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Dignitaries & canons whose prebends are unidentified: Canons for whom no prebend assigned

Pages 118-138

Fasti Ecclesiae Anglicanae 1066-1300: Volume 4, Salisbury. Originally published by Institute of Historical Research, London, 1991.

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LIST 66 CANONS FOR WHOM NO PREBEND CAN BE ASSIGNED

Adam

Occ. as can. once only, 1155 × 61 (RSO I 218, for date of which see Philip chanc., list 4).

? M. A[dam] de Tilneia

Perhaps can. when occ. c. 1216 (RSO I 256). Clk. of Stephen Langton, abp. of Canterbury; archdcn. of Ely by Apr. 1214, d. 6 Nov. 1219 (1 Fasti II 51; cf. Major, 'Familia' pp. 529-30).

? M. Adam of Waltham

Evidently occ. as can. c. 1225 (Cart. Waltham no. 113, for date of which see above, note to M. Roger de Worth, list 18), but not called can. in other occs. of 1220s (ibid. nos. 133-5, 179, 182, 185).

M. Ailwin

Occ. as can. 1122 or a little earlier, together with dean Serlo (Kealey p. 238). Possibly mag. schol. (list 4; cf. Kealey p. 92).

M. Alexander of Ferentino

Occ. as can. 26 June 1257 (Reg. Alex. IV no. 2003, cal. CPL I 346). Also preb. of London, prov. 1254, occ. 1256-7 (1 Fasti I 34).

M. Alexander Medicus

Occ. as can. several times before Nov. 1184 (e.g., Cart. Waltham no. 111; Cart. Reading II nos. 797-8; RSO I 224; Sar. Chs. p. 43). Perhaps man of same name, not called can., who occ. c. 16 Oct. 1173 (IV/C.3/Potterne/1, pd. with abbreviated witnesses, Sar. Chs. pp. 37-8). Can. and subdean of Wells by 1187 or 1188, dean by 1189 or 1190, last occ. June 1209 and had been succeeded by July 1213 (J. A. Robinson, Somt. Hist. Essays (1921) pp. 65-7). Donor of a cope to Salisbury cath. (RSO II 130, also pd. Ceremonies p. 172).

Alexander de Winesham (fn. 1)

Occ. as can. once only, 7 Jan. 1213/14 (Nova Const.). Prob. related to Ralph de Winesham, bp.'s attorney, c. 1201 (Sar. Chs. pp. 66, 68).

M. Amaury de Bruges

Occ. as can. three times: 1257 × 64, 22 Jan. and 25 Jan. 1263 (Sar. Chs. pp. 334, 338, 340). Prob. to be identified with M. Amaury, who occ. as can., papal disp. for plurality, 23 July 1258 (Reg. Alex. IV no. 2636, cal. CPL I 359).

M. Bartholomew

Bp.'s official, occ. 6 June 1191 (Sar. Chs. p. 49). Occ. as can. once only, July 1190 × May 1191 (RSO I 264). Occ. without title of can. Apr. or May 1193 (Bodl., MS Chs. Oxon. a. 3. 147).

Bartholomew de Kemesey

First occ. as can., acting as dean Adam's attorney, Oct. 1218 × Oct. 1219 (RSO I 356-7). Also occ. as can. on several occasions between 19 Feb. 1222 and 29 Sept. 1225 (Sar. Chs. p. 122; RSO II 37), and as seneschal c. 1226 (RSO I 318). Adm. to preb. Grantham Australis 20 Dec. 1225 × 19 Dec. 1226 (list 32).

M. Clement de Melcheburne (fn. 2)

Occ. as can., M. Clement, 26 Sept. 1236 (Reg. Greg. IX no. 3341, cal. CPL I 158). Prob. to be identified with M. Clement de Melcheburne, who occ. prob. can., 15 March 1234 (Cart. Bradenstoke no. 7; cf. Cart. Glastonbury I p. (xiii) of 12 Sept. 1235; Sar. Chs. p. 303), and with M. Clement, archdcn. of Berks., who occ. 31 Dec. 1236 (list 8).

M. Constantine of Mildenhall

Bp.'s official, 18 Jan. 1262/3 (Sar. Stats. p. 110, also pd. I. J. Churchill, Canterbury Administration (1935) II 58). First occ. as can. 22 Apr. 1265 (Niger fo. 59r-v). Occ. as can. several times. Still official 16 Aug. 1267 (Cart. Bradenstoke no. 9). Also archdcn. of Sudbury by 18 Dec. 1267, last occ. 11 Oct. 1273 (1 Fasti II 71); prob. can. of Wells, occ. 23 Jan. 1275 (Two Chartularies of Bath, ed. W. Hunt (Somt. Rec. Soc., 1893) II no. 325). Gave houses in Close for his obit., mentioned 26 Jan. 1295 (IV/M/theta 5). Perhaps to be identified with M. Constantine, can. of Exeter, commem. 15 Apr. (Exeter obit.: Exeter D. & C. MS 3518 fo. 12v).

Daniel de Ponte

Not called can. when occ. 1174 × 84 in ch. of bp. Jocelin (HMC Wells I 38-9) and c. 1175 × 1184 (Sar. Chs. pp. 43-4). Occ. as can. several times between c. 1175 and Nov. 1184 (e.g. RSO I 224; Notley ch. roll mm. 10, 17). Last occ. 1183 × 84 (Cart. Reading II no. 798). Presum. to be identified with Daniel, who occ. as can. c. 1173 (Cart. Lewes Wilts. no. 47). Donor of a cope (RSO II 129, also pd. Ceremonies p. 171).

Duncan

D. as can. c. Dec. 1185 (PR 32 Hen. II p. 167), but on his several occs. in chs. of bp. Jocelin he occ. as bp.'s chapl., not can., e.g. Dec. 1154 × June 1155 (Sar. Chs. p. 19bis), mid to late 1150s (Mon. Ang. IV 400 (XIII)) and after 1157 (cart. St Cross, Winchester: BL, Harley MS 1616 fo. 12r, pd. Voss, Heinrich p. 158, name wrongly given as 'Dunecitrio'), (fn. 3) and as priest 1147 × 57 (Wilts. RO, Reg. Mitford fo. 153v).

Elias of Bristol

Occ. as can. 7 Jan. 1213/14 (Nova Const.). Excused 15 Aug. 1222 (Sar. Stats. p. 70, also pd. RSO II 18). Perhaps to be identified with Elias, preb. Beminster [II], but if so, either he or Valentine, preb. Beminster [II] must have held a different preb. 15 Aug. 1222, when they occ. together (list 19; cf. Valentine, below).

Elias de Summis

Possibly can. Commem. 22 Oct. (Sar. Stats. p. 12). Presum. related to M. Martin de Summis, preb. Chisenbury, prov. 22 Apr. 1217, last occ. 24 Dec. 1240 (list 27).

Fulk

Occ. as can. twice: Dec. 1154 × June 1155 (Sar. Chs. p. 19) and c. 1163 (ibid. p. 35).

Geoffrey Aguillon

Occ. as can. once only, 1180 × 84 (RSO I 224, pd. wrongly as 'Aquilon'). Also can. of Chichester, occ. before and after 1180 (Cart. Boxgrove nos. 59, 7, 62-4); chanc. of Chichester from between 1187 and 1192 to after 1207 (Acta Chichester p. 212).

