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Volume LXXXVIII: 13 to 25 Benedict XIII. Anti-Pope

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Petitions to the Pope 1342-1419. Originally published by Eyre and Spottiswoode, London, 1896.

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13 to 25 Benedict XIII. Anti-Pope

1408. (f. 8d.)
Whereas a canonry, and the prebend of Banchorydevenic, in Aberdeen, on its voidance by the death of Thomas de Edename, were conferred on James de Lindsay, under pretext of a reservation made to him by the pope, and whereas on his accepting the treasurership he resigned the said prebend, which John Barberii, M.A. student of canon law, obtained, and the said John doubts whether his acceptance of the same holds good, the value being 10l. of Scotch money; he prays for provision of the same anew, notwithstanding that he has the perpetual vicarage of Tarbas, in the same diocese, value 16l. of the said money, and by papal dispensation has provision of the precentorship of Ross, the said prebend having been occupied by Thomas Grenlaw under pretext of an expectation.
Granted. Porto Venere, in the diocese of Genoa, 17 Kal. Feb. an. 14.
1409. (f. 21.)
Richard Cady, priest, of the diocese of Dunkeld. Whereas to the priory of St. Andrews, void by the death of Ro. de Montros, the chapter elected James Beset canon of the same, to whom provision was made anew by the pope, and to his income was added the perpetual vicarage of Kilgolke, a secular benefice, to be held in commendam, and provision of it also was obtained from the pope; but, as is asserted,the dispensation to hold the same was obtained by suppression of the truth, seeing that the said priory is well endowed, so that the said prior has held the vicarage for several years without sufficient dispensation. Richard therefore prays for provision of the same, whose value is 20 marks. Granted. Perpignan, 12 Kal. June, an. 15.
1408. f. 24d.)
John de London, priest, of the diocese of Glasgow. For the church of Methlyl, in the diocese of St. Andrews, value 12 marks, on its voidance by Stephen Bigli obtaining the vicarage of Forgait, in the said diocese, by virtue of an expectation.
Granted. Perpignan, 3 Kal. Sept. an. 14.
1409. (f. 25d.)
Archibald, earl Douglas and lord of Bothwell. On behalf of his clerk, Master Robert de Moffet, of noble birth, bachelor of canon and civil law, for the church of Bothwell, in the diocese of Glasgow, value 100l. void by the death of Andrew de Blac, of the earl's patronage by reason that by neglect of the lay patron, to whom the next presentation belonged, and of the ordinary, it has lapsed to the lordship of the said barony; notwithstanding that Thomas Traill unlawfully holds it, and for a dispensation to Robert to hold also the perpetual vicarage of Plebis, in the said diocese, and to exchange the same, notwithstanding that he has a canonry and prebend of Glasgow.
Granted. Perpignan, 8 Id. April, an. 15. Expedited 14 Kal. May.
1410. (f. 33.)
For confirmation of the union of the churches of Sannat and Liswalt, in the diocese of Whiteherne, made by late bishops and chapter of the same, to the Premonstratensian monastery of Tongland, and held by the abbot and convent of the same for forty years.
Granted. Barcelona, 5 Id. June, an. 16.
1409. (f. 35.)
William de Glendunvin, of the diocese of Glasgow, M.A. bachelor of canon law, kinsman of Simon de Mundavilla. For the archdeaconry of Glasgow and annexed prebend, value 200l. void by the death of Simon de Mundavilla at the Roman court, notwithstanding that he has the church of Glencarn, in the said diocese, and the canonry and prebend of Renfrew in the same, value together 140l. He is ready to resign the canonry and prebend.
Granted a dispensation to William to hold the archdeaconry, together with the said church. Barcelona, 3 Id. Nov. an. 16.
(f. 35d.)
William de Govan, of the diocese of Glasgow, bachelor of canon law. For the canonry and prebend of Renfrew, in Glasgow, value 40l. on their voidance by the resignation of William de Glendunvin, notwithstanding that he has a canonry and prebend of Moray, and the perpetual vicarage of Muncton, in the diocese of Glasgow, value together 20l. He is ready to resign the canonry and prebend of Moray.
Granted. Dated as above.
Ibid.
John de Carruthers, of the diocese of Glasgow. For surrogation to William de Gova in the suit pending in the papal palace between him and John de Morton touching the rectory of Rathow, in the diocese of St. Andrews, and a canonry and so-called rectorial prebend of Glasgow, their value together being 100l. notwithstanding that John has the perpetual vicarage of Dregern, in the said diocese, value 10l.
Granted. Dated as above.
Ibid.
Robert Storme, priest, of the diocese of Glasgow. For the perpetual vicarage of St. Mary's, Irwynne, in the said diocese, value 36 marks, void by reason that John Clerici obtained it, as well as the rectory of St. Mary's Aran, in the diocese of Sodor, and was not ordained priest for two years, nor did he get a dispensation, and also lay with his gossip (cum quadam sua comatre concubuit), notwithstanding that Robert has the privilege of papal chaplain, as John has, and the vicarage of Dregarne, in the said diocese, to which John pretends he has a right; this Robert is ready to resign.
Granted. Dated as above.
Ibid.
John de Hawyc, priest, of the diocese of Glasgow, bachelor of canon law. For the canonry and prebend of Moray, commonly called ‘Moy,’ value 20 marks, on their voidance by William Govan obtaining the canonry and prebend of Renfrew, in Glasgow, notwithstanding that he has the precentorship of Glasgow, value 100 marks.
Granted. Dated as above.
1410. (f. 41.)
John de Hawik, as above. For the precentorship of Glasgow, value 40l. void by the promotion of Henry de Wardlaw to the see of St. Andrews, for which he has already petitioned, but, before he obtained possession of it, he exchanged the prebend of Castiltanys, in the same church, for that of Renfrew, with Patrick de Huyston, bachelor of canon and civil law, and has held the precentorship for eight years, but doubts whether he may not be molested touching the same by Master William de Laweddyr, or in any other way.
Granted. Barcelona, prid. Kal. March, an. 16. Expedited 3 Non. March.
(f. 45d.)
Patrick de Huyston, as above. For power to return to the prebend of Glasgow, which he resigned on exchanging it with John de Hawyc, who petitioned for the precentorship of Glasgow on its voidance by the resignation of archdeacon Henry de Wardlaw.
Granted. Dated as above.
(f. 52.)
Alexander Barberii, archdeacon of Caithness, kinsman of James, king of Scotland, and of Robert, duke of Albany, governor of the realm, whose secretary he is. For the treasurership of Aberdeen, void by reason that James de Lindsay, who was dispensed to hold it and the annexed canonry and prebend, together with the church of Inchebrioch, value together between 40l. and 50l. Scots money, in the diocese of St. Andrews, for three years, on condition of exchanging the church for a compatible benefice, has not done so, or by the death of William de Ormsuch, notwithstanding that he has been dispensed so as to hold the archdeaconry of Caithness, value 30l. and the church of Mukkyrsi, in the diocese of Dunkeld, value 16l.
