Lateran Regesta, 370
1439-1440

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'Lateran Regesta, 370: 1439-1440', Calendar of Papal Registers Relating to Great Britain and Ireland, Volume 9: 1431-1447 (1912), pp. 76-85. URL: http://british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=103397 Date accessed: 31 July 2014.


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9 Eugenius IV (cont.)

De Regularibus.

1439[–40]. 13 Kal. Feb.
Florence
(f. 23.)
To Hugh Kenedy, a canon of the Augustinian monastery of St. John, Sens (Cenonen.). Dispensation to him (whom the present pope lately dispensed to hold for life with the provostship of the chapel royal of St. Mary at St. Andrews, which is a principal dignity with cure, and provision of which the pope previously ordered to be made to him, any other benefice with cure or otherwise incompatible, even if a dignity etc. or a parish church, and to resign them, simply or for exchange, as often as he pleased, and hold instead two other incompatible benefices [Cal. Lett. VIII, p. 634; who was a kinsman of the late James, king of Scots (fn. 2) , and holds in virtue of the said dispensation the said provostship and the treasurership of Glasgow, a non-major dignity, likewise with cure, and holds also a canonry of Aberdeen with the prebend of Turray, the value of all which does not exceed 200l. sterling; who was recently dispensed by papal authority to hold any mutually compatible benefices of any number and kind, secular or regular, even if canonries and prebends, dignities etc., and to resign all the said benefices, simply or for exchange, as often as he pleased [ibid., pp. 670, 671]; and to whom the pope has ordered provision to be made of one or two benefices, with or without cure, even if canonries and prebends, or dignities etc., in anysoever gift in Scotland), at his own petition and that of Charles, king of the French, whose counsellor he is, that, the said first dispensation remaining in full vigour, he may hold for life one other benefice with cure or otherwise incompatible, even if a dignity etc. or a parish church or a perpetual vicarage, together with the said provostship, treasurership and said other incompatible benefices, and to resign all the said incompatible benefices, simply or for exchange, as often as he pleases, and hold instead [three] other similar or dissimilar [incompatible] benefices, notwithstanding the pope's late ordinance to the contrary [see above, p. 5], etc. Religionis zelus, vite etc. (An. and G. de Elten. | An. l. de Adria.) [See also ibid., pp. 663, 664; and above, pp. 1, 2, 48, 49.]
1439[–40]. 4 Kal. March.
Florence.
(f. 32d.)
Faculty and power, at the recent petition of the prior and chapter of the Benedictine church of Durham (containing that in addition to the regular observance of the said order, which is rigid and hard to bear, other grievous and burdensome statutes etc., still harder to obey, have been added under divers penalties by the apostolic see and its legates, especially regarding the said church and the persons who serve it and its dependent places and members) for the prior and his successors to dispense the monks of the said church and of its said places and members, and for the subprior and his successors to dispense the prior, in regard to the said added statutes etc., provided that they be not of the substance of the rule; and for the prior and his successors to absolve the monks, and the subprior and his successors the prior, from all sentences of excommunication etc. incurred or to be incurred by the non-observance of the said statutes etc., enjoin penance, and dispense on account of irregularity. Ad. fut. rei mem. Sacre religionis. (An. and Cyprianus. | An. lx. de Adria.)
1439[–40]. 12 Kal. March.
Florence
(f. 52.)
To Edmund Norman alias Watton, a monk professed of the Benedictine [Cluniac] priory of Mendam of the monastery in Castelaget (sic) in the diocese of Norwich (fn. 3) . Dispensation to him, who is the chaplain and confessor of Robert, baron, lord of Morle in the said diocese and marshal of Ireland (fn. 4) , at his own petition and that of the said baron, (fn. 5) to be presented to and instituted in any benefice with cure, even of the patronage of laymen, or that it may be collated to him, and that he may receive it and hold it for life, and resign it, simply or for exchange, as often as he pleases. Religionis etc. (An. and Ja. de Ugolinis. | An. xxx. de Adria.)
1439[–40]. 3 Non. Feb.
Florence
(f. 55.)
To Thomas Fecher (or Fether), a canon of the Augustinian church of Carlisle. Indult (fn. 6) to him (to whom, holding a canon's portion in the said church, of which he is professed, Martin V on prid. Kal. Aug. anno 13 [1430] granted an indult (fn. 7) to hold in commendam with the said canonry and prebend, during the pleasure of the apostolic see, any benefice with cure wont to be governed by canons of the said church or professors of the said order, even if a parish church or a perpetual vicarage, even if of the patronage of laymen, or a dignity etc.; the said indult not containing a grant to exchange such benefice, so that he doubts whether he can exchange the parish church of Kyrkland in the diocese of Carlisle, which he obtained in virtue of the said indult (fn. 8) ) to resign the said church and any other benefice which he may obtain in virtue of the said dispensation (fn. 9) , simply or for exchange, as often as he wishes, and hold instead another benefice, even if wont to be governed by secular clerks, and if of the patronage of laymen, provided that to the collator or patron it shall seem expedient for the utility of souls Religionis etc. (An. and Jo. de Reate. | An. xxvi. de Adria.)
1439[–40]. 3 Non. March.
Florence
(f. 56.)
To the prior of Walsyngham, the master of the collegiate church of Wyngfeld in the diocese of Norwich, and Robert Appulby, canon of Bangor. Mandate, at the recent petition of the abbot and convent of the Augustinian monastery of St. Mary de Pratis by Creyk in the diocese of Norwich—containing that formerly Richard, prior of the Augustinian priory or house of St. Peter, Peterston, by Brunham in the said diocese (considering that it was so impoverished that not only was there not a religious left, but that the prior himself could not maintain himself and bear his burdens, and fearing lest after his death, he being in or about his seventy-fifth year, it would be entirely deserted and its goods fall into the hands of laymen) commended and submitted it, with all its appurtenances, as well as his own person, to the protection and government of the said abbot and convent, who assumed and continue to exercise the said protection and government; and adding that they could do so better if the said priory, which is not more than two Italian miles from the said monastery, were on its voidance united and appropriated thereto in perpetuity—if they find the above to be true, to approve and confirm the said commendation and submission, and moreover to unite and appropriate in perpetuity the said priory on its voidance, to the said monastery, value not exceeding 10 and 100 marks sterling respectively. Romanus pontifex. (An. and Ja. de Ugolinis. | An. xxxvi. Terciodecimo Kal. Maii Anno Decimo. de Adria.)
1439.
Prid. Kal. Dec.
Florence
(f. 64d.)
To Robert Tadman, a Friar Preacher professed of the house of York, S.T.M. Indult to him, on whose behalf Robert, bishop of Durham, has also petitioned, to hold for life any benefice with cure wont to be governed by secular clerks or regular persons, even if a parish church or perpetual vicarage, free chapel or chantry, and if of the patronage of clerks or laymen, and to resign it, simply or for exchange, as often as he pleases. Religionis zelus, litterarum etc. (B. and Ja. de Ugolinis. | B. xxxviii. Valven.)

