List 51: Dignitaries and canons whose prebends cannot be identified
Canons whose prebends cannot be identified

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'List 51: Dignitaries and canons whose prebends cannot be identified: Canons whose prebends cannot be identified ', Fasti Ecclesiae Anglicanae 1066-1300: Volume 6: York (1999), pp. 118-135. URL: http://british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=11328 Date accessed: 22 October 2014.


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Achard
M. Adam de Belstede
Ailric
Ailward
Alexander
M. Angerus
Ansfrid
M. Attilin
M. Bartholomew des Roches
M. Charles de Beaumont
M. Elias son of Bernard
Fulk
Geoffrey
Gerard
Gernagot
Gerold Grossus
Gerold son of Serlo
Gervase
Gilbert
Gilbert son of Fulk
M. Gregory of York
Grunerius son of Peter de Vico Placentini
Hamo de Valognes
Hasculf Paynel
Henry
Henry de Grey
?Herbert
Holdebert
Hugh
[Hugh of Beaulieu
Hugh de Gant
Hugh de Pinconio
M. J. de Honington
M. John Clarel
M. John de Tywa
Jordan
Jordan
M. Jordan Piruntus (Conti)
M. Laurence
Letold
M. Lisiard de Musters
Louis of Savoy
M.
M. Mainard
Martin of Pattishall
Nicholas
Nicholas
M. Nicholas
? Nicholas
Nicholas de Bréauté
M. Nicholas of Selby
Nicholas son of Durand
Nicholas son of Gernagot
Nicholas son of Hugh
M. Nicholas of York
M. Osbert
M. Paulinus of Leeds
Philip de Broi
R.
Ralph
Ralph Flambard
Ralph de Sancta Columba
Ranulph
M. Richard
M. Robert de Arenis
[M. Roffredus
Roger
M. Roger
Roger Crassus
Roger de Cunde
Roger Macrus
Roger Medicus
M. Rostand
Simon Bacun
[M. Simon de Gandavo
M. Sirus
Stephen
Stephen de Arraz
M. Stephen of Langton
Stephen the Roman
Stephen son of Holdebert
Stephen of Sutton
T.
Tosti
? M. Vacarius
M. W.
Walter le Breton
William of Bayeux I
William of Bayeux II
William the chaplain
William of Coutances son of Roger Reinfrei
M. William (Seguin) de Got
William de Langeton the younger
William de Ledes
M. William Passemer
William de Perchi
William of Sainte-Mère-Eglise
William of Savoy
William son of Durand
William son of Holdebert
William son of Tosti
William of Southwell
William Tillemir
William of Winchester
Wimund
Footnotes

Achard

Occ. as can. three times; 1135 × 4 July 1139 (EEA V no. 44); as son of Alan 1154 × 57 (EYC IX no. 153); and 1154 × 64, prob. Feb. 1155 or Jan. 1158 (G. V. Scammell, Hugh du Puiset, Bishop of Durham (Cambridge, 1956), pp. 265-6 = EEA XX no. 15, a spurious ch. with a possibly genuine witness-list).

M. Adam de Belstede (fn. 218)

Royal gr. of custody of vacant abpric. of York, by counsel of barons, 20 Jan. 1265 (CPR 1258-66 p. 400). Member of household of Eleanor, countess of Leicester, 1265 (Biog. Ox. I 163). Depr. of his preb. for enmity to kg.; royal coll. of his preb. to M. William of Fécamp 12 Nov. 1265 (CPR 1258-66 p. 502), but gr. ineffective and William had royal coll. to preb. Langtoft 10 Jan. 1266 (list 32). Adam pardoned and restored 30 March 1266 (CPR 1258-66 p. 574). Occ. as kg.'s clerk 10 July 1268 (CPR 1266-72 p. 242). Occ. as can. 5 July 1271 (Reg. G. Giffard (Worc.) II 118-19). Still alive, had abp.'s coll. to preb. of Southwell 29 July 1272 (Reg. Giffard p. 67). D. by May 1275 (Rotuli Ricardi Gravesend, ed. F. N. Davis et al. (CYS xxxi, 1925) p. 127).

