Index: A - K

Fasti Ecclesiae Anglicanae 1066-1300: Volume 3, Lincoln. Originally published by Institute of Historical Research, London, 1977.

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Persons are indexed under their first names and cross-references are given under family names. Significant variant forms of first names and family names are included. Bold figures indicate the pages on which the main entries for individual dignitaries and canons are to be found.

Aaron the Jew, 45, 124, 130, 134, 143, 148

'abas', see Geoffrey 'abas'

Abbas (le Abbe, Abbot), family, 123; see also Geoffrey Abbas

'Abericcus', see Alberic

Acholt, see Henry de Acholt

Acol, Kent, 127n

Acto, see Atto

Adam, son of Hugh of the Bight, 128

Adam, ? treas., 19, 119, 159, 160 (bis)

Adam de Amundeville, 18-19, 21 (ter), 118-19, 160

Adam of Barmpton, 15, 60

Adam of Bockenfield, 119

Adam of Ely, 119

Adam of Eynsham, xv

Adam Marsh, 11n

Adam de Sancto Edmundo, 20, 36, 75

Adelelm, Adelm, dean, 8-9, 9n, 44n, 81, 110, 154, 160n

Adenulf dei Conti of Anagni, 64

Adrian V, pope, 41

Aisby, Lincs., 171

Ajax, can., 119

Akarius, abbot of Peterborough, 149n

Akholt, see Henry de Acholt

Alan, M. (c. 1200), 119

Alan, M. (1217), 119

Alan, M., can. (1180s), 65, 119, 119

Alan, can. (c. 1187), 42, 65, 119, 119, 131, 164

Alan of Bedford, 119

Alan of Buckden, 65, 65

Alan de Glene, 119

Alan de Leirtona, 65, 119, 164

Alan Picot, 65, 120, 164

Alan of Wellingore, 171

Alan of York, 120

Alard de Burnham, 40n

Alberic, can., 120, 153

Albert 'of Lausanne', 73 & n

Albert de Lavania, 73

Albert the Lombard, 24, 24, 110

Albertinus, see Albert de Lavania

Albini, Albiniaco, de, see Marchisius d'Aubigny

Albinus of Anjou, 16, 110

Aldenham, Herts., 14n

Aldham, Essex, 14n

Aldham, Suff., 14n

Aleamus, 81

Aleelmus, see Adelelm

Alexander, M., archdcn. of Stow, 13n, 16, 45, 110, 120, 162, 163

Alexander, bp., xi, 1-2, 8 & n, 16, 21, 30, 40, 44n, 66, 67, 79, 88, 152, 155

Alexander, can., 13n

Alexander, can. (another), 110, 120, 153

Alexander, 'cantor', 13n

Alexander, M., dean of Wells, 61n

Alexander II, pope, 1

Alexander III, pope, 9n, 122

Alexander of Bedford, 120

Alexander of Claypole, 120

Alexander of Elstow, 42, 110

Alexander Malebisse, 110, 120, 120-1

Alexander de Saccaville, 120, 121

Alexander of Stavensby, 17n

Alexander, Leonard son of, see Leonard

Alfred, archdcn. of Oxford, 35, 110

Alfred Parvus, 39, 39, 110

All Saints in Hungate (All Hallows), Lincoln, preb., xi, 49-50, 91

Almaria, family, 12n; see also Richard de Almaria, Roger de Almaria

Almaricus, see Amaury

Alnestow, see Alexander of Elstow

Alsace, France, see Thierry d'Alsace

Alsop en le Dale, Derbys., 5

Alvingham, Lincs., Gilb. priory, prior, 45

Amadeus of Savoy, 38, 38-9, 104

Amaury VII, vicomte of Thouars, 124

Amaury of Buckden, 42, 93

Amaury de Montfort, 66, 82, 82

Amory, family, 12n

Amundeville, see Adam de Amundeville, Jocelin de Amundeville, Jordan de Amundeville, Walter de Amundeville, William de Amundeville

Amys, see Richard Amys

Anagni, Italy, 58n; see also Adenulf dei Conti of Anagni

Andegavensis, see Albinus of Anjou

Andrew, the chapl., 121

Andrew, M., papal chapl., 121

Andrew de Candulphis, 95

Anesty, see Thomas de Anesty

Angers, France, 2
-, -, St. Martin, secular college, dean, 149
-, -, -, -, preb., 149

Anibaldi, Anibaldis, de, family, 65; see also John de Anibaldis, Richard de Anibaldis de Urbe

Anjou, see Albinus of Anjou

Anselm, abp. of Canterbury, 1, 30n

Ansold, can., 121

Anstey, case, 133

Anstey, East or West, co. Durham, 145n

Antony Bek, 60, 105

Antony de Sauzthorp, 47, 110

Apostolorum, see Philip Apostolorum

Apulia, see Simon of Apulia

Arches, Arcubus, de, see London, Arches

Arundel, see William de Arundel

Arundel, Sussex, 28n

Aschetill, can., 121

Asgarby by Spilsby, Lincs., 50
-, -, preb., x & n, 50-1

Ashbourne, Derbys., x n, 5, 122

Ashby, Askebi, Askeby, see Thomas de Ashby

Asthall, Oxon., 51n

Athelney, Somt., Ben. abbey, abbot, 123n

Atto, M., can., 121, 127

Auckland, co. Durham, secular college, preb., 15n

Aubigny, see Marchisius d'Aubigny

Audeham, see Peter de Audeham

Aukele, see Henry de Hawkley

Aumery, see Richard de Almaria, Roger de Almaria

Avallon, Yonne, France, 3n; see also Hugh of Avallon, William of Avallon

Aveton, see William de Aveton

Avranches, France, cathedral, can., 97

Aylesbury, Bucks., 47-8, 71
-, -, preb., ix, x & n, xi, xii, 47-9, 87

Aylesbury, see also Richard Grim

Balderton, Notts., 69
-, -, preb., see Farndon-cum-Balderton

Baldric de Sigillo, x, 33, 110-11, 158 (bis), 159 (ter), 160, 163, 165, 170

Baldwin, abbot of Forde, 134n; abp. of Canterbury, 48, 116

'Baldwin' de Sigillo, 33n

Bamborough, Northumb., 18n

Bamburg, Banburg', see Simon de Baumburg

Banbury, Oxon., 51
-, -, preb., xi, 51-2

Banbury, see also John of Banbury (two)

