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Name Index


Records of St. Nicholas' priory, Exeter

Trans. Devon. Assoc. vol. 44 (1912), illus. pp. 192-205.


Kate M. Clarke

Index prepared by Michael Steer

The Benedictine Priory of St Nicholas or just St Nicholas Priory was a Benedictine monastery founded at Exeter in 1087. At the dissolution of the monasteries the church and chapter house range were pulled down but the domestic buildings were left intact. Parts of the south and west ranges of the monastery survive with the south range now being a museum owned by Exeter City Council. Google with the Archive Organization has sponsored the digitisation of books from several libraries. The Internet Archive makes available, in its Community Texts Collection (originally known as Open Source Books), books that have been digitised by Google from a number of libraries. These are books on which copyright has expired, and are available free for educational and research use. The copy of this rare book is held at the Cornell University Library and is available from the Internet Archive.
Adobed, Rualdys 194
Alanus, Prior 197
Alured the cup-bearer 194
Anselm, Archbishop 193, 198
Aqua, Reimund de 195
Bailandus 194
Battle, Abbot of 197-8
Bernardus 195
Blackaller, John 204
Brantyngham, Bishop 199
Braunton, Master Waulter 199
Bukenam, William 204
Burgeyn, William 203
Cardigan Castle, Maurice, Constable of 195
Charles I 205
Clare, Gilbert de (Strongbow) 195
Cogan, Milo de 195
Cono 193
Cork, Gregory Bishop of 196
Cotton 192
Cullumpton, Prior William of 200, 202
Drokensford, John 198-9
Dugdale 192, 197
Durlying, Martin 200
Edward I 196
Edward VI 204
FitzStephen, Robert 195
Fonte, Peter de 200
Gay, Mr W A 205
George I 205
Gibbes, Thomas 203
Gregory VI, Pope 192
Gunterus 193
Hakewill, Mr 205
Hamlyn, Henry 203
Hamlyn, John 194
Harald of Exeter 193
Harold, King 192
Haydon, John 203
Henry I 193, 197
Henry II 195, 197
Henry V 197-8
Henry VI 198
Henry VIII 196, 203-4
Hoel, William 195
Hoker 198, 203, 205
Hurst, William 204-5
John, King 195-6
Ladubed, Railandus 194
Leofric, Bishop 193-4
Mallack, Mr 205
Mallett, Sergeant 205
Mandeville, Godefried de 194, 196
Marisco, Adam de 195
Marisco, Stephen de 195
Mershe, Prior William 199
Meryfield, Johanna 201
Meryfield, John 201
Midwynter, John 204
Moreton, Earl of 194
Neweton, Richard the elder 199
Neweton, Richard de 199
Noryce, Henry Esq 204
Olaf, Saint 192
Oliver, Dr 193, 196, 201-3
Osbern, Bishop 193-4
Paffin, Martin 200
Paganus 195
Peryam, John 204
Pole, Barronett 205
Pole, Sir John 205
Prestwood, Thomas 204-5
Reginaldus 194
Richard I 196
Roger the Prior 198
Sanders, Mr 205
Saunders, Mr 205
Stafford, Bishop 199, 203
St Nicholas, Prior of 198, 204
Strongbow (Gilbert de Clare) 195
Tanner, Dr 192-3
Veysey, Bishop 202
Walker, Mr 205
William I 192-3, 197
William II, Rufus 192
Wyliet, Master John 199
Willyams, Sir John Kt 204