Geoffrey de Bedford

Clk., not yet can., 31 Dec. 1236 (Cart. Glastonbury I 63; cf. ibid. p. (xiii) of 12 Sept. 1235). First occ. as can. 20 Jan. 1239 (C. 135, 138). Occ. several times before last occ. 1 May 1245 (Sar. Chs. p. 294).

Geoffrey de Burgh

Archdcn. of Norwich, coll. 14 Aug. 1200 (1 Fasti II 64, but not treas. of Exchequer, as wrongly stated there). First occ. as can. 7 Jan. 1213/14 (Nova Const.). Excused 15 Aug. 1222 (Sar. Stats. p. 70, also pd. RSO II 18). Bp. of Ely, el. May × June 1225, cons. June (1 Fasti II 46).

Geoffrey of Ilchester

Occ. as can. once only, 1213 × Jan. 1215 (Cart. Loders no. 30).

M. Geoffrey de Moritona (fn. 4)

Occ. as can. once only, 3 Sept. 1227 (Cart. St Nich.. p. 15, also pd. Sar. Chs. p. 187).

M. Geoffrey of Rouen

Occ. as can., one of scrutineers at decanal el. 20 Sept. 1220, 'paratus fuit incipere Parisiis in theologia' (RSO II 16). Also occ. as can. 26 March 1222 (RSO I 323, wrongly pd. as 'Bocham', where MS reads 'Rothom").

Geoffrey de Winton

Occ. as can. once only, 7 Jan. 1213/14 (Nova Const.).

M. Gerard La Pucelle

Said to have been can. at time of his el. to bpric. of Coventry, Jan. 1183 (Diceto II 20-1), but does not occ. as can. Clk. of abps. Thomas Becket and Richard of Dover (EEA II pp. xxiv, xxix-xxxi, lxiv, and index sub Gerard; cf. also JS Epp. II index).

Gervase (fn. 5)

Possibly can. when occ. Apr. or May 1193 (Cart. Reading I no. 204).

M. Giles of Bridport II

Occ. as Master, not called can., 22 Dec. 1268 (CPR 1266-72 p. 300). Occ. as can., trespassing in forest of Clarendon, 26 Aug. 1270 (ibid. p. 457).

Godwin

Occ. as can. twice: 1155 × 61 (RSO I 218, for date see Philip chanc., list 4) and c. 1154 (HMC Var. Coll. I 363-4, pd. from IV/C.3/Lavington/10).

Guy

Occ. as can. once only, c. 1173 (Cart. Lewes Wilts. no. 47). See Guy Brito (list 32), with whom he is perhaps to be identified.

[Guy of Fogliano

Can. of Thérouanne, papal mandate 13 Feb. 1248 to bp. to make prov. to him of a preb. or benefice in dioc., a similar mandate to the late bp. [d. 2 Nov. 1246] having been ineffective (Reg. Innoc. IV no. 3789, cal. CPL I 244). Son of William of Fogliano di Reggio, pope Innocent IV's kinsman.]

? Henry Copchief

Donor of a cope, possibly can., before 1214 (RSO II 130, also pd. Ceremonies p. 172).

Henry of London

Occ. as can. once only, 1155 × 61 (RSO I 218, for date see Philip chanc., list 4). Prob. to be identified with M. Henry of London, can. and mag. schol. of St Paul's, London, who occ. c. 1154 and 1157 × 62 (1 Fasti I 18, 92-3).

Henry of Northampton

Not can. when witnessed ch. of bp. Jocelin, c. 1175 × 1178 (Winchester College Muniments 4272) (fn. 6). Occ. as can. once only, 1180 × 84 (Sar. Stats. p. 38, also pd. RSO I 224). Prob. to be identified with M. Henry of Northampton, can. of St Paul's, London, who occ. from before 1174, last occ. c. 1192, prob. d. Apr. 1192 (1 Fasti I 37).

M. Henry de Sandford

Archdcn. of Canterbury by 31 May 1213; bp. of Rochester, el. Dec. 1226, cons. May 1227 (1 Fasti II 14, 77). Occ. as can. once only, 7 Jan. 1213/14 (Nova Const. in C. 479, as H. archdcn. of Canterbury, pd. Sar. Chs. p. 77; initial wrongly given as 'A.' in RSO MS p. 113, pd. Sar. Stats. p. 52 and RSO I 380).

Henry de Wengham

Holding preb. of Salisbury, together with chancellorship of Exeter and deanery of St Martin le Grand, London, on el. as bp. of London 1259 (temps. July 1259, cons. Feb. 1260); disp. to continue to hold these and other benefices for five years, 18 Jan. 1259 (Reg. Alex. IV nos. 2814, 2925, cal. CPL I 364, 366; cf. 1 Fasti I 3).

Herbert Poore (le Poer) alias of Ilchester

Can. when el. bp. 1194, abp.'s conf. and temps. 29 Apr. 1194, cons. 5 June (Diceto II 116; list 1).

Hugelinus de Lavania (fn. 7)

Occ. as can. 2 and 6 March 1297 (CCR 1296-1302 p. 94; CPR 1292-1301 p. 267).

Hugh

Occ. as can. once only, 1209 × 15 (Sar. Chs. p. 75). (fn. 8)

Hugh Bovet

First occ. as can. 1155 × 61 (RSO I 218, for date see Philip chanc., list 4) and c. 1163 (Sar. Chs. p. 35). Under age, succeeded his father in church of Britford, which had been gr. to the communa, but was treated as a preb., for which he had papal absolution 1179 (J. Mansi, Sacrorum Conciliorum... Collectio XXII col. 366; Jaffé no. 14098; for Britford, cf. RSO I 201, 204, 218-19, 222-3, 235, II 33, 74, and Sar. Chs. pp. 232-3). Also in possession of church of King's Somborne, 7 March 1191 (RSO I 262-3, in MS as 'H. Bovet', pd. as 'Henricum Bovet'; cf. ibid. pp. 220-1), in royal manor held by William Briwer (see Cart. St Denys Southampton, ed. E. O. Blake (Southampton Rec. ser. xxiv, xxv, 1981) II no. 336 and n.). Also archdcn. of Bayeux (ibid.; RSO I 235). Last occ. as can. 1197 × 1215 (RSO I 235) and without title, but prob. same man, 26 Apr. 1200 (ibid. p. 240).

Hugh de Cotes

Occ. as can. 27 July 1272 (I/5/D-F/Fordingbridge/12).

? M. Hugh de Greneford

Clk. 19 Feb. 1222 (Sar. Chs. p. 121). Can. Wells 1223 (Sar. Chs. pp. 125, 127; RSO I 328). Perhaps can. of Salisbury when occ. 15 May 1223 (RSO I 330).

M. Hugh de Mortuomari

Occ. as can. 26 June 1257 and 28 June 1260 (Reg. Alex. IV nos. 2003, 3137 = CPL I 346, 373). Also preb. of Lincoln (1 Fasti III 129), London (ibid. I 70), and Chichester; archdcn. of Canterbury 1269 to d. 9 Oct. 1275 (ibid. II 15).

Jocelin

Occ. as can. 1155 × 61 (RSO I 218, for date see Philip chanc., list 4). Possibly to be identified with M. Jocelin (below), but perhaps more likely the nephew of bp. Jocelin, who occ., not called can., 1155 × 65 (II/5/1142x1184).

