General Index - E

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General Index - E

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Eagle, Eycle [co. Lincoln], 188.

Eaglescliffe, Eglesclif [co. Durham], church of, 19.

, Ekesclyf [co. Durham], church of, 49.

Eakring, Akeryng, co. Nottingham, 102.

Ealderomene. See Romney Old.

Earde. See Crayford.

Early, Erle, co. Berks, 184.

Earnley, co. Sussex. See Ernele.

Earnwood, Ernewode, co. Salop, 237.

Easington, Yesyngton, co. Northumberland, 303.

, Esyngdon [co. Oxford], church of, 158, 187.

Easter Good, Godichestre [co. Essex], prebend of St. Martin's le Grand, London, 199.

Easthorpe, Esthorp [co. Essex], 235.

Eastness, Estness [co. Essex], 294.

Easton, Eston, co. Southampton, 132.

[near Hacheston. co. Suffolk], 207.

Easton Royal, Eston [co. Wilts], church of, 129.

Eastwood, Estweyt [co. Nottingham], 181.

Eathwayte, co. York, 144.

Eaton by Headon, Eton by Hedon [co. Nottingham], 60.

Eaton Bray, Eyton, co. Bedford, 33.

Ebbesborne-Wake, Ebblesbornewake [co. Wilts], 173.

Ebesham. See Epsom.

Eboraco, Gilbert de, 94.

, —, presented to Raveningham, 124.

, Robert de, 22.

, Walter de, 141, 146.

, William de, 141.

Ebroys, Thomas, 192.

Eccles, John de, of Langham, 55.

Eccleshale, Peter de, 94, 129.

Echingham, Robert de, 290, 302, 310.

Eccleston, Eccleston in Leylondshire [co. Lancaster], 185.

Eccleshall, Eccleshale [co. Stafford], 153.

Echelhampton. See Etchilhampton.

Echingham, Echyngham, Robert de, 54, 82, 169, 170.

, William de, 26.

Edburton, Edburghton [co. Sussex], 181.

, St. Andrew's church, 181.

Ede, William, 7.

Edelygion, Edologon, Edelegon [or Eithafdylgion, commote in Gwentllwg in Morgannwg], land of, 334.

Edelmeton, Henry de, 265.

Edelyngton, Hugh de, 324.

, —, Agnes his wife, 324.

, —, Alexander his brother, 324.

[Edlington, co. Lincoln] John son of Simon de, 246.

Edenburgh. See Edinburgh.

Edenestowe, Henry de, 96, 106.

, —, parson of Flintham, 26.

Edeshale. See Cosford.

Edewalton. See Edwalton.

Edgeware, Eggeswere [co. Middlesex], 103.

Edibern, Simon de, of Dunstable, vicar of Southill, 260.

Edinburgh, Edenburgh [co. Edinburgh], Holyrood, Simon abbot of, elected to the church of Whithorn, 338.

Edingthorpe, Edithorp, co. Norfolk, 107.

Edlington, co. Lincoln. See Edelyngton.

Edmund son of Henry III, grant of, 245.

Edmund, earl of Cornwall (tempore Edw. I), 109.

Edmund de Wodestoke, earl of Kent, the king's brother, 1, 3, 27, 32, 84, 87, 91, 93, 190, 327.

Edwalton, Edewalton, co. Nottingham, 102.

Edward I, king of England, 14, 90, 107, 116, 124, 126, 151, 152, 158, 177, 254, 319, 337.

, aid for the marriage of his daughter, 279.

, Eleanor wife of, 281.

Edward II, king of England, attorney of. See Berlyng, John son of Stephen de.

, brother of. See Edmund.

, butler of. See Folsham, Benedict de.

, chamber of, clerk of, 4.

, —, usher of, 279.

, confessor of, Robert, 316.

, —, See Duffeld, Robert de.

, daughters of, 88.

, —, in Marlborough castle, 157.

, —, Eleanor daughter of, 103.

, —, Joan daughter of, 104.

, doctor of. See Controne, Master Pancius de.

, hall of, 95.

, houses of, 84, 88.

, household of, larcenies by, 59.

, —, marshals of, 69.

, —, verge of, 69.

, —, steward and marshal of, 86.

, manors of wasted, 225-6, 231, 233.

, ministers of, extortions by, 237, 348.

, minority of, 83.

, parks of, North of Trent, keeper of. See Scrop, Henry le.

, passage of beyond seas ordered, 65.

, ships of. See Ships.

, stud of, 155.

, —, keeper of. See Radmere, John de.

, trespasses against the king's stonemasons at Westminster Palace, 71.

Edward [III], earl of Chester, the king's son, 4, 13, 23, 32, 86, 122, 168, 170, 171, 225, 325, 336, 341, 344.

, espousals of, 104.

, guardian of the realm, 337, 338, 341.