Bar-le-Duc, Meuse, France, 52n
-, -, count, 52n

Bar-le-Duc, see also Theobald of Bar-le-Duc

Barbézieux, Charente, France, 145n

Barchworda, see Robert de Barchworda

Barden', see William de Barden'

Bardney, Lincs., see William of Bardney

Bardolf, see Robert Bardolf

Barkwith, Lincs., 139n

Barmpton, co. Durham, 15n; see also Adam of Barmpton

Barra, see Theobald of Bar-le-Duc

Barre, see Hugh Barre

Barres, see Theobald of Bar-le-Duc

Barry, see Ralph Barry

Bartholomew, can., 121, 129, 164

Bartholomew of Southwell, 121, 164

Barton, see John de Barton, Philip de Barton, Simon de Barton

Basingstoke, Hants, 34n; see also John of Basingstoke

Basle, Switzerland, 56

Bassingham, Lincs., 142; see also Roger of Bassingham

Batail, family, 20n

Bath, Somt., 133n
-, - (Bath and Wells dioc.), archdcn., 88, 105, 129

Bath, see also Peter of Bath

Bath and Wells, Somt., bp., 5, 31, 77, 91, 117, 153

Bath and Wells, see also Wells

Battayle, la, see Richard de Bello

Battle, Sussex, 20n
-, -, Ben. abbey, 1

Baumber, Lincs., 18n

Baumburg, see Simon de Baumburg

Bayeux, France, bp., 8, 114, 154
-, -, cathedral, preb., 69

Bayeux, see also William of Bayeux

Beaumont-le-Roger, Eure, France, family, 135n
-, -, secular college, dean, 8

Beaumont-le-Roger, see also Ralph Medicus

Beaumont-sur-Sarthe, Sarthe, France, 121; see also Charles of Beaumont, Louis, vicomte of Beaumont-sur-Sarthe, Louis of Beaumont

Beauvais, France, cathedral, can., 72

Bec, see Le Bec-Hellouin

Beckley, Oxon., 138

Bedford, Beds., archdcnry., 41
-, -, archdcns., 41-4
-, -, Ford End, 52
-, -, preb. Bedford Major, x, 52-3
-, -, preb. Bedford Minor, x, 52, 53-4
-, -, St. Mary, Herne, chapel, 52, 53
-, -, St. Mary, parish church, 52n, 119
-, -, St. Paul, secular college, 52
-, -, -, -, can., 42, 52n

Bedford, see also Alan of Bedford, Alexander of Bedford, Robert of Bedford (two)

Bek, family, 105n; see also Antony Bek, John Bek, Thomas Bek

Bello, de, see Richard de Bello

Bello Monte, de, see Ralph Medicus

Belmeis, see Richard de Belmeis

Benedict de Burgo, 34n, 53

Benedict of Ferriby, 47n

Benedict de Sancto Edmundo, 53n

Benedict, Roger son of, see Roger

Benington, see Michael de Benington

Bennington, Long, Lincs., 147

Benniworth, Lincs., 23n, 24n; see also Henry of Benniworth, William of Benniworth

Bentley, Derbys., 5

Berbezeus, see Theobald de Berbezeus

Berkshire (Salisbury dioc.), archdcn., 141

Besthorpe, Notts., 95n

Beverley, Yorks. E., secular college, provost, 86, 102, 150

Bicheford, see Alan of Bedford

Bict, del, see Hugh of the Bight

Bierton, Bucks., 47

Biggleswade, Beds., 54
-, -, preb., xii, 54

Bight, the (Lincoln street-name), 128n; see also Hugh of the Bight

Bigod, see Roger Bigod

Billington, Beds., 78

Binbrook, Lincs., 88
-, -, 'preb.', xi, 88; see also Milton Manor

Binegar, Somt., 10n

Birland, see Thomas de Birland

Bishop Norton, Lincs., see Norton
-, -, preb., see Norton Episcopi

Blaby, see William de Blaby

Blaby, Leics., 148n

Bleis, see R. of Blois

Bloet, see Robert Bloet, Simon Bloet

Blois, Loir-et-Cher, France, 3n; see also R. of Blois, William of Blois I, William of Blois II

Blund, London family, 58n

Blund, see also John Blund, Robert Blund, Roger Blund, Walter Blund junior, Walter Blund senior, William Blund of Lincoln