M. Jocelin

Archdcn. of Lewes (Chichester dioc.), occ. as can. Apr. or May 1193 (RSO I 241, 248). Nephew of Hilary, bp. of Chichester (1147-69); chanc. of Chichester by 1163; archdcn. of Lewes by 1174; d. or res. by 1203 (Acta Chichester pp. 212-14).

Jocelin de Wamberge

Occ. as can. Apr. or May 1193 (RSO I 242, 244, 248). Brother of William de Wamberge (ibid., cf. below).

John

Occ. as can. once only, 1155 × 61 (RSO I 218, for date see Philip chanc., list 4).

John the clerk

Possibly can. when occ. Apr. or May 1193 (Cart. Reading I no. 204).

John the chaplain

Not called can. 28 June 1219 and 31 Dec. 1219 (Sar. Chs. p. 84; IV/C.4/5). Bp.'s datary, not called can. 30 Apr. 1220, 17 Jan. 1222 and 19 Feb. 1222 (Sar. Chs. pp. 99, 121, 122). Occ. as can. Dec. 1218 × Sept. 1220 (ibid. p. 96); 3 Sept. 1221 (cart. Glastonbury: Cambridge, Trinity College, MS R. 5. 33 fos. 121v-122r); 15 and 18 Aug. 1222 (Sar. Stats. p. 70, also pd. RSO II 18; RSO I 339); shortly before 24 Nov. 1223 (RSO I 324); and n.d. (RSO I 318; IV/C.3/Ramsbury/2, of 1217 × 28). Perhaps to be identified with John chapl. of dean Richard Poore, before Jan. 1215 (IV/E.5/Charminster/2). Perhaps also to be identified with John de Meones, can., below.

John Avenant

Occ. as can. c. 1209 (Sar. Chs. p. 73), 7 Jan. 1213/14 (Nova Const.) and 1216 × 20 (RSO I 259).

John de Badde

D. as preb., his preb. coll. to Robert of Ipswich, s.v., 28 Apr. 1274 (CPR 1272-81 p. 49). Not otherwise known, unless to be identified with John, archdcn. of Dorset (list 7) or John le Bel, preb. Slape (list 54).

M. John of Bridport (fn. 9)

Occ. as can. Apr. or May 1193 (RSO I 242, 244, 248). Donor of a cope before 1214 (ibid. II 130, also pd. Ceremonies p. 172).

John de Holteby of la Hurst (fn. 10)

Occ. as clk., not can., 3 Apr. 1250 (C. 267). First occ. as can., disp. for pluralism 30 May 1253 (Reg. Innoc. IV no. 6576, cal. CPL I 287). Occ, several times. Also first warden of De Vaux college, appd. by 12 Nov. 1262 (Wilts. Inquisitiones Post Mortem 1242-1326, ed. E. A. Fry (1908) pp. 37-8). Last occ. 15 Aug. 1269, appointing a proctor to act for him, evidently old or infirm (cart. De Vaux fo. 56r), and had been succeeded at De Vaux by 29 Sept. 1269 (ibid. fos. 134v-135r; and see VCH Wilts. III 384). (fn. 11) Commem. 25 Aug. (Sar. Stats. p. 10). So prob. d. c. 25 Aug. 1269.

M. John de Loterel

Occ. as can. once only, 1288 x 91 (III/Subchanter).

John Maunsel senior

Occ. as can. 2 July 1246 (Westminster Domesday fos. 388v-389r). Also chanc. of St Paul's, London, from 1243; d. c. 20 Jan. 1265 (1 Fasti I 26).

John de Meones

Occ. as can. twice, 1197 x 1215 (Sar. Chs. p. 72) and 7 Jan. 1213/14 (Nova Const.). Perhaps to be identified with John the chaplain, above.

M. John Romeyn

Subdean of York 1228-40, archdcn. of Richmond by 1241, treas. of York by 1254, d. by 2 Jan. 1256 (York Minster Fasti II 30, 47, 24). Papal prov. of next vacant preb. in Salisbury 8 Aug. 1227 (RSO II 81-2). Claimed preb. Bedminster Apr. 1228 and [Ruscombe] before Aug. 1228, but unsuccessful in both (above, lists 16, 51). Presum. to be identified with 'Romanus qui tunc fuit apud Eboracum', among absentee cans. 9 Sept. 1228 (RSO II 104). But no other occ. as claimant to preb. for himself. Claimed preb. for his nephew, Thomas de Sancto Stephano, 26 Jan. 1231, quoting papal prov. of 7 Oct. 1230 (ibid. I 389-90).

M. John of Salisbury (fn. 12)

Can. by Jan. 1164 (Materials for Becket III 46). Also can. of Exeter, prob. by 1160 (cf. JS Epp. I no. 118); treas. of Exeter by 1173 (cf. Cart. Worc. no. 226); clk. and companion of abps. Theobald and Thomas Becket. Bp. Chartres, el. 1176, before 22 July (Diceto I 410-12); d. 25 Oct. 1180.

John Vernun

Clk., not yet can., early 1240s (Sar. Chs. pp. 274, 275). Occ. as can. once only, 31 May 1244 (Sar. Stats. p. 84, also pd. Cart. St Nich.. p. 22).

L-

Penitentiary, occ. as can. once only, 15 June 1263 (B. 450). Perhaps to be identified with the following.

Laurence de Tonbrigg

Occ. as can. twice, 22 Apr. 1265 (Niger fo. 59r-v) and 2 Sept. 1265 (CPR 1258-66 p. 447).

M. Magnus

Occ. as can. 7 Jan. 1213/14 (Nova Const.), 1197 × 1215 (Sar. Chs. p. 73), 23 Jan. 1215 (HMC Wells I 526), and 1208 × 22 (Reg. Malmes. I 445).

M. N- de Cremona

Occ. as can. once only, absent 19 Oct. 1233 (Sar. Chs. p. 230).

Nicholas son of Lambert

Occ. as can. once only, 2 March 1297, with writ to sheriff of Dorset, so perhaps a preb. in Dorset (CCR 1296-1302 p. 93). Godson of bp. Nicholas Longespee and perhaps son of Longespee's alumnus, Lambert (see Longespee's will, EHR xv (1900) 525, 528).

Nicholas de Geynvill

Occ. as can. once only, 18 Oct. 1294 (CPR 1292-1301 p. 122). Also can. of Hereford (ibid.). Royal coll. of preb. of Dublin 22 March 1295 (ibid. p. 132). Described as 'Master', but not called can., going abroad 5 Apr. 1295 (ibid. p. 125).

Nicholas de Hedington

Occ. as can. once only, 1249 × 55 (IV/M/zeta 1). (fn. 13)

M. Nicholas de Hid'

Possibly can. when occ. c. 1180 × Nov. 1184 (Cart. Reading II no. 795).

Nicholas de Wadingham

Occ. as can. once only, 17 Feb. 1236 (Sar. Chs. p. 237). Presum. to be identified with M. Nicholas de Wadingham, chanc. of Lincoln from before 26 Dec. 1238, last occ. 29 Sept. 1264 × 19 May 1265 (1 Fasti III 17).

? Nicholas de Wickhampton

Occ. as can. once only, 1238 × early 1244 (C. 134, pd. Cart. St Nich. p. 16 and Sar. Chs. p. 283), (fn. 14) but perhaps an error for Robert de Wickhampton (list 65).

Nigel

Occ. as can. once only, holding church of Alton (Dorset) as gift of bp., paying 'unum aureum' p.a. to the communa, c. 1155 × 1165 (RSO I 219-20).