Ailric

Occ. as can. c. 1125 × 1133 (EEA V no. 74).

Ailward

Occ. as can. of York Jan. 1151 × 14 Oct. 1153 (EEA V no. 132). Presum. not to be identified with Ailward can. of Beverley who first occ. before 1135, last 29 June 1169 (Beverley Fasti p. 13).

Alexander

Occ. as can. 1162 × 67 (EYC II nos. 1250-1) and 1162 × 73 (ibid. nos. 1247-8).

M. Angerus

Said to be can. of York in papal letter of 23 Oct. 1171 (Materials for Becket VII 500; cf. M. Vacarius, below)

Ansfrid

Occ. as chapl. c. 1121 × 1135 (EEA V no. 82) and as can. 1135 × 4 July 1139 (ibid. no. 44). His nephew Simon occ. as can. 1143 × 53 (below).

M. Attilin

Occ. as Acchelin and Acelin, can., 1177 × 86 (EYC I nos. 509-10) and as M. Attilin, prob. can., c. 1171 × 22 Nov. 1181 (ibid. X no. 69 = EEA XX no. 101). Occ. as M. Attilin, clerk of abp., [1180] (Cart. Guisborough II no. 684 = EEA XX no. 41).

M. Bartholomew des Roches

Archdcn. of Winchester by 28 May 1213 to d. 12 Dec. 1230 (1 Fasti II 93). Had ineffective royal coll. to deanery of York 13 Apr. 1214 (list 2). Occ. as can. c. 24 May 1228 (YMF II no. 98). Also preb. of Exeter, London and Salisbury (I Fasti I 48, IV 79).

M. Charles de Beaumont

Described as can. of York, Wells and Salisbury 18 Oct. 1294 (CPR 1292-1301 p. 121). Royal protection for one year, staying overseas, 11 May 1296 (ibid. p. 188). Preb. of Beverley, abp.'s coll. 30 Aug. 1290, res. by 13 Apr. 1301 (Beverley Fasti p. 102). Presum. related to M. Louis de Beaumont, treas. of Salisbury (CPR 1292-1301 p. 188), who was preb. Apesthorpe and Strensall (lists 15, 42).

M. Elias son of Bernard (fn. 219)

First occ. as can. 11 Apr. 1224, at Curia in connection with process of St William (CPL I 96 = Reg. Hon. III no. 4935) and with canonization 18 March 1226 (CPL I 109 = Reg. Hon. III no. 5867). Occ. several times. His chantry at altar of St William in Minster founded 1230 (HCY III 139-41; York Fabric Rolls p. 305). Papal conf. of this 24 Jan. 1237 (HCY III 141-2, cal. CPL I 159 = Reg. Grég. IX no. 3464).

Fulk

Occ. as can. c. 1125 × 1133 (EEA V no. 74) and 1135 × 4 July 1139 (ibid. no. 44). Also occ. as witness in spurious ch. of abp. Thomas I for Durham, which may preserve genuine witness-lists of abps. Thomas II and Thurstan (ibid. no. 3 and note).

Geoffrey

Occ. as can. 1135 × 4 July 1139 (EEA V no. 44).

Gerard

Occ. as can. 1143 × 53 (EYC I no. 450) and 1138 × 51 or later (ibid. nos. 621, 638). Perhaps to be identifed with Gerard son of Osbert who occ. as can. 1155 × 65 (ibid. III no. 1776).

Gernagot (fn. 220)

First occ. as can. c. 1120 × 1129 (EYC II no. 874). Also occ. 1143 × 53 (ibid. I no. 450). 'Garnagotus Eboracensis canonicus' became monk at Whitby, giving land in York, near Minster, 1148 × 53 (ibid. no. 279). (fn. 221) Perhaps father of Nicholas son of Gernagot, can. (below).

Gerold Grossus

Occ. as can. c. 1138 × 1143 (YMF I nos. 1, 3), together with Gerold son of Serlo (below).

