Fasti Ecclesiae Anglicanae 1066-1300: Volume 1, St. Paul's, London. Originally published by Institute of Historical Research, London, 1968.
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PREBENDARIES OF CADDINGTON MAJOR
First preb. in cats., 'Askyllus'. Prob. to be identified with 'Anschyldus', who occ. as can. 1103/4 (WD 4 fo. 40/44r-v, pd. in Rep. p. 65a), and with 'Anschillus', who occ. as can. and pr. 1104/5 (WD 4 fo. 19/23r-v, pd. in Rep. p. 61b).
Occ. in cats. between Askyllus and Richard [de Belmeis II], 'Rogerus archid. filius Roberti archid.' (Cat. I), 'Rogerus filius Roberti arch'' (Cat. II). Does not occ. as can., but archdcn. of Middlesex by c. 1108, to some time before Jan. 1127.
Occ. in cats. between Roger son of Robert and Alexander de Saccavilla, 'Ricardus nepos episcopi frater Ricardi' (Cat. I), 'Ricardus nepos episcopi' (Cat. II). Presum. to be identified with Richard de Belmeis II, nephew of Richard de Belmeis I, bp. of London (1108-27), and brother of Richard Ruffus I, archdcn. of Essex and preb. of Holbourn. Occ. as can. 1138 (Diceto 1 250). Also archdcn. of Middlesex, before Jan. 1127, and again from 1138 to Sept. 1152. Bp. of London, el. and cons. Sept. 1152.
Alexander de Saccavilla (fn. 1)
Occ. in cats. between Richard [de Belmeis II] and Ralph de Alta Ripa, 'Alexander de Saccavil [Sacavil, Cat. II]'. First occ. as Alexander the can. 29 Sept. 1155 (Hale p. 134), and occ. as can. with full name 26 May 1162 (Gibbs no. 217). Last occ. [c. 1170 × c. 1180] (A/4/224, cal. in Rep. pp. 5b-6a). (fn. 2) Occ. this preb. [March 1163 × c. 1180] (Gibbs no. 78). (fn. 3)
M. Ralph de Alta Ripa (fn. 4)
Occ. in cats. between Alexander de Saccavilla and Alard [de Burnham], 'Radulfus de Alta Ripa'. First occ., presum. as can., 2 Dec. 1178 (G.F.L. no. 410), and [1176 × 80] (G.F.L. no. 358). Also mag. schol. by June 1180 (above p. 26); archdcn. of Colchester from before Sept. 1186, to d. after July 1190.
M. Alard [de Burnham] (fn. 5)
Occ. in cats. between Ralph de Alta Ripa and Robert de Sancte Marie Ecclesia, 'Alardus archidiaconus'. First occ. as can. [c. Jan. 1190 × Dec. 1192] (Cart. Colec. 1 88; Cart. Colne no. 104; Hist. MSS. Comm., Rep. Var. Coll. VII 29). (fn. 6) Occ. c. 1192 (D.S.R. I). Occ. this preb. [1196 × 98] (Gibbs no. 105). Also archdcn. of London by Dec. 1196; became dean between June 1199 and May 1201. Prob. transf. to preb. of Totenhall on becoming dean.
Occ. in cats. between Alard [de Burnham] and Simon of Wells, 'Robertus de Sancte Marie Ecclesia'. Not otherwise known. Presum. not to be identified with Robert de Sancte Marie Ecclesia, a layman, who occ. with king Henry II, 1158 and 1161 (Eyton, Itin. Hen. II pp. 34, 53). Perhaps related to William of Ste.-Mère-Eglise, preb. of Ealdstreet, and bp. of London (1199-1221) (above p. 2), and Peter of Ste.-MèreEglise, who was treas. from before May 1212 to d. in Apr. 1227 or Apr. 1228 (above p. 21).
Occ. in cats. between Simon of Wells and Theobald [de Valognes], 'Ricardus de Hegham [Heygham, Cat. II] archidiaconus Essex'. Does not occ. as can., but archdcn. of Essex by March 1204, to 1215/16 or later.
Occ. in cats. between Richard de Hegham and Philip de Fauconberg, 'Theobaldus'. Presum. to be identified with Theobald de Valognes, archdcn. of Essex by Apr. 1221, to June 1225 or later, who is the only other Theobald in chapter of St. Paul's at this time, for whom otherwise no preb. can be found.
