Volume XXXVIII
1 Urban V

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'Volume XXXVIII: 1 Urban V', Petitions to the Pope: 1342-1419 (1896), pp. 445-465. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=92394 Date accessed: 17 April 2014. Add to my bookshelf


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(f. 4.)
The abbot of St. Mary's, York. Whereas, by reason of the epidemic and pestilence, there is a great scarcity of priests, he prays for faculty to dispense six of his monks under age, to be ordained.
Granted. Avignon, 3 Non. Aug.
(f. 6.)
Adam Franceis, citizen of London. He has built a chapel of the Holy Ghost near the monastery of the nuns of St. Helen, and prays for an indulgence of one year and forty days to those who visit the said chapel at Christmas, the Circumcision, Epiphany, Easter, Ascension, Trinity Sunday, Corpus Christi, Pentecost, the Invention and Exaltation of the Cross, and All Saints, in perpetuity.
Granted. Avignon, 4 Non. Aug.
(f. 11.)
Roger the sub-prior of Innocence, near Athluayn, of the order of Cluny, in the diocese of Elphin, and the convent of the same. Signification that on the death of prior Matthew, 4 Kal. Sept. 1362, they proceeded to elect a successor, and on the 18th of October chose by postulation William Othomolteys, or Othomoboyg, the cellarer, he being of lawful age, a priest, of good life, and competent, but the son of a priest. The election was published by brother Donatus Offalluyn. They pray for confirmation of the said postulation, the said defect of birth notwithstanding, there being a notorious lack of fit persons in Ireland of their order. Granted. Avignon, 6 Id. Aug.
[Marginal note.] ‘Sexto,’ the writer's mistake.
1363.(f. 24.)
John de Stanton, a sub-deacon, holding a parish church. Whereas there arose between his brother and another a dispute, in which both drew their swords, and he, borrowing a sword, went to his brother's help, on which the adversary fled and fell, and was then killed by his brother with a knife; he prays for rehabilitation and dispensation to be promoted to higher orders, and to hold a benefice.
Granted for minor orders, and to hold a benefice without cure of souls. Avignon, 5 Id. Aug.
(f. 26d.)
Nicholas de Lovayns, knight of the king's chamber. On behalf of his clerk, Michael de Ravendale, for the church of Hornsee, in the diocese of York, void by the death of cardinal Raymond de Fargiis; notwithstanding that he has the church of Hemingford, in the diocese of Lincoln. Granted. Avignon, 3 Id. Aug.
The same. On behalf of his clerk, John Gucock, for a canonry of Southwell, with expectation of a prebend, notwithstanding that he has the vicarage of Greenwich, in the diocese of Rochester.
Granted. Dated as above.
(f. 34.)
David, king of Scotland. Signification that the pope gave a canonry of Glasgow, with expectation of a prebend, to the king's chaplain, John de Touirgayth, and a dispensation to him as the son of a priest, so as to enable him to hold an additional benefice together with the church of Drunnok in the said diocese; and it is doubted whether he ought to mention a certain hospital, having a parish church annexed, provision of which has been made to him by a layman, and which he does not believe to be an ecclesiastical benefice, since on his institution thereto by the ordinary he was not inducted, nor did he obtain possession by reason of the English (propter Anglicos), and which he has resigned. The king therefore prays the pope to validate the aforesaid grant, as though mention had been made in it of the hospital.
Granted. Avignon, 2 Id. Aug.
(f. 35.)
Robert de Stowe, monk of the Cistercian monastery of Bruerne. Signification that he obtained the office of proctor for two years in the papal court for the possessor in a cause of spoliation against a deposed abbot of the said monastery, and from lack of acts and muniments of the deposition he remains as despoiled, having been lately restored by the pope. He prays that, inasmuch as he shrinks from the odium of the said restoration, the pope would transfer him to another monastery of the same order, in which he could peaceably live out his life, and be treated with charity.
Granted. Avignon, 2 Id. Aug.
Ibid.
John de Raggeleye, donsel, of the diocese of Worcester. For plenary remission at the hour of death to himself and Isabella his wife.
Granted. Avignon, 3 Kal. Sept.
(f. 36.)
John de la Axte, B.C.L. priest, of the diocese of St. Davids. For a beenfice, value 40l. with cure of souls, or 30l. without, in the gift of the prior and chapter of Winchester, notwithstanding that he has the church of Llannedey, in the said diocese, value 10 marks.
Granted, and he is to resign the church. Avignon, 17 Kal. Sept.
(f. 41.)
Roll of the English:—
John Gelle of Neacton, priest, of the diocese of York. For a benefice in the gift of the abbot and convent of Westminster.
Thomas de Eltonhed, clerk, of the diocese of Lichfield. For a benefice in the gift of the prior and convent of St. Mary Overee, in the diocese of Winchester, notwithstanding that he is litigating in the papal palace about a canonry and prebend of Penkerche, in the diocese of Lichfield.
Let him have what he wants, and then give up the litigation.
John Stote, priest, of the diocese of Wells. For a benefice in the gift of the prior and convent of Lenton.
John de Thelwall, clerk, of the diocese of Lichfield. For a benefice in the gift of the prior and convent of St. Mary's, Lancaster, notwithstanding that he is litigating in the papal palace about the church of Tychewell, in the diocese of Norwich.
Let him have what he wants, and then give up the litigation.
Stephen Bareth, clerk, of the diocese of St. Davids. For a benefice in the gift of the dean and chapter of St. Davids.
Alexander Gilles, priest, of the diocese of Canterbury. For a benefice in the gift of the archbishop, prior, and chapter of Canterbury, notwithstanding that he has been litigating for seven years in the Roman court touching the vicarage of Osproring, in the said diocese, of which he has been despoiled. He is ready to resign the suit and benefice.
Have what you ask, and then resign the suit.
(f. 41d.)
John Neweman, priest, of the diocese of London. For a benefice in the gift of the prior and convent of St. Botulph's, Colchester, notwithstanding that he has the church of Colchester, value 13s. 4d. which he is ready to resign.
William de Bramham, clerk, of the diocese of York. For a benefice in the gift of the provost of St. John's, Beverley.
Robert de Holwe of Erpingham, priest, of the diocese of Norwich. For a benefice in the gift of the prior and chapter of Norwich.
John de Winston, clerk, of the diocese of Durham. For a benefice in the gift of the archbishop of York.
Let him have a canonry of Derlington, in the diocese of Durham, with expectation of a prebend.