De Diversis Formis.

Kal. Oct.
Florence
(f. 97d.)
To Thomas Cumpton, perpetual vicar of Chewe Episcopi in the diocese of Bath and Wells. Indult to him, who is a continual commensal chaplain of John, bishop of Bath and Wells, to take and to rent, let or grant to farm or yearly pension the fruits of the said vicarage and of his other benefices whilst and as long as he is in the service of the said bishop, and to do so for seven years from the day of his ceasing to be the said bishop's chaplain, whilst studying letters at an university, and not to be bound meanwhile to reside in his said benefices. Vite etc.
Concurrent mandate to the bishop of London, and the deans of London and Salisbury. Vite etc. (An. and Ja. de Ugolinis, A. de Camporegali. | An. xvi. xviii. Sextodecimo Kal. Januarii Anno Decimo. de Adria.)
1439[–40]. 4 Kal. March.
Florence
(f. 98d.)
To Thomas [Spofford], bishop of Hereford. Faculty to dispose of his personal goods lawfully acquired through his said church, and to convert them to pious and lawful uses, after paying his debts etc.; notwithstanding that he is a Benedictine professed [sometime abbot of St. Mary's, York.] etc. Quia presentis vite. (An. and Franchomme. | An. xxv. de Adria.)
Ibid.To the same. Faculty and power to him, who is weak and old, to bequeath, with consent of the dean and chapter, to each of his faithful servitors an equal part of anysoever immoveable goods or cesses belonging to his episcopal mensa, or portion of the fruits etc. arising from the said goods and cesses, in such wise that the fruits etc. of the said goods and cesses do not exceed altogether 20l. sterling, the said parts or portions to be held, possessed and received by the said servitors for life and converted to their use; moreover to manumit, with the said consent, any three men he wishes of servile condition, owing serfdom to him and his said church. The pope's will is that all such parts or portions, as soon as they expire by the cession or death or resignation of the said servitors, shall return to the said mensa. Personam tuam. (B. and Ciprianus. | B. l. Valven.)
1439[–40]. (fn. 10) Primosexto Kal. March.
Florence
(f. 109.)
To William Trebelwill, rector of Broghton alias Broughton by Burford in the diocese of Lincoln, bachelor of canon law. Dispensation to hold for life with the said church, value not exceeding 10l. sterling, any benefice with cure or otherwise incompatible, even if another parish church etc., and to resign them, simply or for exchange, as often as he pleases, notwithstanding the pope's late ordinance to the contrary [see above, p. 5], etc. Litterarum etc. (B. and G. de Elten. | B. l. Valven.)
1439.
6 Kal. Jan.
Florence
(f. 121.)
To Stephen Germen, rector of Upmynstre in the diocese of London, B.C.L. Dispensation to hold for life with the said church, value not exceeding 40 marks sterling (besides which he holds the wardenships or masterships of the chapels called hospitals of St. John Baptist, Sidburnbrok, and Estilbury in the diocese of London, the value of each not exceeding 10 marks), any benefice with cure etc. as in the preceding, mutatis mutandis. Litterarum etc. (An and A. de Camporegali. | An. xxxxv. de Adria.)
Kal. Oct.
Florence
(f. 125d.)
To the bishop of Worcester. Mandate to dispense Richard Eddon, layman, and Maud Olyve, of his diocese, to remain in the marriage which they formerly contracted publicly per verba legitime de presenti and consummated, in ignorance of an impediment of spiritual relationship arising from Richard's mother having been godmother at Maud's baptism; decreeing past and future offspring legitimate. Oblate etc. (An. and Jo. de Reate. | An. xviii. de Adria.)
1439[–40]. 6 Non. March.
Florence
(f. 147.)
To William Wynwyk, perpetual vicar of Stanford in the diocese of Salisbury, M.A. Dispensation to him, who is also a bachelor of canon law, to hold for life with the said vicarage, value not exceeding 20l. sterling, any benefice with cure etc. as above, f. 109, mutatis mutandis. Litterarum etc. (An. and Cyprianus. | An. l. de Adria.)
1439[–40]. 14 Kal. March.
Florence.
(f. 147d.)