Blyth, Notts., x

Blyton, Lincs., 171

Bockenfield, Northumb., 119n; see also Adam of Bockenfield

Bocland, see Geoffrey de Bocland

Bohun, family, 31; see also Jocelin de Bohun, Roger de Bohun

Bokemar, see James de Sabello de Buccamatiis

Bolesoura, Bollesoura, see Robert of Bolsover

Bologna, Italy, 91, 146

Bolsover, Derbys., 139n; see also Robert of Bolsover

Boniface VIII, pope, 29, 133

Boniface of Saluzzo, 41, 71

Bonovillario, see William de Bonovillario

Bonsall, Derbys., 6

Boothby Graffoe, Lincs., 26n

Bosell, see Theobald de Busello

Bourton, Oxon., 64

Bracewell, Yorks. W., 70n

Bradewell, see Richard de Bradewell

Bradley, Derbys., 5

Braitoft, see John de Braitoft

Bramfeld, see William de Bramfeld

Bramfield, Herts., 22n

Bramford, Suff., 22n

Bramford, see William de Bramfeld

Bramford, Suff., 22n

Brampton, see Adam of Barmpton

Brampton, Derbys., 5

Brampton, Hunts., 55
-, -, preb., xi, 55, 150

Brancaster, Norf., 83n

Brancastre, see John de Brancastre, Richard de Brancastre

Brand, preb. Corringham, 62, 62

Brandon, see Reginald de Brandon

Branfed, see William de Bramfeld

Bransby, Lincs., 172

Branston, Lincs., 172

Braundon, see Reginald de Brandon

Brempton, see Adam of Barmpton

Brescia, see William de Brescia

Brian Twyne, 17n

Bridgnorth, Salop, secular college, preb., 143n

Brincle, see Robert of Brinkhill

Brinkhill, Lincs., 106n; see also Robert of Brinkhill

Bristol, see Roger of Bristol

Britanny, France, count, 136

Brito, see Ranulph Brito

Brize Norton, Oxon., see Norton

Broad Campden, Glos., see Campden

Bromfield, Cumb., 22n

Bromfield, Salop, 22n

Bromholm, see Everard de Bromholm, Richard de Bromholm

Bromholm, Norf., 83n, 122n

Broun, see Roger Broun

Bruern, Oxon., Cist. abbey, abbot, 22n

Brunhel, see Robert of Brinkhill

Brussels, Belgium, archdcn., 97

Buccamatiis, de, see James de Sabello de Buccamatiis, Odo de Buccamatiis

Buckden, Hunts., 3 & n, 42n, 56, 65n, 148n
-, -, preb., xi, 56-7

Buckden, see also Alan of Buckden, Amaury of Buckden, William of Buckden

Buckfield, see Adam of Bockenfield

Buckingham, Bucks., x, xi, 71, 72, 100, 101, 133
-, -, archdcnry., 39
-, -, -, official, 41, 145
-, -, archdcns., 39-41
-, -, preb., see Sutton-cum-Buckingham

Buckland, Bucks., 47

Buckland, Herts., 123n

Buggeden, see Buckden

Bukefeld, see Adam of Bockenfield

Burghersh, see Henry Burghersh

Burgo, de, see Benedict de Burgo

Burgundian, 'Burgundiensis', see Hugh the Burgundian

Burland, see Thomas de Birland

Burland, Yorks. E., 58n

Burnham, see Alard de Burnham, Robert de Burnham

Burnham, Bucks., 40n

bursa episcopi , de, preb., see Decem Librarum

Burun, see Erneis de Burun

Bury St. Edmunds, Suff., 19n, 36n, 53n

Busaz, Busello, see Theobald de Busello

Busli, see Roger de Busli

Busnate, see Oppizo de Busnate

Cabourn, Lincs., 59

Cadamo, de, see Ralph of Caen

Cadeby, Lincs., 17n

Cadney, Lincs., 14n; see also Robert of Cadney

Caen, Calvados, France, see Ralph of Caen

Caineto, Caisneto, de, see Fulk de Chesney, Robert de Chesney (two)

Caistor, Lincs., 15n, 59, 60, 105, 109, 169-70
-, -, preb., x, 59-60, 98n, 169-70

Caldecott, Rutl., 83

Calna, see Richard de Camera

Calne, see Richard de Calne

Calva, see Richard de Camera

Cambrensis, see Gerald of Wales

Cambridge, Cambs. (Ely dioc.), archdcn., 27; see also Ely
-, -, university, chanc., 23, 44

Cambridge, see also Robert of Cambridge

Camera, see Richard de Camera

Campden, Broad, Glos., 142n

Campden, Chipping, Glos., 142n

Campedene, see Roger de Campedene

Candulphis, de, see Andrew de Candulphis

Canterbury, Kent, 2 (bis), 3, 4, 5, 39n, 46n
-, -, abp., 1, 12 & n, 17, 30n, 116, 119, 144
-, -, -, clk., 48, 82, 116, 142
-, -, -, official, 46, 149
-, -, -, steward, 127
-, -, archdcn., 3, 31 (bis), 56, 66, 127, 129

Canterbury, see also William of Canterbury

Cantia, see Richard of Kent (two)

Cantuaria, see William of Canterbury

Canwick, Lincs., 49
-, -, preb., x, xi, 83n

Capella, see Robert de Capella

Capua, Italy, abp.-el., 69

Carleton, see Richard de Carleton

Carlton, North, Lincs., xii, 57
-, -, preb., see Carlton Kyme

Carlton, South, Lincs., xi, 58
-, -, preb., see Carlton Paynell

Carlton-cum-Dalby, preb., see Carlton Kyme

Carlton-cum-Thurlby, preb., see Carlton Paynell

Carlton Kyme, preb., xii, 57-8

Carlton Paynell, preb., x, xi, 58-9

Carsington, Derbys., 108n

Catanzaro, Italy, 95n; see also Thomas son of Peter Conti of Catanzaro

Caune, see Richard de Caune

Cave, see Roger de Cave

Cave, North or South, Yorks. E., 60n

Celestine V, pope, 29, 133; pope-el., 95

Centum Solidorum, preb., x (bis), 60, 169-71

Cestre, see Reginald de Cestre

Chaceporc, see Peter Chaceporc

Chalfont, Bucks., 39n

Charles of Beaumont, 121

Chartres, France, cathedral, preb., 69

Chartreuse, la Grande, Isère, France, abbey, monk, 3

Cheinduit, Cheineto, de, see Fulk de Chesney, Robert de Chesney (two)

Cherry Willingham, Lincs., see Willingham

Cheseio, see William de Cheseio

Chesneto, de, Chesney, see Fulk de Chesney, Robert de Chesney (two)

