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of York would bring to him on Friday before Palm Sunday
(April I).

364. Kal. Sept. (Sept. i) 1299. Notice to Sir William fo. 59.
de Suwelle, rector of a third part of the church of Guth- Eastthorpe.
mundham, that the com in the common fields (campis) of
Esthorpe, belonging to the dowers (doHbus) of the ladies Alice

de Oketon and the relict of Sir Gilbert de Louthe, knt.,
deceased {dcfundorum), had been committed to the custody
of William Sturmy.

365. 2 idus Sept. (Sept. 12), 1299. Letters dimissory for w^ter
brother Wilham de Grimston, subdeacon, and brother
William de Kyrketon, deacon, canons of the priory of Warter,

to receive the higher orders from O., bishop of Lincoln.

366. Notice to the archdeacon or his official that the sutton^on-
custody of the sequestration in the church of Sutton on
Derewent, which was vacant, had been committed to
Ralph de Wiggeton, clerk, presented by the abbot and
convent of Wyteby.^

^Lett. from North. Reg., p. 196. SMaster Ralph de Wiggeton had

2See no. 18 and Reg. Corbridge, letters of institution and induction
fo. 91. on 9 kal. Jan. (Dec. 24).



324



THE REGISTER OF ARCHBISHOP HENRY OF NEWARK.



Thwing.



South
Dalton.



Skirpenbeck.



Portion of
the children
of WiU. de
Castello of
Beverley.



Skirpenbeck,



Fo. 59d.



Fo. 61.

Guisborough
priory.



367. Idibus Nov. (Nov. 13). Continuation of the custody
of the sequestration of the church of Tweng in favour of
Master Wilham of Beverley, rector of a mediety. 7 kal.
Dec. (Nov. 25). Master Wilham of Beverley, subdeacon,
had letters dimissory for all higher orders.

368 idus Jan., 1299-1300. Letters dimissory for

Robert de Ofiinton, subdeacon, rector of Suth-Dalton.

369. 17 kal. Aprilis (March 16), 1299-1300. Letters
dimissory for Richard, son of Adam Breton of Schepyng
Norton, acolyte, rector of Skyrkenbeke, to be ordained by
any bishop except a Scotch one.

370. Eodem die. Sequestrum in bonis liberorum
Willelmi de Castello [de] Beverlaco [Capitulum, etc., sede
vacante]. Quoniam ex certis causis porcionem liberorum
Willelmi de Castello de Beverlaco ex legato in testamento

dicti Willelmi, patris eorundem ordinacione bone

memorie H., quondam Eboracensis archiepiscopi, plenius

continetur,! eosdem impuberes et minores q' penes

Thomam de Redenes' de Beverlaco et Amiam uxorem ejus
residet et existit, quousque de eisdem bonis . . . s,prout ex nos-
tri officii debito tenemur, ordinatum fuerit et provisum, se-
questra vimusjusticia exigente ; vobis . . . mandamus quatinus
c et xvj libras, in quibus consistit porcio antedicta in pecunia
numerata, de pecunia in ma[nibus dictorum] Thome et
Amie existente si invenire poteritis, alioquin de bonis aliis

dictorum Thome et Amye usque ad summe predicte

sequestretis arcius vice nostra et sub arto sequestro, quousque
aliud a nobis receperitis in mandatis, sicut de hiis coram
nobis volueritis respondere cum per nos fueritis requisiti,
faciatis inviolabiter custodiri. Contradictores et rebelles
per censuras ecclesie compescatis. Valete.

371. 2 idus March (March 14), 1299-1300. Institution
and induction of Richard, son of Adam Breton of Skeppyng
Norton, acolyte, to the church of Skirkenbeck, on the pres.
of the abbot and convent of Qwitteby, saving their yearly
pension of one mark. " Eodem die magister Adam de
Coupland', rector ecclesie de Foxholes, manucepit de satis-
faciendo capitulo de contemptu facta {sic) per abbatem et
conventum de Wyteby, super eo quod de littera capituli
responsum aliquod non dederunt.

ARCHIDIACONATUS CLIVELANDIE.

372. 18 kal. Oct. (Sept. 14), 1299. Letters dimissory

^See no. 272.