Osbert de Inglesham

Occ. as can. twice: Dec. 1154 × June 1155 (Sar. Chs. p. 19) and 1155 × 61 (RSO I 218, for date see Philip chanc., list 4). Occ., not called can., but Master, 1143 × 54 (Voss, Heinrich p. 159, and cf. ibid. p. 165).

? P- de Wilton

Donor of a cope, before 1214, perhaps can. (RSO II 129, also pd. Ceremonies p. 171). Possibly to be identified with M. Peter, who ruled the schools c. 1180 × 1214 (above, p. 18 n. 4), and/or M. Peter Picot, preb. Warminster (list 60), or Peter the pr., can. of Heytesbury, who had land in Wilton, occ. 1141 × 47 (Regesta III no. 793, also pd. RSO I 345-6). Cf. also M. Peter de Winton, not can., who witnessed ch. of bp. Herbert Poore, 23 Jan. 1215 (HMC Wells I 526).

M. Peter of Blois (fn. 15)

Held a preb. worth 5m. c. 1198, but did not reside (PL ccvii ep. 133 cols. 395-6; cf. ibid. ep. 104 cols. 326-7). In service of abps. of Canterbury by 1177, to after 1195 (EEA II pp. xxiii-xxviii, no. 68, III no. 605). Archdcn. of Bath by 1182; archdcn. of London by 1202; d. before May 1212 (1 Fasti I 10). Also can. of Rouen, ? commem. 29 June (see D. Spear, 'Les chanoines... de Rouen', Annales de Normandie xli (forthcoming, 1991)), commem. at Chartres 29 Nov. (Cartulaire de Notre-Dame de Chartres, ed. E. de Lépinois and L. Merlet (3 vols., Chartres, 1862-5), III 215). In 1226 the only preb. in Salisbury assessed at 5m. was Yatesbury, where it is possible that Peter was the predecessor of Hugh of Wells, who was his successor as archdcn. of Bath (list 62).

Pandulph de Sabello

Papal. chapl., first occ. as can., under age, 16 Nov. 1291 (Reg. Nic. IV nos. 6248-9). Also can. of Lincoln (1 Fasti III 69-70) and preb. and subdean of York (York Minster Fasti II 59-60). Last occ. as can. 3 June 1297 (CPR 1292-1301 p. 250). Still alive after Sept. 1297, d. by 9 May 1328 (1 Fasti III 69-70).

Peter de Bedford

Occ. as can. once only, 21 Dec. 1239 (Cart. Loders no. 41).

Peter de Cumba

Clk. from before 1219 (Rot. Welles I 70), not yet can. 31 Dec. 1236 (Cart. Glastonbury I 63). First occ. as can. 25 Jan. 1238 (cart. Llanthony: PRO, C.115/K.2/6683 viii. 72). Occ. several times. Also bp.'s seneschal (Cart. Loders no. 41). Last occ. as can. 26 Nov. 1250 (Reg. Innoc. IV no. 5024, cal. CPL I 266). Possibly preb. of Coombe and Harnham, apparently vacant between 1233 and 1266 (list 28).

M. Peter de Depeham

First occ. as can., disp. to hold additional benefice, 10 June 1247 (Reg. Innoc. IV no. 2842, cal. CPL I 234). Also occ. 25 Sept. 1250 (Reg. Innoc. IV no. 5355, cal. CPL I 272). D. before 24 July 1255 (Reg. Alex. IV no. 655, cal. CPL I 320).

? M. Peter Malesmains (fn. 16)

Perhaps can. when occ. 17 Jan. 1222 (IV/C.4/29, pd. with defective date Sar. Chs. p. 121, also pd., from cart. Malmesbury, Reg. Malmes. I 401).

Philip

Not called can. when occ. c. 16 Oct. 1173 (IV/C.3/Potterne/I). Occ. as can. once only, c. 1173 (Cart. Lewes Wilts. no. 47).

Philip

Occ. as can., pardoned for trespass on ditch at Salisbury, 29 Dec. 1205 (Rot. Litt. Claus. I 61a). Perhaps to be identified with M. Philip de Hauekech', below.

M. Philip de Hauekech' (fn. 17)

Not yet can when occ. c. 1175 x 1184 (Notley ch. roll m. 17). First occ. as can. Apr. or May 1193 (RSO I 248, cf. ibid. pp. 241, 244, B. 70). Occ. not called can., n.d. (Cart. Loders nos. 16, 18), and c. 1201 (Sar. Chs. p. 64). Last occ. 7 Jan. 1213/14 (Nova Const.). Donor of vestments before and after 1214 (RSO II 130, 137, also pd. Ceremonies p. 172, 178).

? Philip de Meis

Donor of a cope before 1214, perhaps can. (RSO II 130, also pd. Ceremonies p. 172). Cf. Philip de Maisi, who occ. as can. of St Martin le Grand, London, 1143 × 58 (Voss, Heinrich p. 150), and M. Roger de Meisi (below).

Philip de Sancto Edwardo

First occ. as can., also bp.'s clk., 1180 × Nov. 1184, responsible for correction of cath. books (Sar. Stats. p. 38, also pd. RSO I 224). (fn. 18) Occ. several times (and cf. Can. Osm. p. 39). Last occ. 7 Jan. 1213/14 (Nova Const.; cf. Cart. Loders no. 30, of after 1213). Donor of vestments and a missal, before 1214 (RSO II 132, 140, also pd. Ceremonies pp. 173, 181). D. by 27 Nov. 1214 (Rot. Litt. Pat. I p. 124b).

R- de Capella

Occ. as can. once only, 2 July 1246 (Westminster Domesday fos. 388v-389r), together with Nicholas de Capella, archdcn. of Salisbury, prob. a relative (list 9).

R- de Merleberge

Occ. as can. once only, 2 July 1246 (Westminster Domesday fos. 388v-389r).

Ralph

Occ. as can. once only, 1189 × 93 (Sar. Chs. p. 46).

Ralph Bardolf

Occ. as can. once only, March 1257 × Dec. 1262 (cart. De Vaux fo. 27r-v).

M. Ralph de Cnowshall (fn. 19)

First occ. as can. 20 Apr. 1230 (Cart. Lacock no. 4; RSO II 120). Bp.'s official, occ. 19 Oct. 1233, 6 Dec. 1235 and 17 Feb. 1236 (Sar. Chs. p. 230; C. 414; Sar. Chs. p. 237). Last occ. as can. 17 Feb. 1236 (Sar. Chs. p. 237; cf. Cart. Bradenstoke no. 7 and Cart. Glastonbury I p. (xiii)).

M. Ralph de Esseburne

Occ. as can. once only, after 21 Dec. 1206 (Rochester Diocesan Records, at Maidstone, Kent Archives Office, 'Liber Temporalium' fo. 132r).

? Ralph Foliot

Perhaps can. when occ. twice in Apr. or May 1193 (PRO, E.326/11830; RSO I 223). Also archdcn. of Hereford by June 1182, to Dec. 1197 or later (see C. N. L. Brooke and A. Morey, Gilbert Foliot and his Letters (Cambridge, 1965) p. 284) and preb. of London (1 Fasti I 64).

M. Ranulph

Occ. as can. once only, 1155 × 65 (Oxford Chs. no. 25). Perhaps to be identified with M. Ranulph of Calne, see above p. 29 n. 4.

M. Reginald de Wilton

Perhaps can. when occ. [1191] (Sar. Chs. p. 50) and Apr. or May 1193 (B. 70).