William de Hodington, priest, of the diocese of Worcester. For a benefice, value 20l. with cure of souls, or 15l. without, in the gift of the abbot and convent of St. Werburgh's, Chester.
Stephen de Pecrestre, priest, of the diocese of Norwich. For a benefice in the gift of the bishop, dean, and chapter of Chichester.
Thomas Fower of Peterborough, clerk. For a benefice in the gift of the abbot and convent of Peterborough.
(f. 42.)
John Stok of Bridlington, priest. For a benefice in the gift of the abbot and convent of Bardenay.
Thomas Page, clerk, of the diocese of Norwich. For a canonry of St. John's, Chester, with expectation of a prebend.
Ralph Fyn, priest, of the diocese of Lincoln, socius of Sir Thomas de Paxton, auditor of the papal palace. For a benefice, value 20l. in the gift of the prior and Augustinian convent of Laund.
Henry Gardener, clerk, of the diocese of Chichester. For a benefice in the gift of the archbishop of York.
Let him have a canonry of Vorton (Norton), in the diocese of Durham, with expectation of a prebend.
Gilbert de Rughton, priest, of the diocese of Lincoln. For a benefice in the gift of the prior and Augustinian convent of Kime.
Robert Juggel, priest, of the diocese of Lichfield. For a benefice in the gift of the prior and convent of Repington.
Robert Brudecumbe, priest, of the diocese of Salisbury. For a benefice in the gift of the abbot and convent of Hyde.
(f. 42d.)
John Falwne, priest, of the diocese of Lincoln. For a benefice in the gift of the prior and convent of Walingford.
Henry de Welincton, priest, of the diocese of Hereford. For a benefice in the gift of the abbot and convent of Walden.
Richard Barret, priest, of the diocese of Lichfield. For a benefice in the gift of the prior and Augustinian convent of Norton.
Robert Korrok, priest, of the diocese of Durham. For a benefice in the gift of the abbot and convent of St. Mary's, York, notwithstanding that he is litigating in the Roman court about the church of Crusegrave (Musgrave), in the diocese of Carlisle.
Henry atte Water, priest, of the diocese of Lincoln. For a benefice in the gift of the abbess and convent of Elmstowe.
Roger Wythie, priest, of the diocese of Norwich. For a benefice in the gift of the prior and Augustinian convent of St. Olave.
William de Kilnsee, priest, of the diocese of York. For a benefice in the gift of the provost of St. John's, Beverley.
(f. 43.)
Robert de Ullay, priest, of the diocese of York. For a benefice in the gift of the abbot and convent of St. Albans.
Thomas Cronwyk, clerk, of the diocese of Bath. For a benefice in the gift of the bishop and chapter of Exeter.
Henry Wasche, clerk, of the diocese of Cashel. For a benefice in the gift of the bishop of Ferns.
William de Itringham, clerk, of the diocese of Norwich. For a benefice in the gift of the bishop, prior, and chapter of Christ Church, Norwich.
Edmund Rosel of Cotegrave, clerk, of the diocese of York. For a benefice in the gift of the archbishop of York.
Let him have a canonry of the Holy Angels, York, with expectation of a prebend.
John Oath, clerk, of the diocese of Bath. For a benefice in the gift of the bishop of Worcester.
(f. 43d.)
Richard Herre of Herresholt, clerk, of the diocese of Lincoln. For a benefice in the gift of the dean and chapter of Lincoln.
John Carrok, clerk, of the diocese of Cashel. For a benefice in the gift of the archbishop of Cashel.
David Barwill, clerk, of the diocese of Cashel. For a benefice in the gift of the bishop of Lismore and Waterford.
John Partrych, clerk, of the diocese of Canterbury. For a benefice in the gift of the bishop of Lichfield.
John Meliowr, of the diocese of Norwich. For a benefice in the gift of the prior and convent of Lewes.
Simon de Fareway, clerk, of the diocese of Exeter. For a benefice in the gift of the bishop of Winchester.
Robert de York, clerk. For a benefice in the gift of the bishop, prior, and chapter of Durham.
John Askebarowe, clerk, of the diocese of Lincoln. For a benefice in the gift of the bishop, prior, and chapter of Carlisle.
(f. 44.)
William Person, priest, of the diocese of Salisbury. For a benefice in the gift of the prior and convent of Farle.
Hugh de Felton, clerk, of the diocese of Durham. For a benefice in the gift of the bishop, prior, and convent of Durham.
Henry de Duneston, clerk, of the diocese of Norwich. For a benefice in the gift of the bishop of St. Davids.
John Stainton, clerk, of the diocese of Emly, scholar of canon law. For the archdeaconry of Emly, value 10 marks, void by the consecration of William, bishop of Emly.
Roger Haukesegh, clerk, of the diocese of Lichfield. For a canonry of Wherewelle, with expectation of a prebend.
Robert Beministre, clerk, of the diocese of Salisbury. For a benefice in the gift of the dean of Salisbury.
John Guilot, clerk, of the diocese of Bath. For a benefice in the gift of the bishop of Exeter.
Nicholas Beudenall, clerk, of the diocese of Meath. For a benefice in the gift of the archbishop of Dublin.
Thomas Plesedieu, clerk, of the diocese of Lichfield. For a benefice in the gift of the abbot and convent of Hyde.
(f. 44d.)
Hugh de Bekerton, clerk, of the diocese of Hereford. For a benefice in the gift of the abbot and convent of Lire, in the diocese of Evreux.
John de Biston, clerk, of the diocese of York. For a benefice in the gift of the prior and brethren of the Hospitallers in England.
John Scot of Leverton, priest, of the diocese of Lincoln. For a benefice in the gift of the abbot and convent of Crowland.
John de Wyleghby, priest, of the diocese of Lincoln. For a benefice in the gift of the prior and convent of Caldwell.
William de Derlyngton, priest, of the diocese of Durham. For a benefice in the gift of the bishop, prior, and chapter of Durham.
John Luttrel, clerk, of the diocese of Lincoln. For a canonry of Bosham, in the diocese of Chichester, with expectation of a prebend.
John, son of William Stut of Terford, priest, of the diocese of Lincoln. For a benefice in the gift of the prior and convent of Spalding.
Reginald de Swynemere, priest, of the diocese of Bangor. For the church of SS. Ciricus and Julita, Languily, in the said diocese, value 20 marks, void by the death of the rector so long ago that it has lapsed to the apostolic see.