Chessege, see William de Cheseio

Chester, Chesh., 23n
-, -, bp., 39, 116
-, -, earl, xi, 85, 94
-, -, -, honour, 94

Chester, Little, Derbys., 6, 23n, 142

Chesterfield, Derbys., x n, 5-6, 122

Cheueremunt, see Peter of Kirmond

Chichester, Sussex, archdcn., 35n
-, -, bp., 66, 95
-, -, -, chapl., 95
-, -, cathedral, chanc., 90
-, -, -, preb., 20, 28, 66, 129

Chichester, see also Henry of Chichester, Stephen of Chichester

'Chicling', see Geoffrey 'Chicling'

Chipping Campden, Glos., see Campden

Chosey, see William de Cheseio

Christchurch, Twynham, Hants, secular college, dean, 100

Churchill, Oxon., 41n

Cinthius de Pinea de Urbe, 69

Claydon, Oxon., 64

Claypole, Lincs., 120n; see also Alexander of Claypole

Clayworth, Notts., 6-7, 142

Clement, see William Clement

Cleveland, Yorks. N. (York dioc.), archdcn., 81

Cliff, see Richard de Cliff

Clifton, North, Notts., 61
-, -, preb., xi, xiv n, 61-2

Clifton, see also Hugh of Clifton

Clinton, see Geoffrey de Clinton, Roger de Clinton

Co, see Walter de Co

Coates, Lincs., 13n

Coddington, Notts., 97

'Colin', see Robert 'de colin'

Colingburn', see Robert de Colingburn'

Collingbourne Ducis or Kingston, Wilts., 140n

Collingham, Notts., 106n; see also Hugh of Collingham

Colonna, Columpna, see James de Colonna, John de Colonna, John de Colonna, son of Landulf, John de Colonna de Urbe, Landulf de Colonna, Odo de Colonna, Peter de Colonna

Combe St. Nicholas, Somt., x n

Comite, see Nicholas de Comite

Constabularius, see Robert, son of William the constable, Simon Constabularius, William, bp.'s constable

Constanciis, de, see Robert de Constanciis

Conti of Anagni, family, 58n; see also Adenulf dei Conti of Anagni

Cor', see Ranulph Cor'

Cornhill, see William de Cornhill

Cornhill, London, 28n

Cornwall, 2n; see also John of Cornwall, Richard of Cornwall (two)

Corringham, Great, Lincs., 62, 171
-, -, preb., xi, 62-3, 98, 171-2

Corringham, Little, Lincs., 171

Corringham, wapentake, Lincs., 169

Coutances, Manche, France, 2n; see also John of Coutances, Philip of Coutances, Walter of Coutances

Coventry, Warwicks. (Lichfield dioc.), archdcn., 89
-, -, Ben. abbey, 52

Coventry and Lichfield, bp., 10, 17n, 28, 35n, 48, 118
-, -, cathedral, see Lichfield
-, -, dioc., 5-6

Crakehall, Yorks. N., 43n; see also John of Crakehall

Craon, see Guy de Craon

Croendon, see Reginald de Croendon

Cropredy, Oxon., 64
-, -, preb., xi, 64-5

Crowland, Lincs., Ben. abbey, monk, 137n

Croydon, Surrey, 137n

Culverthorpe, Lincs., 71, 72

Curcy, see Matthew de Curcy

Dalbi, see William de Dalbi

Dalby, Leics., 149n

Dalby, Lincs., xii, 57, 149n

Dalby, Yorks. N., 149n

Dalderby, Lincs., 5n; see also John of Dalderby

Damory, family, 12n

Darley, Derbys., Aug. abbey, 6

Darley, Peak, Derbys., 6, 142

Darlington, co. Durham, see Nicholas of Darlington

Darlton, Notts., 34n; see also Roger of Darlton

David, archdcn. of Buckingham, 2, 39-40, 71, 100, 100, 152, 155

David, can., 121, 164

David of St. Frideswide, 121-2

Decem Librarum, preb., x, xii, 65-6, 111, 170

Dedham, Essex, 43n

Deeping, see Geoffrey de Deeping

Deeping, Lincs., 13n

Derby, Derbys., All Saints church, 6, 142
-, -, (Lichfield dioc.), archdcn., 122, 126

Derby, see also Henry of Derby, John of Derby (two), Philip of Derby, Roger of Derby

Dereham, Norf., see Elias of Dereham

Diceto, de, see Ralph de Diceto

Diham, see John de Dyham

Diss, Norf., 135n

Dominicus, see Geoffrey Dominicus

Dorchester, Oxon., 1
-, -, bp., 98; see also Remigius, Wulfwig
-, -, see, ix, x

Dorset (Salisbury dioc.), archdcn., 8, 44n, 105

Dover, Kent, see Richard of Dover, Solomon of Dover

Dratton, see William of Lincoln, can.

Drayton, East, Notts., 34n

Droco de Trublevilla, 122n

Drogo de Fravill', 122, 164

Drogo de Freville, 122n

Drokensford, see John de Drokensford

Droxford, Hants, 91n

Dublin, Ireland, abp., 57, 58

Duddington, Northants, 70

Dunewico, see Leonard de Dunewico

Dunham, Notts., 34n; see also Ralph of Dunham

Dunham and Newport, preb., xi, 15, 66-7, 119, 135

Dunholme, Lincs., 66, 135
-, -, preb., see Dunham and Newport

Dunstable, Beds., Aug. priory, 52n
-, -, -, can., 53

Dunstable, see also Thomas of Dunstable

Dunstall, Lincs., 62, 171

Dunwich, Suff., 131n

Durand of Lincoln, 47, 96

Durham, archdcn., 92, 105, 141
-, -, bp., 22, 88, 97, 100, 105, 153
-, -, cathedral priory, 17, 91n