Granted, with the necessary dispensation to hold also Inchebrioch. Barcelona
, 15 Kal. June, an. 16. Expedited 7 Kal. June.
(f. 53.)
Richard Militis, priest, of the diocese of St. Andrews licentiate in arts, and bachelor of canon law, envoy of Robert, duke of Albany, governor of Scotland. For the canonry and prebend of Brechin called ‘Vicaria,’ value 30 marks, void by the death of John de Lithona at the Roman court, notwithstanding that he has the church of Conveth, in the diocese of St. Andrews, and a canonry and prebend of Moray, value together 50 marks, and papal provision of the church of Rothow, in the diocese of St. Andrews, on condition of resigning the aforesaid church. Granted. Barcelona, 4 Kal. June, an. 16.
1411. (f. 91d.)
Alexander de Sancto Claro, of the diocese of Moray, of noble birth. For the perpetual vicarage of Kilmorok, in the diocese of Ross, value 20l. void by the death of Donald de Kilmorok, notwithstanding that the prior and convent of Beaulieu, in the same diocese, have unlawfully held it for nine years.
Granted. St. Matthew, in the diocese of Tortosa, 8 Id. June, an. 17. Expedited 18 Kal. July.
(f. 95.)
Robert, duke of Albany and governor of the realm of Scotland. On behalf of Richard Cady, bachelor of canon law, of the diocese of Dunkeld, for the church of Calas, in the diocese of St. Andrews, value 18l. void by the death of Patrick David at Avignon, notwithstanding that he expects a benefice.
Granted. St. Matthew, in the diocese of Tortosa, prid. Non. July, an. 17.
(f. 99.)
Richard Cady, as above. For the vicarage of Kilgowre, in the diocese of St. Andrews, value 16l. void by reason that James Beset, prior of St. Andrews, held and holds it by papal dispensation, whereas it has never been held by regulars, but always by seculars, and whereas the said priory is one of the best benefices in Scotland.
Granted. St. Matthew, in the diocese of Tortosa, 18 Kal. Oct an. 17.
(f. 135.)
Nicholas de Atholia. Whereas on the voidance of the canonry, prebend, and precentorship of Dunkeld, value 20l. by the resignation of John Massone into the hands of the bishop, who gave them to the said Nicholas, perpetual vicar of Stramiglo, in the same diocese, question arose between him and Thomas de Kingory, of the diocese of Aberdeen, touching the same, and at Nicholas's instance the pope committed the cause to Torribius Garsie, papal auditor. Now if it appears that neither Nicholas nor Thomas have any right to the said benefice, the pope is prayed to make provision of the same to Nicholas, whether it be void by the resignation of Fergus de Tuloch, by way of exchange, or by his death, or by the resignation of Patrick Spalding, or in any other way. Granted. Saragossa, 7 Id. April, an. 17.
1412. (f. 157d.)
Andrew de Burnes, priest, of the diocese of Aberdeen. For the perpetual vicarage of Hecht (Echt), in the said diocese, value 6l. on the presentation of the abbot and convent of Scone, void by Master Alexander de Balbury obtaining the church of Albirbuthnot, in the diocese of St. Andrews.
Granted. Peniscola, in the diocese of Tortosa, 7 Id. Sept. an. 18. Expedited 15 Kal. Oct.
(f. 159.)
George de Hawdein, M.A. of noble birth, of the diocese of Glasgow, nephew of Henry, bishop of St. Andrews. Whereas the church of Kethnessote, value 45l. old sterling, in the diocese of St. Andrews, void by the death of Master David Fauconere, was given by the bishop, acting by papal authority, to the said George, who has held it for fifteen months, he, being in his twenty-first year, prays for rehabilitation, provision, dispensation, and remission of fruits received.
Granted. Dated as above.
Ibid.
The pope motu proprio makes provision to James de Halenston, S.T.B. canon regular in the cathedral of St. Andrews, of the priory of May, dependent on the same, void by the death of Robert de Lucris.
Dated and expedited. Peniscola, in the diocese of Tortosa, 15 Kal. Oct. an. 18.
(f. 161.)
Whereas William de Camera, canon and prebendary of Moffet in Glasgow, and William Lang, rector of Erol, in the diocese of St. Andrews, resigned their benefices in order to exchange them, which they did by authority of Matthew bishop of Glasgow; but as Lang doubts whether the provision so made to him is good, seeing that William de Camera was then a member of the papal household, the pope is prayed to confirm the same, notwithstanding that he has the rectory of Turref, value 100l. old sterling, and the hospital of Rossey in the same diocese, value of the canonry and prebend is 30l. old sterling.
Granted and expedited as above.
(f. 161d.)
James de Keth, of the monastery of Jedworth. For confirmation of his acceptance of the priory of Rostinot, in the diocese of St. Andrews, dependent on Jedworth, void by the election of Thomas de Esdale to Jedworth. The value of the priory is 200l. old sterling.
Granted. Dated as above
(f. 163d.)
Thomas de Butyl, doctor of canon law, papal auditor. For the vicarage of Dundownald, in the diocese of Glasgow, value 27l. old sterling, void by the death of William de Cunyngham, notwithstanding that William was papal chaplain, or that Thomas is archdeacon of Whiteherne, and chaplain of St. Mary's, Maboyler.
Granted and expedited. Tortosa, Non. Dec. an. 19.
(f. 164d.)
Richard de Knoch. For the church of Monyabrok, in the diocese of Glasgow, of lay patronage, value 10l. void by the death of John de Kars. Granted and expedited. Tortosa, 5 Id. Dec. an. 19.
Ibid.
Alexander de Lichton, Hospitaller. For the preceptory, or priory, of the hospital of Torfichyne, in the diocese of St. Andrews, value 500l. void by the death of Alexander de Seton, or that of John de Auncid, or of Tibald de Parisiis, or of Hillibrand Anglicus, notwithstanding that the administration of the fruits of the said preceptory was in the hands of Philibert de Nerlhaco, a schismatic, formerly master of Rhodes, now deprived by the pope, and has been committed to John de Benyng.
Granted. Tortosa, 4 Id. Dec. an. 19.
(f. 165d.)
James de Lindsay, kinsman of the earl of Crawford, deacon, M.A. and bachelor of canon law. Whereas it is asserted that the church of St. Brioc, in the diocese of St. Andrews, is void by reason that he has held it for six years and more without being ordained priest, the value being 40 marks, he prays for rehabilitation, provision, and remission of fruits received, and for dispensation on account of illegitimacy; Alexander de Solerton having renounced his pretended right to the said church, about which a suit was pending in the Roman court between him and the said James. Granted. Dated as above.
(f. 166d.)