(f. 45.)
Thomas de Burgo, priest, of the diocese of Emly. For the perpetual vicarage of Kylkyde, in the diocese of Limerick, value 4 marks, void by the death of Thomas so long ago that it has lapsed to the apostolic see, notwithstanding that it is detained by another.
John de Karleton near Thresk. For a benefice in the gift of the abbot and convent of St. Mary's, York.
John Porter of Hexham. For a benefice in the gift of the bishop, prior, and chapter of Carlisle.
Simon de Dodington, bachelor of canon law, priest, of the diocese of Canterbury. For a benefice in the gift of the abbot and convent of St. Bertinus, St. Omer.
Richard de Derby, priest. For a canonry of Southwell, with expectation of a prebend, notwithstanding that he is litigating in the papal palace about the archdeaconry of Nottingham.
(f. 45d.)
William Barbour, priest, of the diocese of Canterbury. For a benefice in the gift of the prioress and convent of Sheppey.
Granted for all the above-named, with the additions and subtractions made. Avignon, 17 Kal. Sept.
(f. 51d.)
Whereas grants were lately made by the pope to Richard de Lutteford and William de Pikwell, the king's clerks, they pray that their examination may be committed to the official of the court of Canterbury.
Granted, if they be the king's clerks. Avignon, 6 Kal. Sept.
(f. 52.)
Thomas Yonge, clerk, of the diocese of Wells, licentiate in canon and civil law, official of the court of Canterbury. For confirmation to him of the chancellorship of London, notwithstanding certain reservations to the apostolic see, and that he has a canonry of Wells, and of the royal chapel of Wimborne Minster, and a prebend in both these churches, value together 25l.
Granted, and let him resign one of the prebends. Avignon
, 12 Kal. Sept.
(f. 56.)
Roger Russell, monk of Russin, in the diocese of Sodor, already dispensed as the illegitimate son of a married woman. For a further dispensation to be elected to any dignity of his order.
Granted. Avignon, 8 Kal. Sept.
(f. 62d.)
Roll of void benefices in August:—
Simon de Tonebregg, priest, of the diocese of Rochester. For the perpetual vicarage of Kukeham, in the diocese of York, value 10 marks, void by the resignation of William de Slaiteburn, so long ago that it has lapsed to the apostolic see, notwithstanding that he has the church of Excete, in the diocese of Chichester, value 100s., which he is ready to resign.
Ibid.
Thomas son of John de Briston, clerk, of the diocese of Norwich. For the perpetual vicarage of Gilling, in the diocese of York, value 10l. void by reason that Gerlac de Clave, clerk, of the diocese of Spires, has detained it without papal dispensation for so long that it has lapsed to the apostolic see; notwithstanding that Thomas expects a benefice in the gift of the bishop of Durham, which he is ready to resign.
(f. 63.)
Robert de Folby, clerk, of the diocese of York. For the church of St. Mary, Winterbourne Stakelawe, in the diocese of Salisbury, value 15 marks, void by the death of Thomas Henry of Chester.
Ibid.
John de Ulram, priest, of the diocese of York. For the church of All Saints, Usegate, York, value 10l. void by the death of Simon Warde, notwithstanding that he has the grant of a benefice in the gift of the abbot and convent of Wlcteby, in the same diocese, which he is ready to resign.
Ibid.
Robert de Macton, clerk, of the diocese of York. For the church of Thresk, value 20l. so long void that it has lapsed to the apostolic see, notwithstanding that he has the church of Tychewell, about which he is litigating in the papal palace, which he is ready to renounce.
(f. 63d.)
Reginald de Swinemore, priest, of the diocese of Bangor. For the church of Melling, in the diocese of York, value 20l. so long void that it has lapsed to the apostolic see.
(f. 67d.)
Lewelin de Brechonia, canon of St. Davids, bachelor of canon law. For the church of St. Ewddelan, in the diocese of St. Asaph, value 100s. void by the resignation of Theodore, son of John Owen, notwithstanding that he expects a prebend of St. Davids.
Granted for all the above-named. Avignon, 11 Kal. Sept.
(f. 71d.)
William de Holecumbe, clerk of the prince of Aquitaine and Wales. He has a grant of a benefice in the gift of the archbishop of Dublin, and prays that his examination may be committed to some one in those parts, as he is not able to visit the apostolic see.
Granted. Avignon, 3 Kal. Sept.
(f. 78.)
Edward, prince of Aquitaine and Wales. For confirmation of the appropriation of the church of Harewell, in the diocese of Salisbury, made by the ordinary to his chapel in his castle of Wallingford, for the sustentation of a dean, six priests, six clerks, and four choristers.
Let it be exhibited in the chancery and granted. Avignon, 3 Kal. Sept.
The same. On behalf of the steward of his household, Thomas de Felton, knight, and Joan his wife, for a portable altar.
Granted for six years. Dated as above.
Ibid.
The same. For the like on behalf of his chamberlain, Nigel Loring, knight, and Margaret his wife.
Granted for six years. Dated as above.
Ibid.
The same. On behalf of John de Asschton, B.C.L rector of Davenham, in the diocese of Lichfield, for a canonry of Lichfield, with expectation of a prebend. He is ready to resign the church.
Granted. Avignon, Kal. Sept.
Ibid.
The same. On behalf of William Leryng, B.C.L. rector of Landyvnan, in the diocese of Bangor, for a canonry of Salisbury, with expectation of a prebend, notwithstanding that he has also a canonry and prebend of Bangor.
Granted, if he did not take his degree after the pope's accession. Dated as above.
Ibid.
The same. On behalf of Geoffrey de la Hay, rector of Stokton, in the diocese of Norwich, for a benefice, value 40l. with cure of souls, or 30l. without, in the gift of the prior and chapter of Worcester. He is ready to resign the said church. Granted. Dated as above.
Ibid.
The same. On behalf of Thomas Gerlethorp, rector of Cullesdon,in the diocese of Winchester, for a canonry of Chichester, with expectation of a prebend.
Granted, and resign the church. Dated as above.
(f. 82.)
Roll of void benefices in August:—
Roger Ry, of Wodenorton, priest, of the diocese of Norwich, scholar of canon law. For the church of Roddegrave, value 46 marks, void by the death of John de Eye, so long ago that it has lapsed to the apostolic see.
(f. 82d.)
