Index: J

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Jacob, John, [of Winchelsea], 515.

, Walter, 521, 529.

, William, of Thorshagh, and Joan his wife, 271.

Jacobi, Philip, de Morikcio, called Bonadventure, 249.

Jakesham. See Yaxham.

James, courier of Cardinals Gaucelinus and Luke, 2.

, James son of, de Ilketelsale, 41.

, Robert son of, de Shothorton, and John his brother, 539.

, William son of, de Normandia, 443.

Jammore. See Giamori.

Jannes, Jaunes, John, 467.

, William, 291.

Janua, Castellus de, 197.

, Philip, de, 167.

Janyn, Walter, 294.

Jarcumville, Roger de, 467.

Jarpunville, Andrew de, and Walter his son, 543, 550.

, —, Matilda his wife, 550.

Jaunes. See Jannes.

Jay, Jaye, Peter le, 604, 605.

, Richard, of Brikstoke, 90.

Jedburgh, Jedeworth [co. Roxburgh], William, abbot of, 7.

Jedeworth. See Jedburgh.

Jendewyne. See Jondewyne.

Jeovene. See Jevene; Joefne.

Jereseye. See Jersey.

Jerin, Jerni, Jervi, John, of Leicester, 233.

Jernemuthe. See Gernemuth; Yarmouth.

Jerni. See Jerin.

Jerovall. See Jervaulx.

Jersey, Jereseye, Jersie, Geresey, Gereseye, Geresie, Gersey, Gerseye, Gersie, the Island of, 131, 137, 143, 151, 166, 328, 515517, 535, 538, 590, 592, 596.

, Otto de Grandisono, keeper of, 38, 375.

, alleged encroachments and malpractises in, 375.

, attorneys of the bishop of Avranches in, 137.

, —, of the abbot of Mont St. Michel in, 166, 596.

, adjuration of, 38, 265, 577, 578,

Jerusalem, Peter, patriarch of. See Rodez.

, pilgrimage to, 114, 115, 126, 154.

, hospital of St. John of. See St. John of Jerusalem.

, house of St. Lazarus of, 131, 571.

, house of the Holy Sepulchre, 510, 527.

Jervaulx, Jerovall [co. York], the prior of, 210.

, the monks of, 218.

Jethou, Guetehou, Island of, near Guernsey, 427.

Jeu, William le, of Coker, 314.

See Jew.

Jeudewyne. See Jendewyne.

Jevene, Jeuene, Jeovene. Jovene, Nicholas le, of Miton, 521.

, Simon le, 78.

, William, of Myton, and Robert his brother, 181.

See Joefne; Young; Yunge.

Jew, a, now a convert to the Christian Faith, 502.

, Isaac the, 254.

See Jeu.

Joan, the king's niece, daughter of Peter de Gavaston. See Gavaston.

Joce, John, 469.

, —, knight, 280, 437.

, —, Ralph Joneschaumberleyn, 280.

, Philip, 431.

, William, 431.

, —, the younger, 445.

, —, of Thorncot, Alice daughter of, 27.

See Joceus.

Joceaux, Peter de, monk of Lewes, 120.

Compare Jusceaux.

Jocepark [co. York], a wood in Eccleshill called, 327.

Joceus, William son of, le Carpenter, 172, 182.

See Joce.

Joefne, William le, 43.

See Jevene; Young; Yunge.

Johan, Richard, 468, 473.

, Wolpinus, merchant, 161.

See also John.

Johannis, Gaucelinus. See Deuse.

Johanriddyng [co. York], 218.

John, king, 17, 27, 196, 294, 357, 525, 527.

, Henry his son. See Henry III.

, Inspeximus by, 27.

John, count of Mortain, afterwards King John. See Mortain.

John, [of Eltham, afterwards earl of Cornwall], son of Edward II. See Eltham.

John XXII [D'Euse], Pope, 3, 4, 33, 39, 40, 58, 64, 70, 73, 77, 112, 118, 126, 136, 140, 148, 154, 156, 164, 190, 191, 200, 204, 214, 216, 220, 223, 247, 252, 322, 331, 400, 423, 438, 440, 441, 494, 509, 511, 560.