Gerold son of Serlo

Occ. as can. several times, first c. 1138 × 1143 (YMF I nos. 1, 3), last c. 1165 × 1174 (EYC II no. 684; cf. no. 978 = EEA XX no. 17, of 1164 × 74, perhaps 1173 or 1174). Brother of Serlo son of Serlo, preb. Grindale (list 28). Perhaps to be identified with Gerold who occ. as can. c. 1171 × 22 Nov. 1181 (EYC X no. 69 = EEA XX no. 101), 1177 × 84 (EYC I no. 276) and 1177 × 86 (ibid. no. 328, VI no. 134; cf. III no. 1572), and with Gerold the can., father of Matilda who occ. as wife of Roger de Bavent c. 1175 × 1194 (ibid. I no. 368).

Gervase

Occ. as can. 1177 × 86 (EYC II no. 840).

Gilbert

Prec. of Hereford. Occ. as can. of York 1148 × 53 (GFL no. 82).

Gilbert son of Fulk (fn. 222)

First occ. as can. 1142 × 54 (EYC II no. 1202). Occ. several times, last after 1164 (ibid. I no. 285 = EEA XX no. 125; EYC I no. 282 = EEA XX no. 126) and after c. 1165 (EYC II no. 684). D. before 1166 (ibid. XI no. 94).

M. Gregory of York

First occ. as M. Gregory can. 1191 × 94 (YMF I no. 23). Occ. frequently as M. Gregory can., but also called M. Gregory of York (e.g. ibid. nos. 81, 91). Last occ. 1206/7 (Cart. Rievaulx no. 363), ? 1205 × 1210 (YMF I no. 42), and 1199 ×1216 (Cart. Treas. York no. 35). Witness to a ch. of abp. Geoffrey as can. of Exeter, 1191 × 99 (Cal. Docs. France no. 62), and at Exeter temp. bp. John (186-91) (EEA XII no. 180(2); cf. nos. 153, 160, 163, 170, 179). Commem. as Magister Gregorius at Durham (Liber Vitae Dunelm. p. 18 fo. 22v). Prob. to be identified with M. Gregory of York who was at Oxford c. 1185 and occ. 1186 × 90 (Biog. Ox. III 2139).

Grunerius son of Peter de Vico Placentini (fn. 223)

Papal prov. of preb. in succession to M. Jordan Piruntus (who d. at Rome Oct. 1269) by 5 July 1272 (Reg. Giffard p. 38). No other occ. as can.

Hamo de Valognes (fn. 224)

Occ. as can. three times: 1167 × 77, prob. before 1173 (EYC I no. 553, see Thomas de Reinevilla, list 47), 1161 × 84 (EYC V no. 281) and c. 1174 × 1184 (ibid. no. 330).

Hasculf Paynel (fn. 225)

Royal clerk by 1208 (Rot. Litt. Claus. I 108a; Rot. Litt. Pat. p. 81a). Res. preb. of York by 16 Aug. 1213, when it was coll. by kg. to M. Richard de Marisco (Rot. Litt. Pat. pp. 103a, 105a; list 50). Still alive 24 June 1217 (Rot. Litt. Claus I 312b). D. by 1220 (Bracton's Note Book, ed. F. W. Maitland (3 vols., Cambridge, 1887) I no. 97; Curia Regis Rolls VIII 289).

Henry

Occ. as can. [of York] c. 1160 × 1180 (EYC XI no. 217), but possibly can. of Ripon (cf. ibid. nos. 141, 156).

Henry de Grey (fn. 226)

Rector of Gargrave (W.R.), first occ. 14 Jan. 1226 (Reg. Gray p. 7; cf. ibid. pp. 15, 246); rector of Leake (Notts.), first occ. 22 Aug. 1227 (ibid. p. 17; cf. pp. 21, 32). Still clerk 1238 (ibid. p. 15). Occ. as can. twice only, both on same day 22 March 1242 (ibid. pp. 191, 195). Had been succeeded in Gargrave by 1244 (ibid. p. 113; Fasti Paroch. IV 43, 46 and n.) by his brother Walter de Grey the younger, preb. Masham (list 34). Nephew of abp. Walter de Grey (CPL I 162 = Reg. Grég. IX no. 3637; list 1). Not to be confused with Henry de Grey, clerk, son of W. de Grey, who had disp. for plurality 5 June 1256 (CPL I 332 = Reg. Alex. IV no. 1380).

