Archdeacons: Unidentified

Fasti Ecclesiae Anglicanae 1066-1300: Volume 9, the Welsh Cathedrals (Bangor, Llandaff, St Asaph, St Davids). Originally published by Institute of Historical Research, London, 2003.

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'Archdeacons: Unidentified', Fasti Ecclesiae Anglicanae 1066-1300: Volume 9, the Welsh Cathedrals (Bangor, Llandaff, St Asaph, St Davids), (London, 2003), pp. 59-60. British History Online https://www.british-history.ac.uk/fasti-ecclesiae/1066-1300/vol9/pp59-60 [accessed 18 June 2024].

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. "Archdeacons: Unidentified", Fasti Ecclesiae Anglicanae 1066-1300: Volume 9, the Welsh Cathedrals (Bangor, Llandaff, St Asaph, St Davids), (London, 2003). 59-60. British History Online. Web. 18 June 2024, https://www.british-history.ac.uk/fasti-ecclesiae/1066-1300/vol9/pp59-60.

LIST 42 ARCHDEACONS OF ST DAVIDS DIOCESE WHOSE ARCHDEACONRIES CANNOT BE IDENTIFIED

John

Occ. as archdcn. twice together with Pontius and Gerald archdcns. [of St Davids and Brecon] 1174 x 8 May 1176 (St Davids Acta nos. 33, 69 (at p. 92, ch. of chapter)). Presum. archdcn. of Carmarthen or Cardigan. (fn. 1)

John of Llanddew

Gr. canonry by bp. Geoffrey soon after 7 Dec. 1203, and appd. archdcn. soon after that (Speculum Duorum pp. 252-3). Occ. as archdcn. ? 1204 (ibid. pp. 212- 13). Presum. archdcn. of Carmarthen or Cardigan. (fn. 2)

Nicholas

Had bp.'s gr. of archdcnry. of Brecon on first deposition of Jordan, before 1153, but Jordan restored 1153 x 61 (above, list 39). Occ. as archdcn. 7 Nov. 1176 x July 1198, prob. early, together with Pontius archdcn. [of St Davids] (St Davids Acta no. 47). Presum. archdcn. of Carmarthen or Cardigan. (fn. 3)

Footnotes

  • 1. Dr Barrow points out (St Davids Acta p. 30) that since Cardigan was usually held by indigenous Welshmen, Carmarthen is more likely; but there is no evidence for the origin of these three men.
  • 2. See previous note.
  • 3. See above, n, 123.