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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Dignity established 12 Nov. 1259, endowed with a portion of episcopal revenues (St Davids Acta nos. 130-1). Papal conf. 24 Apr. 1260 (CPL 171). Preb. of Llandysilio-gogo attached in 14th cent. (2 Fasti XI 58; cf. Valor IV 382b).
TREASURERS (fn. 1)
Can. of St Davids, occ. at synod 10 Oct. 1253, when he was gr. custody of cath. treasury (St Davids Acta no. 122, at pp. 137, 138). Not called treas. Occ. as can. 12 Nov. 1259 (ibid. no. 131, at p. 147).]
First treas. of St Davids, occ. at synod 12 Nov. 1259, when appd. one of three proctors to administer fabric fund (St Davids Acta no. 131, at p. 151). Occ. as treas. 11 Feb. 1256 x 1260 (ibid. no. 151).
Rector of Prendergast (Penfro), not called treas., occ. 18 and 23 Aug. 1272 (St Davids statutes, BL Harley MS 6280 fos. 61v-62r; St Davids Acta no. 142). Treas. of St Davids before succeeding as archdcn. of Brecon 1278, before 6 Sept. 1278 (Ann. Camb. p. 105; below, list 39).
M. Robert de Haverford (fn. 2)
Can. of St Davids, occ. 10 Apr. 1280 (CPR 1272-81 p. 368, as William de 'Burret'). Succeeded as treas. of St Davids late 1280 (Ann, Camb. p. 106, 'Burrethe'). D. as treas. 29 March 1282 (ibid. pp. 106-7, 'Burreche').
William de Barri (fn. 3)