Index

Fasti Ecclesiae Anglicanae 1066-1300: Volume 9, the Welsh Cathedrals (Bangor, Llandaff, St Asaph, St Davids). Originally published by Institute of Historical Research, London, 2003.

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. "Index", Fasti Ecclesiae Anglicanae 1066-1300: Volume 9, the Welsh Cathedrals (Bangor, Llandaff, St Asaph, St Davids), (London, 2003). 73-83. British History Online. Web. 25 June 2024, https://www.british-history.ac.uk/fasti-ecclesiae/1066-1300/vol9/pp73-83.

Persons are indexed under their personal names and cross-references are given under their family names or toponyms. Names are arranged alphabetically, ignoring 'de', 'of, 'son of, 'Fitz', 'ap', 'ab', 'la', 'le'. Significant variant forms of names are included. Bold figures indicate the pages on which the main entries for individual dignitaries and canons of cathedrals may be found.

'A.', archdcn. of St Davids, 56n

A-, ? can. of Llandaff, 25

Aberconwy (Gwynedd), Cist. abbey, subprior, xxii, 3

Abergavenny (Gwent), Ben. priory, prior, 14
-, -, steward, 24
-, -, see also Walter of Abergavenny

Abergele (Clwyd), church, 38

Abingdon (Berks.), Ben. abbey, abbot, 33

Abraham, archdcn. 'of Gwent', 17, 18

Abraham, bp. of St Asaph, 34

Abraham, bp. of St Davids, 45
-, -, sons of, see Hedd; Isaac

Abraham, pr,, 18

Abraham Gobion, 20, 25-6, 28

Abraham ap Gruffudd, 6, 7, 8

Adam, archdcn. of St Asaph, 38

Adam, M., bp. of St Asaph, 34

Adam, can. of Llandaff, 26

Adam, M., clerk of Llywelyn, 42, 43

Adam, dean of Bangor, 5

Adam, M., official of St Asaph, 42

Adam Bareth, 52, 56

Adam of Cardigan, 61, 72

Adam son of David, 38, 42, 44

Adam de Houghton, 61

Adam of Petit Pont, 34n

Adam de Roche, 59n

Adam de Sancta Trinitate, 8

Adam, son of, see John ab Adam; William son of Adam

Adda, son of, see Bleddyn ab Adda; Llywarch ab Adda; Tudur ab Adda

Aiguebelle (Savoie, France), 27n, 29
-, -, see also Hugh de Bella Aqua; Peter de Bella Aqua

Aigueblanche, see Peter of Aigueblanche

Alan, bp. of Bangor, 3

Alan, Ithel son of, see Ithel

Alexander, ? can. of St Asaph, 42

Alexander, M., can. of St Davids, 61

Alexander IV, pope, 49

Alexander Llywelyn, xxiv, 5-6

Allt Melyd (Clwyd), church, 41, 42

Amlwch (Anglesey), church, 6

Anarawd, ab, 64n

Angharad, daughter of Urban bp, of Llandaff, 14n

Angharad, wife of William de Barri, 46n, 55n

Anglesey, archdcnry. (Bangor dioc.), 6
-, -, archdcns., 6-7

Anian, M., archdcn. of St Asaph (1250), 38

Anian, archdcn. of St Asaph (1306), 42

Anian, M., bp. of Bangor, 4, 6

Anian I, bp. of St Asaph, 35, 36

Anian II, bp. of St Asaph, 35, 38, 42

Anian, dean of St Asaph, 37

Anian Luffy, 8

Anian of Montgomery, 42
-, -, father of, Llywelyn, 42n

Anian Sais, 7

Anian, see also Einion

Anselm, abp. of Canterbury, 1

Anselm le Gros, 48, 62

Antony Bek, 49 & n, 67, 70

Arfon (Gwynedd), dean, 8

Argenten, see Geoffrey de Argenten

Arthur of Bardsey, 2, 5bis, 8, 11

Asser, can. of St Davids, 61, 64
-, -, John son of, see John

Aubrey of Fécamp, 26

Avalon, see Hugh of Avalon

Avenbury (Herefs.), see Giles of Avenbury

Avranches (Manche, France), see Matthew of Avranches

Baldwin, abp. of Canterbury, 6

Bangor (Gwynedd), archdcnry., 5
-, -, archdcns., 5-6
-, -, bps., 1-4, 35
-, -, -, clerk, 9
-, -, cath., cans., 8-11
-, -, -, chapter, xxii-xxiii
-, -, -, deanery, 4
-, -, -, deans, 4-5
-, -, land in, 4
-, -, Pontifical, 4

'Bankbiry', parson, 58

Bardsey (Gwynedd), see Arthur of Bardsey

Bareth, see Adam Bareth

Barri, family, 55n
-, -, see also Gerald of Wales; John de Barri; William de Barri

Barry, see Thomas Barry

Bartholomew, Walter son of, see Walter

Bath and Glastonbury, bp., 19n

Becket, see Thomas Becket

'Beensingt", see Philip de Kensinton

Bek, see Antony Bek; Thomas Bek; Walter Bek

Bella Aqua, see Hugh de Bella Aqua; Peter de Bella Aqua

Benedict, cardinal-dcn., 20

Benedict of Englefield, 42

Bernard, bp. of St Davids, xxi, xxiv, 2, 5, 46

Betws Cadwaladr (Clwyd), 44

Betws-yn-Rhos (Clwyd), church, 38

Bleddyn ab Adda, 43

Bleddyn, son of, see Cadwgan ap Bleddyn; Dafydd ap Bleddyn

Bleduc, can. of St Davids, 61

Bleuddydd, bp. of St Davids, 33, 45

Bogo de Clare, 16, 21

Bogo de Knovill, 54n

Bosbury (Herefs.), see Thomas of Bosbury

Bosham (Sussex), secular coll., can., 62

Brandon, see Reginald de Brandon

Brant Broughton (Lines.), rector, 61n

Bratton Fleming (Devon), church, 49

Brawdy (Penfro), preb. of St Davids, 60

Bray, see Henry de Bray

Brecon, archdcnry. (St Davids dioc.), 54
-, -, archdcns., 54-6
-, -, dean, 66
-, -, see also Mathias of Brecon