Robert son of the king of Scotland, duke of Albany, and governor of the realm. On behalf of his secretary, Andrew de Hawyk, rector of Liston, in the diocese of St. Andrews, value 60l. for dispensation to hold it together with another church for two years.
Granted. Dated 5 Id. Dec. an. 19.
Ibid.
The same. On behalf of his secretary, William de Blacburn, papal chaplain, vicar of Kirkintulach, in the diocese of Glasgow, for a like dispensation. Granted. Dated as above.
(f. 167d.)
Robert, duke of Albany, Alexander de Lindesay, earl of Crawford, and Henry, bishop of St. Andrews. On behalf of James de Lindsay, M.A. bachelor of canon law, kinsman of the said earl, rector of St. Brioc, dispensed on account of illegitimate birth, who has been ordained deacon and holds the said church and a canonry, prebend, and treasurership of Aberdeen, for an extension of the said dispensation so as to accept any ecclesiastical dignity, and to exchange his benefices.
Granted. Tortosa, 13 Kal. Jan. an. 19.
1411. Ibid.
Henry de Ramsay, of noble birth, master and rector of the Augustinian hospital of St. German of the Star of Bethlehem [near Seton], in the diocese of St. Andrews. Whereas the said hospital, when void by the death of John Rollok, papal chaplain, was given to him first by authority of the ordinary, and then by papal authority on the deprivation of Roger de Edinburg, a schismatic, and where is Richard de Mariton, by virtue of a surreptitious grant obtained by false statement, is maliciously litigating about the same before Thomas de Karnis, official of St. Andrews, the pope is prayed to commit the cause to John Garsie, papal auditor, so that the hospital, whose value is 54l. may be given to the said Henry.
Granted. St. Matthew, in the diocese of Tortosa, 8 Kal. July, an. 17.
1413. (f. 171d.)
Richard de Creych, licentiate in canon and civil law, advanced in theology, secretary of the late Robert, king of Scotland. For the canonry, prebend, and precentorship of Moray, value 40l. void by the death of John de Halyburton, notwithstanding that he has the canonry and prebend of Obny in Dunkeld, value 10l. and the church of Abirnyt in the same diocese, value 12l. which he is ready to resign.
Granted. Tortosa, 8 Id. Jan. an. 19. Expedited 12 Kal. Feb.
(f. 172d.)
Alexander de Lawader, of the diocese of St. Andrews, of knightly origin, brother of G. [William] bishop of Glasgow, student of canon law. For dispensation to hold two incompatible benefices, and to exchange the same. Granted and expedited. Tortosa, 3 Kal. Feb. an. 19.
Ibid.
The pope motu proprio reserves to Master Thomas de Butyl, doctor of canon law, papal chaplain and auditor, the church of Abernith, in the diocese of Dunkeld, void by Richard de Creych, canon of Dunkeld, obtaining the precentorship of Moray, notwithstanding that Thomas is archdeacon of Whiteherne, and gives him dispensation to retain the same. Tortosa, Kal. Feb. an. 19.
(f. 180d.)
Richard de Petmiddil, priest of St. Andrews. For the church of Arddorevan, in the diocese of Dunkeld, which belongs to the presentation of Robert de Menteth, layman, of the diocese of Dunblane, so long void by Eugene Makloney obtaining the church of Killin, in the diocese of Dunkeld, that it has lapsed to the pope, notwithstanding that he expects a benefice in the gift of the bishop, dean, and chapter of Dunkeld, and asserts a right to the church of Menmuir in the same diocese, which he is ready to resign.
Granted. Peniscola, in the diocese of Tortosa, 12 Kal July, an. 19.
(f. 194.)
James de Lindesay, rector of St. Brioc, in the diocese of St. Andrews, M.A. and bachelor of canon law, kinsman of Alexander de Lindesay, earl of Crauford. For dispensation to hold an additional benefice with or without cure of souls.
Granted. Peniscola, in the diocese of Tortosa, 14 Kal. Sept. an. 19.
Ibid.
John Lang, of the diocese of Dunkeld. Twenty-six years ago he exchanged the perpetual vicarage of Oluny, in the said diocese, for the canonry, prebend, and chancellorship of Dunkeld, value 15l. old sterling, then held by John de Glasgu, the exchange being made by the ordinary; now that he is old he prays, for the clearing of his conscience, that provision may be made to him anew, seeing that John de Glasgu, at the time of the exchange, was a member of the household of Walter, commonly called cardinal of Glasgow. Granted. Dated as above.
Ibid.
Alexander Steward (Senescalli), nephew of the late Robert, king of Scotland, earl of Mar, On behalf of his secretary, John de Inchemarton, of the diocese of St. Andrews, to issue a commission to some ordinary of the realm, that if he find the canonry, prebend, and archdeaconry of Ross, value 20l. within the limits of his territory, to be sequestrated by reason that David Seton, who held them, communicated with schismatics, to remove and deprive the said David, and to give the said benefices to John. Granted. Dated as above.
Ibid.
Thomas Macilhachnisi, canon of Whiteherne. He was elected by the chapter to the priory of Whiteherne, value 20l. old sterling, void by the resignation of Gilbert; but as the election and provision, according to the constitutions of the papal chancery, are of no value, the pope is prayed to make provision of the said priory to Thomas.
Granted. Dated as above.
(f. 194d.)
Henry de Ogilby, of the diocese of St. Andrews, M.A. For the canonry and prebend of Tulynestyn in Aberdeen, value 10l. void by Thomas de Tunyhagan obtaining the archdeaconry of Aberdeen, or by the death of David Fauconer, notwithstanding that John Fauconer has unlawfully held them for two years, or that Henry is dispensed as the illegitimate son of a baron, and has collation of the church of Enrarite, in the diocese of St. Andrews, about which a suit is pending in the Roman court. Granted. Dated as above.
(f. 197.)
James, king of Scots, Henry, bishop, the prior, chapter, and archdeacon of St. Andrews. They, with the counsel and consent of the three estates (statuum seu brachiorum) of the realm, propose to found an university of study in the city of St. Andrews for the faculties of theology, canon and civil law, medicine, and the liberal arts. Moreover they desire that certain privileges and immunities set forth in an instrument under the seal of the bishop and chapter be granted by the pope to the esquire bedells and other officers of the university, and pray for confirmation of the institution of the aforesaid faculties. The bishop, or in the voidance of the see his vicar in spiritualities, is to preside as chancellor, and to make order touching the rule of the university, the ordinances and constitutions therein to be observed. Students, with licence of their ordinary, may remain for ten years at the university while receiving the fruits of their benefices, and thereafter may lecture. The rector of the university is to be chosen by the faculties; he must be a graduate and in holy orders. That the students may severally make a will, to be free from all exaction by the ordinary or his official. That all privileges set forth in the public instrument under seal of the bishop and other petitioners be confirmed by the pope, who is prayed to grant conservators to the university. And for the augmentation of the same that bachelors or licentiates in other universities which are now schismatic may pursue their studies in the said university.
