Fasti Ecclesiae Anglicanae 1066-1300: Volume 9, the Welsh Cathedrals (Bangor, Llandaff, St Asaph, St Davids). Originally published by Institute of Historical Research, London, 2003.
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LIST 21 DEANS OF ST ASAPH
Church of Henllan (Clwyd) a chapel of cath. annexed to deanery 1291 (Taxatio p. 287a). Also canonry of 'proventus', rent and obventions (ibid. p. 288a; cf. Valor IV 434a).
Valuation 1291 Henllan £13 6s. 8d., canonry £6 13s. 4d. (Taxatio pp. 287a, 288a).
Son of Alan; occ. as dean, prob. rural dean, ? 1210 (Eyton, Shrops. X 347-8).
? David de Witinton
Occ. as David de Witinton then dean [? of St Asaph] 29 Dec. 1223 (Eyton, Shrops. X 337). David Vewan parson of Wintin' occ. July 1217 x July 1218 (Cart. Haughmond no. 859).
Occ. as dean of St Asaph once only, 10 Oct. 1239 (LCA I 109 = Willis, St Asaph II 21-2).
Dean of St Asaph when el. bp. of St Asaph before 20 Feb. 1248 (CPL I 242); temps. 27 Sept.; cons. 1249; d. by 29 Sept. 1266 (above, list 20).
Occ. as dean of St Asaph three times: 4 May 1244 (LCA I 106); c. 1250 (Cart. Haughmond no. 670); 1254 (Val. Norw. p. 467).
An unnamed dean of St Asaph occ. prob. 13 March 1266 (Litt. Wall. no. 57).
Occ. as dean of St Asaph 25 March 1272 (Willis, St Asaph II 31-2).
Occ. as dean of St Asaph 31 Oct., 2 and 3 Nov. 1284 (Litt. Wall. nos. 116, 157, 226).
Occ. as dean of St Asaph 6 Oct. 1305 (LCA I 30-1).
Occ. as dean 4 July 1314 (2 Fasti XI 40).