Archdeacons
Carlisle

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B. Jones

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'Archdeacons: Carlisle', Fasti Ecclesiae Anglicanae 1300-1541: volume 6: Northern province (York, Carlisle and Durham) (1963), pp. 101-103. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=32557 Date accessed: 28 November 2014.


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ARCHDEACONS OF CARLISLE

M. Richard de Lyth 1291.

Richard de Whitby 1292-?

Richard archdcn. of Carlisle occ. 21 Feb. 1285 (York, Reg. Romeyn ff. 131, 132). M. Richard, 'called de Lyth' occ. 10 June 1291 as archdcn., but in papal mand. citing him for plurality and ordering res. (CPL. 1 538). Richard de Whitby occ. as archdcn. 1292 (Reg. Kirkby f. 432). Richard archdcn. of Carlisle occ. Feb./Aug. 1294 (Reg. Halton 1 5, 7, 22).? Lyth reinstated or Whitby.

M. Peter de Insula or Lisle D.Cn. & C.L. 1302-1311.

Coll. 21 Nov. 1302 (Reg. Halton 1 176-7). D. before 26 Nov. 1311 (ibid. 11 41).

M. Gilbert de Halton 1311-1318.

Coll. 26 Nov. 1311 (Reg. Halton 11 41, 72). Res. 12 March 1318 (ibid. p. 165).

M. Thomas de Caldebeck 1318-1320.

Coll. 27 June 1318 (Reg. Halton 11 169). D. or res. before 27 Dec. 1320 (ibid. p. 203).

M. Henry de Carlisle 1320-?

Coll. 27 Dec. 1320 (Reg. Halton 11 203).

M. William de Kendal 1322, 1340.

Occ. 10 Apr. 1322 (Reg. Halton 11 212). Occ. 25 March 1340 (Reg. Kirkby f. 407).

William de Briseban ?-1350.

D. as archdcn. before 7 May 1350 (CPL. 111 341).

John Marescal 1350.

William de Savinhaco 1350.

Marescal occ. 11 Apr. 1350 (CCR. 1349-1354 p. 215). Savinhaco prov. 7 May (CPL. 111 341). (fn. 2)

William Rothbury ?-1364.

Occ. 11 June 1355 (Reg. Welton f. 19). D. 10/18 May 1364 (Reg. Appleby f. 143).

M. John de Appleby B.C.L. 1364-1379.

Coll. 18 May 1364 (Reg. Appleby f. 143). Res. 19 Oct. 1379 (ibid. f. 318). (fn. 1)

Thomas Felton 1379.

Occ. 1379 (P.R.O., E 179/60/1).

Thomas de Karlel 1391.

Occ. 9 March 1391 (CPL. iv 386).

Thomas Strickland ?-1410.

Occ. 22 Oct. 1405 (CPL. vi 65). D. before 13 Dec. 1410 (ibid. p. 192).

John Burdett 1410-?

Prov. 13 Dec. 1410 (CPL. vi 192).

John de Kirkby ?-1423.

Occ. 28 Nov. 1415 (CPR. 1413-1416 p. 372). D. before 25 Jan. 1423 (York, Reg. Bowet 1 f. 287). (fn. 2)

Alexander Cok 1428, 1437.

Occ. Feb. 1428 (Reg. Langley 111 76). Occ. 24 March 1431 (CPL. viii 324). Occ. 27 May 1437, not called archdcn. (Durham, Reg. Langley f. 246).

M. Richard Hervey M.A. 1437.

Occ. 14 Oct. 1437 (CPL. viii 657).

M. Nicholas Close D.Th. ?-1450.

Occ. Jan. 1448 (CPL. x 11). Called archdcn. of Carlisle when became bp. of Carlisle, 30 Jan. 1450 (York, Reg. Kempe f. 142).

Stephen Close ?-1470.

Occ. 26 May 1452 (CPL. x 120). D. 1470 as archdcn. (Cumb. and Westmld. Antiq. and Archaeol. Soc. Trans. N.S. lii 115). (fn. 3)

M. Hugh Dacre ?-1509.

Occ. 1490 (Reg. of Wetherall, ed. J. E. Prescott (Cumb. and Westmld. Antiq. and Archaeol. Soc., Record Ser., i) p. 455). D. 16 Nov./19 Dec. 1509 (North Country Wills 1383-1558, ed. J. C. Smith (Surtees Soc., cxvi) p. 83; Salis., Reg. Audley f. 46b).

Cuthbert Conyers 1510.

Instituted to ch. of Great Salkeld (fn. 4) 1509/10 (Carlisle Diocesan registry, bps' accounts, Compotus of Alexander Dawson 1509/10).

M. William Bourbank (fn. 5) 1520, 1530.

Occ. 11 Apr. 1520 (L. & P. 111 i No. 741 (2)). Occ. 4 Jan. 1530 (York, Reg. Sede Vac. f. 640).

William Holgil 1534, 1540.

Occ. as rector of Great Salkeld (fn. 1) 1534 (Valor v 289). Occ. as archdcn. 9 July 1540 (L. & P. xv No. 861). Next archdcn. occ. 17 Dec. 1558 (Cal. State Papers 1 117 No. 36), but probably William Holgil archdcn. of Carlisle can be identified with William Holgil, preb. of South Cave, York, d. before 24 May 1549 (York, Reg. Holgate f. 29b).

Footnotes

2 There is no evidence that Richard de Arthuret held the archdcnry in 1354 as stated in Le NeveHardy.
1 There is no evidence that Humphrey de Thirland held the archdcnry in 1373 as stated in Le Neve-Hardy.
2 He is not called archdcn. of Carlisle in the York register, but evidently d. in this year since there is reference to him in the will of bp. Whelpdale (Test. Ebor. 111 67) as 'Kirkby quondam archidiaconus'.
3 This evidence comes from his tomb in the church of Great Salkeld.
4 The church of Great Salkeld was appropriated to the archdcnry of Carlisle (Cumb. and Westmld. Antiq. and Archaeol. Soc. Trans. N.S. iii 115).
5 Thomas Bourbank was said to have been archdcn. of Carlisle between 1503 and 1520, Le NeveHardy. An inscription, dated 1520, is quoted from Greystoke church 'Orate pro anima Thome Bourbank quondam archidiaconi Karl'. . . . Anno domini Millesimo Quingentesimo vicesimo.'
1 The church of Great Salkeld was appropriated to the archdcnry of Carlisle (Cumb. and Westmld. Antiq. and Archaeol. Soc. Trans. N.S. iii 115).