To John Ernesby, rector of Chakenden in the diocese of Lincoln, S.T.B. Dispensation to him (whom the present pope lately dispensed to hold for five years with the said church any other benefice [with cure or otherwise] incompatible, even if a parish church etc.; and who during the said period, which is not yet expired, obtained the perpetual vicarage of Gholsey in the diocese of Salisbury, value not exceeding 20 marks sterling (fn. 11) , to hold the said rectory and vicarage together for life, and to resign them, as often as he pleases, simply or for exchange. Litterarum etc. (An. and Jo. de Reate. | An. l. de Adria.) [Without mention of the above ordinance.]
Ibid.
(f. 148.)
To Thomas Sende, rector of Schyptonsolers in the diocese of Worcester. Grant to him (whom the present pope recently dispensed to hold for life with the said church any other benefice with cure or otherwise incompatible, even if another parish church etc., and to resign them, simply or for exchange, [as often as he pleased], the letters of dispensation stating that he was of a great race of nobles, whereas, as his petition contains, he is not of noble race, and therefore fears lest the said letters, in virtue of which he obtained the perpetual vicarage of Burford in the diocese of Lincoln, value not exceeding (fn. 12) 30 marks sterling, be regarded as surreptitious) that the said letters and their consequences shall hold good from the date thereof (fn. 13) as if they contained no mention of the said nobility. Vite etc. (An. and Jo. de Reate. | An xx. de Adria. Denuo correcta Sexto Idus. Augusti Anno Undecimo, An. de Adria.)
1439[–40].
6 Kal. Feb.
Florence
(f. 156d)
To John Kette, rector of St. Nicholas's in the Shambles (in Macella), London. Dispensation to him, who is subalmoner and a continual commensal of king Kenry, to hold for life with the said parish church, value not exceeding 30l. sterling (besides which he holds a canonry and prebend of the chapel royal in Windesora and a certain perpetual benefice called the mastership of the free chapel or hospital of St. Mary Magdalen de Spomre (rectius Sponne), in the dioceses of Salisbury and Coventry, value not exceeding 2l. and 7l. respectively) any benefice with cure etc. as above, f. 109, mutatis mutandis. Vite etc. (An. and G. de Elten. | An. l. de Adria.)
1439.
5 Id. Nov.
Florence
(f. 157d.)
To John Sudburi, rector of Sudburi in the diocese of Lichfield. Dispensation to him, who is of noble birth, to hold for life with the said church, value not exceeding 40 marks sterling (besides which he holds the prebends of Pencrich in the chapel royal [rectius a prebend in the chapel royal of Pencrich] in the diocese of Lichfield and Malahidryt in the church of Dublin, the value of both not exceeding 50 marks) any other benefice etc. as in the preceding. Nobilitas etc. (B. and Ja. de Ugolinis. | B. l. Valven.)
1439[–40].
Primosexto Kal. March. (fn. 14) Florence
(f. 163d.)
To Andrew Holes, archdeacon of Anglesey in Bangor. Dispensation as below. The present pope lately dispensed him—who had been already dispensed by papal authority to hold for a certain time, then not yet elapsed, his archdeaconry of Anglesey, a non-major dignity with cure, together with the parish church of Dancham (rectius Daneham) in the diocese of Lichfield [see Cal. Lett. VIII, p. 92]—to hold the said two benefices together for life, and to resign them, simply or for exchange, as often as he pleased, and hold instead two other incompatible benefices, even if they were major or principal dignities, or one were a dignity and the other a parish church or a perpetual vicarage, provided that they were not two parish churches [ibid., pp. 459, 460]; (ii) subsequently dispensed him (who was simply a licentiate in canon law (fn. 15) and a chamberlain of the pope, and of knightly race, and was not one of the persons exempted from the effect of the pope's late ordinance against holding two parish churches etc. [see above, p. 5], and had meanwhile resigned the said parish church, and was holding the said archdeaconry, the parish church of St. Dunstan in the East, London, a canonry of York with the prebend of