Dyham, see John de Dyham

Easby, Yorks. N., 141n

Eaton, Little, Derbys., 6

Eboraco, de, see York

Ecclesfield, Yorks. W., 64

Edlaston, Derbys., 5

Edward I, king of England, 98

Edward de Sancto Johanne, 66, 96, 103 (bis), 103

Edwinstowe, Notts., 142

Eggington, Beds., 78

Elias, 73

Elias, son of Ranulph Flambard, 100, 100, 152

Elias of Dereham, 73

Elsham, Lincs., 21, 118
-, -, Aug. priory, 21
-, -, -, prior, 148, 160 & n

Elstow, Beds., 42n; see also Alexander of Elstow

Ely, Cambs., 81n
-, -, archdcn., 9, 27, 145
-, -, Ben. abbey, 99

Ely, bp., 9, 92, 153
-, -, bp.-el., 66
-, -, cathedral priory, prior, 151
-, -, dioc., 26, 27
-, -, see, ix, 27, 99

Ely, see also Adam of Ely, William of Ely

Emm', M., subdean, 22n

Empingham, Rutl., 68
-, -, preb., x, 68

Engelram, can., 122

Erneis de Burun, 94

Escot, le, see Geoffrey Scot

Essendine, see William de Essendine

Essex (London dioc.), archdcn., 32, 81, 82, 107

Essex, earl, 126n

Estaing, see William de Estiniaco

Esthall, see Robert de Esthall

Estiniaco, de, see William de Estiniaco

Eugenius III, pope, 170

Eustace de Fauconberg, 28n

Everard, can., 122

Everard, provost of the Common, 122

Everard de Bromholm, 122

Evesham, Worcs., see Nicholas of Evesham

Évreux, France, archdcn., 8
-, -, cathedral, can., 66

Ewerby, Lincs., 73

Exeter, Devon, archdcn., 37n
-, -, bp.-el., 58, 126
-, -, cathedral, chanc., 20
-, -, -, preb., x n, 60, 64, 81, 126
-, -, -, precentor, 28

Eynsham, Oxon., Ben. abbey, 48, 51, 64, 98, 102

Eynsham, see also Adam of Eynsham

Falconer, see Robert the Falconer

Faringdon, Little, Oxon., 74

Farndon, Notts., 69

Farndon-cum-Balderton, preb., xi, xiv nn, 69-70

Fauconberg, family, 28n; see also Eustace de Fauconberg, Philip de Fauconberg

Fécamp, Seine-Maritime, France, Ben. abbey, monk, 1

Feringes, see Richard de Feringes

Ferre, see William Ferre

Ferriby, Lincs., see Benedict of Ferriby

Ferring, East or West, Sussex, 56n

Fieschi, family, 73; see also Lavania

Finedon, Northants, 124

Firsby, see William de Firsby

Firsby, Lincs., 45n

Fisherton, Wilts., 146n

Fiskerton, see Thomas de Fiskerton

Fiskerton, Lincs., 146n

Fiskerton, Notts., 146n

Flambard, see Elias, son of Ranulph Flambard, Ranulph Flambard

Flanders, count, 169

Fleming, Le, see John Le Fleming

Foderingeye, see Walter of Fotheringhay

Foliot, see Gilbert Foliot, Robert Foliot

Forde, Dorset, Cist. abbey, abbot, 134n

Fortin, see William Fortin

Fotheringhay, Northants, 86n; see also Walter of Fotheringhay

Francis Napoleonis de Ursinis, 70n

Fravill', see Drogo de Fravill'

Frederick de Lavania, 122

'Fredus', subdean, see Humphrey

Freiston, Suff., Ben. priory, prior, 137n

Freville, family, 122n; see also Drogo de Freville, Robert de Freville

Frievill', see Drogo de Freville

Frisby, see William of Frisby

Frisby, Leics., 45n

Fritwell, see Roger de Fritwell

Fritwell, Oxon., 142n

Frivile, see Drogo de Fravill'

Fuldon, see Roger de Fuldon

Fulk, son of Philip Apostolorum, 134

Fulk, son-in-law of Helfrid, 65

Fulk de Chesney, 2, 122

Fulk, William son of, see William, son of Fulk I

Fulk son of Robert son of Guthred, William son of, see William, son of Fulk II

Fulstow, Lincs., 113, 125; see also Gilbert of Fulstow

Gandavo, see Simon de Gandavo

Gant, see Gilbert de Gant

Gare, see John de la Gare, William de la Gare

Gawcott, Bucks., 100

Gentilius, can., xvi, 117, 122-3

Geoffrey, archdcn. of Bedford, 42, 42n, 111, 111

Geoffrey, bp. of St. Asaph, 157

Geoffrey, can., 123

Geoffrey, can. and pr., 123, 152

Geoffrey, the chapl. (c. 1150), 123, 156

Geoffrey, the chapl. (1185 and 1186), 123

Geoffrey, chapl. of Henry II, see Geoffrey Dominicus

Geoffrey, dean, xvi, 8, 9, 86, 111, 142n, 162

Geoffrey, son of Pain, 94

Geoffrey, treas., 18, 111, 154 (bis), 155 (bis)

Geoffrey 'abas', 123, 152

Geoffrey Abbas, 123

Geoffrey de Bocland, 123

Geoffrey 'Chicling', 9

Geoffrey de Clinton, 39

Geoffrey de Deeping, 13-14, 19n, 22n, 42, 65n, 111, 111, 141n

Geoffrey Dominicus, 9, 86, 123, 156n, 157

Geoffrey de Gorron, 123

Geoffrey 'Kytlynge', 9

Geoffrey de Lichela, 124, 163

Geoffrey Fitz Peter (Piers), 126n
-, -, Henry son of, see Henry

Geoffrey Plantagenet, 2, 8n, 9n, 25, 25, 30, 111, 117, 122, 139 (bis)

