Fasti Ecclesiae Anglicanae 1066-1300: Volume 7, Bath and Wells. Originally published by Institute of Historical Research, London, 2001.
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LIST 36 PREBENDARIES OF DINDER
Dinder (Som.): conf. to bp. Giso by kg. Edward Confessor May 1065 (Keynes, 'Giso' app. I no. 9); not in DB. Manor lost to William Fitz John, repossessed by bp. from William son of William before papal conf. of 28 Apr.  (PUE II no. 156). Advowson of Dinder gr. to bp. Jocelin by William Flandrensis 1223 × 34 (Cal. I 496). (fn. 1) Church of Dinder described as in jurisdiction of dean of Wells 27 Apr. 1264 (CPR 1258-66 p. 315). Chapel of Dinder (dependent on St Cuthbert's, Wells) established as preb. by bp. William of Bitton II 4 Apr. 1268 (Cal. I 105).
Valuations 1291 £4 Dynre est alibi beneficiat' (Taxatio p. 200a); 1299 8m (Cal. I 256).
Richard de Bamfeld
Bp.'s datary, can. by 1 Oct. 1261 (Cal. I 360), presum. preb. Wedmore V (ibid. p. 105; list 61). Transf. by bp. from preb. Wedmore V to newly established preb. of Dinder 4 Apr. 1268 (Cal. I 105; list 61). As can. he was charged with d. of Thomas de Graham and was summoned 12 May 1279 to appear before royal justices (CCR 1272-9 p. 521). Received bequest from will of Walter Giffard, abp. of York, 1 Oct. 1283 (Reg. Giffard (Worc.) II 215). Last occ. as can., on prec.'s side, 11 Oct. 1284 (below, app. 4 no. 28). Gave land and houses, (fn. 2) arrangement for his chantry and burial at altar of St Edmund of Abingdon, before 30 Sept. 1269 (Cal. II 578-9 (no. 145) = I 107-8; cf. ibid. I 449). Certainly d. by 30 March 1294 (ibid. I 108). Possibly related to Alexander de Bamfeld, preb. Buckland Dinham (list 15).
Next identified preb. is M. Richard de Plumstock, who first occ. as can. 2 July 1300 (CPL I 588 = Reg. Bon. VIII no. 3669; and see 2 Fasti VIII 42).