Archdeacons of Llandaff

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'Archdeacons of Llandaff', Fasti Ecclesiae Anglicanae 1300-1541: volume 11: The Welsh dioceses (Bangor, Llandaff, St Asaph, St Davids) (1965), pp. 23-25. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=32439 Date accessed: 01 October 2014.


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ARCHDEACONS OF LLANDAFF

M. Henry de Cranborne or Wager 1289-?

Robert 1290.

Cranborne prov. 13 Dec. 1289 (CPL. 1 508). Robert occ. 15 Sept. 1290 (ibid. p. 519). Cranborne retained possession, occ. 24 Apr. 1306 (CPR. 1301-1307 p. 432).

M. Alexander de Monmouth 1323, 1337.

Occ. 15 July 1323 (CPR. 1321-1324 p. 326). Occ. 8 March 1337 (CPR. 1334-1338 p. 394).

M. Richard de Halton 1338.

Occ. 9 Oct. 1338 (Memorials of Llandaff p. 331).

John de Coventry ?-1361.

Thomas de Burgherssh 1347.

Coventry occ. 16 March 1347 when el. bp. of Llandaff (Black Prince's Reg. 1 59). Royal gr. to Burgherssh 20 May (ibid. p. 83). Coventry did not obtain bpc., regained archdcnry since occ. 16 Dec. 1348 (CPL. 111 271). D. before 12 Nov. 1361 (Brit. Mus., Harley Charter 75. B. 42).

M. Henry Despenser B.C.L. 1361, 1364.

Robert de Walsham 1361-1368.

M. Thomas Banastre of Eltisley B.Cn. & C.L. 1363-?

M. Thomas de Southam Lic. C.L., B.Cn.L. 1366.

Despenser and Walsham obtained archdcnry by royal gr. from the Prince of Wales during vac. of bpc., 11 Oct.-15 Dec. 1361 (CPP. 1 490-1, 524). Banastre said to have been intruded into archdcnry by bp. Cradock, who was prov. 15 Dec. (ibid.). Prov. to archdcnry 1 June 1363 (ibid. p. 424). Despenser petitioned pope 20 Apr. 1364 that he should be permitted to retain archdcnry because Banastre had then res. at curia (ibid. pp. 490-1). Southam had been prov., n.d., petitioned pope 7 Apr. 1366 to be permitted to resign archdcnry, petition gr. since Walsham occ. 15 Apr. (ibid. p. 524). Exch. archdcnry with Richard Boule for ch. of Tettenhall Wood, Staffs., 11 Nov. 1368 (Lichfield, Reg. IV (Stretton) f. 60).

M. Richard Boule B.C.L. 1368-?

By exch. Nov. 1368.

Thomas de Alston ?-1373.

Exch. archdcnry and preb. of Caerau with John de Sulthorn for ch. of Aldington, Kent, 20 Dec. 1373 (Lamb., Reg. Wittlesey ff. 95-95b).

John de Sulthorn 1373-?

By exch. Dec. 1373.

M. Robert de la More D.C.L. 1385, 1393.

Occ. 5 June 1385 (Brit. Mus., Harley Charter 75. A. 33). Estate ratif. 5 Dec. 1391 (CPR. 1388-1392 p. 505). Occ. Autumn 1393 (Cardiff Records, ed. J. H. Matthews (Cardiff, 1898-1911) 1 160).

Thomas Orewelle 1396-?

Royal gr. 25 March 1396 (CPR. 1391-1396 p. 693). Estate ratif. 30 Oct. 1399 (CPR. 1399-1401 p. 25). Thomas occ. 19 May 1409 (CPR. 1408-1413 p. 78).

M. Robert Cole ?-1447.

Exch. archdcnry with John Stradling for ch. of Edington, Wilts., 24 Sept. 1447 (Salis., Reg. Aiscough pt. i f. 109b).

M. John Stradling 1447-1454.

By exch. Sept. 1447. Exch. archdcnry with Lewis Byford for ch. of North Tawton, Devon, 15 Nov. 1454 (Exeter, Reg. Lacy 1 ff. 285b-286).

M. Lewis Byford 1454-?

By exch. Nov. 1454. Occ. 1 March 1477 (Reg. Bourgchier p. 214). (fn. 1)

M. John Quarre 1529, 1541.

Occ. 1529 (L. & P. IV iii No. 6047 p. 2701). Occ. 25 June 1541 (Registers of Thomas Wolsey, etc., ed. Sir H. C. Maxwell-Lyte (Somerset Record Soc., lv) pp. 90-1).

Footnotes

1 There is no evidence that Gundisalve Ferdinand held the archdcnry in 1499 and 1500 as stated by Le Neve-Hardy.