Volume LXI: 4 Clement VII. Anti-Pope

Petitions to the Pope 1342-1419. Originally published by Eyre and Spottiswoode, London, 1896.

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4 Clement VII. Anti-Pope

(f. 37d.)
Walter Trayl, doctor of canon and civil law, treasurer of Glasgow, papal auditor. For the church of Fothireschach, in the diocese of St. Andrews, void by the death of Fynlay de Kethenis, or else by reason that Urban V. removed from it Gilbert Armstrong, and gave it to Thomas Lang, who died soon after at the Roman court, or in any other way, and for the necessary dispensation touching the treasurership.
Granted motu proprio, and he is dispensed for three years to hold another incompatible benefice. Avignon, 8 Kal. Feb.
(f. 48.)
John Kenedy. On behalf of William called ‘Wodcok,’ for the church of St. Michael, Monterduffy, in the diocese of Glasgow, void by the death of William Lorimer, notwithstanding that a layman, who is said to be the patron, has given it to the prior of Whitehern, who has held it for a year, or that William has the second chaplaincy in the said church. Granted. Avignon, 10 Kal. March.
(f. 83.)
William de Seton, donsel. On behalf of his kinsman, Thomas de Alton, priest, of the abbey of Holy Trinity, Soltre, in the diocese of St. Andrews, for the mastership or prelature of the said abbey, void by the resignation of Peter de Wemis, so long ago that it has lapsed to the apostolic see, notwithstanding that William Maluin, of illegitimate birth, has unlawfully held it for some years without a dispensation. Granted. Avignon, 10 Kal. June.
1382. (f. 87d.)
The pope, motu proprio, makes provision to Thomas de Barri, of the diocese of St. Andrews, licentiate in arts at Paris, of the archdeaconry of Lothian, void by the death of Walter de Moffet, sub-collector of fruits due to the papal camera, removing from the same David de Marre, who unlawfully holds it. Avignon, Id. June.
(f. 121.)
Gilbert de Erch, of the diocese of Aberdeen. For the church of Drumotyr, in the diocese of St. Andrews, void by reason that Andrew, son of Adam, otherwise Andrew Angousson, obtained it from the ordinary, and has held it for a year without being ordained priest.
John Wernok. For confirmation of the collation made to him by the bishop of St. Andrews of the perpetual chaplaincy of St. Ninian, Tybermaskotus, in the said diocese, or for another like chaplaincy.
Granted for both. Avignon, 9 Kal. Aug.
(f. 152d.)
Thomas Mac Craych, of the diocese of Killaloe, student of canon law at Paris. For the rectory of Ybormoych, in the same diocese, void by reason that Dermicius Mac Enkargod has held it together with a perpetual vicarage, notwithstanding that Thomas is of illegitimate birth.
Granted. Avignon, 6 Kal. Oct.
1381. Grants made in the fourth, fifth, and sixth years of the pontificate:—
(f. 1d.)
Alexander bishop of Caithness. For licence to dispense fifty persons of illegitimate birth so that they may be ordained and hold a benefice. Granted for twenty-five of his city or diocese.
The same. For licence to dispense twenty persons related in the third or fourth degree, so that they may inter-marry. [The words ‘third or’ are cancelled.]
Granted for six as above. Avignon, 4 Id. Dec.
(f. 2.)
Whereas the Augustinian monastery of Inchaffray, in the diocese of Dunblane, was void by the death of John de Kelly, and the prior and canons elected William de Culros, vicar of Dunyn, to be abbot, which election was confirmed by Andrew, bishop of Dunblane; the pope is prayed to confirm the same, and also the blessing of the said abbot, and all subsequent acts.
Let a commission be issued to the bishop of Glasgow, to confirm the election, if it be canonical, or to make fresh provision if the said abbot elect be a fit person.
Whereas the church of Strugeht, in the diocese of Dunblane, on its voidance by the death of the rector, was given by Walter, then bishop, in whose gift it was, to the abbot and convent of Inchaffray, the pope is prayed to confirm the said gift, or to appropriate the church anew.
Let a commission be issued to the bishop of Glasgow, who shall inform himself, and confirm the same according to justice.
, 4 Non. Dec.