Archdeacons
without territorial title

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Diana E. Greenway

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2001

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'Archdeacons: without territorial title', Fasti Ecclesiae Anglicanae 1066-1300: volume 7: Bath and Wells (2001), pp. 25-26. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=34350 Date accessed: 26 November 2014.


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LIST 9 ARCHDEACONS WITHOUT TERRITORIAL TITLE

Benselin or Benthelin

Occ. 1086 without title (DB I fos. 89c Benthelmus, 70a Benzelinus, 160b Benzelinus), but called archdcn. in Exon DB (DB III (1816) 147 Benthelinus; see VCH Som. I 531). Occ. as Benzelinus archdcn. July 1088 × 1106 (EEA X no. 2 = T. Madox, Formulare Anglicanum (1702) no. 494).

Gerbert

First occ. July 1088 × 2 Aug. 1100 (Chart. Bath I 38 (no. 34)). (fn. 94) Occ. July × 23 Sept. 1106 together with Walkerius and Robert archdcns. (EEA X no. 3). Occ. 30 June ? 1120 (Chart. Bath I 51 (no. 49)), (fn. 95) called archdcn. of Bath, together with Arald archdcn. (below) and Joel archdcn. of Salisbury (for whom see 1 Fasti IV 24).

Walkerius

Occ. once only, July × 23 Sept. 1106, together with Gerbert and Robert archdcns. (EEA X no. 3).

Robert

Occ. once only, July × 23 Sept. 1106, together with Gerbert and Walkerius archdcns. (EEA X no. 3).

Arald

First occ. 30 June ? 1120, together with Gerbert archdcn. of Bath (above) (Chart. Bath I 51 (no. 49)). Occ. 4 Apr. 1122, together with John archdcn. (ibid. p. 55 (no. 54)). Occ. 14 June 1133 (EEA XI no. 18, as Herald archdcn. of Bath). Occ. early 1130s, before March 1136, together with John archdcn. (ibid. X no. 7, for which see below, app. 1 n. 2).

John

First occ. 4 Apr. 1122, together with Arald archdcn. (Chart. Bath I 55 (no. 54)). Occ. 1133 × 51, called 'de Bada' (cart. Thorney, CUL Add. 3020 fos. 167v-168r). Occ. early 1130s, together with Arald archdcn. (EEA X no. 7, for which see below, app. 1 n. 2). D. 16 Aug. 1135 × 22 March 1136 (Historiola pp. 23-4). Son of Hildebert, bp. John of Tours' steward, whom he succeeded as provost of cans. (ibid. p. 22). Brother of Reginald prec. (ibid. p. 23). Nephew of bp. John (EEA X no. 46).

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94 Temp. bp. John and kg. William.
95 The date given in the text is 'Mense iunio in crastino festivitatis apostolorum Petri et Pauli' [30 June] and the year 'Mcxxi'. But the latest date must be 30 June 1120, as William the son of Henry I, who was still alive at the time of the charter's issue, died 25 Nov. 1120.