de, 172.

Ruderham.. See Rotherham.

Rudes. See Rowde.

Rudham, Walter de, presented to Longborough, 469.

Rue, Roges de, 63.

, William son of William de, 30.

Ruffan, Fustan, 432.

Ruffard, Rostand, 457.

Ruffec, Russek [Ruffec, Indre], Emery de, 374.

, —, citizen of Bordeaux, 356.

Rufford [co. Nott.], abbot and convent of, 14.

Ruffus. See Rus.

Rughedon, Rughdon, William de, 47.

, —, daughter and heir of, 222.

Ruilli, Ruylly, Hubert de, 337, 374, 443.

, —, constable of the castle of Colchester, 145.

Ruislip, Russelep [co. Middlesex], prior of, 69.

Rumare, William, 462.

Rumaunz, Rumaunc, Rouman [Romans, Drôme], Bernard de, 384, 390.

, Hugh de, 338.

Rumelham, Henry de, 110.

Rumenell. See Romney.

Rumeseye, John de, constable of the castles of Durham and Norham, 180.

. See Romsey.

Rumesli, John de, 273.

Rumyly, Roland de, 81.

Rupe, Emery de, lord of Blensac, 402.

, Robert de, 197.

, Sibyl de, 46.

, William de, lord of Royan, 402.

See Beeston; Roche.

Rupe de Rothelan. See Rhuddlan.

Rupe Baione, Roqua Baionie, Rokebaionie [Roubillion, Lot et Garonne], Arnald de, 368, 376, 395.

, Reginald de, 349.

Rupe Cauardi, Rupe Chuwardi [Rochechouart, Haute-Vienne], Emeric de, 75, 402, 505.

, —, Emeric his son, 75, 402.

Rupe Talliata. See Roquetaillade.

Rupeforti, Rocheford, Ebulo de, 135, 402.

, Ebulo de, brother of Guy, 310.

, Geoffrey de, 402.

, Guy de, 189, 310, 311, 336, 385, 395, 396, 481, 482.

, Maurice de, 511.

, Miles de, 87, 88.

Rupella, Emery de, 452.

, William de, presented to Nettlestead, 121, 131.

, See Rochelle; Rokele.

Rupelmund, Daniel de, 101.

Rupibus, Roches, Geoffrey de, 38.

, Hugh de, archdeacon of Winchester [1238 to 1253], 224, 226, 230, 239, 245, 246, 251, 256, 366, 433.

, —, Emery his brother, 366.

, —, Master Alberic, official of, 249, 252, 269.

, Peter de, bishop of Winchester [1206 to 1238], 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 16, 18, 22, 23, 24, 25, 27, 33–37, 40, 47, 120, 149, 150, 166, 180, 217, 218, 224, 226, 231, 271, 423, 436.

, —, building the hospital of Portsmouth by, 14.

, —, constable of the castles of Carisbrook and Christchurch, 23.

Rus, Rubeus, Ruffus, Master Peter le, papal nuncio, 253.

, Randolf le, 154.

, Reginald, 265, 279, 330.

, Reginald le, of Hinton, 485.

, Richard. 21, 178, 326, 370, 379, 416, 466, 484.

, —. presented to St. Mary's, Bridport, 271.

, —, — Bishopston, 414.

, —, — Tattingstone, 435.

, —, of Thurrock, 140.

, —, —, William his son, 140.

, William le, 36, 43, 95.

, —, of Pilsley, 464.

Russeaus. See Russellis.

Russek. See Ruffec.

Russel, Adam, presented to Trent, 58.

, Hugh, 80.

, Philip, 463.

, —, presented to Hinton, 421.

, Richard, 295.

, Robert, 98, 297.

, William, 284.

Russelep. See Ruislip.

Russellis, Russeaus, Peter de, 13, 46, 51, 95, 210.

, —, sheriff of Devon, 37.

Russillun, Russylun, Guy, 261, 357, 364, 365, 384, 388, 389, 393, 394, 396, 401, 407, 415, 416, 436, 437, 442, 484.

, —, presented to Rothwell, 258.

, —, — Preston in Amounderness, 387.

, —, — Wrotham, 388.

, —, prebendary of Wells, 417.

, —, grant to of 400 marks of rent, 418.

, —, presented to Meresye, 420.

, —, — Ribchester, 420.

, —, prebendary of Chichester, 421.

, —, dean of St. Martin's London, 423.

Russinoll, Peter, 224.

Rusteng, William, 483, 500.

Rustic. See Bernard.

Ruter, Robert le, 34.

Rutland, forest of, 123.

Ruyl. See Rcel; Royl.

Ruylly. See Ruilli.

Rya, Henekin or Hamekin de, 343.

, Nicholas de, 74.

Rybecestre. See Ribchester.

Rybo. See Ribo.

Rydal, Thomas de, 76.

Rydal. See Ridel.

Rydon, Robert de, 383.

Rye, Rie, Rya [co. Sussex], 15, 309, 458, 503.

, barons of, 27, 92, 187, 293, 400.

, church of, 503.

, north marsh of, 503.

, water of, 64.

.la Salvee of, 98.

See Rya.

Ryggeby. See Ribby.

Ryhall, Ryhal [co. Rutland], 210.

Rykobaldi, Rykebaldi, Richebaud, Gerard, 471, 476.

Ryn, Geoffrey, 500.

Ryngwud. See Ringwood.

Ryole, Ryoll. See Réole.

Ryon [Rions, Gironde], lord of or William Segyn de. See Segin, William.

See alsoRions; Riun.

Rypariis. See Ripariis.

Rysebury [Risbury, co. Hereford], Alvred son of Eadric de, 348.

Rysinges. See Rising.

Ryuns. See Rions.

Ryvall, Gerard de la, 364.

Ryvallis. See Rivallis.

Ryvensis.See St. Gildas de Ruis.

Ryvers. See Ripariis.

S

Sabaudia, Sauveye, Sabaldia, Saubaudia, Bernard de, 252, 266, 280, 283, 392, 397, 419, 420, 425, 433.

, —, constable of the castle of Reygate, 252.

, —, constable of the castle and forest of Windsor, 268, 269, 275, 286, 482.

, —, constable of the castle and honor of Tickhill, 422.

, —, Ducelina his wife, 280.

, Boniface de, proctor of Belley [uncle of Henry III.], archbishop. of Canterbury, 248, 365, 375, 384, 400, 411, 414, 423, 425, 431, 433, 434, 439, 442, 446, 448, 462, 463, 473, 475, 493, 494, 504.

, —, postulated to Winchester, 384, 400.

, Peter de, 251, 253, 261, 272, 276, 279, 289, 384, 390, 391, 399, 445, 447, 453, 466, 472, 479, 494, 497.

, —, constable of the castle of Lewes, 260.

, —, grant to, of the lands of John de Warenna, and of the honour of Laigle, 259.

, —, constable of the castle of Rochester, 265.

, —, warden of the Cinque Ports, 266.

, Philip de, 289.

, —, presented to Hillingdon, 159.

, —, parson of Hildesdun [Hillingdon], 173.

, —, presented to Oxney [by Bawdsey], 157, 255.

, —, — Gayton, 167.

, —, —, Reculver, 377.

, —, proctor of the church of Valence, 202, 394.

, —, presented to Wingham, 396.

, Stephen de, 475.

, —, forester of Kinfare, 419.

, Thomas de, count of Flanders and Hainault [in right of Joan his wife, countess of Flanders], the king's uncle, 242, 301, 302, 304, 310, 311, 355, 356, 377, 433, 434, 436, 489.

, —, Master Henry, clerk of, 251, 373, 378.

, —, Master Peter, clerk of, 436.

, —, John and Robert, falconers of, 301.

, —, J.,countess of Flanders, wife of, 27, 105, 122, 150, 168.

, Wicard de, steward of the honour of Richmond, 391.

, William de. See Valence, William elect of.

Sabluyl, Sabloyl [Sablé, Sarthe], Robert de, 212, 213.

Sabres [Landes], castle of, 245.

, good men of, 245.

Sabussa. See Saubusse.

Sacristan, Michael the, 24.

Sacro Cesario, Stephen de, 45.

Sacy, Sascy, Emery de, 31, 32, 101, 116, 316, 318.

, —, sheriff of Southampton, 274, 284.

Sadadin, envoy of the Old Man of Mussa, 227.

Sadberge, Sedbergh [co. Durham], wapentake of, 86.

Saf. See Rivière-Saas.

Saffron Walden, Waleden [co. Essex], abbot of, 39.

Saham, Warin de, 33.

Saingrive, John de, sub-prior, afterwards abbot of Whitby, 455.

St. Albans [co. Hertford], 162.

Abbey, 110, 111, 112.

, abbot of, 131, 200.

, abbot and convent of, 280.

, John, prior of Hertford, abbot of, 98.

, John de Hertford, abbot of, 116.

, Robert, the kitchener, 95.

, Richard, the cellarer, 95.

, William, abbot of, 95.

, prior and archdeacon of, 111.

, letters patent dated at, 83, 123, 231, 279, 427, 428, 447, 449, 496.

St. Andrew's Priory. See Bordeaux.

St. Angelo, Richard, cardinal deacon of, 400.

St. Antoine [de Vienne Isère], 140.

St. Antoine de Vienne [Isère], hospital of, 179, 180, 412.

, Robert, proctor of, in England, 180.

, master and brethren of, 381.

St. Asaph [co. Flint], 264.

, archdeacon of, 10, 212, 499.

, D. archdeacon of, 225, 237.

, bishops of. See Hugh; Howel ap Edenevet.

, Hugh, Friar Preacher, bishop of, 42, 257, 258, 264, 276.

, bishopric of, 499.

, dean and chapter of, 10.

, Philip, chancellor of, 10.

, letters patent dated at, 264.

St. Astier [Dordogne], abbot and convent of, 307.

St. Bartholomew, relics of, 39.

St. Bazeille [Lot and Gar.], 339.

St. Bernard, Montjoux [Switzerland], hospital of, 269.

St. Bertin's Abbey. See St. Omer.

St. Briavels [co. Gloucester], castle of, 55.

, constable of, 19, 115.

, letters patent dated at, 6.

St. Briavels and the forest of Dean, constable of. See Sancto Amando, Amaury de; Cancellis, Emery de.

St. Clear, Seint Cler, de Sancto Claro [co. Carmarthen], castle of, 470, 484.

St. Damian, order of. See Bordeaux.

St. David's, bishops of. See Crassus, Anselm; Waleys, Thomas le.

, bishopric of, 492, 493, 508, 509.

, —, issues of, 281.

, chapter of, 500.

, archdeacon of, 509.

St. Denis [Seine], 378.

, abbot of, 253, 378.

, Henry, monk of, prior of Deerhurst, 299.

, Odo, abbot of, 299.

. See Lendyt.

St. Edmunds [co. Suffolk], 97.

, abbot of, 13, 86, 267, 278, 281, 302, 459.

, Henry, abbot of, 130.

, abbey of, 78, 79.

, abbot and convent of, 43.

, prior of, 86.

, —, elected abbot of, 27.

, prior and convent of, 26.

, Richard, sub-prior, 26.

, letters patent dated at, 97, 130, 222, 223, 236, 277, 429, 443, 449.

, 40th in, 33.

, tournament at, 86.

St. Edward's Abbey. See Shaftesbury.

St. Emilion, Sanctum Milionem [Gironde], 136, 137, 161, 205, 339, 349, 353, 365, 368, 376, 383, 395.

, good men of, 48.

, constable of. See Matthew, Herbert son of.

, garrison of, 340, 342.

, letters patent dated at, 367.

, mayor of, 349.

, —, See Sturmy, Gerald.

, mayor and commune, 376.

, mayor and provost of, 353.

St. Enoratus. See St. Honorat.

St. Euphemia, relics of, 39.

St. Eutrope [Charente], prior of, 312.

St. Ewe [co. Cornwall], parsonage of, 217.

St. Ferme, Sancti Fermerii [Gironde], abbot of, 388.

St. Francis, of Assisi, 450.

, church of, 450.

St. Geours de Marenne, Seint Gorhs [Landes], good men of, 327.

St. Germain de Varreville, Manche. See Wyavill.

St. Gilbert, relics of, 39.

St. Gildas de Ruis, Sancti Gildasii Ryvensis [Morbihan], abbot of, 312.

St. Girons, Seins Gyrons, Seingirum de Prato, Landes, 137.

, good men of, 327.

St. Hermolaus, relics of, 39.

St. Hilaire du Taillan, Sancti Hysarii de Ortoislano [Gironde], town of, 393.

St. Honorat [Sancti Enorati] [IIes de Lérins], Arnald, prior of, 389.

St. Ives [co. Huntingdon], fair of, 99, 239.

St. James de Beuvron, de Sancto Jacobo super Beveron [Manche], mayor and good men of, 1, 5.

, defence of, 67.

, merchants of, 310.

St. Jean d'Angély, Angeliacensis, de Sancto Johanne [Charente-Inférieure], 100, 329.

, abbot and convent of, 424.

St. Jean de la Castel, Sancti Johannis Castell' [Landes], abbot and convent of, 358.

St. Jean d'Orbestier, Sancti Johannis Orbisterii [Vendée], abbot and convent of, 324.

St. John of Jerusalem, hospital, master and brethren of, 97.

, preceptor of. See Ferandi Peter.

, prior of, 243.

, —, See Nussa, Thierry de.

, in England, Theodoric, Terricus, prior of, 111, 126, 194. 209.

, —, prior of, 201, 432.

, —, free guest of, 152.

, habit of, 161.

, in Paris. See Paris.

. See Sallebruneau; Hospitallers.

St. Juliana, chapel of. See Shrewsbury.

St. Julians, St. Albans [co. Herts], church of, 111.

St. Karentoc. See Crantock.

St. Laurence in Lucina, Senebald, cardinal priest of, 400.

St. Leger, relics of, 39.

St. Leonard's [co. Sussex?], Henry, rector of, 218.

St. Macaire [Gironde], 335, 345.

, castle of, 113, 128, 135, 139, 364, 367.

, abbey of, 393.

, good men of, 328, 339, 380, 384.

, letters patent dated at, 348.

, secular justice of, 191, 192.

, tomb of, 393.

, town of, 393, 405.

St. Malo, de Sancto Maclovio [Ille et Vilaine], good men of, 348, 351, 355.

, the Benedicite of, 355.

St. Margaret [Westminster ?], chapel of, 252.

St. Martin de Seignaux, Seinusse, Seyngnauz without Bayonne [Landes], 318.

, parish of, 143.

St. Mary in Cosmedin, Reiner, cardinal deacon of. 400.

St. Mary Trasterere, S., cardinal priest of, 400.

St. Mary de Valle. See Winchester.

St. Mary Villedien. See Villedieu Notre Dame de.

St. Mary de Voto. See Tintern, co. Wexford.

St. Mathieu, de Sancto Mattheo [Finistère], parts of, 392.

St. Maurice in Chablais [Savoie]. town of, 469.

St. Michael on Wyre [co. Lancaster]. church of, 211.

St. Neots [co. Huntingdon], prior and convent of, 130.

St. Nicholas, relics of, 39.

St. Nicholas in Carcere Tulliano, Otto, cardinal deacon of, legate. See Legate.

St. Omer [Pas de Calais]. St. Bertin's abbey, monks of, 91.

St. Osyth [co. Essex], letters patent dated at, 96.

St. Owen, Jersey, parish of, 338.

St. Petronella. relics of, 39.

St. Philip, relics of, 39.

St. Pierre sur Dives [Calvados]. Nicholas, abbot of, 73.

St. Pol [Pas de Calais], count of, 13, 116.

St. Praxed, John, cardinal priest of, 400.

See Columpna, John de.

St. Quentin de Baron, Gironde. See Sancto Quintino.

St. Quinterie, de Sancta Kiteria, relies of, 377.

St. Radegund's [co. Kent], 110.

. abbot of, 83, 84, 85, 90, 102.

St. Sabina, Thomas, cardinal of, nephew of, 212.

St. Savinien [Charente-Inférieure]. 367.

St. Sebastian [Spain], men of. 192.

St. Sever sur P Adour [Landes]. 376.

, abbot of, 339, 401.

, abbot of, owes military service, 376.

, good men of. 48, 457.

, king's court of, 352, 401.

. letters patent dated at, 376.

. lordship of the church of, 376.

St. Stephen, relics of, 39.

St. Theodore, relics of, 39.

St. Thomas de Conae. Charente-Inférieure. See Gumbaud, Conak.

