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Index of Entries: E

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Petitions to the Pope 1342-1419. Originally published by Eyre and Spottiswoode, London, 1896.

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Eadberburi. See Adderbury.

Eagle, Eycle [co. Lincoln], commandery of, 347.

Eaglescliffe [co. Durham], 8.

Eaglesham, Eglishame [co. Renfrew], 571, 638.

Earnley, Erneley, Ornele [co. Sussex], 508, 518.

Easington, Esenden [co. Oxon], 415.

Eassie, Essy [co. Forfar], 562, 604, 636.

Eastinghanger, Ostringhangre [co. Kent], 150.

Eastington, Estyngton, Estington [co. Gloucester], 293.

-, lord of. See Audeley.

Eastling, Esling [co. Kent], 373, 381, 392.

Easton, Eston [co. Southampton], 335.

Eastrington, Estyngen [co. York, E. R.], 315, 351, 352.

Eastry [co. Kent], 5.

Eastwell [co. Leicester], 502, 503.

Eastwrotham. See Wretham.

Eaton, Eyton [co. Leicester], 502, 503.

-, Eton [co. Nottingham], 97.

Eaton-Hastings [co. Berks], 162.

Eboraco, Adam de, precentor of York, 518.

Ebrington, Ebrighton [co. Gloucester], 397, 489.

Ecclesale. See Eccleshale.

Ecclesgreig, Egylysgryg [co. Kincardine] 563, 625, 629.

Eccleshale, Henry de. See Undel.

-, Richard, the king's cofferer, 160, 183.

-, Thomas de, 393.

Eccleshall, Ecclessale [co. Stafford], prebend of Lichfield, 224.

Ecclesmachan, Eglismanghwy [co. Linlithgow], 626, 627.

Eccleston [co. Chester], 372.

Echadrona Omanny. See Aghrim.

Echeline, Echelyn, William, 94, 96.

Echingham, Echynham, Echyngham, John de, dean of South Malling, chancellor of the university of Oxford, 296, 391, 514, 520.

Echt, Hecht [co. Aberdeen], 597.

Ecton, John de, 73.

-, Thomas de, 292.

Edburgbury. See Adderbury.

Eddenham, Thomas de, 545.

Eddleston, Eddywyserton, Esildon [co. Peebles], prebend of Glasgow, 590, 606, 608, 632, 634.

Eddywyserton. See Eddleston.

Edename, Thomas de, 594.

Edendon, Edyndon, John de, nephew of William, archdeacon of Surrey, 144, 153, 165, 208, 225, 504.

-, Thomas de, 165, 193, 194, 208, 412.

-, William de, the king's treasurer and chancellor, bishop of Winchester, 51, 76, 90, 91, 98, 113, 115, 122, 131, 144, 153, 165, 170, 186, 193, 208, 209, 225, 230, 236, 244, 252, 290, 327, 329, 333, 343, 393, 412, 444, 474.

Edenestowe, Henry de, 192, 197, 207.

Edenham, Sir Geoffrey de, 76.

Edevy. See Edvy.

Edgmond, Egmendon, Egemandon, Ogemunden [co. Salop], 91, 315, 357, 389, 410, 482.

Edilliston. See Eddleston.

Edinburgh, grammar schools of the church of, 549.

-, Holy Rood, abbot and convent of, 77, 131, 202, 546, 557, 559, 561, 580, 585, 586, 589, 617, 619, 623, 624, 628, 629, 637.

-, -, canons of, 77, 131, 202, 552, 580, 628, 629.

Edinburgh, Edynburch, Roger de, master of St. German's hospital, near Seaton, 599, 620, 629, 639.

Edindon. See Edendon.

Edingham. See Edrom.

Edinghame, William, 537.

Edington, Edindon [co. Wilts], prebend of Romsey, 131, 216.

Edington, William de. See Edendon.

Edirhame, St. Mary's. See Edrom.

Edlesborough, Edelesburgh [co. Bucks], 236.

Edmerthorp. See Edmundthorpe.

Edmund, earl of Cambridge, son of Edward III., 420, 466.

Edmundthorpe, Thorpe Edemere, Edmerthorp [co. Leicester], 56, 79, 111.

Edrom, Edirhame, Edinghame [co. Berwick], 579, 585, 588, 612, 616.

-, hospital of, 604, 636.

Edvy. See Idvies.

Edvy, Edevy, David de, archdeacon of Brechin, 622, 625.

-, John de, 622.

