Volume VI
7 Clement VI

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W. H. Bliss (editor)

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1896

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159-161

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'Volume VI: 7 Clement VI', Petitions to the Pope: 1342-1419 (1896), pp. 159-161. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=92369 Date accessed: 23 July 2014.


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7 Clement VI

1349.(f. 128.)
Philippa, queen of England. On behalf of her clerk, Richard de Aston, for the archdeaconry of Cashel, void by the consecration of Thomas Mayher Wel, archbishop of Tuam, notwithstanding that he has the parish church of Skelton, in the diocese of Carlisle, value 30l. and expects, by papal provision, a dignity or prebend of Hereford and Lichfield. Granted. Avignon, 3 Non. Feb.
(f. 128d.)
John de Nottingham, M.A. and student of theology. For a benefice in the gift of the bishop of Ely, value 40l. with cure of souls, or 30l. without. Granted. Avignon, 3 Non. Feb.
(f. 132.)
King Edward. On behalf of John de Bokyngham, chamberlain of the king's exchequer, for a canonry and prebend, void or to be void by the consecration of John de Offord, archbishop of Canterbury elect and confirmed; or for the archdeaconry of Nottingham, in the diocese of York, void by papal provision to Anibaldus, bishop of Tusculum, of the treasurership of York.
Granted for a canonry, with expectation of a prebend. Avignon. 2 Kal. Feb.
Ibid.
John de Bokynham, Valentine Becke, Thomas Charves, John Drayton, John Cleangre, Robert de Lincolia, and their wives; Richard Eccleshale, Agnes Pynnyl, Thomas de Tughall, Gervase de Clifford, Peter de Duisfeld, John de Lucton, Beatrice de Drayton, Oliver de Drayton, Adam de Craholm, Alice de Padinere, Cristiana Benet, John Herward, his wife, Alexander de Cantebrugg, John de Salesburie, William Craucombe. For plenary indulgences.
Granted. Avignon, 2 Kal. Feb.
(f. 132d.)
William de Bergeveney, S.T.P. and lately chancellor of the university of Oxford, for the canonry and prebend of Wells, void by the confirmation of Master John de Offord, archbishop elect of Canterbury; notwithstanding that he has the church of Stakepol Elidir, in the diocese of St. Davids, value 20l. and expects canonries and prebends of Chichester and Llandaff, about which he has a suit in the papal court, and a dignity, priory, or office in the said church of Llandaff.
Granted. Avignon, 5 Kal. Feb.
(f. 136.)
John Cudington, of the diocese of Lincoln. For a benefice to the value of 20l. with cure of souls, or 18l. without, in the gift of the prior and brethren of St. John of Jerusalem.
Granted. Avignon, 2 Kal. Feb.
(f. 136d.)
William de Boon (Bohun), earl of Northampton, and Elizabeth his wife and their children. That they may choose a confessor, who shall absolve them in all cases except those reserved to the pope.
Granted. Avignon, 3 Non. Feb.
Ibid.
Walter de Tramleyn, of the diocese of Exeter. For a benefice in the gift of the abbot and convent of St. Edmunds, value 40l. with cure of souls, 30l. without. Granted. Avignon, 3 Non. Feb.
(f. 137d.)
Robert Stanton, a Friar Minor, envoy de voce of queen Philippa. On behalf of Roger Holm, for the canonry and prebend of Lincoln, void by the death of Brunus de Indico, even if they are specially reserved to the pope; notwithstanding any unlawful holder of the same, and also that Roger has papal provision of a canonry and prebend of Winchester, which he has not yet obtained, and expects a benefice in the gift of the abbot and convent of Ramesey, in the diocese of Lincoln. Granted. Avignon, 3 Non. Feb.
(f. 143.)
Mary de Sancto Paulo, countess of Pembroke. Touching the abbess and convent of the Minoresses of Waterbeche, in the diocese of Ely, with whose consent a new monastery of the said order has been founded by her and her husband, Aymer de Valentia, earl of Pembroke, on their manor of Deneye, in the said diocese, to which the abbess and the greater part of the nuns removed. The rest refused to transfer themselves, lest the old monastery should pass into the hands of laymen or others with consent of the king and the minister general and provincial of the Friars Minors. Those who were left elected a new abbess, and received other nuns to the prejudice of the said countess and injury of the new monastery. The countess prays the pope to compel them to transfer themselves to the new monastery.
To be done by the diocesan, if the facts are as stated. Avignon, 3 Non. Feb.
Ibid.
The same. For licence to give licence to the said abbess and convent of the new monastery to grant the site of the first monastery to the Friars Minors, to be held by them in perpetuity.
Granted. Dated as above.
(f. 143d.)
Mary de Sancto Paulo, countess of Pembroke. On behalf of her clerk, John Garsini Tarsini of Bechrine, in the diocese of Arras, who was for ten years with Master Bernard Sistre, papal nuncio in England, for a benefice in the gift of the bishop, dean, or canons of Arras, value 50 pounds of Paris, notwithstanding that he has a suit about the parish church of Waltham, in the diocese of Winchester, given him by papal letters. Granted. Avignon, 3 Non. Feb.
Ibid.
The same. On behalf of her clerk, Peter de Thakstede, of the diocese of London, to whom the pope, on the 8 Kal. Nov. in the first year of his pontificate, made provision of a benefice in the gift of the bishop of Norwich, when the said Peter became twenty-two years old, that he may accept the said benefice being under age.
Granted. Dated as above.
Ibid.
The same. On behalf of her clerk, Richard de Morton, who is under age, for a benefice in the gift of the abbot and convent of Crowland. Granted. Dated as above.