St. Thomas the Martyr, shrine of, pilgrimage to, 23, 119.

. See Canterbury.

St. Thomas the Martyr, of Acre, knights of, 96.

St. Vincent de Tyrosse, de Sancto Vincentio [Landes], good men of, 327.

St. Wulstan, relics of, 39.

Saintes. Xanctunge [Charente-Inférieure], 312, 437.

, bishop of, 315.

, bishopric of, 359.

, bishop and chapter of, 311.

, castle and town of, 311, 312.

, city and castle of, walling of, 312.

, letters patent dated at, 307, 308, 309, 310, 311, 312, 313, 337.

, merchants of, 359.

, ship of, 359.

. Notre Dame de, abbess of, 312.

— —, abbess and nuns of, 380.

. See Seyntes.

Saintonge, 308, 368, 395.

, the two archdeacons of, 315.

. king's enemies of, 380.

. Friars Minors of, 359.

, —, Emery warden of, 359.

Salacum. See Soulac.

Saladin. John. 160, 205.

Salamonis, Fulk, 499.

Salceto, Ralph de, 420.

. Robert de. 77.

Salebrun. See Sallebruneau.

Saleghull, See Salkeld.

Sales. Bakarius de, 403.

Salet. Bernard de. 81.

Salfleteby, Philip de, 230.

Salier, Arnulf son of, 101.

. Henry son of, 101.

Salinis, Imbert de, 413, 510.

. Stephen de, 503.

Salkeld, Saleghull, Cumberland, 294.

Sallawe. See Sawley.

Sallebruneau ?. Salebrun [Gironde]. St. John of Jerusalem, hospital of in, preceptor of, 349.

Salisbury. Saresbury [co. Wilts], bishop of. See Bingeham. Master Robert de: Eboraco, William de.

. bishopric of, 493, 494.

—. dean of. 494.

. dean and chapter of. 492, 495.

. diocese of, 13, 41, 204, 210, 227, 229, 230, 254, 271, 358.

, countess of. See Longespe, Ela.

, prebendaries of. See Bretun, Randolf le; Ebleburn, Master Thomas de; Passelewe, Robert; Sancto Martino, Master Laurence de.

, precentor of. See Sarisburia, Master Roger de.

, Master Edmund, treasurer of, elected archbishop of Canterbury, 27. See Abendon, Edmund de.

, treasurer of. See Carevill, Master R. de.

. See Sarum.

Salop, Salopsire, county of, 430, 465.

, archdeacon of, 330, 456, 467, 473.

, —. See Radenore, Master Peter de.

, demesnes in, 273.

, forest of, 474.

, men of, 254.

, sheriff of, 18, 19, 45, 225, 257, 276, 408, 431, 486, 491.

, —. See Haya Robert de; Lestrange, John.

Salopesbiry. See Shrewsbury.

Salopia, Richard de, canon, afterwards abbot of Lilleshall, 240.

Salsarius. See Sauser.

Salsemare, Saucusemer, Salsomari, Geoffrey de, Maud wife of, 359, 370

, Maud de, late the wife of William de Tylly, a Norman, 61.

Salso Marisco, Sautmareys, William de, 414, 466.

Salt, 311.

from Bordeaux, 44.

Saltfleetby. See Salfleteby.

Saltous, Roger de, 466.

Saltwood, Saltwude [co. Kent], church of, 377.

Salvata. See Sauvey.

Salvis, Ingus, 360.

, —, of Gimmerand [Guimaraens], 360.

Samated, A. R. de, 403.

Samford, Joan de, 295.

Sampford, Robert de, Master of the Knights Templars in England, 116, 147.

, Walter de, 470.

Sampson de Norhampton, Jew. See Jews.

, Jew of Canterbury. See Jews.

Sancerre, Sancer [Cher], Stephen de, knight of France, 23.

Sancta Agatha, Geoffrey de, 219.

, —, Nicholas his fellow, 219.

, Master Robert de, 236.

Sancta Brigida, Nicholas de, 140.

Sancta Columba, Bonafusus or Boniface, de, 138, 193.

Sancta Cruce, John de, 248.

, Martin de, presented to Litcham, 179.

, —, presented to Garsdon, 182.

Sancta Kiteria. See Ste. Quiterie.

Sancta Maria, William de, presented to the Vicarage of Norton, 212.

, —, presented to Acton, 417.

Sancta Trinitate, Roger de, 227.

Sancte Marie Ecolesia, Master William de, 149.

, —, prebendary of St. Paul's, London, 268, 371.

Sancto Albano, Henry de, 134, 177, 201.

, Joan de, 137.

, Laurence de, 423, 442, 462.

, Michael de, 219.

, Master Nicholas de, 388, 476.

, —, presented to the church of Wadenhoe, 299.

, —, presented to La Penne, 299.

, Richard de, 226.

, Master Robert de, prebendary of Bridgnorth, 211.

, William de, 295, 336.

, —, prebendary of St. Chad, Shrewsbury, 467.

, —, parson of St. Peter's, Winchcomb, 504.

Sancto Amando, Amaury de, the steward, 1, 7, 19–20, 26, 31, 52, 53, 55, 67, 102, 112, 115, 118, 161, 164, 186, 190, 196, 212, 219, 221, 231, 235, 236, 252.

, —, appointed sheriff of Hereford, 48.

, —, keeper of the forest of Dean, 48.

, —, constable of the castle of St. Briavels and of the forest of Dean, 55, 160, 175.

, —, constable of the county and castle of Hereford, 55, 175.

, —, Ralph de, his son, 53.

, John de, presented to Stockton, 229.

, —, prebendary of Bridgnorth, 230.

, Ralph de, 295, 443, 476.

Sancto Audomaro, Sancto Omero, Thomas de, warden of Yarmouth fair, 196, 232, 234.

Sancto Bosco. See Hollywood.

Sancto Bricio, William de, 10.

Sancto Dionisio, Ralph de, 327.

, Robert de, 20.

Sancto Edmundo, Sancto Eadmundo, Adam de, presented to Muleton, 19.

, Walter de, sacristan, afterwards abbot of Peterborough, 20.

, William de, 30, 164, 202, 221, 247, 262, 293.

, —, Constance wife of, 510.

Sancto Edwardo, Reginald de, 284.

Sancto Egidio, John de, 214.

, Thomas de, 235.

Sancto Emilione, John de, king's carpenter, porter of the castle of Bordeaux, 346.

, —, wife of, 346.

Sancto Erardo, Peter de, 113.

Sancto Fermerio. See Ferme.

Sancto Georgio, Oliver de, 99, 101.

, Peter de, 99, 107, 132.

, Robert de, 477.

, —, Pernell wife of, 477.

, William de, 443.

Sancto Govesio, John de, merchant of, 480.

Sancto Hillario, Henry de, 52.

Sancto Hysario de Ortoislano, de. See St. Hilaire du Taillan.

Sancto Jacobo super Beveron. See St. James de Beuvron.

Sancto Johanne, B. de, 403.

, Iter Ferun de. See Ferun.

, Richard de, 49.

, Robert de, 1, 333, 464.

, William de, 1, 28.

See St. Jean d' Angely.

Sancto Johanne Castellensis. See St. Jean de la Castel.

Sancto Leodegario, Reginald de, presented to Pimperne, 210.

, William de, 451.

Sancto Lupertio, Peter de, 121, 122.

Sancto Maclovio. See St. Malo.

Sancto Martino, Abel de, 448, 449, 467.

, Henry de, 277.

, Master Laurence de, 409, 446, 454, 455, 463, 487.

, —, presented to Faccombe, 433.

, —, prebendary of Chichester, 448. 449.

—,, —, archdeacon of Coventry, 467.

—,—, prebendary of Lichfield, 467.

, —, prebendary of Grantham, 494.

, —, presented to Llanbadarn-Fawr, 488.

, —, prebendary of Salisbury, 492.

, Master Richard de, 197.

, Robert de, 421.

, William de, brother of Laurence de, presented to Culard (Coleraine), 429.

Sancto Mauro, Seint Mor, Sein Mor, Semor, Geoffrey de, 57, 222, 337.

, Nicholas de, 295.

Sancto Milione. See St. Emilion.

Sancto Neoto, Master Richard de, presented to Edingthorpe, co. Norfolk, 376.

Sancto Nicholao, Master Laurence de. 94.

, —, prebendary of Lincoln, 96.

Sancto Omero. See Sancto Audomaro.

Sancto Paterno. See Llanbadarn-Fawr.

Sancto Paulo, Henry de, 463.

Sancto Philiberto, Geoffrey de, 86, 92.

, Philip de, 337, 452.

Sancto Quintino, John de, 110, 452.

[St. Quentin de Baron, Gironde], William de, 402.

Sancto Romano, Artaud de, 281, 394, 416, 437.

, —, presented to Shalford, 268.

, Peter de, 222.

Sancto Richero, Lambert de, 98.

Sancto Sampsone, Ralph de, 430.

Sancto Severo, Bertram de, 322.

Sancto Theoderio, Master Hugh de, presented to Hampstead Marshal, 254.

Sancto Walerico, Forminus de, 461.

Sana, Sane, John de, 449.

Sandford, Henry de, bishop of Rochester [1227 to 1235], 41, 43, 45, 47, 48, 55, 59, 65, 71.

Sandleford, Sandreford [co. Berks], 63.

, letters patent dated at, 20, 63, 71, 85, 89, 133, 214, 492.

Sandon, Master John de, king's cook, 294, 340.

Sandwich, Sandwyz [co. Kent], 172, 274, 293, 360, 480.

, barons of, 92, 179, 187, 400.

, chamberlain of, 167.

, letters patent dated at, 103.

, port of, 404.

, prise of wine in, 63.

, ship of, 14.

Sane. See Sana.

Sankaya [Sankey, co. Lancaster], Jordan de, 475.

Santiago [Spain], pilgrimage to, 36, 94, 98, 105, 106, 138, 139, 140, 178, 211, 370, 371, 377, 383, 475.

Sapcote, Ralph de, 433.

Saphir, Simon, 122.

Sapindon. See Sappington.

Sapphire, 43.

Sappington, Sapindon [in Petham, co. Kent], 269.

Saracens, 207.

Saracenus, Sarracenus, John, prebendary of Bridgnorth, 230.

, —, dean of Wells [1238– 1250], 208, 367.

, Peter, the Roman citizen, 32, 33, 109, 147, 235, 398, 412, 450.

, —, John son of, presented to Cressingham, 190.

, Peter, son of Peter, 372.

, —, presented to Congresbury, 398.

Sardelawe. See Shardelawe.

Saresbury. See Salisbury.

Sark, Serc, Serk, king's champart in, 83.

, St. Mary's Church, 83.

See Channel Islands.

Sarra, John son of, 111.

Sarracenus. See Saracenus.

Sarisburia, Sarrisburia, Richard de, 234.

, Master Roger de, precentor of Salisbury, 56.

, —, —, afterwards bishop of Bath and Wells, 369, 425.

Sarum or Sarisburia [co. Wilts], castle of, 172, 178, 331, 364.

, —, constable of. See Haveresham, Nicholas de; Hogesham, Robert de; Lambruschard, Gerard de.

, king's prison at, 323.

See Salisbury.

Sascy. See Sacy.

Saubanac [Saubagnac, Landes], Peter de, 403.

Saubaudia. See Sabaudia.

Saubion[Landes], good men of, 327.

Saubusse, Sabussa [Landes], good men of, 327.

Saucier. See Sauser.

Saucusemar. See Salsemare.

Saugham, Hugh de, 133.

, —, Isabel his wife, 133.

Saukevill, Bartholomew de, 452.

Sault-de-Navailles, Saut [Basses Pyrénées], 511.

, castle of, 382, 388, 498.

, lands of, 388.

, walling of, 498.

Sault-de-Navailles, Saut, Peter Arnaldi de. See Arnaldi.

Saunford, Hugh de, 36.

, Nicholas de, 297.

, Master Robert de, Master of the Knights Templars in England, 47, 424.

, Sampson de, parson of Wootton, Kent, 243.

Saunzaver, Constance, 396.

, Hugh, 104.

Sauser, Saucier, Salsarius, Master Adam le, 241, 376, 396.

, Geoffrey the, 295.

, Master Walter le, 369.

, Master William le, 366.

Saut, Arnald de, 498, 511.

See Chapelein, Arnald le.

, —, Raymond his son, 511.

, R. A. de, 404.

See Sault de Navailles; Arnaldi.

Sautmareys. See Salso Marisco.

Sauvage, Robert le, constable of the castle of Bramber, 558.

, —, — of Knepp, 58.

, —, — of Pevensey, 59.

, William le, 362.

Sauve Majeure [Gironde], 339, 344.

, rector of, 191, 192.

, abbot of, 328, 330.

, letters patent dated at, 334, 335, 336, 339, 340, 341, 342, 345, 348, 349, 366.

Sauvey, de Salvata [co. Rutland], castle of, 69, 100, 478.

Sauveye. See Sabaudia.

Sauz, Bernard de, 194.

See Sault; Saut.

Savernake [co. Wilts], forest of, 20, 488.

Savigny le Vieux [Manche], abbot of, 400.

Savoy, Amadeus, count of, and marquess in Italy, 469.

, —, son of. See Valence, W. bishop elect of.

See also Sabaudia.

Sawley, Sallawe [co. Derby], letters patent dated at, 198.

Saxony, 240.

Say, William de, 131, 222, 297, 464.

Scacario, John de, prebendary of South Malling, 252.

Scacgernun, Scackernun, Richard de, Maud wife of, 105, 108.

Scalby, near Scarborough, Haterberg in the parish of Scalleby [co. York], 459.

Scandleby [Skendleby, co. Lincoln], Walter de, 449.

Scarborough, Scardeburg [co. York], 86.

, castle of, 15, 168, 286.

, —, constable of. See Alan, Brian son of; Geoffrey, John son of.

, Cukewaldhill in, 459.

, Miluebec in, 459.

, forest of, 52.

, Friars Minors of, 459.

, St. Thomas, house of, 86.

Scardeclive, William de, 24.

Scaudeford. See Shalford.

Sceiland, Sceyland. See Steland.

Schaceporc. See Chaceporc.

Schet. See Chute.

Schools, 260.

Schorestan. See Sherston.

Scilly, Sulye, Alan, prior of, afterwards abbot of Tavistock, 18.

Scissor. See Tailor.

Scole?, Osmundeston [co. Norfolk], 247.

Scosson. See Escossan.

Scot, Escot, Gilbert le, 295.

, John le, earl of Chester and Huntingdon, 81, 135, 184, 185, 186, 189, 206, 209, 224, 234.

, —, Clemence, countess of Chester. his wife, 134.

, —, sisters of, 234.

, Ralph le, hospitaller, 220, 221.

Scotby, Scotteby [co. Cumberland], 294.

Scotland and the Scots, 89, 302, 304, 423, 443, 454.

, accomplices of William de Mariscis from, 187.

, earls of, 447.

king of. See Alexander II; William.

, —, Margaret sister of Alexander II. SeeBurgo, Hubert de, Margaret wife of.

, J[oan] queen of, sister of Henry III. See Joan.

, Irish army for, 431.

Scotteby. See Scotby.

Scrutevill, Escrutevill, John de, 180.

, William de, 175.

Scureby. See Sowerby.

Scusan. See Escossan.

Scutella, a porringer, 5.

, —, with a foot, 5.

Seacroft, Secroft [co. York], 278, 283.

Seal, used in the chancery during the king's absence abroad, to be the Exchequer seal, 290.

, in the Exchequer during the king's absence, to be a privy seal of the king, 290.

, Great, Keeper of. See Burgo, William de; Crassus, Richard; Lexinton, John de; Maunsel, John.

, surrendered by Ralph de Neville, 231.

, privy, 226.

, secret, 81.

Secheford, Nicholas de, 371.

, —, Agnes daughter of, 371.

Secroft. See Seacroft.

Secta, issue, 74.

Seculer, Master Alexander le, 227, 228, 244, 245, 248, 330, 409, 412, 417, 439, 489.

Secusia, Suse, Master Henry de, 241, 375, 409, 411, 412, 417, 418, 437, 439, 442.

, —, presented to Monkton, 240.

, —, warden of St. Cross, Winchester, 249, 252.

, —, prior of Antibes, 238, 274, 276, 279.

, John de, presented to Crick, 238.

, —, presented to Ripley, co. Surrey, 239.

Sedbergh. See Sadberge.

Sedgrave. See Segrave.