M. Reiner de Stanf' (fn. 20)

Possibly can. when occ. Apr. or May 1193 (Cart. Reading I no. 204).

Richard

Sheriff of Wilts., occ. as can. once only, Dec. 1154 × June 1155 (Sar. Chs. p. 19). Occ. as sheriff, Ricardus clericus, 1156-62 (PR 2 Hen. II pp. 59, 60; 8 Hen. II p. 11). Possibly to be identified with Richard of Wilton, sheriff 1164- 79, archdcn. of Wilts. from before 1179, to 1189/90 or later, preb. unident. (lists 10, 65).

? Richard

Treas. of Wells (cf. Sar. Chs. pp. 125, 127), perhaps can. of Salisbury when occ. 15 May 1223 (RSO I 330) and 1223 × 30 (ibid. p. 328).

M. Richard de Benham (fn. 21)

Not yet can. when occ. 3 Apr. and 28 Dec. 1241 (Cart. Reading II no. 1203; Cart. Lacock no. 253). First occ. as can. 31 May 1244 (Sar. Stats. p. 84, also pd. Cart. St Nich. p. 22; cf. Cart. St Nich. p. 16, also pd. Sar. Chs. p. 283, of 1238 × early 1244). (fn. 22) Occ. several times. Last occ. 15 June 1263 (B. 450).

Richard de Claia

Occ. as can. once only, Apr. or May 1193 (C. 204, pd. Sar. Chs. p. 46, where name given wrongly as 'Clara'). Also occ., not called can., Oct. 1189 × March 1190 (Cart. Reading I no. 203).

M. Richard de la Cnoll (fn. 23)

First occ. as can. 9 Sept. 1228 (RSO MS p. 160, pd. RSO II 109, where name given wrongly as 'de la Mott'; cf. RSO II 114-16). Occ. several times.

Also rector of Longbridge Deverill (Longleat Muniment 10592 pp. 10, 83, cf. ibid. p. 12). Kin of Serlo, collector of Devon, first donor of preb. Teinton; res. claim to rights in preb. Teinton 15 Aug. 1227 (RSO I 382-3). Last occ. 17 Aug. 1239 (Cart. Reading I no. 215, name given as 'de Knolle').

Richard Longespee

Occ. as can. and rector of Warminster c. 1250 (Sar. Chs. p. 319). Son of William Longespee, earl of Salisbury, and countess Ela; brother of bp. Nicholas Longespee (1292-7, list 1); buried at Lacock (Mon. Ang. VI (1) 501).

M. Richard persona

Occ. as can. 7 Jan. 1213/14 (Nova Const.), 21 Aug. 1218 (C. 414), 1215 × Aug. 1220 (RSO MS p. 131, pd. RSO II 34, name given as 'Perus'), and prob. to be identified with M. Richard who occ. as can. 23 Jan. 1215 (HMC Wells I 526). Possibly to be identified with Richard the chaplain, preb. Grantham Borealis (list 33).

M. Richard de Sancto Edmundo

Occ. as can. once only, early 1190s (RSO I 358-9, for date see Walter precentor, list 3).

M. Richard de Shireborn

Occ. as can. three times: 1 Nov. 1262 (cart. De Vaux fo. 25v) and between March 1257 and Dec. 1262 (ibid. fos. 16v-17r, 27r-v).

M. Robert son of Urse

Not called can. when occ. after c. 1180 (Notley ch. roll m. 10) and occ. as clk. 1180 × 84 (Sar. Chs. p. 44). Occ. as can. 1180 × 84 (Sar. Stats. p. 38, also pd. RSO I 224) and 1183 × 84 (Cart. Reading II no. 798).

M. Robert of Chichester

Only one certain occ. as can., 1142 × 53, prob. 1148 at Reims (Cart. Baioc. I no. 61, cal. Cal. Docs. France no. 1438). But prob. to be identified with Robert 'de Christi ecclesia' who occ. as can. 1147 × 57 (Wilts. RO, Reg. Mitford fo. 153v), and with Robert of Chichester, not called can., who witnessed a ch. of bp. Jocelin 1142 × 57 (Adami de Domerham Historia, ed. T. Hearne (2 vols., 1727) II 619). On each of these occasions Henry archdcn. of Salisbury was also witness (list 9). Perhaps to be identified with Robert archdcn. of Chichester, who occ. 1125 × 45 and 1147 (Acta Chichester pp. 8- 9, 213), and with Robert of Salisbury, dean of Salisbury (list 2).

[M.] Robert de Geldford

Occ. as can. several times before 1184: for example, 1180 × 84 (RSO I 224); 1175 × 84 (Sar. Chs. pp. 43-4; cf. cart. Wherwell fo. 96r); 1183 × 84 (Cart. Reading II no. 798). Had a preb. which received 100s. from bp. Jocelin's chamber before 1184, paid by king 1185-8 (PR 31 Hen. II p. 204, 32 Hen. II p. 167, 33 Hen. II p. 187, 34 Hen. II p. 185). Presum. to be identified with M. Robert de Geldford, who occ. in Wells chapter in 1180s (HMC Wells I 19, 38-9, 41, 45, 46, 55, 490) and became archdcn. of Taunton by 1189 × 91 (J. A. Robinson, Somt. Hist. Essays (1921) pp. 89, 90).

Robert of Ipswich

Royal coll. to preb. vac. by d. of John de Badde, s.v., 28 Apr. 1274 (CPR 1272-81 p. 49). Presum. royal clk. (cf. ibid. p. 48), certainly chancery clk. 1278 (ibid. p. 295).

Robert of Leicester

Parson of St Oswald and vicar of Salisbury cath., by 22 Feb. 1297 (CPR 1292-1301 p. 262). Papal prov. of canonry, with reservation of preb., 13 March 1299 (Reg. Bon. VIII no. 2998, cal. CPL I 581). Occ. as can. 1304 × 10 (HMC Var. Coll. I 346, for date see p. 133 n. 1). Chapl. of Hugh of Evesham, cardinal-pr. of S. Lorenzo in Lucina (Reg. Bon. VIII no. 2998). Commem. 19 June (Sar. Stats. p. 8).

M. Robert de Linces

First occ., not yet can., c. 1175 × 1184 (Notley ch. roll m. 17; cf. BL, Add. Ch. 47425 and cart. Wherwell fo. 96r). First occ. as can. July × Nov. 1184 (Cart. Waltham no. 111). Also occ. as can. Apr. or May 1193 (RSO I 242 (MS 'Linces'), 244 (MS 'Linc'), 248; cf. ibid. pp. 358-9).

Robert of London

Occ. once only, early 1190s (RSO I 358)

Robert of Neubourg (fn. 24)

Had a preb. which received 10m. p.a. from bp. Jocelin's chamber before 1184, paid by king 1185-8 (PR 31 Hen. II p. 204, 32 Hen. II p. 167, 33 Hen. II p. 187, 34 Hen. II p. 185). Can. of Evreux by 1150s; dean of Evreux by 1163, to 1175; dean of Rouen 1175-88 (D. Spear, 'Les doyens... de Rouen', Annales de Normandie xxxiii (1983) 91-119, at pp. 102-3). Son of Robert of Neubourg, seneschal of Normandy, and nephew of Rotrou, bp. of Evreux (1139-64) (ibid.).