, —, powers of, 171.

, made duke of Aquitaine, 173.

, made count of Ponthieu and Montreuil, 173.

, steward of. See Claroun, John de.

, treasurer of. See Cusancia, William de.

, wardrobe of, and of Queen Isabel, 338, 339.

Edward, John, 146.

, Thomas, 209.

, William, 213.

, William son of John, of Aldborough, 93.

Edwardeston, William de, 201.

Edwardstone, Edwardeston [co. Suffolk], 201.

Edyngdon, William de, parson of Dallington, exchanged for Middleton, 248.

Egebaston, Eggebaston, Richard de, 9, 66, 225.

Egeham. See Egham.

Eggebaston. See Egebaston.

Eggefeld, Thomas de, parson of Thursford, 45, 100, 192.

Eggemere, John de, 31.

Eggerton, Ekerdon, co. Dorset, hundred of, 147.

Eggeswere. See Edgeware.

Eggeton. See Egton.

Egham, Egeham [co. Surrey], 53.

Eglesclif, John de, late bishop of Connor, bishop of Llandaff [1324 to 2 Jan., 1347], 11.

Eglesclif. See Eaglescliffe.

Eglesfeld, Robert de, 117.

Egremont, Egremound, 329.

Egton, Eggeton [co. York], 242, 243, 267, 279.

Eilrich, Roger, 51.

, —, Agnes his wife, 51.

Ekerdon. See Eggerton.

Ekesbiri. See Exbury.

Ekesclyf. See Eaglescliffe.

Eketon, Peter de, 169, 170.

Ekkedale, Robert de, 307.

Eland [co. York], John de, 217, 348.

Elder, John, 245.

Ele, John de, 326.

Eleis. See Elis.

Elfael, Elvayl, Elveyl [co. Monmouth], land of, 64, 97, 326.

, —, lord of. See Zousch, William la.

Elham, Henry de, 211.

, Stephen de, 210.

Elilond, William, 140.

Elis, Eleis, Elys, John, 208, 209.

, Robert, 140.

, —, Robert son of, 8.

, Robert fitz, 29.

, Simon, 210.

, Thomas, 210.

Elkesleye. See Elksley.

Elksley, Elkesleye [co. Nottingham], church of, 249, 288.

Ella, Kirk, Elvele [co. York], 101.

, church of, 101, 169.

Ellel, Ellale [co. Lancaster], 183.

Ellenborough, co. Cumberland. See Alenbrig.

Ellerington [co. Northumberland], William de, 289.

Ellerker, co. York, 348.

Ellerker, John de, the elder, 135, 348.

, —, the younger, 91.

, John de, 159, 227, 289, 293.

Ellesfeld, Richard de, dean of St. Martins le Grand, 342.

Ellingham, Elyngham, co. Norfolk, 156.

Ellingthorpe, Ethelingthorp [co. York], 296.

Ellyngham, Walter son of Ralph de, 258.

, —, Alice his wife, 258.

See Ellingham.

Elmdon, Elmedon [co. Essex], 199.

Elmere [Elmer, co. Sussex], Martin de, 348.

Elmham, South [co. Suffolk], letters patent dated at, 203, 205, 207, 212, 214, 237.

, St. Margarets, church of, 301.

Elmham, Henry de, presented to Rishangles, 29.

, Laurence de, 116.

Elmley-Lovet, Elmeleye Lovet [co. Worcester], church of, 167.

Elphin, Ireland, Master John de Roscoman, canon of, afterwards bishop of, 344.

Elsefeld, Alan de, 343.

Elsfield, Elsefeld [co. Oxford], 193.

Elston, Eyliston [co. Nottingham], 182, 196.

Elstow, Elnestowe, co. Bedford, 83.

, abbey of, 206.

Eltham [co. Kent], 323.

, letters patent dated at, 126, 127, 131, 132, 133, 134, 144, 146, 276.

Elvayl. See Elfael.

Elvele. See Ella, Kirk.

Elveyl. See Elfael.

Ely, co. Cambridge, 11, 72.

, archdeacon of. See Testa, William de.

, bishop of. See Hothum, John de, 13161337.

, diocese of, 86, 273.

, common bell of, 351.

, manor of, 350.

, prior of, 45.

, —, William his 'bakester,' 350.

Ely, John de, the younger.

, Richard de, 19.

, Robert de, 147, 150.

, Walter de, 146.

Elyngham. See Ellingham.

Elys. See Elis.

Em, John le, 48.

Emberton, co. Bucks, 292.

Embleton, Emeldon [co. Northumberland], church of, 300.

Emeldon, Richard de, 184, 287, 289.

, Roger de, 166.

, See Embleton.

Emley, Emeleye [co. York], 80.

Emly, co. Tipperary. See Imlaco.

Enbroun, Gervanus, 131.