Sedirak, R. de, 403.

Séez [Orne], Peter, abbot of, 261.

Segin, Segini, Segyn, Seguin, Vital, 405.

, William, de Ryon [lord of Rions], 319, 335, 339, 370, 372, 471.

Segrave, Sedgrave, Gilbert de, 31, 478.

, —, constable of the castle of Bolsover, 10.

, —, constable of the castle of Kenilworth, 280, 284, 294, 419.

, —, justice of the forest south of Trent, 288, 300, 333, 427, 442.

, Stephen de, justiciary of England, 3, 4, 7, 9, 11, 12, 13, 14, 16, 29, 47, 54, 61, 133, 185, 241, 246, 262.

, —, justice of Chester, 188.

Seguin. See Segin.

Segur, William, 194.

, —, Amelia his wife, 408.

Seignerun Espes,Seygnorun, king's serjeant [provost of Meilhan, Lot et Garonne], 374.

Sein Mor. See Sancto Mauro.

Seinak, Arnald de, 327.

Seingeham. See Seningham.

Seingirum de Prato. See St. Girons.

Seint Gorhs. See Saint Geours de Marenne.

Seins Gyrons. See St. Girons.

Seint Mor. See Sancto Mauro.

Seintamur, Seynt Amur, Master William de, 274, 276, 279.

Seinusse. See St. Martin-de-Seignaux.

Selby, Seleby [co. York], David, monk of, 460.

, Guy, monk of, 460.

, prior and convent of, 460.

, Hugh, monk, afterwards abbot of, 461.

Selebrech, Iter, 316.

Seleby, Hugh de, 452.

See Selby.

Seles, Richard de, 490.

, Geoffrey de his father, 490.

See Zeals.

Selewude. See Selwood.

Sellinge?, Serlinges [co. Kent], port of, 60.

Selveston. See Silverstone.

Selwood, Selewude [co. Somerset and Wilts], forest of, 326, 490.

Seman, king's balister, 229.

Semor, Nicholas, 295.

See Sancto Mauro.

Semperingham [co. Lincoln], letters patent dated at, 160.

Sena, James de, 303.

See Siena.

Senevill, John de, 472.

, William de, 443.

Seningham, Seingeham, Anelard de, 357.

, John, 466.

Senonibus, Master William de, 162.

, canon of Bayeux, 135.

Sens, Senonensis [Yonne, France], archbishop of, 22, 45.

, bishop of, 213.

Septon. See Shepton.

Serbat, P., 405.

Serjant, Ernadet, 61.

, Walter le, 15.

Serjeants, 93.

Serk. See Sark.

Serlinges. See Sellinge.

Serlobin, R. W. de, 403.

Sernensis. See Cernès.

Sesso, Philip de, 219.

Sestercium of wine, 249.

Seubist, Domingho de, 403.

, John de, 403.

See Soubise.

Sevenoaks, Sevenhak [co. Kent], church of, 255.

Seygnorun. See Seignerun.

Seyngnaux without Bayonne.See St. Martin de Seignaux.

Seysel, Imbert de, 497.

Sezanina, Leoninus de, 454.

Seyntes [Saintes, Charente-Inférieure], Theobald de, 277.

Seyvylla, John de, 320.

Shaftesbury [co. Dorset], 304.

, St. Edward's abbey, 301, 329, 330, 483, 484, 489, 493.

, —, abbess of, 324.

, —, Agnes de Ferrariis, abbess of, 396, 484, 489, 495, 497.

, —, Agnes Lungespe, nun of Wherwell, abbess of, 397.

, —, Amicia, abbess of, jewels of, 416.

, —, prioress and convent of, 324, 480, 493.

, —, advowson of, 324.

, St. James, church of, 489.

Shalford, Scaudeford [co. Surrey], church of, 268.

Shap, Hep [co. Westmoreland], 162.

Shardelaawe, Shepwyk [co. Dorset], church of, 230.

Shardelawe, Sardelowe, Master Robert de, 426, 472, 476.

Shelfhanger, Eudo de, 335, 500.

, Hugh de, 296.

Shelford [co. Nottingham], prior of, 119.

Shelton, Robert de, Ela wife of, 351.

Shenley, Shenle, co. Hertford, 162.

Shepeston. See Shepton Montague.

Shepherd. See Bercher.

Shepton, Septon [co. Somerset], 106.

Shepton Montague, Shepeston [co. Somerset], 41.

Shepway, Sypeweye, Shipweye [co. Kent], court of, 303, 305.

Shepwyk. See Shapwick.

Sherborn, Syreburn, 84.

Sherborne, Sireburn, Shyreborne [co. Dorset], castle of, 245.

, —, constable of. See Langeford, Richard de.

, Henry, abbot of, 250, 303.

, John de Hele, monk, afterwards abbot of, 304.

, Laurence de Bradford, monk, afterwards abbot of, 492.

, prior and convent of, 475, 492.

Sherborne, Shireburne [co. Gloucester], 17.

Sherburn [co. York], letters patent dated at, 158, 435.

Sheriffs, curtailment of powers of, 7.

, exemption from jurisdiction of, 24.

Sherston, Shorestun, Schoreston, co. Wilts, 182, 239, 354.

, advowson of, 354.

Sherwood, Shirewude, Syrwude [co. Nottingham], forest of, 14, 82.

Shete, Robert de, 337.

Ships, Baonneys, 125.

, Benalee, 85.

, Benedicite of St. Malo, 355.

, la Blome of Dunwich, 366.

, Blyth, 88.

, La Brette, king's ship, 328.

, Cavoyr, Darquasson, 382.

, Columbe la, 137.

, Curtepie, 105.

, La Damesele, 88, 465.

, La Effree, 88.

, La Faucun, 88.

, La Fere, 88.

, Fluriet or Fluriette, 310, 365.

, Gladyghyne, 98.

, Heitee or Heyte, 105, 363.

, Le Holoc, 88.

, Hulc, 108.

, la Jonette, 301.

, Legerepe cog, 307.

, Mariot, 114.

, Rosete, 105.

, St. George, halop, 310.

, St. Mary, 22.

, The ship of St. Mary, 61.

, St. Mary of Exeter, 326.

, St. Mary of Guernsey, 306.

, St. Michael, 88.

, La Salvee of Rye, 98.

Shipston on Stour? Sypton [co. Worcester], 119.

Shipton, Shypton [co. Oxford], 194.

Shipton. See Skipton in Craven.

Shipweye. See Shepway.

Shireburne. See Sherborne.

Shirewude. See Sherwood.

Shirland, Shirlond [co. Derby], 371.

Shitestoke. See Shustoke.

Shobbiry. See Shoebury.

Shoebury? Shobbiry [co. Essex], 34.

Shopland [co. Essex], 154.

Shoreham, Sorham [co. Kent], dean of, 255.

Shorestan, co. Wilts. See Sherston.

Shotindon, Sotindon, Nicholas de, canon, afterwards prior of St. Gregory's, Canterbury, 255, 256.

, Robert de, 157, 159, 173, 443.

, —, presented to Mersham, 289.

, —, dean of Chester, 447, 452.

, —, presented to Peasemarsh, 509.

Shotwick [co. Chester], king's houses of, 465.

Shrawardine, Shrewardin [co. Salop], castle of, 426.

Shrewsbury, Salopesbyry [co. Salop], 3, 4, 24, 26, 32, 38, 43, 153, 154, 186, 246, 256, 462, 466.

, abbey of, 433.

, bailiffs of,26, 276.

, castle of, 168.

, —, constable of. See Lestrange, John.

, —, keeper of,See Aldithele, Henry de; Cantilupo, William de; Lacy, John de.

, good men of, 432, 456.

, letters patent dated at, 3, 4, 233, 255, 256, 257.

, murage for, 23, 118, 448.

, St. Chad's, prebendaries of. See Cantuaria, Henry de; Coleneneham, William de; Kancia, Wibert de; Sancto Albano, William de.

, St. Giles without, lepers' hospital of, 459.

,St. Juliana, chapel of, prebendaries of, 486.

, —, — See Bataile, William; Dubleteste, Adam.

, St. Mary's church, 4.

, St. Peter's, Adam prior, afterwards abbot of, 433.

Shustoke, Shitestoke [co. Warwick], letters patent dated at, 258.

Shypton, Thomas de, 194.

See Shipton.

Shyreborne. See Sherborne.

Shyricheshull wood. See Tolleshunt.

Sibethorp, Robert de. 297.

Sicily and Jerusalem, king of. See Frederic II.

Siclingehal, Sicklelingehal, Sigelimgeham, Sélingeham, Robert de, templar, 221, 457, 474.

, —, treasurer of the Temple, London, 449, 453, 507.

Sideburgbroc. See Brook Street,

Siena, Sena [Italy], 106, 255, 401, 452, 470.

, citizens and merchants of, 239, 282, 411, 416.

, Ranuchius Barboti and his fellows of. See Barboti.

, Bonencuntre of. See Bonencuntre.

, Frederick Orlandi of. See Orlandi.

, merchants of. See Petri, Reyner.

See also Florence.

Sifrewast, William de, 297.

Silevayn, Gerard, 206.

Silingeham. See Siclingehale.

Sillak. See Chiliak.

Silverstone, Selveston [co. Northampton], 102.

, letters patent dated at, 156, 163.

Silvestre, Dan, 360.

, John, 307, 367.

, —, presented to Rossington, 271.

Simeon, Henry son of Henry, 251.

Simon, dean of Chester, 244.

, Master, the king's cook, 51.

, John son of, 299.

, Martin son of, de Beneflete, 507.

, Richard son of, 3, 25, 123.

, —, Simon son of, 3.

, Simon son of, 201.

[Simonetti,]Symonet, Hugh, of Florence, 303.

Sinceris, Peter de, 403.

Sireburn. See Sherborne.

Sisseverne, William de, 372, 394.

Siward, Syward, Suward, Suhard, an apostate Friar Preacher, 248, 262.

, Richard, 25, 26, 27, 36, 49, 58, 89, 95, 96, 158, 296, 315.

, — [Philippa wife of, relict of Henry de Novo Burgo], countess of Warwick, 36.

, —, constable of the castle of Bolsover, 53, 56, 65.

, —, constable of the land of Glamorgan with the castles of Cardiff and Newport, 53.

, —, constable of the castle of Swansea, 61.

See Sudwardus.

Sixilleby, Hugh de, 423.

Skayl, Richard, prebendary of Hereford, 73.

Skendleby, co. Lincoln. See Scandleby.

Skenfrith, Skenefrith, Sceneffrit, Skenefrit [co. Monmouth], castle of, 58, 445.

, —, constable of. See Rivallis, Peter de; Teutonicus, Walrand.

, honor of. See Grosmont.

, church of, 460.

Skipsea, Skipse in Heudernesse [co. York], castle of, 258.

Skipton in Craven, Shipton in Cravene [co. York], castle of, 258.

Slaughter, Sloctres, Sloutre [co. Gloucester], 233.

, Alexander Miller, of, 87.

Sleaford, Lafford [co.Lincoln], castle of, 100.

Slindon [co. Sussex], church of, 372.

, vicarage of, 383.

Sloctres, See Slaughter.

Slotes, Leoninus de, 98.

Sloudon in the New Forest [co Southampton], 309, 368.

Sloutre, Adam de, 153.

See Slaughter.

Smith, Faber, Roger, 418.

, William, of Cosby, 468.

Snaith, Snayth [co. York], 272.

Snaudon, Snawedon.See Snowdon.

Snayth. See Snaith.

Snead, Sneth [co. Montgomery], castle of, 18.

, —, constable of. See Boeles, William de.

Snelston, Snelleston [co. Derby], 371.

Sneth. See Snead.

Snoth, Thomas de, merchant of Gisors, 302.

Snowdon, Snaudon, Wales, lord of.See Llewelin.

Snowdon, Snaudon [co. Carnarvon] Holy Spirit hospital, prior and brethren of, 146.

Socage, 156.

Soillac. See Soulac.

Solacius, of St. Peter's, Oleron, 321, 352.

Solacum. See Soulac.

Sole. See Soule.

Solariis, Soliis, Solers, Solio, Richard de, 25.

, Roger de, 270.

, Rostand de, citizen of Bordeaux, 9, 22, 47, 49, 87, 91, 129, 132, 138, 245, 252, 263.

, —, seneschal of Gascony, 259, 306, 310, 312, 315, 317, 318, 321, 322, 325, 337, 341, 342, 345, 346, 361, 363, 364, 471, 472, 473, 487.

, —, surrenders the seneschalcy of Gascony, 10 Nov. 1242, 345.

Somerset sessions in, 298.

, sheriff of, 123, 173, 198, 370, 458.

, —, appointment of, 50.

, — See Cyrencestre, Thomas de; Langeford, Richard de; Nicholas, Henry son of; Vivona, Hugh de.

Somerton, Sumertun [co. Somerset], 70.

Soreby. See Sowerby.

Sorell', Peter de, 138.

Sorham. See Shoreham.

Sort ?, Sout [Landes], good men of, 327.

Soston. See Soustons.

Soterton, Robert de, 296.

Sotindon. See Shotindon.

Sotherton, Sutherton [co. Suffolk], 33.

Sotthred, William, 115.

Soubise,Subisiensis [Charente-Inférieure], prior and convent of, 309.

. See Seubist.

Soulac, Soillac, Solacum [Gironde], St. Mary's abbey, prior and monks of, 21.

, prior of, 136, 161, 205.

. abbey of, 393.

, town of, 393.

Soule, Sole, Sule [Basses Pyrénées], vicomte of, 339, 389.

Souleby, Henry de, 255.

Soumensac, Sumenzac [Lot et Garonne], lord of. See Bovis Villa, Bernard de.

Soustons, Soston [Landes], good men of, 327.

Sout. See Sort.

Southampton, Sudhampton, Suhamton [co. Southampton], 3, 85, 88, 105, 133, 149, 175, 263, 301, 360, 369.

, castle of, 471.

, —, constable of. See Passelewe, William.

, chamberlain of, 167.

, good men of, 86, 88, 92.

, hospital of, called God's House, 39.

, letters patent dated at, 88, 132.

, mayor of. See Ace, Benedict.

, mayor and bailiffs of, 273.

, mayor and good men of, 471.

, prise of wines in, 63, 86, 88.

, St. Denys, subprior and convent of, 24.

, —, Adam, cellarer of, 24.

, —, Michael, sacristan of, 24.

, —, Rowland, canon, afterwards, prior of, 25.

, St. Mary Magdalen, hospital for lepers, 289.

Southampton, county of, forest of, 452.

,—, justices in eyre for, 451.

, sheritf of, 23, 89, 131, 142, 180, 250, 274, 284, 408, 413, 439, 442, 462.

,—, See Insula, Geoffrey de; Nicholas, Henry son of; Passelewe, Robert; Sacy, Emery de.

Southwark, Suwerch, Sutwerk [co. Surrey], tallage of, 169.

, St. Gregory's, church of, 260.

Southwick, Suwik [co. Southampton], St. Mary's priory, Walkelin, prior of, 118.

, —, Henry, canon of, 118.

, —, Matthew, canon of, 118.

, —, —, canon, afterwards prior of, 120, 131.

, Suwik, co. Wilts, park of, 490.

Sowerby, Sowreby. Scureby, Soreby [co. Cumberland], 199, 213, 219, 226, 294.

, church of, 197.

Sowerby Castle, Castel Soureby [co. Cumberland], church of, 175.

Spain, 310, 321.

, cloth from, 358.

, rouncey from, 350.

, sea of, 247.

. See Aragon; Castile.

Spaldewic, Spaldingwich, William de, 211, 450.

, —, abbot of Colchester, 451.

Spalding [co. Lincoln], prior of, 284.

Spaldingwich. See Spaldewic.

Sparra, Aquelin Willelmi de. See Willelmi.

Sparre. See Lesparre.

Spechole, Richard de, 463.

Sperun. See Lesparre.

Spetchley. See Espechleye.

Spigurnel, G., 80.

Nicholas, 424.

Spilard, Joceus, 302.

[Spiney,] Lespinay, Stephen de, 511.

Sport (riveare), 511.

Spurs, gilt, rent of, 110.

Stafford, abbot and convent of, 286.

, rectius Stratford, q.r.

, gaol, 76.

, men of, 26.

, murage for, 26.

, St. Mary's, the king's free chapel, 420, 475.

, —, dean of, 420.

Stafford, county, 430.

, archdeacon of, 312.

, Master R., archdeacon of, 278, 299.