Grendale, a canonry of St. Mary's, Southwell, in the diocese of York, with the first of the prebends called Oxton and Crophille, (fn. 16) and canonries and prebends of St. Asaph and Lichfield) to hold for five years with the said archdeaconry and church of St. Dunstan one, or with one of them two, or without them any three, benefices with cure or otherwise incompatible, even if the said one or two, or two of the said three benefices were two major or principal dignities, or two parish churches or perpetual vicarages, etc., and from the end of the said five years to hold for life such two major or principal dignities or two parish churches or vicarages, and to resign the said other benefice and such two dignities etc., simply or for exchange, as often as he pleased, and hold instead during the said five years three other, and thereafter for life two other incompatible benefices, provided that such three benefices were not three parish churches or perpetual vicarages or major or principal dignities [ibid., pp. 526, 527]. The pope hereby dispenses him—who is also a subdeacon of the pope, is of noble race, and is now one of the above-mentioned persons because he has taken at Padua the degree of doctor of canon law with examination, is proctor of king Henry in the Roman court, is still within the said five years, and still holds inter alia the said archdeaconry and church of St. Dunstan—so that, even after the lapse of the said five years, and for life, he may hold the said archdeaconry and church and therewith one other, or with one of them two, or without them three other incompatible benefices, even if two of them be parish churches or perpetual vicarages or two major or principal dignities etc., and resign them, simply or for exchange, as often as he pleases, and hold instead three other mutually incompatible benefices, provided that they be not three parish churches or perpetual vicarages, or three major or collegiate dignities. Grata devocionis obsequia. (B. and B. de Monte. | B. xxx. Valven. Gratis in Bulla et Registro Valven.) [4¼ pp. See also Cal. Lett. VII, p. 499.]
1439.
18 Kal. Oct.
Florence
(f. 179).
To John Norton, archdeacon of Berks (Berkshirie) in Salisbury, doctor of canon law. Indult to him, who is chancellor of the university of Oxford, to visit his said archdeaconry by deputy, and receive the procurations in money, whilst exercising his said office of chancellor, or engaged in the service of Henry, king of England or his successors or of any ordinary within whose diocese he is beneficed, or when detained by grave illness or when old. Meruit tue devotionis.
Concurrent mandate to the bishops of Winchester, Bath and London. Meruit dilecti filii. (An. and Cyprianus, Ja. de Ugolinis. | An. xxiii. xxv. de Adria.)
Ibid.
(f. 193.)
To John Heth, rector of Tentyrhull (rectius Tentynhull) in the diocese of Bath, M.A. Dispensation to hold for life with the said church, value not exceeding 40 marks sterling, any other benefice with cure etc. as above, f. 109, mutatis mutandis. Litterarum etc. (An. and M. Pinardi. | An. l. de Adria.)
Ibid.To Ralph Lambedon, rector of Lokynge in the diocese of Salisbury. Dispensation to him, who is of noble birth, to hold for life with the said church, value not exceeding 40 marks sterling, any other benefice with cure ... Adria), as in the preceding.
1439.
Prid. Non. Aug.
Florence
(f. 195.)
To John Hasard, rector of Ywerne Courtenay in the diocese of Salisbury, I.U.B. Dispensation to him (who, without mentioning his illegitimacy, as the son of a priest and an unmarried woman, had himself made a clerk, and who was thereafter dispensed by papal authority to be promoted to all, even holy orders and hold four mutually compatible benefices, with and without cure, even if canonries and prebends in other than cathedral churches etc., and to resign them, simply or for exchange, as often as he pleased, after which he obtained the above church, value not exceeding 40 marks sterling), to hold for life with the said church any other benefice etc. as in the preceding, mutatis mutandis. Litterarum etc. (B. and M. Pinardi. | B. l. Valven.)