Granted, and the institution, foundation, confirmation, and order made as above are enacted. Peniscola, in the diocese of Tortosa, 5 Kal. Sept. an. 19.
(f. 204.)
George de Dunbar, earl of March. On behalf of his legitimate son, Columba de Dunbar, who has studied in arts for many years at Oxford, for dispensation to retain the canonry, prebend, and deanery of the collegiate church of Dunbar, value 40l. of lay patronage, now held by the said Columba, and to exchange the same.
Granted. Peniscola, in the diocese of Tortosa, Non. Oct. an. 19.
1412. (f. 211d.)
Alexander de Lindesay, earl of Craufurd. On behalf of his kinsman, Alexander (sic) de Lindesay, treasurer of Aberdeen, M.A. already dispensed on account of illegitimacy, for an extension of the said dispensation, so as to hold any cathedral dignity.
Granted. Peniscola, in the diocese of Tortosa, 6 Kal. Nov. an. 19.
1413. Ibid.
Robert, duke of Albany, governor of the realm of Scotland. On behalf of his chaplain, Nicholas Hunttar, of the diocese of St. Andrews, for the perpetual vicarage of Forgound of the same diocese, value 12l. void by the death of Stephen Bigli at the Roman court so long ago that it has lapsed to the pope, notwithstanding that John de London, John Andree, John de Merton or Andrew Lunle, of the dioceses of St. Andrews and Glasgow, have unlawfully held it during four years, as now Nicholas holds it.
Granted. Peniscola, in the diocese of Tortosa, prid. Kal. Nov. Expedited 10 Kal. Dec. an. 20.
Ibid.
Henry, bishop of St. Andrews. Whereas the canonry and prebend of Buney in Aberdeen, value 20 marks, void by the resignation of William de Camera, were given by the ordinary to his nephew, George de Newton, M.A. of knightly origin, who has held them for six years, the pope is prayed to confirm the collation, which is impugned on the ground that William is a member of the pope's household.
Granted. Peniscola, in the diocese of Tortosa, 10 Kal. Dec. an. 20.
1414. (f. 218d.)
Whereas the monastery of St. Mary, Lindores, has its buildings ruined and its rents diminished by reason of the nearness of the wild (silvestrium) Scots, the pope is prayed to appropriate to it the church of Crech, in the diocese of St. Andrews, value 12l. to take effect on the death of the rector, Laurence de Lindores, a perpetual vicar with a fit stipend being appointed. Granted. Tortosa, 7 Kal. April, an. 20.
(f. 219.)
Robert, duke of Albany. On behalf of Robert Stewart of Fife, nephew of the duke of Albany, and Eufemia Stewart, countess of Strathern, for a dispensation to intermarry, they being related in the third degree of kindred and fourth of affinity.
Ibid.
Muriella, duchess of Albany. On behalf of John Montisgomorri, knight, and Margaret Maxuhel, of the diocese of Glasgow, for a dispensation to intermarry, they being related in the fourth degree of kindred and affinity. Granted for both. Tortosa, 4 Non. May, an. 20.
(f. 224.)
Robert, duke of Albany. On behalf of Thomas de Grenlau, M.A. bachelor of canon law, archdeacon of Caithness, for dispensation to retain the archdeaconry together with an additional incompatible benefice, and to exchange them. He holds also canonries and prebends of Dunkeld and Moray, value not exceeding 30l.
Granted, with licence to exchange within two years. St. Matthew, in the diocese of Tortosa
, 5 Id. June, an. 20.
(f. 224d.)
John de Carrik, bachelor of canon law, rector of Halis, in the diocese of St. Andrews. For the perpetual vicarage of Culassy in the same diocese, value 20l. void by the death of John de Balnanis, honorary papal chaplain, notwithstanding that he is litigating in the Roman court about Halis, and is dispensed on account of illegitimacy.
Granted. Tortosa, 7 Id. Feb. an. 20.
1415. (f. 244d.)
The pope motu proprio makes provision to Master Thomas Butil, doctor of canon law, papal chaplain, and auditor, of the church of Kinkel, with its chapels, value 100l. in the diocese of Aberdeen, void by the consecration of Henry de Lichton to the see of Moray, notwithstanding that he is archdeacon of Whiteherne, and has the chaplaincy of St. Mary's May bole, in the diocese of Glasgow, and the church of Abernyth in that of Dunkeld, of which last he has not yet obtained possession, and expects a benefice as auditor, with the necessary dispensation to retain the same.
(f. 245.)
The pope motu proprio makes provision to the same Thomas of the canonry and prebend of Inverkethny in Moray, value 10l. void as above.
Granted. Valencia, 4 Non. March, an. 21. Expedited prid. Non. March.
Ibid.
Columba de Dunbar, dean of the collegiate church, value 40l. kinsman of the king of Scotland, legitimate son of the earl of March. For the hospital of Rothven, with its chapels, value 30l. old sterling, void by the consecration of Henry de Lichton to the see of Moray.
Granted. Dated as above.
(f. 252d.)
Patrick de Spalding, M.A. and D.C.L. He had dispensation from Clement VII. to hold a canonry and prebend of Moray, and the church of Lundy in the diocese of St. Andrews, with power to exchange the same, whereupon he obtained a canonry and prebend and the deanery of Brechin, which he is told he has no right to retain; he therefore prays for confirmation of the same, their value being 120 marks old sterling, or for provision anew. Granted. Valencia, 16 Kal. March, an. 21.
(f. 259.)
William Croysser, M.A of the diocese of St. Andrews. For the canonry and prebend of Dunkeld, value 12l. void by Richard de Creyk obtaining the church of Kinkel in the diocese of Aberdeen.
Ibid.
John de Rokel, of the diocese of Argyle. For the canonry and prebend of Ross, value 48 florins of Aragon, void by John de Spineto obtaining a canonry, prebend, and the precentorship of Moray.
Granted for both. Valencia, 12 Kal. July, an. 21.
(f 261.)
Gilbert Caven, bachelor of canon law, elected by the chapter to the see of Whiteherne. For the archdeaconry of the same, value 40l. on its voidance by the consecration of Thomas de Butil, papal chaplain and auditor, promoted by the pope to the said see, notwithstanding that Gilbert has the church of Carmole, in the diocese of Whiteherne.
Granted. Valencia, 12 Kal. July, an. 21.
Ibid.
The same. For the canonry and prebend of Inverkethyn in Moray, value 10l. on their voidance as above. Granted. Dated as above.
(f. 261d.)
Alexander Barberii. Whereas the pope made provision to Richard Crech of a canonry, prebend, and the precentorship of Moray, on condition that he resigned the church of Abernit, in the diocese of Dunkeld, value 20l. which was thereupon reserved to Thomas Butil; but as Richard had not obtained possession of the canonry, prebend, and precentorship, the pope gave him Kinkel, in the diocese of Aberdeen; and as Abernit is void by the consecration of Thomas, the pope is prayed to grant it to Alexander, notwithstanding that lie has the church of Mukkyrssy, in the diocese of Dunkeld, value 30 marks, which he is ready to resign, and the archdeaconry of Caithness, value 20l. which he prays to be allowed to retain. Granted. Dated as above.