, — See Stafford, Master Robert de.

, demesnes in, 273.

, escheator in, 493.

, forest of, 474.

, men of, 254.

, sheriff of, 1, 278, 491.

, — See Haya, Robert de; Lestrange, John.

Stafford, Henry de, 153, 181, 200.

, Master Robert de, archdeacon of Stafford [278, 299, 312], 454.

, Walter de, 384.

Stagunnyng. See Powerscourt.

Stalham, William de, 119, 304.

Stamford, Staunford [co. Lincoln], 107. 139, 222, 269, 412, 426, 485.

, bailiffs of, 270, 277.

, bailiffs and good men of, 279.

, bridge of, 511.

, fair of, 139, 270, 277, 448, 449, 457.

, St. Giles, lepers' hospital of, 40, 430.

Stamford. See Oxford.

Stamford Baron [co. Northampton], St. Michael's, nuns of, 1.

Stamford Bridge, de Ponte Belli [co. York], manor of, 405.

Stanbroc, William de, 282.

Standon, 132.

Stanes, William de, 295, 358, 364.

Stanes. See Stone.

Stanford in the Vale [co. Berks], letters patent dated at, 485.

Stanford, John de, Ellen wife of, 297.

, —, Gervase his son, 297.

Stanham [Stonham, co. Suffolk], William de, 372.

Stanley, Stanlegh, co. Wilts, abbot of, 232, 255, 458.

Stanley, North?, Stanleg [co. York], church of, 21.

Stanmere, Thomas son of Adam de, 382.

Stannary. See Cornwall; Devon.

Stansted, John son of Laurence de, 89.

Stanton, Fenny, Stanton [co. Huntingdon], 210, 214.

Stapele, Hunald de, seneschal of the countess of Boulogne, 96.

, John de, 295.

Staundon, 508.

Staunford, Peter de, 481.

, Master Richard de, prebendary of Lincoln, 94, 96.

[Stanford, co. Essex], Simon de, 483.

, Thomas de, 510.

See Stamford.

Staunton, Adam de, 157, 465.

, Walter de, 124, 250.

, William de, 79.

Stavangre [near Wherwell], co. Southampton, 452.

Stavele, Adam de, constable of the castle and honor of Knaresborough, 52, 94.

Stavenesby, Alexander de [1225 to 1238], bishop of Coventry and Lichfield, 4, 24, 41, 43, 45, 55, 59, 64, 74, 76, 102, 111, 115, 136, 144, 153, 166, 182, 188, 240.

, Master Reginald, official of, 118.

Stavere. See Stovre.

Stavoren, Friesland. See Stovre.

Stebbing, Stubing [co. Essex], 131.

Steeping, Steping [co. Lincoln], church of, vicarage of, 260.

Steepleton, Stepleton [co. Dorset], church of, 41.

Steinton, Walter de, 342.

Steland, Steyland, Sceland, Sceiland, Sceyland, Esteiland, Esteyland, Esteilland, Master Simon de, alias le Norman, proctor at Rome, 11, 12, 32, 33, 51, 146, 147, 163, 183, 193, 198, 206, 208, 209, 223, 225, 229, 231, 232, 233, 238, 270.

, —, archdeacon of Norfolk, 183.

, —, presented to the archdeaconry of Norfolk, 206.

, —, papal chaplain, 209.

, —, the king's special clerk, 229.

Stephen, Thomas son of, 506, 508.

Steping. See Steeping.

Stepleton. See Steepleton.

Sterteford, Philip de, 34.

Steventon, Stivinton [co. Bedford ?], 38.

Steward, the. See Nicholas, Ralph son of.

Stiek, Walter son of Walter, 167.

, —, Hugh his brother, 167.

Stikeswald. See Stixwold.

Stisac [Estissac, Dordogne], Geoffrey de, 344.

, —, Viger his brother, 344.

, Guy de, 344.

Stivinton. See Steventon.

Stixwold, Stikeswald [co. Lincoln], master and nuns of, 17.

Stoccebrok, Robert de, 500.

Stoch, Walter le, Maud his daughter, 421.

Stockholt, Stokholt [in Akeley parish, co. Buckingham ?], 125.

Stockton, Stocton [co. Wilts], church of, 229.

Stocton, Hugh de, treasurer of the New Temple, London, 2, 61, 75, 81, 116, 188, 209, 211, 212, 217, 218, 221, 222, 230, 275, 277, 278, 281, 282, 287.

Stocton. See Stockton.

Stocwell without Bedford, hospital of, 2.

Stocwell, Geoffrey de, mayor of Oxford, 198.

, Nicholas de son of Richard de, 453.

Stoke, diocese of Coventry, church of, 96.

Stoke Courcy, Stokecurcy [co. Somerset], castle of, 483.

, —, constable of. See Mer, Henry de la; Wingeham, Henry de.

Stoke Gifford, Stokes [co. Gloucester], 115.

Stokes, Gilbert de, parson of St. Ewe, 217.

, John de, 162.

, Master Robert de, 418.

, William de, 510.

, —, Joel his son, 510.

Stokes. See Stoke Gifford.

Stokhill, Geoffrey de, 119.

Stokholt, 125.

Stone, Stanes [co. Stafford], Gilbert prior of, afterwards abbot of Haughmond, 256, 257.

Stone bridge, 498.

— houses. See Jews.

Stonesfield, Stontefeld [co. Oxford], king's chapel of, Joseph chaplain of, 233.

Stontefeld. See Stonesfield.

Stopham, Robert de, 417.

Storteford, Philip de, 89.

Stortford, Bishops, Storteford [co. Hertford], church of, 355, 356.

Stottesden, Stotesdon [co. Hereford], church of, 426.

Stouth, Robert de, 454.

Stovre, Stavere [Stavoren, Friesland], Alan de, 107.

, Edmond de, 107.

, Gerard de, 307.

Stow, Stowe [co. Lincoln?], fair of, 23.

Stowa, John de, 253.

Stradlegh, John de, 337.

Strafford. See Stratford atte Bow.

Straford. See Stratford.

Strange. See Lestrange.

Stratford, Straford, Strafford [co. Essex], 330.

, abbot of, 87, 89, 211, 271, 331.

, abbot and convent of, 286.

, prioress and nuns of, 493.

Stratford atte Bow, Strafford, Straford [co. Essex], letters patent dated at, 14, 15, 95, 96, 211.

Stratton, See Stretton.

Strattonedale, See Strettondale.

Strattonedale, See Strettondale.

Strecche, Thomas, 340.

Stretton, Stratton[co. Salop], 18, 224.

, church of, 473.

Stretton, Strattondale [co. Salop], 18.

, church of, 190.

Stretton, Thomas de, prebendary of Wells, 398.

Strettondale, Strattonedale [co. Salop], defence of, 18.

Striguil, Strigoyll, Struguill, Strygoyl [co. Monmouth], 86, 419.

, castle of, 48, 65, 254, 468, 484.

, —, constable of, 254.

, —, — See Tieis, Walerand le.

, letters patent dated at, 6.

, tournament at, 136.

See Chepstow.

Stubing. See Stebbing.

Sturmy, Esturmi, Esturmy, Esturmin, Adam, constable of the king's castle under Lyme, 61, 233.

, Geoffrey, 461, 480.

, —, Richard de, brother of Geoffrey, 461.

, Gerald, mayor of St. Emilion, 368.

Stutevill, John de, 460.

, Nicholas de, 30.

, William de, 39, 235.

See Scrutevill.

Subiry in Hamme, Essex,87,211, 271, 286.

Subiry, See Sudbury.

Subisiensis.See Soubise.

Sudbury, Subiry [co. Suffolk], St. Bartholomew's priory, cell to Westminster, 282.

Sudbury?, Subiry [co. Suffolk], 84.

Sudhampton, See Southampton.

Sudley, Ralph de, 17.

Sudwardus, knight, 393.

See Siward.

Suffolk, archdeacon of, 157.

, justices in eyre in, 462.

, sheriff of, 192, 252, 304, 422.

, —See Brus, Robert de; Hemmegrave, Thomas de; Ingaldesthorp, Thomas de; Passelevve, Hamo.

Suff', John de, warden of the hospital of St. John, East Bridge, Canterbury, 275.

Suhamton. See Southampton.

Suhard. See Siward.

Sulby, Suleby, co. Northampton, 96.

Sule. See Soule.

Suleby. See Sulby.

Suleny, Sulleny, Alberic de, 322.

, Alvred de, 118, 464.

Sulye. See Scilly.

Sumalling. See Malling, South.

Sumenzac. See Soumensac.

Sumercotes, John son of Alan de, 156.

, Master L. de, 509.

, Master Robert, envoy to Rome, 95, 134, 156.

, —, presented to Medburn, 173.

, —, presented to Morston, 176.

Sumery, Roger de, 456.

, William de, 511.

Sumerton, Robert de, 457.

Sumerton. See Somerton.

Sumervill, William de, 278, 283.

Sumery, Roger de, 60, 294, 408, 469.

, —, Nicholaa his wife, sister and heir of the earl of Arundel, 408.

Sundresle, Richard de, 475.

Sunevill, Sunnevill, Arnald de, 344.

, Emery de, 344.

, John de, 344.

Suningwell, Geoffrey de, 379.

, Nicholas de, 379.

Sunninges, Elias de, 228.

Surevill, Robert de, 97.

Surgeon, Master David, the, 267.

Surgères [Charente-Inférieurre], Sibyl, lady of, 307.

Surlof, Aubrey, Juscelina wife of, 122.

See Jews.

Surrey, Luke, archdeacon of, 166, 226.

, archdeacon of, 260, 268, 376, 379, 401, 411.

, earl of. See Warenna, William de.

, justices in eyre in, 136.

, sheriff of, 287, 340, 380, 439, 442.

, — See Bathonia, Henry de; Camois, Ralph de; Echingeham, Simon de; Gatesden, John de.

Susa [Piedmont], abbot of, 445.

, town of, 469.

Suse. See Secusia.

Sussex, castle-guard rents of Dover in, 300.

, justices in eyre in, 108.

, lands of the honour of Laigle in, 58.

, sheriff of, 66, 392, 419.

, — See Bathonia, Henry de; Camois, Ralph de; Echingeham, Simon de; Gatesden, John de.

Sutfeld, Master Walter de, bishop of Norwich [1244 to 1257], 431.

Sutherton. See Sotherton.

Suthkeleseye. See Kelsey, South.

Suthon. See Sutton.

Sutor. See Cobbler.

Sutton Courtney,Sutton [co. Berks], 282.

Sutton at Hone ? Sutton [co. Kent], letters patent dated at, 62, 90, 93, 134, 175.

Sutton Bishops, Sutton [co. Southampton], letters patent dated at, 229.

Sutton, Suthon, Robert, 337.

,Robert son of Richard de, 373.

, Robert son of Rowland de, 296.

, Siger de, 206.

, Stephen de, presented to Stanley, 21.

Thomas de, king's chaplain, 294.

, William de, 141.

Sutwerk, John de, presented to Ingworth, 496.

See Southwark.

Suward. See Siward.

Suwell, See Siward.

, Richard de, monk of Christ. church, Canterbury, abbot of Cerne, 421, 422.

, Simon de, 57.

Suwerch. See Southwark.

Suwik. See Southwick.

Suwode, John de, 493.

Sveyn, John, 127.

,—, Christiana his wife, 127.

Swallowfield, Swalefeld [co. Berks], 423.

, Swansea, Sweynescye [co. Glamorgan], castle of, 61.

,—, constable of. See Trubleville, Henry de; Gaugy, William de; Siward, Richard.

, —, honor of, 61.

, constables and bailiffs of, 45.

Swanton ? Sweinton, 316.

Swerford, Swereford, Master Alexander de, treasurer of St. Paul's, London, clerk of the Exchequer, 75, 82, 106, 120, 391, 408, 436, 458,

Sweyneseye. See Swansea.

Sycard, William, 362.

Sydeburbroc. See Brook Street.

Syllak. See Chillak.

Symonet. See Simonet.

Synago, William de, 464.

Synagun, William, 247.

Syort. See Bric de Syorte.

Sypton. See Shipston on Stour.

Syreburn. See Sherborn.

Syrwude. See Sherwood.

Syward. See Siward.

T

Taburel, Robert, 454.

Tach', Thach', envoy of the Old Man (Sheik) of Mussa, 226.

Tadingeston. See Tattingstone, co. Suffolk.

Tagwaric. See Tegwareth.

Taillard, Robert, 289.

Taillebourg, Tayleburg [Charente-Inférieure], 329.

, archpriest of. See Gerini, William.

, letters patent dated at, 310.

[Lot et Garonne], lord of. See Cavo Monte, R. de.

Tailur, Taillur, Tayllur, Geoffrey le, of Windsor, 479.

, German, the, 295.

, Henry le, 113.

, —, of Sutton, 114.

, Reiner le, 355.

, Robert le, 155, 435.

, Thomas le, 109.

, Vincent le, 201.

, William, the king's serjeant, 191.

See also William.

, William, the, of Burton on Trent, 495.

Taillia, tallage, 188.

Talebot, Thalebot, Gerard, 39, 294, 326, 344, 464.

, John, 105, 211, 272, 294, 296, 318, 326, 368, 373, 443, 464.

, —, Ermetruda, mother of, 105.

, —, Gerard his brother, 272, 296, 373, 443,

, Nicholas, presented to Hintlesham, 477.

, William, 43, 191, 204, 294, 296.

, —, constable of the castle of Bristol, with Eleanor the king's kinswoman, 44, 157.

, —, appointed sheriff of Gloucester, 50.

, —, John and Gerard his brothers, 296.

Talemont[Talmont sur Gironde, Charente-Inférieure], Elias de, 402.

, Randolf de, 9.

Talence, Talansiola [Gironde], 341.

Talew, Gilbert, 508.

Tallage. See Taxation.

Talliva, William de, 375.

Talneo. See Taunay.

Talon, Talun, Belinger, 366.

, Geoffrey, 1.

Tamworth, Tamewurth [co. Warwick], honor of, 231.

Tangmere, Tangemere [co. Sussex], Roger, parson of the church of, 21.

, Ralph de Whatevill, parson of, 21.

Tankard, Master, archdeacon of Carmarthen, 500.

Tantalun[Tontolon in Bazas, Gironde], W. Ernaldi de or W. A. See Arnaldi.

Tanton. See Taunton.

Tany. See Thany.

Tapinton, Richard de, 408.

Targer. See Treger.

Tarrant river [co. Dorset], 174.

Tarrant Crawford, the blessed place upon the Tarent [co. Dorset], nuns of, 174.

, abbess of, 175.

, Maud, abbess of, 483.

, prioress and nuns of, 186.

, abbess and convent of, 214.

, house of, William, warden of, 416.

Tarrant Kenyston, Tarrent Kahaynes [co. Dorset], 174.

Tartas, Tartacensis [Landes], vicomte of, 339, 361.

Tartcurteys, Adam, 80.

Tasca, a holding, 341.

Tateshale. See Tatteshale.

Tatham[co. Lancaster], church of, 476.

Tatin, Elias, 365.

Tatingeston. See Tattingstone.

Tattehale. See Tettenhall.

Tatteshale, Tateshale, Robert de, 234, 443, 511.

, —, constable of the castle of Bolsover, 8, 10, 12.

, —, son of Robert de, 408, 443.

Tattingstone, Tatingeston, Tadingeston [co. Suffolk], church of, 435, 502.

Taunay, de Talneo [Tonnay-Charente, Charente-Inérieure ?], Geoffrey de, 75, 263, 348, 381, 402, 404.

, —, Maud daughter of, 381.

, —, Maud, his sister, lady of Lesparre, 404.

, Galvan or Gawain de, brother of Sir Geoffrey de Talneo, 402, 404.

, Hugh de, 75.

See Tonnay.

Taunton Tauton [co. Somerset], honour of, possession of the bishop of Winchester, 224.

, castle of, constable of, 224.

, manor and castle of, 436.

, St. Margaret's hospital, master and leprous brethren of, 151.

Taunton, John de, 2.

, Robert de, 117.

Taurin, P. W. deu, 403.

Tauton, Master John de, canon of Kildare, bishop of Kildare, 22.

Tavistock, Tavistok [co. Devon], prior and convent of, 15.

, Alan, prior of Scilly, abbot of, 18.

Tawaret, Gogo son of. See Gogo.