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for brothers John de Crauncewyke, having the first tonsure,
Thomas de Mildisbor', John de Neuland, acolytes, Robert de
Wylton, Geoffrey de Caldebeke, subdeacons, and John de
Twenge, deacon, canons of the priory of Gisburgh, to receive
holy orders from any English bishop.

373. 17 kal. Dec. (Nov. 15). The same for John de wath.
Wintringham, acolyte, rector of Wath by Ripon, for
the order of subdeacon.i

374. Nonis Dec. (Dec. 5). Proclamation that the ^os^^^
morrow of St. Thomas the apostle (Dec. 22) had been assigned crin^TouJ'''
to Walter de Bolleby, clerk, accused of homicide in a secular
court, for his purgation in the greater church at York. He
purged himself on that day before Master John de
Nassington, the official and commissary of the chapter.

Compurgatores Walteri de Bolby ; — dominus Gauwynus ^°- ^"•
de Thwenge, magister Adam de Ceton', Thomas de Alver- His com-
thorp', dominus Johannes rector ecclesie sancte Elene, ^'^^^ """^
dominus Willelmus de Hamelake capellanus, dominus
Symon de Bolmer, dominus Egidius capellanus, dominus
Michael de sancta Bega, dominus Rogerus dictus Sire,
dominus Johannes de Rykal', dominus Paulinus cappellanus
(sic), dominus Thomas de Karlebery, Johannes de Thometon',
Thomas dictus Play diaconus, Walterus de Norton', Walterus
de Witteby, Gervasius de Loftehouse, Hugo de Esington',
Willelmus de Beswyke, Willelmus de Hemmigburg', Henricus
de Kendal', Willelmus de Fulthorp', . . . .de Billingburg', ....
[He Jmmigburgh .

Saturday before the feast of St. Nicholas the bishop (Dec. ^°- ^i-
5), 1299. Bond in 200 marks to the chapter of York from Bond for ws
Gawan de Twenge, rector of Lithum (Kirkleatham), and^^^*^"^"^
Adam de Setun, rector of Holm in Spaldingmor, " si dictum
Walterum de Bolleby carcerem vel custodiam dicti capituli
contingat evadere."

6 kal. Jan. (Dec. 27). Littera domino regi super restitu- ^^^"^^
clone bonorum ejusdem Walteri. Ex[c]ellentissimo principi, chapter to
domino suo, domino E., Dei gracia regi Anglie illustri, restore his°
domino Hybernie et duci Aquitanie, sui devoti clerici, by°t1i^4^*''^''
capitulum beati Petri Eboracensis, custodes spirituaUtatis ^aTjoved^
archiepiscopatus Eboracensis sede vacante, salutem in Eo ^^^^y
per quem reges regnant et principes dominantur. Quia compurga-
Walterum de Bolby, clericum, parochie dicti archiepiscopatus

^14 kal. Feb. (Jan. 19, 1299-1300), he had letters dimissory for the

order of deacon.



326 THE REGISTER OF ARCHBISHOP HENRY OF NEWARK.

Eboracensis, nuper coram Hugone de Crassingham (sic) et
sociis suis, justiciariis vestris apud Eboracum itinerantibus,
super sinistra suspicione homicidii Willelmi de Moubray,
Matilda uxoris ejus, Hilda filia ajusdem Willelmi, et Ricardi
fratris ejus, apud Busceby in Clyveland, ut dicitur, inter-
fectorum, ractatum at defamatum, quam post iter justiciario-
rum eorundem coram domino Rogero Brabazon et sociis suis,
specialiter ad placita vestra audienda et tarminanda
assignato (sic), per breve vastrum da racordo apud Eboracum
venire fecistis, qui prafatum Walterum juxta privilagium
clericale nobis, prout moris est in regno vestro, liberarunt :
coram nobis, ad quos jurisdiccio archiepiscopalis sede
vacante pertinat, congruis loco at tempore innocenciam
suam super dicto homicidii crimine legitime purgavit, ab
eodem crimine sibi inposito inculpabilem sentencialiter
pronunciavimus penitus et inmunem, eundem pristine fame
sua rastituentes, sicut jus at racio in casu hujusmodi requi.
....at. Regiam celsitudinem vestram devote rogamus
quatinus pro reverencia Dei et ecclasia sua, cujus minister