Ibid.
Patrick de Spalding, dean of Aberdeen, D.C.L. For the perpetual vicarage of Elone, in the diocese of Aberdeen, value 120 florins, on its voidance by John de Spineto obtaining the canonry, prebend, and precentorship of Moray. Granted. Dated as above.
Ibid.
Richard de Crech, canon of Dunkeld, J.U.D. For the church of Kinkel, in the diocese of Aberdeen, value 6 florins of Aragon, void by the consecration of Thomas de Butil, notwithstanding that he has the church of Abernit, in the diocese of Dunkeld, and the canonry, prebend, and precentorship of Moray, about which he is litigating in the Roman court, all of which he is ready to resign.
Granted. Dated as above.
Ibid.
John de Spineto, M.A. licentiate in medicine, bachelor of canon law, papal writer. For surrogation to Richard Crech, canon of Dunkeld, in his right to the canonry, prebend, and precentorship of Moray, about which he is litigating in the Roman court, their value being 100l. notwithstanding that he has the vicarage of Elone, in the diocese of Aberdeen, and a canonry and prebend of Ross, which lie is ready to resign. Granted. Dated as above.
(f. 262.)
Nicholas Hunter, priest, of the diocese of Brechin, chaplain of the duke of Albany. For the church of Mukkyrsi, in the diocese of Dunkeld, value 18l. on its voidance by Alexander Barherii obtaining the church of Abernit. Granted. Dated as above.
1414. (f. 268d.)
John de Athinkel (Achinlek), of the diocese of Glasgow. For the perpetual vicarage of Mayboyl in the same diocese, value 20l. void by reason that Thomas de Butil, bishop of Whiteherne, held it together with the archdeaconry of Whiteherne, notwithstanding that John Wricht has unlawfully held it for two years, or that Achinlek is dispensed on account of illegitimacy. Granted. Perpignan, 9 Kal. Oct. an. 21.
1415. (f. 270.)
Henry, bishop of St. Andrews. On behalf of his nephew, George de Hawdaen, rector of Rathow in his diocese, of noble birth, M.A. and for three years student of theology, for a canonry, prebend, and the deanery of Glasgow, value 100l. void by the death of Nicholas de Grenlaw; he is ready to resign Rathow.
Granted. Peniscola, 6 Id. Dec. an. 22.
Ibid.
Duplicate of the above on a quarto leaf inserted.
William Stephani, bachelor of canon law, canon of Moray, rector of Essy, and master of the hospital of Edirhame, in the diocese of St. Andrews, whom the pope, as is said, proposes to appoint to the see of Orkney. For licence to hold the said hospital in commendam for a year after he obtains the bishopric. Granted. Dated as above.
1416. (f. 277d.)
Alexander de Lawadre, archdeacon of Dunkeld, bachelor of canon law, of knightly origin. For the church of Rathow, in the diocese of St. Andrews, value 45l. old sterling, on its voidance by George de Hawden obtaining a canonry, prebend, and the deanery of Glasgow, notwithstanding that he has also the perpetual vicarage of Roschbruch, in the diocese of Glasgow, which he is ready to resign.
Granted, with the necessary dispensations. Peniscola, 3 Non. Jan. an. 22.
Ibid.
Edward de Lawadre, rector of Gogar, in the diocese of St. Andrews, of noble birth, M.A. and student of theology for three years. For the perpetual vicarage of Roschbruch, value 15l. old sterling, on its voidance by Alexander obtaining Rathow, notwithstanding that he has also the church of Suthboyle, in the diocese of Glasgow; he prays to be allowed to hold one of the churches he already has for two years, the other for four years, after obtaining Roschbruch.
Granted. Dated as above.
Ibid.
William de Gowan, canon of Moray, bachelor of canon law. For the canonry and prebend of Glasgow, value 30l. void by Alexander obtaining Rathow, notwithstanding that he has the canonry and prebend of Moy in Moray, and the vicarage of Monkton, in the diocese of Glasgow, both of which he is ready to resign, and is litigating with Patrick de Howeston about the canonry and prebend of Renfreu in Glasgow. Granted. Dated as above.
Ibid.
Ingram Lindesay, bachelor of canon law, kinsman of A. earl of Craufurd. For the perpetual vicarage of Monkton, in the diocese of Glasgow, value 14l. old sterling, on its voidance by William de Gowan obtaining a canonry and prebend of Glasgow, notwithstanding that he is dispensed on account of illegitimacy. Granted. Dated as above.
Ibid.
Christopher Pomfret, rector of Glasford, in the diocese of Glasgow, M.A. kinsman of the bishop of Whiteherne. For the canonry and prebend of Moy in Moray, value 10 marks, on their voidance by William de Gowan obtaining a canonry and prebend of Moray.
Granted. Dated as above.
(f. 278.)
Patrick de Howiston, canon of Brechin, J.U.B. Whereas the suit between him and William de Gowan touching the canonry and prebend of Renfrew in Glasgow, value 25l. old sterling, is undecided, and William has obtained another canonry and prebend in the said church, he prays for surrogation to William in his right to the same, notwithstanding that he has the canonry and prebend of Guttry in Brechin, and the perpetual vicarage of Lindidgu, in the diocese of St. Andrews.
Granted. Dated as above.
Ibid.
Alexander Barberii, canon, prebendary, and archdeacon of Caithness. For the canonry and prebend of Guttry in Brechin, value 10 marks, on their voidance by Patrick de Howiston obtaining the canonry and prebend of Renfrew in Glasgow, notwithstanding that he has also the church of Abernit, in the diocese of Dunkeld.
Granted. Dated as above.
(f. 281d.)
Alan Steward (Senescalli), nephew of the governor of the realm of Scotland, and son of the earl of Athol and Caithness. For the canonry and prebend of Menmuir in Dunkeld, value 20l. old sterling, which he has held for five months by authority of the ordinary, void by the death of William Ade, honorary papal chaplain, notwithstanding that he is illegitimate, and twelve years of age.
Granted with the necessary dispensation. Peniscola, Non. Jan. an. 22. Expedited 15 Kal. March.
Ibid.
Thomas de Mirton, bachelor of canon law, of the diocese of St. Andrews. For the canonry and pensionary prebend of Brechin, value 10l. old sterling, void by the death of William Ade, papal chaplain, and now unlawfully held by John Foresterii for four months, notwithstanding that Thomas has the church of Tarvet, in the diocese of St. Andrews, value 16l. Granted. Dated as above.
(f. 285.)