Geoffrey Pollard, 55

Geoffrey Rufus, 153

Geoffrey de Sancto Edwardo, 124, 163

Geoffrey Scot, 124

Geoffrey de Thame, 15, 24n, 111, 122n, 145n

Geoffrey of Thouars, 124, 143

Geoffrey de Torpell', 124

Geoffrey de Trailli, 8n

George of Saluzzo, 41

Gerald of Wales, ix, xiv, 2

Gerard, can., 2, 19, 124, 124

Gerard, M., can., 33, 124, 124

Gerard de Rowella, 125, 126

Gerard de Weseham, 125

Gerold, Roger son of, see Roger

Gervase, can., 125, 164

Gervase Pullus, 125

Gilbert, archdcn. of Buckingham, 39, 39, 111

Gilbert, archdcn. of Stow, 46, 111

Gilbert, can., 125, 125

Gilbert, can. and pr., 125, 125

Gilbert, can. and pr. (another), 125, 125

Gilbert, can. of St. Paul's, Bedford, 52n

Gilbert II, prior of Sempringham, 45n

Gilbert, son of Richard the archdcn., 24, 125, 125, 152

Gilbert, subdean, 22, 111

Gilbert Foliot, 2, 35

Gilbert of Fulstow, 125, 153

Gilbert de Gant, x, 68

Gilbert de Glanville, 22n, 81n

Gilbert de Lacy, 19, 111

Gilbert of Mablethorpe, 125-6, 134n

Gilbert Fitz Reinfrid, 148

Gilbert de Rowella, 126

Gilbert de Scardeburg, 126

Gilbert de Segrave (d. 1312), 87-8

Gilbert de Segrave (d. 1316), 87-8

Gilbert de Strattone, 24, 109

Gilbert de Tantone, 14n, 28, 111

Gilbert the Universal, 151, 154

Giles, cardinal-dcn. of SS. Cosmo e Damiano, 86

Giles le Rous, 32, 68, 76

Giles, William son of, see William

Gillovill, see Henry de Gillovill

Girton, Notts., 95

Glanville, see Gilbert de Glanville

Glen, Magna or Parva, Leics., 119n

Glene, see Alan de Glene

Gloucester (Worcester dioc.), archdcn., 26

Goderic, can., 87, 126

Godfrey, archdcn. of Leicester, 32, 32, 112

Godfrey, bp. of Bath, 153

Godfrey, can., 126, 152

Godfrey de Lucy, 2-3, 126, 162, 164

Godfrey, William son of, see William

Godred, provost of the Common, 87

Godred of Lincoln, 87, 126

Gorron, see Geoffrey de Gorron

Gosberton, Lincs., 128

Grainvilla, see Robert de Grainvilla

Grandisson, see Thomas de Grandisson

Grant, Le, see Richard Le Grant

Gravel', see William de Gravel'

Gravele, see Robert de Gravele

Graveley, Herts., 140n

Gravenel, see Robert de Gravele

Gravesend, Kent, 4n, 32n; see also Richard of Gravesend (two)

Grecus, see Nicholas Grecus

Greetwell, Lincs., 93

Gregory, official of archdcn. of Northampton, 30n

Gregory IX, pope, 139

Gretton, see Philip de Gretton

Gretton, Northants, xi, 70
-, -, preb., xi, 70-1

Griffin Wallensis, 53n

Grim, see Richard Grim

Grosseteste, see Robert Grosseteste

Guala, papal legate, 64, 72, 131

Gualo, abbot of Revesby, 44n

Guarinus, can., xvi, 147

Gubion, see Ralph Gubion

Guerno, see Peter Guerno

Gundevil', see William de Gundevil'

Gunter, can., 126, 148
-, -, William son of, see William

Guy de Craon, 71

Guy de Ham, 126, 152

H., Master, bp.'s clk., 127

H., called dean, 8-9

Hackthorn, Lincs., 138n

Hacon, sheriff of Lincoln, 132
-, -, -, Odo son of, see Odo
-, -, -, William son of, see William

Hailes, Glos., 25n; see also Robert of Hailes

Haimo, see Hamo

Ham, see Guy de Ham

Hamelin, rural dean, 8n

Hamo, archdcn. of Leicester, 33, 112, 165

Hamo, can., 33, 112, 165

Hamo, M., chanc., xvi, 13n, 16, 16n, 45, 112, 124, 155, 156, 159, 161

Hamo, dean, 9, 33, 59n, 112, 164, 165 (passim)

Hamo of Winchester, 126

Hampton, see William of Southampton

Hamtona, see Nicholas de Hamtona

Hanworth, see Richard of Hanworth

Harbledown, Kent, 46n

Harcourt, Eure, France, 8n; see also Philip of Harcourt

Hardres, see Robert de Hardres

Hardres, Upper or Lower, Kent, 27n

Harington', see Richard de Harington'

Harrington, Northants, 49n

Harrington, Northumb., 49n

Harrowden, Great, Northants, 138

Haselshaw, see Walter Haselshaw

Hastings, Sussex, 1

Haucton', Hauton, see William de Aveton

Haverholme, Lincs., Cist. abbey, 2

Hawkley, see Henry de Hawkley

Hawkley, Hants, 91n

Haydor, Lincs., xi, 71, 72

Haydour-cum-Walton, preb., xi, 71-2, 100

Heanor, Derbys., 53n

Heapham, Lincs., 171

Hecham, see Nicholas de Hegham

Heddrington, see Richard de Hetherington

Hegham, see Nicholas de Hegham

Heigham, Norf., 11n

Helfrid, the reeve, 65

Hem., see W. Hem.

