General Index - D

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General Index - D

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Dabemont, William, 17.

Dabernoun. See Abernon.

Dachard. See Achard.

Dacolyne, Loternus [Aquilyn, Lotringus de], 115.

Dacre, Almand, 82.

, John, 82.

, Edmund de, 206, 284.

, John, 82.

, Ranulf de, 116, 122, 220.

, William, 307.

Dacres, John, 99, 154.

Dadisleye, Richard de, 136.

Dadynton, William Aylemer, parson of the church of, 267.

Daggeworth. See Dagworth.

Dagurnel, John, 17.

Dagworth. Daggeworth, John de, 101, 135, 137, 145, 146.

Dakeham, William, 210.

Dakeneye. See Akeneye.

Dalby, John de, parson of Potton, presented to Stapleford, 156.

, Simon de, 70.

Dale, John del, 304.

, See Deal.

Daleditch, Dalediz [near Budleigh, co. Devon]. 262.

Dallington, Dalyngton [co. Northampton], church of, 248.

Dallyng, Simon de, 234.

, Master Simon de, 159, 183.

Dallyngrigge, John de, 145.

Dalton in Kendal, co. Lancaster, 125.

Dalton, Robert de, 256, 332.

, Roger de, 154.

, William de, 275.

, —, parson of Croxton, 305.

Dalyngton. See Dallington.

Damary, Damony, Dammory. See Amory.

Dand, John 62.

Dane, Reginald atte, 67, 281.

, Stephen de la, 163, 188, 198.

Danehurst, Robert de, 338.

Daneman, John le, 287, 288.

, Richard, 67, 288.

, Robert. 281.

, Roger, 67.

, William, 67.

Daniel, Danyel, John, 206, 258, 283, 326.

Danthorp [Danthorpe, co. York], Geoffrey de, 348.

, —, Robert and John his brothers, 348.

, William de, the younger, 348.

Daras, Daraz, Adam, 111, 237.

Darcy, Darci, Arcy, Henry, 83.

, John, le neveu, justiciary of Ireland, 15, 26, 39, 40, 46, 155, 182, 251, 269, 271, 278, 281, 298, 301, 322, 344.

, John, 268.

, —, l'uncle, 311.

, —, le fils, 15.

, —, le fiz Norman, 228, 285.

, Norman, 79, 216, 222.

, Philip, 36.

, Robert, 9, 93, 147, 220, 228, 234, 237, 285, 289, 292.

Darderne. See Arderne.

Dardys, Bartholomew, 31, 347.

Darlingscot, Derlescote [in Tredington, co. Worcester], 69, 138.

Darlington, Derlyngton [co. Durham], 225.

, St. Mary, prebendary of. See Salford, William de.

Darlington ? Darthington [co. Durham], 80.

, church of, 148.

, vicarage of, 163, 186.

Darreis, Robert, 211.

Darsham, Dersham, co. Suffolk, 53.

, church of, 53.

Dartford, Derteford, Dertford [co. Kent], 39, 208, 211.

Darthington. See Darlington.

Dartmoor, Dertemor [co. Devon], forester of. See Walle, William de la.

Dartmouth, Dertemuth [co. Devon], 213, 310, 319.

Dassett, Derset, co. Warwick, 182, 323.

, Chepyngderset [co. Warwick], 328, 331.

Dassett, Little, Derset [co. Warwick], prebend of Lichfield, 199.

Dastyn, Robert, 218.

Daudele. See Audele.

Daulard, Peter, 23.

, William, 23.

Daulyn, Thomas, 23.

Daumarle. See Alba Marlia.

Daune. See Alne.

Dauneye. See Alneto de.

Daunteseye, Roger, 43, 46.

, —, William his son, 43.

, William, 42.

, —, Margery his wife, 42.

Daveliers. See Avilers.

Daventre, Robert de, 9, 66, 217, 221, 248.

David ap Blethin, bishop of St. Asaph [1314-1344].

ap Cadogan, 335.

ap Meuric, 334, 335.

ap Meuric ap Howel, 335.

, John son of, de Marchumley, 330.

, Map Tuder Obenthlyn, 330.

, Robert son of, de Maldon, 235.

, Thomas son of, 267.

Davidsone, Colan, 289.

Davy, Henry, 77.

, Robert, 255.

, Robert son of Robert, 255.

, —, Joan his wife, 255.

, Thomas, 90, 232.

, Waghan (Vaghan), 326.

, William, 333.

Davyes, John, of Tenbury, 330.

Dayncourt. See Eyncourt.

Deaf and dumb, in custody, 62.

Deakne, Dekne, Alexander, 348.

, Alice, 348.