Taxation:—
-, aid, 173.
-, aid of prelates, 287.
-, aid from the clergy, 463.
-, —, —, of horses or money, 272.
-, subisdy from some of the abbots and priors, 277.
-, subsidy from the clergy of Ireland, 378.
-, aid for the marriage of the king's eldest daughter, form of, 463.
-, fifteenth and sixteenth, 11, 12.
-, scutage, 284.
-, scutage of Poitou, 174.
-, tallage of king's demesnes, 36, 158, 168, 169, 263, 273, 281, 293, 467, 502.
-, tallage on Jews, 12, 13, 75, 93, 178, 187, 246, 247, 249.
-, —, tallage on 10,000 marks, 87.
-, —, — See also Jews.
-, —, taillia, of Dax, 188.
-, —, on the bishopric of Durham, 185.
-, thirtieth, 206, 209, 211, 212, 213, 217, 218, 220, 221, 222, 223, 225, 228, 230, 231, 275, 277, 278, 281.
-, fortieth, 15, 17, 18, 19, 22, 26, 33, 34, 37, 42, 45, 50, 51, 98, 124, 159.
-, —, safe conduct for, 60.
-, tenants' aid to pay their lord's debts to the king or the Jews, or to meet the expenses of their lord's knighting or pilgrimage, 2, 13, 16, 21, 26, 38, 39, 40, 43, 51, 56, 57, 59, 89, 98, 131, 166, 168, 171, 225, 231, 248, 279.
-, —, to pay fine, 21.
-, —, to acquit expenses in Wales, 26.
-, —, to clear the earl marshal of debt sustained in the late war, 57.
-, —, for the marriage of their lord's eldest daughter, 60, 210.
-, —, on accession of a bishop, 248.

Tayden, William de, 409.

Taydon, Master William de, 292.

Tayleburg. See Taillebourg.

Tayllur. See Taillur.

Tefford, Teford. See Thetford.

Teg', Manard de, 383.

Tegwareth, Tagwarit, son of Yervorth, 432.

, Gogo son of. See Gogo.

Teignweek, Teynewyck [co. Devon], manor of, 495.

Templar, Geoffrey le Templar, or Geoffrey the almoner, 47, 105, 147, 161, 172, 176, 184, 189, 196, 211, 214, 223, 230, 231, 233.

, —, appointed keeper of the wardrobe, 161.

, John, the, 70.

Templars, 221, 249, 250.

, habit of, 29.

Temple, 75.

,treasurer of. See Stocton, Hugh de.

, houses of. See Epaux ; Rochelle ; London, Temple.

Temple Bruer [co. Lincoln], letters patent dated at, 159.

Templo, Giel de, 63.

, John de, 100.

Tempsford, Themeford [co. Bedford], 463.

Tenants' aid. See Taxation.

Tenby, Tymbeye, Timbeye [co. Pembroke], castle of, 468, 470.

, —, constable of. See Molis, Nicholas de; Walerand, Robert.

Tender, Domingo, 403.

Teokesbury, John de, Sibyl, daughter of, 255.

See Tewkesbury.

Termond, Terremund [Belgium], lord of. See Béthune, Robert, advocate of.

Terrier, William le, 61.

Terstewud. See Testwood.

Testere, Stephen de la, 360.

Testwood, Terstewud [co. Southampton], 333.

Tetbury, Tetebiry [co. Gloucester], 70.

, titles of, 66.

Tettenhall, Tattehale, Tethale [co. Stafford], St. Michael's, cannon of, 1.

, Henry, dean of, 1.

, dean and canons of, 499.

Teutonicus, Tyeys, Baldwin, 249.

, Thierry, 139, 449.

, Walram. 91, 92, 102, 103, 123, 165, 272, 432, 443, 445, 447, 452, 455, 484, 489.

, —, constable and keeper of the honour of White Castle, Skenfrith and Grosmont, 58, 445.

, —, constable of the castles of Striguil, Usk and Caerleon, 468.

, —, constable of the castle of Goodrich, 481.

Tew, Great, Tywe [co. Oxford], 26.

Tewkesbury, Theokesbury [co. Gloucester], 6, 17, 18.

, abbot and convent of, 18, 35.

, abbot of, 126, 154.

, letters patent dated at, 6, 16, 17, 23, 35, 54, 55, 56, 57, 118, 152, 153, 154, 198, 214, 215, 216.

, truce made with Llewelin at, 153.

See Teokesbury.

Teylly. See Tylly.

Teynewyck. See Teignweek.

Teynham[co. Kent], 14.

Thach'. See Tach'.

Thalebot. See Talebot.

Thame[co. Oxford], prebend of, 257.

Thames, 51, 447.

, water of, appurtenant to the Tower, 140.

, at Oxford, 451.

Thanes, Theynes, of Northumberland, 502.

Thany, Tany, Peter de, 162.

, —, sheriff of Essex and Hertford, 144.

, —, constable of the castle of Hertford, 144.

, —, warden of the honour of Boulogne, 144.

Theford. See Thetford.

Thelebergh. See Thurlbear.

Themeford. See Tempsford.

Theobaldus. See Thibaut.

Theobalducii, Theobald, 239.

Theokesbiry. See Tewkesbury.

Thetford, Teford, Tefford, Tyfford, Theford [co. Norfolk], 271.

, Baldwin, cellarer, afterwards prior of, 477.

, prior of, 198, 429.

, prior and convent of, 409.

, letters patent dated at, 39, 97, 223, 278, 449.

ThibautI, king of Navarre [1234-1253], count palatine of Champagne and Brie, 89, 259, 328, 367, 389, 391, 434, 445, 454.

, —, war with, 451, 471.

, —, Mauclerk, serjeant of, 387.

queen of, Peter chaplain of, 387.

Thikehull. See Tickhill.

Thlen. See Lleyn.

Thoeny. See Tony.

Tholeshunt. See Tolleshunt.

Thomas, count of Flanders. See Sabaudia.

, king's chaplain, archdeacon of Llandaff, 370.

, the king's falconer, 139.

, Master, goldsmith of Bayonne, 386.

, John son of, 296, 497.

, John son of, de Welleton, 110.

, Patric son of, 162.

Thomassinus, of Toulouse, 140.

Thomond, Todmund, Ireland, 153.

Thorcumbe. See Thorncomb.

Thorkeseye, Robert de, prior of Ramsey, afterwards abbot of St. Benet's Holme, 185.

Thorkese. See Torksey.

Thorncomb, Thorcumbe [near Blandford, co. Dorset], 69.

Thorney [co. Cambridge], abbot and convent of, 40.

abbey, 193, 205.

, Richard, prior of Deeping, afterwards abbot of Thorney, 194, 204, 226.

, David, prior, afterwards abbot of, 228.

, prior and convent of, 193, 226.

Thornham, Tornham [co. Suffolk], church of, 179.

Thornton, Thorneton, 179.

Thorp [co. Northampton], 322.

See Trop.

Thorpe Underwood ? Thorp Belet [co. Northampton], 501.

Thoslan', abbot and convent of, 32.

See Hosterlan.

Thuder. See Tuder.

Thurkell, Roger de, 490.

Thurkilby, Roger de, 303, 305, 442, 462.

Thurlbear, Thelebergh (rectius Therlebergh) [co. Somerset], 41.

Thurout, Turhoud, in Flanders [Belgium], fair of, 377.

Thurrock, Turrok [co. Essex], 140.

Thurvill. See Turvill.

Ti, deu, Deute, W., 403.

Tichesfeld. See Titchfield.

Tickhill, Thikehull [co. York], St. Leonard's hospital for lepers, 158.

, castle of, constable of. See Bathonia, Henry de.

, castle and honour of, 422.

, fee of, 429.

Tidelveshid, Richard de, 234.

See Tilshead.

Tieys. See Teutonicus.

Tilshead, Tudululvestrid, Tidelveshid [co. Wilts], church of, 234.

, —, Elias vicar of, 234.

Tin, 422.

See Cornwall; Devon.

Tinibeye. See Tenby.

Tintern, Tyntern [co. Monmouth], Ralph, abbot of, 56.

, abbot of, 74.

Tintern, St. Mary de Voto [co. Wexford], abbot of, 106.

Tintiniaco, Oliver de, 107.

Tiron, Tyrun [Eure et Loir], abbot and monks of, 414.

Tisbury, Tyssebiry [co. Wilts], church of, 483, 484.

Titchfield, Tychefeud, Tichesfeld [co. Southampton], abbot and convent of, 251.

, abbot of, 439.

Tithes, 18, 35, 66, 83, 86, 115, 154, 187, 468.

Tivetshall, Tyfteshale [co. Norfolk], letters patent dated at, 278.

Tiwe, Tywe, Tywa, John de, 3.

, Stephen de, 509.

, Walter de, 141, 181, 190, 217.

, —, sheriff of Oxford and constable of the castle of Oxford, 143, 145.

See Tew.

Todmund. See Thomond.

Toledo, king of. See Ferdinand III.

Tolleshunt, Tholeshunt [co. Essex], wood of Shyricheshull, 502.

Tonbridge, Tonebrugge, Tunebrig [co. Kent], 104.

, castle of, 54, 104.

, land of the Clares, 54.

Tonnay Charente, Taunay [CharenteInférieure], 310, 312.

, bridge of, 310.

, galleys at, 337.

, letters patent dated at, 309.

Tonsor. See Barber.

Tontolon in Bazas, Tantalo [Gironde], stronghold of, 203.

, William Arnaldi de. See Arnaldi.

Tony, Touny, Thoeny, Ralph de, 68, 230, 283.

, Robert de, 303.

, Simon de, 54, 152.

Tore. See Torhill.

Torhill, de Tore, isle of Glastonbury [co. Somerset], St. Michael's monastry, fair at, 370.

Torksey, Thorkese, Torkesey [co. Lincoln], 206, 210.

Tornay, Margery de, 442.

Tornham. See Thornham.

Torp, Trop, Richard de, 284.

, Simon de, 284.

See Thorpe.

Torpell, Roger or Roger de, Mabel wife of, 301.

, William son of, 301.

, Acelota daughter of, 301.

Tort, William, 375.

Tosse, Tossa [Landes], good men of, 327.

Totehale. See Tottenhall.

Totenho. See Totternoe.

Totnes, Totenes, Toteneys, Totton [co. Devon], castle of, 46.

, Thomas [le Butiler], archdeacon of, 447, 448.

, castle and manor of, 52.

Tottenhall, Totehale [in St. Pancras, London], prebend of, 268.

Totternoe, Totenho [co. Bedford], 118.

Totton ?, Gotinton [co. Southampton], 333.

Totton. SeeTotnes.

Toulouse [Haute-Garonne], good men of, 456.

, Raymond count of, and Marquis of Provence [1222-1249], 129, 140, 202, 259, 308, 310, 319, 321, 334, 338, 399, 402.

, —, treaty with, 319, 338.

, —, merchants of the land of, 90, 140, 286.

Touny. See Tony.

Tournaments, prohibited, 17, 20, 57, 67, 70, 84, 86, 107, 118, 131, 133, 136, 148, 156, 173, 180, 188, 210, 222, 223, 227, 232, 236, 238, 242, 249, 258, 266, 269, 416, 424, 452, 477.

Tours [Indre et Loire], money of, 390, 405.

, Master Vincent, canon of, 501.

Tracy, Trascy, Henry de, 33, 292, 457.

Traer[Traharne], ab Poel [ap Hoel], 296.

Transalpine merchants. See Italy.

Transfretation of king, right of livery of ships for, 289.

, tranter, 38.

See Henry III, tranter.

Trascy. See Tracy.

Travers, John, 69.

Treasure, 257.

, from England, 343.

, from Ireland. See Ireland.

, conduct of, 301.

Treasure trove, 381.

Treasurer. See Exchequer.

Trech, John de, 302.

Treger, Targer, William, 140, 456.

Tregoz, Trescgoz, Tresgoz, Robert, 342, 343, 347, 349, 351, 358, 374, 380, 381, 383.

Trehampton, Ralph de, 323.

Trejagu, Simon de, 293.

, —, Lucy his wife, 293.

Trelleck, Trilleic [co. Monmouth], castle of, 468.

Tremulet, W. deu, 403.

Trent, Trente [co. Somerset], church of, 58.

Trent, river, North and South of, escheators of. See Escheators.

, forest of. See Forest.

Trescgoz, Tresgoz. See Tregoz.

Tresmund, Master, 167.

Tresne, La, Trinne [Gironde], lord of, 339.

Trevet, Richard, 457.

Trie, Trye, Elias de, merchant of Genoa, 63, 274, 301.

Trienston?, Tryeneston [in Burmarsh, co. Kent], 83.

Trilleic. See Trelleck.

Trim, Trum [Meath], castle of, 246, 476.

, —, constable of. See Godarvill, Walter de.

Trinitarians, Holy Trinity and Captives, friars of, 317.

Trinne. See Tresne.

Triparius, William, of Barfleur, 22.

Tripesak. See Derbecak.

Troham, Reginald son of Reginald de, 91.

Trondhjem, Nordorsiensis, Norway, 259.

, S., archbishop of, 144.

Trop. See Thorpe; Torp.

Trublevill, Geoffrey de, rectius Turvill, q.v.

Trublevill, Henry de, seneschal of Gascony, 4, 6, 9, 11, 14, 15, 21, 23, 25, 27, 33, 34, 35, 36, 38, 41, 46, 47, 48, 49, 50, 52, 59, 60, 65, 74, 75, 81, 82, 83, 84, 85, 87, 88, 90, 91, 105, 111, 113, 118, 119, 121, 122, 125, 129, 134, 135, 136, 137, 138, 139, 140, 143, 144, 145, 148, 154, 156, 160, 168, 169, 170, 188, 194, 195, 201, 220, 238, 318, 347, 363, 486.

, —,farm of, 23.

, —, constable of the castle of Usk, 25.

, —, sheriff of Glamorgan, 27.

, —, constable of Clifford, 41.

, —, appointed seneschal of Gascony, 47.

, —, appointed warden of the Channel Islands, 48, 82.

, —, Edelina daughter of, 238, 363.

, Istanus de, 33.

, Ralph de, 33.

, —, Alice wife of, 139.

, William de, 243, 466.

Trum. See Trim.

Trumpinton, Everard de, 234.

, Geldemar de, 200.

, —, Edelina his wife, 200.

Trussebut, Trussebuth, Agatha, 156, 173, 177, 224.

Trussel, William, sheriff of Leicester, 478.

Trye. See Trie.

Tryeneston. See Trienston.

Tuam [co. Galway], Felix, archbishop of, 131.

, dean and chapter of, 131.

, Master Marian, dean, afterwards bishop of, 140, 460, 485.

Tuder, Thuder, son of Aaron, 267.

son of Edenewet, Abidenauet, Abedenevet, 248, 466.

, —, the son of, 267.

, son of Edenevet Vachan, 496.

Amaddok, 461.

Tudululvestrid. See Tilshead.

Tukesford. See Tuxford.

Tumbrel, 81.

Tumby [co. Lincoln], warren at, 394.

Tunebrig. See Tonbridge.

Tur. See Turri.

Turald, Peter, 301.

Turbervill, John de, 200.

, —, Meliora his wife, 200.

, Robert de, 126, 427, 468, 470.

Turevill. See Turvill.

Turhoud. See Thurout.

Turnewurth. See Turnworth.

Turnworth, Turnewurth [co. Dorset], 69.

Turrok. See Thurrock.

Turnebuel, Robert, 239.

Turri, Tur, Alan de la, 52.

, Oliver de, 376.

, Peter de, 402.

Turvill, Thurvill, Turevill, Turrevill, Agatha de, mother of Geoffrey de, 198.

, Geoffrey de [sometimes called Turberville], archdeacon of Dublin, treasurer of Ireland, 10, 11, 12, 46, 66, 67, 69, 71, 72, 114, 132, 133, 146, 153, 157, 190, 195, 196, 198, 215, 221, 247, 253, 256, 259, 263, 267, 277, 286, 313, 324, 330, 351, 352, 353, 361, 362, 370, 371, 379, 384, 385, 387, 395, 427, 428, 429, 431, 432, 436, 446, 455, 461, 465-8, 472, 477, 480, 485, 489, 492.

, —, archdeacon of Dublin, deputy in Ireland of Ralph de Neville, chancellor of Ireland, 46.

, —, absolution from the treasurership of Ireland, 429.

, —, bishop of Ossory, treasurer of Ireland, 429, 431, 432, 436, 446, 455, 461.

, —, Richard chaplain of, 259.

—, Robert de his brother, 181, 196, 230.

, William de, 470.