Brickhill (Bucks.), 44n
-, -, see also William de Brickhill

Bridgnorth (Salop), secular coll., can., 31
-, -, -, dean, 22

Briouze, family, 16n
-, -, see also Robert de Briouze; William de Briouze

Bristol, St Augustine's Aug. priory, can., 14
-, -, merchants, 16n

Brito, see William Brito

Bromfield, see Llywelyn de Bromfield

Bruera, see William de Bruera

Brun, see John Brun

Brut y Tywysogyon, Welsh annals, xxv

Bugeildy (Maesyfed), rector, 70

Burgh, see Geoffrey de Burgh; Hubert de Burgh; William de Burgh

Burgo, see Geoffrey de Burgo

Burnel, see William Burnel

Burret, Burrethe, see William de Burrethe

Burton, see Richard de Burton

Bussch, see John Bussch

'C.', archdcn. of Carmarthen, 58-9

Cadwaladr, brother of prince Owain Gwynedd, 2

Cadwgan, M., can. of Bangor, 8-9

Cadwgan, can. of St Davids, 61

Cadwgan ap Bleddyn, xix

Cadwgan of Llandyfái, 3-4, 65n

Cadwgan, son of, see Goronwy ap Cadwgan; leuaf ap Cadwgan

Caerau, preb. of Llandaff, 23n

Caergybi (Holyhead), archpr., 10

Caerhun (Gwynedd), church, 5

Caerleon (Gwent), see Richard of Caerleon

Canor', see John ap Keinor

Canterbury, abp., xxiv, 2quater, 3bis, 4bis, 5ter, 6, 13ter, 14quater, 15, 16ter, 17bis, 23, 33ter, 34quater, 35quater, 38, 45, 46ter, 47ter, 48, 49, 55, 64, 67
-, -, -, official, 22
-, -, -, see also Anselm; Edmund of Abingdon; John Pecham; Lanfranc; Richard of Dover; Robert de Winchelsey; Theobald; Thomas Becket
-, -, cam. priory, prior, 35, 50

Cantilupe, see Roger de Cantilupe

Capella, see William de Capella

Caradog, archdcn. of Meifod, 39
-, -, son of, see Sulien ap Caradog

Caradog, ? can. of Llandaff, 26

Caradog of Llancarfan, 26

Cardiff (S. Glam.), see W- of Cardiff

Cardigan, archdcnry. (St Davids dioc.), 57
-, -, archdcns., 57-8
-, -, see also Adam of Cardigan

Carew (Penfro), 48 & n
-, -, see also Richard of Carew

Carmarthen, archdcnry. (St Davids dioc.), 58
-, -, archdcns., 58-9
-, -, pr., 71

Carwed, son of, see Hywel ap Carwed

Cashel (Ireland), council (1171), 18

Cedifor ap Daniel, 39, 57

Cemais (Penfro), 49n

Charlton, see Lewis de Charlton

Chester, St John's secular coll., dean, 44

Chesterton (Oxon.), incumbent, 55

Chichester, bp., 2
-, -, cath., can., 21, 22, 23, 69

Christchurch (Gwent), 15n
-, -, see also Maurice of Christchurch; Roger of Christchurch; William of Christchurch