, John, 348.

, William le, of Bruges, 274, 354.

Deal, Dale, Dyele [co. Kent], 208, 209.

, church of, 132, 248.

Dean Forest, Dene [co. Gloucester], 15, 27, 140, 320, 332.

Debach, Deubach [co. Suffolk], 252.

, church of 172, 186.

Debden, Depeden [co. Essex], church of, 125, 147, 148, 183.

Deen, William de, 13, 195, 291. See Dene.

Deene, Deen [co. Northampton], church of, 259, 274, 301.

Deeping, Depyng [co. Lincoln], Thomas Wake of. See Wake.

Deerhurst, Derhurst [co. Gloucester], priory of, 128, 176.

Deghere, John le, 65.

. See Deyere.

Deighton, Dighton [co. York], 143.

Dekne. See Deakne.

Delham, John de, 211.

Dembleby, Dembelby, co. Lincoln, 103.

Denbigh, Dynebegh, castle and manor of, 103.

. land of, 97, 354.

, lord of. See Lacy, Henry de; Thomas, earl of Lancaster.

Dene, Den, Adam atte, of Portsmouth, 45.

, Geoffrey le, 155.

, John de, 91.

, Thomas le, of Astley, 351.

, William de, 91, 93, 129.

See Dean.

Denemede, Richard de, 124.

Denever, Henry, 350.

, John, 350.

Dengemareys. See Dunge Marsh.

Dengesell, William, 209.

Denhurst, Robert de, 60.

Denne, John de, 47.

Denny, Henry, 146.

Denton, John de, prebendary of Moreton, 116, 132, 151.

, —, parson of Loughborough presented to Potton, 164.

, Richard de, 9, 53, 79, 101.

[Denton, co. Norfolk], Roger de, 224.

Denum, John de, justice, 65, 79, 139, 144, 159, 227, 278, 283, 284, 286, 289, 294, 347.

, William, 73, 74, 289.

Denusus, Lenin, de Luca, 203.

Dependen. See Debden.

Deptford. Depeford [tithing in Wyly], co. Wilts, 102.

Depyng. See Deeping.

Derby, co. Derby, 11, 142.

, abbot and convent of, 188.

, letters patent dated at, 77, 136.

, pontage for, 173.

Derby, county of, 123, 282.

, rebels goods in, 228.

Derby, East, Estderby [co. Lancaster], 185.

Derby, Roger de, 350.

, William de, 91.

, —, parson of Chilmark, 305.

Dercet, Ralph de, 280.

Dereham [co. Norfolk], letters patent dated at, 241.

, East, Estderham [co. Norfolk], 271.

, —, church of, 178.

, —, gaol of, 178.

, West, Westderham [co. Norfolk], 46.

, —, St. Mary, abbot and convent of, 46, 159, 246, 253.

, —, abbot of, 321.

, —, letters patent dated at, 216, 240, 241, 242, 261.

See Derham.

Derere, Simon, le Muster, of Bruges, 277.

Derham [Dereham, co. Norfolk], John de, 191, 350.

, William de, 160.

See Dereham; Dorham.

Derhurst. See Deerhurst.

Derlescote. See Darlingscot.

Derlington, Master Michael de, 138.

See Darlington.

Derlyng, Walter, 352.

Dermeniaco. See Ayrmenak.

Dermine. See Ayremynne.

Derneford, co. Oxford, 164.

, co. Wilts. See Durnford.

Derneford, Walter de, 334.

Derset. See Dassett.

Dersham, William de, presented to the vicarage of Yoxford, 276.

See Darsham.

Derteford. See Dartford.

Dertemor. See Dartmoor.

Dertford, Thomas de, parson of Earde, 247.

See Dartford.

Despaigne, Despaygne, Despayne. See Ispannia.

Despens, Nicholas del, 205.

Despenser, Hugh le, earl of Winchester, 27, 46, 102, 103, 105, 116, 120, 122, 161, 230, 268, 302, 303, 304, 323, 333.

, —, justice of the forest South of Trent, 120.

, —, captain general of forces against Roger Mortimer, 332.

, —, lord of the land of Denbigh, 354.

, —, Alesia his wife, 103.

, Hugh the younger, 19, 63, 95, 102, 106, 116, 124, 127, 133, 136, 149, 159, 200, 204, 205, 253, 256, 259, 278, 332, 333, 334, 344.

, —, wardrobe of, list of jewels in, 340.

, —, lord of Glamorgan and Morgannwg, 46, 52, 206, 258, 274, 318, 336.

, —, keeper of the lands late of John de Hastinges in Wales, 219.

