Vatican Regesta 508
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'Vatican Regesta 508: 1463', Calendar of Papal Registers Relating to Great Britain and Ireland, Volume 11: 1455-1464 (1921), pp. 631-640. URL: http://british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=103764 Date accessed: 21 April 2014. Add to my bookshelf


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Vatican Regesta, Vol. DVIII. (fn. 3)

Secrete.

5 Pius II.

1462[–3].
5 Id. Jan.
(9 Jan.)
St. Peter's, Rome.
(f. 19d.)
To John Person, perpetual vicar of Bradford, in the diocese of Bath and Wells, B.A. Dispensation to receive and retain for life with the said vicarage, value not exceeding 14l. sterling or 84 florins of gold of the camera, and therefore below 100 such florins, any other benefice of any value with cure or otherwise incompatible, or without that vicarage any two benefices, with cure or otherwise incompatible, even if major or principal dignities etc. or two parish churches or their perpetual vicarages or chantries or hospitals, or such mixed, and to resign them, simply or for exchange, as often as he pleases. Vite ac morum. (fn. 4) (G. de Piccolominibus. l. S. de Spada. G. de Fuentes. C. de Narnia.) [In the margin: Januarii. 2⅓ pp.]
1462[–3].
4 Id. Jan.
(10 Jan.)
St. Peter's, Rome.
(f. 21.)
To William Clerk, perpetual vicar of St. Mary Magdalene's, Reygate, in the diocese of Winchester. Dispensation to receive and retain for life with the said vicarage, value not exceeding 25 marks sterling, any other benefice with cure or otherwise incompatible, etc. as in the preceding, mutatis mutandis; provided that the fruits etc. of the second (alterius) of such parish churches do not exceed yearly 100 ducats of gold of the Camera. Vite etc. (G. de Piccolominibus. | l. S. de Spada. G. de Fuentes. Jo. de Salas.) [In the margin: Januarii. 2¼ pp.]
1462[–3].
5 Id. Jan.
(9 Jan.)
St. Peter's, Rome.
(f. 22.)
To Oliver Dynham, clerk, of the diocese of Exeter. Dispensation to him (whom the present pope by other letters lately dispensed, when in his nineteenth year, to receive and retain for life any two benefices with cure or otherwise incompatible, even if dignities etc., even major or principal dignities, with the power of exchanging them, and who obtained and at present holds in virtue thereof a benefice with cure; who is a son of John Dynham, nobleman, knight, and is in his twenty-third year and near his twenty-fourth year, and has studied for several years in the university of Oxford) that when he has attained his twenty-fourth year he may receive and retain for life any three benefices with cure or otherwise incompatible, even major or principal dignities etc., or two parish churches or their perpetual vicarages, and such dignity etc., or such mixed, etc., and to resign them, simply or for exchange, as often as he pleases, provided that he do not hold three parish churches or their perpetual vicarages. Nobilitas generis, vite etc. (G. de Piccolominibus. | xxxx. S. de Spada. G. de Fuentes. C. de Narnia.) [In the margin: Januarii. 2 pp. See above, p. 570.]
1462[–3].
5 Id. March.
(11 March.)
St. Peter's, Rome.
(f. 30d.)
To William Clayton, rector of Brixeston in the diocese of Winchester, bachelor in decrees. Indult to have a portable altar. Registered briefly: Sincere devotionis affectus etc.
1462[–3]. Altare portatile in forma etc. Datum … (G. de Piccolominibus. | x. S. de Spada. G. de Fuentes. L. Therunda.) [See below, f. 159.]
1462[–3].
10 Kal. April.
(23 March.)
St. Peter's, Rome.
(f. 42.)
To John Delbot, (fn. 5) rector of Harleton alias Harleton (rectius Harlton), in the diocese of Ely. Dispensation to him, a priest, to receive and retain for life with the parish church of Harleton alias Harlton, the values of which and of his other benefices etc., the pope holds to be sufficiently expressed by these presents [any one other benefice with cure or otherwise incompatible, or if he resign that church] any two benefices with cure or otherwise incompatible etc., as to John Person above 19d., mutatis mutandis; provided that etc., as to William Clerk above, f. 21. Vite etc. (G. de Piccolominibus. | l. S. de Spada. D. de Piscia.) [In the margin: Martii. 2 pp.]

