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9-


.. 472W. 872, 1297.




21.


333-




ID.


„ 1298.


May


3-


ii39»-




12.


.. 873.




II.


334. 335-




14-


Brompton-on-Swale,


July


20.


492, 1532.






6o6n, I22S«.


Aug.


25.


Florence, iS4i«.




21.


Ripon, 472 w.


Sep.


I.


Bologna, 1142.




22.


Whixley, 1297.


Oct.


II.






26.


Bishopthorpe, 645.




24.


Luzarches, 1533.




27-


Cawood, 90, 338, 1299.


Nov.


12.


Strood, 1378.




29.


Sherburn-in-Elmet, 496.




14.


Westminster, 1378.






1 146.




IS-


London, 1378.




30.


Brodsworth, 1147.




18.


Westminster, 1145.


Feb.


3-


Thorpe,2 323M.




19-


Ware, 1378.




4-


Gedling, 1300.




26.


Southwell, 866n, 871.




5-


874—876.


Dec.


2.


Brodsworth, 996.




7-


Southwell, 877.




10.


Bishopthorpe, 1534.




8.


Scrooby, 1148.




13-


Ripon, 336, 1296.




9-


Campsall, 878.






EIGHTH


[ YEAR.




Feb.


II.


Bishopthorpe, 1149.


Feb.


28.


Beverley, 1149.




12.


Cawood, 879.


Mar.


2.


Bridlington, 646, 1383.




13-


1301.




3-


1383.




14.


497, 646A.






Hunmanby, 882, 1304.




18.


Bishop Wilton, 647, 880,




4-


[Scarborough, 646A].






1302, 1303.




5-


[West Heslerton. 646A],




21.


Bishop Burton, 498, 881.




6.


[Malton, 497].




22.


Ripon, 715.




7-


Bridlington, 1383.




23-


Bishop Burton, 649.






[Kirkham, 646A].






[Hull, 646A].




9-


[Marton, 497].




25-


[Beverley, 1147].




II.


[Newburgh, 497].




27.


648.1149,1300









1 The archbishop received homage for land in Leicestershire in 1294, " in aula de Totenhale "
(Ree. Giffard, p. 15). Archbishop le Romeyn and his successor often naade it their resting place,
when visiting London. Its site was close to the comer of Euston and Hampstead Roads, just
north of the end of Tottenham Court Road, which commemorates the prebend of Tottenhall, or
Tottenham Court, in St. Paul's Cathedral. The corpus of this prebend was in the parish of St.
Pancras. Mr. A. Hamilton Thompson writes : — " It seems to have been a common stopping-
place for bishops on their visits to London. I have met it in the Lincoln and Hereford Registers,"

2 Thorpe Salvin, or some place between Scrooby and Gedling.



200 THE REGISTER OF ARCHBISHOP JOHN LE ROMEYN.



Mar.


13-


[Thormanby, 497].


Aug.


I.


Scrooby, S07W.




17-


[York, 88ol.




5.


Monk Bretton, 505.




19-


Bishopthorpe, 883.




7-


Scrooby, 1506.




21.


Bishop Wilton, 339, 650.




II.


Laneham, 895, 896.




23-


500.




13-


358. 997-


1293








14.


1152.


Mar.


25-


Bishop Burton, 1305.




IS-


359-




27.


i6on.




16.


Farnsfield, 900.




30-


Beverlev, 651.




17-


Newstead, 903.




31-


Kirk Ella, 652.




19-


Southwell. 362, 903.


Apr.


6.


Scrooby, 653.




21.


Widmerpool, 817M.1




9-


Laneham, 91, 884.




23-


Woodborough, 898.




15-


Tottenhall, 885.






Kinoulton, 899.




22.


1204.




26.


[Blyth, 897].




25.


499n.




27.


Laneham, 656.




26.


650W.






Scrooby, 505A. 1205, 1312




30.


651, 1150.




28.


360, 657, 1 1 52.


May


I.


340, 499.




29.


792n.




8.


1505.




30.


89 in, 900.




14.


654.




31-


900.




IS.


92.


Sep.


4.


Otley, 901.




18.


886.




S-


., 902.




23-


Etal. 333-




6.