est idem purgatus, bona et catalla sua, pretextu dicti

criminis sibi impositi per vicecomitem Eboracensem actanus

confiscata, precipere velitis eidem Waltero restitui

intuitu Jesu Christi. Consarvet vos, etc.
rhrprior°ess 375- 3 kal. Jan. (Dec. 30), 1299. Littera directa priorisse
hoimeto ^^ conventui de Keldholm ut recipiant Cristianam de
take back Styvcliugton', caruudem commonialem, licet exierit suum

Christiana -^ *-".,. . __ . . . , __ , ^

of Stilling- monastenum bma vice. Priorisse et conventui da Keld-
twicrie°ft holm. Cristiana de Styvelington' muliere intelleximus

the house, j-gfgj-gjj^g quod licct lu velo religionis assumpto vitam

regularem profassa fuisset, ac post tempus professionis

hujusmodi, instigante diabolo monastarium bina vice.

Cum itaque ipsa muliar, ad nos sapius accedens asserensque

se redire velle ad monastarium ante sua admissione,

petens a nobis humiliter vestram devosionem [sic) nostris

litteris excitari, attendentes in men am, qui cum

iratus fuerit mansuetudinis recordatur, ipsam ad vos

remittimus velud membrum a morbo conna suo

corpori secundum exiganciam regule vivend', dum tamen
parata sit pro sui qualitata delicti hujusmodi panitenciam

subire [cajnonicum non obsistat. Injuncta sibi pro

modo culpe penitencia salutari secundum vestri ordinis
disciplinam ; vos monentes [at] axhortantes quatinus eandem
inter vos recipere satagatis modis omnibus ut sororem, ne ob



THE REGISTER OF ARCHBISHOP HENRY OF NEWARK. 327

vestrum defectum, ipsa [profe]ssa ad nos iterum redeunte,
vobis vel aliis quibus expedire videbitur arcius scribere
compellamur. Bene valete.

376. 14 kal. Marcii (Feb. 17), 1299-1300. Custody of the Kirkby
sequestration in the church of Kirkeby under KnoUe com- ^°°'''^'^-
mitted to Robert de Fulestowe, elk., presented by Sir Roger

de Lascelles, knt. 12 kal. Marcii. Robert de Fulestowe,
having the first tonsure, had letters dimissory to receive the
higher orders from any bishop except a Scotch one.i

377. 16 kal. Aprilis (March 17, 1299-1300). Letters fo. eid.
dimissory for brothers Ralph de Elredby, John de Lutton, vvhitby
and Alan de Malteby, canons {sic) of the abbey of Witeby, *'^''^®^'
deacons.

378.2 8 kal. Aprilis (March 25), 1300. Sequestration in stokesiey.
the church of Stokesiey committed to Roger (sic) de Olney,
proctor of Master Reginald of St. Albans, presented by the
abbot and convent of St. Mary's, York, and to Sir John,
rector of Lofthouses, the chapter's sequestrator in the
archdeaconry of Cleveland.

379. Same day. Institution and induction of Sir Henry scawton.
Malebys, chaplain, to the church of Scalton on the pres. of

Sir Richard Malebys, knt.

ARCHIDIACONATUS NOTINGHAMIE.

380. 9 kal. Sept. (Aug. 24), 1299. Letters dimissory for ^°- ^^•
Robert de Morton, acolyte.

381. 7 idus Sept. (Sept. 7). Mandate to the dean of
Nottingham to seek out and receive clerks accused of crimes
before the king's justices at Nottingham.

382. Memorandum quod xviij, kalendas Octobris (Sept.
14), 1299, Thomas de Geythull', acolitus, habuit litteras
dimissorias die convocacionis ex precepto omnium canoni-
corum, etc.

383. 12 kal. Sept. (Aug. 21). Sequestration, imposed by st. Nk;ho^^,
the archbishop on the fruits of the churches of St. Nicholas,
Nottingham, and Tyversolt, relaxed by the chapter.