4 Pius II.

1462.
.19 Kal. Sept.
(14 Aug.)
Pienza.
(f. 57d.)
To the archbishop of York and the abbot of St. Mary's without the walls of York. Confirmation and mandate, as below. The recent petition of the abbot and convent of the Cistercian monastery of St. Mary, Fountains, contained that upon its being set forth to Eugenius IV on their behalf that a dissension having arisen between them, who had held, as they were still holding to their uses, as appropriated to them, the parish church of Croschewacte (fn. 6) (rectius Crosthewaite) in the diocese of Carlisle, and Walter Lombarde (sic), perpetual vicar of the said church, about certain articles contained in an agreement made by the late Ralph bishop of Carlisle in regard to the portion of the vicar, the parties agreed that the vicars should have, as such portion, a tenement with an enclosure contiguous thereto and enclosed with hedges, (fn. 7) which [tenement] the former vicars were wont to inhabit in the town of Croschewacte (sic) and for the fodder of their horses etc.… which later agreement was approved and confirmed by Marmaduke bishop of Carlisle, patron of the said vicarage, and its observance decreed under pain of the greater excommunication (as in Cal. Papal Lett., VIII, pp. 352–3) the said pope ordered certain judges (viz. the prior of St. Oswald's, Nostel, and the treasurer of York, as ibid.) to confirm the said later agreement and the said confirmation etc. (as ibid); and that upon its being subsequently set forth to the same pope Eugenius by the abbot and convent that the second (alter) of the said executors had duly confirmed and approved the said later agreement and confirmation etc., the said pope himself by other letters approved and confirmed the same later agreement and confirmation etc. At the petition of the said abbot and convent, the present pope hereby confirms and approves the said later agreement and confirmation etc., and orders the above archbishop and abbot to publish the foregoing, when expedient and when requested by the abbot and convent, and cause the said later agreement and confirmation etc. to be observed, and not permit the abbot and convent to be molested in respect thereof, compelling obedience by ecclesiastical censure, without appeal. Ad ea que monasteriorum. (G. de Piccolominibus. | xxxxv. A. de Urbino pro Reate. M. de Sole. Jo. de Tartarinis.) [In the margin: Augusti. 32/3 pp. See also above, p. 532.]