, his brother Peter Doze, 46, 50.

, his nephew, Arnald de Triau, 47, 50.

, —, Peter de Vie, 47, 50.

, his vice-chancellor. See D'Euse.

, preferment of William de Melton to the archbishopric of York by, 58.

, —, Rigaud de Asserio to the bishopric of Winchester by, 438, 441.

, — Henry de Burgherssh to the bishopric of Lincoln by, 494.

, his nuncios or envoys. See Asserio; Balaeto; Brooke, William, prior of; Legduna.

John, son of Alphonso, king of Castille and Leon, 606.

John, 364.

, the clerk, 572.

, nephew of the provost, 36.

, son of. See Fitz John; Fiz John.

, the parson of Tyryngham. See Tyringham.

, vicar of Ellesmere. See Ellesmere.

, vicar of Sauston. See Sawston.

John ap Howel, and Erneberga his wife, 384.

, Howel or Howelinus son of, 384.

John, Adam son of. See Bertram, Adam son of John.

, Agnes daughter of. See Husum.

, Alexander son of, de Annesley. See Anesley.

, Amabilla daughter of, 78.

, Edward son of, de Cherleton. See Cherleton.

, Elena late the wife of William son of, le Prostsone of Skelton, 287.

, Elias son of, de Colecestre, or Colchester, 367, 475, 480.

, Emma daughter of, 83.

, Gilbert son of, de Whiteley, 397.

, Guy son of, de Luco, 521.

, Henry son of, 212.

, —, de Burscogh, 230.

, —, le clerk of Royston, 540.

, Herbert son of, 365, 510.

, Howel (or Howelinus) son of, ap Howel, 384.

, Humphrey son of, de Cherleton. See Cherleton.

, Joan daughter of, de Wauton, 409.

, John son of, atte Gote, 232.

, —, atte More of Terling, 491.

, —, de Bohun, 511.

, —, de Boneville, 13.

, —, le Bret, 296.

, —, de Burway, 480, 481.

, —, du Celer, 465.

, —, de Cherelton. See Cherleton.

, —, de Coventre, 373.

, —, de Crel, 229.

, —, le Cruysare, 486.

, —, de Estgaulton, Matilda late the wife of, 406.

, —, le Glasier of Candelwykestrete, 542.

, —, de Gray, 143.

, —, de Hastynges. See Hastinges.

, —, de Hotheye, 545.

, —, le Keu, of la More, and Agnes his wife, 43, 430.

, —, de Lamesleye, 388.

, —, de Langeton, and Amabilla his wife, 493.

, —, de Lyouns of Werkeworth, 294.

, —, de Metham. 229.

, —, de Neuby, 235.

, —, de Poton, parson of Estdouelich, 580.

, — See Santo Johanne.

, —, de Walkyngham, 341.

, —, le White, 19.

, —, de Wlmar of Leyston, 441.

—, son of Eleanor de Magna Ovre, 281.

, —, son of Jordan de Sutton, 215.

, —, son of Peter de Enderby of Marum, 608.

, —, son of Ralph, and Thomas and Henry his brothers, 175.

, Marmaduke son of, de Twenge, 610.

, Nicholas son of, de Stebbyng, 488.

, —, de Thornton, 230, 235.

, Owen son of, de Cherleton. See Cherleton.

, Peter son of, 86.

, —, le Archer, 38.

, Philip son of, 371, 372.

, Ralph son of, de Cammoys, 429, 450.

, —, le Keu of Tyryngton, 232.

, —, de Ycumbla of Feriby, 314.

Reginald son of, del Dale, 372.

, —, de Othale, 372.

Richard son of, 371, 372.

, —, atte Neuelonde of Teye, and Thomas his brother, 175.

, —, de Cobbeldyk of Fraumton, 355.

, —, le Gayve, 608.

, —, de Harecourt, 486.

, —, de Hodeleston, 583.

, —, de Marreys, 275.

, —, de Stonord, 465.

, —, son of Matilda de Cadenay, and Thomas his brother, 183.

, Rithericus or Rethericus, son of, sheriff of Meath and subsequently of Dublin, 344.

, Robert son of [temp. Edward I], 77.

