Acknowledgments

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H.P.F. King

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1962

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'Acknowledgments', Fasti Ecclesiae Anglicanae 1300-1541: volume 1: Lincoln diocese (1962), pp. VI. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=32587 Date accessed: 27 August 2014.


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I should like to express my gratitude to Sir Goronwy Edwards and Professor R. R. Darlington who have watched over every stage of the revision of the Fasti and given me much encouragement and advice; also to Miss K. Major and Professor C. R. Cheney, who read through the draft. My thanks are also due to Dr. A. B. Emden who has given me information about the degrees of Cambridge graduates, to Miss M. Roper who solved some of my problems about the Chapter in the sixteenth century, and to Mrs. C. M. King who helped me to compile the index and bibliography. Finally I should like to thank the archivists at Lincoln: Mrs. J. Varley, Mrs. D. Owen, Miss M. Finch and Mr. M. Lloyd for their great kindness and patience with me during my long visits to Lincoln.

H. P. F. K.

Contents

REFERENCES, ix

ABBREVIATIONS, xii

BISHOPS OF LINCOLN, 1

DEANS, 3

SUBDEANS, 4

ARCHDEACONS

Lincoln, 6
Huntingdon, 8
Northampton, 10
Leicester, 12
Oxford, 14
Buckingham, 15
Bedford, 16
Stow, 17

PRECENTORS, 19

TREASURERS, 21

CHANCELLORS, 23

PREBENDARIES

Aylesbury, 24
All Saints in Hungate, 27
Asgarby, 29
Banbury, 31
Bedford Major, 32
Bedford Minor, 34
Biggleswade, 36
St. Botolph, 38
Brampton, 40
Buckden, 42
Carlton Kyme, 44
Carlton Paynell, 45
Caistor, 48
Centum Solidorum, 50
Clifton, 52
Corringham, 54
Crackpole St. Mary, 55
Cropredy, 57
Decem Librarum, 59
Dunham and Newport, 61
Empingham, 63
Farndon-cum-Balderton, 65
Gretton, 66
Haydour-cum-Walton, 68
Ketton, 70
Kilsby, 71
Lafford, 72
Langford Ecclesia, 73
Langford Manor, 76
Leicester St. Margaret, 77
Leighton Buzzard, 79
Leighton Ecclesia, 82
Leighton Manor, 83
Liddington, 85
Louth, 86
Marston St. Lawrence, 87
St. Martin's in Dernestall. 89
Milton Ecclesia, 91
Milton Manor, 92
Nassington, 94
Norton Episcopi, 96
North Kelsey, 98
Sanctae Crucis, 100
Scamblesby, 102
South Scarle, 104
Sexaginta Solidorum, 106
Stoke, 108
Stow St. Mary, 109
Stow Longa, 111
Sutton-cum-Buckingham, 113
Sutton-in-Marisco, 114
Thame, 115
Thorngate, 118

INDEX

Persons, 129
Places, 140
Welton Beckhall, 120
Welton Brinkhall, 122
Welton Paynshall, 124
Welton Ryval, 126
Welton Westhall, 128

Note. Dr. A. B. Emden's Biographical Register of the University of Oxford to 1500 has been followed for degrees. But some later medieval bishops' registers and chapter act books give the title of 'magister' to B.A.s. This anomalous title appears in this edition of the Fasti, when there is manuscript authority for it.



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