5 Pius II.

1462[–3].
14 Kal. Feb.
(19 Jan.)
St. Peter's, Rome.
(f. 87d.)
To George, abbot (fn. 8) of the Benedictine monastery of Westminister, in the diocese of London, immediately belonging to the Roman church. Absolving him, in order that he may obtain the effect of the provision which the pope intends to make to him this day of the said monastery, from all sentences of excommunication etc., even on account of simony or any other cause, and from all excesses, crimes and delicts committed by him, dispensing him on account of irregularity, if any, and rehabilitating him, and dispensing him to exercise the administration etc. Precellens apostolice sedis clementia. (G. de Piccolominibus. | xxxv. S. de Spada. G. de Porris pro Fuentes. P. de Spinosis.) [In the margin: Januarii. 1 p. +]
1462.
11 Kal. Jan.
(22 Dec.)
St. Peter's, Rome.
(f. 105.)
To Thomas Purneour, rector of Chiriton Fitzpayn in the diocese of Exeter, S.T.M. Dispensation to receive and retain for life with the said church, value not exceeding 24l. sterling, any other benefice, or without that church or both any two other benefices, with cure or otherwise incompatible, even if parish churches or their perpetual vicarages, or major or principal dignities etc., or such mixed, and to resign them, simply or for exchange, as often as he pleases. Litterarum etc. (G. de Piccolominibus. | l. A. de Urbino pro Reate. M. de Sole. T. Therunda.) [In the margin: Decembris. 12/3 pp.]
1462[–3].
4 Kal. March.
(26 Feb.)
St. Peter's, Rome.
(f. 131d.)
To Thomas Burne, priest, professed of the house of Stantford, of the order of Augustinian friars, in the diocese of Lincoln, S.T.B. Dispensation to receive and retain for life any benefice with or without cure wont to be governed by secular clerks and (et) regulars of any order, even if a parish church or its perpetual vicarage etc., and of lay patronage, and to resign it, simply or for exchange, as often as he pleases. Religionis zelus, vite etc. (G. de Piccolominibus. | xxxx. S. de Spada. L. de Banchis.) [In the margin:Februarii. 1 p.]
1462[–3].
Kal. Jan.
(1 Jan.)
St. Peter's, Rome.
(f. 143.)
To John Faukes, rector of St. Clement's in Hastyng, in the diocese of Chichester, master of the chancery of Edward king of England. Dispensation, as below. Eugenius IV (i) dispensed him to receive and retain for five years with the said church of St. Clement any other benefice with cure or otherwise incompatible, even if another parish church or its perpetual vicarage, or a major or principal dignity etc., and to resign them meanwhile, simply or for exchange, as often as he pleased, in virtue of which he obtained, collated to him by authority of the ordinary, the chancellorship of Chichester, a non-major non-elective dignity, (ii) during the said five years dispensed him to retain the said chancellorship and church together [for life], and to resign them, simply or for exchange, as often as he pleased, and in their stead to receive and similarly retain for life two other incompatible benefices, even if major or principal dignities or parish churches or their perpetual vicarages, or such mixed, after which he resigned the chancellorship and obtained by the same authority the parish church of St. Bride, London, which he at present holds with St. Clement's. The pope hereby dispenses him who, as he alleges, is a master of the chancery of Edward king of England, and is a clerk of his great council or parliament, and holds besides the said two churches, value not exceeding 100 marks sterling, the deanery or wardenship of the free chapel royal or college in the castle of Wyndesore in the diocese of Salisbury, in which by its foundation the jurisdiction in first instance (primaria jurisdic[t]io over both clergy and laymen dwelling therein belongs to him, and canonries and prebends in Lincoln, Chichester and Lichfield, to receive and retain for life with the said parish churches any dignity etc. in a cathedral or a collegiate church, or if he resign them any three benefices with cure or otherwise incompatible, even if two parish churches and a dignity, or two dignities and a parish church, and such dignities be major or principal accordingly, and be elective and have cure, etc., and to resign them, simply or for exchange, as often as he pleases, provided that he do not hold three parish churches or their perpetual vicarages. Vite etc. (G. de Piccolominibus. | xxxx. S. de Spada. G. de Fuentes. L. de Costiaris.) [In the margin: Januarii. 3¼ pp.]
1462[–3].
Non. Jan.
(5 Jan.)
St. Peter's, Rome.
(f. 159.)
To William Clayton, rector of Brix[e]ston in the diocese of Winchester. Dispensation to receive and retain for life with the said church of Brixeston, value not exceeding 28l. sterling, any other benefice etc. as to Thomas Purneour above, f. 105, mutatis mutandis; provided that the fruits etc. of the second (alterius) of such parish churches do not exceed yearly 100l. tournois. Vite etc. (G. de Piccolominibus. | l. A. de Urbino pro Reate. M. de Sole. Jo. de Tartarinis.) [1½ pp. Beneath ‘M. de Sole’ is tax(a) mut(ata), written with a minim too many. See above, f. 30d.]
1462[–3].
7 Kal. Feb.
(26 Jan.)
St. Peter's, Rome.
(f. 178.)
To John Colynson, archdeacon of Stow, in the church of Lincoln. Dispensation to him, who holds the said archdeaconry, value not exceeding 40l. sterling, together with a canonry and the prebend of Luthe in the same church of Lincoln [value not expressed], considering that archdeacons in their visitations are put to great expense, and canons of cathedral churches in keeping hospitality, which is heavy and costly in England, to receive and retain for life together with the said archdeaconry any other benefice with cure etc. as to Thomas Purneour above, f. 105, mutatis mutandis. Vite etc. (G. de Piccolominibus. | l. S. de Spada. C. de Rinuciis.) [In the margin: Februarii. 2 pp.]
Ibid.
(f. 179.)
To all Christ's faithful who shall see these presents. Relaxation in perpetuity of three years and three quarantines and a hundred and forty days of enjoined penance (fn. 9) to penitents who on the day and throughout the whole day of Good Friday (fn. 10) and on the feast of the Translation of St. Thomas the Martyr of Canterbury, from the first to the second vespers, visit and give of their goods, bequeath or in any way help towards the repair, conservation and sustentation of the Augustinian hospital of St. Mary and St. Thomas the Martyr of Canterbury in Sutwerk, in the diocese of Winchester, the master and brethren of which cannot without the help of the faithful and good men bear the burden of hospitality. Inmensa dei omnipotentis benignitas. (G. de Piccolominibus. | xxx. S. de Spada. C. de Rinuciis.) [In the margin: Februarii. 1½ pp.]

4 Pius II.

1462.
14 Kal. July.
(18 June.)
Viterbo.
(f. 202d.)
To Thomas Speccote, clerk, of the diocese of Exeter. Dispensation to him, who is of noble birth and in his sixteenth year, to receive and retain in commendam, and after he is of the lawful age to receive in titulum, any benefice [with cure] or otherwise incompatible, even if a parish church or its perpetual vicarage or a major or principal dignity etc., and to resign it, simply or for exchange, as often as he pleases. Nobilitas generis, vite etc. (G. de Piccolominibus. | xx. S. de Spada. L. de Banchis.) [In the margin: Februarii. 1¼ pp.]