Clare, see Bogo de Clare; Gilbert (de Clare); Richard de Clare

clas, Welsh mother-church, xx, xxi, xxiii, 8, 39

Clun (Salop), see Hugh of Clun

Cnoll, see Edward de la Cnoll

Coberley (Glos.), 27n
-, -, see also Geoffrey of Coberley

Cornwall, see David of Cornwall

Coutances (Manche, France), see Walter of Coutances

Coventry, bp., 34n
-, -, cath. priory, monk, 33

Coventry and Lichfield, bp., 22
-, -, dioc., official, 22

Cranburn, see Henry de Cranburn

Crassus, see Anselm le Gros; William le Gros

Culne, see Roger de Culne

'Curnay', see Thomas de Gurney

Cyfnerth, ? treas. of St Asaph, 37, 42

Cynan, son of, see Gruffudd ap Cynan

Cynddelw, archdcn. of Bangor, 6

Cynddelw, archdcn. of Llyn, 6, 7, 8

Cynddelw, dean of Bangor, 5

Cynesige, abp. of York, 13

Cynfrig, son of, see Madog ap Cynfrig

Cynwrig Llwyd, 43

D-, can. of St Asaph, 43

D-, dean of St Asaph, 36

Dafydd ap Bleddyn, 43

Dafydd ap Gruffudd, prince, 9, 10bis

Dafydd ap Llywarch, 40

Dafydd ap Llywelyn, prince, 4, 38

Dafydd, Ithel son of, see Ithel

Dalderby (Lines.), rector, 59n
-, -, see also John of Dalderby

Daniel ap Sulien, 39, 45, 57, 64
-, -, son of, see Cedifor ap Daniel

Daniel, John son of, see John

Daugleddyf (Penfro), church, 53

David, archdcn. of Bangor (1160s), 5

David, M., archdcn. of Bangor (1250s), 6

David, archdcn. of St Asaph (1170), 38

David, M., archdcn. of St Asaph (1230s), 38, 42, 43

David, archdcn. of St Asaph (1260s), 38

David, ? can. of Bangor (1140s), 2, 9

David, M., can. of Bangor (1291), 9

David, M., chanc. of St Asaph, 37

David, clerk of prince Llywelyn ab Iorwerth, 43

David, dean of St Asaph, 36

David I, kg. of Scots, 54

David of Cornwall, 61

David Franceys, 51

David son of Gerald, 46, 55 & n, 57, 69

David le Grant, 26

David ap Gruffudd, 62

David ab Idnard, 62, 63

David Martin, 49-50, 70

David 'the Scot', 1-2

David Vewan, 36

David ap William, 9

David de Witinton, 36

David, Adam son of, see Adam

Deneio (Gwynedd), church, 5

Diserth (Clwyd), church, 38

Dominican friar, 17, 34

Dore (Herefs.), Cist. abbey, monk, 3-4

Dorset, archdcn. (Salisbury dioc.), 49

Drenewydd yn Notais (Newton Nottage) (Mid Glam.), 17

Dublin, abp., 17

Durham, archdcn., 70
-, -, bp., 49 & n, 67

Dyffryn Clwyd (Clwyd), official, 9

Edmund of Abingdon, 35

Ednyfed Fychan, Hywel son of, see Hywel II

Ednyfed son of Sulien ap Caradog, 39

Edward de la Cnoll, 62

Einion son of Sulien ap Caradog, 39

Einion, see also Anian

Elias, archdcn. of Brecon, 54

Elias, can. of Bangor, 9

Elias de Ethelweny, 43

Elias of Radnor, 15, 16, 20, 21bis, 27bis, 70

Elidir, 62
-, -, son of, see Elidir ab Elidir

Elidir ab Elidir, 62

Ely (Cambs.), archdcn., In
-, -, bp., 1, 34

Ely (Mid Glam.), 24, 26

Englefield, deanery (St Asaph dioc.), 42n
-, -, see also Benedict of Englefield

Ermington (Devon), church, 49

Esni, ? can. of Llandaff, 26

'Eston' (Hope, Clwyd), church, 40, 44

Ethelweny, see Elias de Ethelweny

Eugenius III, pope, 54

Exeter, bp., 54
-, -, cath., can., 21, 25, 54, 69, 71
-, -, -, chapter, 8
-, -, -, treas., 48

Eynon, son of, see Walter ab Eynon

Faenol (Clwyd), 40
-, -, preb. of St Asaph, 37, 39, 40

Fécamp (Seine-Maritime, France), see Aubrey of Fécamp

Fecham, Fekeham, see John de Fecham

'Ferytteylu', unidentified benefice, 7

Fiskerton (Lines.), rector, 64

Fladdeb', see Suido de Fladdeb'

Fleming, see John le Fleming

Foke, see John Foke

Foliot, family, 67n
-, -, see also Reginald Foliot

Franceys, see David Franceys

Fychan, see Ednyfed Fychan; Ithel Fychan; Llywelyn Fychan; Madog Fychan

G-, prec. of St Asaph, 37

Geoffrey, bp. of St Davids (d. 1115), see Wilfred

Geoffrey, nephew of Urban bp. of Llandaff, 14n, 26

Geoffrey de Argenten, 62

Geoffrey de Burgh, bp. of Ely, 34

Geoffrey de Burgo, can. of Llandaff, 26

Geoffrey of Coberley, 27

Geoffrey Gruffudd, 22

Geoffrey of Henlow, 47, 50, 56, 59, 60bis, 65, 66bis, 68

Geoffrey of Monmouth, 26, 33

Gerald de Barri (the elder), see Gerald of Wales

Gerald de Barri (the younger), 55-6, 61, 71
-, -, sons and daughter of, 56

Gerald of Wales, career, 6, 47, 53, 55, 58, 59, 60, 61, 62bis, 63quater, 63-4, 65quater, 66bis, 67, 68bis, 69bis, 70, 71bis
-, -, family, 46 & n
-, -, writings, xxi, xxii, xxv, 46 & n, 47bis, 57

Gerald of Windsor, 46n, 48n, 55n
-, -, David son of, see David

Gerard, dean of Pembroke, 62

Gerard Pucelle, 34n

Gervase, archdcn. of Bangor, 6, 7, 8bis

Gervase, bp. of St Davids, see Iorwerth

Gervase, brother of Gwion bp. of Bangor, 2

Gervase, can. of St Asaph, 43

Gervase, M., chanc. of Llandaff, 21

Gervase, portioner in Llanfaes church, 9

Gervase of Llanfair, 9

Gervase Moel, 9

Gervase son of Walwan, 48, 62

Gilbert, bp. of St Asaph, 33

Gilbert (de Clare), earl of Pembroke, 53

Gilbert de Mossylwicke, 59

Giles (of Avenbury), 19n, 66

Gloucester, Ben. abbey, 18bis
-, -, -, monk, 14
-, -, earl, 21n
-, -, -, clerk, 20, 29
-, -, -, steward, 48n
-, -, -, see also Richard de Clare

Gobion, see Abraham Gobion; Maurice Gobion; Nicholas Gobion

Goch, see John Goch

Godfrey, bp. of St Asaph, 33

Goldcliff (Gwent), Ben. priory, prior, 14

Goldsburgh, see Thomas de Goldsburgh

Goronwy ap Cadwgan, 43

Gower, lord of, 19

Grant, see David le Grant

Great Malvern (Worcs.), see Malvern

Greens Norton (Northants), parson, 50

Gregory, M., can. of Bangor, 9-10

Gregory, can. of St Asaph, 37

Griffin Werwerth, 10

Griffith, Owen son of, see Owen

Gros, see Anselm le Gros; William le Gros

Grosseteste, see Robert Grosseteste

Gruffudd, brother of M. Maurice, 19

Gruffudd, can. of Bangor, 10

Gruffudd ap Cynan, prince of Gwynedd, xix, 1- 2, 5

Gruffudd ab lorwerth, 38-9

Gruffudd ap Llywelyn, son of, see Dafydd ap Gruffudd

Gruffudd ap Maredudd, 57

Gruffudd (ap Rhys), father of prince Rhys ap Gruffudd, 57

Gruffudd, son of, see Abraham ap Gruffudd; David ap Gruffudd; Owain ap Gruffudd; Rhys ap Gruffudd

Gruffudd, see also Geoffrey Gruffudd

Gryc, see Hywel ap Carwed

Gunnilda Sturmi, 18

Gurda, see John Gurda

Gurney, see Thomas de Gurney

Gurwared, son of, see Maredudd ap Gurwared

Guy, dean of Bangor, 4

Guy Rufus, dean of Waltham, 2n

Gwion, bp. of Bangor, xxiv, 2, 8
-, -, brothers of, see Gervase; Madog; Philip
-, -, son of, see Philip, archdcn. in Bangor dioc.

