List 14: Prebendaries
Ampleforth

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Diana E. Greenaway

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1999

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'List 14: Prebendaries: Ampleforth', Fasti Ecclesiae Anglicanae 1066-1300: Volume 6: York (1999), pp. 52-54. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=598 Date accessed: 01 October 2014.


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Prebend

Ampleforth (N.R.): cath. held 3 car. in 1086 (Yorks. DB fos. 303, 380v). Heslington (4 car.) and Water Fulford (1 car. 2 bov.) (E.R.): abp.'s 1086 (ibid. fo. 381v).

Chapel of Ampleforth (par. Coxwold) gr. to preb. by prior of Newburgh 1164 × 80, prob. after 1171 (Bodl., MS Dodsworth 91 fos. 7v-8r = EEA XX no. 131).

Land in York (Chs. Vicars Choral no. 415); houses in Petergate by 1241 × 47 (ibid. nos. 405, 408-15, 417).

By c. 1295 preb. consisted of churches of Ampleforth and Heslington, with a manor-house, land and a watermill in Ampleforth, a manor-house and land in Heslington, land in Water Fulford, a manor-house and land in Dunnington (E.R., near York), and a hall in York called le Stanehall in Stonegate (Extents pp. 21-6). Prebendal house prob. now called 'Norman House' in Stonegate (RCHM York V 225).

Vicarage of Ampleforth ord. 28 Dec. 1304 (Misc. Reg. fo. 15r).

Valuation

1291 £40 (Taxatio p. 297a).

Prebendaries

M. Alan

Occ. as this preb. 1167 (Pipe Roll 13 Hen. II (PRS xi, 1889) p. 96), 1164 × 80, prob. after 1171 (EEA XX no. 131), and 1202, prob. after his d. (Pedes Finium Ebor. regnante Johanne [ed. W. Brown] (SS xciv, 1897) p. 45). Occ. as can. frequently, first 1160s (EYC I no. 159), 1161 × 67 (ibid. no. 562), 1163 × 69 (ibid. IX no. 129), last 1189 × 95 (ibid. I nos. 252-3). A pr. (ibid. nos. 157, 252-3). Perhaps to be identified with M. Alan of Melsonby, rector of Melsonby (N.R.) (ibid. V no. 290 and note).

M. Godard

Occ. as this preb. 1219 × 28 (YMF I no. 14; also nos. 13, 15-16). Occ. as can. and penitentiary (penitenciarius, primarius) frequently, first c. 1200 ×c. 1215 (EYC I no. 207), last 17 Nov. 1229 (T. Madox, Formulare Anglicanum (1702) no. 53). Occ. in connection with canonization of St William, 18 March 1226 (CPL I 109 = Reg. Hon. III no. 5867; HCY III 128).

William of York (fn. 128)

Preb. Knaresborough from 1230 (list 31). First occ. as this preb. 28 Sept. 1235 (PRO C.66/28 m. 3d; C. A. F. Meekings, Studies in 13th-Century Justice and Administration (1981) paper XI pp. 161-8, 175-8). Also occ. as this preb. 14 March 1239 (YMF I no. 17). Occ. as can. of York, disp. for plurality 25 Feb. 1238 (CPL I 168 = Reg. Grég. IX no. 4099). Also provost of Beverley by 1240 (Beverley Fasti p. 6); preb. of Lincoln and London (1 Fasti III 150, I 61, 66). Many other benefices (see YMF II 150-3). Royal justice 1231-47 (Meekings, loc. cit.; Turner, Judiciary p. 302 and index). Bp. of Salisbury, el. 8 Dec. 1246, cons. 14 July 1247 (1 Fasti IV 4).

M. Henry of Lavagna (fn. 129)

Named as former preb. c. 1295 (Extents p. 21). Presum. gained preb. temp. pope Innocent IV (1243-54) or, more likely, during legation in England of cardinal Ottobono (Oct. 1265-July 1268, Councils & Synods II 725), both of whom were his kinsmen. D. before 3 June 1287 (Reg. Romeyn I 364). Presum. related to Albert of Lavagna, preb. Dunnington (list 24) and M. Percival (Fieschi) of Lavagna, preb. Wistow (Reg. Romeyn I 365 n.; list 49).

M. William de Luda (of Louth) (fn. 130)

At Curia 1272; kg.'s clerk, keeper of wardrobe (Tout, Chapters II 14, 15, VI 26). Preb. of Beverley by royal coll. 1 Aug. 1279 (CPR 1272-81 p. 323; Beverley Fasti pp. 101-2). Abp.'s coll. to this preb. in succession to M. Henry of Lavagna, mandate to install dated 3 June 1287 (Reg. Romeyn I 364). Also dean of St Martin le Grand, London; archdcn. of Durham (1 Fasti II 39); preb. of Lincoln, London (ibid. III 92, I 65) and Wells. Other benefices (see Reg. Romeyn I 364 n.). Bp. of Ely, el. 12 May 1290, temps. 30 May, cons. 1 Oct. (1 Fasti II 47). Res. his preb. of Beverley before 6 Aug. 1290 (Reg. Romeyn I 389).

M. William Burnel (fn. 131)

Already a pluralist, under 25 years of age, not a pr., disp. 20 Nov. 1289 (CPL I 506 = Reg. Nic. IV no. 1720, where his benefices are named); prob. same as William Burnel, clerk, pres. by countess of Aumale to church of Harewood (W.R.), mandate to induct 19 Nov. 1280 (Reg. Wickwane p. 29). Gr. by abp. of next vacant canonry 27 Feb. 1290 (Reg. Romeyn I 384). Abp.'s coll. to this preb., if vacant, 13 May 1290 (ibid. p. 385). Papal indult to retain several benefices with preb. of York 15 Sept. 1290 (CPL I 517-18 = Reg. Nic. IV no. 3279; cf. CPL I 530 = Reg. Nic. IV no. 4584, of 11 March 1291). Occ. as this preb. 1292 (Notes on Religious ... Houses of Yorkshire, ed. W. P. Baildon, I (YRS xvii, 1895) p. 247) and 16 Apr. 1299 (Reg. Newark p. 217). Also dean of Wells, archdcn. of Taunton, preb. of Exeter, Lichfield, Llandaff, St Davids, St Omer and Salisbury (1 Fasti IV 46, 78). Still preb. of York 8 March 1303 (CPL I 609 = Reg. Bon. VIII no. 5216). D. as this preb. before 6 Nov. 1304 (Reg. Corbridge II 168; cf. CPR 1301-07 p. 310). Nephew of Robert Burnel, archdcn. of York (list 9), bp. of Bath and Wells (1275-92) (see Oxford Deeds of Balliol College, ed. H. E. Salter (Oxford Hist. Soc. lxiv, 1913) pp. 91-137).

Footnotes

128 For his career, see DNB s.n. William.
129 Near Genoa, Italy.
130 Presum. Louth, Lincs.; see B. O. E. Ekwall, Studies on the Population of Medieval London (Stockholm, 1956) p. 183. For his career, see Biog. Ox. III 2191.
131 For his career, see Biog. Ox. I 316-17, and cf. History of the University of Oxford I, ed. J. I. Catto (Oxford, 1984) 229 and n., 276, 278, 293, 505.