, —, Eleanor wife of, the king's niece, 124, 133, 149, 159, 253, 259, 266, 277, 304, 318.

, —, pardon of his exile, 130.

, —, Gilbert his son, 124, 149, 159, 253, 259.

, —, Eleanor daughter of, 153.

, Hugh le, 103.

, —, the king's enemy, 343.

, John le, of Albury, 6.

, —, Margaret his wife, 6.

, —, John his son, 6.

, —, Thomas, Nicholas, and Richard his sons, 6.

, William le, 6.

Destefnild, Thomas, 12, 172.

Deubach. See Debach.

Devaunt, John, 15.

Devenissh, John le, 234.

, Thomas le, 234.

, —, of Bristol, 119.

Deverill, Deverel, co. Wilts, 102.

Deverous, John, 168.

Devias, Deuias, Alice daughter of Nicholas de, 190.

, Nicholas, 190.

, Philip, 295.

Devises [co. Wilts], 311.

Devon, 61.

, butler in, 184.

, escheator in, 113.

, sheriff of, 245.

Devon, Dyvene [co. Nottingham], river of, 290.

Dewesbery. See Dewsbury.

Dewlish, Estdouelys, co. Dorset, 102.

, Westdouelys, co Dorset, 102.

Dewsbury, Dewesbery, co. York, 270.

, advowson of, 149, 159.

Deye, Thomas le, 212.

Deyere, Richard, 146.

See Deghere.

Deyncourt. See Eyncourt.

Deystere, Adam le, 135.

Deyvill. See Eyvill.

Dichenyng. See Ditchling.

Dick. See Dyke.

Diddington ? Dodyngton [co. Huntingdon]. 273.

Dighton. See Deighton.

Dinan, Côtes du Nord, or Dinant, Belgium, Dinaunt, 317.

Dinarsbran. See Dinas Bran.

Dinas Bran, Dinarsbran [co. Denbigh], castle of, 271, 272.

Dineuras, John, 333.

Dinieton, Dynyeton, John de, 52, 56.

Dinmael, Dynmael [commote in the cantred of y Barwn, co. Denbigh], land of, 354.

Distshagh, Alan de, 172.

Ditchling, Dichenyng, co. Sussex, 271, 293.

, park of, 223.

Ditton, Dytton, Geoffrey son of Henry de, 270.

, Henry de, 171, 308.

Divelin. See Dublin.

Dobyn, Richard, parson of Bitterley, 257.

Dockwray. See Dokwra.

Doclinton, Dukelington, John de, mayor of Oxford, 63, 323.

Dodde, Thomas, of Faversham, 212.

See Dudde.

Doddington, co. Chester. See Dodyngton.

Doddington, Dodyngton [co. Lincoln], church of, 317, 346.

Doddington Dry, Dodyngton [co. Lincoln], 69.

Dodemanneswyke. See Dudmanswike in Hope, co. Kent.

Dodyngton, Dodynton, John de, 281.

, —, Juliana his wife, 281.

[Doddington, co. Chester], Richard de, 331.

Dodyngton. See Diddington.

Dodyngton. See Doddington.

See Doddington Dry.

Doget, Thomas son of John, 71.

Dogyn, Roger, 331.

Doiien. See Doyen.

Dokwra [Dockwray, co. Cumberland], Thomas de, 33, 204.

Dolittill, Walter, 244.

Dolkok, Roger, 351.

Dollard, Philip, 43.

Dollyngham. See Dullingham.

Dominici, Roderic, prior of Tongia, 260.

Don, Done, co. Lincoln, river, 144.

, co. York, river, 291.

Doncaster, Donecastre [co. York], 33, 225, 275.

, wood of Balby in. See Balby.

Doncastre, Donecastre, John de, justice, 74, 82, 144, 226, 229, 230, 231, 232, 291, 308, 348, 353.

, Richard de, 283.

Donemawe. See Dunmow.

Donemou, Peter, 270.

Donestaple, John de, 152.

See Dunstable.

Donet. See Douet.

Donewyco, Roger de, 212.

See Dunwich.

Donington Castle, Donyngton, co. Leicester, canon and manor of, 102.

Donton. See Duntun.

Donylonde, Saer de, 146.

Donyngton. See Donington.

Dorchester, Dorchestre [co. Dorset], 94.

, gaol, 233.

, Holy Trinity church, 77.

, Dorkecestre, co. Oxford, abbot and convent of, 196.

Dorham, John de, 26.

See Derham.

Doria of Genoa. See Aurea.

Dorkecestre. See Dorchester.

Dorking, Dorkyng, co. Surrey, 271, 293.

, warren at, 223.

Dorkyng, Robert de, Idonia wife of, afterwards wife of Walter Turk. 344.

