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Index of Entries: M

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

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M., J. de, papal chaplain, 289.

Mablethorpe, Malberthorp [co. Lincoln], 70, 125, 336.

Mably, Walter, 508.

Macadam, John, 258.

Macarthyg, Cormach, prince of the Irish, 19.

Macbrenyn, John, 556.

Maccormacghan. See O'Cormachan.

Mc Coschap, Maurice, 561.

Maccotyr, Thomas, archdeacon of Cloyne, 346.

M'Cragh, Patrick, Friar Minor, guardian of the Friars Minors of Nenagh, 461.

Mac Craych, Thomas, 565.

Macdowel, Macdewyll, Thomas, bishop elect of Whiteherne, 347, 351.

Mac Duff, Duncan, earl of Fife, 144, 265.

Macduoel, Patrick, archdeacon of Whitehorn, 575.

Macduyl, Gilbert, archdeacon of Sodor, 605.

Mac Enkargod, Dermicius, 565.

Macenwugan, Gregory, 325, 346.

Maceoguyn, Malcolm, 633.

Macgeoyd, Thomas, 317, 359.

Macguanyn, John, 289.

Macgyllakeallygh, John, treasurer and dean of Kilmacduagh, 311, 338.

Machane, Machrane, Thomas de, archdeacon of Teviotdale, 578, 608, 632, 633.

Macheda, Charles, 116.

Machilour. See Meikleour.

Machin, Maclyn, Adam, 558560.

-, Maclin, Patrick, 558, 560.

Macilachnisi, Thomas, prior of Whitehorn, 600.

Macilluntud, John, 619.

Macinyise, Patrick, 631.

Mackarmath, Nonnas, 631.

Mackenny, Gilbert, 169.

Mackinver, Thomas, precentor of Limerick, 506.

Maclin, Maclyn. See Machin.

Maclolayn, Maklolayn, John, 559, 561.

Mac Morin, M'Moyn, William de, papal nuncio, archdeacon of Teviotdale, 579, 585, 586, 636.

Macmoryn, Maurice, 556.

M'Moyn. See Mac Morin.

Macmurchard, Marcad, David, archdeacon of Lismore or Argyle, 573, 575.

Mc Murquirtid, Henry, archdeacon of Ardagh, 120.

Macnorin. See Mac Morin.

Mac Paden, Congham, archdeacon and treasurer of Argyle, 575.

Macton. See Marton.

Macuichy, Brice, 575.

Madefray, Madeffray, Thomas de, 153, 270, 286, 455.

Madeley [co. Salop], 81, 82.

Madoc. See St. Madoes.

Madoc, son of Adam Goch, 426.

Maesmain. See Geraldi.

Maestricht, St. Peter's, dean and chapter of, 44, 278.

Maffei, Barnaby, proctor of Anibaldus, bishop of Tusculum, 122.

Mageoi, John, bishop of Ardagh, 120.

Magham, William de. See Dreye.

Maginton. See Mugginton.

Magnus, king of Sweden, 478.

Magracamis, diocese of Glasgow, 636.

Maguelone [Languedoc], bishop of. See Cardinals (SS. John and Paul).

Maichal, Thomas, 231.

Maichel, John, 586.

Maidstone, Maydeynston [co. Kent], 204, 278, 304, 315.

Maincestre, Robert de, 314, 350.

Mains, Strathechtyn [co. Forfar], 235.

Mairz [Germany], canon of, 351.

Mair. See Mar.

-, See Marr.

Makduell, Fergus, 476.

-, -, Margaret his wife. See Coningham.

Makearwili, Thomas. See O'Carrol.

Makerston, Malcarston [co. Roxburgh], 574, 590.

Maklolayn. See Maclolayn.

Makloney, Eugene, 599.

Makscaly, Nicholas, 169.

Makyldoly, Donald, 556.

Malabaila, Malaballis, Malabayla, Anthony, 355.

-, Balderatus de, 157.

-, Guy, 328.

Malalanders, dean of Argyle, 576.

Malbarston, David Andree de, 574, 590.

Malberthorp. See Mablethorpe.

Malcarston. See Makerston,

Malcolmi, Duncan, 633.

Malet, Peter, 51.