William de Malteby, priest, of the diocese of York. For the church of Sniterlee, in the diocese of Norwich, value 20l. so long void that it has lapsed to the apostolic see.
Ibid.
Andrew de Burwell, priest. For the church of Sutterlee (or Sniterlee), in the diocese of Norwich, value 56 marks, void by the death of Walter Mayner of Silney, so long ago that it has lapsed to the apostolic see, notwithstanding that he has the church of Rishanger, in the said diocese, which he is ready to resign.
Ibid.
Thomas Drapier, priest, of the diocese of London. For the church of Frange, in the diocese of Norwich, value 20 marks, void by the resignation of William de Colney so long ago that it has lapsed to the apostolic see, notwithstanding that he has the church of Hever, in the diocese of Canterbury, value 10l. which he is ready to resign.
(f. 85.)
Roger de Wodenorton (as above). For the church of Roddegrave, value 30l. notwithstanding that in the roll of the cardinal of Urgel he presented a petition for the church of Baddile, in the diocese of Lichfield, and was ordered by the pope to express its value, which he does not know, but hears that it is 12l. and is ready to resign it, as it is remote, and of too small value to support him in his studies.
(f. 91.)
Adam de Thornton, priest, of the diocese of York. For a canonry of Derlington, in the diocese of Durham, and a prebend in the same, value 16l. 13s. 4d. void by the death of William de Kildesby, or in any other way. Granted for all the above. 11 Kal. Sept.
(f. 93.)
Edward, prince of Aquitaine and Wales. Whereas Thomas de Holand, son and heir of Thomas de Holand, earl of Kent, and Alice, daughter of Richard, earl of Arundel, desire to intermarry, but are related in the fourth degree of kindred, a dispensation is prayed for.
Granted. Avignon, 4 Kal. Sept.
The same. Whereas Hugh, son of Hugh, son of Hugh earl of Devon, and Matilda, daughter of Thomas de Holand, earl of Kent, desire to intermarry, but are related in the third degree of kindred, a dispensation is prayed for. Granted. Dated as above.
The same. On behalf of his confessor, Robert de Walsham, for dispensation to hold two benefices with cure of souls, notwithstanding that he has a canonry and prebend of Salisbury, the church of Haselee, the deanery of Wallingford chapel, and a canonry of York, with expectation of a prebend.
Granted, but only one benefice, if it be a prebend, can be held with the said benefices. Avignon, 4 Kal. Sept.
Ibid.
Robert de Walsham (as above). For removal of the clause in the grant of the canonry and prebend of York touching the resignation of the church.
Granted, with the limitation appended to the petition signed to-day. Dated as above.
(f. 95d.)
John Fastolf, donsel, of the diocese of Norwich, and esquire of the earl of Warwick. For a portable altar.
Fiat, et sententias ecclesie Romane per tres menses contra hereticum Bernarbonem prout ad hoc te gratis obtulisti. Avignon, 4 Kal. Sept.
Ibid.
The same John, and his brother Hugh Fastolf. For a plenary remission at the hour of death. Granted. Dated as above.
(f. 96.)
Roll of Edward, prince of Aquitaine and Wales:—
On behalf of his clerk and treasurer, Hugh de Berton, rector of Great Teignton, for a canonry of Salisbury, with expectation of a prebend, notwithstanding that he has also a canonry and prebend of Wingham. Granted, and resign the church.
Ibid.
On behalf of William Oxewik, rector of Herthurst, in the diocese of Norwich, for a canonry of York, with expectation of a prebend, notwithstanding that he has also a canonry and prebend of London. Granted, and resign the prebend of London.
Ibid.
On behalf of John de Stene, rector of Paston, for a canonry of Lincoln, with expectation of a prebend. Granted.
Ibid.
On behalf of Peter de Lacy, rector of Northfleet, in the diocese of Canterbury, for a canonry of Lichfield, with expectation of a prebend, notwithstanding that he has canonries and prebends of Wolverhampton and Biselegh.
Granted, and resign the other prebends.
Ibid.
On behalf of his almoner, John de Gormondchestre, canon of Chichester, for a dignity or office in the same, notwithstanding that he has also the church of Chunnoslend, in the diocese of Exeter. Granted, and resign the church.
Ibid.
On behalf of Alan de Stokes, dean of the chapel of St. Buryan, in the diocese of Exeter, for a canonry of Lincoln, with expectation of a prebend, notwithstanding that he has also a canonry and prebend of St. John's, Chester.
Granted, and resign the prebend of St. John's.
Ibid.
On behalf of Richard Drayton, rector of Clive, in the diocese of Worcester, for a canonry of St. John's, Beverley, with expectation of a prebend, notwithstanding that he is litigating in the papal court about the said church. Granted.
Ibid.
On behalf of Edward Sotheward, rector of Outwelle, in the diocese of Norwich, for a benefice, value 60l. in the gift of the bishop, prior, and chapter of Ely. Granted.
Ibid.
On behalf of Thomas de Sutton, rector of St. Cride, in the diocese of Exeter, for a canonry of Hereford, with expectation of a prebend.
Granted.
Ibid.
On behalf of John de Rugham, rector of Hinton Walri, in the diocese of Salisbury, for a benefice, value 60l. in the gift of the abbot and convent of Peterborough. Granted.
Ibid. On behalf of Simon Clement, rector of Pimperne, in the diocese of Salisbury, for a canonry of York, with expectation of a prebend, notwithstanding that he has a canonry and prebend of Salisbury, about which he is litigating in the papal court.
Granted, and resign the prebend of Salisbury.
Ibid.
On behalf of John de Preston, rector of Walton, in the diocese of Winchester, for a canonry of Wherewell, with expectation of a prebend. Granted.
Ibid.
On behalf of Richard Stokes, rector of Dodecote, in the diocese of Salisbury, for a canonry of Wells, with expectation of a prebend.
Granted.
Ibid.
On behalf of Hugh Bridham, rector of Sutton, in the diocese of Salisbury, for a canonry of St. Davids, with expectation of a prebend, notwithstanding that he has also canonries and prebends of Exeter, and Chilmelegh, and Windsor, and the hospital of St. John at Wycombe, value together 10 marks. He is ready to resign the hospital and the prebend of Chilmelegh.
Granted, and resign all but the church.
Ibid.
On behalf of Thomas Madefray, rector of Bradenessch, in the diocese of Exeter, for a canonry of Exeter, with expectation of a prebend, notwithstanding that he has also canonries and prebends of Wells, and Glasney, and Windsor, value together 24l.