10 Eugenius IV.

1440.
9 Kal. Oct.
Florence
(f. 207.)
To John de (fn. 17) Lichton, dean of Brechin, licentiate of civil law. Grant as below. The present pope lately ordered Walter Stewaert, a canon of Moray, then residing in the Roman court, to carry out the exchange desired by the said John of his canonry and prebend called the vicarage of Brechin, and Duncan de Lichton of his deanery of that church, which the said Walter proceeded to do, receiving the resignations in the said court, and making collation of the deanery to John, who in virtue thereof obtained and holds possession. Seeing that the pope has this day made provision to David de Crannach of the parish church of Tannades in the diocese of St. Andrews, requiring him, as he offered, upon obtaining possession thereof, to resign, if he had meanwhile obtained it, the said deanery, provision of which was previously ordered to be made to him by papal authority, or to give up all right in or to it, the pope hereby grants to John (who is also M.A., and holds a canonry of the church called the chapel royal of St. Mary at St. Andrews and the prebend of Federesso therein, value not exceeding 40l. sterling, and the parish church of Londichty in the diocese of Moray, of the patronage of laymen [value not stated]) that the said collation and its consequences shall hold good after David has obtained the said church, even if the deanery, a major elective dignity with cure, value not exceeding 30l. sterling, become void by the obtaining of the said church, or be still void by the resignation of the said Duncan, or in any other way. As soon as he obtains it he is, as he has offered, to resign Londichty. Litterarum etc. (B. and Ja. Petri. | B. xx. Quarto Kal. Novembris Anno Decimo. Valven.) [See Cal. Lett., VIII, pp. 651, 667].
5 Id. Nov.
Florence
(f. 208d.)
To John Grymiesby, rector of Nortyppes in the diocese of Norwich. Dispensation to him, who is a chaplain in the household of king Henry, and is of noble birth, to hold for life with the said church, value not exceeding 40 marks sterling, one other, or if he resign Nortyppes, any two, benefices with cure or otherwise incompatible, even if two parish churches etc., and to resign them, simply or for exchange, as often as he pleases, notwithstanding the above ordinance, etc. Nobilitas generis, vite etc. (B. and Ja. de Ugolinis. | B. l. Valven.)

10 Eugenius IV.

1440.
7 Id. Nov.
Florence
(f. 209d.)
To Robert de Wylby, baron, of the diocese of Lincoln. Absolution from the vow which he formerly made to visit the Lord's Sepulchre and divers other pious places; his recent petition containing that he lately set out, but has been captured with his household in Almain by certain enemies of the realm of England, and imprisoned and despoiled of his goods, and has been held to so much ransom that (fn. 18) he fears that he will not recover his liberty without very great and almost irrecoverable loss; his petition adding, too, that even if he recovers his liberty, he might incur greater and perhaps intolerable losses and perils if he began to carry out his vow anew. Annucre solet sedes apostolica. (An. and G. de Elten. | An. xxv. de Adria.