Gwrgan, father of Nicholas bp. of Llandaff, 14n

Gwrgan, see Urban, bp. of Llandaff

Gwyddelwern, preb. of St Asaph, xxiii, 40n

Gwynedd, law book of, xx
-, -, Welsh rulers of, xix, xxiv

Gwynedd, see Owain Gwynedd

Gyffin (Gwynedd), church, 4

Hailsham (Sussex), church, 53

Haraud, see John Haraud

Haughmond (Salop), Aug. priory, 34n
-, -, can., 34

Haverford (Haverfordwest, Penfro), 52n
-, -, see also Robert de Haverford

Hedd, son of Abraham bp. of St Davids, 45

Heilin, M- son of, see M-

Helin ab lorwerth, 43

'Hendavarn', unidentified place, 62

Hengham, see Ralph de Hengham

Henllan (Clwyd), church, 36

Henlow (Beds.), church, 47n
-, -, see also Geoffrey of Henlow

Henry, bp. of Llandaff, xxi-xxii, xxiv, 14, 21, 28

Henry, can. of St Davids, 62

Henry, can. of St Davids (another), 62

Henry, earl of Northumberland, 54

Henry I, kg. of England, xix, In, 2

Henry V, emperor, 1 & n

Henry, M., rector of Llanymddyfri, 56

Henry, the young king, son of kg. Henry II, 14, 33, 38, 46

Henry de Bray, 24

Henry de Cranburn, 20

Henry of Llancarfan, 19, 25

Henry of Llandaff, 25

Henry son of Robert, 62, 63, 69

Henry de Villa Amlof, 56

Hereford, bp., 2, 19n, 27n, 66, 67
-, -, cath., can., 19, 22, 24, 46, 55, 70bis
-, -, -, chanc., 19
-, -, -, dean, 19n, 70
-, -, -, treas., 15, 19n, 70

Herewald, bp. of Llandaff, 13, 17, 18, 28bis, 30
-, -, son of, see Leofric, archdcn. of Llandaff

Herewald, can. of Llandaff, 27

Hervey, bp. of Bangor, 1

Honorius II, pope, xxi

Hospitallers (order of St John of Jerusalem), prior in England, 3

Hotham, see William de Hotham

Houghton, see Adam de Houghton

Hubert de Burgh, 15n

Hugh of Avalon, 49n

Hugh de Bella Aqua, 27, 29

Hugh of Clun, 53

Hugh, see also Hywel

Hywel, M., archdcn. of Cardigan, 57

Hywell, bp. of St Asaph, 34

Hywel II, bp. of St Asaph, 35

Hywel ap Carwed (Gryc), 43

Idnard, can. of St Davids, 55, 63
-, -, son of, see David ab Idnard

Ieuaf ap Cadwgan, 43

Ieuan ap Sulien, 57

Ifor I, can. of Llandaff, 27, 63

Ifor II, can. of Llandaff, 27

Ifor, son of, see Philip ab Ifor

Innocent III, pope, xxii

Instructus, M., ? can. of Bangor, 10

Ion, see Jonas

Iorwerth, bp. of St Davids, 47

Iorwerth, ? can. of Bangor, 10

Iorwerth ab Owain, 14n

Iorwerth, son of, see Gruffudd ab lorwerth; Helin ab Iorwerth; Ithel ab lorwerth; Llywelyn ab Iorwerth

Iorwerth, see Gervase of Llanfair

Isaac, ? can. of Llandaff, 27

Isaac, dean of Penychen, 27

Isaac, son of Abraham bp. of St Davids, 45

Ithel, can. of St Asaph, 35

Ithel son of Alan, ? dean of St Asaph, 36

Ithel ap Dafydd, 35, 43

Ithel Fychan, 35, 41

Ithel ab lorwerth, 35, 43

Ivo, M., can. of St Davids, 63

'Ivorus', can. of Llandaff, 27

Jerusalem, St John, see Hospitallers

Jocelin, bp. of Bath and Glastonbury, 19n

Jocelin, rural dean of St Davids, 63

John, archdcn. of Brecon, 56

John, archdcn. of Meifod, 39

John, archdcn. in St Davids dioc., 59

John I, bp. of St Asaph, 34

John II, bp. of St Asaph, 35

John, M., can. of Llandaff, 27

John, M., can. of St Davids, 63

John, kg. of England, xxiibis, 62, 66

John ab Adam, 44

John son of Asser, 61, 64

John de Barri, 52

John Brun, 64

John Bussch, 64, 67

John of Dalderby, 59

John son of Daniel, 64

John de Fecham, 56

John le Fleming, 64

John Foke, 54

John Goch, 60

John Gurda, M. (1230s), 27

John Gurda, M. (1291), 25, 27

John Haraud, 64

John iuvenis, M., 63-4

John ap Keinor, 28

John of Llanddew, 60

John Lovel, 64

John of Monmouth, 17

John Pecham, 67

John of Radnor, 16, 28

John de Roche, 59n

John Simons, 58

John de Sweynese, 51

John de la Warre, 16

John de Whitchurch, 64

John Ystlwyf, 65

Jonas, can. of St Davids, 65, 69
-, -, Robert son of, see Robert

Jordan, archdcn. of Brecon, 54-5, 60

Jordan, chanc. of David I kg. of Scots, 54

Jordan of the Three Mountains, 53

Joseph, bp. of Llandaff, 13

Joseph, bp. of St Davids, 45

K-, archdcn. of Bangor, 6

K-, M., dean of Bangor, see Cynddelw

Keinor, see John ap Keinor

Kensinton, see Philip de Kensinton

Keworth, see Richard de Keworth

'Kilfurn', preb. of St Asaph, 43

Knovill, see Bogo de Knovill; Richard de Knovill

Knowle (Som.), 62n

Lambert, ? can. of St Davids, 65

Lampeter-pont-Stephen (Ceredigion), preb. of St Davids, 50

Lanfranc, abp. of Canterbury, 13

Langton (Leics.), 22n
-, -, see also Walter of Langton

Lateran, council (1179), 46

Laugharne (Caerfyrddin), church, 70

'Laundid' (unidentified), church, 41

Le Bec-Hellouin (Eure, France), Ben. abbey, 14

Ledbury (Herefs.), see Nicholas of Ledbury; William of Ledbury

Legranbrit, see David le Grant

Leia, see Peter de Leia

Leofric, archdcn. of Llandaff, 13, 17, 18

Letterston (Penfro), see Philip of Letterston

Lewis de Charlton, 41

Lichfield, bp., see Coventry and Lichfield
-, -, cath., can., 22, 24, 25, 44, 49, 64, 70, 71

Lifris of Llancarfan, 17

Limerick (Ireland), cath., chanc., 61n

Lincoln, archdcn., 48
-, -, bp., 34 & n, 48, 59
-, -, cath., can., 17, 48, 49, 64, 67, 70
-, -, -, chanc., 59
-, -, -, prec., 22