David Hamilton, deacon, of the diocese of St. Andrews, M.A. He had collation of the church of Cannok, value 30l. old sterling, of lay patronage, in the diocese of Glasgow, when a deacon, on its voidance by the death of George Dunbar, and held it for four years before being ordained priest, and now prays for rehabilitation, and provision anew. Granted. Peniscola, 4 Kal. June.
Ibid.
Robert de Dolas, monk of Dunfermline, of noble birth. For the priory of Urcart, in the diocese of Moray, dependent on Dunfermline, value 20l. old sterling, void by the promotion of William de Sancto Andrea to Dunfermline. Granted. Peniscola, 6 Non. March, an. 22.
(f. 290d.)
John de Carric, of the diocese of Glasgow, bachelor of canon law. For the archdeaconry of Sodor, value 60l. void by the death of Gilbert Macduyl, notwithstanding that he has the rectory of Hals, and the vicarage of Culassy, in the diocese of St. Andrews, about which he is litigating in the Roman court, and is dispensed as the son of a religious. Granted. Peniscola, 13 Kal. Aug. an. 22.
Ibid.
William de Coluny, of the diocese of St. Andrews. For the vicarage of Culessy, value 10l. void by the death of John de Balnanis, who held it together with a prebend in the collegiate church of Abernethy to which cure of souls is attached, and which the pope gave to John Hawyk, to whom provision has been made of the archdeaconry of Sodor, whereby Culessy is void.
Granted. Peniscola, prid. Id. Sept. an. 22.
(f. 292d.)
William de Dalketh, monk of Abbirbrothon, scholar of theology. For the priory of Urchait, in the diocese of Moray, dependent on the abbey of Dunfermlin, value 40l. void by the promotion of William de Sancto Andrea to the said abbey, although Gilbert Smert, monk of Dunfermlin, unlawfully holds the said priory.
Granted. Peniscola, 8 Id. Nov. an. 23.
1417. (f. 302.)
John de Keremor, of the diocese of St. Andrews, bachelor of canon law. For the perpetual vicarage of Abbirbrothoc, value 4l. old sterling, void by John Paneti obtaining the church of Glammis in the same diocese. Granted. Peniscola, 6 Kal. April, an. 23.
(f. 302d.)
John Gray, canon of Glasgow, master of arts and of medicine. For the archdeaconry of Whiteherne, value 30l. void by the resignation of Gilbert Caben, who held it together with the church of Carmsmule in the same diocese; provision of the archdeaconry having been made by the ordinary to John, who has also the church of Kirkanders, value 20l. and the canonry and prebend of Askirk in Glasgow.
Granted with the necessary dispensation. Peniscola, 13 Kal. June, an. 23.
(f. 309.)
Alexander Lindesay, earl of Craufurd. On behalf of his kinsman, Ingram Lindesay, bachelor of canon law, for the church of Rathow, in the diocese of St. Andrews, value 40l. old sterling, void by reason that Alexander de Lawedre was bound to resign it on obtaining the canonry and prebend of Edilliston in Glasgow, which he retains, notwithstanding that Ingram has papal provision of the perpetual vicarage of Monkton, in the diocese of Glasgow, which is without effect, and is dispensed as the illegitimate son of a knight baron.
Granted. Peniscola, 12 Kal. Aug. an. 23.
Ibid.
Richard Cady, bachelor of canon law. For the perpetual vicarage of Cupar, in the diocese of St. Andrews, value 40l. old sterling, void by the death of Thomas de Kilkunert, honorary papal chaplain, notwithstanding that he has the vicarage of Kilgoure in the same diocese, value 12l. old sterling, and is litigating in the Roman court about the church of Kingorne in the same.
Granted. Peniscola, 4 Non. July, an. 23.
Ibid.
Hugh Waltrini, canon of Moray. For the perpetual vicarage of Kilgoure, value 12l. old sterling, on its voidance by Richard Cady obtaining that of Cupar, notwithstanding that he expects a canonry and prebend of Moray. Granted. Dated as above.
Ibid.
Richard de Creych, J.U.D. For the canonry, prebend, and precentorship of Moray, value 60l. old sterling, void by the death of John de Spineto, papal writer, who obtained them when member of the household of John, bishop of Sabina, commonly called cardinal of Auch, notwithstanding that Richard has the church of Kinkell, in the diocese of Aberdeen, value 100l. old sterling, and that of Erol, in the diocese of St. Andrews, of like value.
Granted, with the necessary dispensation. Peniscola, 3 Id. Aug. an. 23.
(f. 309d.)
John de Keremor, of the diocese of Brechin, bachelor of canon law, member of the household of the cardinal of St. George's. For the church of Mukkirsi, in the diocese of Dunkeld, value 12l. old sterling, void by reason that Alexander Barberii had papal provision of Abernit, on which he resigned Mukkirsi, which was thereupon reserved to Nicholas Hunttar, who meanwhile obtained the perpetual vicarage of Forgound, whereby Mukkirsi is void, notwithstanding that Michael de Stanton has unjustly held it for a year, and the grant made by the pope to Alexander Barberii touching the fruits of Mukkirsi until Nicholas Bullas obtained that church, which grant the pope is prayed to revoke, because Bullas has obtained another incompatible benefice, and also notwithstanding a grant made to John of the perpetual vicarage of Abirbrothod, which he is ready to resign.
Granted. Peniscola, 13 Kal. July, an. 23.
(f. 313d.)
Richard de Creyth, precentor of Moray, J.U.D. papal chaplain and auditor. For the canonry and prebend of Bethre in Dunkeld, value 8l. old sterling, void by the death of Master Alexander Trayll, member of the household of the late G. bishop of Palestrina, of cursed memory, notwithstanding that he has the church of Kinkel, in the diocese of Aberdeen, and papal provision of the canonry, prebend, and precentorship of Moray, which he has not yet obtained, their value together being 150l. old sterling. Granted. Peniscola, prid. Non. Nov. an. 24.
Ibid.
Nicholas Inglis, of the diocese of Glasgow, of noble birth, aged twenty. He has held for a year by virtue of a certain nomination the church of Sedyrresolk, in the diocese of St. Andrews, value 40l. old sterling, void by the death of Alexander Trayll, and now prays for provision of the same anew. Granted. Dated as above.
(f. 314.)
R. duke of Albany, governor of the realm of Scotland. On behalf of his secretary, John Legat, M.A. chaplain of St. Laurence's, Reualane, in the diocese of Glasgow, for the vicarage of Cupar, in the diocese of St. Andrews, value 40l. old sterling, void by the death of Thomas de Kilqwonqwar, to which John was promoted by the ordinary. The value of the chaplaincy, which he is ready to resign, is 10l. old sterling.
Granted. Dated as above.
Ibid.
John Derling, deacon, of the diocese of St. Andrews, bachelor of theology, M.A. brother of the bishop of Moray. For rehabilitation, provision, and remission of fruits received from the perpetual vicarage of Gleniberwy, in the diocese of Brechin, value 10l. old sterling, which he held for ten years without a dispensation.