Tuscanan, Arnold, 356, 362.

Tusk, Randolf, of Parme, 303.

Tutbury, Tuttesbury [co. Stafford], Fulk, prior of, 73.

Tuttemorte, Nicholas, 302.

Tuxford, Tukesford [co. Nottingham], 115, 197.

Tuyd, Twyd, Denis de, 131.

, Richard de, 71.

Tybosop, Simon de, 246.

Tybotot, Henry de, 154.

Tychefeud. See Titchfield.

Tyd, Arnold son of Roger de, 69.

, Jordan de, 69.

Tyeys. See Teutonicus.

Tyfford. See Thetford.

Tyfteshale. See Tivetshall.

Tyganbret, Walter de, 293.

, —, Isabel his wife, 293.

Tykencot, William de, 460.

Tyllebyry, Robert de, 220.

Tylly, Teylly, Peter de, 127.

, William de, a Norman, 61.

, —, his wife Maud de Saucusemar, 61. See Salsemare.

Tynibeye. See Tenby.

Tynterne, Richard de, 450.

See Tintern.

Tyrel, Hugh, constable of the castle of Drogheda, 467.

, Ralph, 1, 118, 120, 121, 155.

, —, constable of the castles of Richard Marshal in Ireland, 53.

, Thomas, presented to Wilden, 160.

, Walter, 146.

Tyrenel, Geoffrey, 503.

Tyringham, Thomas de, 17.

Tyringlas [Ireland], a house of stone and lime, 206.

Tyrun. See Tiron.

Tyssebiry. See Tisbury.

Tyvill, Ralph de, 132.

Tywe. See Tiwe.

Tywe. See Tew.

U

Uffington, Offinton [co. Lincoln], Walter de Crek, canon, afterwards prior of, 488.

Ui-Bruin, Obrun [co. Dublin], 153.

Ulecot, Hulecot, John de, 127, 164, 234, 237.

See Hylecote.

Ulerun. See Oleron.

Ulster, earl of. See Lacy, Hugh de.

, earldom of, 426.

Uplaunde, Thomas de, 432.

Upping Copse, near Wherwell, Uppinne, co. Southampton, 452.

Upton [co. Worcester?], Richard le Butiller of. See Botiller.

Uriel, Uryel Ireland, archedeacon of. SeeNortfeld Mastwer Willam de.

Uriel, Drogheda, in. See Drogheda.

Urri, Richard, Maud sister of, 507.

Ursel, son of Hamo de Hereford, Jew. See Jews.

, de Wintonia, Jew. See Jews.

Ursow, Dursow, Peter, 403.

Urvilla, John de, 412,413.

Usk [co. Monmouth], castle of, 468, 484.

, —, constable of, 254.

, —, — See Tieis, Walerand ; Trublevill, Henry de.

, letters patent dated at, 25.

, nuns of, 483.

, prioress of, 511.

Usser, Francis le, 200.

Ustaritz, Eustarye [Basses Pyrénées], castle of, 404.

Usury, 239.

, forbidden, 470-1.

Uveston, in the diocese of Lincoln [Ouston, co. Leicester or Overstone.co. Northampton, or Ouston, co. Lincoln], church of, 250.

V

Vachan. See Ennius.

Vadlet, Vatlet, John le, 477, 493.

, Urlicus le, burgess of Corbie, 363.

Vagabonds, 21.

Vaghan, Eyno. See Einon.

Vaghan. See Ithel.

Val, Robert del, 470.

Valeis. See Bares.

Valence [Dróme], William [son of Amadeus, count of Savoy], elect of, 140, 150, 156, 157, 168, 170, 176, 177, 211, 214, 217, 218, 221.

, William, bishop-elect of Arnald, chamberlain of, 417.

, procurator of the church of, 202.

, — See Sabaudia, Philip de.

, William de, the king's brother, 505, 506, 508, 509, 510.

Vales, Laurence, 63.

Valle, Gilbert de, 494.

Valle Crucis, Vallis Crucis [co. Denbigh], abbot of, 257.

Valle Torta, Richard de, 337.

, Reginald de, 292, 475.

, Robert de, 366, 371.

Vallibus, Oliver de, 39, 76, 77, 78, 86, 164.

, —, constable of the castle of Framlingham, 39.

, Peter de, constable of the Tower, 429.

, Robert de, 60.

, William de, 453.

Valoines, Hugh de, 376.

Valoyniis, Thomas de, 119.

Varreis. See Bareis.

Vasato [Bazas, Gironde], Vital de, 405.

, W. A. de, 403.

Vatlet. See Vadlet.

Veel, Stephen le, Maud wife of, 89.

Venables, Hugh de, 456.

Venesce, P. R. de, 404.

Ventadur, Mentadur (sic), Bernard de, 374, 416, 436.

,—, archdeacon of Limoges, 416.

Ver, Veer, Baldwin de, 20, 26, 421.

—, envoy to Rome, 151, 152.

, Hugh de, earl of Oxford [1221– 1263], 39, 68, 175, 189.

, —, Isabel countess of, 175.

Verdun, Roesia de, 331.

Verenham. See Warmingham.

Vermandois, Vermundois [Picardy], merchants of. 286.

Vermil, the merchant, 109.

Verne, Elias de la, 311, 402.

Verney, Peter de, 302.

Vernon, Warin de, 456.

Verzelay. See Vézelay.

Vesce, Peter de, 403.

See Vessa.

Vescy, Vesci, William de, 61, 68, 262, 297, 447, 464, 505.

Vessa, William Vitalis de, 403.

See Vesce.

Veteri Ponte, Idonea de, 283, 510.

, Joan de, 162.

, John de, 10, 255, 284, 319, 414, 429, 433, 437, 446, 448, 486.

, —, Robert his son and heir, 510.

Vézelay, Verzelay [Yonne], St.Mary's church at, 65.

, archdeacon of. See Pinu, William de.

Vidau, Vidou.SeeVitalis.

Vienna, William de, 253.

Vienne, diocese of, 381.

, William, archdeacon of, 266.

, diocese of, 412.

Vienne, St. Antoine de. See St. Antoine.

Viger, Vyger, Wyger, Elias, of St. Emilion, 49, 136, 137, 161, 205.

, Geoffrey, 309.

, William, 347.

Vilers, Vilerz, Alice de, 79, 124.

, Amalvin de, 354.

, John de, 164.

, Roger, alias William de, 328.

, William de, 254.

Villa, R. Durant de, 403.

Villa Dei [Villedieu, Tarn et Garonne], W. Arnaldi de. See Arnaldi.

Villa Torta, Robert de. See Valle Torta.

Villedieu, Villa Dei, [Tarn et Garonne], See Arnaldi, W.

Villedieu, Notre Dame de, Sancte Marie de Dei Villa [Landes], abbot and convent of, 324.

Villeinage, 70, 110.

Vilur, William le, 150.

Vinea, John de, scholar of Paris. 390.

, John de, dean of Capua. 415.

, Master Peter de, judge of the great imperial hall, 309, 399.

, Master Peter de, John nephew of, 415.

Vingnun, William le, 88.

. See Wignun.

Vire, Castrum de Vyre [Calvados], T. Goalun of. See Goalun.

Virgate, rent of, 181.

Virgultum, 431.

Viridaria, 374.

Virona, William de, 335.

Visconti, filius vicecomitis, Peter, of Ostia, 394.

Vitalis, Vidau, Vidou, Bidal, William de Parariis or Perers, of Bayonne, 107, 132, 472.

See Perer.

, William, [de] Burgo, 403.

, William, de Vessa, 403.

Vivona, Vivonia, Wivona, Vivonis, Hugh de, seneschal of Gascony, 1, 6, 7, 9, 10, 22, 23, 28, 34, 38, 40, 44, 47, 49, 81, 88, 89, 99, 106, 118, 128, 135, 139, 157, 161, 172, 176, 186, 196, 199, 212, 231, 239, 243, 245, 271, 285, 294, 309, 314, 315, 316, 322, 323, 325, 326, 328, 330, 331, 332, 333, 341, 343, 344, 346, 347, 348, 349, 351, 354, 357, 358, 359, 362, 363, 364, 368, 369, 370, 371, 372, 373, 374, 376, 380, 381, 389, 401, 406, 411, 414, 415, 437, 462, 509.

, —, constable of the castle of Bristol, 157, 196.

, —, sheriff of Somerset and Dorset, 245.

Vivone, Richard de Rybo de. See Rybo.

Vizon, Peter de la, 405.

Vouviil, Bernard de, presented to Ros in the diocese of Bazas, 361.

Vyavill. See Wyavill.

Vyger. See Viger.

Vyre. See Vire.

Vyry, Richard de, 10.

W

Wabod, Wobod, Walter, 231, 258, 511.

Wacelin. See Wascelin.

Wacham. See Einon.

Wacheford, Hugh de, 53.

Wachesham. See Wathesham.

Waddon. See Whaddon.

Wade, Henry de la, 105.

, John de la. presented to St. Magnus, London, 499.

Wadenhoe [co. Northampton], 357.

, church of, 299.

Wadinton, John de, sheriff of Essex and Hertford, 238.

Wadton. See Watton.

Wahull, Saer de, 336.

Wake, Hugh, 68.

Wakefield, Wakerfeld [co. York], 271.

Wakelin, William son of, 81.

Wakering, Peter de, 97, 181, 190, 224, 487.

, —, presented to Aldbury, 1.

, —, presented to Booking, 2.

, —, presented to St. Mary's, Cambridge, 36.

, —, keeper of the castle of Taunton, 436.

Walden [co. Hertford], letters patent dated at, 277, 293.

Waldis, Hanekin de, 179.

Wale, Edmund de la, 14.

Waleby. See Walesby.

Waleden. See Saffron Walden.

Waleis, Walensis. See Waleys.

Waleram, Waleraund, Robert, 370, 431, 464, 465, 470, 474, 479, 481, 483, 484, 506.

, —, guardian of the lands of the earl marshal in West Wales, 470.

, —, constable of the castle of Gloucester, 481.

Walerandi, Robert, 370.

Wales, 22, 40, 48, 430, 443, 446, 463, 469, 470, 475, 485.

, Welshmen. See under their Christian names.

, army of, 37.

, castles in, king's munition of, 485.

Wales, castles of. See :—
-, Brynllya.
-, Caerleon.
-, Cardiff.
-, Cardigan.
-, Carmarthen.
-, Cefnllys.
-, Cnwclas.
-, Dewclas.
-, Dyserth.
-, Glasbury.
-, Grosmont.
-, Haverford.
-, Hay.
-, Mold.
-, Montgomery.
-, Narberth.
-, Newcastle-Emlyn
-, Newport.
-, Pembroke.
-, Rhuddlan.
-, St. Clear.
-, Skenfrith.
-, Striguil.
-, Swansea.
-, Tenby.
-, Teilleck.
-, Usk.
-, White Castle.

, Cistercian houses in, 14, 481.

, English taken prisoners by, 461.

, homages of, 242.

, king in, 465.

, king's lieges of, 254.

, the lady of, 130.

, — See Llewelin.

, land of, to be common with England, 277.

, marches of, 36, 117, 128, 272.

, —, defence of, 289.

, —, custom of the, 59.

, Marshal's lands in, 266.

, prince of. See Llewelin, peace with, 3.

, prisoners in the Tower, 424.

, victuals for, 460.

, war of, 435, 459, 464, 494, 496.

Wales, North, king offers his peace to the Welsh of, 256.

Wales, South, 279, 416, 464, 488.

, bailiff of. See Monemuta, John de.

, inquisition touching, 292.

Wales, West, 470.

Walesby, Waleby [co. Lincoln], church of, 489.

Walesle, Waleslegh, Walerand de, 277, 379.

Waleton. See Walton le Dale.

Waleys, Waleis, Walensis, Godfrey, 124.

, John, 40.

, Howel, 117.

, Robert de, 511.

, Roger le, 382.

R[oger] le, master of the Knights Templars in Ireland, 277, 379, 404, 429.

, Thomas le, Denise wife of, 151.

, —, Thomas her son and heir, 151.

, —, Agnes her daughter, 151.

, Master Thomas le, 130.

[Waleys,] Thomas le, archdeacon of Lincoln, bishop of St. David's 504.

, Walter le, 57.

Waleshale. See Walsall.

Walingeford, Thomas de, 200.

Walkelin, Henry son of, 250.

Walker, John, 102.

, William, 102.

Wallingford [co. Berks], 97.

, letters patent dated at, 19, 20, 23, 44, 108, 188, 189, 200, 217, 247, 413, 419, 438, 453, 468.

, prior and convent of, 111, 112.

, honor of, 262, 437.

Wallop, Welhop, co. Southampton, 479.

Walsall, Waleshale [co. Stafford], church of, 454, 503.

Walsingham [co. Norfolk], prior of, 230.

, church of. 230.

Walsingham, Great, Myche Walsingham [co. Norfolk], church of, 181.

Walter, receiver of John, earl of Lincoln, prebendary in the chapel of St. Clement's, in the castle of Pontefract, 243.

, Lambert son of, 122.

, Robert son of, 43, 132, 217, 220.

, Thomas son of, 16.

, Walter son of, reeve of Stretton, 18.

Waltham [co. Essex], 140.

, letters patent dated at. 116, 127, 275, 276, 450.

, co. Lincoln, soke of, 92, 450.

Waltham, Bishops, Waltham, Waltham Wintoniensis Episcopi [co. Southampton], letters patent dated at, 133.

Waltham, Wautham, Simon de, monk of Lewes, prior of Prittlewell, 251.

, William de, 331.

, William de, presented to Little Chart, 299.

Walton le Dale?, Waleton, Lacy's [co. Lancashire], 287.

Walton, Wauton, John de, 120, 153.

, Master Simon de, 173, 261, 265, 286, 476.

Warden, Wardon [co. Bedford], abbot of, 39, 74, 248, 262, 277.

Wardhull. See Warthill.

Wardon. See Warden.

Wardrobe, account of, 214.

, clerks of, 257.

, keeper of. See Aquablanca, Peter de, bishop of Hereford; Chaceporc, Peter; Templar, Geoffrey le.

, writs made in, not known to the Chancery, 232.

Wardun, Adam, bishop of Connor, 270.

Wards at the disposal of the custos regni if under 50l., 290.

Ware, Wares [co. Hertford], 236.

Warenna, John de, son of William de Warenna earl of Surrey, afterwards earl of Surrey [1240 to 1340], 259, 267, 269, 270, 469, 510.

, William de, earl of Surrey [1202 to 1240], 29, 43, 58, 72, 267, 272, 279, 376, 417, 449, 450, 453, 477, 510.

, earl of, alms of, 277.

, Maud countess of, 271, 288, 417, 435.

, William de, of Whitchurch, 490.

Waresle, Stephen de, 337.

Warevill, Ralph de, 94.

Warin, Alan son of, 52.

, Fulk son of, 200, 466.

, Geoffrey son of, 130, 474.

, Henry son of, 497.

, Simon son of, de Dunestaple, 394.

, William son of, 5, 34, 281.

, —, sheriff of Hereford, and constables of the castles of Hereford and Painscastle, the hundred of Wormelow and the king's manors of that county, 4.

, —, constable of the castle of Glasbury, 25.

, —, sheriff of Hereford, 26.

, —, William his serjeant, 26.

Warley, Warle [co. Essex], church of, 505.

Warningham ?, Verenham [co. Chester], church of, 412.

Warren, 363.

Warrenna. See Warenna.

Warsop [co. Nottingham], hamlet of, 197.

Warthill, Wardhull, Th. de., monk, afterwards abbot of St. Mary's, York, 436, 445.

Warwick [co. Warwick], 128, 258, 340.

, castle of, 299, 304, 318.

, —, constable of. See Ascelles, Philip de; Durvassal, John.

, gaol of, 258.

Warwick, earl of. See Novo Burgo, Thomas de; Plesseto, John de.

, Ela countess of. See Novo Burgo, Thomas de.

[Philippa, daughter of Thomas Basset, of Hedendon, relict of Henry de Novo Burgo], countess of Warwick, the wife of Richard Siward, 36.

, sheriff of, 2, 451.

, — See Bray, Ralph de; Lucy, William de; Nicholas, Ralph son of; Poer, Hugh le.

Wascelin, Gwascelin, Gacelin, Wacelin, Geoffrey, 334, 362, 466.

, Roger, constable of the castles of Porchester and Winchester, 13.

, William, 462.

Washingborough ?, Wassingburg [co. Lincoln], Gerard, prior of, 25.

