Prebendaries
Thame

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Joyce M. Horn & David M. Smith

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1999

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'Prebendaries: Thame', Fasti Ecclesiae Anglicanae 1541-1857: volume 9: Lincoln diocese (1999), pp. 121. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=35216 Date accessed: 21 September 2014.


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PREBENDARIES OF THAME

Preb. valued c. 1535 at £82 12s 2d (Valor II 168).

George Heneage B.Cn.L. 1536-1547.

Coll. 19 Nov. 1536 (Reg. XXVII f. 12). Instal. in person 25 Nov. (CA 1536-47 pp. 1-2). Sold preb. to Sir John Thynne and Robert Keleway, esquire, their heirs and assigns, 16 Nov. 1547; conf. by bp., dean and chapter 16 Feb. 1548 (CA 1547-59 pp. 33-4). (fn. 1)

At a visitation in 1718, the dean and chapter reported that there had been no collation to it since 1660 (Lincoln Cath. Statutes III 656).

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1. It was reported 2 May 1665 that the £7 annuity or annual pension and other dues payable to the chapter under the agreement of 1548 had not been paid recently; the chapter agreed for the dean to obtain a copy of the deed of sate from the court of chancery where it was enrolled and to show it to counsel learned in the law, to be advised what legal course should be taken for the recovery of the dues (A/3/9 f. 245).