384. 14 kal. Nov. (Oct. 19, 1299). Letter to the prior and owthorpe.
convent of Thurgurton for the reconciliation of the church-

110 kal. Aprilis (March 23) Robert Sir John, rector of Lofthouses.

de Fulestowe, acolyte, instituted appointing him sequestrator with

(fo. 61d). Richard de Olney; and a third,

2This document is addressed to dated 8 idus Aprilis (April 6),

the archdeacon of Cleveland. There addressed to the archdeacon,

is another one of the same date and appointing Richard de Olney the

on the same subject, addressed to sole sequestrator.



328 THE REGISTER OF ARCHBISHOP HENRY OF NEWARK.

yard of their church of Outhorpe, " sanguinis effusione

pollutum."

sheiford 385. 2 kal. [Dec] (Nov. 30), 1299. Letters dimissory for

p"ory- brothers Thomas de Staunford, John de Thorlaston,

subdeacons, Nicholas de Thurgurton, Hugh de Suwelle,

Gilbert de Bekingham and John de Neuton, acolytes, canons

of the house of the Blessed Mary of Schelfoid ; on . . . kal. Dec.

for John de Halugton, deacon; on . . . nonas Dec. for Henry de

Leake. Suttou, dcacou, rcctor of Leke, deacon ; and on 16 kal. Marcii

(Feb. 15, 1299-1300) for John de Notingham, William de

pri^ry.^'' Dingley and Thomas de Wodecroft, canons of Newstead

{de Novo loco), having the first tonsure.
Biyth. 386, Kal. Dec. (Dec. i, 1299). Mandate to the dean of
Retteford to cite William de Ryley to appear on Thursday
after the feast of St. {sancte) before certain commis-
sioners in the causes between Sir Robert, vicar of St. Mary's,
Ely the {de Blyda), plaintiff, and the prior and convent of the
same, defendants, and to give evidence " super quibusdam
excepcionibus peremptoriis ex parte dictorum religiosorum
contra vicarium predictum propositis."
Teversaii. 387. 6 kal. Jau. (Dcc. 2^), 1299. Suggcstlo domiui
vviu. de Willelmi de Thorntoft a sentencia diffinitiva per magistrum

V. Thos? Willelmum de Wirkessale facta super vacacione

^''"^' ecclesie de Tyversolt' Decano de Notingham. Sua

nobis Willelmus de Thornetoft clericus peticione monstravit
quod, cum ad ecclesiam de Tyversolt', Eboracensis diocesis,
vacantem, fuisset legitime presentatus, ac dominum Thomam
Fo. 62d. Barry, possessioni dicte ecclesie incumbentem, super vaca-
cione ecclesie supradicte et sua admissione ad eandem coram
bone memorie H., quondam archiepiscopo Eboracensi, etsuis
commissariis, ex delegacione apostolica cognoscentibus,
traxisset in causam, magister Willelmus de Wyrkessai, dudum
Eboracensis curie commissarius generalis, cui dictus pater
commiserat specialiter vices suas, in dicta causa perperam
procedens, sentenciam contra ipsum Willelmum tulit iniquam
diffinitivam, a qua dicti patris audiencia, que per ipsius
mortem nostra efficitur, ut asserit, appellavit. Quocirca
vobis mandamus, firmiter injungentes quatinus citetis
peremptorie prefatum dominum Thomam in ecclesia de
Tyversolt' antedicta, si ibidem reperiatur, alioquin
procuratorem ejus, si quem dimiserit, quod compareat
coram nobis vel nostris commissariis, uno vel pluribus, in
majori ecclesia Eboracensi die Lune proxima ante festum



THE REGISTER OF ARCHBISHOP HENRY OF NEWARK. 329

sancti Hillarii proximo futuri (Jan. ii), in dicta appellacionis
causa processurus, facturus et recepturus quod justicia
suadebit ; inhibentes nichilominus eidem et aliis omnibus
quibus jus inhiberi exigit et requirit, ne, pendente hujusmodi
appellacionis negocio coram nobis vel commissariis nostris,
uno vel pluribus, quicquam in partis appellantis prejudicium
attemptent vel faciant aliqualiter attemptari, quominus
appellacionis sue prosecucionem habeat, ut est justum.
Diem vero recepcionis presencium et quicquid faciendum
duxeritis in premissis nobis vel commissariis nostris notificare
curetis citra diem predictum per vestras patentes litteras
harum seriem continentes.