5 Pius II.

1462[–3].
4 Kal. March.
(26 Feb.)
St. Peter's, Rome.
(f. 212d.)
To all Christ's faithful who shall see the present letters. Relaxation, as below. The pope has learned that the Augustinian monastery of Christchurch Twynham, in the diocese of Winchester, formerly founded for a prior and fourteen canons, is situate between two great rivers near the sea, so that there is a daily ebb and flow of the sea, by reason of which the monastery and places adjacent are often flooded and the monastery in great part demolished and in need of great repair; that through their impoverishment by wars and other misfortunes, not only are their means insufficient for the repair of the buildings, some of which have utterly fallen with age, whilst others are threatened with ruin, but also for the maintenance of the prior and convent, (fn. 11) who are often harassed by hostile incursions of the French and others by way of the sea and compelled to cease from the celebration of divine offices; that for the said repair and maintenance etc. the alms of the faithful are very necessary and useful; and that Catherine Chydyok, relict of John Chydyok, knight, of the said diocese, has, in accordance with his will, founded in the said monastery a certain chapel, for the perpetual celebration of masses therein, with an altar in the same, beneath which altar lies buried the body of the said knight, has caused herself to be buried beneath the said (sic) altar, and near her husband, and has made to the monastery other charitable gifts. The pope therefore, out of consideration for the said knight and his wife, who made charitable gifts to the said monastery in aid of its necessities, (fn. 12) and at the petition of the executors of the will of the said Catherine, especially John Cramborne, a canon residentiary of Salisbury, supervisor of the will, and Elias Broun, esquire, and John Bellew, grants hereby to all penitents who on the feasts of Holy Trinity and St. Faith the Virgin, from the first to the second vespers, visit and give alms for the said repair, conservation and maintenance, each time they do so, a relaxation in perpetuity of seven years and seven quarantines of enjoined penance. He wills and orders that whatever is given for the fabric shall not be applied, without special licence of the said supervisor and executors, to any other purposes than the work of the fabric of the church or to the buildings of the said monastery belonging to the said church or monastery. (fn. 13) Benigna clementia sedis apostolice. (G. de Piccolominibus. | l. S. de Spada. L. de Banchis.) [Without the usual month in the margin at the end. 2⅓ pp. In the left-hand margin at the beginning, below the ‘G. de Piccolominibus,’ is the note: Ista fuit duplicata sub eadem data, tamen non fuit positu(m) (sic) ad supp(lication)e(m) alicuius, et in omnibus aliis concordat (corrected from ‘concordavit’), et scripsit eam Jo. de Tartarinis. Tax(ata) ad xxx. A. de Urbino. P. Chiarry. No(vembris).’]
Ibid.
(f. 213d.)
To Richard More, a monk of the Cistercian monastery of St. Mary, Stra[t]ford, in the diocese of London. Dispensation to him (who is a priest, and desires with licence of his abbot to receive and retain any benefice) with his abbot's consent to receive and retain for life any benefice with or without cure wont to be governed by secular clerks etc. as to Thomas Burne above, f. 131d, mutatis mutandis. Religionis zelus, vite etc. (G. de Piccolominibus. | xxx. S. de Spada. L. de Banchis.) [11/5 pp.]
Ibid.
(f. 214d.)
Confirmation, with exemplification, at the recent petition of John Spekyngton, subdean of Wells (containing that, inasmuch as it was called in question whether or not the parish church of Woky in the diocese of Wells, (fn. 14) which is united and appropriated to the subdeanery, a perpetual vicar's portion being reserved, was to be considered incompatible, Thomas bishop of Bath and Wells decreed it to be compatible) of the said bishop's letters, Universitatis vestre noticiam deducimus, to the said effect, sealed with his seal and dated in the chapter-house of Wells on 4 October, 1463 (rectius 1453) the tenth year of his consecration, and of the consequences thereof. Ad fut. rei mem. Romanum decet pontificem. (G. de Piccolominibus. | xxxx. S. de Spada. G. de Fuentes. Jo. de Buccabellis.) [In the margin:Februarii. 2⅓ pp.]
1462[–3].
4 Id. March.
(10 March.)
St. Peter's, Rome.
(f. 216d.)
To Baldwin (Valduino, rectius Balduino) le Lomprey, nobleman, and Joan Denle his wife, noblewoman, of the diocese of Térouane (Morinen.). Indult to them and each of them to have a portable altar. Registered briefly, with:Sincere devotionishabere altare portatile etc. in forma. Datum.… (G. de Piccolominibus. | xii. S. de Spada. G. de Porris.)
1462.
Prid. Kal. Jan.
(31 Dec.)
St. Peter's, Rome.
(f. 221.)