Edward de Wodestok, prince of Wales and Aquitaine, son of Edward III., 57, 88, 123, 143, 152156, 177, 179, 187, 207, 236, 245, 246, 249, 251, 262, 270, 272, 274, 282, 286, 291298, 301, 328, 348, 351, 352, 356, 357, 364, 367, 370, 372, 374, 376, 381, 386, 387, 396, 410, 423, 452456, 459, 463, 467, 471, 479, 480, 482, 483, 490, 493, 495, 503, 506, 507, 509, 510, 514, 517, 518, 524526, 536.

-, -, Isabella his sister. See Isabella.

-, -, Joan his wife. See Plantagenet.

-, -, the dean of his chapel, 291.

-, -, his chamberlain. See Loring.

-, II., king of England, 85, 187.

-, III., 4, 8, 10, 12, 35, 37, 47, 85, 86, 89, 93, 99, 100, 115, 123, 127, 129, 138, 140, 141, 155, 158, 159, 163, 164, 174, 182184, 186189, 193, 207, 210, 214, 217, 244, 264267, 284, 288, 291, 337, 348, 351, 353, 354, 356, 363, 364, 367, 368, 370372, 376, 380, 381, 411, 412, 473, 481, 534, 535.

-, Romanus, 12.

-, Andrew, prior of St. Catherine's, Waterford, 467.

Edward [Baliol], king of Scotland, 282.

Edwardston, Edwardiston [co. Suffolk], 97.

Edwy. See Abdie.

Edyllyston, Duncan de, 578.

Edynburch. See Edinburgh.

Edyndon. See Edendon.

Edzell, Adel [co. Forfar], 132, 188.

Eenesham, Walter de, 306.

Egemandon. See Edgmond.

Egglisham, Walter de, 467.

Eglasarge, Gillahormyn, 542.

Eglesclive. See Eaglescliffe.

Eglesfeld, Sir Robert de. 122.

Eglinton, Elizabeth de, 476.

-, Eglyton, John de, prior of Blantyre, 553, 559, 560.

Eglis, William, 498, 499.

-, -, Alice his wife, 498, 499.

Eglisg'. See Ecclesgreig.

Eglishame. See Eaglesham.

Eglishame, William de, archdeacon of St. Andrews, 113.

Eglismanghwy. See Ecclesmachan.

Egmendon. See Edgmond.

Egremont, Agromont [co. Cumberland], 536.

Egylysgryg. See Ecclesgreig.

Elegh, John son of John de, 55.

Elemham. See Elmham.

Elesworth. See Elsworth.

Elford, Robert de, 251.

Elgin. See Moray.

Elgin, Adam de, 555.

Eli. See Ely.

Elindon. See Wroughton.

Eling, Elin [co. Hants], 283.

Elingdon, Roger de, 211.

Elinham. See Elmham.

Elis, Elys, John, 125, 336.

Elkesley, Elvesley [co. Notts], 439, 440, 466.

Elkins, Philip, precentor of Llandaff, 310.

Ellefeld, Gilbert de, knt., 136.

-, -, Elizabeth his wife, 136.

Ellerker, John de, archdeacon of Cleveland, 209, 217.

Ellim, Ellam [co. Berwick], 617.

Ellingham, Elingham [co. Norfolk], 28.

Ellisworth, Richard, 331, 420.

Ellon, Eton [co. Aberdeen], 86, 116, 131, 592, 603.

Ellyw verch Rys ap Gruffuth, 633, 634.

Elm [co. Cambridge], 326.

Elm, Geoffrey Ade of, 232.

Elmham, 489.

Elmham, Elemham, Robert de, 243, 363.

Elmley-Castle, Elmele [co. Worcester], warden of the chapel of. See Morton.

Elmley-Lovett [co. Worcester], 457.

Elmsett, Elmstett [co. Suffolk], 68.

Elmsthorp, Aylmersthorp, Kilmersthorp [co. Leicester], 56, 66.

Elnestowe. See Elstow.

Eloyn. See Ellon.

Eloyn, Adam de, 131.

Elsham, John de, 269.

Elstow, Elnestowe, Elmstowe, Elvestowe [co. Bedford], abbess and convent of, 88, 448.

-, chantry by the bridge of, 315.

Elsworth, Elesworth, Elliworth [co. Cambridge], 417, 424, 491, 504, 513.

Eltesle, Robert de, 436.

-, Estesle, Thomas de, archdeacon of Llandaff, 386, 407, 409, 412, 417, 424, 490, 491, 504, 524.

