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

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Naillac. See Nerlhaco.

Nanery, Robert, 44.

Nanspil, Ralph, 128.

Nantes, bishop and chapter of, 116, 574.

Napar, Naper, John, 623, 630.

Naples, archbishop of. See Cardinals (Twelve Apostles).

-, A., cardinal of. See Cardinals (Tusculum).

Napton [co. Warwick], 37.

Napton, William de, archdeacon of Meath, 185, 373.

Narbonne [Languedoc], canons of, 320.

Narn, Michael de, 554.

-, Thomas de, 552, 554.

-, William de, 628.

Narne, Adam de, 562.

Narnia, Alioctus de, papal auditor, 216.

Nary, William de, 546.

Naseby, Navesby [co. Northants], 226, 240.

Nassigton. See Nassington.

Nassington [co. Northants], prebend of Lincoln, 107, 125, 315, 353.

Nassington, Nasyngton, Nassigton, John de, archdeacon of Barnstaple, 195, 196.

-, Robert de, abbot of Ramsey, 125, 126.

-, Roger de, chancellor of Lichfield, 53, 267.

Natyngdon, Thomas de, 36.

-, -, his sister Benedicta, 36.

-, -, -, her children James and Beatrice, 36.

Naunton, Newenton [co. Gloucester], 495.

Naunton, Thomas de, 272.

-, Thomas de, knt., 490.

-, -, Margery his wife, 490.

Nausogh, Geoffrey de, 40.

Navarre, king of. See Charles.

-, nuncio to. See Lenne.

Navenby, Naveniby [co. Lincoln], 76, 208.

Naveniby, Navenby, Robert de, master of the order of Semperingham, 76, 188.

Navesby. See Naseby.

Navesby, Adam de, 141.

-, William de, nephew of John de Gynewelle, archdeacon of Chester, 140, 141, 163, 188, 195, 227, 228.

Nawton, Neacton [co. York, N. R.], 447.

Neacton. See Nawton.

Neath, Neeth [co. Glamorgan], 40.

-, Cistercian abbey of St. Mary, 40, 62, 290, 339.

Necton [co. Norfolk], 457.

Neel, Walter, citizen of London, 192.

Neffold, John de, 217.

Nel, Walter, 76.

Nemie, Nenne, Maurice, 620.

Nenagh, Nenach [co. Tipperary], master of the Augustinian hospital of. See Laurence; Pastyn.

-, guardian of the Friars Minor of. See M'Cragh.

Nenne. See Nemie.

Nerhlaco, Naillac, Philibert de, master of the order of St. John of Jerusalem or of Rhodes, 598.

Neriton, Lucy, 217.

Nessebyt, John de, 426.

Nesson, William, 55.

Netheravene, Niterhavene, Nytheraven, Henry de, 426, 500.

-, Richard, 23, 205.

Netherbury [co. Dorset], prebend of Salisbury, 308, 329.

Neubald. See Newbald.

Neubury, diocese of Durham. See Newburn.

Neuby, John de, 71.

Neucherch. See Newchurch.

Neucroft, Roger, archdeacon of Northampton, 152, 167.

Neuell, John, chancellor of Ferns, 571.

Neuerch. See Rosskeen.

Neueton, diocese of Salisbury, 34.

Neuhawe. See Newhawe.

Neuill. See Newtyle.

Neulliac, Newilac [Brittany], 497.

Neuport. See Newport.

Neustede. See Newstead.

Neuthyle. See Newtyle.

Neuton Davy. See Green's Norton.

-, in Glendale. See Kirk Newton.

Neuton, Hugh de, 83.

-, Martin de, 434, 443.

-, Nicholas de, archdeacon of Cornwall, 382.

-, Reginald de, 211.

-, Richard (William) de, 505, 507, 510.

-, Simon de, scutifer viridis, 360, 505, 507, 509511, 517, 534.

-, Thomas de, 370.

-, William de, 54.

-, -, 242.

-, -, -, Matilda his wife, 242.

-, -, See Neuton, Richard de.

-, -, 472.

-, -, See Chesterton.

Neutoun Olethane. See Newtown.

Neuwerk. See Newark.

Nevay, Nevet [co. Forfar], 360, 368, 421, 442.

Nevers [France], St. Martin's monastery, 396.

Nevet. See Nevay.