Maleweyn, John, 152.

Malling, South [co. Sussex], canon of, 278, 299, 414, 436, 442, 527.

-, dean of. See Aylesbury; Echingham.

-, prebend of, 38.

Malmesbury [co. Wilts], abbot and convent of, 150, 271, 428, 501.

Malmeshull Lacy, Thomas de, 62.

Malpas [co. Chester], 280, 305, 377.

Malstarston, Stephen de, archdeacon of Whiteherne, 575.

Malteby, John, 393.

-, William de, 453.

Malton [co. York], 18.

-, prior of, 68.

Maluin, William, master of Soutra, 565.

Malvern, Great [co. Worcester], prior and convent of, 428, 457.

Malville. See Melville.

Malyns, Reginald de, steward of the household of Edward, prince of Wales, 483.

-, -, Eleanor his wife, 483.

Man, archdeacon of. See Demester.

-, cathedral church of, 394.

-, lord of the Isle of, 394.

Man, Alexander, bishop of Caithness, 556, 561, 562, 565.

Manafon, Manavon [co. Montgomery], 107.

Mandeville, Mandavilla, Mandevilla, Mundavilla, Simon de, archdeacon of Glasgow, 583585, 595, 626, 635, 638, 639.

Mandur. See Maundul.

Manerii, Roger, 6, 37.

Maneriis, Ancelinus de, 281.

Manfield [co. York, N. R.], 434.

Mannyng, Reginald, 179, 188.

Mansanger, Mensanger, John, 315, 352.

Manton, William de, dean of Lichfield, 431.

Manypeny. See Monypeni.

Manyson, Michael, treasurer of Dunblane, 541.

Mapesbury, Mappesbiri [co. Middlesex, parish of Willesden], prebend of London, 236, 281.

Mar, David de, of York, 13.

-, earl of. See Douglas; Steward.

-, Thomas, earl of, 200, 346, 376.

Maraga [Armenia], G. bishop of, examiner, 592.

Marascall. See Mareschal.

Marays, John, 388.

Marbylthorp, Robert, 512.

Marcad. See Macmurchard.

Marcelli, William, 567.

Marcer, Thomas, 320, 371.

March of Scotland, earl of. See Dunbar.

March, countess of. See Mortuo Mari.

Marche, Thomas, 520.

Mardefeld, Mardfeld. See Martelfeld.

Marden, Up [co. Sussex], 301.

Mare, John de la, 57, 151.

-, -, son of Peter de la Mare, knt., 99.

-, Peter de la, knt., 87, 133.

-, -, Joan wife of, 87.

-, Richard de la, monk of Thetford, 173.

-, Robert de la, knt., 271.

-, -, Matilda his wife, 271.

-, Thomas de la, abbot of St. Alban's, 171, 172, 425.

Marescall. See Marshall.

Marescalli, Simon, prior of Paisley and Coldingham, 573.

-, See Mareschalli.

Mareschal, Marascall, John, papal proctor in Scotland, 550, 553.

-, John, 332.

-, Thomas, of Missenden, 165.

-, -, Isabel his wife, 165.

-, Walter, 83.

Mareschalli, Thomas, 39, 122.

Mareys. See Marisco.

Margaret, sister of David II., 27.

-, queen of Scotland, 582.

Marimon. See Marmion.

Marisco, Hugh de, archdeacon of Derby, 138, 139, 263.

-, John de, archdeacon of Stafford, dean of St. John's, Chester, 275.

Mariton, Richard de, master of St. German's Hospital near Seaton, 599, 639.

Markinch, Meykinch [co. Fife], 586.

Marlawe, Walter de, prior of St. Thomas' Hospital, Southwark, 165.

Marlow, Great, Merlawe [co. Bucks], 162, 330.

Marmion, Matilda de, baroness, 98.

-, Marimon, Maunsell, 127, 128.

Marnham [co. Notts], 347.

Marnys, Thomas de le, 630.

Maroeuil, abbot and convent of, 8.

Marr, Mair, John de, chaplain of the queen of Scotland, 8587, 116, 346.

Marre, Donald de, treasurer of Moray, 34.

