Prebendaries
Meifod

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'Prebendaries: Meifod', Fasti Ecclesiae Anglicanae 1300-1541: volume 11: The Welsh dioceses (Bangor, Llandaff, St Asaph, St Davids) (1965), pp. 45-46. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=32466 Date accessed: 28 July 2014.


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PREBENDARIES OF MEIFOD

M. Lewis de Charlton Lic.Th. 1360, 1361.

Occ. as preb. of St Asaph and rector of Meifod (fn. 1) 30 March 1360 (CPP. I 353). Occ. as preb. of Meifod 30 Jan. 1361 (ibid. p. 365). Bp. of Hereford in Sept.

M. William de Cherelton B.C.L. 1366.

Occ. as rector of Meifod (fn. 1) 19 Nov. 1366 (Reg. Langham p. 43).

M. John Trefnant D.C.L. ?-1389.

Vac. unnamed preb. in St Asaph and rectory of Meifod (fn. 1) 5 May 1389 when bp. of Hereford (Reg. Trefnant p. 1; CPL. IV 427).

Huw Bochenhull 1389-?

William Pregeet or Excestre 1389-?

Royal gr. to Bochenhull of preb. of Meifod 20 May (CPR. 1388-1392 p. 38). Royal gr. to Pregeet 20 Dec. of preb. vac. by John Trefnant (ibid. p. 96). Second gr. of preb. of Meifod to Bochenhull 23 Feb. 1390 (ibid. p. 190). (fn. 2)

M. John Trefor D.Cn. & C.L. ?-1394.

Reginald de Hulton 1391.

John Mere ?-1392.

Trefor occ. as unnamed preb. 9 Nov. 1390 (CPL. IV 343). Litigation between Trefor and Hulton about the rectory of Meifod (fn. 1) mentioned 17 Nov. 1391, suit then undecided between two claimants (ibid. p. 427). Trefor exch. precentorship of Wells and preb. of Combe Undecima, Wells, with John Mere for rectory of Meifod, 18 July 1392 (CPR. 1391-1396 p. 122). Vac. unnamed preb. in St Asaph when el. bp. 1394 (ibid. p. 580). Succeeded by Richard Prentys (see below).

Richard Prentys 1395-?

Royal gr. 10 June and 16 July 1395 of preb. vac. by John Trefor (CPR. 1391-1396 pp. 580, 609; see above).

John Dyne ?-1397.

Exch. this preb. with Thomas Langley for ch. of St Alphege within Cripplegate, London, 15 Feb. 1397 (Lond., Guildhall, Reg. Braybroke f. 150).

Thomas Langley 1397-1406.

By exch. Feb. 1397. Estate ratif. 3 Apr. 1399 (CPR. 1396-1399 p. 380) (fn. 3) and 24 May 1400 (CPR. 1399-1401 p. 278). Bp. of Durham 1406.

William Tyrell 1406-1413.

Mand. adm. 28 Sept. 1406 (Lamb., Reg. Arundell 1 f. 310). Treasurer and preb. of Meliden 1413.

M. Owain Pole D.Cn.L. 1485-?

Royal gr. 30 Sept. 1485 of rectory of Meifod (fn. 1) (CPR. 1485-1494 p. 10).

M. William Villiers D.C.L. ?-1494.

Exch. this preb. with Thomas Vele for ch. of Kirtling, Cambs., 7/15 March 1494 (CPR. 1494-1509 p. 13; Norwich, Reg. Goldwell f. 184).

Thomas Vele 1494-?

By exch. March 1494. Mand. adm. 18 March (Norwich, Reg. Goldwell f. 184).

M. Dafydd Owain D.Th. ?-1558.

Occ. 1535 (Valor IV 436). D. before 24 May 1558 (Nat. Libr. Wales, SA/BR/1 f. 63).

Footnotes

1 The revenue of the ch. of Meifod, Montgom., provided the endowment of the preb. of Meifod. It therefore seems probable that the rectors of this ch. held the preb. of Meifod in St Asaph cath.
2 This second gr. of the preb. to Bochenhull suggests that he was probably having difficulty in obtaining possession because of a rival claimant-Pregeet.
3 The estate of John Carp as preb. of Llannefydd and 'parson' of Meifod was ratif. 28 Oct. 1399 (CPR. 1399-1401 p. 25). He was probably vicar of Meifod, Langley's deputy and not a rival claimant for preb. of Meifod.
1 See p. 45 n. 1.