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Volume XCVIII: 10-14 Benedict XIII. Anti-Pope

Pages 631-634

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

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10–14 Benedict XIII. Anti-Pope

1405. (f. 11d.)
John de Retro, priest, of noble birth. For the canonry and prebend and chancellorship of Dunkeld, value 15 l. void by the resignation made by John de Glasgu, member of the household of the cardinal of Scotland, by way of exchange for another benefice with John Lang, who unlawfully holds them, notwithstanding that the petitioner expects a benefice to be named in the chancery, and has the church of Esthingabin, in the same diocese, which he is ready to resign.
Granted. Genoa, 9 Kal. June, anno 11.
(f. 31d.)
Duncan Beani. For the rectory of St. Mary's [Aran], in the diocese of Sodor, value 15l. void by reason that John Clerk has obtained the perpetual vicarage of Irwin, in the diocese of Glasgow, notwithstanding that the petitioner is dispensed as the son of a priest.
Granted. Genoa, 11 Kal. Sept. anno 11.
(f. 55d.)
Robert de Moffet, B.C.L. studying at Avignon, nephew of Matthew, bishop of Glasgow. For the canonry and prebend of Alcram in Glasgow, value 20 marks, void by the death of Thomas de Baroy, member of the household of the late Walter, cardinal of Scotland, notwithstanding that he has the church of Peebles, value 20 marks.
Granted. Nice, 9 Kal. April, anno 11.
1406. Ibid.
Donald Colini, of the diocese of Sodor. For the vicarage of St. Coman in Ybe, in the diocese of Sodor, value 20 marks, void by reason that the late Nonnas called ‘Mackarmath’ held also the rectory of St. Congan in Durenys, in the same diocese, and that Patrick Macinyise has been intruded by lay power into the said vicarage, or if, having lapsed to the pope, Murchard, son of Conredun, detains it.
Granted. Savona, 6 Id Feb. anno 12.
1405. Ibid.
Richard Huntur, bachelor of canon law, lecturing at Paris for four years. For the church of Tanadas, in the diocese of St. Andrews value under 55l. void by the death of Simon de Musklburgh, who obtained it on the death of John de Musklburgh, and was wrongly dispossessed of it by William de Ramsay, who exchanged it with Thomas de Machan, or Machran, for a benefice in the diocese of Dunkeld, and then Thomas exchanged it with William de Straboc for another benefice, and the said William finally exchanged the same church with Malcolm de Aula, canon of Glasgow, for other benefices, by authority of the ordinary; Malcolm has now unlawfully held it for eleven months; the petitioner is ready to resign the church of Halys, in the diocese of St. Andrews, value 40 marks.
Granted. Genoa, Non. July, anno 11.
1406. (f. 56.)
Alexander de Brothy, subdeacon, of noble birth. For confirmation of the induction by the ordinary of the vicarage of Alicht, in the diocese of Dunkeld, value 15l. void by the death of Donald de Alicht, notwithstanding that the petitioner has held the said vicarage for six years, without being ordained priest, wherefore he prays also for dispensation. Granted. Savona, 6 Id. Feb. anno 12.
1405. (f. 60.)
David de Carruthoris. For the church of Cuieres, in the diocese of Glasgow, value 25 marks, void by the promotion of William de Strabrok to the perpetual vicarage of Dunlop, notwithstanding that Walter Ra unlawfully holds the said church by authority of the ordinary.
Granted. Genoa, 3 Kal. Feb. anno 11.
(f. 67.)
Alexander de Brothy, of noble birth. For dispensation to hold the vicarage of Alicht, value 101. which was given to him when a student at Orleans, by Robert, then bishop of Dunkeld, on its voidance by the death of Donald de Alicht, the petitioner not having been ordained priest, as he was bound, within two years.
Granted. Genoa, prid. Non. July, anno 11.
1406. (f. 73d.)
Nicholas Child, licentiate of arts. For the church of Panbryd, in the diocese of Brechin, value 20l. void by the death of John de Drum, who held it for a year and a half, or that of Henry Stely, who, when rector of Caterlyn, in the same diocese, obtained it without papal dispensation on John's death.
Granted. Savona, 13 Kal. Mar. anno 12.
(f. 77d.)
Donald Moricii. For confirmation of his election, and benediction by the ordinary, last Christmas, to the priory of Orwansay, in the diocese of Sodor, in the isles of Scotland, value 100 florins, void by the death of the last prior; the petitioner being unable, by reason of poverty, and the danger of the sea, to come to the Roman court.
Ibid.