., 361,384.385,1313




24.


Tottenhall, 3i6n. 1384.




7-


.. 997.




25.


341, 1307-




II.


Campsall, 13 14.




26.


Cheshunt, 887.




12.


Scrooby, 1 206.


June


4-


Scrooby, 888.






Southwell, 363.




7.


Bishopthorpe, 501.




14.


Kinoulton, 363.




8.


93-




24.


Churchdown, 1238.




10.


1381.




25-


1238.




12.


342, 343.


Oct.


5.


Oddington, 898)1, 904, 905




15.


1384.




18.


Tottenhall, 906.




16.


344, 345.




22.


95-






1309.




23-


364-




20.


Cawood, 346.




24.


257«.




21.


1308.




25.


366.




24.


347. 1 3 10.




26.


95. 365-




25.


892.




29.


i50i».




29.


348. 1151-


Nov


3-


367, 506, 907.


July


I.


1537-




5-


368, 660, 895K




4-


65s, 1311.




6.


659.




6.


349. 889.




7-


658, iso6«.




7.


347«-




10.


814.




II.


Bishopthorpe, 350, 352.




13-


369-




13.


Cawood, 502.




24-


370.




14.


1151-




26.


96, 97-




IS-




503.


Dec.


I.


1386.




16.




353-




5-


London, 660.




17-




890.




6.


Tottenhall, 371, 908, 1153




18.




354-




10.


High Wycombe, 98.




19-




94. 356.




16.


Oddington, 372.




20.




891.




17-


372.




22.




355-




19-


Gloucester, 347M, 357>i,




23-


Bishopthorjje, 357, 13 10.






368 «, 504M.




25.


Cawood, 1385.




20.


907», 909.




27.


[Pontefract, 351].






Churchdown, 373.




28.


Nostcll, 42, 31; I.




21.


993-




30.


[Do


ncaster, 351].









iThe archbishop dedicated the ch\irdi .it Radcliffe-on-Trent on 12 kal. Sep. (Aug. 21), 1293
{Reg. Corbridse, fo. 1,S«).



THE REGISTER OF ARCHBISHOP JOHN LE ROMEYN. 201



i 293-4.




Jan.


24.


Cawood, 1 3 16.


Jan.


I.


Oddington, 11 53, 1316.




28.


Bishopthorpe, 375, 662A.




10.


Shelford (Ancient Peti-
tions, no. 1 1736).




29.


375. 376,
507.




12.


Southwell, 910, iit;3.




30.


377-






1 186.


Feb.


2.


York, 378.




13-


1186.




3-


Bishopthorpe, 3231?, 507.




14.


[Thurgarton, 908].




4-


York, 1390.




22.


Cawood, 374, 662. 1388.




8.


Cawood, 508.




23.


1389-




9-


1317-






NINTH


YEAR.




Feb.


12.


Bishopthorpe, 1391.


May


I.


Hexham, 914, 1323, 1324.




13-


York, 488M, 1392.






1400.




15-
16.


Bishop Wilton, 13 18.

911. 1392
379, 663.




4-
6.

7-


Munch. . . .cton, 1321.
Bishopthorpe, 669.

1401.
York, loi, 316W.




19.


1396.




8.


,. 383, iioow.




20.


515"-
509, 998.

Warter, 677.

[Beverley, 1147].






Bishopthorpe, 513.




23-

24.

25-




9-
II.
12.


Cawood, 670-672, 1321M.
1156.

1325-
I ';o6w.




26.


[Selby, 379].




13-
15.


Mar.


I.


Bishop Burton, 664.
Bishopthorpe, 13 19, 1393




i02», 353M.
Appleton (Roebuck ?),




3-
4-
5-
7-

9-
10.


999-
York, 100, 1000, II 54.
Cawood, 912.

662 AW.

Sherburn-in-Elmet, looi.
Wetherby, 380.
Ripon, 381.




16.

23-

24.
28.


1207.
Bishopthorpe, 915.
Bishop Wilton, 673.

1326.
York, 1402.

Bishopthorpe, 375M, 385,
916.




13-


,. 510.
Bishop Monkton, 100.




30-


Cawood, 1403, 1405.
York, 662AM.