Hemingbrough, Yorks. E., 91n; see also William of Hemingbrough

Henevere, see William de Henevere

Henry, archdcn. of Huntingdon, see Henry of Huntingdon

Henry, M., called archdcn. of Oxford, 38n

Henry, M., can., 126

Henry I, king of England, xi, 6 (ter), 7, 15, 19n, 49, 50, 54 (bis), 62 (bis), 68, 71, 86, 89 (passim), 92, 99 (bis), 103, 153, 171
-, -, -, wife of, see Matilda

Henry II, king of England, x n, xvi, 2, 3, 5 (bis), 6 (ter), 7 (bis), 50, 55, 59, 74, 76, 81, 84, 86, 103 (bis), 123 (bis), 126, 135, 156n, 157, 169, 170, 171

Henry, prior of Ely, 151

Henry, son of Geoffrey Fitz Peter, 126-7, 136

Henry, son of Peter, 127

Henry, the young king, 86

Henry de Acholt, 127

Henry of Benniworth, 24, 63, 109

Henry Burghersh, xv

Henry of Chichester, 17, 90, 96

Henry of Derby, 127

Henry de Gillovill, 127

Henry de Hawkley, 91-2, 92

Henry of Huntingdon, xiv, 16 & n, 18 (bis), 21, 27, 27 (ter), 112, 151, 152, 153-4, 155, 159 (bis), 160

Henry de Lexington, 4, 4, 10, 11n, 13n, 14nn, 29n, 76, 102n, 133

Henry of London, 19, 58

Henry Lovel, 15n, 127

Henry de Nassington, 55

Henry d' Oilly, 45n

Henry of Sandwich, archdcn. of Oxford, 37, 107n, 112

Henry of Sandwich, knight, 37n

Henry de Ver, 127, 149

Henry de Vere, 127

Henry de Winchcombe, 55

Herbaldon, see William of Canterbury

Herbert, archdcn. of Northampton, 30-1, 31, 112, 128

Herbert Le Poer, 2-3, 31, 65, 112, 127-8, 163

Hereford, Herefs., bp., 2, 16n, 35 (bis), 74
-, -, bp.-el., 36
-, -, cathedral, can., 35, 38, 92
-, -, -, chanc., 127
-, -, -, preb., x n, 8, 13, 15, 28, 39, 69, 77
-, -, -, precentor, 96
-, -, -, treas., 10, 37

Herfes, see Robert de Herfes

Herforde, see Robert de Herforde

Hervey, can., 128

Hervey, son of William, 128

Hervey de Luda, xvi

Hervey of Rauceby, 128

Hetherington, see Richard de Hetherington

Hibaldstow, Lincs., 21, 107, 108-9

Hicche, see Robert de Hicche

Hich, see Nicholas de Hich

Higham Gobion, Beds., 11n

Hispania, see James of Spain

Hitchin, Herts., 23n, 28n

Hoch', see Henry de Acholt

Hocton, see Hugh de Hocton

Hognaston, Derbys., 5

Hoketon, see Hugh de Hocton

Hokholt, see Henry de Acholt

Holme, see Robert de Holme

Hook, see John Hook

Horley, Oxon, xi, 99-100

Horton, see Richard de Horton

Hough on the Hill, Lincs., 66n

Hougham, Lincs., 66

Houghton, Houton, see Hugh de Hocton, John de Houton

Howden, Yorks. E., 91n

Hubert de Sancto Claro, 19n

Hubert Walter, 142, 144, 149

Hugh, archdcn. of Bedford, 8n, 41, 41, 112, 153, 154 (bis)

Hugh, ? archdcn. of Huntingdon, 27, 27, 112, 159, 160

Hugh, archdcn. of Stow, 16n, 44, 44, 112, 128, 154n
-, -, -, Osbert son of, see Osbert

Hugh, can. (c. 1118), 128

Hugh, can. (1160s), 128

Hugh, can. (? c. 1180), 128, 128

Hugh, can. (? before c. 1187), 128, 128

Hugh, can. (c. 1198), 128

Hugh, can. and pr. (d. before c. 1188), 44, 128

Hugh, M., official of bp., 162

Hugh, preb. Caistor, 59, 59

Hugh of Avallon, xv, 3, 9, 12, 13nn, 14n, 34, 40n, 45n, 48, 65, 85, 89, 112, 115, 116, 124n, 126n, 128, 137n, 140, 143, 171

Hugh Barre, 33, 112, 135n, 157

Hugh of the Bight, 128
-, -, Adam son of, see Adam
-, -, John son of, see John

Hugh the Burgundian, 128

Hugh of Clifton, 61, 164

Hugh of Collingham, 106

Hugh de Hocton, 23, 98n, 109

Hugh de Hungeri, 128, 133, 164

Hugh of Leicester, 30n

Hugh of London, 129, 162 (bis), 164

Hugh de Luvetot, 93

Hugh de la Mara, 129, 164

Hugh de Mareseia, 129

Hugh de Mortuo Mari, 129

Hugh de Nonant, 35n

Hugh de Normanton, 63, 104

Hugh de Oysel, 41

Hugh du Puiset, 3n, 22

Hugh de Sancto Edwardo, 46, 112

Hugh of Wells, bp., 3, 66, 73, 77, 88, 95, 129, 130, 131, 137n, 144

Hugh of Wells, preb. Milton Manor, 88, 129

Hugh of Wells, unident. preb., 88, 129

Humaz, see Jordan de Humaz

Humphrey, bp.'s chapl., 8n, 67

Humphrey, subdean, 8n, 12n, 15, 21, 67, 67, 79-80, 139n, 152, 153, 156 & n, 157

Hundon, Lincs., 59

Hungar', see Peter de Hungar'

Hungeri, see Hugh de Hungeri

Huntingdon, Hunts., archdcnry., 26
-, -, -, official, 29n
-, -, archdcn., clk., 67
-, -, archdcns., 26-30
-, -, Aug. priory, 89
-, -, earl, see Waltheof