388. 13 kal. Feb. (Jan. 20, 1299-1300). Letters dimissory
for Robert de Grave, acolyte.

389. 16 kal. Marcii (Feb. 15, 1299-1300). Suggestio xeversaii.
domini Thome Barry super causa appellacionis inter ipsum wiu. de

et dominum W. de Thorntoft, ad ecclesiam de Tyversolt' Thos"B°arry'.
presentatum. Capitulum, etc., sede vacante, dilecto fratri ,^hSbiU(



tion



et concanonico nostro, magistro Thome de Eadburbury, xh^^'dr
salutem et fraternam in Domino caritatem. Sua nobis Eadburbury,

. . „,, the judge.

magister Eudricus de Burgundia, procurator domim Thome,
peticione monstravit quod vos auctoritate commissionis per
nos vobis facte specialiter cognoscentes in causa appellacionis,
que inter dominum Willelmum de Thorntoft, clericum, ad
ecclesiam de Tyversolt', Eboracensis diocesis, presentatum,
partem appellantem, ex parte una, et dictum dominum
Thomam Barry, possessioni dicte ecclesie incumbentem,
partem appellatam coram vobis, ex altera, vertebatur, in
eadem perperam procedentes, iniquam contra dictum
dominum suum diffinitivam sentenciam protuHstis, a qua tan-
quam ab iniqua ad nostram audienciam legitime, ut asserit,
appellavit. Quocirca vobis inhibemus ne, pendente hujusmodi
causa appellacionis coram nobis vel nostris commissariis,
uno vel pluribus, per nos deputandis specialiter in hac parte,
in partis appellantis prejudicium aliquid attemptetis seu
faciatis aliqualiter attemptari, quominus dictus dominus
Thomas cause sue appellacionis prosecucionem liberam
habeat, ut est justum ; citantes nichilominus peremptorie
partem appellatam vel procuratorem ejusdem quod com-
pareat coram nobis vel coram commissariis nostris, uno vel
pluribus, in capitulo nostro Eboracensi die Lune proxima
post Cineres (Feb. 29), in dicta causa appellacionis processurus,
facturus et ulterius recepturus in eadem quod justicia



330 THE REGISTER OF ARCHBISHOP HENRY OF NEWARK.

suadebit ; et vos dictis die et loco intersitis ibidem, si vobis
videbitur expedire. Quid autem feceritis in premissis nos
vel commissarios nostros, unum vel plures, dictis die et loco
certificetis per vestras litteras patentes, harum seriem
continentes. Valete.
Nosteii 3go. 4kal. Marcii (Feb. 27), 1299-1300. Letters dimissory

for brothers Benedict de Camesale, Andrew de sancto Paulo,
Geoffrey de . , . .keby and John Daubene}^ deacons, canons
of the priory of St. Oswald, to receive the order of priesthood
Leake. ffom auy bishop except a Scotch one. Also to Henry de

Sutton, rector of Leeke, deacon, for the same.
Rob. Beupe, 351. n kal. Aprilis (March 22), 1299-1300. Proclamation
theft. to Robert Beupe, clerk, of Marcham, accused of theft in

a secular court, to purge himself in the chapter house at
Yorki on [Wednesday] after the Sunda}^ on which " Quasi
modo geniti " (April 20) was sung.
Fo. 64. Dominus Willelmus Bardolf, rector ecclesie de Kirketon',

His com- dominus Ricardus de Weston' miles, Robertus capellanus
de Est-Markham, Thomas filius Henrici de eadem, [Robertus
clericus de Est-Markham],^ Radulphus de Tokesford' clericus,
Hugo Flambard de eadem, Willelmus Suppry de Markham,
Willelmus filius Rogeri de Askham, Willelmus de Rampton'
clericus, Adam filius Nicholai de Derleton', dominus Johannes
de Bautre capellanus, Robertus de Elkeslegh, [Willelmus de
eadem], Johannes de Kirketon', Petrus de Whytewell',
Johannes de Wellum, [Petrus de Wytewell'].
Fo. 62d. 392. 7 kal. Aprilis (March 26), 1300. Inquisicio super