Lindridge (Worcs.), rector, 58

Lisieux (Calvados, France), bpric., 1

Llanbadarn Fawr (Ceredigion), high pr, 57

Llancarfan (S. Glam.), clas church, xxi, 17bis, 18ter
-, -, see also Caradog of Llancarfan; Henry of Llancarfan; Lifris of Llancarfan; Ralph of Llancarfan; William of Llancarfan

Llan-crwys (Anglesey), church, 6

Llandaff, 20, 21 bis, 24, 25
-, -, archdcnry., 17
-, -, archdcns., 17-20, 70
-, -, Book of Llandaff (Liber Landavensis), xxii, xxv
-, -, bp.-el, 71
-, -, bps., 13-17, 70bis
-, -, -, chapl., 25, 27, 30
-, -, -, clerk, 27, 30, 31bis
-, -, -, official, 25, 42
-, -, cath., cans., 25-31, 71
-, -, -, chancellery, 20
-, -, -, chancs., 20-1
-, -, -, chapter, xxi-xxii
-, -, -, prebs., xxii, 22-5
-, -, -, precentory, 20
-, -, -, precs., 20
-, -, -, treas., 21-2
-, -, -, treasury, 21
-, -, (rural) dean, 26
-, -, see also Henry of Llandaff

Llanddew (Powys), 54

Llanddew (Brycheiniog), 55
-, -, see also John of Llanddew

Llanddewi (Ceredigion), 57

Llandridian (Penfro), 50

Llandudno (Gwynedd), church, 7

Llandyfái (Lamphey, Penfro), 3n
-, -, see also Cadwgan of Llandyfái

Llandyfriog, preb. of St Davids, 57

Llandygái (Gwynedd), church, 5

Llandyssilio-gogo, preb. of St Davids, 51

Llanfaes (Anglesey), church, 9, 10

Llanfair (in Ardudwy, Gwynedd), 9n
-, -, see also Gervase of Llanfair

Llanfair I, preb. of St Asaph, 39, 40

Llanfair II, preb. of St Asaph, 39, 40-1

Llanfair Talhaearn (Clwyd), church, 40, 41

Llanfihangel (Gwynedd), church, 4

Llanfynydd (Caerfyrddin), rector, 52

Llangadog (Caerfyrddin), 58

Llangernyw (Clwyd), church, 40

Llangwm (Gwent), 23, 25
-, -, preb. of Llandaff, 23

Llangwm-isaf (Gwent), 25

Llangystennin (Clwyd), chapel, 38

Llanhamlach (Brycheiniog), rector, 71

Llannefydd (Clwyd), church, 41
-, -, preb. of St Asaph, 37, 39, 41

Llannor (Gwynedd), church, 5

Llanrheithan (Penfro), church, 60

Llanrhian (Penfro), preb. of St Davids, 55, 58, 60

Llansamlet (W. Glam.), 56n

Llansilin (Clwyd), 44

Llanstephan (Caerfyrddin), church, 68

Llanthony by Gloucester, Aug. priory, 47n
-, -, -, prior, 47

Llanwnda (Penfro), church, 55

Llanymddyfri (Caerfyrddin), rector, 56

Llawhaden, preb. of St Davids, 51, 65

Lloyd, see Cyfnerth

Llwyd, see Cynwrig Llwyd

Llyfr Iorwerth, law book, xx

Llyn (Gwynedd), 7
-, -, archdcnry, and archdcn. (Bangor dioc.). 7

Llywarch ab Adda, 44

Llywarch, son of, see Dafydd ap Llywarch

Llywelyn, M., dean of St Asaph, 36

Llywelyn de Bromfield, 35-6, 39, 41, 42bis, 44
-, -, members of his council, 42bis, 43, 44bis

Llywelyn Fychan, 44

Llywelyn ap Gruffudd, prince, xxiv, 5
-, -, clerk of, 7n, 9bis, 10

Llywelyn ab lorwerth, prince, xxii, 47
-, -, clerk of, 8, 10, 42, 43, 44
-, -, son of, see Dafydd ap Llywelyn

Llywelyn, see Alexander Llywelyn

Loef, see Peter Loef

Lombard, see Richard Lombard

London, bp., 36, 46
-, -, cath. of St Paul, can., 22, 24, 67, 69
-, -, St Martin le Grand secular coll., dean, 22

Louis VII, kg. of France, 10

Lovel, see John Lovel

Ludeford, see William de Ludeford

Luffy, see Anian Luffy

Lyon (Rhône, France), abp., 22

M-, can. of St Asaph, 44

M- son of Heilin, 44

Madog, brother of Gwion bp. of Bangor, 2

Madog, can. of Bangor, 10

Madog, sacrist of St Davids, 52n

Madog ap Cynfrig, 7

Madog Fychan, 10

Maelog, Mailoc, see Ralph Mailoc

Malmesbury (Wilts.), Ben. abbey, abbot, 14

Malvern, Great (Worcs.), Ben. priory, prior, 49, 71

Marchele, 29n
-, -, see also Peter de Marchele

Marcle, Much (Herefs.), 29n

Maredudd, archdcn. of Cardigan, 57
-, -, son of, see Gruffudd ap Maredudd

Maredudd ap Gurwared, 59

Maredudd ap Rhys ap Gruffudd, 57

Maredudd, Einion son of, see Anian I, bp. of St Asaph

Margam (W. Glam.), Cist. abbey, 53
-, -, -, abbot, 16

Marshal, see William Marshal I; William Marshal II

Martin, archdcn. of St Davids, 53

Martin, bp. of Bangor, see Cadwgan of Llandyfál

Martin, can. of St Davids, 65

Martin, M., can. of St Davids, 63, 65

Martin son of Pontius, 53, 55, 65

Martin, William son of, see William

Martin, see also David Martin; Nicholas fitzMartin

Mathias, can. of Llandaff, 28, 66

Mathias, clerk (of Llandaff), 28

Mathias of Brecon, 28, 65-6

Mathri (Penfro), 61
-, -, preb. of St Davids, 55bis, 61, 67

Matilda, queen of England, chanc. of, 46

Matthew, archdcn. of Anglesey, see Madog ap Cynfrig

Matthew, M., can. of Bangor, 10

Matthew of Avranches, 66

Matthew of St Davids, 66, 70

Maurice, archdcn. of Cardigan, see Maredudd

Maurice, M., archdcn. of Llandaff, 15, 18,19, 25, 27
-, -, brothers of, see Gruffudd; Henry of Llancarfan; Rhys
-, -, nephew of, see Maurice