-, Mar, David de, papal chaplain, secretary to the queen of Scotland, archdeacon of Brechin and Lothian, treasurer of Moray, 15, 215, 257, 261, 518, 551, 553, 565.

Marsale, William, 621.

Marschall, Thomas, 568.

Marseilles, 31.

Marsenhaco, Stephen de, papal auditor, 244.

Marshal, Duncan, 558, 560.

-, John, 558, 560.

Marshall (Marescallus), David, 164, 165.

-, Marescall, John, 361, 388, 414.

-, See also Mareschal.

Marsham [co. Norfolk], 379, 407.

Marston, Long, Houton Wandeslai [co. York, W. R], 389, 402, 409.

Martelfeld, Mardefeld, Nicholas de, sub-deau of Salisbury, 309, 334, 345, 387.

Marthroe. See Mathry.

Martin V., pope, Otto de Colonna, 608, 609, 611.

Martin, a priest, treasurer of Moray, 34.

-, Martyn, David, 94, 169, 223.

-, Martini, David, of Rhosmarket, archdeacon of Carmarthen, 300, 316, 317, 324, 358, 365, 384.

-, John, 488.

-, Stephen, of Hulle, 228.

Martingho, Stephen de, alias de Combemartin, 54.

Martini, John, 615, 622.

Martivallis, Roger de, bishop of Salisbury, 4, 16.

Martley, Martheley [co. Worcester], 257.

Marton, John de, 96, 275.

-, Macton, Robert de, 428, 440, 451.

-, Robert de, 428.

Marton [co York, E. R.], canon of, 424

-, prior and convent of, 358, 424, 486.

-, -in-Craven [co. York, W. R ], 504, 505.

Martyn, Philip, 323, 380.

-, Robert. See Wacte.

Marun, Simon son of John de, 96.

Masan, William son of Henry le, 41.

Masham [co. York, W. R.], prebend of York, 141, 178.

Maskerel, John, 283.

Mason, John, 116.

-, Peter le, 55.

-, Masson, Thomas, prior of Loch Leven, 571, 572.

Massingham, Great, Messingham [co. Norfolk], 73, 151.

Massingham, Benedict de, 406, 535.

-, Oliver de, 433.

-, William, 302, 368.

Masson. See Mason.

Massone, John, precentor of Dunkeld, 597.

Mastoke. See Maxstoke.

Mate, Nicholas, 500.

Mateshale. See Mattishall.

Matfeloun. See Whitechapel.

Mathane. See Machane.

Mathei, Beltramus, 7.

-, John, of Dyfrincloyt, 92.

-, Robert, 77.

Mathersay. See Mattersey.

Mathry, Marthroe, Marthire [co. Pembroke], prebend of St. Davids, 323, 380.

Matilda, sister of David II., 27.

Matilda Athaliata, Thomas son of John son of, of Sherburn in Elmet, 427.

Mattersey, Mathersay [co. Notts], prior and chapter of, 96.

Matthew ap David, 77.

-, ap Jevan Lloyt, 623.

-, Geoffrey son of, de Penullyn, 77.

Mattishall, Mateshale [co. Norfolk], 93.

Mauduyt, Agnes, 29.

-, John, knt., 29.

Maulion, Stephen, dean of Cambray, 410.

Maundul, Mandur, John, 516, 520.

Mauny, Walter de, knt. lord of Mauny, 234.

Maunham, Nicholas de, 22.

Maupety, John, 566.

-, Robert, 566.

Maurdyn, Thomas, esquire of the prince of Wales, 484.

Maurice, chaplain of Dugald, bishop of Dunblane, 591.

Mauricii, Lochlan, 201.

Mawgan-in-Meneage, St. Maugan in Kerier, St. Maugam [co Cornwall], 403, 422.

Maxstoke, Mastoke, Maystoke [co. Warwick], 50, 192.

-, Augustinian priory of, 50, 92, 193.

Maxuhel, Margaret, 602.

May, Isle of [co. Fife], prior of. See Halenston, Lucris.

May, John, 491.

Maybole, Mayboyl [co. Ayr], 579, 604, 624.

-, provost of. See Butill.

Maydeynston. See Maidstone.

Mayher Wel, Thomas. See O'Carrol.

Mayllabuy, Patrick, 468.