14-


Ripon, 100, 667.


June


■J

3-


Bishopthorpe, 1326.




15-


.. 382, 1395.




8.


Bishop Wilton, 917.






Bishop IMonkton, 665.




12.


Pocklington, 514, 675.






[Fountains, 1320].




I")-


Cawood, 35 5«, 386.\,




16.


Aldfield, 1004.




J


II i;67z, ii<;7.






[Bolton priory, 381].




16.


„ 1326.






Otley. 666.




19-


Southwell, 884H.




21.
22.


Melling, 1002.

[Kirkby Lonsdale, 998].




21.
22.


Nassington, 103.
Abbot's Ripton, 914W.
Tottenhall, 838W.




24.


[Burton in Kendale, 998].




27.


1294.






30.


La Boure, 1406.


Mar.


26.


[Lancaster, 998].


July


5-


918, 919-




28.


Alwinton, 1155.




12.


387.




30.


Kendal, 1005, 1321.




13-


919-






[Dalton-in-Furness, 998].




19-


1328.


Apr.


I.


Lowther, 668.




28.


661 ».




2


[Egremont, 998].


Aug.


14.


Cawood, 389.




4-


Hexham, 508 w, 511.




18.


York, 390.




9-


Alwinton, 1006, ii55«.




25-


Laneham, 391, 392,




II.


1397-




27.


920.




14.


Cawood, 102.


Sep.


I.


921.






Hexham, 512, 1322.




4-


Hundon, 393, 11 58.




21.


Alwinton, 1398, 1399.




6.


Spridlington, 921 A.




24.


Hexham, 5ii«.






Otley, 384, 385.



202 THE REGISTER OF ARCHBISHOP JOHN LE ROMEYN.



Sep.


6.


Laneham, 394.




Nov.


17-


Bishop Burton, 1160.




12.


Scroobv, 676.






20.


400, 1330




13-


[Blvth," 393]-






26.


401-




14.


r^arnsfield, 676.






28.


388-




21.


I'ottenhall, 515






29.


402, 405.




23-


395




Dec.


I.


403-




26.


665


n.




8.


681.




30.


1159-




18.


Beverley, 404, 926.


Oct.


I.


396






20.


Bishop Burton, 914".




7-


Burton (Hospital), 397.






92IAW, 1008.




9-


„ 7SOn.






24.


„ 516.




10.


Gedlino;, 875 )i,


[406, 1407




27.


136H.




14.


Bishopthorpe, 892», 1408.




29.


405. 518-




18.


Bishop Burton,


1007.


129^


■5.






20.


»i 1/


400, 67 5 «
678.


Jan.


3-

5-


1331-
662AK.




22.


>l ft


923, 924-




9-


406.




23-


,, »»


924.




15-


407. 517-




29.


»» It


925.




17-


408.


Nov.


2.


ft It


679.




18.


4o6n.




3-


t t n


5 16.




20.


682.




9-


tt it


7S0«.




22.


1333-




II.


ft j»


1539,




24.


409.410-








1540.


Feb.


I.


519-




12.


** >i


398, 399.




3-


1332.








TENTH


YEAR.




Feb.


12.


Bishop Burton,


1161.


April


22.


Bishopthorpe, 524.




13-


» » tt


927, 928.




29.


Cawood, 104.




14-


It II


929.


Ma>'


I.


1 167.




15-


»* II


520, 683.




2.


105.




16.


• f ) I


1009.




5-


1168.




18.


II » I


1 162,
1163.




17-
18.


Bishop Monkton, 401 «.
936-




25-


»i 1 »


930-




19.


Ripon, II 69.




26.


Beverle3^ 408 «,


931-




22.


Cawood, 520, 937.


Mar.


1.


Bishop Burton,


1334-




23-


106.




5-


.. .,


II 64.




24.


419. 525-




7-


, , » ,


932.




25.


418.




10.


,, , ,


1335-




26.


1336.






Bishop Wilton,


1165.




28.


[Boroughbridge, 105].




II.


Bishop Burton,


411, 684.






[Sherburn, 1051.




12.


» » » »


1409.




30-


York, 928«.




16.


It > >


412.




31-


Cawood, 1 1 70.