Enfeld, Enefeld, John de, 10, 73, 95, 148, 194, 229, 286.

Engayne, John, of Stowe, 283.

, the lady, her carter John, 349.

Englefield or Tegengl, Englefeld, Engelfeld [co. Flint], county of, 354.

Engleys, Lengleys, Englis, John le, of Wyram, 238.

, Richard le, 319.

, William, 161.

Engolisma. See Ingolisma.

Enmore, Cheppedenemere [co. Somerset], 310.

Epperstone, Epirstun [co. Nottingham], 189.

Epsom, Evesham [co. Surrey], 53.

Ercalewe, Ercalowe, William de, 231, 294.

Ercall, Erkalou [co. Salop], 284.

Erdington, John de, 302.

Erethe. See Erith.

Erewell. See Orwell.

Erith, Erethe, Herehith [co. Kent], 208.

Erkalou. See Ercall.

Erkynson, Robert son of Thomas, of West Bretton, 329.

Erle, Henry, 140.

, John de, 184, 275.

, Robert le, 139.

, See Early.

Ermeniaco. See Ayrmenak.

Ernelegh, Ernele [Earnley, co. Sussex], John de, 348.

, Richard son of John, 235.

Ernewode. See Earnwood.

Erniscombe. See Yarnscombe.

Erpingham, Erpyngham [co. Norfork], Ralph, parson of, 71.

Erpyngham, John de, 201.

, Robert de, 218, 219, 311, 315.

Eryum, Master Richard de, 160.

, —, canon of York, professor of both laws, 1.

Escheators of districts. See Bilkemore, Robert de; Blomville, John de; Bolingbroke, John de; Broun, Matthew; Everard, John; Grimmesby, Simonde; Hampton, John de; Wayte, Richard de; Weston, William de.

Escheator North of Trent, late. See Burgh, Thomas de.

South of Trent, late. See Clare, Richard de.

Escrik, Thomas de, parson of Downton, 187.

Eseber, co. Lincoln, 103.

Eseden, Robert de, 272.

Esseby, John de, 128.

See Ashby.

Essendine ? Esynden [co. Rutland], 60.

, Essingden, co. Rutland, 313.

See Esyngden.

Essendon, co. Herts. See Esyngden.

Essex, 13, 37, 77, 194, 205.

, earl of. See Bohun, Humphrey de.

, sometime earl of. See Peter, Geoffrey son of.

, forest of, 114, 154, 325, 327.

Essex and Hertford, sheriff of. See Pereres, Richard de.

Essex, Matthew de, 321.

, —, Roesia wife of, 321.

, Roger de, 72, 258.

, —, Alice his wife, 258.

Esshton, William de, 204.

Essingden. See Essendine.

Estbedewynde. See Bedwin, Little.

Estchirton. See Chirton, East.

Estcodeford. See Codford.

Estden, Robert de, 66, 225, 226, 235, 288, 293, 353.

Estderby. See Derby, East.

Estderham. See Dereham, East.

Estenore, Estnore, William de, parson of Orcheston St. George, 30, 191.

Estdouelys. See Dewlish.

Esthamme. See Ham, East.

Esthanyngfeld. See Hanningfield, East.

Esthesshecoumbe. See Ashcombe.

Esthorp. See Easthorpe.

Estkyngeston. See Kingston, East.

Estlangedon. See Langdon, East.

Estmarkham. See Markham, East.

Estmereseye. See Mersea, East.

Estmond, Henry, 311.

Estness. See Eastness.

Estnore. See Estenore.

Eston, Geoffrey de, 191.

, John de, parson of Burghton, 26.

, —, parson of Seaton, 45, 192.

, —, controller of the king's mine of Byrland, 185.

, —, controller of the mine of Combe Martin, 199.

[Easton, co. Norfolk], Thomas de, 224.

, William de, vicar of Potterne, 311.

See Easton Royal.

Estowe, Philip de, 242.

Estreats, 128.

Esttuderle. See Tytherby, East.

Estwalton. See Walton, East.

Estwarham. See Warham All Saints.

Estwell, Thomas de, 209.

Estweyt. See Eastwood.

Estynton, Edward de, 160.

Esyngden [Essendon, co. Hertford or Essendine, co. Rutland], Thomas de Castro Goderici, parson of, 34.

Esyngdon. See Easington.

Esyngton, Peter de, 263.

Etchilhampton, Echelhampton, co. Wilts, 102.

Ethelingthorp. See Ellingthorpe.

Eton, Etone [co. Buckingham], 214, 230.

Eton, Nicholas de, the younger, 127.

Eton by Hedon. See Eaton by Headon.

Etton [co. Northampton ?], church of, 97.

Eulenewyk, Philip de, 37.

Everard, Edmund son of Edmund, 266.

, John son of Edmund, 266.

, —, Alice his wife, 266.