Granted, and resign all but the church.
Ibid.
On behalf of William de Walsham, rector of Bunnebury, in the diocese of Lichfield, for a canonry of Southwell, with expectation of a prebend. Granted.
(f. 97.)
On behalf of William Peykirk, rector of Donington, in the diocese of Salisbury, for a canonry of Dublin, with expectation of a prebend.
Granted.
Ibid.
On behalf of Thomas de Horton, rector of Northmymmes, in the diocese of Lincoln, for a canonry of London, with expectation of a prebend. Granted.
Ibid.
On behalf of Andrew Gerard, rector of Great Henny, in the diocese of London, for a canonry of St. John's, Chester, with expectation of a prebend. Granted.
Ibid.
On behalf of John Carleton, rector of Alington, in the diocese of Lincoln, for a canonry of Lincoln, with expectation of a prebend.
Granted.
Ibid.
On behalf of Edmund de Stafford, B.A. and S.C.L. son of Richard de Stafford, knight, for a canonry of Lichfield, with expectation of a prebend. Granted.
Ibid.
On behalf of Thomas la Warre, son of baron Roger la Warre, for a canonry of Lincoln, with expectation of a prebend.
Granted. Avignon, 2 Kal. Sept.
Ibid.
Roll of Joan, princess of Aquitaine and Wales:—
For a portable altar. Granted.
Ibid.
For licence to choose her confessors. Granted.
Ibid.
That her damsel, Margery de Mere, who can never eat fish, may have milk, cheese, and eggs in Lent.
Granted, on a medical opinion, and if pottage be insufficient for her weakness.
Ibid.
On behalf of Andrew Luterel, and Elizabeth his wife, for a portable altar. Granted for five years.
Ibid.
On behalf of the same, for licence to choose their confessors.
Granted for six years.
Ibid.
On behalf of her clerk, Thomas de la Warre, son of baron Roger, for dispensation that in his twentieth year he may be ordained priest, and hold a benefice with cure of souls. Granted.
Ibid.
On behalf of John de Stene, rector of Paston, for a canonry of Salisbury, with expectation of a prebend. Granted.
Ibid.
On behalf of John de Carleton, rector of Aylington, value 20 marks, for a canonry of Lincoln, with expectation of a prebend.
Granted.
Ibid.
On behalf of John de Chelton of Defford, rector of Yokeshale, value 25 marks, for a canonry of Lichfield, with expectation of a prebend. Granted.
Ibid.
On behalf of William Crouley, for dispensation, that in his twentieth year he may be ordained priest, and hold a benefice with cure of souls. Granted. Avignon, 3 Kal. Sept.
(f. 98d.)
Roll of the king's marshal:—
Thomas, earl of Warwick, and lord of Gower, and marshal of England. For a portable altar for himself and Katherine his wife. Granted.
Ibid.
The same. For licence to choose their confessors.
Granted for ten years.
Ibid.
On behalf of Ralph Basset of Sapcote, knight, aged fifty and more, for a plenary remission at the hour of death. Granted.
Ibid.
For the like on behalf of Elizabeth, lady of Erdington, in the diocese of Lichfield. Granted.
Ibid.
On behalf of William Wenlok, for a benefice, value 20l. in the gift of the abbot and convent of Shrewsbury. Granted.
Ibid.
On behalf of his clerk, Alban de Fen, rector of Necton, in the diocese of Norwich, for a benefice, value 40l. in the gift of the bishop of Winchester. Granted.
Ibid.
On behalf of Robert Mile, rector of Chaddelegh Corbet, in the diocese of Worcester, for a like benefice in the gift of the bishop of Ely. Granted, and resign the church.
Ibid.
On behalf of Richard Colet, for a canonry of Lichfield, with expectation of a prebend, notwithstanding that he has the church of Elmeley Lovet. Granted, and resign the church.
Ibid.
On behalf of William Raggeley, for a benefice, value 40l. with cure of souls, or 20l. without, in the gift of the prior and chapter of Worcester. Granted. Avignon, 3 Kal. Sept.
Ibid.
John de Bellocampo, knight. For licence to mendicant friars to eat meat in his presence, and in that of his wife Elizabeth.
Granted for six years. Avignon, Kal. Sept.
(f. 99d.)
Robert, bishop, and the chapter of Salisbury. On behalf of John Silvestre, licentiate in civil law, for a canonry of Salisbury, with expectation of a prebend, notwithstanding that he has the archdeaconry of Wilts. Granted. Avignon, 3 Kal. Sept.
(f. 100.)
John de Bellocampo, knight, kinsman of the earl of Warwick. For licence that he and his wife Elizabeth may choose their confessors.
Granted for ten years.
Ibid.
The same. For plenary remission to them at the hour of death.
Granted.
Ibid.
The same. For a portable altar. Granted.
Ibid.
The same. Whereas the said Elizabeth's mother is an enclosed Minoress, he prays for licence that she may visit her mother, accompanied by six fit persons. Granted, but she is not to eat or spend the night.
Ibid.
The same. On behalf of his donsel, John Rous, and Christina his wife, for plenary remission at the hour of death. Granted.
Ibid.
The same. On behalf of Henry Walker, for a benefice, value 40l. in the gift of the abbot and convent of Winchcombe. Granted.
Ibid.
The same. On behalf of John Scharp, for a like benefice in the gift of the prior and convent of Great Malvern. Granted.
Ibid.
The same. On behalf of William Person, for a benefice, value 40l. in the gift of the abbot and convent of Hyde. Granted.
Ibid.
On behalf of William Wenlok, rector of Horton, in the diocese of Rochester, for a benefice, value 50l. in the gift of the bishop of Worcester, notwithstanding that he has also canonries and prebends of London, and in the free chapel of St. Mary Magdalen, Bridgnorth, value together 43 marks.
Granted, and resign the church and the [prebend in] the chapel. Avignon, 3 Kal. Sept.
(f. 100d.)
Petitions of the chancellor of Aquitaine for his clerks who serve in the prince's chancery:—
On behalf of John Barnet, B.C.L. archdeacon of Essex, for a canonry of London, with expectation of a prebend. Granted.
Ibid.
On behalf of Thomas Croiser, rector of Repham, for a benefice, value 40l. in the gift of the abbot and convent of Ramesey.
Granted, and resign the church.
Ibid.