Huntingdon, see also Henry of Huntingdon

Ilbert, can., 100n, 129

Ilchester, Somt., see Herbert Le Poer, Richard of Ilchester

Ingelrannus, 122

Ingham, Lincs., 98 & n; see also William of Ingham

Innocent II, pope, 169n

Innocent III, pope, 80

Innocent IV, pope, 122

Insula, see Robert de Insula, Roger de Insula

Ivelcestria, see Herbert Le Poer, Richard of Ilchester

Ivinghoe, Bucks., 87n; see also Ralph of Ivinghoe

Ivo Taillebois, 50, 94

J., subdean, 23n

James de Colonna, 29, 82, 97

James de Sabello de Buccamatiis, 97-8

James of Spain, 60

Jew, see Aaron the Jew

Jocelin, abbot of Bruern, 22n

Jocelin, treas., 19, 112, 164, 165n

Jocelin de Amundeville, 18

Jocelin de Bohun, 31

Jocelin of Kirmington, 47, 56, 68

Jocelin of Wells, 34n, 77

John, king of England, 78, 83, 167

John, prior of Freiston, 137n

John, the sacrist, 130, 164

John, son of Hugh of the Bight, 128

'John, treas.', 19n, 165n

John de Anibaldis, 64-5, 89

John of Banbury, 37, 51, 79, 130

John of Banbury (? another), 130

John de Barton, 61

John of Basingstoke, 34, 77

John Bek, 26n

John Blund, 84

John de Braitoft, 130

John de Brancastre, 83, 107

John de Colonna, 29, 64, 82, 82, 97

John de Colonna, son of Landulf, 29, 82, 97

John de Colonna de Urbe, 29, 64, 97

John of Cornwall, 130

John of Coutances, 36, 69, 75, 163

John of Crakehall, 43, 113

John of Dalderby, xv, 5, 18, 93

John of Derby, can., 130

John of Derby, dean of Lichfield, 130

John de Drokensford, 91

John de Dyham, 43, 54, 54

John Le Fleming, xii n, 18n, 70, 79

John de la Gare, 83

John Hook, 44, 83

John de Houton, 31-2, 42, 68, 68

John de Judice, 75-6

John de Lacy, 90, 105

John de Langeton, 66

John de Lindsey, 85, 96

John Lovel, 57

John de Maidenstan, 11, 17n, 38, 43, 99

John de Marston, 23, 113

John Maunsel (d. 1265), 102, 102

John Maunsel (d. c. 1327), 63, 78

John Maunsel, M., 102

John of Monmouth, 87, 87

John de Offington, 76, 76

John of Oundle, 23-4, 109

John of Oxford, 130

John Pecham, 119

John de Raveningham, 29n

John Ricardi Mathie de Urbe, 89

John Le Romeyn (the younger), 15, 17-18, 90 93

John de Sag', 130

John of St. Giles, 37

John of St. Giles (another), 37

John de Sancto Egidio, 17n, 37, 51, 78, 78-9, 130

John de Sancto Johanne, 96n

John de Schalby, xiv-xv & nn, 53

John de Sharestede, 49, 55, 150

John Shorne, 145n

John Soudan, 131

John of Stratford, 26

John de Tantone, 14, 113

John de Taunton, 14

John of Tynemouth, 22nn, 36, 75

John de Ver, 95

John de Vercellis, 71, 72, 101

John de Wengham, 50

John de Withington, 56, 74

John of York, 23 & n, 46, 91n, 113, 141n

Jordan, can., 113

Jordan de Amundeville, 18-19, 19, 113, 119, 153, 155, 156, 160

Jordan de Humaz, 131, 164

Jordan of Lincoln, 131

Judice, Judicis, de, family, 75n; see also John de Judice

Kadeneia, see Robert of Cadney

Kelby, Lincs., 71, 72

Kelesei, see Richard of Kelsey

Kelsey, North, Lincs., xi, 92
-, -, -, preb., xi, 92-3

Kelsey, see also Richard of Kelsey

Kendal, Westmorland, 148

Kenilworth, Warwicks., Aug. priory, prior, 135n

Kent, see Richard of Kent (two), Theobald of Kent

Kentensis, see Richard of Kent (two)

Kersinton, see Walter de Kersinton

Ketering, see William de Ketering

Ketton, Rutl., 72-3
-, -, preb., xi, 72-3

Keuermunt, see Peter of Kirmond

Kildare, Ireland, bp., 14

Kilkenny, see Odo of Kilkenny

Kilsby, Northants, 52

Kilworth, South, Leics., 84n; see also Robert of Kilworth

King's Sutton, Northants, xi, 99, 100
-, -, preb., see Sutton-cum-Buckingham

Kingerby, Lincs., 21, 118

Kirkby, Northants, 70

Kirkby, 'preb.', 52; see also Bedford Major

Kirkby cum Osgodby, Lincs., 21

Kirkby Underwood, Lincs., 52

Kirketon, see Warin de Kirketon

Kirkham, see Walter de Kirkham

Kirkham, Yorks. E., 88n

Kirkstead, Lincs., Cist. abbey, 25, 61n, 147n

Kirmington, Lincs., 47n; see also Jocelin of Kirmington

Kirmond le Mire, Lincs., 66n; see also Peter of Kirmond

Kirton, Notts., 147n

Kirton, Suff., 147n

Kirton in Holland, Lincs., 145, 147n

Kirton in Lindsey, Lincs., 21, 59, 60, 62, 105, 107, 108, 109, 147n, 169-70, 171-2
-, -, 'preb.', 107

Kivelingworth, see Robert of Kilworth

Knighton, Leicester, Leics., 77

Kniveton, Derbys., 5

Kyme, family, 19n; see also Philip de Kyme, Richard de Kyme

'Kytlynge', see Geoffrey 'Kytlynge'

Kyvelingwrth, see Robert of Kilworth