To William Maltby, a canon of the Augustinian priory of Markby in the diocese of Lincoln. Dispensation to receive and retain for life any benefice with or without cure wont to be governed by secular clerks etc. as to Thomas Burne above, f. 131d., mutatis mutandis. Religionis etc. (G. de Piccolominibus. | xxxv. A. de Urbino pro Reate. Jo. de Tartarinis.) [In the margin: Decembris. 1⅓ pp.]
1462[–3].
6 Id. Jan.
(8 Jan.)
St. Peter's, Rome.
(f. 253.)
To John Pinchebek, professed of the Augustinian monastery of SS. Mary the Virgin and Bridget, Syon, called [the monastery] of St. Saviour, in the diocese of London, S.T.M. Indult to him, who cannot with a quiet mind and a good conscience dwell with the abbess and convent and the confessor-general and brethren of the said monastery, to transfer himself from the said monastery and order and profession to some house of a mendicant order, and take the habit etc. Religionis etc. (G. de Piccolominibus. | xxx. S. de Spadada [sic]. G. de Fuentes. A. Oriens.) [In the margin: Januarii. 1 p. —.]
1462[–3].
4 Id. Jan.
(10 Jan.)
St. Peter's, Rome.
(f. 255.)
To Oliver Alwoode, [perpetual] vicar of Sabrygeswo(r)th in the diocese of London. Dispensation to receive and retain for life with the said vicarage of Sabrigesworth, value not exceeding 18l. sterling, any other benefice etc. as to Thomas Purneour above, f. 105, mutatis mutandis; provided that the fruits etc. of the second of such parish churches do not exceed yearly 100 florins of gold of the Camera. Vite etc. (G. de Piccolominibus. | l. A. de Urbino pro Reate. D. de Piscia.) [In the margin: Decembris. 2¼ pp.]
Ibid.
(f. 256.)
To William Pykynham, rector of Rayley in the diocese of London, licentiate in laws. Dispensation to receive and retain for life with the said church, value not exceeding 26l. sterling, any other benefice etc. as in the preceding, mutatis mutandis. Litterarum etc. (G. … Piscia), as ibid. [In the margin: Decembris. 12/3 pp.]
Ibid.
(f. 257.)
To the dean of Wells. Faculty to confer the office of notary public on Richard Spekyngton, clerk, of the diocese of Bath and Wells. Ne contractuum. (G. de Piccolominibus. | xvi. A. de Reate. S. Planas.) [In the margin:Decembris. Registered briefly, with the aid of the phrase ‘in forma etc.’]
1462.
7 Id. Oct.
(7 Oct.)
Petriolo in the
diocese of Siena.
(f. 329d.)
To Thomas Cowper, a brother (confratri) of the confraternity of the Augustinian house of the Bonshommes of Asscherugge, in the diocese of Lincoln. (fn. 15) Dispensation to him, who suffers so much from a very grave and incurable bodily disease that he cannot fulfil the austerity and regular observances of the said order, to receive and retain [for life] a benefice with cure or a service, [and] resign it, simply or for exchange, as often as he pleases, and receive and retain for life a like benefice or service. Religionis etc. (G. de Piccolominibus. | Gratis de mandato domini nostri. S. de Spada. Jo. de Tartarinis.) [In the margin: Januarii. 1 p.]
1462[–3].
4 Id. Jan.
(10 Jan.)
St. Peter's, Rome.
(f. 345d.)
To John Row, subdean of the church of Exeter, M.A. Dispensation at his recent petition (containing that he lately obtained the said subdeanery, and at the time of his reception swore to observe the statutes, by which it is provided that the subdean is bound to visit in person the whole diocese every year, and in the course of such visitation to hear confessions in cases reserved to the bishop and give absolution, and that he cannot conveniently in future make the said visitation in person because it is burdensome to him, and because he is past his fiftieth year and getting old (fn. 16) ) that he may in future cause the said visitation to be made and the said confessions heard etc. by a fit deputy of his choice. Vite etc. (G. de Piccolominibus. | xxx. A. de Reate. S. Planas.) [In the margin: Decembris. 1¼ pp.]
Ibid.
(f. 346.)
To David ap Gruffich (rectius Gruffith), perpetual vicar of Langwonoit in the diocese of Llandaff, bachelor in decrees. Dispensation to receive and retain for life with the said church of Langwonoit, value not exceeding 25 marks sterling, any other benefice etc. as to Oliver Alwoode above, f. 255, mutatis mutandis; provided that the fruits etc., as to William Clerk above, f. 21. Litterarum etc. (G. de Piccolominibus. | l. A. de Reate. M. de Sole. Jo. de Salas.) [In the margin: Decembris. 2 pp. —.]
1462[–3].
Kal. March.
(1 March.)
St. Peter's, Rome.
(f. 384d.)
Confirmation of a statute made in the chapter-general of the Hospitallers at Rhodes on 4 Nov. 1462, concerning the imposition of three annates upon all the benefices of the order for defence against the Turks, by the holders thereof in the realms of Hungary, Bohemia, Denmark, Poland and all the other provinces of the German nation, both upper and lower. Ad fut. rei mem. Etsi magnis mereantur. (G. de Piccolominibus. | Gratis. L. de Lynardo.) [9½ pp. See below, Reg. Vat. DIX, f. 383d., which is the same, mutatis mutandis.]