On behalf of John Wylleford, rector of Dodington, in the diocese of Ely, for a canonry of St. John's, Beverley, with expectation of a prebend. Granted, and resign the church.
Ibid.
Petitions of the constable of Bordeaux for his clerks who serve the prince:—
On behalf of Alexander Dalby, dean of St. John's, Chester, for a canonry of St. Davids, with expectation of a prebend. Cancelled.
Ibid.
On behalf of John de Coclescote, rector of Swafeld, in the diocese of Norwich, for a canonry of Aberwily, with expectation of a prebend.
Granted.
Ibid.
On behalf of John Broun, for a benefice, value 40l. in the gift of the bishop of Hereford. Granted.
Ibid.
On behalf of John Tinteburi, for a benefice, value 40l. in the gift of the convent of Spalding. Granted. Avignon, Kal. Sept.
(f. 115.)
John de Bellocampo, knight. On behalf of Thomas de Pantton and Alice his wife, for plenary indulgence at the hour of death.
Granted. Avignon, 6 Id. Sept.
(f. 116.)
Whereas the late John de Winewik, treasurer of York, desired to enrich the English church with men of letters, and proposed to found in the university of Oxford a college of scholars who should study canon and civil law, and on becoming bachelors or doctors should lecture in the same; moreover that certain should be there ordained priests; and to this end set aside property for the building of a lodging for the residence of the said clerks and priests, and of a chapel in which the said priests should celebrate divine offices and minister sacraments to the scholars and bachelors; and also bought certain rents and profits for the sustentation of the said clerks and priests, and in his will bequeathed to the said college the patronage of the church of Radcliff-on-Sore, in the diocese of York; the pope is prayed to order the bishop of Lincoln, as ordinary of the place, to see that the heirs and executors carry out the provisions of this will, and to grant faculties for the observance of the statutes and ordinances made in regard to the said foundation.
Granted in regard to the foundation made from the goods of the deceased, but not for the appropriation of the church. Avignon, 8 Id. Sept.
(f. 117.)
Whereas John, duke of Lancaster, and Isabella, daughter of king Edward, petitioned on behalf of John de la Mote, B.C.L. of the diocese of St. Davids, for a benefice, which was granted to the value of 25 marks, they pray for an extension of the value to 40l. especially since the said John is ready to resign the church he has obtained.
Granted to the value of 5 marks beyond that of the benefice already obtained.
[Marginal note.] See f. 36. [p. 447 above.]
(f. 118d.)
Edward, prince of Aquitaine and Wales. Whereas in the grant made to his clerk, William Peykirk, rector of Donington, of a canonry of Dublin, with expectation of a prebend, by inadvertence of the scribe no mention was made of the canonry and prebend of Ludington in Shaftesbury which he has, the pope is prayed to order the omission to be supplied. Granted, and resign it because you were silent.
Ibid.
The same. Whereas in the grant made to William Loring, B.C.L. kinsman of Nigel Loring, knight and chamberlain of the said prince, of a canonry and prebend of Salisbury, it was ordered that the grant was to hold good if his degree of bachelor was not taken after the pope's accession, the pope is prayed to order the removal of the said condition.
Granted. Avignon, 6 Id. Sept.
(f. 135d.)
The bishop and chapter of Salisbury. Whereas Clement VI. under date 8 Id. Sept. anno 11, granted their petition touching the four dignities of the deanery, precentorship, chancellorship, and treasurership, and the prebends attached to them; the dean having been absent for forty years, and the precentor having had the charge of the choir, they prayed for the union to the precentorship of the canonry and prebend of Combe and Harnsham, value 20 marks, which was granted on the first voidance; they now pray that the grant may be expedited in the papal chancery in the name of the present pope.
Granted. Villeneuve by Avignon, 14 Kal. Oct.
(f. 136d.)
Whereas Nicholas Rivel, priest, coming to the town of Coventry, with the consent of the ordinary, proposed to found for his own and his relations' souls' health, a house of Augustinian hermits, he prays for licence to carry out his purpose.
Granted, if the diocesan and university of the place consent Villeneuve by Avignon, 14 Kal. Oct.
(f. 137.)
Thomas de Elyngham, Augustinian canon. Signification that in his eighteenth year he was received into the priory of Tremniale (Thremhall), in the diocese of London, and being professed remained there two years, and was ordained sub-deacon; afterwards he left the priory, wandered about for two years, and without the prior's leave transferred himself to the priory of Yekesworth (Ixworth), in the diocese of Norwich, and was received as a canon, saying nothing about his former profession, and was ordained sub-deacon, deacon, and priest. He therefore prays for absolution from the sentences incurred by his apostacy and being twice ordained sub-deacon, and for dispensation to minister in the orders he has received, and to remain in the priory of Yekesworth. Granted. Villeneuve by Avignon, 16 Kal. Oct.
(f. 138d.)
Duplicate of the petition of the bishop and chapter of Salisbury, (f. 135d.)
Ibid.
William Othomoltyg, monk of the priory of Innocence by Athluayn, in the diocese of Elphin. He has been postulated to the priory, and dispensed as the son of a priest, but as he is the son of a priest who is a religious, he prays that this verbal correction may be made in the papal letter, inasmuch as the fact was known to the postulators and to the postulated. Granted. Villeneuve by Avignon, 11 Kal. Oct.
(f. 140.)
Walter de Baketon, M.A. bachelor of canon law, and official of Simon, bishop of Ely, the king's chancellor. For surrogation to whatever right the late Henry de Harwedon had in the church of Hadenham, about which he was litigating in the Roman court, notwithstanding that the said church has been occupied by another for ten years, or that Walter has a canonry and prebend of Chichester, and a canonry of St. John's, Beverley, with expectation of a prebend, and the church of Wygtresham, in the diocese of Canterbury, which last he is ready to resign.
Granted, and resign also another benefice. Villeneuve by Avignon, 11 Kal. Oct.
(f. 150.)
John de Blockley, rector of Litethurne (Lighthorne), in the diocese of Worcester. Whereas he has been presented by the lay patron to the church of South Luffenham, and collated by the ordinary, and, by reason of his church of Litethurne, resigned South Luffenham, but not into the hands of the ordinary; he prays for rehabilitation, and dispensation to retain Litethurne and other benefices.
Granted. Avignon, 3 Id. Sept.
(f. 160.)