ReconciUa- vlolcncia facta in ecclesia beate Marie Notinghamie.
Mary°s,^'' Capitulum, etc., discreto viro, decano Notinghamie,
Nottingham, salutcm in Auctore salutis. Accepimus a nonnullis

quod in ecclesia beate Marie Notinghamie

violenciam illatam in ilia adminus cessatur. Volentes
itaque super violencia ista et modo ejusdem cerciorari,
devocioni tue injungimus et mandamus quatinus, personaliter
ad locum ipsum declinans, per fidedignos vicinie diligenter
inquiras de modo prefate violencie, videlicet, cui et in qua
parte corporis, quo animo ac in qua parte ecclesie et qua
ho[ra] illata fuerit ; necnon super circumstanciis aliis que in
hac parte fuerint attendente (sic), nos de premissis et an ob

^Mandate to Patrick de Brafer- John de Nassington, the official, by

ton, bailill of Ripon, to bring the compurgators whose names are

Beupe to York on that day. The given above,

said Robert purged himself on 10 ^jsjames in brackets cancelled,
kal. Mail (April 22), before Master



THE REGISTER OF ARCHBISHOP HENRY OF NEWARK. 331

hoc cessatum fuerit vel non, distincte et aperte certificans
per tuas patentes litteras, que harum seriem representent.

393. 2 kal. Aprilis (March 31, 1300). Institution andFo.es.
induction of Peter de Columbers, subdeacon, to the church of sheiton.
Schelton on the pres. of Sir John de Chameles, knt.

ARCHIDIACONATUS RYCHEMUNDIE. Fo.ee.

394. Nonis Nov. (Nov. 5), 1299. Letters dimissory for Easby
brothers Henry de Dunolmo,i acolyte, Nigel de Ireby, ''^^^^•
Wilham Borel, subdeacons, and John de Bisopton, deacon,
canons of the monastery of St. Agatha, for higher orders.

395. 7 kal. Nov. (Oct. 26), 1299. Proclamacio R. de Mandate to
Derlington. Capitulum, etc., sede vacante, discrete viro, of''°
domino officiali Richemundie, salutem in Auctore salutis. k.'^n^iu^e'^
Ex parte R. de Derhngton', clerici, in foro seculari super Ro°ger of
furti crimine diffamati ac carcerali custodie juxta consue- Sk'^^'^fcSsed
tudinem Anglicane ecclesie mancipati, nobis est humiliter °* 'V' "^ ^
supplicatum quod, cum ipse super diffamacione predicta court.
paratus fuerit coram nobis canonice se purgare, eum ad
purgacionem hujusmodi faciendam admittere dignaremur ;
volentes itaque de vita, conversacione et moribus ejusdem,

ac qualis opinionis et nominis in suis partibus fuerit, et an
super dicto crimine culpabilis extiterit, aut aliis et tunc
quibus, cerciorari primitus et ex causa ; devocioni vestre
mandamus quatinus super singulis predictis articulis, de
dicto crimine presertim, vocatis tam clericis quam laycis
fidedignis, juratis et diligenter examinatis, in decanatu
vestro inquiratis plenius veritatem. Et, si inquisicio pro
dicto clerico dicat plane, faciatis in locis quibus expedire
videritis proclamari quod si quis quicquam justum proponere
voluerit quominus ad admissionem purgacionis predicte
procedi debeat, in capitulo nostro Eboracensi in crastino
sancti Andree apostoli jam instantis (Dec. i) compareat
coram nobis [et] quatenus canonicum fuerit cum complemento
justicie audietur. Quicquid autem super hiis inveneritis seu
feceritis, nobis ad singulos respondendo articulos, distincte
et aperte per vestras patentes litteras, que harum tenorem
contineant, rescribatis. Valete.^

396. 8 idus Dec. (Dec. 6), 1299. Commission to J., E^st^^^
bishop of Carlisle, to reconcile the church of Est Cuton,

" violenta sanguinis effusione pollutam."