Eltonhed, Thomas de, 447.

Elveden [co. Suffolk], 251, 255.

Elvesley. See Elkesley.

Elvestowe. See Elstow.

Elvydon. See Wroughton.

Elwick, Elwyk, William de, 434, 511, 512.

Ely, archdeacons of. See Offord; Mota; Ketelbiri.

-, bishop of, 36, 41, 54, 55, 58, 61, 67, 69, 71, 72, 93, 111, 122, 149, 154, 159, 183, 210, 211, 214, 223, 247, 250, 252, 263, 276, 283, 295, 298, 406, 408, 457, 491, 516, 518, 520, 521.

-, -, See Montacute; Insula; Balsham; Cardinals (Palestrina).

-, bishop, prior, and chapter of, 191, 211, 343, 454, 482, 526, 529, 533, 534.

-, canon of, 167.

-, monastery of, 28.

-, official of. See Baketon.

-, prior of, 36, 55.

-, prior and chapter of, 490.

Ely, Eli, Thomas de, 405, 416.

Elyngham, Thomas de, 459, 460.

Elyoth, Thomas, dean of Cork, 425.

Elys. See Elis.

Emberton, John de, 4.

Embleton, Emeldon [co. Northumberland], 403, 475.

Embrica, Henry de, 48.

Emeldon. See Embleton

Emeldon, William de, 317, 361.

Emerici, William, 325, 375.

Emly [co. Tipperary], 258.

-, archdeacons of. See Stainton.

-, bishop of. See Walleys, Esmond; Foynlyn.

-, William, bishop and archdeacon of, 444, 449.

-, prebend of, 210.

-, precentors of. See Cradok; Braybrok.

Empingham with Willingham [co. Rutland], prebend of Lincoln, 320, 323, 366, 371, 381.

Emworth, Bartholomew, knt., 84.

-, Gilbert, 84.

Enerlithane. See Innerleithen.

England, cardinal of. See Cardinals (Palestrina).

-, marshal of. See Brotherton; Mortuo Mari.

-, treasurer of. See Cardinals (Palestrina).

Englisch, Nicholas de, 418.

Engulton, Singulton, William de, 44, 46.

Enham, Emma de, 152.

-, Thomas, 152, 165, 170, 193, 335.

Enirici, John, 552.

Ennes, William de, 77.

Enosham, Richard de, treasurer of the earl of Pembroke, 105.

Enrarite, Enverarite. See Inverarity.

Enyesford. See Eynesford.

Epeworthe, William, 468.

Erburghfield, Robert de, 134.

Ercalewe Parva. See Childs Ercall.

Erch, Gilbert de, 557, 565.

Erchefonte. See Urchfont.

Erdington [co. Warwick], Elizabeth de, lady of, 456.

Eresby [co. Lincoln], 126.

Ergadia, Dugal de, 554.

Ergardia, Angus de, 92.

Erjom, John de, 431.

Erklawe. See Childs Ercall.

Ermonia. See Butler.

Erolle. See Errol.

Erouwe, John, 408.

Erpingham [co. Norfolk], 431, 447.

Erpingham, Thomas de, 437.

Errol, Erol [co. Perth], 339, 555, 592, 598, 607, 620.

Erskine, Irseken [co. Renfrew], prebend of Glasgow, 324, 327.

Erskine, Erskyn, Robert de, knt., ambassador, chamberlain of Scotland, 286, 346, 347, 475, 476, 551.

-, -, Beatrix his wife. See Lindsay.

-, -, Christiana his wife. See Kethe.

-, Erskin, Thomas de, 508.

Erth, Alexander de, 622.

Esdale. See Eskdale.

Eselingham. See Islingham.

Esenden. See Easington.

Esenden, William de, 268, 302, 307, 327.

Esgaraton. See Garston, East.

Esildon. See Eddleston.

Esill. See Ashwell.

Esinden, Essinden, Esington, William de, 315, 338, 357, 397.

Esington. See Esinden.

Esk, Richard de, 139.

Eskdale [co. York, N. R.], priory of, 352.

Eskdale, John de, abbot of Jedburgh, 202.

-, John de, 589.

-, Thomas de, prior of Restennot, abbot of Jedburgh, 589, 598, 637.

Eskevioc. See Yscifiog.

Esling. See Eastling.

Esmond, Estmond, John, bishop elect of Ferns, bishop of Emly, 231, 328, 331.

Espyny. See Spiny.

Essex, archdeacon of. See Rothewell; Barnet.

-, earl of. See Bohun.