William de Strabrok. For confirmation of the resignations and provisions, by way of exchange, as follows: Of the church of Tanadas, value 15l. for the prebend of Esildon and vicarage of Kalqwh', and a prebend of St. Andrews, value 20l. with Malcolm de Aula, and of the said vicarage and prebend with Thomas de Machrane for the vicarage of Dunlop, made by authority of the ordinary, such provisions and exchanges not being good, because Malcolm is a papal chaplain.
Granted. Savona, 10 Kal. Mar. anno 12.
1405. (f. 78.)
John Borthwick, M.A. bachelor of medicine, of the diocese of Aberdeen. For the church of Kinoull, in the diocese of St. Andrews, value 30l. on its voidance by the resignation of Andrew de Traboun, who holds it unlawfully.
Granted for all. Nice, 5 Id. Mar. anno 11. [In margin:] Expedited Savona, 10 Kal. Mar. anno 12.
(f. 81.)
John de Hawic (Hawyk), precentor of Glasgow, bachelor of canon law. Whereas he obtained the precentorship in a suit with Master William Laweder, he prays the pope to make provision to him of the same, whether void by the consecration of the bishop of St. Andrews, or in any other way, notwithstanding that he has the canonry and prebend of Patyn and Brachlyn in Moray.
Granted. Nice, 13 Kal. Jan. anno 11.
1404. Ibid.
R. duke of Albany, the king's brother. On behalf of James de Lindesay, of noble birth, M.A. and student of theology, and dispensed on account of illegitimacy, for confirmation to him of the church of Inchebrioch, value 40 marks, which he obtained by way of exchange with James Thome, for Kynnel, the resignations having been made during the voidance of the see of St. Andrews, to the late Robert Fleming, rector of Inverarite, and James Bisset, prior and vicar-general of St. Andrews. Granted. Marseilles, 12 Kal. July, anno 10.
1405. (f. 81d.)
Nigel Colini Cambelli, archdeacon of Argyle, of noble birth. For the perpetual vicarage of Kenlochagowele, in the diocese of Argyle, value 15 marks, void by the death of Malcolm called ‘Maceoguyn,’ notwithstanding that it is occupied by Duncan Malcolmi, who ministered in it after his father, without papal dispensation. The value of the archdeaconry is 20l.
Granted for all. Nice
, 16 Kal. April, anno 11.
1406. (f. 95.)
John de Dalgles. For confirmation to him of the canonry and prebend of Glasgow called ‘Alcrum,’ which he obtained on the death of Thomas de Barry, who is said to have held also the provostry of the collegiate church of Bothwell, so that the said canonry and prebend were reserved to the apostolic see.
Granted. Savona, Id. May, anno 12.
(f. 99.)
John de Hawyk. For confirmation to him of the precentorship, canonry, and prebend of Glasgow, which he obtained on their voidance by Henry de Wardlaw obtaining the archdeaconry, and his subsequent consecration as bishop of St. Andrews, notwithstanding that the petitioner has the canonry and prebend of Petyt and Brachlyn in Moray.
Granted. Savona, 16 Kal. June, anno 12.
1407. (f. 137.)
Meredith ap Oweyn ap Gruffuth, and Ellyw verch Rys ap Gruffuth, of noble birth, of the diocese of St. Davids. For dispensation to remain in the marriage they have contracted in ignorance that they were related in the fourth degree of kindred, and declaring their past and future offspring legitimate.
Granted. Marseilles, 6 Id. Jan. anno 13.
1406. (f. 145.)
Alexander de Brothi, subdeacon, of the diocese of Moray, of noble birth. For the canonry, prebend, and treasurership of Ross, value 20l. void by the death of John de Sancto Claro, or that of William de Ross, who has held them for three years, being under age, or by reason that Duncan de Forbes has held them for three years, and still holds them without being ordained, notwithstanding that the petitioner has the vicarage of Alith, in the diocese of Dunkeld, value 10l. which he prays to be dispensed to hold for three years.
Granted. Savona, 15 Kal. June, anno 12.
1405. Ibid.
Malcolm de Aula, bachelor of canon law. For confirmation to him of the rectory of Tanadas, value 50l. which he has obtained by way of exchange with William de Strabroc for the prebend of Edilston in Glasgow, a canonry and prebend of St. Mary's, St. Andrews, and the vicarage of Kilkonkar, their resignations having been made to the bishops of St. Andrews and Glasgow.
Granted. Genoa, prid. Kal. July, anno 11.
1406. (f. 164.)
Henry Tod, priest. For the church of Garuald, in the diocese of Glasgow, value 20l. on its voidance by John Herd obtaining Kircbrid or Sanqware, in the same diocese, notwithstanding that the petitioner has the vicarage of Sibaldby, of small value, in the same diocese, which he is ready to resign. Granted. Savona, 4 Non. May, anno 12.