Nevill, Neville, Nevyle, Alexander son of Ralph de, archdeacon of Cornwall, 214, 320, 373, 374.

-, Alexander de, 504.

-, Hugh de, knt. 45, 46, 80.

-, Ralph de, knt. and baron, 214, 373.

-, Thomas son of Ralph de, 214, 321, 374376.

Newark, Neuwerk [co. Notts], 310, 337, 420.

Newbald, Neubald, Peter de, 244, 417, 418.

Newbattle, Newbotyl [co. Edinburgh], abbot and convent of, 131, 623.

Newbigginge, David de, 173.

Newbiggingue, William de, 173.

Newbold-Pacey [co. Warwick], 122.

Newbotyl. See Newbattle.

Newburgh [co. York], prior and convent of, 85, 227, 228.

Newburn, Neubury [co. Northumberland], 497.

Newcastle-under-Lyne [co. Stafford], 433.

Newcastle-upon-Tyne, 56.

Newchurch [Isle of Wight], 396, 519.

-, [co. Kent], 178, 336.

Newe, Adam, 162.

Neweman, John, 447.

Newenham, John de, 154.

-, William de, 191.

Newenton. See Newton.

-, See Newton.

-, Longeville. See Newnton-Longville.

Newenton, William de, 55.

Newerch and Roskevin. See Rosskeen.

Neweton, Hugh de, 65.

-, Roger de, 434.

Newham, John de, 504, 505.

Newhawe, William de, 290, 367.

Newhouse [co. Lincoln], Premonstratensian abbot and convent of, 205.

-, abbot of, 205.

Newilac. See Neuillac.

Newington, Newton, Neuton [co. Surrey], 409, 412.

Newland [co. Gloucester], 422.

Newmarche, John, 272.

Newnham, Gilbert de, 162.

Newnton-Longville, Newenton Longeville [co. Bucks], 516.

Newport, Neuport, Thomas de, abbot of St. Werburgh's, Chester, 424.

-, William de, 351, 425, 474.

Newstead, Neustede [co. Kent], 216.

Newton, Neuton. See Newington.

-, Newenton [co. Devon], 369.

-, [co. Edinburgh], 586.

-, [co. Wilts], prebend of Wilton, 503, 508.

-, in-Glendale. See Kirk-Newton.

-, St. Cyres, Nywaton St. Cyricius or St. Cyrick [co. Devon], 303, 370, 471, 472.

Newton, Alexander de, 611.

-, George de, 601.

Newtown, Novavilla [co. Cork], 416.

-, Newtoun Olethane [co. Cork], 307, 328.

Newtyle, Neuthyle, Neuill [co. Forfar], 235, 543, 545, 575.

Neylond, Thomas de, 260.

Nicholai, John, or son of Nicholas, 566, 590.

Nicolai, James, 533.

Nicole, Ralph, of Bury (Burs), 317, 322, 324, 367, 378, 384.

Nicosia [Cyprus], Philip, archbishop of, 338.

-, canon of, 557.

Nidecken, Nidetken [Westphalia], 362.

Nigelli, Finlay, 577.

Nigg, Niger [co. Kincardine], 235.

Nikelyn, Niklyn, John, 41, 62, 97.

Niklyn. See Nikelyn.

Nimes [Languedoc], bishop of. See Cardinals (St. Mark).

Niterhavene. See Netheravene.

Noble, John, 119.

Noel, Walter, 242.

-, -, Margaret his wife, 242.

Noevill. See Nevill.

Nogaroulet [Gascony], canon of, 223.

Noion, John, 319, 370.

Nonwik. See Anwyke.

Nony, John de, monk of Eynsham, 100.

Nonyngton, diocese of Wells, 28.

Norberwyk. See Berwick, North.

Norberwik, Northberwik, William de, 551, 552, 572.

Norburgh. See Northburgh.

Noreys, Richard, 2, 222.

Norfolk, archdeacons of. See Usflete; Blith.

-, countess of. See Brotherton.

Norham, Noruham [co. Northumberland], 434, 511, 512.

Norman, William, of Bonwelle, 431.

Northam [co. Devon], 110.

Northampton, St. Peters, 236, 237.

-, prior and convent of St. Andrew's. 486, 488.

-, archdeacons of. See Cardinals (Porto); Newcroft.

-, earl of. See Bohun.

Northberwik. See Norberwik.

