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Calendar of Patent Rolls, Edward II: Volume 5, 1324-1327. Originally published by His Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1904.

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Oakham, Okham, co. Rutland, 292.

Oakley Church, Churcheokle [co. Southampton], church of, 297.

Obenthlyn, David Map Tuder, 330.

, Kenewrek ap David, 330.

Ochyngoure, William de, 334.

Ockham, Okham [co. Surrey], church of, 169, 273.

Ocle, Okle [Oakley, co. Bedford], John de, the elder, 235.

, —, the younger, 235.

, Stephen de, 249.

, William de, 249, 312.

Oddingley, Odyngleye [co. Worcester], chapel of, 333.

Oddy, Doffus, de Luca, 203.

Ode, Oede, Ralph, 135, 137, 146.

Odyngleye. See Oddingley.

Odynnan, William de, abbot of Molana Island, 155.

Offele, Richard de, 200.

Offord, Henry de, 319.

Offord Cluny [co. Huntingdon], church of, 273.

Ogbourne [co. Wilts], letters patent dated at, 270.

Ogbourne, St. George, Okeburn [co. Wilts], priory of, 113.

, Great Okebourne [co. Wilts], vicarage of, 213.

Ok, Richard atte, 329.

Okeburn. See Ogbourne, St. George.

Okebourne, Great. See Ogbourne, St. George.

Okeford, Child, Childacford [co. Dorset], 277.

Okeford Shilling, Okeford Skellyng [co. Dorset], church of, 257, 265.

Okes, John de, prior of the hospital of St. Bartholomew's, Gloucester, 318, 323.

Okford, William de, 288.

Okham, Nicholas de, 211.

, Simon de, 257.

See Oakham; Ockham.

Okle. See Ocle.

Okovere, Roger de, 180.

Okslade, Richard atte, 65.

Okynchale, Richard de, presented to Taynton, 176.

Old, Wold [co. Northampton], 331.

Old Cotes [in Blyth], Oulecotes, co. Nottingham, 102.

Oldbury or Albury, Aldebury, co. Gloucester, 102.

Oldehalle, Thomas atte, 187.

Oldehebrigge on the confines of Lincoln and Nottingham, 70.

Oldham, Silvester de, 331.

Oldynton, Icok de, 350.

, Richard de, 350.

Oliver, Henry, 235.

, John, of Great Stanway, 41.

, —, Agnes his wife, 41.

Peter, parson of Navenby, 60.

, William, 155.

Oliverii, Peter, 245.

Ollerton, Allerton, co. Nottingham, 102.

, Wapentake of, 102.

Olney, Olneye, co. Buckingham, 291.

Olneye, Olnye, John de, 79, 119, 146, 236.

Olnye. See Olneye.

Ombersley, Ombresleye [co. Worcester], 258.

, church of, 256.

Ongar, Aungre [co. Essex], castle of, 199.

Ongar High, High Aungre [co. Essex], church of, 205.

Orange, Aurisacensis, Auracisensis [Vaucluse, France], Hugh, bishop of, papal nuncio, 47, 50, 113, 269, 273.

Orcheston, co. Wilts, 102.

Orcheston St. George, Saint George, Orcheton [co. Wilts], William de Estenore, parson of the church of, 30, 191.

Ordemere, John, 209.

Ordieles. See Castro de Urdiales.

Ordsall ? Oureslade [co. Lancaster], 215.

Oreford. See Orford.

Orewell. See Orwell.

Orfold in Wisborough, Ourefold [co. Sussex], letters patent dated at, 21, 27.

Orford, Oreford, co. Suffolk, 141.

, co. Essex, port of, 311.

Orfordness, Orfordnesse [co. Suffolk], 316.

Orfreiser, John, abbot of Faversham, 178.

Orgerys, Orgericiis, Peter de, 194.

Orleton, Adam de, bishop of Hereford [1317-1327], 116, 132, 151, [319], 337.

, John de, 62.

, —, Isabel Rugge wife of, 62.

Ormesby, John de, 101, 119, 191, 293.

Ormesheved. See Ormside.

Ormside or Ormshead, Ormesheved [co. Westmorland], church of, 307.

Orreby, Philip de, 347.

, —, Florence wife of, 347.

Orsett, Orsete [co. Essex], 163.

Orston, co. Nottingham, 290.

[Orum,] Dorum, Gerard, 123.