Granted. Peniscola, 14 Kal. Jan. an. 24.
1418. (f. 315.)
Robert de Strabrok, M.A. member of the household of H. bishop of St. Andrews. For the perpetual vicarage of Kilconqhar, in the diocese of St. Andrews, value 24l. old sterling, void by the death of Thomas de Mathan papal chaplain, notwithstanding that it is unlawfully held by another. Granted. Peniscola, 18 Kal. Feb. an. 24
Ibid.
Alexander Barberii. For surrogation to W. de Govan in his right to the canonry and prebend of Renfrew in Glasgow, value 30l. old sterling, about which a suit between W. de Govan and Patrick de Huyston was pending in the Roman court, whether void by the fact that Walter de Danialston was a papal chaplain, or that W. de Glendenbin obtained the archdeaconry of Glasgow, or in any other way; the pope having ordered Govan to desist from the suit, and that Patrick, on obtaining the canonry and prebend, should resign those of Guthry in Brechin, which were to be given to Alexander, but Patrick did not resign them, asserting that this would be done without his assent; Govan having obtained the canonry and prebend of Edilston in Glasgow, resigned by Alexander de Laweder, archdeacon of Dunkeld, on getting the church of Rathow, in the diocese of St. Andrews.
Granted. Dated as above.
(f. 316d.
Robert Barberii, of the diocese of Aberdeen. For the vicarage of Abirbrothoc, value 10l. John de Kinmore held it by papal provision on John Paniter obtaining the church of Glamis, in the diocese of St. Andrews, but as he did not get possession of this, provision of Mukkirsi in the diocese of Dunkeld was made to him, and Paniter got Kinmore, Abirbrothoc becoming thereby void; the right he has in the church of Aran in the diocese of Sodor, value 20l. and his illegitimacy as the son of a priest notwithstanding.
Granted. Peniscola, 10 Kal. Feb. an. 24.
Ibid.
John Begiert, canon regular of St. Andrews, bachelor of canon law. For the perpetual vicarage of Dul, in the diocese of Dunkeld, void by the promotion of John Bullok, canon regular of St. Andrews, to the see of Ross. Granted. Peniscola, Id. March, an. 24.
Ibid.
The pope motu proprio makes provision to John Listare, bachelor of canon law, canon of St. Andrews, of the priory of the same, void by the death of James Biset. Peniscola, 6 Id. March, an. 24.
(f. 317.)
The pope motu proprio assigns to his chaplain, James de Haldenston, canon of St. Andrews, master of theology, a yearly pension of 200 gold scudi on the fruits of the priory, void by the death of James Bisset.
Peniscola, 7 Id. March, an. 24.
Ibid.
The pope motu proprio imposes a yearly pension of 300 gold scudi on the fruits of the see of Ross, void by the death of bishop Alexander, to be paid by the bishop for the time being until further order is made by the pope. Dated as above.
(f. 317d.)
Thomas Lyel, canon and bishop elect of Ross, of noble birth. That the pope would inform himself touching Thomas de Mirton, a notorious schismatic, and the benefices he is obtaining from [Otto de] Colonna, intruded into the apostolic see, so that he may be deprived of the canonry and pensionary prebend of Brechin, value 6l. old sterling, which shall be given to Lyel, notwithstanding that he has a canonry and prebend of Ross, the church of Kymel, and the perpetual chaplaincy of Keremor, in the diocese of St. Andrews, value together 40l.
Granted. Peniscola
, 15 Kal. June, an. 24.
(f. 318.)
Thomas Bell, licentiate of canon law, vicar of Montrose. For the canonry and prebend of Tulynestil, in Aberdeen, value 10l. resigned by David Fauconer in order to exchange them with him for a perpetual chaplaincy, there being a doubt whether the collation of the same holds good. Granted. Peniscola, 5 Kal. June, an. 24.
Ibid.
John de Schenes, licentiate of canon law, official, and rector of the university of St. Andrews, councillor of Robert, duke of Albany, governor of the realm. For the canonry and prebend of Glasgow, and archdeaconry of Teuidale, value 100l. void by the death of James Galteri, papal chaplain, who held the archdeaconry together with the perpetual vicarage of Enerlithane, in the diocese of Glasgow, notwithstanding that he has the church of Abbirbuthnot, in the diocese of St. Andrews, value 40l. old sterling, although John Forestarii has unlawfully held the said canonry, prebend, and archdeaconry for two months.
Granted, with the necessary dispensation. Peniscola, 17 Kal. July, an. 24.
Ibid.
George de Penicuk, of the diocese of St. Andrews, bachelor of canon law. For the perpetual vicarage of Enerlitane, value 40l. old sterling, void by the death of James Galteri, as above.
Granted. Dated as above.
(f. 319.)
John Lithstare, bachelor of canon law. For absolution, rehabilitation, and dispensation. He had, in ignorance of his appointment by the pope to the priory of St. Andrews, procured the election of James de Haldeston to the same, and by order of the chapter came with James to the pretended court of the Intruder called ‘Martin’ [V.], to whom he paid obedience and reverence, and on his return found at Bruges the papal letters of appointment, whereupon coming to himself he wept bitterly, and knew not what to do to made amends for his ingratitude and grave offence; wherefore he now prostrates himself before the pope, saying, “God be merciful to me a sinner;” any papal constitutions, and an ordinance made by the duke of Albany touching, the assent of some prelates, princes, and barons of the realm of Scotland, in which it is said that none of that realm shall obtain grants from the Intruder, notwithstanding.
Granted. Peniscola, 5 Id. Dec. an. 25.
(f. 319d.)
Alan Steward (Senescalli), of the diocese of St. Andrews, son of Walter son of the king of Scotland, earl of Athol and Caithness, of illegitimate birth. For rehabilitation and remission of fruits received from the canonries and prebends of Menmuir in Dunkeld, Crudan in Aberdeen, and other benefices, successively held by him for two years since his fifteenth year, when studying arts in the university of St. Andrews.
Granted, with the necessary dispensation and provision. Dated as above.
Ibid.
Richard de Bothwil, monk of Dunfermlin, student of canon law for three years. For the priory of Wrchart, dependent on Dunfermlin, value 60l. old sterling, which, on its voidance by the promotion of William to the abbey, was given first to Robert de Dolas, and then to William de Dalketh, monk of Abirbrothok, between whom a question having arisen, sentence was given that neither had right therein, notwithstanding that Andrew de Rabuzy, monk of Dunfermlin, has unlawfully held it for four months. Granted. Peniscola, 3 Id. Dec. an. 25.
Ibid.
Nicholas de Oturburne, of the diocese of Glasgow, in his nineteenth year, who has studied for four years in the university of St. Andrews. For dispensation to hold a benefice with cure of souls.
Granted. Dated as above.
(f. 320.)