Dormauuz, Dormauntz. John, 30, 39, 88.

Dorre, Gilbert, 138, 145.

Dorset, 18.

, archdeacon of. See Hotoft, Master T. de.

, chief bailiwick of the county of, 147.

, butler's deputies in, 47, 184.

Dorstone, Dorston [co. Hereford], church of, 253.

Dorum. See Orum.

Doscombe, Peter de, 354.

Dosinhou, Dosioun, John, 40, 312.

Dotto, Guy, 47.

Doubrigg, John, 67.

Douce, William, 161.

Douet or Donet, Stephen, 210.

Doune, John de, 91.

, Richard atte, 69, 85.

, Thomas, 331.

Dounham, Hugh de, 350.

, John de, 330.

[Downham, co. Norfolk], Richard de, 350.

See Downham.

Dounyng, Dunnyng, John, 307.

, Robert, 307.

, Walter, 300.

Dournecat, Bernard, ship of, 318.

Douufoul. See Duffoul.

Dover, Dovre [co. Kent], 3, 6, 25, 35, 174, 209, 210, 306, 310.

, barons of, 35.

castle, constable of. See Basset, Ralph; Kendale. Robert de.

, God's House, master and brethren of, 160.

, letters patent dated at, 162, 165, 168, 170, 171, 172, 173, 174, 175, 176, 227, 231, 233.

, mayor, bailiffs, and good men of, 51.

, murage for, 51, 175.

, port of, 175, 276.

, port of, barons of, 241.

, warden of. See Archer, John le; Basset, Ralph, of Drayton; Kendale, Robert de.

, St. Martin, prior of, 160.

, —, prior and convent of, 261.

, St. Radegund's by, abbot of, 172.

Dovere, Dovre, John de, 145.

, Richard de, 91.

Downham, Dounham [co. Cambridge], 72.

, co. Essex, 270.

, co. Norfolk. See Dounham.

Downton, Dounton, Thomas de Escrik, parson of, 187.

Dowystowe, Richard de, 93.

Doye, John, 136, 139.

Doyen, Doiien, William le, burgomaster of Bruges in Flanders, 5, 129, 134.

Doylly. See Oilly.

Doynel, Peter, 218, 309.

Drake, Reginald, 106.

Draper, John, 60, 346.

Drax [co. York], prior and convent of, 83.

Draycote, John de, 166.

, William son of William de, 193.

Drayton, Draiton [co. Oxford ?], church of, 274.

, Drayton by Abyndon, co. Berks, 102.

Drayton Basset, co. Stafford, 291.

, [co. Stafford], Robert Basset of. See Basset.

Drayton, West, Westdrayton, co. Nottingham, 289.

, Westdraiton, 330.

Drayton, Robert de, 354.

, Simon de, 221.

Drencheston, Richard de, 173.

Dreyton by Abyndon. See Drayton.

Driby, Dribi, Hugh de, 231.

, Joan de, lady of Tattershall, 255.

, Robert de, Joan wife of, 156.

Driffeld, Simon de, 350.

Driffield [co. York], 336, 342.

, prebend of York, 44.

, church of, 156.

Dringhoe, Drynghou [co. York], 154.

Drinkhale, John, 284.

, —, Edmund his brother, 284.

Drogheda, Droghda [co. Meath], mayor and bailiffs of, 269.

Droitwich, de Wychio [co. Worcester], 170.

Drokenesford, John de, bishop of Bath and Wells [1309-1329], 24, 88, 99, 109, 110, 116, 154, 268, 303, 317, 349, 350.

, Michael de, parson of Droxford, 26.

See Droxford.

Droury, Drouri, Hugh, 231.

, John, 321.

Droxford, Drokenesford [co. Southampton], church of, 26.

Drueys, Droys, John, 218, 309.

, Walter, 187.

Druyle, Raymund de, 307.

Drynghou. See Dringhoe.

Dublin, Divelin [co. Dublin], 282.

, Alexander archbishop of, 32, 247.

, —. See Bykenore, Alexander de.

, archbishopric of, 185.

, Bench, chief justice of. See Hambury, Henry de; Wilughby, Richard de.

, —, second justice of. See Birthorp, Roger, de.

, —, justices of. See Hambury, Henry de; Blound, Richard le; Bagod, Robert; Birthorp, Roger de.

, exchequer of, 203.

, —, chief baron of. See Herewynton, Adam de.

, —, second baron of. See Grauntsete, John de.

, —, barons of. See Fulburn, William de; Moenes, William de.

, —, chancellor of. See Herewynton, Adam de.

, —, remembrancer of. See Stransale, William de.