Orwell, Erewell, Arewell, co. Suffolk, 141, 283, 290, 315, 316.

port of, 311.

Osbaldwick, Osbaldwyk [co. York], prebend of York. 43.

Oseney. See Osney.

Osevill, Hugh de, parson of High Ongar exchanged for Whitchurch, 205.

Oseworth [Usworth, co Durham], John de, 289.

Osgodby, Osgoteby [co. Lincoln], 231.

Osgodby, William de, parson of Haversham, 94.

Osney, North, Oseneye North [co. Oxford], 83.

, abbot of, 306.

Ospring, Ospreng [co. Kent], hospital of, master of, 160, 165.

Ospring, David, 72.

Ossingbrugg, Helming de, 89.

Ost', John, 326.

Oteby, Roger de, presented to the vicarage of Darlington, 148.

Oterwode. See New Forest.

Otewy, William de, 323.

. —, Margery his wife, 323.

Otford, Otteford [co. Kent], 296.

letters patent dated at, 269, 272, 273, 274.

Otham, Otteham [co. Kent], 153.

, church of, 153, 296, 341.

Otryngham, Laurence de, 130.

, —, Agnes his wife, 130.

Otteham. See Otham.

Oulecotes. See Old Cotes.

Ouneby. See Owmby.

Oure [Over, co. Chester ?], Thomas de Garton, parson of, 60.

See Ower.

Ourefold. See Orfold.

Oureslade. See Ordsall.

Ouse, Use, 70, 75, 136, 144.

Oustewyk. See Owstwick.

Ousthorpe. See Ewerby Thorpe.

Ouston. See Owston.

Ouuedale. See Uvedale.

Ovedale. See Uvedale.

Over, Overe [co. Cambridge], church of, 343.

[co. Chester ?], church of, 60.

Overstaweye. See Stowey, Over.

Overton [co. Flint], 225, 226, 293.

, forest of, 225, 226, 293.

, hundreds and commotes of, 348.

Overton Market, co. Rutland, 291.

Overton Quatremars [co. Leicester], church of, 249.

Oving, Ovynge, co. Sussex, 117, 353.

Ovingdean ? Houndeden, co. Sussex, 271.

Ovingham, Ovyngeham [co. Northumberland], church of, 295.

Ovynge. See Oving.

Ovyngeham. See Ovingeham.

Owen ap Maddok, 334.

Ower, Oure [co. Southampton], 281.

Oweyn, Henry, Agatha daughter of, 277.

Owmby, Ouneby, co. Lincoln, 103.

Owsthorpe, Ulvesthorpe, co. York, 144.

Owston, Austan [co. Lincoln], John Deyvill of. See Eyville.

, Ouston [co. York], church of, 264.

Owstwick, Oustewyk in Holdernesse, co. York, 302.

Oxendon, John de, 91.

, Richard, 224.

Oxenford. See Oxonia.

Oxford, Oxneford, co. Oxford, 11, 63, 83, 89, 114, 277.

, archdeacon of. See St. Lucy in Silice, Gaillard, cardinal deacon of.

, gaol, 182.

, hundred without the North gate of, 114.

, mayor of. See Doclinton, John de.

, mayor and bailiffs of, 199, 327.

, mayor, bailiffs and good men of, 324.

, merchants' seal in, 109.

, murage for, 324.

, —, accounts of, 223.

, St. Bartholomew's by, hospital of, 225.

, —, Robert de Sutton master of, 225.

, —, warden of. See Brom, Adam de.

, St. Frideswide's, prior and convent of, 193.

, —, Robert prior of, 225.

, St. John without the East gate, hospital of, master of, 249.

, St. Mary's parish, 63.

Oxford University, 63.

, student of, 37.

, St. Mary's house (Oriel), foundation of, 63.

, —, rector and scholars of, 127.

, Stapleton Hall, house of Stapeldon, rector and scholars of, 277.

Oxford, county of, 6, 124, 176, 182.

Oxhird, William le, of Keisby, 231.

Oxneford. See Oxford; Oxonia.

Oxneye, William de, 60.

Oxonia, Oxenford, Oxneford, John de, 201, 288.

, Nicholas de, 16, 169.

, —, presented to Marsh Gibbon, 341.

Oyller, Richard, 142.

Oylly, Doylly, Richard, 84.

Oyselour, John le, 18.