Essex, John, 419.

Essinden, William de. See Esinden.

Essy. See Eassie.

Estbrigge. See Canterbury.

Estcamil. See Queen Camel.

Esternick, Esterleyk [co. York, E. R.], 55.

Estesle. See Eltesle.

Esthaddon. See Haddon.

Estham, Walter de, 495.

Esthingabin. See Auchtergaven (?).

Estington. See Eastington.

Estmond. See Esmond.

Eston. See Easton.

Eston, John de, 156, 199.

Estrafriandol. See Ravendale.

Estrelik, William de, 56.

Estry, Richard de, 136.

Estyngen. See Eastrington.

Estyngton. See Eastington.

Esyngwald, William de, 149.

Ethie, Athi [co. Forfar], 235.

Eton. See Eaton; Ellon.

Eton, William de, 62.

Engenius III. pope, 82.

-, See Dunbertan.

Euphemia, queen of Scotland, 566.

Euyas. See Ewyas.

Evenley, Evenele [co. Northampton], 68.

Everdon, William, 305,

Everingham, Everyngham, Adam de, treasurer at Bergerac, 166, 240.

Everisfeld, William de, 302.

Eversham. See Heversham.

Eversholt, Everesholt [co. Bedford], 482.

Eves, William de, 52.

Evesham [co. Worcester], abbot and convent of, 422, 430, 462.

Evesham, abbot of. See Boys.

-, John de, prior of Worcester, 191, 195.

-, Richard de, 88.

Evyton, John de, 55.

Ew, John de, 53.

Ewes, St. Cuthbert in Ewich Vale [co. Dumfries], 579.

Ewode, William de, of Blackburn, 501.

Ewyas, Philip, precentor of Llandaff, 66, 312, 344.

Excestre, John de, chaplain of the duke of Lancaster's chapel, 293.

-, William de, 34, 35.

Excete [co. Sussex, in West Dean], 451.

Exchequer, remembrancer of. See Appelby.

-, chamberlain of. See Rothewell.

Exente, Eynte, Philip, 302, 303.

Exeter, archdeacon of. See Northwode; Cardinals (Quatuor SS. Coronati, SS. Marcellinus and Peter).

-, bishop of, 42, 61, 95, 109, 146, 149, 193, 210, 221, 286, 298, 328, 346, 358, 861, 369, 387, 392, 403, 430, 434, 435, 450, 487, 507, 513, 528.

-, See Grandison; Berkele; Stapeldon.

-, -, and dean of, 170.

-, -, -, and chapter of, 112, 182, 448, 521.

-, canons of, 2, 4, 6, 10, 19, 59, 65, 130, 136, 147, 153, 159, 165, 167, 170, 171, 173, 177, 182, 195197, 203, 221, 231, 236, 239, 247, 248, 258, 263, 264, 268, 279, 280, 282, 283, 286, 291, 293, 299, 302, 303, 312, 319, 321, 328, 332, 343, 366, 368370, 376, 385, 387, 391, 399, 402, 403, 406, 441, 455, 463, 465, 478, 510, 514, 517, 530.

-, cathedral of, 63.

-, chancellor of. See Wyliet.

-, deans of. See Braylegh; Bugwell; Sumpter.

-, dean and chapter of, 517, 521.

-, portion in the castle of, 374, 416.

-, -, of Cotton in the castle of, 195.

-, prebends of, 17, 19, 147, 177, 185, 195, 222.

-, precentors of. See Sharreshull; Murimouth; Stapeldon.

-, sub-deans of. See Karkeby; Pyke.

-, treasurer of. See Wyddeslade; Bauford; Middelond.

-, vicar in the cathedral church of, 874.

Eycle. See Eagle.

Eydon [co. Northampton], 246, 316, 346, 859.

Eye, Eyhe, Eya [co. Suffolk], 95, 194.

-, Benedictine prior and convent of, 41, 431.

Eye, John de. See Bruestere.

Eylesford. See Aylesford.

Eyncheton, dio. Hereford, 254.

Eyncheton, Stephen de, 313, 316, 343, 358.

Eyncourt, Oliver de, 40.

Eynesford [co. Kent], 223, 252, 312, 844.

Eyneston, Richard de, 240.

Eynsham, Aynesham [co. Oxon], abbot of, 55, 100.

-, abbot and convent of, 136, 148, 218, 469, 486.

-, monastery of, 100.

-, monks of, 100.

Eynte. See Exente.

Eysy, John de, 65.

Eyton, John de, 154.