19-


Beverley, 521, 685.


June


8.


526, 1171, 1172.






Bishop Burton,


522.




13-


Laneham, 1337.




20.


.. ■,


933. 934-




20.


i6o«.




23-


>> >>


414.




24.


938.


1295-








29.


939.


Mar.


25-


,, ,,


935-


July


3-


Kinoulton, 687.




27.


,,


lOII.




6.


Croxton Kyriel, 420, 1 173.




31-


Warter, 415.






8.


Abbot's Ripton, 940, 941.


Apri


1 3.


Bishop Wilton,


392 M,

522.




14.

15.


London, 1174.
La Boure, 1 1 74.




4-


» 1 It


662AM.




21.


1541-




5-


Cawood, 686.




Aug.


8.


Tottcnhall, 688.




10.


523.






9-


107.




21.


York, 416.






II.


i'7S-




22.


,, 1 166.






12.


942, 943-



THE REGISTER OF ARCHBISHOP JOHN LE ROMEYN'. 2O3



Aug.



Sep.



I



Oct.



Feb.



13-


Tottenhall, 944.


Oct.


29.


York, 426, 1 1 78.


IS-


La Boure, 1176.




30.


Cawood, 429.


25.


Cawood, 945.




31-


Womersley, 1179.


28.


S27-


Nov.


I.


Scrooby, 1180.


8.


Ripon, 68q.




II.


La Bourc. 1340.


10.


.. 946.




19-


i5o6».


12.


Bishop Monkton, 1177.




21.


108.


15-


Ripon, 133S.




22.


108.


19-


Bishop ^lonkton. 690.




30.


Tottenhall, 948«, 955.


21.


Ripon. 508H, 52S.


Dec.


17-


Orston, 430, 955.


23-


,, 422.




22.


Laneham, 956.


24.


., 423, 691. ;29H,




24-


Scrooby, 430A, 695.




947. 948.




30.


Cawood, ioSa.


/•


York, 952.




31-


427-


8.


Cawood, 692.


129


5-6.




9-


424-


Jan.


I.


529-


10.


425, ii7C».




4-


Bishop Wnton, 1181.


II.


[Selby, 422].




12.


Bishop Burton, 431, 1182


13-


Drax, 422, 427.




17-


1183.


IS-


Cawood, 949.




18.


„ 432, 67SW,


17-


9SO.






694.


18.


427, 9SI-




30.


no.


22.


Bishop Wilton, 953.


Feb.


3-


„ 425«-


26.


Bishop Burton, 428.




9-


[York, 1 183].


28.


1339-










ELEVENT


H YEAR.




10.


Bishop thorpe. 696, 957.


Feb.


29.


Bishop Burton, 697.


13-


1184.


Mar.


3-


962.


17-


Laneham, 953n.




4-


434, S30.


19-


Brampton-en-le -Morthen






698.




433- S29«. 958.




II.


The archb. died at Bishop


24.


York, 959.






Burton.


26.


Bishop Burton, 960.




'7-


The archb. buried at


28.


961.






York.



THE REGISTER



OF



ARCHBISHOP HENRYOF NEWARK



ARCHIDIACONATUS ESTRIDINGIE DE ANNO H.,fo.'2.
EBORACENSIS ELECTI, PRIMO.

1. 4 idus Julii (July 12), 1297. Totenhale. Licence from Hunnunby.
" Henricus, permissione divina Eboracensis electus," at the
prayer {ohtentu)oi W., bishop of Ely,i to the abbot of Barde-

ney to sell the coming autumn tithes of Hunmanby.

2. 19 kal. Sept. (Aug. 14, 1297). Eltham. Littera I'lay. r by
domini Dunelmensis^ ad relaxandum sequestrum, in bonis Durham°for
domini Willelmi de Vescy interpositum. Et memorandum ILn ol'the"
quod magister H., officialis, habet originale penes se ex tf^^ ^i^'^t'Jj'g
tradicione domini. Predilecto et precordiali suo salutem ^y°^^^^
in intimis visceribus et amplexu. Affeccionem vestram vescy.
requirimus et rogamus quatinus sequestrum in bonis domini
Willelmi de Vescy in vestra diocesi ad nostram et executorum
domini Johannis de Vescy, fratris dicti domini Willelmi,
instanciam nuper interpositum, relaxari, si placet, quam
cicius faciatis ; faciendo, tamen, per aliquem de vestris
sufficientem securitatem de executoribus dicti domini
Willelmi prius recipi ad respondendum executoribus prefati
domini Johannis super sibi objiciendis, cum super hiis per
eosdem fuerunt requisiti. Dominus vos conservet. Sub
privato sigillo nostro.