, —, seal of, 250.

, —, treasurer of. See Herwynton, Adam de; Islep, Walter de.

, —, treasurer and barons of, 164, 165, 295.

, —, treasurer and chamberlains of, 111, 164, 197.

, mayor and bailiffs of, 269.

, St. Patrick's, dean and chapter of, 247.

, —, prebend of. See Howth; Swords.

Duboneye, Ralph the elder, 72.

Dudde, John, 224.

See Dodde.

Dudden, Edmund de, 5.

Dudecote, Henry de, 44.

, —, Eva his wife, 44.

Dudelusford, William, son of Richard de, 348.

Dudemor, John de, 237.

Dudmanswike in Hope All Saints, Dodemanneswyk [co. Kent], 299.

Duffeld, Robert de, the king's confessor, 164, 316.

Duffield North, co. York, park of, 135.

Dufford, Hugh de, 352.

Duffoul, Douufoul, Ranulf, 160, 192.

Dukelington. See Doclinton.

Dulle, Alice, 201.

Dullingham, Dollyngham [co. Cambridge], 245.

Dulre [Aller, co. Dorset or Somerset], William, 232.

Dumbelton, Robert de, 169.

Dunbro, in Ireland, 250.

Dungarvan [co. Waterford], church of, 119, 199.

Dunge Marsh, Dengemareys, Dyngemarays, Ingemarays, co. Kent, 146, 210, 211.

Dunham, Robert de, warden of the hospital of St. James without Westminster, 21.

Dunheved, Nicholas, 253.

Dunhod, Philip, 329.

Dunkirk, Flanders, 87, 136, 143.

Dunmow, Donemawe [co. Essex], prior and convent of, 244.

, letters patent dated at, 157.

Dunmowe, Walter de, presented to Bardfield, 253.

Dunneslegh, Gilbert de, 38.

, See Dunsley.

Dunnyng. See Dounyng.

Dunsley, Dunneslegh [in Kinfare, co. Stafford]. 38.

, Dunsle [in Whitby, co. York], 268.

Dunstanburgh, co. Northumberland, port of, 311.

Dunstanvill, Walter de, 188.

Dunstaple [co. Bedford], 260.

See Donestapel.

Dunster, Dunsterre [co. Somerset], port of, 310.

Dunston [Dunston, co. Norfolk], Hugh de, 224.

Dunton Basset, Dunton, co. Leicester, 291.

Dunton, Donton, John, 176.

, William de, 5, 190.

Dunwich, co. Suffolk, 141.

, port of, 311.

. — See Donewyco.

Durandi, Raymond, seneschal of the Landes, 312.

Duraunt, Thomas, 81.

, —, Margaret his wife, 81.

, William, 349.

Durdaunt, George, 65.

Durefort, Arnold de, 98.

Durford [near Petersfield, co. Sussex], letters patent dated at, 6, 7, 118, 120, 122.

Durham, bishop of. See Bello Monte, Lewis de [1318-1333]; Bek, Anthony.

, diocese of, 49, 57, 126, 300.

, prior of, 92, 107.

Durleigh, Durleye, co. Somerset, 102.

Durnford, Durneford, Derneford, co. Wilts, 102.

Durnford Little, Derneford Little, co. Wilts, 102.

Great, Derneford Great, co. Wilts, 102.

Dusset, Peter, 326.

Dusshe, Compayns de la, 33.

Duston [co. Northampton], church of, 275.

Dutton [Dutton, co. Chester], Hugh de, 220, 225, 226, 293, 348.

, John de, 221.

Duvone, Peter de, abbot of Rewley, 42.

Duyt, Hervey, 294.

Dwale, Henry, 229.

Dybil, Robert, 263.

Dychenyng. See Ditchling.

Dyele. See Deal.

Dyffrynclwyd, Dyffrencloyt [co. Denbigh], land of, 97, 354.

Dyke, Dick [co. Norfolk], 240.

Dymmok, Dymok, John de, 30, 280.

Dyn, John, 224, 279, 290.

Dynebegh. See Denbigh.

Dynevor or Dinevor, Dynevoir in Wales [co. Carmarthen], corpus of the castle of, constable of. See Hakelut. Edmund de.

Dyngemarays. See Dunge Marsh.

Dynham, John de, 228, 285.

Dynmael. See Dinmael.

Dyny, Bernardinus, 132.

Dynyeton. See Dinieton.

Dysny, William, 140, 216, 222, 223.

Dytton. See Ditton.

Dyve, Henry, 223.

, John, 7, 166, 215, 308.

, William, 319.

Dyvelyn, Joan de, 104.

See Dublin.

Dyvene. See Devon.