Maynard, David, 170, 311, 339.

Mayner, Walter, of Tilney (Silney), 453, 482.

Maynne, Robert. See Moyne.

Maystoke. See Maxstoke.

Mearns, Mernes, Mernys [co. Renfrew], 555, 589, 611, 638.

Meath, archdeacons of. See Sancto Leodegario; Napton; Froweyn.

-, bishop of, 44, 53, 72, 210, 467, 468.

-, bishop of. See Paul.

Meaus, John de, 154.

Meaux, Richard de, 228.

Mebourn. See Melburn.

Medburn, Medeborn, John de, 313, 325, 342, 343.

Medbury. See Modbury.

Meffham. See Meopham.

Megget, Henderland, Henrilands [co. Peebles], 617, 624.

M'egugan, Thomas, prior of Roscommon, 541, 542.

Meifod, Meivot, Meyvot [co. Montgomery], 281, 322, 353, 365, 377.

Meikleour, Machilour [co. Perth], 558, 560.

Melburn, Melbourn, Mebourn, Melbrond, Mewury, John de, 145, 162, 205, 215, 224, 278, 306.

-, Richard de, 215, 238.

Melchbourne, Melleburn [co. Beds], 132, 136, 270.

Meldiemast, William de, 624.

Meldon, John de, 550.

Meliowr, John, 449.

Melleburn. See Melchbourne.

Melling [co. Lancaster], 452.

Mellonin, Thomas de, 238.

Mells [co. Somerset], 181.

Mellton. See Milton-Abbas.

Melmorby, John de, 96.

Melreth, Philip de, 410.

Melrose [co. Roxburgh], abbot and convent of, 613.

Melton, John de, 167.

Melville, Malville [co. Edinburgh], 623.

Melyn, Thomas, 257.

Memmore. See Menmuir.

Mendlesham, Mendlisham [co. Suffolk], 10, 73.

Menille, Menilla, Elizabeth de, 1, 78.

-, Sir Nicholas, de, knt., 1, 78.

Menmuir, Memmore [co. Forfar], 590, 599.

-, -, prebend of Dunkeld, 605, 609.

Mensanger. See Mansanger.

Menteith, Meneteth, countess of. See Grame.

-, earl of. See Grame, Robert.

-, Christiana de, alias Keth (Bech), wife of Robert de Erskine, 286.

-, Walter de, 286.

Menteth, Robert de, 599.

Menucico, Peter de, 17.

Meon, William de, 58.

Meon, West, Westminnes [co. Hants], 3, 196.

Meopham, Meffham, Mepham [co. Kent], 319, 325, 370, 412.

Mercer, Simon le, 3.

Mercier, William, archdeacon of Down, bishop of Connor, 254.

Mere [co. Lincoln], Hospital of, 155.

Mere, John, 517.

-, Margery de, 456.

-, William de, 217.

Meredith ap Oweyn ap Gruffuth, 633, 634.

Mereduth ap David ap Gruffuth, 624.

Meres, John de, 123.

Merevale, Meravall [co. Warwick], abbot and convent of, 50.

Merington, Agnes relict of Hugh de, 233.

Merlawe, Great. See Marlow.

Mernes, Mernys. See Mearns.

Mershton. See Merston.

Mersowe, Edmund de, 27.

Merston, Merstam [co. Kent], 236.

-, Mershton [co. Sussex], 305.

-, diocese of Lincoln, 32.

Merston, Thomas de, 217, 246, 247, 258.

Merthirkeler. See Llangeler.

Merton [co. Surrey], prior and convent of, 149, 426.

Merton. See Monktown.

Merton, John, 250.

-, John de, 137, 417, 441, 513.

-, John de, official of Glasgow, archdeacon of Teviotdale, 567, 568, 583, 638.

-, John de, 601.

-, John de, provost of Bothwell, 611.

-, Nicholas de, 227.

-, Merthon, Robert de, 627, 629, 640.

-, Thomas de, 546.

-, Walter de, 118.

Merylsang, William, 562.

Mesen. See Misson.

Messan, Maurice, 84.

Messingham, Great. See Massingham.

Metham, John de, 299.