3. 12 kal. Nov. (Oct. 21), 1297. Mandate from thejoimof
archb. to the archdeacon of the East Riding to make inquiry

in the chapter of the deanery of Dykering about a benefice,
belonging to the prior and convent of Newburgh {de Novo
burgo),^ to which John de Folk'ton', a poor clerk, had been
provided by the pope.

^William de Luda or Louth, -Anthon\- Bek. See no. 16.

bishop of Ely, 1290-1298. He had ^No church in the deanery of

been dean of St. Martin' s-le-Grand, Dickering is mentioned in Lawton

London, archdeacon of Durham, as having belonged to Newburgh.
and canon of York and Beverley.



206 THE REGISTER OF ARCHBISHOP HENRY OF NEWARK.

Goodman- ^ jq kcil. Oct. (Sept. 22), 1297. MuskaiTi. Testimonial
from the archb. that WilHam de Ford, clerk, ought to be
admitted to a portion in the church of Godmundham on the
presentation of [Roger de] Grimeston.

Buruby. ^ j^^j j)g(^ (Dcc. I, 1 297). Wylton. Institution of

[John] de Seleby, subdeacon, to the church of Brunneby on
the presentation of Sir Edmund de Eyncourt, knt. He had
licence to study.

Mandate uot 6. 3 Houas Dec. (Dec. 3, 1297). Wylton. Mandate to an

fresh ""^ unknown religious house not to admit any more inmates

"'™''''- " ad habitum vel perhendinandum."

cioodmau- y Idibus Jau. (Jan. 13), 1297-8. Cawode. Commission
to try a case about a third part or portion of the church of

Godmundham, in dispute between Thomas

Hamelton' on the one part, and William de Ford, elk.,
presented by Roger de Grimeston', on the other.

Batiubton. 8. II kal. Marcii (Feb. 19, 1297-8). Cawode. Mandate
not to trouble the rector of Berneston for non-residence.

9. Letters dimissory for Thomas de Harpham, acolyte,
an Oxford scholar, on the title of the prior and convent of
St. Frideswyde's (Fresewyda), Oxford.

Burton 10. lustitution and induction of priest, to the

'^^"^^' vicarage of Burton Anneys on the pres. of the abbot and
convent of St. Mary's, York, " cum onere personalis resi-
dencie juxta formam constitucionis legati super hoc edite."

Himmanby. II 1', 1297. Liceucc to the abbot of Bardeney

to sell the tithes of the church and chapels of Hunmanby
before being separated from the other nine parts.

Burythorpe. J2. 2 idus Aprilis (April 14), 1298. Institution and

induction of i to the church of Berthorpe, on the

pres. of the prior and convent of Kirkham.

Fo. 2d. 13. 4 kal. Junii (May 29), 1298. Cawode. Institution

Ettoii. and induction of Sir John de Arderne, priest, to the church
of Etton on the pres. of Sir John Wake.

May 27, 1298. York. Renunciation by Laurence de
Etton of all right in the presentation to the church of Etton,
vacant by the death of Henry de Chaddesdene. Sealed with
the seal of the official of the court of York.

wresseii. 14 ij kal. Julii, anno i, (Aug , 1298). Licence

to W. de Grendale, rector of Wrcsel, to study for two years.