Northbourne, Northbourn [co. Kent], 306.

-, warden of. See Stace; Ripple.

Northburgh, Geoffrey de, 139.

-, Laurence de, 24, 139, 170.

-, Michael de, archdeacon of Suffolk, envoy, bearer of the privy seal, bishop of London, 18, 174, 186, 190, 219, 220, 236, 249, 250, 258260, 264, 265, 267, 268, 294, 302, 303, 331, 840, 343.

-, Michael de. See Fre.

-, Roger de, bishop of Lichfield, 9, 50, 67, 138, 139, 190, 191.

-, Roger, nephew of Roger de, 191.

Northe, Richard, 421.

Northeby, John, 12.

Northenden, Northwortham [co. Chester], 6.

Northeton. See Norton.

Northfleet, Northflete [co. Kent], 59, 454.

North-Hill, Northull [co. Cornwall], 6.

Northleu. See Leigh, North.

Northmymmes. See Mimms.

Northprovendre. See Grantham Borealis.

Northumberland, archdeacon of. See Salopia.

Northwell. See Norwell.

Northwell, William de, treasurer of Edward, prince of Wales, 155, 300.

Northwelle, Richard de, sub-treasurer of Henry, duke of Lancaster, 239.

Northwico. See Norwico.

Northwode, Nortwode, John de, 396, 417.

-, John de, archdeacon of Totnes, 156, 170, 188, 302.

-, Otto de, archdeacon of Exeter, 177, 195, 211.

-, Simon de, 68.

-, Thomas de, 180.

Northwold [co. Norfolk], 437.

Northwortham. See Northenden.

Norton. See Norton-Mandeville.

-, [co. Chester], prior and convent of, 83, 136, 448, 487.

-, [co. Durham], canon of, 108, 170, 172, 318, 386, 392, 437, 448, 466.

-, -, prebend of, 264, 268, 329.

-, Northeton [co. Somerset], 92.

-, [co. York, E. R.], Hospital of, 168.

-, Canons [co. Hereford], 302, 303.

-, Davie. See Green's Norton.

-, -Malreward, Norton Melreward [co. Somerset], 360.

-, -Mandeville, Norton [co. Essex], 372.

Norton, John de, chancellor of Salisbury, 139, 323, 379, 380, 422.

Nortwode. See Northwode.

Norvico. See Norwico.

Norwell, Northwell [co. Notts], prebend of Southwell, 300, 393.

Norweye, Richard, 97.

Norwich, St. Michael in Conisford, 493.

-, archdeacon of. See Fastolf; Belers; Belengers; Lyng; Swinflet.

-, bishops of. See Beck; Bateman; Percy.

-, bishop of, 39, 62, 148, 161, 276, 295, 301, 342, 407, 429, 470, 493, 512.

-, bishop, prior, and chapter of, 292, 345, 404, 408, 449.

-, cathedral church of, 418.

-, dean and chapter of, 95.

-, prior of. See Hoo.

-, prior and chapter of, 96, 430, 431, 445, 447.

Norwico, Norwyco, Norvico, Northwico, Geoffrey de, 486.

-, Richard de, the king's secretary and treasurer, 183, 217, 281, 413.

-, William de. See Bateman.

-, William de, 321, 375, 400.

Norys, William, 617.

Nostle [co. York, W. R.], canon of, 293.

-, prior and convent of St. Oswald's, 343, 383, 429.

Notingham, Walter de, chaplain of queen Isabella, 71.

Nottingham, archdeacon of. See Cardinals (Tusculum); Buckingham; Kildesby; Brinkele; Cardinals (Twelve Apostles); Derby.

Nottingham, John de, proctor of the university of Oxford, 61.

-, John de, 159.

-, Ralph de, 416.

Novavilla. See Newtown.

Novodompno, Bernard de, papal auditor, 125, 234.

Nowik. See Anwyke.

Nubbeleye, Nulbeleye, John de, 58, 208.

Nuncio, papal. See Norwico; Sistre; Pelegrini; Concoreto; Ortolis; Cardinals (St. Vitalis); Innocent VI.

Nundy, Henry, of Walkefeld, 314, 352.

Nuns Hampton. See Minchinhampton.

Nykelyn, John. See Nikelyn.

Nytheraven. See Netheravene.

Nywaton, St. Cyricius. See Newton St. Cyres.

Nywaton, William de, 403.