?Herbert

Occ. as can., but not clear whether of Beverley (fn. 227) or York, 1121 × c. 1128 (EEA V no. 31). Occ. as can. of York 1119 × 30 (EYC II no. 1155).

Holdebert

Occ. as can. c. 1125 × 1133 (EEA V no. 74). Presum. father of Stephen son of Holdebert and William son of Holdebert, cans. (below).

Hugh

Son of dean [Robert de Butevilain, list 2], occ. as can. 1175 × 86 (EYC III nos. 1563-4).

[Hugh of Beaulieu

Bp. of Carlisle, el. before 1 Aug. 1218, temps. 25 Aug., cons. 24 Feb. 1219 (1 Fasti II 20). Papal conf. of preb. held by him and predecessors bps. of Carlisle from time of abp. Thurstan, 2 May 1223 (CPL I 91 = Reg. Hon. III no. 4333). This was almost certainly an error: Bramham had been held by Adelulf bp. of Carlisle temp. abp. Thurstan not as bp. of Carlisle but as prior of Nostell (list 20).]

Hugh de Gant

Occ. as can. of York Jan. 1151 × 14 Oct. 1153 (EEA V no. 127), 1161 × 67 (EYC I no. 562) and before 1174 (ibid. II no. 683). Occ. as can. of Ripon 28 Feb. 1150 × 14 Oct. 1153 (EEA V no. 115).

Hugh de Pinconio

Occ. as can. 27 June 1109 × 1112 (EYC I no. 25, cal. EEA V no. 15).

M. J. de Honington

Occ. as can. before 17 Jan. 1246 (cart. Warter: Bodl., MS Fairfax fos. 46v-47r).

M. John Clarel

Occ. without title 4 Feb. 1262 (Reg. Urbain IV II no. 42). Papal chapl., occ. as clerk of abbot of St Albans 1271 and June 1275 (cart. St Albans: BL Cotton MS Otho D. iii fos. 78v, 77v). Occ. as can. twice only: 3 July 1272 (CPR 1266-72 p. 662) and after 2 March 1288 (Reg. Romeyn II 105). Occ. as judge for abp. of York 21 Dec. 1282 (Reg. Epp. Peckham II 494). Patron of Hooton Roberts, occ. making pres. 5 Oct. 1280 (Reg. Wickwane p. 32). Benefices listed Reg. Romeyn I 282 n. D. as rector of Stanford on Avon (Northants) by 14 June 1295 (Reg. Sutton V 89). (fn. 228)

M. John de Tywa

Occ. as can. twice on same day 22 March 1242 (Reg. Gray pp. 191, 195). Occ. without title 3 Jan. 1243 (Chart. Fountains I 425) and as rector of Elkesley (Notts.) prob. Nov. or Dec. 1246 (Reg. Gray p. 99). Held land in Goodramgate (Chs. Vicars Choral no. 132) and had a clerk called Laurence (ibid. no. 161). Prob. related to M. Gilbert de Tywa, preb. Dunnington (list 24) and to Hugh de Tywa (brother of Sir John de Tywa) the murderer in 1245 of M. Laurence of Lincoln, archdcn. of York (list 9).

Jordan

Occ. as can. Jan. 1151 × 14 Oct. 1153 (EEA V no. 133; cf. no. 121, of c. 1152 × 14 Oct. 1153, possibly spurious), 10 Oct. 1154 × 1157 (EYC III no. 1825 = EEA XX no. 136), and 10 Oct. 1154 × 1164, perhaps early in the period (Chart. Sallay I no. 52 = EEA XX no. 91). Presum. to be identified with Jordan can. whose chantry at altar of St Agnes, St Cecilia and St Petronilla in Minster was founded 'in very remote times' (York Fabric Rolls p. 279).