Methil, Methlyl, Methkyl [co. Fife], 594, 618, 627.

Methven, Methfen [co. Perth], 548, 553.

Metz [Lorraine], canon of, 354.

Mewury, John de. See Melburn.

Meykinch. See Markinch.

Meynill, Hugh de, baron, 87.

-, Alice wife of Hugh, 87.

-, Giles brother of Hugh, 87.

Meysey, John, 500.

-, Walter, 500.

Meyvot. See Meifod.

Michael, the king's secretary. See Northburgh.

-, kinsman of the bishop of Dunblame, 541, 542.

Michaelis, Richard, 173.

-, Thomas, 100.

Michel, Michiel, John, 389.

-, Richard, 307, 326.

-, Robert, 179.

-, Thomas, 116, 233, 234, 298, 377, 382, 388.

-, William, 478.

Michelmersh, Muchelmerch, Mychelmersh, [co. Hants], 251, 335, 392.

Michiel. See Michel.

Middelond, Midelond, Robert de, treasurer of Exeter, 147, 159, 161, 205, 312, 328, 344, 386, 510.

Middenhull, John de, 377.

Middle, Mudele [co. Salop], 317, 360.

Middlesex, archdeacon of. See Idesworth; Offord; Cardinals (Twelve Apostles); Polmorva.

Middleton Cheney, North Midelton [co. Northampton], 59.

Middleton [co. Cork], abbey of Chore, 469.

-, St. George, St. George [?] [co. Durham], 400.

-, See Longparish.

Middleton, Richard de, 102.

-, Thomas de, 417, 420, 421, 442.

Middlewich, Middlewyce, Middlewick [co. Chester], 36, 150.

Midelham, Hugh de, 355.

Midelond. See Middelond.

Midelton, North. See Middleton Cheney.

Midelton, Gilbert de, 4, 16.

-, Middelton, John de, 278, 391, 409, 515.

-, Richard de, proctor at the papal court, 219, 278, 362, 525.

Midilton, Ralph de, 163.

Midulton, John de, of Chester, 430.

Mignon, Thomas, the king's notary, 183.

Milbourne, Thomas de, 547.

Mildenhall [co. Suffolk], 229.

Mile, Robert, 457, 494.

Miles, John, 442.

Militis, Militik. See Knight.

Millok, Alexander, 309, 334.

Milly, John, 76.

Milton, 318, 368.

-, [co. Oxon], prebend of Lincoln, 290.

-, See Moulton.

Milton-Abbas, Mellton [co. Dorset], abbot and convent of, 431, 487.

Mimms, North, Northmymmes [co. Herts], 455.

Minchinhampton, Nuns Hampton [co. Gloucester], 278.

Minden, 175.

Miniot, Bartholemew, 13.

Minot, Thomas, archbishop of Dublin, 409, 411, 412, 466, 467.

Minsterton. See Misterton.

Mirepoix [Barn], canon of, 3.

Mirton, Thomas de, 605, 608, 629.

Missenden [co. Bucks], abbot and convent of, 364, 365.

-, Great, Mussyngden [co. Bucks], 165, 364, 365.

Misson, Mesen, Misen [co. Notts], 69, 434.

Misterton, Minsterton [co. Leicester], 248.

-, [co. Notts], 194.

Mistley, Misteleych [co. Essex], 375.

Mitford, John de, 87, 163.

M'Kyagham, Simon, 542.

Mocelot, Henry, 232.

Mochony, Baldwin de. See Mohun.

Moclowe, Roger de, 57.

Modbury, Medbury [co. Devon], 372.

-, William de. See Cromphorn.

Modroc, Walter, 629.

Modyndenn. See Muttinden.

Moese. See Moze.

Moffat [co.Dumfries], 588, 613.

-, -, prebend of Glasgow, 598, 638.

Moffet, Robert de, 594, 595, 628, 631.

-, Walter de, archdeacon of Lothian, 325, 339, 565.

Mohun, Moun, Mohony, Mochony, Mouhoun, Baldwin de, 7, 26, 152, 205.

-, Joan de, 292.

-, John de, 167.

Moigne, Thomas le, brother of John de Offord, 178.

Mokarde. See Muckart.

Mokcok, William, 556.