^Probably Master John dc Wode- rector of Wheldrake, in 1304 {Keg.
hous', who was appointed co- Coyhyidgc, fo. 87).
adjutor to Sir Simon de Barneby,



THE REGISTER OF ARCHBISHOP HENRY OF NEWARK. 207

15 Cawode. Littera finalis compoti per ali- Ro^"'^f'^' °^

quern redarguti de false quo non probato imponitur per- ^^°^°J^^ ^j
petuum silencium querent!. Universis ad quorum noticiam Margaret
pervenerit hec scriptura, Henricus, permissione divina charg'edwith
Eboracensis archiepiscopus, Anglie primas, salutem in *°''s^^-
amplexibus Salvatoris. Noverit universitas vestra quod,
cum Robertus, dictus de Norfolk', de Scardeburgh, executor

testament! quondam Margar' Brun de eadem ex

officio nostro ad diem Lune, in vigilia beat! Johannis baptiste

(June 23), 1298, super administracione s compotum

redditurus, Roberto de Brumbton', nostrum in hac parte
officium promovente ; idem Robertus de Norff' dicto die coram

nobis litteram officialis curie nostre Eboracensis

sede vacante coram nobis exhibuit per quam apparebat

ipsum super administracione et de administracione

hujusmodi absolutum fuisse. Et quia predictus Robertus

de Brumbton predictum compotum c invenisse in

bonis predicte testatricis quinquaginta duas libras in pecunia

numerata eumque f alsum vel s pro eo quod non

onerat se nisi de triginta et una libris xvjs yjd de pecunia

numerata inventa d Brumbton' sexdecim produxit

testes, quibus juratis et diligenter examinatis eorumque

pupplicatis, compertum est quod ipse Robertus de

Brumbton in sue probacionis intencione sede vacante

fidem adhibentes pleniorem, ipsum Robertum de Norff' ab

ad absolutum, prefato Roberto de Brombton' super

inquietacione ipsi Roberto imponentes. In cujus rei

testimonium sigillum nostrum presentibus est appensum.

16. 6 idus Julii, anno i (July lo, 1298). Relaxation, at wui. de
the request of the bishop of Durham, of the sequestration in '^^^^'
the goods of Sir William de Vescy deceased. " Memorandum
quod originale est in parvo haneperio."

17. Same day. Thorpe. Collation, institution and indue- coodman-
tion of Thomas de Grimeston, subdeacon, to the third part '^"*™'

in the church of Godmundham, which had fallen to the
archbishop's collation by lapse of time.

18 Thorp near York. Mandate to the official Rowley

to make inquiry about the church of Rouley, which was in

dispute between Sir Nicholas de Suthbyry, chaplain, of

and Alan de Thornton'. 1

19. 15 kal. Julii, anno i (June 17, 1298). The abbots of
Thorneton and Bardeney made their obedience to the
^Later on Robert of Beverley was presented (no. 362).



208 THE REGISTER OF ARCHBISHOP HENRY OF NEWARK.

archb. for the churches they held " in proprios usus " in the

diocese.
Kiiubca 20. 3 nonas Aug. (Aug. 3, 1298). Lanum. Institution

and induction of Stephen de Holym, priest, to the vicarage

of Kylnese on the pres. of the proctor of the abbot and

convent of Aumale {Albemarlie).
Goodman- 21. 7 kal. Sept., anno i (Aug. 26, 1298). Thorp. Licence,

eit the request of Sir William de Hamelton, to the rector of

Godmundham to study for two years.

22 1298. Dispensation for John Wisman of

Hedon, acolyte, " [de soluto] genitus et soluta."

23. 1298. Burton near Beverley. Obedience of brother

Philip de B , master of the order of Sempingham, to

the archb. in his chapel, for churches held in the diocese.

Present, the priors of Lincoln and Watton and

Hugh de Menithorp, Sirs Roger de Mar, William de Sothill

and John de Jakeley, also Master J ton',

CAPITULA EBORACI, BEVERLACI, SUWELLIE ET
RYPONIE CUM CAPELLA EBORACI, DE ANNO

PRIMO.