Jordan

Occ. as abp. 's chapl. early 1203 (Durham D. & C., 2.1 Archiep. 31), 18 Aug. 1191 × 5 Apr. 1205 (Southwell Minster, MS I, Liber Albus, p. 374), and c. 1199 × 1212 (Reg. Corbridge II 58). Occ. as can. of York 18 Aug. 1191 × 5 July 1205 (HMC MSS of R. R. Hastings (1928-47) I 120-1). Presum. a different individual from the preceding.

M. Jordan Piruntus (Conti)

Cardinal-dcn. of SS. Cosma e Damiano, created May 1262, d. Oct. 1269 in possession of unident. preb. (Eubel I 49; Reg. Giffard p. 38; cf. Grunerius, above). Papal notary; papal nominee for deanery of York 1256, but withdrew for annual payment of 100m., 1257 (list 2). If 100m. represented the value of his preb., the possible prebs. which have gaps in lists of cans. in the period are: South Cave (£ 106 13s. 4d. in 1291, list 22), Driffield (£ 100 in 1291, list 23), and Laughton (£ 73 6s. 8d. in 1291, list 33). Also preb. of London; archdcn. of Dorset (1 Fasti 76-7, IV 27). D. at Viterbo 9 Oct. 1269 (Paravicini Bagliani, Testamenti pp. 17-18, 125-6).

M. Laurence

Occ. as can. Jan. 1151 × 14 Oct. 1153 (EEA V no. 113) and c. 1150 × 1170 (EYC IX no. 95). Perhaps to be identified with Laurence preb. Strensall (list 42).

Letold

Occ. as can. c. 1125 × 1133 (EEA V no. 74), 1135 × 4 July 1139 (ibid. no. 44) and 1135 × 43 (EYC II no. 1012). (fn. 229) Presum. to be identified with Letolf can. who occ. 1127 × 33 (ibid. no. 783). (fn. 230) Prob. can. when occ. without title c. 1121 × 1135 (EYC VI no. 9, cal. EEA V no. 73). Presum. father of John son of Letold, archdcn. of Cleveland and Nottingham (lists 10, 12).

M. Lisiard de Musters (fn. 231)

Occ. without title c. 1190, concerning Willoughby on the Wolds (Notts.) (HMC MSS of Lord Middleton (1911) p. 25). First occ. as can. 1191 × 94 (YMF I no. 23; cf. EYC I no. 345, II no. 842). Occ. frequently. Last occ. 1206/7 (Cart. Rievaulx no. 363). After his d., called M. Lisiard de Musters, can. of York, father of John son of Lisiard (Chs. Vicars Choral nos. 326-9).

Louis of Savoy

Occ. as can. of York 8 June 1276 (Reg. Giffard p. 301). His request to exch. his canonry with someone to be nom. by bp. of Langres refused by abp. 6 Dec. 1279 (Reg. Wickwane p. 256).

M.

Occ. as can. 10 Oct. 1228 (cart. Bardney: BL Cotton MS Vesp. E. xx fos. 96v-97r). Prob. to be identified with either M. Maurice, preb. Barnby (list 16), or Martin of Pattishall (below).

M. Mainard

Clerk of kg. Stephen (Regesta III pp. xii-xiii). First occ. as can. 10 Oct. 1154 × 1161 (EYC III no. 1477 = Chart. Pontefract I no. 48 = EEA XX no. 74), 1157 × 23 Sept. 1162 (Reg. Melton I fo. 222v = EEA XX no. 68) and 6 May 1158 × 23 Sept. 1162 (EYC I no. 119). (fn. 232) Occ. frequently, last 28 Sept. 1177 × 22 Nov. 1181 (EYC III no. 1834 = EEA XX no. 8), c. 1177 × 1181 (Facsimiles of Royal and other Chs. in the British Museum, ed. G. F. Warner and H. J. Ellis (1903) no. 64), and 1177 × 86 (EYC VI no. 134).