^Called William de Dunolmo in bailiff of Ripon, to bring Roger de
no. 400. Dernyngton to York for his purga-

^Mandate to Patrick de Braf erton, tion.



332 THE REGISTER OF ARCHBISHOP HENRY OF NEWARK.



Certificate
that the
rector of
Langton had
been
ordained.



Kirkby
Ireleth.



PickhiU.



Easby
abbey.



Purgation
of Roger of
Darlington.



Fo. 63.

Names of
his com-
purgators.



397. 4 kal. Feb. (Jan. 29), 1299-1300. Noverint universi
quod nos, capitulum, etc., sede vacante, ex inspeccione
registri bone memorie H., quondam Eboracensis archiepis-
copi, comperimus quod dominus Galfridus de Langeton',
rector ecclesie de eadem, in diaconum et presbiterum statutis
a jure temporibus rite et canonice extitit ordinatus, super
quibus tenore presencium testimonium perhibemus.

398. 3 kal. Feb. (Jan. 30), 1299-1300. Letters dimissory
for Robert de Morton, subdeacon, presented to the vicarage
of the church of Kirkebirhth.

399. Licence for the rector of Pikhale to have the church-
yard of the church of Pikhale reconciled by any English,
Welsh or Irish bishop. Witnesses, Thomas de Eadburbury
and R. de Ford.

400. 5 kal. Aprilis (March 28), 1300. Letters dimissory
for William de Dunolmo, subdeacon, Nigel de Ireby and
William Burel, deacons, canons of the monastery of St.
Agatha, to be ordained by any bishop except a Scotch one.

401. 3 kal. March (Feb. 29), 1299-1300. Purgacio ejus-
dem Rogeri de Dernyngton'. Memorandum quod predictus
Rogerus, super hujusmodi crimine diffamatus, coram
magistro Johanne de Nassington', officiali nostro sede
vacante et commissario in hac parte specialiter deputato,

per compurgatores suos, quorum nomina hie sunt

ta legitime se purgavit.

Willelmus de Derlington', Willelmus de Clementhorp,
Adam de Braiton', Rogerus Daniel, capellani ; Henricus de
Spaunton', Willelmus filius Alani de Neuton', Walterus de
Farburn, Henricus Daniel, Nicholaus Gentil, Willelmus Gris,
Nicholaus Polles, Ricardus Scott, Johannes clericus ecclesie
sancte Elene, clerici



THE REGISTER OF ARCHBISHOP HENRY OF NEWARK. 333



ITINERARY OF
ARCHBISHOP HENRY OF NEWARK.



1296.




Nov. 16.


Bishop Wilton, 170.


May 7.


Henry of Newark elected


18.


59.




archb. of York.


19-


171.


1297.




21.


172.


April 29.


La Bourehuse,! 278.


29.


[York, 329].


May 4-


Boure, 279.


Dec. I.


Bishop Wilton, 5, 239.


20.


317-


2.


99-


21.


La Boure, 288.


3-


6, 9on.


24.


319-


7-


173-


June 20.


Tottenhall, 281.


II.


Cawood, 176.


21.


281.


16.


100.


22.


157-


20.


Cawood, loi, 175.


23-


158.


22.


57-


25-


161.


1297-8.




28.


159, 160.


Jan. 3.


174.


July 3-


Westminster, 53.


II.


176.


8.


Tottenhall, 54.


13-


7-


10.


55. 56.


18.


103, 177.


12.


I.


Feb. 13.


Bishop Monkton, 179.


17-


Womerslej', 241.


19-


Cawood, 8.




. . . . b}- Newark, 9 1 .


20.


291.


24.


London, 286.


26.


181.




Tottenhall, 162.


Mch. 19.


Laneham. 189K.


Aug. 12.


Shelton, 88.


1298.




17-


Laneham, 163.


Mch. 27.


Thoroton, 248.


23-


York, 287.


April 5.


Shelton, 182.


24.


UUeskelf, 164.


6.


183.


26.


287.


7-


185.


27.


240.


8.


Thistleton, i86«.


30-


290.



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