Maurice, bp. of Bangor, see Meurig

Maurice, epigrammatist, 21n

Maurice, nephew of M. Maurice, 19

Maurice II, M., treas. of Llandaff, 22, 27

Maurice of Christchurch, 28

Maurice Gobion, 20, 21-2, 26, 28

Meath (Ireland), bp., 35

Meidrum, preb. of St Davids, 53

Meifod (Powys), archdcn., xxiii, 39
-, -, das church, xxiii, 39, 41
-, -, preb. of St Asaph, 39, 41

Meilyr, can. of St Davids, 66
-, -, son of, see Nicholas Meilyr

Meirionnydd, archdcnry. and archdcns., 7
-, -, ruling family of, 35n

Melanus, ? bp. of St Asaph, 33

Meliden (Allt Melyd), preb. of St Asaph, 37, 39- 40, 41-2

Meopham (Kent), 23n
-, -, see also Simon of Meopham

Merchfyw, ? can. of Llandaff, 28

Merthyr Mawr (Mid Glam.), 17

Meurig, bp. of Bangor, 2, 5, 9, 10, 11, 14
-, -, brothers of, see David, ? can. of Bangor; Moses, ? can. of Bangor; Rhys, ? can. of Bangor

Meurig, son of, see Ynyr ap Meurig

Middelhill, see William de Middelhill

Moel, see Gervase Moel

Monmouth (Gwent), see Geoffrey of Monmouth; John of Monmouth

Montgomery (Powys), see Anian of Montgomery

Mora, see Robert de Mora

Morfach, ? can. of Llandaff, 28

Moses, ? can. of Bangor, 2, 10

Mossylwicke, see Gilbert de Mossylwicke

'Moygum', 52n

Moyn, see William de Moyn

Much Wenlock (Salop), see Wenlock

Nannau, see Anian II, bp. of St Asaph

Nectone, Neketon, see Ralph de Neketon

Nest, daughter of Rhys ap Tewdwr, 46n, 55n

Netherwent (Chepstow), seneschal of, 15

Newcastle (Mid Glam.), church, 19n
-, -, see also Ralph of Newcastle

Newport (Gwent), 26n
-, -, see also Geoffrey de Burgo

Newton Nottage (Mid Glam,), 17bis

Nicholas, archdcn. of Llandaff, 19

Nicholas, archdcn. in St Davids dioc., 55, 60

Nicholas, bp. of Llandaff, 14, 18
-, -, father of, see Gwrgan

Nicholas, can. of St Davids, 66

Nicholas, prec. of Liandaff, 20

Nicholas, M., treas. of Llandaff, 21

Nicholas Gobion, 20, 26, 28

Nicholas of Ledbury, 28

Nicholas 'major', see Nicholas Meilyr

Nicholas fitzMartin, 49n

Nicholas Meilyr, 66

Nicholas de Prestchet, 66

Nicholas of St Ouen, 28

[Nicholas] ap Samuel, 66, 69

Northop (Clwyd), church, 42

Northumberland, earl, see Henry

Norwich, bp., 15

Orleyns, see William de Orleyns

Osbert, archdcn. of Carmarthen, 47, 55, 58-9, 60, 65

Osmondeston (in Rhos, Penfro), parson, 52

Ossory (Ireland), cath., can., 31

'Osterlof, see Ystlwyf

Ostia (Italy), cardinal-bp., 50

Ostricius, see Instructus

Owain ap Gruffudd, 58

Owain Gwynedd, prince, 2bis, 8, 10

Owen son of Griffith, 58

Oxford, St George's secular coll., can., 33
-, -, university, chanc., 17

Pandulph, papal legate, 15

Paris, cath., can., 34

Parvus, see Madog Fychan

Pebidiog (Penfro), 53
-, -, rector of St Dogmaels, 69

Pecham, see John Pecham

Pembroke, xx
-, -, dean, 62
-, -, earl, see Gilbert (de Clare); William Marshal I; William Marshal II
-, -, see also Roger of Pembroke

Pentecost, can. of St Davids, 67

Penychen (Pen-y-chain, Gwynedd), dean, 27

Peretot, see William de Peretot

Peter, abbot of Whitland, 59, 65

Peter of Aigueblanche, 27n

Peter de Bella Aqua, 29

Peter de Leia, 46, 62, 66, 67-8

Peter Loef, 64, 67

Peter de Marcheie, 27, 29

Peter de Quivel, 54
-, -, parents of, 54n

Peter of St Davids, 52

Peter of Savoy, 22

Petit Pont, see Adam of Petit Pont

Philip, archdcn. in Bangor dioc., 6, 7, 8

Philip, brother of Gwion bp. of Bangor, 2

Philip, can. of St Davids, 55, 67

Philip, chanc. of St Asaph, 37

Philip, prec. of St Davids, 50

Philip, treas. of St Davids, 52

Philip ab Ifor, 44

Philip de Kensinton, 29

Philip of Letterston, 67

Philip of St Davids, 50

Philip de Stanton, 16, 20, 21, 22, 23, 24, 26, 28, 29,31

Pilia, see Ralph de Pilia

Pontius, archdcn. of St Davids, 53, 59, 60, 65
-, -, sons of, see Martin son of Pontius; Pontius son of Pontius

Pontius son of Pontius, 53

Pontius of St Davids, 67

'Portot', see William de Peretot

Powys (St Asaph dioc.), archdcns., 39
-, -, Welsh princedom, xix

Prendergast (Penfro), rector, 52

Prestchet, see Nicholas de Prestchet

Pucelle, see Gerard Pucelle

Pyle (Mid Glam.), 29n

Quivel, see Peter de Quivel

R-, ? archdcn. of St Davids, 53

R-, dean of St Asaph, 36

Radnor (Powys), see Elias of Radnor; John of Radnor; Simon of Radnor; William of Radnor; William of Radnor the younger