Occ. in cats. between Theobald [de Valognes] and Ranulph Brito, 'Philippus de Faucunberg [Faukberge, Cat. II]'. Presum. transf. from preb. of Mora between June 1225 and Oct. 1228. Occ. as can. after Apr. 1227 (WD 1 fo. 37b). (fn. 7) Last occ., presum. still can., 15 Oct. 1227 (Rot. Litt. Claus. 11 203a). Still alive, occ. as archdcn. of Huntingdon 7 Nov. 1228 (C.C.R. 1227-31 p. 122). D. or res. as archdcn. of Huntingdon by 7 Dec. 1228 (C.P.R. 1225-32 p. 231). Commem. 2 Dec. (Obits. II fo. 110r, III fo. 96r, IV pp. 73, 103).
Occ. in cats. between Philip de Fauconberg and Thomas de Anesty, 'Ranulfus Brito'. Royal gr. of preb. in succession to Philip de Fauconberg, 7 Dec. 1228 (C.P.R. 1225-32 p. 231). D. as can. between 29 Sept. and 8 Dec. 1246 (Ann. Dunstable, Ann. Mon. 111 171; Chron. Maj. iv 588; cf. C.P.R. 1232-47 p. 494).
Occ. in cats. between Ranulph Brito and Philip Lovel, 'Thomas de Anesty [Anesti, Cat. II] archidiaconus Dunelm. [Cat. II omits Dunelm.]'. First certain occ. as can. 9 Dec. 1250 (B.M., Harley MS. 6956 fo. 47v, from an original deed formerly in St. Paul's pyx 'B'), but possibly already can. when occ. 1 Aug. 1248 (ibid. fo. 126r, from an original deed formerly in St. Paul's pyx 'K'). Archdcn. of Northumberland (Durham dioc.) from Apr. 1249. D. as preb. before 13 Jan. 1254 (Reg. Innoc. IV no. 7688).
Occ. in cats. between Thomas de Anesty and Alexander of Ferentino, 'Philippus Lovel'. But prob. a mistake, because no reference to his tenure of this preb. in papal mandate of 13 Jan. 1254 (see below). Prebs. of Islington and Weldland.]
Appd. by bp. to preb. in succession to Thomas de Anesty, in defiance of papal prov. to Alexander of Ferentino. Ordered to res. in favour of Alexander, 13 Jan. 1254, and to receive next vacant preb. (Reg. Innoc. IV no. 7688). Also preb. of Consumpta. Bp. of Ely, el. Sept. 1254, cons. Aug. 1255.
Occ. in cats. between Philip Lovel and Fulk Lovel, 'Alexander de Ferentin'. Papal prov. of preb. in succession to Thomas de Anesty, at first defied by bp., but papal mandate ordering res. of William de Kilkenny, 13 Jan. 1254 (Reg. Innoc. IV no. 7688). First occ. as can. 13 July 1256 (Reg. Alex. IV no. 1446). Last occ. 19 Oct. 1257 (A/28/220). But said to have d. before May 1256 (Rot. R. Grosseteste, ed. F. N. Davis (Canterbury and York Soc. x) p. 514).
Occ. in cats. between Alexander of Ferentino and Ralph de Hengham, 'Fulco Lovel commutata [Cat. II omits commutata]'. Presum. transf. from preb. of Islington between Oct. 1257 and Dec. 1259. Occ. this preb. 10 Oct. 1274 (A/24/537). Also archdcn. of Colchester by March 1267, to d. in Nov. 1285.
Ralph de Hengham (fn. 8)
Occ. in cats. between Fulk Lovel and John de Manso, 'Radulphus de Hengham'. Occ. as clk. of London dioc., and therefore perhaps already can., 4 July 1288 (Reg. Nic. IV no. 612). Occ. this preb. c. 1294 (Liber F valor), (fn. 9) and 1297 (Visitations of Churches belonging to St. Paul's Cathedral in 1297 and in 1458, ed. W. S. Simpson (Camden new ser. lv) p. 52). D. as can. 18 May 1311 (Chrons. Edw. I and II 1 270). Commem. 18 May (Obit. IV p. 66).