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Fraunceys, Rob. de Insula, Ralph
de Knoville, Miles de LHlingston,
John de Luca, Hugh de Metheley
Henry de Mileford, John de Nor-
folk, Ralph de Ponthop, Walter de
Revestiario, Mr. J. of Ripon,
Thos. le Seneschal, Rob. de
Sexdecimvallibus, Will. Skirlock,
WUl. de Somerdeby, Ric. de
Taunton, Nicholas de Widmarpol ;
official, 232; sacrist, 60; — see
Thos. of Corbridge, Percival of

churches: — All Saints, 322;

Holy Trinity, Gotheromgate, 250,
320; Holy Trinity, King's Court,
321; St. Crux, 72; St. Helen,
John, clerk of, 332; rector, dom.
Joh., 325; St. Lawrence, Walm-
gate, 217; St. Martin, Nicholas
clerk of, 321 w; St. Mary, Ran-
dulph of, 32in; St. Mary, Castle-
gate, 320; St. Michael-le-Belfrey,
322; St. Saviour-in-the-Marsh,
-, court, commissary general-

see John de Berewyke, Will, de
Wirkessale; official — see archb.'s
official; deanery, xli, 212, 297,
301, 304, 314- .

, minster, xxxiv, xxxv; fabric,

27; altar of St. Andrew, iii, iiin;
new chapter house, xxxiv, 23;
nave, 305; north transept, vii;
St. William's tomb, iii,; chapel
-, prebends, division of, 27, 28,

306; — see Ampleforth, Apesthorpe
Bilton, Bugthorpe, Buttevant,
South Cave, Cottam, Dunnington,
Fenton, Fridaythorpe, Givendale,
Grindale, Holme, Husthwaite,
Knaresborough, Landeford, Lang-

toft, Masham, North Newbald,
South Newbald, Riccall, Strensall,
Thockerington, UUeskelf, Wart-
hill, Weighton, Wistow.

- — , religious houses and hos-
pitals : — St. Leonard's, vii;
master — see Geoffrey of Asphale,
Walter of Langton; St. Mary's,
abbot, xiii, 137, 270; abbot
Thomas, vn; abbot and convent,
viin, 18, 173, 206, 269, 327.

, streets : — Barkaregate, Blake

Street, Bleykestret, Bootham,
Buthum, iv ; Goodramgate, Guth-
erumgate, iiin, ivn, vi, viii, xxxi;z;
North Strete, John son of Henry
le Tannur in, 69; Stayngate,
John the clerk of, 321 w; Walm-
gate, iv; synod, 279, 283; trea-
surership, xvi, 47.

, administrator, T., 231.

, archbishops : — Will. Bothe,

xlvii; Walter Giffard, xix, xxxix,
57, 84W, 162; Walter de Gray,
118, 123, 124, 243; Will, of
Greenfield, 3o6w; Godfrey de
Ludham, 162, 49; Will, de Melton,
xxxixw; John Thoresby, xxxi;
Thurstin, 228; Will. Wickwane,
X, xiii, xiv, xix, xxxix, xlvi, 39,
45, 49, 78, 837?, 154, 1622, 308;—
see also Thomas of Corbridge,
John le Romeyn.

, archbishop's officials : — chan-
cellor — see Rob. of Sleaford;
clerks — see Rob. de Byham,
Henry de Colingham, Rob. of
Laneham, Rob. de Levesham,
Will, of Nottingham, Rob. of
Pickering, John Russell, Rob. of
Sleaford (de la Ford), Lam-
bert de Trikingham, Will, de
Wrelton; official, 40, 70^, 106,
126, 133, 2412, 290; Mr. H., 205;
— see also Thos. of Adderbury,
John de Craucumbe, Rob. de
Lascy, Hugh of Menithorpe, Rob.
of Pickering ; his commissary, 62 ;
penitancer, 271; receiver, Mr. H.,
205 ; — see also Simon of Barnby,
Thos. de Castroforti, Rob. de
Nassington, Rob. of Tealby ;
seneschal — see Ric. de Bamfeld,
John de Cave, John de I^ithe-
greins, Hugh de Louther, Gilbert
de Thorneton, Lambert de
Trikingham; sequestrator — see
Rob. de Nassington ; vicar general
— see John de Craucumbe.



, archdeacon, 131 — see Godfrey

Giffard, Walter of Gloucester,
Will, of Hambleton, Lawrence of
Lincoln: archdeacon's official, 51.

, canons • — Bernard, Erard,

Godard, Maurice, viii«: — also
Thos. of Adderbury, Boniface of
Aosta, Rob. de Arenis, Theobald
de Bar, John de Berewyke, Thos.
de Bitton, Guy de Boys, Rob.
Burnel, Bogo de Clare, Ric. de
Clifford, Giovanni Colonna, Thos.
of Corbridge, Will, de la Corner,
John de Craucumbe, John de
Drokenesford, Nich. de Ewelme,
John Francis, Francesco Gaetani,
Simon of Ghent, John le Gras,
Will, de Grenefeld, Thos. de
Hedon, Jas, de Hispania, John of
Husthwaite, Ralph de Ivingho,
John of Langton, Walter of Lang-
ton, Andrew de Languisel, Ber-
nard de Languisel, cardinal bishop
of Porto, Rob. de Lascy, Percival
of Lavagna, Thos. of Louth,
Roger Marmyon, Stephen de
Mauley, Hugh de Menithorpe,
Henry of Newark, Matteo Rubeo
Orsini, Neapoleone Orsini, Adam
de Osgodeby, Will, de Percy, Rob.
of Pickering, Will, of Pickering,
Thos. Pykalott, Rob. of Rippling-
ham, John le Romeyn senior,
archb. John le Romeyn,
Amadeus de St. John, Boniface
de Saluciis, Hugh Sampson,
Pandolfo Savelli, Pietro Savelli,
Aymo of Savoy, Will. Segyn, Rob.
of Slealord (de la Ford), Stephen
of Sutton, John de Warenne,
Philip of Willoughby, Gerard de

— , chancellor, 63; — see John
Blund, Rob. of Ripplingham,
Rob. of Scarborough, Thos. of
Wakefield, Will. Wickwane.

— , chapter, 1-3 1, 17, 208-221, 213,
241 «, 250; commissary and
official — see John de Nassington;
register, 318-332.

— , dean, Roger, viiiw; Will, de
Sancta Barbara, 231; — see also
Will, of Hambleton, Will, of Kirk-
ham, Will, of Langton, Henry of
Newark, Will, de Rotherfeld,
Rob. of Scarborough; dean and
chapter, iii, 18, 19.

— , dean of the Christianity, 69,
70, 250, 254, 262, 320; — see also
Simon of Barnby, Will, of Kirton.
precentor, Geoffrey, viiiw ; —

see also Simon de Evesham, Peter
de Ros; subdean — see Will, of
Blyth, John le Romeyn senior,
Simon of St. Giles, Thos. de Wake-
feld; subtreasurer — see Will, de
Craven; succentor, viii, ix; — see
also Roger de Mar, Thos. de
Munkegate; treasurer, 106, 107;
William, viiiw; — see also Theobald
de Bar, Bogo de Clare, Giovanni
Colonna, Rob. Haget, John Man-
sel, John le Romeyn senior;
vicars choral, ivn, ix, xxxiw;
Elias, Jeremy; — see also Thomas
the baker, Adam de Vestibulo;
vicechancellor, viii.

, apothecary — see Nich. de

-, Edward of, 321 ; Will, of, 263 ;

Will, of — see rector of Headon.
Yorkshire, county courts, 250, 260;
escheator; sheriff. 265; — see
John de Lithegreins.




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