Washingley, co. Huntingdon. See Wassingelee.

Wassingburg. See Washingborough.

Wassingelee [Washingley, co. Huntingdon], Walter de, 483.

Wastcheseye, Roger de, 148.

Wastehos, Roger, 85, 86, 295.

Watelegh. See Wheatley.

Waterford [co. Waterford], Walter, bishop of, 6.

, —, dean and chapter of, 6.

, Stephen, prior of St. John the Evangelist, Waterford, bishop of, 6.

, citizens of, 94.

, Friars Preachers of, 94.

, Friars Minors of, 461, 467.

, king's galleys at, 428.

, murage for, 55, 157, 376.

, Ostmen (hostimannos) of, 72.

Waterford, Walter de, 6.

Watervill, R. de, parson of Patney, 271.

Wathesham, Wachesham, Giles de, 234.

, John de, 454.

Watlington, Richard de, precentor of Oseney, afterwards abbot of, Ouston, 151.

Watton, Wadton or Wotton, John de, 5.

, —, keeper of the honor of Boulogne, 250.

, Master Roger de, monk, afterwards prior of Coventry, 118, 143.

Waude [co. Northampton], 451.

Waude, William de, monk, afterwards abbot of Colchester. 211.

Wauncy, Nicholas de, 358, 372, 473.

Wautham. See Waltham.

Wauton. See Walton.

Wavendon, Nicholas de, 257.

Waveney river [co. Suffolk], fishery in, 305.

Waverley [co. Surrey], abbot of, 162, 477.

, abbot and convent of, 510.

, letters patent dated at, 87, 509.

Waverley, John de, 177.

Wax, 359.

Weald, Brook Street in. See Brook Street.

Wearmouth, Weremuth [co. Durham], 218.

Weingham. See Wingham.

Welewe. See Wellow.

Weledon, Richard de, 313.

Welinghour. See Wellingore.

Welinton. See Wellington.

Welland, Weilound [co. Lincoln], river of, 511.

Welledon. See Wellington.

Welles, Hugh de, bishop of Lincoln 8, 20, 64, 68, 94, 100, 174.

, Hugh de, archdeacon of Bath, prebendary of [Louth], in the church of Lincoln, 93.

, —, archdeacon of Wells, 90.

, Jocelin de, bishop of Bath and Wells [1306 to 1244], 11, 12, 24, 30, 45, 47, 50, 54, 55, 64, 71, 82, 90, 100, 102, 105, 112, 114, 121, 145, 184, 199, 261, 267, 398, 458, 459.

, William de, 54.

Welleton [Welton, co. Lincoln], John son of Thomas de, 110.

Wellingore, Welinghour [co. Lincoln], 10.

Wellington ?, Welledon, Welinton [co. Hereford], church of, 207, 510.

Wellow, Welewe [co. Southampton], manor of, 333.

, church of, 333.

Wells [co. Somerset], archdeacon of, 230.

, W., archdeacon of, 407.

, archdeacon of, tempore John, 90.

, chapter of, 261, 367.

, dean of. See Saracenus, John.

, dean and chapter of, 369, 398, 417.

, letters patent dated at, 114, 115.

, prebend in, 354, 358, 360.

, prebendaries of. See Evesham, Master Nicholas de; Russilun, Guy de; Stretton, Thomas de.

Welpop. See Wallop.

Welton, co. Lincoln. See Welleton.

Wendeham, Laurence de, 6.

Wendesleydale. See Wensleydale.

Wendover, Roger de, bishop of Rochester [1238 to 1250], 404.

Wengham. See Wingeham.

Wenlac. See Wenlock.

Wenlock, Wenlac, Wenelac [co. Salop], 18, 153, 154.

, letters patent dated at, 3, 17, 18, 234, 255.

, Imbert, prior of, 154.

, prior of, 3, 160, 200, 431.

Wennunwen, Griffin, son of. See Griffin.

Wenpatre [? Llanbedr, Wales], church of, 509.

Wenrevill, William de, 448.

Wensinton. See Wonston.

Wensleydale, Wendesleydale [co. York], forest of, 497.

Wentloog. See Glamorgan.

Wenunwen. See Gwynunwyn.

, Griffith son of. See Griffin.

Wepeham. See Wepham.

Wepham, Wepeham [co. Sussex], 425.

Werburgelond. See Hoo.

Werewelle. See Wherwell.

Werrenoc. See Wrenok.

Werwell. See Wherwell.

Weseham, Gerard de, 404.

, Master Roger de, dean of Lincoln, bishop of Coventry and Lichfield, 475, 476, 503.

Westbiry, Agnes de, sub-prioress, afterwards abbess of Elstow, 254, 255.

Westminster [co. Middlesex], 62, 83, 84, 220, 408, 437, 442.

, abbey of, 414, 494, 499.

, —, works of, fines on Jews devoted to, 474, 478.

, —, Richard de Crokele, abbot of, 499.

, —, Richard, abbot of, 178, 381, 408.

, —, abbot of, 4, 82, 89, 98, 436, 439, 442, 502.

, —, —, portion of, 285.

, —, abbot and convent of, 246, 280, 282, 285.

, —, prior and convent of, 495.

, —, M., the precentor, 495.

, —, sacristan of, 283.

, —, A, the almoner, 495.

. R. archdeacon of, 474, 478.

, king's chapels at, 409.

, king's first coronation at, 177.

, new exchequer established at, 478.

, great hall of, conduit to, 430.

, court of, 430.

, lesser hall of, 285.

, hermit of, Nicholas, 429.

, king's houses and quay at, 285.

, queen's chamber at, 177.

, queen's chapel in, painting of, 285.

, justices at, 76, 293.

, letters patent dated at, 1, 2, 8, 10, 11, 12, 13, 15, 16, 21, 22, 27, 28, 38, 39, 42, 43, 57, 58, 59, 60, 61, 62, 63, 73, 74, 75, 76, 79, 80, 81, 82, 85, 86, 89, 90, 93, 94, 95, 100, 101, 102, 103, 104, 105, 106, 107, 110, 111, 112, 113, 114, 115, 116, 119, 120, 121, 122, 123, 124, 125, 126, 128, 129, 131, 140, 143, 144, 145, 160, 161, 166, 173, 174, 175, 176, 177, 179, 182, 183, 184, 185, 186, 187, 189, 190, 191, 202, 204, 205, 206, 208, 209, 210, 211, 212, 219, 220, 221, 227, 228, 234, 236, 238, 239, 240, 241, 242, 248, 249, 250, 251, 252, 259, 260, 261, 262, 263, 265, 266, 268, 269, 270, 271, 274, 275, 280, 281, 282, 291, 298, 299, 300, 304, 305, 398, 407, 408, 409, 410, 411, 412, 414, 415, 416, 422, 423, 424, 426, 427, 436, 437, 439, 442, 445, 446, 447, 448, 449, 450, 451, 454, 455, 462, 463, 469, 470, 471, 472, 473, 476, 477, 479, 480, 489, 490, 491, 495, 496, 497, 498, 499, 500, 501, 502, 509, 510, 511.

, St. Edward's shrine at, 285.

, St. John the Evangelist, chapel of, 409, 446.

, —, William and Richard, chaplains in, 409.

, St. Mary's chapel built, 281.

, St. Stephen's chapel, 230, 446. See also St. Margaret's.

Westmonasterio, Edward de, alias Edward son of Odo de. See Odo, Edward son of.

Westmoreland, Westmeriland, county of, 446.

, sheriff of, 162, 206, 284.

, shrievalty of, 284.

thirtieth in, 206.

Weston [co. Hertford ?], letters patent dated at, 224.

Weston, Westun, Robert de, 95, 119.

, Walter de, monk, afterwards abbot of Croyland, 159.

, William son of Adam le chapelein of, 57.

Westwicumbe. See Wycombe West.

Westwode. See Ongar.

Wexcombe, Wexcumb [co. Wilts], 485.

Whaddon, co. Bucks, 300, 346.

Whaddon?, Wuton [co. Cambridge], 174.

Whaddon, Waddon, co. Dorset, 333.

Whatele. See Wheatley.

Whatevill, Ralph de, presented to Tangmere, 21.

Whathamsted, William de, presented to Lilleshall, 475.

Wheat, 366.

Wheatley?, Wheteleye [co. Nottingham], 26.

Wheatley, Whatele [co. Nottingham?], 74.

Wheatley, Watelegh [co. Nottingham], 101.

Wherwell, Werewell, Wherewell, Werwell [co. Southampton], A. prioress of, afterwards abbess of St. Mary's, Winchester, 149.

, Eufemia, abbess of, 452.

, nun of, 397.

, letters patent dated at, 132, 207, 483.

Wheteleye. See Wheatley.

Whetstan [Whetstone, co. Leicester], Hugh de, 468.

. See Whytstan.

Whidigadan. See Wydigada.

Whinchelese. See Winchelse.

Whitby, Whiteby [co. York], John de Saingrive, sub-prior, afterwards abbot of, 455.

, sub-prior and convent of, 454.

, precentor of. See Langetoft, Robert de.

Whitcestre, Witcestre [Whitchester, co. Northumberland], Robert de, 76.

, Roger de, keeper of the rolls and writs of the Bench, 480.

Whitchurch, de Albo Monasterio, castle of [co. Salop], 490.

, William de Warenna of. See Warenna.

Whitchurch. See Album Monasterium.

White Castle, Album Monasterium [co. Monmouth], castle of, 58.

, —, constable of. See Teutonicus, Walrand.

, honor of. See Grosmont.

, Blanchastel [co. Monmouth], castle of, constable of. See Rivallis, Peter de.

Whiteby. See Whitby.

Whitecliv, William, 501.

Whitherfeld. See Withersfield.

Whystlegray, Simon, 98.

Whytstan, Walter de, 415.

Wic', Master R. de, prebendary of Chichester, 449.

Wico, Richard de, bishop of Chichester [1245 to 3 April, 1253], 497, 499, 509.

Wicham. See Wickham.

Wicheford, Agnes de, 200.

, Nicholas de 16.

Wichewud. See Wychwood.

Wickham, Wicham, Wycham, Wykeham, co. Suffolk, 182, 252, 268.

Wicton. See Wighton.

Wido. See Guy.

Wigan, king's serjeant, 321. See also Breton, Wigan le.

Wiggeton, Wygeton, Odard de, 229, 456.

, —, Christina wife of, 229.

Wigginton, co. Stafford, 224.

Wighton, Wycton, Wicton. Wyton [co. Norfolk], 21, 74, 120, 208.

Wigmore, Wigemore [co. Hereford], castle of, 489.

, letters patent dated at, 25.

Wignun, Wuniun, Wyniund, Vingnun, William de or le, provost of Barfleur, 88, 99, 114, 273.

, —, burgess of Barfleur, 396.

Wigornia, Wygornia, Robert de, sacristan of Pershore, 44.

, William de, 271, 473.

, —, presented to St. Nicholas, South Kelsey, 160.

. See Worcester.

Wika, Peter de, 108.

[Wyke, near Sherborne, co. Dorset], Richard de, 139.

, William de la, 134.

Wildebof, Richard de, 482.

Wilden, Wylden [co. Bedford], church of, 160, 173.

Wilfirton. See Winforton.

Will, acceptance by the king of a, 23.

, licences to make, 43, 64, 184, 480.

Willelma, Gwillelma, lady, of the queen's chamber, Isabel daughter of, 285, 423.

, Peter son of, the queen's chamberlain, 290.

, —, —, presented to Budbrook, 303.

Willelmi, Wilhelmi, Guillelmi, Aquelin, de Sparra, lord of Lesparre, 472.

, Arnald, Emerici, 22, 129.

, Arnald, de Egremunt, [Gramont, Basses Pyrénées], 386, 474.

, —, See also Arnaldi, William, de Egremunt.

, Domingus, de Portingal, 369.

, Falignus, Felin or Fuliuns, or Fulingus, or Felinus Mercator, 411, 416, 445, 452, 455, 458, 479, 497, 502, 503.

, Mark, 356.

, Raymond, 49, 348.

William, king of Scotland, father of Alexander II, 203.

, Margaret daughter of, 203.

, Isabel daughter of, 203.

William [III], duke of Aquitaine [990-1029], charter of, 393.

, Aremberga wife of, 393.

William [IV], duke of Aquitaine, 393.

William, king's chaplain, 148, 409.

, —, presented to Chinnor, 110.

, Master, the king's surgeon, presented to Houkerinton, 16.

, proctor of the king, 183, 184.

, the king's tailor, 23, 96, 122.

See Tailor.

, queen's chaplain, prebendary of the church of the castle of Pontefract, 382.

, chaplain of the queen, presented to Ivy church, 274.

, the queen's sauser, 294.

William, Adam son of, one of the escheators, 30, 54, 62, 70, 76, 77, 78, 87, 100, 101, 104, 128, 131, 132, 134, 177, 220, 221.

, Advocatus son of, de Monte Acuto, 241.

, Alexander son of, prebendary of St. John's [college], Chester, 279.

, Arnald son of, de Malines, 302.

, Reginald son of, the Miller, 72.

, Robert son of, 510.

, — de Wyleby, 483.

, Roger son of, presented to Brunwic, 255.

(Wylym), son of Enyon, the son of, 268.

son of Roscelin, John son of, 67.

, Thomas son of, 162.

, William son of, de Fenestall, 155.

, William son of, de Rue, 30.

Willian, Wylye, Wylie [co. Hertford], 226, 392.

Willingham [co. Cambridge], letters patent dated at, 430.

Willingham, Wivelingham [co. Lincoln], 134.

Willoughby Belet, [co. Lincoln], church of, 498.

Wilton [co. Wilts], abbess of, 155.

, abbey, 181, 182.

, Alice prioress of, afterwards abbess of, 182, 183.

, Avelina, chantress of, 181.

, prioress and convent of, 181.

, castle of, constable of. See Cantilupo, Walter de.

Wilts, Wylteahyre, county of, 364.

, —, claimed by William Lungespe, 331, 332.

, S., archdeacon of, 484.

, eyre in, 162.

, sheriff of, 142, 228, 320, 369, 413.

, — See Haveresham, Nicholas de; Hogesham, Robert de.

Wimbledon, Winbeldon [co. Surrey], church of, 255.

Wimborne, Winburn [co. Dorset], dean of, 230, 495.

, — See Mansel, John.

Wimundham, Wymundham, Master Thomas de, 191, 192.

Winbeldon. See Wimbledon.

Winburn. See Wimborne.

Winceley, Alan de, 309.

, —, William his brother, 309.

Winceleys, William de, 254.

Winchcombe Winchecumbe [co. Gloucester], 504.

, town of, 17.

, abbot of, 17.

, John de Yanewinch, abbot of, 505.

, abbot and convent of, 322.

, prior and convent of, 504.

, almoner of, 504.

, cellarer of, 504.

, sacristan of, 504.

, letters patent dated at, 16, 31, 45.

, St. Peter's church, 504.

Winchelese, Whinchelese, Hamo son of, Nicholas de, 296, 297.

, Paulinus de, 16, 127.

, Thomas de, 92.

Winchelsea, Winchelesse, Winchelse [co. Sussex], 102, 110, 187, 303, 458, 503.

, barons of, 27, 92, 125, 179, 187, 293, 303, 400, 405, 427, 454.

, quayage for, 427, 454.

, Robert Elie of. See Elie.

Winchester [co. Southampton], 74, 122, 210, 231, 274, 283, 284, 285, 301, 413, 462.

, abbess of, See St. Mary's below.

, Peter, archdeacon of, 166.

, archdeacon of. 411, 414, 421.

, — See Rupibus, Henry de.

, bailiffs and good men of, 238.

, bishop of. See Rupibus, Peter de; Ralegh, William de; Sabaudia, Boniface de.

, bishopric of, 204, 225, 229, 240, 249, 260, 278, 329, 358, 365, 371, 375, 384, 400, 413, 414.

, —, guardians of the, 438.

, —, corn and victuals from, sent to Bordeaux, 375.

, —, issues of, 281.

, —, clergy and people of, 439.

, —, Ralph de Neville, bishop of Chichester, postulated to be bishop of, 231, 232.

, —, tenants of the bishopric in, 225.

, castle of, constable of. See Wascelin, Roger.

, citizen of, 180.

, county of. See Southampton.

, discese of, 230, 245, 246, 251, 252, 269, 421, 433.

, earl of. See Quency, Roger de [1219-1264].

, St. Giles of, fair of, 23, 105, 239.

