Prebendaries
Eastharptree

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Diana E. Greenway

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2001

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'Prebendaries: Eastharptree', Fasti Ecclesiae Anglicanae 1066-1300: volume 7: Bath and Wells (2001), pp. 52-53. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=34380 Date accessed: 26 July 2014.


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LIST 38 PREBENDARIES OF EASTHARPTREE

PREBEND

East Harptree (Som.): held by Azelin as tenant of Geoffrey bp. of Coutances in 1086 (DB I 88a).

Church of East Harptree gr. as preb. by William son of William Fitz John June 1174 × c. 1185 (Cal. I 68-9), (fn. 165) conf. by bp. Reginald May/June 1176 × late 1189 (EEA X no. 153), and c. 1189 × 27 Nov. 1191 (ibid. no. 158; cf. Cal. I 68, ch. of William of Harptree son of William son of William Fitz John); royal conf. 26 Nov. 1189 (Cal. I 308). Papal conf. 5 June 1190 (PUE II no. 256).

Valuations 1291 £8 (Taxatio p. 200a); 1299 20m (Cal. I 255).

PREBENDARIES

M. Louis of Beaumont (fn. 166)

First certain occ. as can. of Wells, papal disp. for plurality 30 Sept. 1291 (CPL I 544 = Reg. Nic. IV no. 6172), but presum. to be identified with the otherwise unknown Louis de 'Bello campo' who occ. as can., on prec.'s side, 11 Oct. 1284 (below, app. 4 no. 30). Also preb. of York, coll. 28 Feb. 1286 (1 Fasti VI 55-6, 100); treas. of Salisbury by 27 Dec. 1293 (ibid. IV 23, 54, 59); preb. of Le Mans (CPL I 544 = Reg. Nic. IV no. 6172). Bp. of Durham, prov. 9 Feb., temps. 4 May 1317, cons. 26 March 1318, d. 24 Sept. 1333 (2 Fasti VI 107). This preb. vacant by his cons. (ibid. VIII 45). Brother of M. Charles of Beaumont, unident. preb. (list 67).

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165 Temp. Richard archdcn. [of Taunton], list 12.
166 Son of Louis vicomte of Beaumont (Maine) and therefore cousin of queen Eleanor, Comp. Peer. II 59 n. For his career, see DNB. His proctor-general, William le Peilure, was appd. sheriff of Wilts. and Som. 2 March 1297, CCR 1296-1302 p. 94.