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List 19: Prebendaries, Botevant

Pages 58-59

Fasti Ecclesiae Anglicanae 1066-1300: Volume 6, York. Originally published by Institute of Historical Research, London, 1999.

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Prebend

Preb. not territorial, but consisted of money payments: described as 'in pecunia numerata consistens' in 1279 (Reg. Wickwane p. 2). Name prob. originates from Middle English bote (profit) and want (lacking); see YMF II 11 n.

Valuation

1291 £20 (Taxatio p. 297b).

Prebendaries

M. Hugh of Evesham (fn. 142)

First occ. as can. 17 Dec. 1269 (Reg. Wickwane p. 22). Archdcn. of Worcester by 9 June 1275 (1 Fasti II 106). Received vote of M. William de Wickwane (the successful candidate) in el. to abpric. of York [22 June] 1279 (Reg. Nic. III no. 559, cal. CPL I 459). Only occ. as this preb. when res. by 11 Nov. 1279 (Reg. Wickwane p. 2). Transf. to preb. Bugthorpe on abp.'s coll. 12 Nov. 1279 (list 21). Prob. related to M. Simon of Evesham, archdcn. of Richmond (list 13) (Chs. Vicars Choral no. 415).

John de Kirkeby (fn. 143)

Abp.'s coll. to this preb. in succession to M. Hugh of Evesham, with mandate to induct, 11 Nov. 1279 (Reg. Wickwane p. 2). Treas. of exchequer; royal justice; archdcn. of Coventry (Lichfield dioc.); preb. of Salisbury (1 Fasti IV 90). Bp.-el. of Rochester, res. 16 June 1283 (ibid. II 77). Bp. of Ely, el. 26 July × 6 Aug. 1286, temps. 7 Sept., cons. 22 Sept. (ibid. p. 47).

[Peter de Sabello

Refused abp.'s offer of this preb. 23 Sept. 1286 (Reg. Romeyn I 358). Became preb. Bugthorpe (list 21).]

M. Thomas of Wakefield

Subdean, abp.'s coll. 20 Dec. 1281; last occ. 8 May 1290 (list 6). Abp.'s coll. to this preb., vacant by cons. of John de Kirkeby, 23 Sept. 1286, with mandate to induct dated 9 Oct. (Reg. Romeyn I 357-8). Chanc. of York, abp.'s coll. 16 June 1290; d. by 8 July 1297 (list 4).

M. Robert de Ripplingham

Abp.'s coll. to chancellorship and this preb. 8 July 1297 in succession to the late M. Thomas of Wakefield, with mandate to induct dated 10 July (Reg. Newark p. 219). Last occ. as chanc. 23 March 1328; d. between 24 and 30 Aug. 1332 (list 4; 2 Fasti VI 37).

Footnotes

  • 142. Worcs. For his career, see Biog. Ox. I 656; C. H. Talbot and E. A. Hammond, Medical Practitioners in Medieval England (1965) pp. 92-3; DNB.
  • 143. See Survey of the county of York ... Kirkby's Inquest [ed. R. H. Scaife] (SS xlix, 1867) pp. xi-xiii; DNB s.n. Kirkby.