Robert Norreis

Occ. as can. once only, 1215 × Aug. 1220 (RSO II 34). (fn. 25)

Robert of Nottingham

Royal clk., occ. as can., disp. to hold addit. benefice, 23 Jan. 1244 (Reg. Innoc. IV no. 402, cal. CPL I 204).

Robert de Ruddebi

Possibly can. when occ. Apr. or May 1193 (Cart. Reading I no. 204; cf. also Sar. Chs. p. 46).

Robert de Sancto Pancratio

First occ. as can. Dec. 1154 × June 1155 (Sar. Chs. p. 19), but presum. can. when occ. earlier, 13 Apr. 1149 (Regesta III no. 795, also pd. Sar. Chs. pp. 15-16). Occ. several times. Last occ. as can. 1165 × 73 (RSO I 249). (fn. 26) Prob. to be identified with landowner in Winchester 1148 (Winchester in the Early Middle Ages, ed. M. Biddle (Oxford, 1976) pp. 73, 89, 91, 93-5, 117-19; cf. Cart. Southwick I p. 13 (I 24)), who may have taken his name from St Pancras church, Winchester. Held land in Lavington (IV/C.3/Lavington/3).

Robert de Tresk (fn. 27)

Occ. as can. twice: before 18 Jan. 1275 (cart. De Vaux fo. 133v) and 28 March 1275 (Rubrum fos. 147r-148r).

Robert de Valeines (fn. 28)

Prob. can. when occ. Apr. or May 1193 (RSO I 244; and cf. Thomas of London, below).

Robert de Witham

Occ. as can. once only, 3 Sept. 1227 (Cart. St Nich. p. 15, also pd. Sar. Chs. p. 187).

Roger son of William

Can., warned to reside by bp. Jocelin and case referred to pope 1161 × 79 (J. Mansi, Sacrorum Conciliorum... Collectio XXII col. 430 = PL cc col. 84). Prob. to be identified with Roger son of William, can. of Lincoln from late 1150s to 1180s, d. by Sept. 1191 (1 Fasti III 142).

Roger de Basingham

Occ. as can. twice: Apr. or May 1193 (RSO I 248; cf. ibid. pp. 242, 244) and 7 Jan. 1213/14 (Nova Const.). Prob. to be identified with Roger of Bassingham (Lincs.), clk. of Hubert Walter as abp. of Canterbury, and can. of Lincoln c. 1213 - 1218 (1 Fasti III 142).

M. Roger de Meisi

Occ. as can. once only, 1144 × 45 (GFL no. 31). Prob. connected with Walter de Maisi, a companion of bp. Roger le Poer (1106-39) (Kealey pp. 232-3, 262-3, 264, 269), and with Robert de Maisi (ibid. p. 232). Cf. also Philip de Meis (above).

M. Silvester

Occ. as can. once only, 25 Sept. 1250 (Reg. Innoc. IV no. 5355, cal. CPL I 272; cf. Reg. Alex. IV no. 655, cal. CPL I 320). Also can. of S. Giovanni de Duce, Anagni (ibid.).

Simon

Penitentiary, occ. as can. once only, 23 Feb. 1271 (Sar. Chs. p. 351). The only known member of the chapter called Simon with whom the penitentiary might be identified is M. Simon de Micham, who occ. as can. 29 Sept. 1269, and became chanc. by 29 March 1272 (lists 65, 4, 23).

M. Simon de Gandavo (fn. 29)

Abp.'s direction that he have next vacant preb., 27 Apr. 1295 (Reg. Winchelsey I 31). Called can. in abp.'s conf. of his el. as bp., 4 Aug. 1297 (ibid. I 182-3; cf. CPR 1292-1301 p. 301). El. bp. between 24 May and 31 July 1297, temps. 7 Aug., cons. 20 Oct. 1297 (list 1).

M. Simon de Scalis (fn. 30)

Bp.'s official, occ. 6 June 1191 (Sar. Chs. p. 49). First occ. as can. by Apr. or May 1193 (RSO I 248, cf. ibid. pp. 241, 244; Sar. Chs. p. 46; Cart. Reading I no. 204). Clk. of Hubert Walter as bp. of Salisbury (1189-93) and abp. of Canterbury (1193-1205) (see EEA III, index sub Scalis). Donor of a cope before 1214 (RSO II 130, also pd. Ceremonies p. 172).

Solomon of Rochester

Occ. as can. twice: 14 June 1285 (IV/C.4/41) and 10 May 1288 (app. 3). Also preb. of London; itinerant justice 1274 - c. Jan. 1290; d. 28 Aug. 1293 (1 Fasti I 40).

M. Stephen de Manecestria (fn. 31)

Official of bp. of London, occ. 26 Jan. 1223/4 (London, Guildhall Libr., St Paul's Muniments A/23/864), and occ. in dioc. Ely 1220 × 25 (CUL, Ely Diocesan Records, Liber M p. 168 (iterata) and official of archdcn. of Northampton, dioc. Lincoln, 1230-1 (Rot. Welles II 163, 152-63). Prob. can. when occ. 15 March 1234 (Cart. Bradenstoke no. 7). First certain occ. as can. 6 Dec. 1235 (C. 414). Bp.'s proctor in suit v. Martin de Summis, 1229 × 46 and 15 July 1237 (C. 139, 170). Occ. as can. several times. Last occ. 17 Aug. 1239 (Cart. Reading I no. 215).

Stephen Ridel

Occ. as can., assented by letter, 7 Jan. 1213/14 (Nova Const.). Donor of vestments before 1214 (RSO II 132, 133, also pd. Ceremonies pp. 174, 175). Formerly chanc. of king John as count of Mortain; imprisoned 1212 (see 1 Fasti II 51). Can. of Lincoln from 1202 (ibid. III 145); can. of Wells 1206; archdcn. of Ely [1215]; d. between 1215 and 1219 (ibid. II 51).

Thomas of Chichester

Occ. as can. after 1173, ? c. 1180 (Cart. Southwick I p. 12 (I 22)). (fn. 32)

Thomas de Ferr'

Occ. as can. once only, his letter of proxy, dated 17 Jan. 1263, for el. of bp. [22 Jan.] (Sar. Chs. p. 337).

M. Thomas of Hurstbourne (fn. 33)

Royal justice by 1185 (see Turner, Judiciary pp. 78, 87, 102-3, 300). Occ. as can. once only, non-resident Apr. 1195 × Feb. 1198 (EEA III no. 605). Also preb. of London (1 Fasti I 81). D. 1200 or 1201 (ibid.).

Thomas of London

Occ. in chapter, so presum. can. when occ. Apr. or May 1193 (RSO I 248; cf. ibid. pp. 242, 244). Possibly to be identified with M. Thomas of Hurstbourne.

Thomas de Sancto Martino

First occ. as can. March 1227 (B. 500). Also rector of Preshute (I/8/P-R/2; cf. preb. Blewbury before 1223, list 22). Occ. several times. Last occ. 19 Oct. 1233 (Sar. Chs. pp. 229-30). Perhaps to be identified with attorney of same name, who occ. representing sheriff of Glos. 1236 and a party in Essex 1241 (Close R. 1234-7 p. 388; CRR XVI no. 2638).