For the archbishop of Canterbury:—
Archbishop Simon. Signification that he, compassionating the desolation of the university of Oxford, founded there a hall or collegiate house of twelve scholars, called Canterbury Hall, and assigned thereto temporal possessions acquired by him, and appropriated to it the church of Pageham of his collation; he therefore prays for confirmation of the said foundation and appropriation.
Granted, except for the appropriation.
Ibid.
The same. For licence to the scholars of the said hall to erect therein a chapel in honour of the Blessed Virgin Mary, and St. Thomas the Martyr. Granted.
Ibid.
The same. That the said hall of scholars may be immediately subject to the jurisdiction of the archbishop, saving that of the chancellor of the university, inasmuch as the place was founded for scholars and scholastic acts alone.
Granted. Avignon, 11 Kal. Oct.
Ibid.
The bishop of Salisbury. Whereas by reason of those who expect benefices by apostolic authority, he is unable to make provision to those who have a degree in theology, or in canon or civil law, he prays for faculty to make provision of six benefices to persons having such degrees.
Express two or three persons, to whom, when named, we will willingly make provision. Villeneuve by Avignon, 14 Kal. Oct.
(f. 167.)
For the bishop of Cathay (Inniscattery):—
Bishop Thomas. For a relaxation of seven years and seven quadragene of enjoined penance to penitents who visit the cathedral on the seven feasts of Our Lord, and on the live feasts of the Blessed Virgin, or those of Corpus Christi, St. Michael, St. John Baptist, the apostles Peter and Paul, All Saints, St. Patrick Senan, to whom the church is dedicated, and St. Brandan, and during their octaves. Granted for a year and a quadragena.
Ibid.
The same. For licence to create two notaries. Granted.
Ibid.
The same. For a plenary remission at the hour of death.
Granted.
Ibid.
The same. Whereas there is great mortality in Ireland, and especially in Connaught (Conachia), Totemoy (Totomonia), Kerry (Kierigia), and Desmond (Dessimonia), he prays for power to absolve at the hour of death all those who labour in the said lands so long as the mortality lasts.
Granted for four months during the epidemic.
Ibid.
The same. Signification that Patrick M'cragh, a Friar Minor, obtained by surreptitious letters, from pope Innocent, the readership and guardianship of Nenach, and has appropriated the same to himself and certain persons of that land contrary to the statutes of his order, to the exclusion of those by whom the place was wont to be ruled. Wherefore the bishop, who was a conventual of the said place, prays the pope to revoke the scandalous appropriation, and to restore the place to the order, subjecting the person by whom the appropriation was procured, and his adherents, to the penalties and statutes of the order.
Granted, if it seem good to the general of the order.
Ibid.
The same. On behalf of Philip White, bachelor of civil and canon law, archdeacon of Lismore, that for three years he may study civil law at an university, and receive the fruits of his archdeaconry while non resident. Granted.
Ibid.
The same. On behalf of David Gower, of the diocese of Limerick, scholar of canon law, for it canonry of St. Patrick's, Dublin, with expectation of a prebend, notwithstanding that he has the church of St. Mary Matfeloun, London, value 10 gold florins.
Ibid.
The same. On behalf of Alan Omolchonarius, Augustinian canon regular, the son of a priest, for dispensation to be promoted to any degree of his order, or to be elected to any dignity, seeing that by reason of the mortality there are few fit and literate persons. Granted. Avignon, 4 Kal. Oct.
(f. 173d.)
Whereas on 15 Kal. Dec. provision was made of a canonry of Southwell, with expectation of a prebend, to William de Ardern, rector of Chesterton, M.A. scholar of civil law, kinsman of the chancellor of the duchy of Aquitaine, and afterwards on 8 Kal. Dec. provision was made to him, being envoy of the university of Oxford, in the roll of the same, of a canonry of St. John's, Beverley, with expectation of a prebend, and whereas there was not and could not be on the roll any mention of the grant in Southwell, the pope is prayed to confirm the said grants. Granted. Avignon, 6 Non. Oct.
(f. 174.)
Whereas a grant of a benefice in the gift of the archbishop of Canterbury was made to Thomas Mount, of Wykham, but by neglect of his proctors there was no mention of his church of Halghisto in the diocese of Rochester, and whereas he has resigned the said church into the hands of the prior of Toget (de Togeto), he prays the pope to validate the said grant. Granted. Avignon, 2 Kal. Sept.
(f. 175d.)
Whereas provision was made of the canonry and prebend of Delbires, in Auckland, value 3 marks, to Roger de Slaiteburn, and whereas he had previously exchanged the perpetual vicarage of Kildewick, value 5 marks, for that of Friskenam, of which, by inadvertence, no mention was made, he prays the pope to order letters to be expedited touching the said grant. Granted. Bated as above.
(f. 177d.)
Whereas on petition of the abbot and convent of Evesham, their privilege touching the blessing of newly elected abbots by any prelate of their choice was confirmed by the pope, and as there was an error in the register, or in the petition, so that the papal letters of confirmation cannot be expedited, they pray for a grant of the same anew, without any confirmation, so that newly elected abbots may be blessed by any catholic prelate of their choice. Granted. Dated as above.
(f. 178.)
Whereas in the provision of the deanery of Cork, value 10l. to William Bula, of the diocese of Killaloe, skilled in medicine, it was not mentioned that the said dignity was elective, and has cure of souls, the pope is prayed to order the said words to be supplied in the letters of the grant. Granted. Dated as above.
(f. 183d.)
Richard de Shamelisforde, of the diocese of Canterbury, M.A. and B.C.L. who has lectured on the Institutes for four years, for provision of a canonry of London, with expectation of a prebend.
Granted for both. Avignon, 4 Id. Oct.
(f.184.)
The bishop and chapter of Salisbury. Signification that their church, by the devotion of kings and nobles, has been sumptuously constructed by builders and architects of repute, but by reason of the faulty foundation, which was laid in a marshy spot, the walls and tower are threatened with ruin, and that since January 1361 there have been unwonted hurricanes in England, so that the building is riven, and the bell tower for the most part fallen; they therefore pray for the appropriation of the church of St. Thomas, value 10l. of the bishop's collation, that they may be able to spend its fruits on the fabric of the cathedral.
Granted for six years from the next voidance of the said church. Avignon, 6 Non. Oct.
(f. 188d.)
The prior and convent of Radeford, commonly called Wirkesop. Whereas the archbishop of York, seeing that there had been appropriated to them the church of Colston commonly called Kercolston, which was confirmed by several popes, and from which in course of time, and by the influence of magnates, they have been deprived, did, with consent of his chapter, re-incorporate the said church, they pray for confirmation of the same.