, John, escheator in the counties of Cornwall, Devon, Somerset, and Dorset, 94, 99, 109, 113, 152, 196, 201, 213.

, Stephen, 209.

Everdon, William de, prebendary of St. Martin's, Lincoln, 34, 106.

, —, chaplain of East Tilbury, 90.

Everingham, Everyngham [co. York], 253, 259.

Eversley, Evereslegh [co. Southampton], forestership of, 42.

Eversolt [Eversholt, co. Bedford], John de, 351.

Everwyk. See York.

Everyngham, Adam de, 251.

See Everingham.

Evesham [co. Worcester], 148, 157, 258, 305.

, abbot and convent of, 88, 256, 266, 305.

, abbot of, 157.

, William, abbot of, 258.

Evesham, John de, presented to Wootton Wawen, 255.

, —, warden of the hospital of St. Mary Magdalen by Preston in Amounderness, revoked, 337.

, Reginald de, 129.

, —, presented to Debden, 147, 148.

, —, parson of Debden, presented to Kislingbury, 183.

, Thomas de, 50, 84, 129, 169, 255, 275, 295.

, —, prebendary of Norton, 319.

Evot, William, 349.

Evre, John de, 254.

Ewe, Roger de, 176.

Ewell, Ewelle [co. Surrey ?], 15.

Ewer. See Lewer.

Ewerby Thorpe ? Ousthorpe, co. Lincoln, 103.

Ewhurst, Yhurst [co. Southampton], church of, 6.

Ewithington, Ewythyngton [co. Hereford], prebend of Hereford, 112.

Ewyas [co. Hereford], land of, 64, 66.

Ewyas Harald [co. Hereford], lord of. See Tregoz, John.

Ewythyngton. See Ewithington.

Exbury, Ekesbiri, co. Southampton, 287.

Excestre. See Exeter.

Exchequer, the, 145, 279.

, barons of. See Redeswell, Master John de.

, chamberlain of. See Waryn, John; Maldon, Master William de.

, chancellor of. See Ayleston, Master Robert de.

, estreats for the, 215.

, remembrancer of the. See Broclesby, William de.

, Seal of, 134.

, treasurer of, 4, 109, 117, 130, 185.

, —, bill of, 20, 71.

, —. See Beler, Roger; Melton, William de; Norwico, Walter de; Stapeldon, Walter de.

, —, deputy. See Winchester, John, bishop of.

, treasurer and barons of, 46, 109, 200, 250, 272, 274, 299, 313.

Exeter, Excestre [co. Devon], 10.

, bishop of. See Stapeldon, Walter de [1308-1326]; Berkeley, James de [Jan. 1327-June 1327].

, diocese of, 256, 314, 338, 341.

, castle of, 244.

, gaol of, 120.

, mayor and bailiffs of, 269, 327.

, port of, 310.

, St. John the Baptist within the east gate of, hospital of, master and brethren of, 257, 276.

, St. Peter's, prebendaries of. See Astle, Thomas de; Bruton, Master John de; Campo Arnulfi, Master Reginald de.

, —, dean and chapter of 340, 342.

, —, dean of, 340.

Exning, Ixnyng, co. Suffolk, 137, 242.

, letters patent dated at, 241, 283.

Exonia, Thomas de, 131.

Exston. See Exton.

Extildesham. See Hexham.

Exton, Exston, co. Rutland, 117, 292.

, church of, 301.

, [co. Southampton or Rutland], Robert de Kelleseye, parson of, 20.

Eyam, Eyghum, co. Derby, 113.

Eycle. See Eagle.

Eye [co. Suffolk], 155.

, honor of, 203, 297.

, priory of, 99.

, prior and convent of, 212.

Eyghum. See Eyam.

Eylbrigge, co. Northampton, 329.

Eylesford. See Aylesford.

Eyliston. See Elston.

Eyncourt, Deyncourt, Dayncourt, Edmund de, 80, 224, 234, 289.

Oliver, canon of Lincoln, 101.

, Master Oliver de, prebendary of St. Martin's, Lincoln, 106.

, Roger, 217.

, William, 254.

, —, Millicent his daughter, 254.

Eynesbury [co. Huntingdon], church of, 253.

Eyno. See Aynho.

Eynon, Meredith ap, 326.

Eyr, Eyre, Stephen le, presented to Nansfonten (Petherick), 341.

, William le, presented to Penros, 103, 155.

Eyston, John de, 275.

Eyton, Master Geoffrey de, 2, 34, 35.

, —, prebendary of Brounswood, 114.

Eyton. See Eaton Bray.

Eyvill, Deyvill, John, of Owston, 76.

, Thomas de, 68, 135, 138, 204, 205, 229, 230, 231, 232, 288, 291, 293, 348, 350.

, —, keeper of the castle of Pontefract, 61.

Eyworth, co. Bedford, 313.