, 80l. farm of, 66, 149, 304.

, Friars Minors of, 180, 218.

, —, guardian of, 438.

, Friars Preachers of, prior of, 438.

, gaol of, 510.

, good men of, 66, 149, 304.

, Hyde abbey. See Hyde.

, Jews of, 44.

, warden of. See Passelewe, Robert; Rivallis, Peter de.

, Jews of, Abraham Badecoe of; Duceman of ; Belia wife of Deulebeneye of. See Jews.

, king at, at Christmas, 495.

, letters patent dated at, 38, 87, 88, 133, 135, 136, 146, 149, 150, 162, 226, 230, 231, 243, 283, 284, 301, 302, 396, 397, 448, 474, 475, 495, 503.

, mayor of, 109.

, — See Edgar, John; Ireis, Richard le; Kivilli, Nicholas de.

, mayor and bailiffs of, 413, 438.

, mayor and good men of, 64, 250.

, murage for, 32, 64, 149, 250.

, people of, 411.

St. An astasia, in the suburb of, church of, 246.

, St. Cross, warden of. See Secusia, Master Henry de.

, St. Faith's without, church of, 251.

, St. Mary's abbey, 142.

, —, Natalia, nun of, 137.

, —, Isabel, abbess of, 137.

, —, prioress and convent of, 142, 147, 148.

, —, A., prioress of Wherwell, abbess of, 149.

, —, abbess and convent of, 442.

, St. Mary de Valle, church of, 224.

, St. Peter de la, Mazakerie, church of, 421.

, St. Swithins, church of, 274, 409.

, —, Anselm, the chamberlain of, 226.

, —, John le Bercher of, 226.

, —, Walter the Horder of, 226.

, —, Richard, monk of, 365.

, —, monks of, 390, 412, 413, 439.

, —, priory of, 413, 415.

, —, Andrew prior of, 412.

, —, prior of, 281, 365, 397.

, —, prior and convent of, 224, 226, 411, 413.

, —, Oliver steward of, 411.

, —, Henry, sacristan of, 231.

, —, Robert le clerk of the soke, 231.

, —, prebendary of, 252.

, wardrobe at, 149.

, Westgate of, 218.

, Wolvesey, Wulvesey, near Winchester, castle of, 435.

, —, houses of, 224.

Windesore, Eustace de, Ellen wife of, 479.

Windlesore. See Windsor.

Windsor, Windeshoure, Wyndeshouere [co. Buckingham], 234, 479.

, bailiffs of, 275, 479.

, castle of, 81, 279.

, —, the garrison of, 286.

, —, Brunellus, carpenter of, 286.

, —, constables of. See Cigoniis, Engelard de; Sabaudia, Bernard de.

, —, great bridge at the entrance of, 189.

, —, two other bridges in, higher up, 189.

, forest of, 81, 189, 496.

, —, forester of. See Cigoniis, Engelard de.

, —, keeper of. See Lyston, Godfrey de; Sabaudia, Bernard de.

, —, deer of, 165.

, king's wards kept there, 351.

, king at, 481.

, letters patent dated at, 8, 9, 19, 20, 22, 27, 63, 67, 68, 69, 78, 79, 80, 85, 86, 89, 99, 100, 101, 106, 107, 108, 119, 140, 141, 142, 163, 166, 167, 168, 173, 180, 181, 187, 188, 189, 192, 193, 200, 202, 208, 210, 212, 213, 217, 218, 226, 234, 235, 236, 239, 240, 241, 242, 243, 247, 248, 250, 252, 258, 266, 267, 268, 271, 273, 274, 279, 280, 282, 292, 294, 300, 303, 397, 411, 412, 413, 414, 418, 421, 422, 423, 424, 425, 435, 436, 438, 445, 446, 450, 451, 452, 455, 456, 463, 468, 475, 477, 478, 479, 481, 488, 489, 496, 497, 498, 501, 502, 503, 507, 508.

, manor of, 81.

and Odiham, forest of, 81.

, new purpresture of, 269.

, works of, 433.

Windsor, New [co. Berks], 142.

, Old [co. Berks], 142.

Wine, 313.

, avalage of, 37.

for divine service, 282, 283.

for the king, 363.

, price of, 249.

Winforton ?, Wilfirton [co. Hereford], 230.

Wingeham, Wengham, Weingham, Wyngham, Henry de, 289, 300, 303, 395, 405, 406, 423, 436, 467, 478, 480, 482, 483, 486, 493, 494, 507, 508, 510.

, —, presented to Elham, 478.

, —, escheator between Humber and Trent, 482.

, —, constable of the castle of Stoke Courcy, 483.

, —, escheator south of Humber and Trent, 486.

Wingham [co. Kent], church of, 396.

Wingherd. See Wynyard.

Winteney. See Witney.

Winterborne Strickland, Winterburn Stikelane [co. Dorset], church of, 420.

Winterburn. See Ashton.

Winterstoke, Wynterstoke, Wyterstok [co. Somerset], hundred of, 90, 91.

Wintonia, Adam de, 284.

, Master Simon de, 447.

, Thomas de, 423.

, Ursel de, Jew, 178.

Wiredale. See Wyredale.

Wirlingham. See Worlingham.

Wischard, Richard, 391.

Wischardi, Gwischardi, Gwyschardi, Aymer, 394, 399.

, —, presented to Fonthill Bishops, 358.

Wiseton ?, Wystondal, co. Nottingham, 82.

Wissant ?, Wytsant [Pas de Calais], 176.

Witcestre. See Whitcestre.

Witham [co. Essex], 96.

Witham, Wyham [co. Essex], letters patent dated at, 131.

Witham Charterhouse, Witham, Witham Chartus' [co. Somerset], prior of, 279.

, John prior of, 326.

Withcote, Wythecot [co. Leicester], church of, 134.

Withersfield, Whitherfeld [co. Suffolk], church of, 499.

Witheved, William, 493.

Witney, Winteney, Witteneya [co. Oxford], 204.

, church of, 371.

Witsant, William de, canon of St. Omer's, 116.

See Wissant.

Witteneya. See Witney.

Wittewell, Thomas de, 181.

Witton, East, Estwyton, Estwytton [co. York], 155, 251.

Wivelingham. See Willingham.

Wivona. See Vivona.

Wlewich. See Woolwich.

Wlvemar. See Woolmer.

Wobod. See Wabod.

Wodemannecote. See Woodmancote.

Woking [co. Surrey], letters patent dated at, 302.

Wollaston, Wolaston, co. Northampton, 511.

Wolston, Wulvericheston [co. Warwick], 198.

Wolverhampton, Wulrunehampton, co. Stafford, 224.

Wolvesey. See Winchester.

Wonsard, Reginald, 41.

Wonston, Wensinton [co. Southampton], church of, 265.

Woodmancote, Wodemannecote, co. Gloucester, 200.

Woodstock, Wudestok [co. Oxford], 141, 204, 232, 262, 419.

, bailiff of, 138.

, houses and park of, keeper of. See Cigoniis, Engelard de.

, letters patent dated at, 7, 8, 16, 19, 23, 26, 28, 41, 44, 45, 57, 75, 80, 98, 108, 109, 110, 114, 118, 123, 130, 138, 155, 156, 162, 169, 170, 172, 187, 188, 189, 194, 196, 199, 201, 204, 217, 225, 231, 232, 233, 234, 237, 238, 245, 246, 258, 419, 420, 446, 454, 456, 457, 467, 485-488, 500, 501, 505, 506, 511.

Woodstone, Wudeston [co. Huntingdon], church of, 205.

Wool as a subsidy, 330.

Woolavington, Wullavyton [co. Sussex], 372.

Woolmer, Wlvemar [co. Southampton], 452.

Woolstaston, Wulstaston [co. Salop], church of, 256.

Woolwich, Wlewich [co. Kent], 424.

Wootton, diocese of Lincoln, church of, 303.

, Wudeton [co. Kent], church of, 22, 243.

, Wutton [co. Oxford], wood of, 138.

, St. Laurence, Wutton Hordarii [co. Southampton], vicarage of the church of, 230.

Worcester [co. Worcester], city of, 6, 26, 32, 55, 185, 394, 455.

, bishop of. See Blois, William de; Cantilupe, Walter de.

, diocese of, 34, 210, 266.

, king at, 17, 184, 242, 244.

, letters patent dated at, 6, 17, 18, 19, 23, 34, 35, 55, 57, 118, 154, 164, 165, 198, 234, 244, 245, 255, 458, 459, 466.

, men of, 249.

, murage for, 42, 118, 155.

, prior of, 155.

, Thomas, sub-prior of, 157.

, Ernulf, monk of, 157.

, prior and convent of, 157, 284.

Worcester, county of, eyre in, 126.

, forest of, 474.

, sheriff of, 155, 289.

, — See Bello Campo, William son of Walter de; Poher, Hugh le.

Worfield, Wurfeld [co. Salop], 224.

, church of, 159.

Worksop [co. Nottingham], letters patent dated at, 159.

Worlingham, Wirlingham [co. Suffolk], 313.

Wormelow, Wurmelawe [co. Hereford], hundred of, 4.

Wotton. See Watton.

Wrastlingwurth. See Wrestlingworth.

Wrenok, Werrenoc, Wrennok, brother of Idenevet, steward of Llewelin, prince of Aberffraw, 4.

, Kenewrek, 268.

son of Kenewerk, 465.

See Wronob; Kenevorch.

Wrestlingworth, Wrastlingwurth [co. Bedford], 84.

Writs of course, 176.

, return of, 381.

Writtle, Writel [co. Essex], 111, 112, 116, 117, 145, 224.

, letters patent dated at, 221.

, king's foreign wood of, 31.

Wrono, Kenevorch son of. See Kenevorch; Wrennok.

Wronob (Grono) son of Edenauet, son of, 267.

Wrotham [co. Kent], church of, 388.

, vicar of, 266.

Wrotham, Wroteham, Richard de, 91, 298, 326, 463.

, —, constable of the manor and castle of Bridgewater, 51, 146.

, —, forester of Blackmore, 115.

Wroxton [co. Oxford], prior and convent of, 501.

Wrth, Roger de, 301.

Wudecoc, Robert, 168.

Wudestok. See Woodstock.

Wudeston. See Woodstone.

Wudeton, Robert de, 18.

See Wootton.

Wulaveston, Andrew de, 53.

See Wulveston.

Wulavinton, Henry de, 473.

Wullavyton. See Woolavington.

Wuleward. See Wulward.

Wulgareshag near Ridlington [co. Rutland], 234.

Wulrunehampton. See Wolverhampton.

Wulstaston. See Woolstaston.

Wulvericheston. See Wolston.

Wulveston, Nicholas de, 69.

See Wulaveston.

Wulvesye. See Winchester, Wolvesey.

Wulvreton, Adam son of Reginald de, 154.

Wulward, Wuleward, Geoffrey de, 296, 306, 324, 335, 344, 364, 378, 491, 402.

, —, chancellor of Ireland, 477, 478, 506.

Wuniun. See Wignun.

Wurfeld. See Worfield.

Wurmelawe. See Wormelow.

Wuton. See Whaddon.

Wutton, Thomas de, 119.

See Watton.

Wutton Hordarii. See Wooton St. Laurence.

Wyavill, Wyarvill, Vyavill [St. Germain de Varreville, Manche], John de, 342.

, Roger de, 358, 361, 387.

Wybert, the clerk, 272.

Wych, Laurence, mayor of Oxford, 494.

Wycham. See Wickham.

Wychwood, Wichewud, Wychewde [co. Oxford], forest of, 472.

, forester of. See Langele, William de.

Wycombe, Wycumb [co. Buckingham], 97.

, letters patent dated at, 1.

Wycombe, West, Westwicumbe [co. Buckingham], church of, 329.

Wycton, Alexander de, presented to Withcote, 134.

See Wighton.

Wycumbe, Everard de, 409.

Wydendon, William de, 288.

Wydigada, Whidigadan [commote in Cantref Mawr, co. Carmarthen], land of, 289.

[Wyge]pet ? Bartholomew de, 389.

Wyger. See Viger.

Wygeton. See Wiggeton.

Wygornia. See Wigornia.

Wyham. See Witham.

Wyke near Sherborne. See Wika.

Wykeham. See Wickham.

Wykes, Philip de, 407.

See Wika.

Wylden. See Wilden.

Wyleby, Peter de, 281.

[Willoughby, co. Lincoln], Robert son of William de, 483.

Wylie. See Willian.

Wylinton, Wylyton, Wyliton, Ralph de, 95, 144.

, —, constable of the bailey and town of Devises, 20, 27.

Wylteshyre. See Wilts.

Wylye. See Willian.

Wylyton. See Wylinton.

Wylym son of Enyon, 268.

Wymar, William de, presented to Harbledown, 35.

Wymarca, William son of, 15.

Wymondham [co. Norfolk], letters patent dated at, 450.

Wymund, Richard, 99.

, —, keeper of the king's galleys, 32.

, William provost of Barfleur. See Wignun.

Wymundham. See Wimundham.

Wyndeshouere. See Windsor.

Wyneiard. See Wynyard.

Wyngham. See Wingeham.

Wynterstok. See Winterstoke.

Wynyard near Stockton ?, Wyneiard, Wingherd [co. Durham], 209.

, town of, 197.

Wyredale, Wiredale [co. Lancaster], valley of, 73.

Wysant. See Witsant.

Wystondal. See Wiseton.

Wyterstok. See Winterstoke.

Wythecot. See Withcote.

Wytle, Adam de, 150.

Wyton. See Wighton.

Wytsant. See Wissant.

Y

Yanewinch, John de, abbot of Winchcomb, 505.

Yardley ? Gerdeslegh, Jerdele [co. Northampton], 62, 133.

Yarmouth, Gernemuth, Jernemue [co. Norfolk], 303.

fair, 506.

, —, wardens of, 68, 119, 159, 196, 232, 234, 304.

, farm of, 206, 210.

, good men of, 124, 159, 196, 232.

, men of, 92.

Yarnton ?, Gerinton, co. Oxford, 283.

Yattendon, co. Berks. See Iachingdon.

Ydenevet. See Edeneuet.

Yeland, Adam de, 73.

Yerforth. See Jorwerth.

, Mereduc son of. See Mereduc.

Yngewurth. See Ingworth.

York, 45, 162, 193, 199, 203, 209, 223, 262.

, archbishop of. See Gray, Walter de.

, bailiffs of, 159.

— castle, works of, 452.

diocese, 398.

, Friars Preachers, 159.

gaol, 30, 426.

, Holy Trinity priory cell to Marmoutier, 179.

, Aaron of, Jew. See Jews.

, Leo, Jew of. See Jews.

, Kingestoftes in, given to the Friars Preachers, 159.

[rectius Westminster], letters patent dated at, 30.

, letters patent dated at, 158, 196, 197.

, mayor of, 235.

, mayor and good men of, 28.

, men of, 23.

, St. Mary's abbey, 235, 285, 424, 435, 436, 437, 445, 446, 448.

, —, abbot and convent of, 235.

, —, abbot of, 285, 424.

, —, R. prior of, 285.

, —, prior and convent of, 435.

, —, Henry sub-prior of, 435.

, —, Thomas de Wardhull, monk, afterwards abbot of, 436, 445.

, St. Peter's, dean and treasurer of, 455.

, —, dean of. See Basset, Fulk.

, —, dean and chapter of, 21.

, —, sub-dean of. See Romayn, Master John le.

, —, prebends of. See Bole.

York, county of, 249, 415.

, Cistercian abbots in, 150.

, king's demesnes in, 145, 156.

, sheriff of, 10, 45, 60, 133, 267, 370, 405, 422, 425, 426, 496, 508.

, —. See Alan, Brian son of; Bathonia, Henry de; Crepping, Robert de; Geoffrey, John son of ; Insula, Brian de.

, 40th in, 124.

York, East Riding, thirtieth in. 206.

, North Riding, fortieth in, 159.

Yorwerth. See Owen son of Yavard.

See Jorwerth.

Young, junior, Ralph le, 15.

See Vaghan.

Ypres [Flanders], 302.

, good men of, 169.

Ypres, Lambert de, 168.

Yreis. See Ireis.

Yscoeyt. See Iscoed.

Yvengeho. See Ivinghoe.

Z

Zachariah the Prophet, relics of, 39.

Zargner, William, 87.

Zeals, Seles [co. Wilts], park of, 490.

Zuche, Zusche, Alan la, 297, 336, 368, 369, 370, 371, 372, 373, 374.

, William la. 297.