Exhibit in the chancery, and let it be done. Avignon, 7 Id. Oct.
(f. 191d.)
Robert Sumpter, D.C.L. of the diocese of Exeter, envoy to the pope from the university of Oxford. Whereas in the roll of the said university which passed the pope's hands on 8 Kal. Dec. he was granted a canonry of Exeter, with reservation of a prebend, and obtained one void by the death of Master Robert Hereward, and also the deanery, void by the death of Master Reginald de Bogville, and whereas he doubts whether these were reserved to the apostolic see, he prays for confirmation of the same, the value of the deanery being 94 marks, and that of the prebend 6; notwithstanding that he has a canonry of Salisbury, with reservation of a prebend, which he hesitates to report, inasmuch as the pope made him a special grant of a canonry of Exeter, with reservation of a prebend, on 11 Kal. Dec. which grant he resigned, so that no mention of it could have been made on the roll of the university, which was then already closed and sealed. Granted, if it be otherwise due to you. Avignon, 3 Id. Oct.
(f. 194.)
Edward, prince of Aquitaine and Wales. On behalf of his clerk, Philip de Codeford, D.C.L. precentor of Salisbury, for dispensation to receive the fruits of his office for two years, being non-resident while engaged in the prince's service. Granted. Avignon, prid. Id. Oct.
(f. 205d.)
William Dencort, knight, and baron of England. On behalf of his son Nicholas, scholar of civil law for four years, and now eighteen years old, for a benefit in the gift of the bishop, prior, and chapter of Durham. Granted. Avignon, 14 Kal. Nov.
(f. 207.)
John Godewyk, B.C.L. who for five years has lectured in that faculty and has publicly disputed with doctors of civil and canon law, touching the canonry and prebend of Great Murthon in Hereford, value 30 marks, void by the consecration of Simon de Sudberia, bishop elect of London, although one Thomas Thebaud of Sudbury, a youth, under age and illegitimate, held the same without lawful dispensation at the time of the provision thereof made to the said John. Now one John Bisschopeston, the king's clerk, a non-graduate, holding four or five benefices, value 500 marks, took the said prebend from the said Thomas, who held it when provision of it was made to John in the king's court, asserting that the collation did not belong to the pope, inasmuch as during the voidance of the prebend the temporals go into the king's hands, and no prescription runs against the king. Since, then, Thomas had no title of defence, he gave up his right. The pope is therefore prayed to charitably admit John to the declaration of right belonging to his Holiness, inasmuch as the said John has incurred many expenses in examining the papal registers and in other preparatory measures; and that, notwithstanding that he has a grant of a canonry and prebend of Lincoln, and a benefice in the gift of the archbishop of York. Granted. Avignon, 14 Kal. Nov.
(f. 210.)
John de Irtlingburgh, D.C.L. For a canonry of Lincoln, with reservation of a prebend, notwithstanding that he has the church of Horpol, and the chaplaincy of St. Julian's near St. Albans, value 19½ marks; he is ready to resign the church.
Granted, and resign also the chaplaincy. Avignon, 11 Kal. Nov.
(f. 210d.)
Richard Cauton, B.C.L. of the diocese of St. Davids. For a benefice, value 40l. with cure of souls, or 30l. without, in the gift of the bishop, prior, and chapter of Worcester, notwithstanding that he has the church of St. Bernach-on-Taf, in the said diocese, value 10 marks, which he is ready to resign.
Granted. Avignon, 11 Kal. Nov.
(f. 213.)
The prior and chapter of Durham. Whereas John, archbishop of York, considering that some places and churches in Scotland and near the March belonged to the said prior and chapter, and that the rents and profits of the same, in which a great part of the substance of the prior and monks consisted, were consumed and destroyed by the incursions of the Scots, and that other property of the church had diminished by pestilences and other causes, did, with consent of his chapter, appropriate to the prior and chapter of Durham the church of Hemingborough of their patronage. They pray, therefore, for confirmation of the same.
Exhibit in the chancery, and let it be done. Avignon, 11 Kal. Nov.
Ibid.
The same. For power to dispense twenty-four monks, aged twenty, to be ordained priests, there being by reason of the pestilences a great lack of priests. Granted. Dated as above.
(f. 219d.)
John Silvestre, licentiate of civil law, archdeacon of Wiltshire. For dispensation to study and lecture in that faculty for five years at an university. Granted for three years. Avignon, 4 Kal. Nov.
(f. 222.)
John Chandos, viscount of St. Sauveur, lieutenant in Aquitaine of the king and the prince of Aquitaine and Wales. On behalf of Henry Belle, S.C.L. his secretary for five years, for a benefice, value 40 marks, in the gift of the bishop of Ely. Granted. Avignon, 4 Kal. Nov.
Ibid.
Henry Southdoun, D.C.L. bachelor of canon law, of the diocese of Exeter. For a canonry of Wells, with expectation of a prebend, notwithstanding that he has a portion of the church of Wodysdon.
Granted. Avignon, 4 Kal. Nov.
Ibid.
John Shillingford, D.C.L. of the diocese of Exeter. For a canonry of Exeter, with expectation of a prebend, notwithstanding that he has [an other] portion of Wodysdom. Granted. Dated as above.
(f. 232d.)
John Pikerel, already dispensed as the son of a priest, holding a vicarage in the church of Salisbury, and rector of Waybayouse in the same, value 12 marks, given him by the bishop, which he holds together with the vicarage. For further dispensation to retain the same.
Granted. Composition to be made for fruits if wrongly received. Avignon, 2 Kal. Sept.
Ibid.
John Beaupyre, of the diocese of Worcester, already dispensed on account of illegitimacy, and successively rector of Alwaldeby, and another benefice, and then of Thornescough, in the diocese of York, which he resigned, and then of Ilkley, which he got last December. For dispensation to retain the same, and for rehabilitation.
Granted as above. Dated as above.
(f. 234.)
John Beneyt. For confirmation of the collation of a canonry and prebend of Wells, made to him by the bishop.
Granted as above. Dated as above.
(f. 236d.)
The same. For the same, and prebend of Combe Third, or for fresh provision if reserved.
Granted as above. Dated as above.
(f. 237.)
Philip de Valle. For confirmation of the collation by the ordinary of the archdeaconry of Ardfert, void by the death of Bernard Yconchuyr.
Granted as above. Dated as above.