Thomas de la Wyle

First occ. as can. 28 Dec. 1241 (Cart. Lacock no. 253). Also bp.'s seneschal, occ. 14 Apr. 1245 (Sar. Chs. p. 293). Occ. several times before last occ. after 11 March 1257 (ibid. p. 328). (fn. 34) Presum. related to Walter de la Wyle, successively can., succentor and bp. (lists 65, 12, 1). Ruled the schools under M. Ralph of Hecham, chanc. 1244 (BL, Royal MS 1. B. xii fo. 431r, see A. G. Watson, Catalogue of Dated and Datable MSS... in the BL (2 vols., 1979) I no. 855).

Valentine

Preb. Beminster [II], but either he or Elias of Bristol must have held a different preb. 15 Aug. 1222, when they occ. together (Sar. Stats. p. 70, also pd. RSO II 18; list 19; and see Elias of Bristol, above).

? Vincent

Occ. as clk., prob. can., 1175 × 84 (Sar. Chs. p. 44). Prob. to be identified with M. Vincent, official and vice-archdcn. of Wilts., who occ. 1189 × 93 (ibid. p. 46), Oct. 1189 × March 1190 (Cart. Reading I no. 203), after 1189/90 (Reg. Malmes. I 441, 444), c. 1190 × 1193 (Cart. Cirencester II 430), and [1191] (Sar. Chs. p. 50).

M. Walter

Penitentiary and can., occ. soon after 10 Apr. 1228 (Sar. Chs. p. 195).

Walter the chaplain

Chapl. of bp. Jocelin, not called can. when occ. July × Nov. 1184 (Cart. Waltham no. 111; cf. Sar. Chs. pp. 44, 46), but occ. as can. 1180 × 84 (RSO I 224). Had a preb. which received 100s. p.a. from bp. Jocelin's chamber before 1184, paid by king 1185-8 (PR 31 Hen. II p. 204, 32 Hen. II p. 167, 33 Hen. II p. 187, 34 Hen. II p. 185). Prob. to be identified with Walter who occ. as can. 1175 × 92 (cart. Templars: BL, Cotton MS Nero E. vi (1) fo. 115r). (fn. 35)

Walter son of Walter (fn. 36)

Precentor of St Paul's, London, by 1189, to after Nov. 1202 (1 Fasti I 23, 49). Occ. as can. of Salisbury once only, warned to reside 1197 × 1203 (see EEA III 260-1).

Walter [de Beaumont]

Brother of Henry de Beaumont, dean (1155-65, list 2), occ. as can. once only, c. 1163 (Sar. Chs. p. 35).

M. Walter de Langeton

Royal clk., papal chapl., pluralist (see A. H. Thompson, 'Pluralism in the mediaeval church', Reports and papers... of the Architectural Societies xxxiii (1915) 57-9). Occ. as can. 2 Oct. 1295 (Reg. Bon. VIII no. 415, cal. CPL I 559). Also can. of Chichester, Lichfield, London (1 Fasti I 55), Wells, Dublin, Bishop Auckland and Lanchester. Bp. of Coventry and Lichfield, el. 20 Feb., temps. 16 June, cons. 23 Dec. 1296.

Walter de Stoct'

Possibly can. when occ. Apr. or May 1193 (Cart. Reading I no. 204).

William

Occ. as can. once only, 1155 × 61 (RSO I 218, for date see Philip chanc., list 4).

William

Dean of Sens, had a preb. which received 100s. p.a. from bp. Jocelin's chamber before 1184, paid by king 1185-8 (PR 31 Hen. II p. 204, 32 Hen. II p. 167, 33 Hen. II p. 187, 34 Hen. II p. 185).

William of Chardstock

Preb. Major Pars Altaris, occ. May-June 1284, but had been succeeded in preb. by 30 Dec. 1295 (list 41), so presum. transf. to unident. preb. Still can. 20 June 1302 (Reg. Gandavo I 90).

William of Chichester

Prob. two or more individuals of this name:

1. Occ. not can. Dec. 1154 × June 1155 (Sar. Chs. p. 19 bis), after 1157 (Voss, Heinrich p. 158), 17 Oct. 1173 (RSO I 254), 1176 × 78 (Cal. Docs. France no. 758). Occ. as can. c. 1163 (Sar. Chs. p. 35), 1165 × 73 (RSO I 249), c. 1170 × Nov. 1184 (Newington Longeville Chs., ed. H. E. Salter (Oxfords. Rec. Soc. iii, 1921) no. 64), Apr. or May 1193 (RSO I 248, cf. ibid. pp. 241, 244).

2. Can. of Exeter, d. 14 March 1174/5 (Exeter D. & C., MS 3518 fo. 7v).

Cf. William chapl. of bp. Jocelin, occ. 1155 × 65 (Oxford Chs. no. 25) and William clk. of bp. Jocelin c. 1180 × Nov. 1184 (RSO I 227).

Cf. also M. William de Cycestr', occ. 1197 × 1205 (Cart. Glastonbury III 706).

William de Cumba

Occ. as can. five times: 21 Aug. and 6 Dec. 1235 (cart. Wherwell fo. 124r-v; C. 414), 17 Feb. 1236 (Sar. Chs. p. 237), 17 Aug. 1238 (ibid. p. 246), 12 Jan. 1240 or 10 Jan. 1241 (ibid. p. 254).

William Gernagan

Had a preb. which received 100s. p.a. from bp. Jocelin's chamber before 1184, paid by king 1185-8 (PR 31 Hen. II p. 204, 32 Hen. II p. 167, 33 Hen. II p. 187, 34 Hen. II p. 185). Not otherwise known.

William Hardel (fn. 37)

Royal clk., papal prov. to preb. 4 Feb. 1240 (Reg. Greg. IX no. 5055, cal. CPL I 187). Does not occ. as can. Controller of king's wardrobe 1244-9. D. before 10 July 1249 (Cal. Liberate Rolls 1245-51 p. 243; cf. Cal. Charter Rolls 1226-57 p. 345).

M. William of Kilkenny (fn. 38)

Royal clk. Occ. as can. 2 March 1238 (Reg. Greg. IX no. 4118, cal. CPL I 168), and prob. to be identified with William de 'Kanna' or 'Ennia', who occ. as can. 24 Feb. 1237/8 (Sar. Chs. p. 242, 'Kanna' MS C, 'Ennia' MS B). Rector of Powerstock from 1235. Also preb. Chichester, Dublin, Kilkenny, St Paul's London (1 Fasti I 33-4, 44); archdcn. of Coventry; treas. of Exeter. Keeper of king's great seal. Bp. of Ely, el. Sept. 1254, temps. 25 Dec., cons. 15 Aug. 1255 (1 Fasti II 46).

M. William de Ledecumb

Bp.'s official, not yet can., 19 Sept., 7 Dec., 28 Dec. 1256 (CPR 1247-58 pp. 501, 533; Close R. 1256-9 p. 19). Occ. as can. 27, 29 and 30 Dec. 1258 (C. 402-3).

William of Leicester

Bp.'s chapl., not called can., 25 June 1226 (RSO II 29). First certain occ. as can., also chapl., March 1227 (B. 500). Occ. by proxy 9 Sept. 1228 (RSO II 104, 110); absent 19 Oct. 1233 (Sar. Chs. p. 230). Occ. several times. Last occ. 11 Nov. 1243 (ibid. p. 289).

M. William of Lincoln

Occ. as can. 3 Oct. 1227 (Sar. Chs. p. 189). Absent, 'in borealibus partibus', 9 Sept. 1228 (RSO II 104). Possibly to be identified with William of Ingoldsby, preb. Grantham Borealis, list 33, but he also occ., as excused, in document of 9 Sept. 1228. For two men called William of Lincoln in this period, see 1 Fasti III 34.