9 Eugenius IV. (cont.)

1439.
Non. Nov.
Florence
(f. 212).
To Master Adam Moleyns, archdeacon of Salisbury, a notary of the pope. Dispensation to him (who was formerly dispensed by papal authority to hold for life any two benefices with cure or otherwise incompatible, even if parish churches etc., and to resign them, simply or for exchange, as often as he pleased [see Cal. Lett. VIII, pp. 387, 388]; and who holds the said archdeaconry, which is a non-major non-elective dignity, a canonry and prebend of Salisbury, of Wells, of Lincoln and of St. Asaph, and the rectory of Kemsoy in the diocese of Worcester, the cure of which is exercised by its perpetual vicar, and which the pope hereby decrees to be henceforth tenable, without any papal dispensation, with any benefice or office having cure or otherwise incompatible [see ibid, p. 506], value not exceeding 120, 40, 10, 20, 20 and 70 marks sterling respectively) to hold for life with the said archdeaconry and other benefice or office with cure or otherwise incompatible, which he shall obtain, one other benefice with cure or otherwise incompatible, even if a parish church etc., and to resign all, simply or for exchange, as often as he pleases, and hold instead three other incompatible benefices, even if parish churches etc. Grata devotionis obsequia. (B. and Blondus. | B. xl. Valven.)
Kal. Oct.
Florence
(f. 213d.)
To William Halyday, rector of Charlwode in the diocese of [Winchester, a peculiar of the archbishop of] Canterbury. Dispensation to hold for life with the said church, value, after deducting its burdens, not exceeding 50 marks sterling, any other benefice etc. as above, f. 109, mutatis mutandis. Vite etc. (An. and Ja. de Ugolinis. | An. l. de Adria.)

Footnotes

1 On the back of the volume is the usual Italian description: 'Eugenio IV. 1439. Anno 9 (to which is added in pencil `10, 11, 12') Lib. 77 (corrected in pencil to `127'). A flyleaf has, in different contemporary hands: 'Primus de Regularibus, diuersis, Exhibitis nono, et de Curia ix, x. xi Annis domini nostri Eugenii pape 4' (which apparently occurs also, almost illegible, on the bottom edge of the volume, as usual), 'et sunt hic multa racua de diucrsis et exhibitis,' `Nicolaus rubricauil 27 Octobris 1441 Florencic' and 'Radulphus du Rotay, tax[ata] xl dispensatio, [_ de] Fulgineo soluit et reg[ist]ra[tu]ram.' Another flyleaf has the usual modern: 'Vidi pro R[everenda] C[amera] A[postolica] H[ib.] A[ng.] O.' 'Vidi Hib. et Ang.,' `Lib. lxxvii, jol. 308,' etc. The `sunt hic multa vacua' apparently means `folia vacua,' which at any rate is the case. Of the letters `de curia,' which begin on f.268 and extend to f. 308, none comes within the scope of this Calendar.
2 clare memorie Jacobi Regis Scotorum consanguineus fuisti.
3 monacho professo prioratus de M. monasterii in C. ordinis s. Benedicti Norwicen dioc.
4 qui ut asseris dilecti filii nobilis viri Roberti Baronis, domini de Morle Norwicen dioc. atque Hibernie Marescalli capellanus et confessor existis.
5 prefati Baronis ac tuis in hac parte supplicacionibus inclinati.
6 indulgemus.
7 indulsit.
8 huiusmodi indulti.
9 dispensationis huiusmodi.
10 i.e. 24 Feb. 1440. cf. below, f. 163d, and above, Reg. 367, f. 176d.
11 The value of the vicarage is inserted in the margin, with the note: Correctum de mandato domini F[rancisci Condulmari] Venet[iarum] Vice-cancellarii, An. de Adria. The value of the first named benefice, Chakenden, is not mentioned.
12 The clause 'quarum obtentu perpetuam vicariam parrochialis ecclesie de Burford ... cuius fructus. triginta .. assecutus fuisti et' is added in the margin, with the note: Correctum de mandato domini F[rancisci Condulmari] Venet[iarum] Vicecancellarii, An. de Adria.
13 Substituted in the margin for 'a data presentum' of the text, with the note: Cassatum et correctum de mandato domini F. Venet. Vicecancellarii, An. de Adria.
14 i.e. 24 Feb. 1440, as above, f. 109, and Reg. 367, f. 176d.
15 in decretis simpliciter licentiatus. See Cal. Lett. VIII, p. 459.
16 cum altera ex de O. et de C. nuncupatis prebendis. See Cal. Lett. VIII, pp. 459 note, 526.
17 'de' is added in the margin by 'B.' i.e. B. Valven.
18 gravatus fuisti adeo quod