PREBENDARIES OF ISLINGTON
See lists in Cats. I fo. 95v, II fo. 111/118v.
Algar son of Dereman
First preb. in cats., 'Algarus filius Deremanni' (Cat. I), 'Algorus filius Dermanni'
(Cat. II). Prob. became preb. after 1086 (see Gibbs p. xxii n. 2), when his father,
Dereman, held ½ hide in chief at Islington (Domesday Book 1 fo. 130b).
Occ. in cats. between Algar son of Dereman and Richard, 'Ulfrannus [Wulfrannus,
Cat. II] capellanus episcopi'. Occ. as can. 1104/5 (WD 4 fo. 19/23r-v, pd. in Rep.
p. 61b), 1111/12 (A/24/521, pd. in Rep. p. 26a), 1114/15 (Hale pp. 127-8) and n.d.
as 'Wlfraucnus', can. (Liber Vitae Dunelm.: Facsimile, ed. A. H. Thompson (Surtees
Soc. cxxxvi) fo. 33v). Prob. to be identified with 'Wlfrannus capellanus', who occ.
c. 1108 (Gibbs no. 63). Perhaps to be identified with 'Wulfrannus', who held land
of the cans. of St. Paul's, c. 1128 (Davis, London lands p. 56).
Occ. in cats. between Ulfran and Henry, 'Ricardus filius cancell.'. Not otherwise
known. Presum. son of one of the royal chancellors (for whom, see Regesta 11 pp. ix-x).
Occ. in cats. between Richard and Jocelin de Bohun, 'Henrueris nepos episcopi
Gilberti' (Cat. I), 'Henricus nepos episcopi Gilberti' (Cat. II). Not otherwise known.
Presum. nephew of Gilbert the Universal, bp. of London (1128-34), and appd. by
him before Aug. 1134.
Jocelin de Bohun
Occ. in cats. between Henry and Robert of Salisbury, 'Jocelinus episcopus Sar''.
Does not occ. as can. Archdcn. of Winchester, and may have been appd. to this preb.
by Henry of Blois, bp. of Winchester, during Henry's period of custody of the bpric.
of London, 1138-41 (cf. Diceto 1 252). Bp. of Salisbury, cons. 1142.
Robert of Salisbury
Occ. in cats. between Jocelin de Bohun and John de Greenford, 'Robertus episcopus
Exon' [Oxsomens., Cat. I]'. Does not occ. as can. Dean of Salisbury, by June 1148;
bp. of Exeter, cons. June 1155.
John de Greenford
Occ. in cats. between Robert of Salisbury and Richer de Andelys, 'Johannes
episcopus Cicestr''. Does not occ. as can. Dean of Chichester, by March 1157; bp. of
Chichester, el. Apr. 1173, cons. Oct. 1174.
Richer de Andelys
Occ. in cats. between John de Greenford and Robert Banastre, 'Richer [Nicherus,
Cat. II] de Andeli'. Almost certainly to be identified with Richer precentor of Rouen,
who occ. as can. of St. Paul's [1175 × c. 1181] (G.F.L. no. 417).
[?M.] Robert Banastre
Occ. in cats. between Richer de Andelys and Robert [du Val], 'Robertus Banastr'
archidiaconus'. Does not occ. as can., but archdcn. of Essex from before 1168, to after
Apr. 1196, and presum. transf. from an unident. preb. on d. or res. of Richer de
Andelys, after 1175.
Robert [du Val]
Occ. in cats. between Robert Banastre and Peter of Ste.-Mère-Eglise, 'Robertus
thesaurarius'. Prob. to be identified with Robert du Val, who occ. as treas. of St.
Paul's [1184 × 95, or 1197 × 1219] (see above p. 21).
Peter of Ste.-Mère-Eglise
Occ. in cats. between Robert [du Val] and Ralph Furnis, 'Petrus thesaurarius'.
Presum. to be identified with Peter of Ste.-Mère-Eglise, treas. from before May 1212,
to d. in Apr. 1227 or Apr. 1228, who presum. transf. from this preb. to preb. of Mora
some time before July 1214.