Mold (Mons Altus) [co. Flint], 166, 276, 363.

Molesby [co. York, N. R.], prioress and convent of, 432.

Molton, Simon de, 512.

-, William de, 303, 472.

Monchensy, Roger, 97.

Moncton. See Monktown.

Monea, Culmani [co. Fermanagh], 556.

Monete, Richard, 500.

Monewog. See Kilmonivaig.

Mongombri, John, 84.

-, -, Margery his wife, 84.

Monifeith, Moniforh, Monyfoth [co. Forfar], 540.

Moniforth, Monifoth, William de, 549, 591.

Monikie, Monyecky, Monyhecy [co. Forfar], 34, 625.

Monimail, Monymel [co. Fife], 557, 618.

Monimosc, Monymusk, Monymosur, Michael de, dean of Aberdeen. Dunblane and Glasgow, 142, 325, 326, 375, 379, 506, 527, 528.

Monimusk [co. Aberdeen], 387, 397.

Monks-Eleigh, Ylleghe Monachorum [co. Suffolk], 43.

-, Horton [co. Kent], prior of. See Warenne; Tenoleo; Hopton.

-, Kirby, Kirkeby [co. Warwick], prior and convent of, 351.

-, Kirkebi [co. Warwick], priors of. See Desertis; Grauleriis.

Monkton, Munketon [co. York, W. R.], prebend of Ripon, 258, 320, 323, 373, 381, 418, 440.

-, Farleigh, Farley [co. Wilts], prior and convent of, 430, 449.

Monktown, Moncton, Mucton [co. Ayr], 579, 583, 595, 604, 606, 626, 637, 638.

Monlyshe, Martin, 224.

Monmouth, prior and convent of, 428.

Monndevill. See Mundevill.

Monros. See Montrose.

Mont St. Denis, abbot and con vent of, 51.

Montacute [co. Somerset], prior of. See Porta; Baugiaco.

-, prior of, 393.

-, prior and convent of, 42, 430, 486.

Montacute, Simon de, bishop of Ely and Worcester, 9, 14, 21, 27, 75, 86, 94, 140, 276.

Montagu, Monte Acuto, William de, earl of Salisbury, lord of Man, 6, 25, 59, 211, 355, 356, 394.

-, -, Elizabeth his wife, 355.

-, -, John his eldest son, 64.

-, Katherine de, 25.

-, Edward de, 167.

Montauban [Languedoc], bishop of. See Cardilaco.

Montealto, Benedict de, dean of St. Asaph. 300, 301.

-, John de, 635.

Montebourg [Normandy], St. Mary's, monk of, 194.

Montefalcone G. de, lord of Villafont and guardian of Burgundy, 219.

Montefaventio, Bertrand de, cardinal of St. Mary in Aquiro. See Cardinals.

Monteferrando, Bertrand de, 45.

Montefloro, Dalmacius de, 309.

Monteflorum, Paul de, 124.

Montegazino, Bernard Berardi of. See Berardi.

Monte Peliologo, Anthony de, 298.

Monte Pesato, Guy de, 196.

Monterduffy, St. Michael, diocese of Glasgow, 564.

Montferrat, marquis of. See Paleologus.

Montfort, John V. de, duke of Brittany, count of Montfort and Richmond, 420, 546, 547.

-, -, Joan his wife, 546, 547.

Montgomery [Wales], 254.

Montignac [Saintonge], lady of. See Sancto Paulo.

Montisgomorri, John, knt., 602.

Montolieu, the venerable father, lord of, 89.

Monton, Sir Henry. See Morton.

Montpellier [Languedoc], university of, 549.

Montreuil [France], treasurer of. See Luda.

Montros, Ro. de, prior of St. Andrews, 594.

Montrose, Monros [co. Forfar], 581, 625.

-, chapel of St. Cross, 581.

Montywedet, Robert, 306.

Mony, John le, knt., 154.

-, -, Joan his wife, 154.

Monyabrok. See Kilsyth.

Monyecky. See Monikie.

Monyfoth. See Monifeith.

Monymel. See Monimail.

Monymosur. See Monimosc.

Monypeny, Manypeny, Monypeni, Robert, precentor of Aberdeen, 304, 324, 508.