Ralph, archdcn. of Llandaff, 18, 29

Ralph, can. of Llandaff, 29

Ralph de Hengham, 24

Ralph of Llancarfan, 18, 29

Ralph Mailoc, 29

Ralph de Neketon, 29

Ralph of Newcastle, 19, 29

Ralph de Pilia, 29

Reginald de Brandon, 67

Reginald Foliot, 67-8

Reiner, bp. of St Asaph, xxiii, xxiv, 34, 42, 43

Revedun, bp. of Bangor, 1

Rheims (France), council (1148), 5

Rhewl (Clwyd), church, 38

Rhiwallon, ? can. of Llandaff, 30

Rhuddlan (Clwyd), Dom. priory, prior, 35

Rhydderch, archdcn, of Carmarthen, 53, 58, 60

Rhys, brother of M. Maurice, 19

Rhys, ? can. of Bangor, 2, 11

Rhys ap Gruffudd, prince, 57

Rhys ap Tewdwr, prince, xix, 46n, 55n
-, -, daughter of, see Nest

Richard, M., bp. of Bangor, 4, 6

Richard, bp. of St Asaph, 33

Richard, M., ? can. of Bangor, 11

Richard, can. of Llandaff, 30

Richard, M., can. of St Davids, 68

Richard, dean of Brecon, 66

Richard, dean of St Asaph, 36

Richard I, kg. of England, 2, 66

Richard, prec. of St Davids, 50-1

Richard de Burton, 68

Richard of Caerleon, 30

Richard of Carew, 48-9
-, -, parents of, 48n

Richard de Clare, earl of Gloucester, 19, 21n, 29

Richard of Dover, 34n

Richard de Keworth, 11

Richard de Knovill, 54

Richard Lombard, 68

Richard Sais, 44

Richard de Sutton, 68

Richard de Wrotham, 68

'Robert', archdcn. of Carmarthen, 58

Robert, can. of St Davids, 68

Robert, M., can. of St Davids, 68

Robert, son of Urban bp. of Llandaff, 14n

Robert de Briouze, 20

Robert Grosseteste, 34, 48 & n

Robert de Haverford, 52, 54

Robert son of Jonas, 63, 65 bis, 68-9
-, -, Henry son of, see Henry

Robert de Mora, 69

Robert of Shrewsbury, xxiv, 3

Robert de Veteri Terra, 69

Robert la Warre, 26, 30

Robert de Winchelsey, 67

Roch Y Garn (Penfro), 59n
-, -, see also Adam de Roche; John de Roche; Tancard de Roche

Rochester, bp., 34n

Roger de Cantilupe, 69

Roger of Christchurch, 56

Roger de Culne, 30

Roger of Pembroke, 69

Roger Sturmi, 18

Roland, can. of St Davids, 69

Rome, cardinal-den. of S Nicola in Carcere Tulliano, 20

Rotoland, subprior of Aberconwy, xxii, 3

Rufus, see Guy Rufus

St Andrew, preb. of Llandaff, 24

St Asaph, archdcnry, 38
-, -, archdcns., 38-9
-, -, bps., 33-6, 43
-, -, -, official, 42bis
-, -, -, vice-gerent, 42
-, -, cath., cans., 42-4
-, -, -, chancellery and chancs., 37
-, -, -, chapter, xxiii
-, -, -, deanery, 36
-, -, -, deans, 36-7
-, -, -, prebs., xxiii, 40-2
-, -, -, precentory and precs., 37
-, -, -, treas. and treasury, 37
-, -, Llyfr Coch Asaph (Red Book of St Asaph), xxvi

St Cross, preb. of Llandaff, 34

St Davids, archdcnry., 53
-, -, archdcns., 53-4, 57n
-, -, bps., 33, 45-50
-, -, -, messenger, 62, 64
-, -, -, vicar-general, 56
-, -, cath., cans., 15, 19, 25, 27, 28, 61-75
-, -, -, chancellery and chancs., 51
-, -, -, chapter, xxi
-, -, -, -, common fund, 68
-, -, -, -, fabric fund, 52, 67, 68
-, -, -, prebs., xxi, 60-1
-, -, -, precentory, 50
-, -, -, precs., 50-1
-, -, -, sacrist, 52n
-, -, -, treas., 51-2
-, -, -, treasury, 51
-, -, see also Matthew of St Davids; Peter of St Davids; Philip of St Davids; Pontius of St Davids

St Dogmaels (Penfro), Ben. abbey, abbot, 47

St Dubritius, preb. of Llandaff, 24-5

St Nicholas, preb. of Llandaff, 23n

Saint-Omer, cath., can., 71

St Ouen, see Nicholas of St Ouen

Sais, see Anian Sais; Richard Sais

Salisbury, bp., 14
-, -, cath., can., 22, 25, 71
-, -, -, dean, 22

Saltmarsh (Herefs.), 14n
-, -, see also William of Saltmarsh

Samuel, can. of St Davids, 66, 69
-, -, son of, see [Nicholas] ap Samuel

Sancta Trinitate, see Adam de Sancta Trinitate

Sardene, see William de Sardene

Savoy, see Peter of Savoy; Thomas of Savoy

Scot, see David 'the Scot'

Shrewsbury (Salop), 3
-, -, dean, 3
-, -, see also Robert of Shrewsbury

Shropshire, archdcn. (Lichfield dioc.), 23

Simeon, archdcn. of Bangor, 5

Simon, can. of St Davids, 69

Simon of Meopham, 23

Simon of Radnor, 16, 19, 28, 30, 31, 70

Simons, see John Simons

Stanton, see Philip de Stanton

Stephen, kg. of England, xx, 5

Sturmi, see Gunnilda Sturmi; Roger Sturmi

Sudo, rector of Bugeildy, 70

Suffield, see Walter of Suffield

Suido de Fladdeb', 70

Sulien, bp. of St Davids, 1, 39bis, 45bis, 57bis, 64
-, -, brother of, see Wilfred
-, -, sons of, see Daniel ap Sulien; Ieuan ap Sulien

Sulien ap Caradog, 39
-, -, sons of, see Ednyfed son of Sulien ap Caradog; Einion son of Sulien ap Caradog