, —, le Bourcer, 296.

, —, le clerk of Lamesleye, 388.

, —, de Hesel, 315.

, —, de Kyme, 233.

, —, de Mandeville, 44.

, —, le Mau, 536.

, —, de Sandebrul. See Sandebrul.

, —, de Shipeston, 360.

, —, de Tolthorpe, 'mouner,' and William his brother, the elder, and William his brother, the younger, 608.

, — [of Weston], 211.

, Roger son of, de Diggeby, 232.

, —, de Lound, 234.

, Simon son of. See Kent, John de.

, —, le clerk, chaplain, 285.

, —, de Sutton, 231.

, —, —, of Boston, 85.

, —, —, Geoffrey, Simondesman, 85.

, Thomas son of. See Fitz Gerald, earl of Kildare.

, —, atte Brug, of Cotenham, 363.

, —, de Metham, 228.

, —, of Scarborough, 304, 384.

, —, le Stedman of Fulford, 540.

, —, de Thornton, 230, 235.

, Walter son of, 211.

, —, le Clerk of la Newelonde, 81.

, —, de Neville, 87, 91, 99.

, William son of, 169.

, —, atte Grene, 465.

, —, de Abyngton, 480, 481.

, —, de Berningham, 124.

, —, de Burway, 480.

, —, de Iselbek, 534.

, —, de Kekenwych, 487.

, —, de Kleg', 234.

, —, le Mouner, and Robert his brother, 608.

, —, de Wanetyng, 418.

See also Fitz John; Fiz John; Johan.

John Iweyn, 464.

Joice See Joce.

Joize. See Jorze.

Jolif, Jolyf, John, 419.

, —, of the Isle of Wight, 484.

, Richard, 485.

, Walter, of Burton, 233.

Jolifboie, Jolilifboy, Roger, 475, 480.

Jolleby, Richard de, 211.

Jolyf. See Jolif.

Jondewyne, Jendewyne, Jeudewyne, John de, 496.

Richard, 580.

See Gundewyne; Yongwyne.

Joneby, John son of Hugh de, and Sigreda his wife, 272.

Jones, Vincent, 481.

Jonesman, Richard, 525.

Jonesqwier, Henry, 99.

Jordan, Adam son of, de Chernok, 12.

, John, [of Welde], 208.

, —, [co. York], 375.

, John son of, 305.

, —, de Lovelynche, 84.

, — John son of, de Sutton, of Sutton in Asshefeld, 215.

, Thomas, 371.

, William, 176.

See Jurdan.

Jorse, Roland, archbishop [1311 to 1321] of Armagh, 325, 503.

Jorverat ap Lewelyn, 77.

Jorze, Joize, Robert son of Richard, parson of Long Colyngham, 465, 470.

Joselyn, Walter, 184.

Compare Goscelyn.

Josep, Stephen, 188, 584.

Joseph, Josef', John, 439.

, Valentine, 439.

, William, 439.

Jour, William, of Ditton, 209, 238.

Jouual, John, 175.

Jovene. See Jevene; Joefne; Young; Yunge.

Joweson, Jowesone, Henry, 437.

, Thomas, 370.

Joy, Joye, Geoffrey, of Hoo, 609.

, John, 539.

, John son of John, 468, 473.

, Nicholas, 274.

, Robert, the younger, 286.

, William, 286.

Juliana, John son of, 231.

, Thomas son of, de Steyngreve, 396.

Juliane, Geoffrey, 543.

, Robert, 120.

Jumiéges [Seine Inférieure, France], Matthew, abbot of St. Peter's, 597.

, Robert de Sansecot, a monk of, 597.

Junctyn, Junctin, John, merchant of the society of the Peruchi of Florence, 327, 344, 609.

Jurdan, Jordan, Avice, of London, 81.

, John, of Colchester, 475, 479.

, Stephen, co. Hertford, 280.

See Fiz Jurdan; Jordan.

Jurors, threatening, 548.

Jusceaux, Stephen de, 435.

Compare Joceaux.

Justice, impeding the administration of, 548.

Justice, John, of Guernsey, 534, 535, 592.

Juvene. See Jevene; Joefne; Young; Yunge.