F0.3. 24. let pertinencium ipsius et inductum defendi, amotoab

Southwell, eo quolibet illicito detentore, sibique stallum in choro,

prebende dicte debitum, et locum in capitulo cum plenitudine

juris canonici assignari. Verum quia de morte predicti

magistri Pauli et mortis ejus tempus {sic) et vobis et nobis

legitime constare oporteret ad hoc ut ad ipsam prebendam

admitteretur, presertim cum in eadem ecclesia quedam alia

prebenda, que fuit Georgii de Iporegia,^ jam diu vacaverit,

quam, ut eidem Lamberto debitam, procuratoribus ejusdem

offerri fecimus et testato sicque que istarum sibi debeatur

sit incertum. Et quia quidam Willelmus nomine, omnino

laicus, asserens se substitutum a Guidone Bardi predicto,

dictum negocium prosequebatur, quod vos credimus ignorare,

quern in possessionem predicte prebende et pertinencium

ejusdem inducere et sibi stallum in choro et locum in capitulo

assignare nobis inhonestum et omnino indecens videbatur,

execucioni mandati vestri predicti supersedemus ad presens,

donee cerciorati fuerimus plenius de premissis, et ydoneus

venerit procurator, in cujus persona que de jure fieri debeant

honeste poterunt adimpleri ; expressius protestantes nos

^Beginning of this document has -See nos. 29, 60. George de

been lost. See no. 60. Solerio of Ivrea (Iporegia) was a

canon of Southwell (vol. i, 378).



THE REGISTER OF ARCHBISHOP HENRY OF NEWARK. 209

velle, ut tenemiir, mandatis apostolicis reverenter in singulis
obedire. Valeatis. Dat. apud Scroby x kal. Junii (May 23,
1298).

25. Idibus Junii (June 13), 1298. Thorp. Admission by Ripon.
H., elect of York, to a prebend at Rypon, of John, " natus
nobilis viri Brante Saraceni de Urbe," in the person of Master
Andrew de Mangecapra, his proctor.

CAPITULA EBORACI, BEVERLACI, SUWELLIE ET

RYPONIE CUM CAPELLA EBORACI, DE ANNO

PONTIFICATUS PRIMO.

26. 14 kal. Juhi (June 18), 1298. Thorpe. Collation of Southweu.
William de Newerch, elk., to the prebend of North-Muscham

in the church of Suwelle. Mandate to install.

27. II kal. Aug., feast of St. Mary Magdalen (July 22), ^^bendsoi
1298. Scroby. Collation, in the presence of Master H. deandHoime,
Menithorpe, and Sir J. de Luke, and Sir Roger de Mar, of
Master W. de Pik[ering],i archdeacon [of Nottingham], to

the prebend of Wichton, vacant by the archb.'s consecration,
and of Master Robert de Pik[ering], professor of Civil Law,
to the prebend of Holm, both in the church of York. Mandate
to install.

28. 25 kal. Aug. (July 27), 1298. Lanum. Collation of Buton
Sir Philip de Wylughby,^ dean of Lincoln, to the prebend of yoIk?'^'
Bylton in the church of York. Mandate to install.

29. 5 idus Aug. (Aug. 9, 1298). Schelton. Admission of southweii.
Lambert, son of Niger Cambius of Florence, to the prebend

at Southwell which had belonged to Paulus* Dentauite.

30. 5 nonas Oct. (Oct. 3), 1298. Cawode. Mandatum

^According to the Yorkshire Maud, widow of Adam le Bruys of
Assize Roll for 21 Edward i (no. Pykering, daughter and heir of
1087). m. 9, Pickering was also Symon Ughtreth of Scardeburg, to
rector of Scorbrough (Scoureburgh). Master William de Pykering, arch-
It would appear from a thirteenth deacon of Nottingham, of all her
century charter in the Dodsworth lands, etc., in Scardeburgh, Whalles-
MSS. (xcv, 66), that paternally grave, now Palsgrave, and Hater-
William of Pickering was a Bruce. berg. The donor does not call the
The deed in question is a grant by archdeacon her son, though the
John, son of William de Craven in pedigree there makes him such.
Midleton. to Master William de ^jsjote in the margin. " Cui nee
Pikering, son of Adam le Brus of ego interfui nee dominus Rogerus."
the same, of two bovates of land in 3\\?yiug5y i^ the margin,
the territory of the vill of Midleton ^Paulinus in the margin. He was
juxta Pikering. W^itnesses, William also called Decacauiti {]Vickwa]ie's
Malecake.knt., Thomas deEbreston, Register, p. 181) and Deucauite
Roger de Wrelton, Bernard de (infra). According to Le Neve
Berch, William son of Thomas, (Fasti, iii, 443) he held the prebend



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