M. William de Lori

Occ. as can. once only, 3 Oct. 1227 (Sar. Chs. p. 189).

M. William de Ludinton

First occ. as can. 23 May 1255 (I/9/Sarum 1/1). Occ. several times. Last occ. 29 and 30 Dec. 1258 (C. 402-3).

William Mald' (? Mauduit) (fn. 39)

Had a preb. which received 100s. p.a. from bp. Jocelin's chamber before 1184, paid by king 1185-8 (PR 31 Hen. II p. 204, 32 Hen. II p. 167, 33 Hen. II p. 187, 34 Hen. II p. 185). Not otherwise known.

William de Wamberge

Occ. as can. Apr. or May 1193 (RSO I 241, 244, 248). Brother of Jocelin de Wamberge (ibid.; cf. above, list 66).

M. William de Wilton

Not called can. when first occ. before Jan. 1215 (IV/E.5/Prebend of Charminster & Bere/14). First occ. as can. 7 Jan. 1213/14 (Nova Const.) Sent to dioc. Exeter to collect alms for new cathedral Dec. 1219 (RSO II 12). Also occ. 1215 × 20 (ibid. p. 34) and 1198 × 1226 (Cart. Bradenstoke no. 480). Does not occ. in valuation of Oct. 1226 × Feb. 1227 (app. 1), so presum. d. or res. by that time. Always occ. as Master. Unlikely to be identified with William de Wylton, vicar of cathedral, who occ. 'c. 40 years ago' in 1228, i.e. c. 1188 (Can. Osm. pp. 36, 37).

William de Winton

Bp.'s datary, occ. 8 Jan. 1199 (Cart. Southwick I 93 (I 154)), 1 Sept. 1204 (Cal. Docs. France no. 258; cf. IV/C.4/5, inspeximus of ch. of 15 Oct. 1206, where his name is given, presum. wrongly, as 'Wilton'). First certain occ. as can. 7 Jan. 1213/14 (Nova Const.). Also occ. as can. 1194 × 1217 (IV/C.3/Chardstock/4). Never occ. as Master. Prob. to be identified with clk. who occ. at Wells c. 1190 (HMC Wells I 24, 38, 67). Perhaps to be identified with William de Wylton, vicar of Salisbury cath., who occ. 'c. 40 years ago' in 1228, i.e. c. 1188 (Can. Osm. pp. 37, 42). (fn. 40)

Footnotes

  • 1. ? Winsham, Somt.
  • 2. For his career, cf. Biog. Ox. II 1256.
  • 3. Temp. Reginald [Fitz Jocelin] archdcn. of Wilts., list 10.
  • 4. For a note on his career, see Biog. Ox. II 1317.
  • 5. M. Gervase of London was not can. of Salisbury 22 Nov. 1259, as pd. CPL I 368, but of Lichfield, see Reg. Alex. IV no. 3000.
  • 6. Temp. William, archdcn. of Wilts., list 10.
  • 7. Presum. from Lavagna, near Genoa, Italy; cf. Albert of Lavagna, list 45.
  • 8. Temp. Thomas, precentor of Wells, and Richard Poore, dean of Salisbury, list 2.
  • 9. Not to be identified with the man whose career is traced in Biog. Ox. I 264, but prob. brother of M. Robert of Bridport, A. Wood, City of Oxford, ed. A. Clark (Oxford Hist. Soc. xvii, 1890) II 15.
  • 10. La Hurst a manor in Potterne, IV/E.1/Hurst/12; cf. Sar. Stats. p. 10.
  • 11. But a man of this name occ. 1288, I/6/box H-L/11.
  • 12. For his career, see JS Epp. I pp. xii-xxiv, II xix-xlvii and references cited; and for his writings, ibid. I p. lxiii, II pp. xi-xii.
  • 13. Temp. William de Tynhid', sheriff of Wilts.
  • 14. Temp. Henry de Lexington, treas., and Roger of Salisbury, precentor, lists 5, 3.
  • 15. For his career and writings, see R. W. Southern, 'Peter of Blois: a twelfthcentury humanist', in Medieval Humanism (Oxford, 1970) pp. 105-22. He studied at Bologna and Paris.
  • 16. For a note on his career, see Biog. Ox. II 1208, sub 'Malemains'.
  • 17. Also as 'Hauekescherch", Nova Const. in C. 479, and 'Hauekescherich', Sar. Chs. p. 64; perhaps from Hawkchurch, Devon.
  • 18. Temp. Robert, abbot of Forde, Heads of Relig. Houses p. 132, and bp. Jocelin, list 1.
  • 19. ? Gnosall, Staffs.
  • 20. Cf. M. Reyner, Biog. Ox. III 1569.
  • 21. ? Beenham, Berks.; almost certainly to be identified with M. Richard of Beenham who occ. 1241 and before 1272, Cart. Reading II 117, 91.
  • 22. Temp. Henry de Lexington, treas., and Roger of Salisbury, precentor, lists 5, 3.
  • 23. ? Knoyle, Wilts. Adam de la Cnoll had land in Fisherton Anger, Cart. St Nich.. pp. 68-9.
  • 24. Eure, arr. Evreux; for the family's origins, see L. C. Loyd, Origins of some Anglo-Norman Families (Harleian Soc. ciii, 1951) p. 72.
  • 25. Temp. dean A[dam], list 2.
  • 26. Temp. William, abbot of Reading, Heads of Relig. Houses p. 63).
  • 27. Prob. Thirsk, Yorks. N.
  • 28. Presum. a member of family of Valoynes (Valognes), of Benington, Herts., cf. I. J. Sanders, English Baronies (Oxford, 1960) p. 12, and L. C. Loyd, Origins of some Anglo-Norman Families (Harleian Soc. ciii, 1951) p. 108.
  • 29. Almost certainly not to be identified with M. Simon de Gandavo, clk., who occ. in a ch. cal. in HMC Var. Coll. I 346, which prob. belongs to 1304 × 10, temp. Walter Hervey can., 2 Fasti III 31, and Peter de Gorumvile, list 16.
  • 30. For his career, see Biog. Ox. III 1651.
  • 31. For his career, see Biog. Camb. p. 397.
  • 32. Temp. Azo, archdcn. Salisbury, and John, subdean, lists 9, 11.
  • 33. Hurstbourne Tarrant, Hants; see RSO I 242-3.
  • 34. Temp. bp. Giles of Bridport, list 1.
  • 35. Temp. Savaric, archdcn. of Northampton, 1 Fasti III 31, and above, list 5.
  • 36. Prob. son of Walter Fitz Robert, royal judge, see EEA II no. 139 and n.; also C. N. L. Brooke and A. Morey, Gilbert Foliot and his Letters (Cambridge, 1965) p. 281 n. 1, and GFL p. 542.
  • 37. For his career, see Biog. Ox. II 869-70.
  • 38. Chanc. of Kilkenny; for his career, see Biog. Ox. II 1048-9.
  • 39. Perhaps member of Mauduit family, though he does not occ. as such; William Mauduit, a layman, was king's chamberlain, see Beauchamp Cart., ed. E. Mason (PRS n.s. xliii, 1980) pp. xxviff., lix.
  • 40. William de 'Winton', who occ. in pd. text Sar. Chs. p. 91 (from C. 270), is correctly William de Merton, list 30, as Sar. Chs. p. 92.