Walter Steward (Senescalli), brother of Robert, duke of Albany, bachelor of canon law, and student of the same at Avignon. For the canonry, prebend, and deanery of Glasgow, value 100l. Scots, void by the death of George de Hauden, notwithstanding that he has the canonry and prebend of Baru Lanark, in the same church, which he is ready to resign. Granted. Dated as above.
Ibid.
Alexander de Lawedre, archdeacon of Dunkeld, licentiate of canon law, of noble birth, brother of G. (William) bishop of Glasgow. For the above-named canonry and prebend of Baruna Lanark, value 55l. Scots, on their voidance as above; notwithstanding that he has also the church of Rathow, in the diocese of St. Andrews. He is ready to resign the archdeaconry, with the annexed canonry and prebend.
Granted. Dated as above.
Ibid.
John Steward (Senescalli), rector of Flisk, in the diocese of St. Andrews, B.C.L. M.A. of royal origin, kinsman of Robert, duke of Albany. For the canonry, prebend, and archdeaconry of Dunkeld, on their voidance as above. Granted. Dated as above.
Ibid.
The same. For licence to hear and lecture and exercise any scholastic acts and degrees in civil law, even if he is not ordained priest, and holds benefices and cathedral or collegiate dignities, for seven years.
Granted. Dated as above.
(f. 320d.)
John Lytstare, as above (f. 319). For extension of the grant of the priory of St. Andrews, in whatever way it may be void, even if the above-named James de Haldeston has held it and received fruits therefrom; any constitutions and ordinances, as above, notwithstanding.
Granted. Peniscola, Id. Dec. an. 25.
Ibid.
Walter, son of the king of Scotland, earl of Athol and Caithness. On behalf of his natural son, Alan Steward (Senescalli), for dispensation to hold benefices and cathedral dignities, and to exchange them.
Granted. Peniscola, 3 Id. Dec. an. 25.
(f. 321.)
The same. On behalf of his chaplain, Nicholas Grenlaw, of the diocese of Dunkeld, dispensed as the son of a priest, for a further dispensation to hold two additional benefices and exchange them.
Granted. Dated as above.
Ibid.
The same. On behalf of his chaplain, William Lytstar, dispensed on account of illegitimacy, and rector of Rossy, in the diocese of St. Andrews, for a further dispensation to hold any additional benefices and exchange them. Granted. Dated as above.
Ibid.
The pope motu proprio decrees as follows:—On 7 Id. March last a pension of 200 gold scudi on the fruits of the priory of St. Andrews was granted, motu proprio, to James de Haldeston on the death of James Biset, but as it appears that he is a schismatic and adherent of Otto de Colonna, who calls himself Martin V. the pope deprives him of the said pension. Peniscola, 6 Id. Dec. an. 25.
Ibid.
The pope motu proprio imposes the pension of 200 gold scudi on the prior for the time being of St. Andrews.
Peniscola, 4 Id. Dec. an. 25.
Ibid.
The pope motu proprio grants the said pension to Andrew de Hawyk, rector of Liston, in the diocese of St. Andrews, first secretary and councillor of Robert, duke of Albany, to be paid in equal portions at Easter and All Saints. Peniscola, 3 Id. Dec. an. 25.
(f. 321d.)
John de Merton, provost of Bothwell, doctor of canon law. For confirmation of the provision made to him of the church of Enerlythan, in the diocese of Glasgow, void by the death of James Galteri, value 40l. old sterling. Granted. Peniscola, 10 Kal. Jan. an. 25.
Ibid.
John de Hawyk, precentor of Glasgow. That the pope will issue a commission to the bishop of Glasgow to receive his resignation of the perpetual vicarage of Mernys in the same diocese, value 20 marks, and give it to Nicholas de Oturburne, who has studied for four years at the university of St. Andrews. Granted. Dated as above.
Ibid.
John Steward (Senescalli), knight, lord of Lorn, kinsman of Robert, duke of Albany, and Isabella his wife. For a plenary indulgence at the hour of death.
Ibid.
The same. For licence to choose their confessor.
Ibid.
The same. For a portable altar.
Granted for all. Dated as above.
(f. 322.)
Alexander de Newton, nephew of the bishop of St. Andrews, aged nineteen. For a dispensation to hold a benefice, even if it be of lay patronage. Granted. Dated as above.
Ibid.
Walter de Sothyrland, scholar, of the diocese of Moray, the illegitimate son of a married baron. For dispensation to be ordained, and hold one, two, three, or more benefices. Granted. Dated as above.
Ibid.
Robert de Wardalaw, of the diocese of St. Andrews, the son of a priest. For a like dispensation. Granted. Dated as above.
Ibid.
David Steward (Senescalli), kinsman of Robert, duke of Albany, of illegitimate birth. For a like dispensation.
Granted. Dated as above.
Ibid.
Walter Steward (Senescalli), dean of Glasgow, bachelor of canon law, student at Avignon, brother of Robert, duke of Albany. For dispensation to hold two additional benefices.
Granted. Dated as above.
Ibid.
John Steward (Senescalli), of royal origin. For faculty to visit his archdeaconry of Dunkeld for two years by deputy, and to receive procurations. Granted. Dated as above.
(f. 322d.)
Henry, bishop of St. Andrews. For faculty to grant marriage dispensations to fifty persons of the realm related in the fourth degree of kindred or affinity. Granted. Dated as above.
Ibid.
The same. For faculty to visit churches and monasteries of his diocese for three years by deputy, and to receive procurations.
Granted. Dated as above.
Ibid.
Robert Young (Juvenis), archpriest of the collegiate church of Dunbar, eldest son of George, earl of March, to be made papal chaplain.
Granted. Dated as above.
1419. Ibid.
Thomas de Hay, of noble birth, aged eighteen, who has studied in arts for two years. For surrogation to Alexander de Lawedre, archdeacon of Dunkeld, in his right to the canonry and prebend of Barua Lanark in Glasgow, value 40l. which he was bound to resign on obtaining the archdeaconry.
Granted. Peniscola, Kal. Jan. an. 25.
Ibid.
Robert Young (Juvenis), archpriest of the collegiate church of Dunbar. For provision of the perpetual vicarage of Ederham, in the diocese of St. Andrews, value 18l. void by the resignation of John de Hawyk, and unlawfully held for eighteen years by John Bron; and for dispensation to hold also Dunbar for three years.
Granted. Dated as above.
(f. 323d.)
William Forster, esquire, and Agnes Sandson, of the diocese of St. Andrews. For dispensation to remain in the marriage which they contracted in ignorance that they were related in the third degree of kindred, declaring their past and future offspring legitimate.
Granted. Dated as above.
Ibid.
Nicholas Inglys, rector of Frederesolk, in the diocese of St. Andrews, M.A. of noble birth, nephew of H. bishop of St. Andrews. For dispensation to hold an additional benefice. Granted. Dated as above.