-, Thomas, 589.

Moor, More, Thomas atte, 314, 349.

Mor, Elizabeth, 124.

Mora [parish of St. Giles, Cripplegate], prebend of London, 68.

Mora, Henry de,. 22.

-, William de, 366.

Morant, Thomas, knt., 531.

Moravia, John de, pantler of Scotland, 144, 376.

-, Richard de, 33.

-, William de, 27.

Moray, archdeacons of. See Bur; Perry; Dicson; Camera.

-, bishop of, 574, 607.

-, bishops of. See Pilmer; Bur; Spiny; Innes; Lichton.

-, bishop, dean, and chapter of, 629.

-, bishop and chapter of, 589.

-, canons of, 15, 33, 66, 68, 76, 92, 109, 113, 152, 199201, 204, 215, 236, 241, 250, 252255, 289, 326, 346, 384, 386, 387, 389, 401, 476, 480, 527, 535, 537, 538, 544, 545, 547554, 556, 557, 562, 563, 566, 569, 570, 572, 576, 578580, 582, 583, 587, 588, 591, 593, 595, 596, 602607, 613616, 620, 621, 625, 627, 635639.

-, cathedral of, 131, 200, 253, 401, 563.

-, chancellor of. See Pluscardy.

-, chaplaincy in the church of, 590, 591.

-, dean of. See Pillemor; Sancto Claro; Trayl; Douglas; Taras.

-, earl of. See Randolph; Dunbar.

-, Elgin [Scotland], House of God by the city of, 580.

-, penitentiary of. See Sancto Claro.

-, prebends of, 256, 257, 387, 550, 593, 602, 604, 605, 635, 636, 638, 639.

-, precentors of. See Pilmor; Fieschi; Rath; Boyl; Spiny; Creyth; Halyburton; Spineto; Felton; Dunbar.

-, residentiary chaplains of the church of, 200.

-, sub-dean of. See Gerland.

-, succentor of. See Duffhous; Arde; Felton.

-, treasurers of. See Pilmor; Martin; Marre; Cheshelm.

Morchard-Bishop, Bishop's Morchard [co. Devon], 361, 389.

Mordale, Thomas, 296.

Morden, Richard de, 406.

Mordon, John de, 171.

More [co. Salop], 278.

More, John, 486, 527.

-, See Moor.

Morehalle, prebend of Gnosall, 526.

Moreton, North [? North Newton], prebend of Wilton, 167.

Moreton-Magna, Great Murthon [co. Hereford], prebend of Hereford, 169, 463, 464.

-, Parva, Moreton Minor, prebend of Hereford, 115.

-, Pinkney, Morton [co. Northampton], 418.

Morgengo [Piedmont], 129.

Morhuse, Robert de, 563.

Moricii, Donald, prior of Oronsay, 632.

Morin, Moryn, Moreyn, Walter, 178, 282, 285, 316, 317, 322, 324, 355, 358, 360, 366, 377, 383.

Moriot, Thomas, 366.

Morky, John, 564.

Morlee, Morle, Thomas de, 67, 378.

Morley, Richard, 529.

-, William de, 489.

Morningthorpe, Mornigthorp [co. Norfolk], 306.

Morres, John, master of St. Bartholomew's Hospital, Tweedmouth, 511.

Mort, David, 319, 370.

Morten, Robert de, 137.

Morteyn, Edmund de, 32, 164.

Mortimer. See Mortuo Mari.

Mortmuac, Malcolm, 563.

Morton, 191.

-, See Moreton-Pinkney.

Morton, Henry de, 198.

-, Monton, Sir Henry, 40.

-, Margaret de, 173.

-, Richard de, 161.

-, Robert de, secretary of John de Offord, 178.

-, William de, treasurer of Katherine de Bello Campo, warden of Castle Elmley chapel, 494, 495.

-, William de, 116.

Mortuomari, Constantine de, knt., 66, 70, 98.

-, Joan de, countess of March, 126, 127.

-, Mortimer, Philippa, countess of March, 531.

-, Roger de, baron, earl of March, marshal of England, 229, 233, 303, 351.

-, William de, 66, 70.

Moryn, Roger, 41.

-, See Morin.