Martin of Pattishall (fn. 233)

Occ. as can. 1222 × 27 (YMF I no. 24). Royal justice 1218-29 (Turner, Judiciary p. 301 and index); on eyre at York 1218-19 and 1226-7 (Yorks. Fines 1218-31; YMF II no. 94). Also preb. of Salisbury, can. of Lincoln, archdcn. of Norfolk by 1228, dean of St Paul's, London (1 Fasti IV 101, III 132, II 65, I 6). D. 14 Nov. 1229 (Chron. Maj. III 190).

Nicholas

Occ. as can. c. 1125 × 1133 (EEA V no. 74), 1143 × 53 (EYC I no. 450), and 1147 × 53 (Documents ... of the Danelaw, ed. F. M. Stenton (British Academy, 1920) no. 367; Rufford Chs. nos. 198, 201). Perhaps to be identified with Nicholas son of Durand who occ. as can. c. 1138 × 1143 and 1154 × 57 (below).

Nicholas

Occ. as can. many times, e.g.: 1162 × 74, perhaps 1162 × 64 (Priory of Hexham II 86 = EYC I no. 146 = EEA XX no. 46), 1161 × 67 (EYC I no. 159), 1158 × 71 (ibid. VI no. 133), 1164 × 74 (ibid. I nos. 282, 285 = EEA XX nos. 126, 125 respectively), 1167 × 74 (Chart. Fountains II 740 (no. 5) = EEA XX no. 31), 1177 × 84 (EYC I no. 276). Perhaps more than one individual named Nicholas; cf. below, Nicholas son of Hugh who occ. as can. 1164 × 74, perhaps 1173 or 1174, and 1191 × 94, and Nicholas son of Gernagot, who occ. as can. first 1161 × 67, last 1191 × 94 (below).

M. Nicholas

Occ. as can. 1219 × 25 (YMF I no. 30) and 1219 × 28 (ibid. no. 38). Not can. 1225 × 28 (ibid. no. 54).

? Nicholas

Nephew of Hugolino, cardinal-bp. of Ostia (later pope Gregory IX), (fn. 234) rector of St Mary, Nottingham, promised next vacant preb. 19 Sept. 1226 (Reg. Gray pp. 11-12, date corrected from MS), but promise still unfulfilled 19 Jan. 1227 (CPL I 116 = Reg. Hon. III no. 6191).

Nicholas de Bréauté (fn. 235)

Royal coll. to preb. in succession to William [of Coutances], formerly archdcn. of Rouen, s.v., 15 Sept. 1215 (Rot. Litt. Pat. p. 155a). Still alive 26 Dec. 1222 (CPR 1216-25 p. 359).

M. Nicholas of Selby

Occ. as can. 1240 × 44 (cart. York: BL Cotton MS Claud. B. iii fo. 103), 18 July 1246 (ibid. fo. 87), and 21 Sept. 1249 (Reg. Gray p. 261 n.). Executor of Hugh of Selby, mayor of York, after 1235 (Chs. Vicars Choral no. 154).

Nicholas son of Durand

Occ. as can. c. 1138 × 1143 (YMF I no. 3) and 1154 × 57 (EYC IX no. 153). Perhaps son of Durand archdcn. (list 8) and therefore brother of William son of Durand (below). Prob. also occ. as Nicholas (above).

Nicholas son of Gernagot

First occ. as can. 1161 × 67 (EYC I no. 562). Occ. frequently, last 1191 × 94 (YMF I nos. 23, 36; cf. II no. 62). Usual form of his name 'Nicholaus Gernagoti' often abbreviated `Nicholao Gernag" and misunderstood as the names of two individuals, Nicholas and Gernagot. Prob. mistranscribed as 'Nicholao Granger' in ch. of 1189 × 94 (EYC II no. 842). Prob. also occ. as Nicholas can. (e.g. YMF II no. 61, cf. no. 62). Perhaps the son of Gernagot, can., who became a monk of Whitby 1148 × 53 (above).

Nicholas son of Hugh

Not yet can. when occ. 1164 × 1177 (EYC I no. 487 = EEA XX no. 92). Occ. as can. 1164 × 74, perhaphs 1173 or 1174 (EYC II no. 978 = EEA XX no. 17), and 1191 × 94 (YMF I no. 37). Prob. also occ. as Nicholas (above).