Footnotes

3 On the back of the volume is the usual modern red leather label, with: ‘Pii ii. secret. Lib. xi. T. xli.,’ and on the bottom edge of the volume the usual contemporary description: ‘iii. Anni Quarto Liber xi. Pii.’ Inside the volume is the front half of the original sheepskin binding, with: ‘Tertius Anni iiii. et Principium Quinti. G. de Piccolominibus S(ecretarii) d(omini) n(ostri),’ and other unimportant contemporary notes, as well as the usual 16th century ‘Vis(um) V(ictorius) Cl(ementinus).’ There are no Rubricelle. The text comprises ff. i. to ccccxxxiii, on the last of which is the usual ‘Gasper Blondus.’
4 In the case of bachelors of arts the incipit is not ‘Litterarum sciencia, vite ac morum.’ For other examples see below, Reg. Vat. DIX, f. 65, and DXI, f. 197d.
5 The ‘De’ is ill-written.
6 So spelt several times. Once spelt ‘Creschewaite.’
7 cum clausura illi contigua et sepius (rectius sepibus) inclusa.
8 The title is thus given to him in the address, although the provision has yet to be made to him.
9 tres annos et totidem quadragenas ac centum et (?) et quadraginta dies de iniunctis eis penitentiis. … The paper is unusually thin so that the writing penetrates from one side to the other with confusing results.
10 qui in die et per totum diem Parasceves.
11 sed etiam dilecti filii prior et conventus dicti monasterii qui, per hostiles incursus Gallorum et aliorum per mare sapius infestati ac a divinorum celebratione cessare coacti, non habent unde congrue sustentari possint, sintque ad reparationem et sustentationem huiusmodi ac ad predicta tollenda incomoda Christifidelium pia subsidia plurimum necessaria pariter et accomoda, que (? rectius quod) etiam dilscta in Christo filia Catherina Chydyok, relicta quondam Johannis Chydyok militis dicte diocesis, ex sua testamentaria dispositione [quandam capellam cum inibi altari in ecclesia dicti monasterii, sub quo] ecclesiastice traditum sepulture [corpus dicti militis] habetur, pro missis inibi celebrandis perpetuo fundavit, seque sub ac prope eodem altari (no altare has yet been mentioned) ac maritum sepeliri fecit, ac ampliora caritatis subsidia de bonis sibi a deo collatis eidem monasterio pie contulit, Nos cupientes … The text is evidently defective.
12 dicti militis ac eius coniugis, qui caritatis subsidia ex pie devotionis affectu neccessitatem (sic) dicti monasterii piis oculis respiciendo eidem monasterio prebuerunt, consideratione.…
13 nisi ad opus fabrice ecclesie seu monasterii prefati edificia pertinentia ad ecclesiam seu monasterium huiusmodi.
14 Described in the bishop's own letters as near his city of Wells.
15 confratri confraternitatis domus bonorum virorum sanguinis Jesu Christi de Asscherugge nuncupate ordinis sancti Augustini Lincolniensis diocesis. In the text of the dispensation the spelling is ‘Asscherruge.’
16 quod tibi onerosa existit et quinquagesimum tue etatis annum transcendis et ad senium tendis.