Fasti Ecclesiae Anglicanae 1066-1300: Volume 5, Chichester. Originally published by Institute of Historical Research, London, 1996.
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LIST 20 PREBENDARIES OF HEATHFIELD
Church of Selmeston, with chapels, granted to bp. as preb. prob. c. 1177, by Richard de Cahaignes (Chart. Chichester no. 309; for date cf. Curia Regis Rolls VIII 357 and Pipe Roll 23 Hen. II p. 191, of Sept. 1176 × Sept. 1177).
Clerk, presented to preb. by Richard de Cahaignes, temp. king Henry II (Curia Regis Rolls VIII 357-8), perhaps c. 1177 (see above). Died as preb., presum. before May or June 1217 (Curia Regis Rolls VIII 357 and below). Prob. to be identified with Warin who occ. as canon 1192/3 and 1197/8 (Acta nos. 84, 101).
First occ. as canon 1226/7 (Walcott, Statutes p. 207 = Chart. Chichester no. 40). Occ. several times. Occ. as this preb. 1 Apr. 1234 × Aug. 1241 and 1236/7 (Chart. Chichester nos. 1067, 1079). Last occ. as canon Apr. 1239 (ibid. no. 507).
Next identified preb. is William de Thorntoft, royal clerk (CPR 1292-1301 p. 557), who had royal collation to this preb. 20 Apr. 1305 (CPR 1301-7 p. 338; also 2 Fasti VII 27), but does not otherwise occ.