Moserote, James, 624.

Mota, Amaneuus de, 290.

-, Gaillardus de, cardinal deacon of St. Lucy's in Silice. See Cardinals.

-, John de, 290.

-, John de, lord of Ferris, 395.

-, William Raymundi, 6.

Mote, Axte, John de la, 447, 458.

Mothe, Amanieu de la, archbishop of Bordeaux, 290.

Mottisfont, Motesfont [co. Hants], Augustinian priory of, 255.

Moubray. See Mowbray.

Mouhoun. See Mohun.

Moulton, Multon, Milton [co. Suffolk], 259, 284, 405, 409, 436, 526.

Moulton, Multon, James de, 21, 30, 535.

-, John de, knt., 28, 29.

Moun. See Mohun.

-, Henry le, 79.

Mount, Thomas, of Wikham, 300, 823, 382, 393, 462.

Mounthaw, St. Mary. See London.

Mourton, Hugh de, 47.

Moussald. See Mussald.

Mouswald, Mussald [co. Dumfries], 584.

Mowbray, Blanche daughter of John de, 151.

-, John son of John de, knt. and baron, 151, 466.

-, -, Elizabeth his wife. See Segrave.

-, Moubray, John de, knt. and baron, 18, 151.

-, William de, knt. 157.

Moy [co. Elgin], prebend of Moray, 604, 605, 637.

-, [co. Inverness], 562.

Moyne, Andrew le. See Offord.

-, Maynne, Robert, 85, 304.

Moynton, Walter de, abbot of Glastonbury, 282.

Moysam, John, 547.

Moze, Moese [co. Essex], 66.

Mucheledevere, Stephen de, 17.

Muchelmerch. See Michelmersh.

Muchelney [co. Somerset], abbot and convent of, 352, 486.

-, chapel of St. Mary atte Stone, 352.

Mucholdever, William, citizen of Winchester, 335.

-, -, Joan his wife, 335.

Muckart, Mokarde, Lhockard [co. Perth], 204, 205, 546.

Muckersy, Mukkersi [par. of Forteviot, co. Perth], 596, 603, 607, 608, 634.

Mucton. See Monktown.

Mudele. See Middle.

Mugge, Sugge, William, warden of the chapel of Windsor, archdeacon of Barnstaple, 139, 291, 309, 832, 474.

Mugginton, Maginton [co. Derby], 342.

Mukcart, John, 551.

Mukkyrsi. See Muckersy.

Mulleborn, William de, 294.

Multon, Walter de, 381, 474, 509.

-, See Moulton.

Multrei, Adam, 202.

-, Henry, 202.

Mulvand, Robert, 109.

Muncur, John de, 89.

Mundavilla. See Mandavilla.

Mundele, William de, 71.

Mundevill, Mondevill, Richard, 295, 301.

Munketon. See Monkton.

Munkton. See Monktown.

Munster, canon of, 262, 272.

Murimouth, Adam, precentor of Exeter, 65.

-, John de, monk of Westminster, 171.

Murroes, Muryaus [co. Forfar], 235.

Murthon, Great. See Moreton Magna.

Muryaus. See Murroes.

Muschilburg. See Musselburgh.

Musfald. See Mussald.

Musgrave, Crusegrave [co. Westmoreland]; 294, 448.

Muskham, South, Suthmascham, Muskam co, Notts], prebend of Southwell, 115, 123.

Muskham, Muskam, Robert de, 364, 415, 474.

Musklburgh, John de, 632.

-, Simon de, 632.

Muskylbergh. See Musselburgh.

Mussald. See Mouswald.

Mussald, Musfald, Moussald, Gilbert de, official of Glasgow, archdeacon of Teviotdale, 563, 567, 588, 613, 636.

Musselburgh, Muschilburgh, Muskylbergh [co. Edinburgh], 566, 569.

-, St. Mary's Hospital, 586, 626.

Mussinden, Thomas de, lord of Quainton. 382.

Mussyngden. See Missenden.

Muttinden, Modyndenn [co. Kent], Hospital of the Holy Trinity of, 423.

Mychelmersh. See Michelmersh.

Mychyan, Thomas, 468.

Myddelton, Richard de, 174.