Sutton, see Richard de Sutton

Swansea (W. Glam.), 51n
-, -, see also Thomas of Swansea

Sweynese, see John de Sweynese

Talley (Caerfyrddin), Prem. abbey, abbot, 47

Tancard de Roche, 59

Tewdwr, son of, see Rhys ap Tewdwr

Theobald, abp. of Canterbury, 5, 33

Thomas I, abp. of York, 1

Thomas, kg.'s chapl., 19

Thomas the pr., prec. of St Asaph, 37, 40

Thomas Barry, 51

Thomas Becket, 5

Thomas Bek, 49, 70, 71

Thomas of Bosbury, 66, 70

Thomas de Goldsburgh, 49, 50, 70

Thomas de Gurney, 51

Thomas of Savoy, 22n

Thomas of Swansea, 70

Thomas Wallensis, 48, 59n

Three Mountains ('Trismontium'), see Jordan of the Three Mountains

Travers, see William Travers

Trefgarn (Penfro), 50

Tremeirchion (Clwyd), church, 40

Treweynt, see Walter de Treweynt

'Trismontium', see Jordan of the Three Mountains

Tudnerth, ? can. of Llandaff, 30

Tudur ab Adda, 7

Uhtred, bp. of Llandaff, 14, 18, 27

Uhtred, ? can. of Bangor, 8, 11

Urban, bp. of Llandaff, 13, 18, 26ter, 27
-, -, brother of, see Caradog
-, -, daughter of, see Angharad
-, -, nephew of, see Geoffrey
-, -, son of, see Robert

Urban II, archdcn. of Llandaff, 18

Urban III, archdcn. of Llandaff, 18, 19, 25
-, -, sons of, see Henry of Llancarfan; Maurice, M.

Urban, can. of Llandaff, 30

Vere, see William de Vere

Veteri Terra, see Robert de Veteri Terra

Vewan, see David Vewan

Villa Amlof (Amlot), 56n
-, -, see also Henry de Villa Amlof

'Villa Letardi', see Philip of Letterston

W-, archdcn. of Cardigan, 58

W- of Cardiff, 70

Wager, see Henry de Cranburn

Waleran, bp. of Rochester, 34n

Wales, see Gerald of Wales

Wallensis, see Thomas Wallensis

Walter, abbot of St Dogmaels, 47

Walter, can. of Llandaff, 30

Walter, ? can. of St Davids, 70

Walter, M., chapl., 30

Walter, M., preb. of Llandaff, 20

Walter, M., prec. of St Davids, 50

Walter of Abergavenny, 30

Walter son of Bartholomew, 70

Walter Bek of Eresby, 49n

Walter of Coutances, 34n

Walter ab Eynon, 71

Walter of Langton, 22

Walter of Suffield, 15

Walter de Treweynt, 52

Walter Winter, 59

Waltham (Essex), secular coll., dean, 2n

Walwan, Gervase son of, see Gervase

Wane, family, 16n
-, -, see also John de la Warre; Robert la Warre

Warthacwm, preb. of Llandaff, 25

Wells, cath., can., 21, 22, 23, 24, 25, 62, 64, 71
-, -, -, dean, 25, 62, 71
-, -, -, prec., 16, 23

Wenlock, Much (Salop), Clun. priory, prior, 46

Werwerth, see Griffin Werwerth

Whitchurch, see John de Whitchurch

Whitland (Caerfyrddin), Cist. abbey, abbot, 3, 59, 65

Wido, bp. of Bangor, see Gwion

Wilfred, bp. of St Davids, 45

William, archdcn. of Bangor, 6

William, archdcn. of Carmarthen, 53n, 58

William, archdcn. of Llandaff, 18, 26n, 31 & n

William II, bp. of Llandaff, 14-15, 19n, 21

William, can. of Llandaff, 18, 30, 31

William, can. of St Davids, 71

William, dean of Bangor, 5 & n

William I, kg. of England, xix, 13

William II, kg. of England, 1

William, pr. of Carmarthen, 71

William, rector of Llanhamlach, 71
-, -, son of, see William de Capella

William son of Adam, 15n

William de Barri, father of Gerald of Wales, 46n, 55n, 58

William de Barri, treas. of St Davids, 52

William de Brickhill, 44

William de Briouze, bp. of Llandaff, 16, 31

William de Briouze, lord of Gower, 19

William Brito, 1n

William de Bruera, 71

William de Burgh, 15, 31

William Burnel, 25, 71

William de Burrethe, 52

William de Capella, 71

William of Christchurch, bp.-el. of Llandaff, 15, 71

William of Christchurch, can. of St Davids, 71

William le Gros, 48n

William de Hotham, 17

William of Ledbury, 49, 71

William of Llancarfan, 31

William de Ludeford, 31

William Marshal I, earl of Pembroke, 48

William Marshal II, earl of Pembroke, 15, 72

William son of Martin, 72

William de Middelhill, 72

William de Moyn, 52n, 59

William de Orleyns, 52

William de Peretot, 61, 72

William of Radnor, bp. of Llandaff, 16, 22, 28, 31, 70

William of Radnor (the younger), can. of Llandaff, 16, 19, 28, 31

William of Saltmarsh, 14

William de Sardene, 64

William Travers, 31

William de Vere, 67

William, son of, see David ap William

Willis, Browne (1682-1760), xxvi

Winchelsey, see Robert de Winchelsey

Windsor (Berks.), see Gerald of Windsor

Winter, see Walter Winter

'Wintin" (unidentified), parson of, 36

Witinton, see David de Witinton

Wolverhampton (Staffs.), secular coll., can., 3

Worcester, archdcn., 24
-, -, bp., 35
-, -, pr., 18

Word', see John Gurda, M. (1230s)

Wrgan, son of bp. Urban, 27

Wrgan, see Urban III, archdcn. of Llandaff

Wrotham, see Richard de Wrotham

Würzburg (Germany), 2
-, -, cath., master of school, 1

Yardley, Edward (1698-1770), xxvi

Ynyr ap Meurig, 35n
-, -, son of, see Anian II, bp. of St Asaph

York, abp., 1, 13
-, -, cath., can., 21, 22bis, 25, 71
-, -, -, treas., 21

Ysceifiog (Clwyd), church, 44

Ystlwyf (Caerfyrddin), 65n
-, -, see also John of Ystlwyf

Ystrad Yr (Brycheiniog), tithes, 71

Ystrwyth, see Instructus