M. Ralph Furnis
Occ. in cats. between Peter of Ste.-Mère-Eglise and Geoffrey de Lucy, 'Radulphus
Furnis'. Presum. to be identified with M. Ralph de Furs, who occ. as can. [c. 1214 ×
Sept. 1216] (Gibbs no. 145), and with Master R. de Fursis, who occ. as can. 1215/16
M. Geoffrey de Lucy
Occ. in cats. between Ralph Furnis and William de Haverhull, 'Galfridus de
Lucy'. Occ., not called can., 8 Jan. 1223 (A/38/1219), and 28 Aug. 1223 (cart. of
Walden: B.M., Harley MS. 3697 fo. 39v). First occ. as can. Nov. 1223 or a little earlier
(Curia Regis Rolls XI no. 1275). Also successively archdcn. of London, from before
March 1226; dean by June 1231, to d. in Nov. 1241. Transf. from this preb. to preb. of
Totenhall between Dec. 1237 and Feb. 1239.
William de Haverhull
Occ. in cats. between Geoffrey de Lucy and Fulk Lovel, 'Willelmus de Haverhull
[Haverhulle, Cat. II]'. Not appd. until after 1235/6, when still called clk. (WD 1 fo.
60a). (fn. 3) First occ. as can. 4 Feb. 1240 (Reg. Greg. IX no. 5055). D. as can. 23 Aug. 1252
(Chron. Maj. v 320). Commem. 23 Aug. (Obit. II fo. 109r), 24 Aug. (Obits. III fo.
96r, IV pp. 69, 94).
Occ. in cats. between William de Haverhull and Philip Lovel, 'Fulco Lovel'. First
occ. as can. 9 Apr. 1255 (Reg. Alex. IV no. 322). Presum. transf. from this preb. to
preb. of Caddington Major between Oct. 1257 and Dec. 1259.
Occ. in cats. between Fulk Lovel and Hugh de Dodingham, 'Philippus Lovel'.
Presum. transf. from preb. of Weldland after Oct. 1257. Occ. as can. 25 Jan. 1259 (Reg.
Alex. IV no. 2813). D. prob. as can. 29 Dec. 1259 (Chron. Maj. v 731).
Hugh de Dodingham
Occ. in cats. between Philip Lovel and Peter de Rivaux, 'Hugo de Dodingh''. Not
otherwise known, unless to be identified with Hugh de Mortuo Mari, preb. of
Pancratius (cf. below p. 70), who held church of Donington (Lincoln dioc.), 1268
(Reg. Sutton 1 78).
Peter de Rivaux
Occ. in cats. between Hugh de Dodingham and Ralph de Dunion, 'Petrus de
Aurivall''. Keeper of king's wardrobe, Sept. 1257-June 1258 (Tout, Chapters 1 282).
Still alive 20 July 1261 (C.P.R. 1258-66 p. 170). D. as preb. before 2 Nov. 1262
(C.P.R. 1266-72 p. 739).
Ralph de Dunion
Occ. in cats. between Peter de Rivaux and William de Montfort, 'Radulphus
Dungon'. Royal gr. of preb. in St. Paul's in succession to Peter de Rivaux, 2 Nov. 1262
(C.P.R. 1266-72 p. 739; cf. C.P.R. 1258-66 p. 256). Will dated 15 Feb. 1283 (A/66/7).
D. prob. as can. 10 Oct. 1285 (Flor. Hist. 111 64). Commem. 10 Oct. (Obits. II fo.
109v, IV pp. 71, 97). Will proved 2 June 1286 (Cal. of Wills 1 77).
M. William de Montfort
Occ. in cats. between Ralph de Dunion and John de Luco, 'magister Willelmus de
Muntfort' (Cat. I), 'Willelmus de Monford'' (Cat. II). Instal. as can. 31 Oct. 1285
(B.M., Harley MS. 6956 fo. 89v, from missing Liber F). Also dean, el. Oct. 1285, d.
Sept. 1294. Possibly transf. to an unident. preb. before d. (cf. below).
[M. Ralph de Baldock
Occ. in Cat. II between Thomas de Charlton (res. 1327) and Thomas de Astley
(who presum. preceded Charlton). Presum. misplaced (see Le Neve, Fasti 1300-1541
v (1963) 43). Difficult to fit into chronology of preb. unless held it for very short
period between Montfort and Luco. Also preb. of Holbourn and Newington. Also
successively archdcn. of Middlesex, by June 1278; dean, Oct. 1294-Feb. 1306.]
M. John de Luco
Occ. in cats. between William de Montfort and William de Sardene, 'Johannes de
Luco per commut. [Cat. II omits per commut.]'. Presum. transf. from preb. of
Weldland before Apr. 1295. Occ. this preb. c. 1294 (Liber F valor). (fn. 2) Last occ. as can.
28 May 1300 (Westminster, D. & C., Ch. 12325), and 1300 (Reg. W. Greenfield 1, ed.
W. Brown (Surtees Soc. cxlv) 13).