Prebendaries: Scamblesby (with Melton Ross)

Fasti Ecclesiae Anglicanae 1066-1300: Volume 3, Lincoln. Originally published by Institute of Historical Research, London, 1977.

This free content was digitised by double rekeying. All rights reserved.

Citation:

, 'Prebendaries: Scamblesby (with Melton Ross)', in Fasti Ecclesiae Anglicanae 1066-1300: Volume 3, Lincoln, (London, 1977) pp. 94-95. British History Online https://www.british-history.ac.uk/fasti-ecclesiae/1066-1300/vol3/pp94-95 [accessed 23 May 2024].

. "Prebendaries: Scamblesby (with Melton Ross)", in Fasti Ecclesiae Anglicanae 1066-1300: Volume 3, Lincoln, (London, 1977) 94-95. British History Online, accessed May 23, 2024, https://www.british-history.ac.uk/fasti-ecclesiae/1066-1300/vol3/pp94-95.

. "Prebendaries: Scamblesby (with Melton Ross)", Fasti Ecclesiae Anglicanae 1066-1300: Volume 3, Lincoln, (London, 1977). 94-95. British History Online. Web. 23 May 2024, https://www.british-history.ac.uk/fasti-ecclesiae/1066-1300/vol3/pp94-95.

Prebendaries

PREBEND

Church of Scamblesby (Lincs., manor held by Ivo Taillebois in 1086, D.B. I 350d, and passed into honour of Chester, H.K.F. II 171-2): conf. as preb. by pope 6 Feb. 1146 (R.A.L. I no. 252 p. 199) and 5 June 1163 (ibid. no. 255 p. 205).

Church of Melton Ross (Lincs.) already in existence in 1086 in manor of Erneis de Burun (D.B. I 362b); presum. gr. to cathedral by Geoffrey son of Pain (d. 1135 × 39), or by king Stephen, or by Ranulph earl of Chester 1142 × 46 (cf. E.Y.C. X 26-7, 32-3); conf. as preb. by pope 6 Feb. 1146 (R.A.L. I no. 252 p. 199), but not included in papal conf. of 5 June 1163 (ibid. no. 255); gr. to Warter priory by Robert Trussebut 1176 × 90 (E.Y.C. × no. 32 = R.A.L. II no. 579; cf. E.Y.C. X no. 74); agreement between chapter of Lincoln and chapter of Warter whereby church retained by preb., who was to pay 100s. p.a. to Warter, conf. c. 1190 × 1195 (E.Y.C. × no. 33 = R.A.L. II no. 577; and cf. R.A.L. II nos. 578, 580-1). Case concerning advowson in 1200 and 1201 (C.R.R. I 278, 282-3, 290, 410, 442).

Valuations

1254 £20; 1291 £45 6s. 8d.

PREBENDARIES

? William Trussebut

Presum. d. by Sept. 1185, his unnamed preb. worth 1 mark in year to Sept. 1186 (P.R. 32 Hen. II (P.R.S. xxxvi) p. 83). Does not occ. in L.P. II, of c. 1187. Prob. to be identified with William, son of William Trussebut, who held church of Neuville-sur-Authou (Eure, France), and d. before 1193 (E.Y.C. × 6, 9, 11). As a member of the family of Trussebut, lords of Melton Ross, he may well have held this preb. (cf. above).

? M. William de Firsby

Occ. without title, but perhaps can., c. 1189 × c. 1193 (R.A.L. IX no. 2501, see app. 38). First occ. as can. 29 March 1198 (R.A.L. VII no. 2068, cf. V no. 1683, of 1196 × 1200). Archdcn. of Stow by c. 1200; last occ. after May 1205, prob. after March 1208; had been succeeded by 27 Feb. 1214 (list 14). Occ. in suit concerning advowson of Melton Ross, 1200 and 1201 (C.R.R. I 278, 282-3, 290, 410, 442), so presum. this preb.

Roger of Bristol

Chapl. of Simon of Wells as archdcn. of Wells (Rot. Litt. Claus. I 398b) and as bp. of Chichester (1204-7) (Acta Bps. Chichester nos. 143, 152-4); chapl. of bp. Hugh of Wells, 1212-13. Not called can. 5 Oct. 1213 (W.A.M. 15683). First occ. as can. 5 Nov. 1214 (Liber Ant. p. 73). Occ. as this preb. c. 1215 × 1225 (R.A.L. VI no. 1937). Last occ. 8 Sept. 1227 (B.L., Add. Ch. 21999). D. before 1 June 1233 (R.A.L. II no. 372 p. 72 = Gir. Cambr. VII 226). Often called Roger the chapl. and can. (e.g. R.A.L. × no. 2688, and cf. VI p. 158). Donor of books to the cathedral (Woolley, Cat. MSS. p. ix).

Stephen Surdus

Held this preb., d. at papal court some time before 1 Apr. 1292 (Reg. I fo. 355r).

M. Andrew de Candulphis

Papal prov. to this preb.; proctors appeared before bp. and coll. made 1 Apr. 1292 (Reg. I fo. 355r). D. at papal court c. 10 Aug. 1292 (ibid. fo. 355v).

John de Ver

Coll. by bp. 11 Feb. 1293 (Reg. I fo. 355v). D. by 25 Aug. 1293 (ibid. fo. 356v).

M. Richard de Plumstock (fn. 1)

Thomas son of Peter Conti of Catanzaro (fn. 2)

Plumstock transf. from preb. Thorngate, coll. by bp. 25 Aug. 1293 (Reg. I fo. 356v; list 65). Occ. as can. 18 Oct. 1294 (C.P.R. 1292-1301 p. 122). Preb. claimed by Catanzaro by prov. of pope-el. Celestine V, i.e. 5 July × 29 Aug. 1294; Plumstock's coll. revoked by bp. 21 July 1295 (Reg. I fo. 359v); bp.'s mand. for induction of Catanzaro, 24 Aug. 1295 (Reg. Sutton V 116). But Plumstock retained preb.: occ. as can. 2 July 1300 (Reg. Bon. VIII no. 3669 = C.P.L. I 588), and last occ. in year Sept. 1322-Sept. 1323 (Bj/2/5 fo. 58v). Also can. of Wells. Plumstock d. as this preb. Dec. 1323 (Reg. IV fo. 398v).

Footnotes

  • 1. ? Plymstock, Devon.
  • 2. In Calabria, Italy.