Priors of Carlisle

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1963

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'Priors of Carlisle', Fasti Ecclesiae Anglicanae 1300-1541: volume 6: Northern province (York, Carlisle and Durham) (1963), pp. 99-101. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=32556 Date accessed: 20 September 2014.


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PRIORS OF CARLISLE

Adam de Warthwyk O.Can.S.A. ?-1304.

Occ. 3 Nov. 1285 (CPR. 1330-1334 p. 11). Res. 18 Sept. 1304 (Reg. Halton 1 223-4).

William de Hautewysil O.Can.S.A. 1304-1308.

Lic. el. sought 18 Sept. 1304 (Reg. Halton 1 223-4). Res. 28 Sept. 1308 (ibid. pp. 297-8).

Robert de Helpeston O.Can.S.A. 1308-?

Lic. el. sought 28 Sept. 1308 (Reg. Halton 1 297-8). Assent of bp. 1 Oct. (ibid. p. 301). Occ. 1320/1 (CCR. 1330-1333 p. 357).

Simon de Hautewysil O.Can.S.A. 1325.

Occ. 11 Feb. 1325 (York, Reg. Melton f. 466). D. before 13 July (Reg. Rosse ff. 268-9).

John de Kirkby O.Can.S.A. ?-1332.

Occ. 1330 (Reg. Rosse f. 263). Called prior of Carlisle when cons. bp. of Carlisle 19 July 1332 (York, Reg. Melton f. 471).

Geoffrey O.Can.S.A. 1334.

Occ. 8 March 1334 (CCR. 1333-1337 p. 302).

John de Horncastle O.Can.S.A. ?-1376.

Occ. 10 Jan. 1353 (CPR. 1350-1354 p. 384). Res. 10 Nov. 1376 (Reg. Appleby f. 289).

John de Penreth O.Can.S.A. 1376-1381.

Lic. el. sought 18 Nov. 1376 (Reg. Appleby f. 289). Gr. n.d. (ibid.). Res. 9 Aug. 1381 (ibid. f. 337).

William de Dalston O.Can.S.A. 1381-1385.

Lic. el. sought 9 Aug. 1381 (Reg. Appleby f. 337). El. conf. n.d. (ibid. f. 338). Res. 28 Sept. 1385, had been excomm. 12 Aug. (ibid. ff. 348-353).

Robert de Edenhall O.Can.S.A. 1385-?

Lic. el. sought 29 Sept. 1385 (Reg. Appleby f. 353). Gr. 30 Sept. (ibid.). El. conf. by bp. 7 Oct. (ibid. f. 354). Mand. to install 10 Oct. (ibid.). Occ. 15 May 1402 (CPR. 1401-1405 p. 344).

Thomas de Hoton O.Can.S.A. 1404, 1423.

Occ. 2 Dec. 1404 (CPR. 1408-1413 p. 28). Occ. 1415 (P.R.O., C 67/37 m 44). Occ. as Thomas prior of Carlisle 20 Sept. 1423 (Brit. Mus., Add. Charter 15770). (fn. 1)

Thomas Barnaby O.Can.S.A. 1429, 1433.

Occ. 17 Dec. 1429 (Reg. Langley 111 160). Occ. 11 Apr. 1433 (Durham, Reg. Langley f. 205). (fn. 2)

Thomas Hathwaite (fn. 2) O.Can.S.A. 1437, 1447.

Occ. 27 May 1437 (Durham, Reg. Langley f. 246). Occ. 20 July 1447, as Thomas prior of Carlisle (Cumberland County Record Office, Mounsey-Hayford Collection, will of Thomas Aglionby). (fn. 3)

Thomas Gudybour O.Can.S.A. 1473, 1485.

Occ. 1473 (Rotuli Parliamentorum (London, 1783) vi 76). Occ. March 1485 (Cumb. and Westmld. Antiq. and Archaeol. Soc. Trans. N.S. vii 334).

Simon Senus O.Can.S.A. 1502, 1518.

Occ. 6 June 1502 (CPR. 1494-1509 p. 258). Occ. 15 July 1518 (L. & P. 11 ii No. 4323).

Thomas Clifton O.Can.S.A. 1521.

Occ. 8 July 1521 (York, Reg. Wolsey f. 136b).

Christopher Slee O.Can.S.A. 1531, 1535.

William Florens O.Can.S.A. 1534.

Slee occ. as prior 4 Jan. 1531 (fn. 1) (York, Reg. Sede Vac. f. 640). Petition to Thomas Cromwell by canons of Carlisle 1534 that Slee should be deposed and Florens appointed as prior (L. & P. vii No. 1632). Slee occ. as prior 1535 (Valor v 274).

Launcelot Salkeld O.Can.S.A. ?-1548.

Occ. 17 July 1537 (York, Reg. Lee f. 129b). Prior 9 Jan. 1540 at surrender of priory (Foedera vi iii 47). Appointed dn. of new foundation 8 May 1541 (L. & P. xvi No. 878 (15)). Res. before 1 Jan. 1548 (CPR. 1547-1548 p. 191).

Footnotes

1 Thomas Elye is said to have been prior of Carlisle after Thomas de Hoton (VCH. Cumberland 11 151), but evidence for his holding this office comes from an inscription which does not appear to be still in existence. 'He (Thomas de Elye) built New Layth's Grainge near the city (Carlisle), on the walls of which his name is legible.' (J. Nicholson and R. Burn, History and Antiquities of the Counties of Cumberland and Westmorland (1777) 11 303.)
2 Thomas prior of Carlisle occ. 14 March 1436 (Durham, Reg. Langley f. 226b), but it is not possible to know whether this is Thomas Barnaby or Thomas Hathwaite.
3 Thomas Hathwaite occ. 11 Aug. 1457 as witness to a confirmation of a lease, but this document is not accessible (formerly in the Muniment Room, Lowther Castle, mentioned VCH. Cumberland 11 151).
1 Christopher Slee is said to have been prior in 1528 since his name could be seen on an inscription on an arch of the north-west gate of the abbey precincts, dated 1528 (VCH. Cumberland 11 151).