M. Nicholas of York

Occ. without title, as witness to abp.'s ch. 7 Dec. 1240, in company with M. Peter of Figheldean, later succentor (list 7) (EYC VI no. 85). Occ. as can. 1238 × 41 (YMF I no. 18) and 22 March 1242 (Reg. Gray pp. 191, 195). Possibly to be identified with one of two men of same name: 1. archdcn. of Wilts. (Salisbury dioc.) by 23 Aug. 1247, last occ. 11 March 1257, had been succeeded by 27 Dec. 1258 (1 Fasti IV 36-7; cf. Cart. Treas. York p. 1); 2. official of bp. of Salisbury and preb. of Salisbury, who occ. from 9 June 1249 to 2 March 1252/3 (1 Fasti IV 69-70). A fourth man of the same name occ. as clerk 7 Apr. 1265 and was conducting business in connection with will of John Maunsel deceased treas. of York 20 Aug. 1266 (CPR 1258-66 pp. 417, 629).

M. Osbert

Occ. as can. c. 29 Sept. 1159 (Rufford Chs. no. 689 = EEA XX no. 88).

M. Paulinus of Leeds

First certain occ. as Paulinus, can. 1135 × 43 (EYC II no. 1012). (fn. 236) Also occ. as can. 1143 × 53 (ibid. I no. 450) and 1155 × 65 (ibid. III no. 1776). Prob. to be identified with M. Paulinus of Leeds, who was the son of Ralph Nowell, bp. of Orkney (ibid. I nos. 279, 528; G. V. Scammell, Hugh du Puiset (Cambridge, 1956) pp. 10 and n., 264), vicar of Leeds (W.R.), conf. 1164 × 74 (EYC VI no. 82 = EEA XX no. 55), master of St Leonard's hospital, appd. 1186 (EYC I 244-5), el. bp. of Carlisle [July] 1186, but declined (1 Fasti II 19), and d. 1200 or 1201 (Rot. Chart. p. 42, 101; see YMF I 78). Presum. father of Thomas son of Paulinus, preb. Stillington (list 41).

Philip de Broi

Occ. as can. Jan. 1151 × 14 Oct. 1153 (EEA V no. 127).

R.

Occ. as can. c. 1121 × 1125 (EYC II no. 875, cal. EEA V no. 67, spurious or corrupt). Farrer suggested R[alph]. Cf. T. and Master W. below.

Ralph

Occ. as can. c. 1125 × 1133 (EEA V no. 74).

Ralph Flambard

Occ. as can. and pr. c. 1160 × 1170 (EYC II no. 1090); prob. can. when occ. 1158 × 71 (ibid. VI no. 133, temp. Jeremy can., list 50).

Ralph de Sancta Columba

Occ. as can. 1138 × 42 (EYC III nos. 1313-14), c. 1138 × 1143 (YMF I no. 1), 1143 × 53 (EYC I no. 450), and c. 1150 × 1170 (ibid. IX no. 95).

Ranulph

Occ. c. 1125 × 1133 (EEA V no. 74) and 1154 × 57, prob. c. 1154 (Chart. Fountains II 708 no. 23 = EEA XX no. 20 note). Also occ. in spurious ch. c. 1120 × 1129 (EYC II no. 874).

M. Richard

Occ. as can. and penitentiary ? 1201, 1197 × c. 1210 (YMF I nos. 31, 28) and 1199 × 1217 (Chs. Vicars Choral no. 124; Cart. Treas. York no. 31).

M. Robert de Arenis

Occ. as can. 13 Sept. 1215 (Rot. Litt. Pat. p. 182a, 22 May 1221 (Reg. Gray p. 139 n.) and 1220 × Oct. 1227 (HCY III 153, cal. Chs. Vicars Choral no. 136, also no. 530). Presum. to be identified with M. Robert de Harenis, can. of Exeter, who d. 18 June 1224 (EEA XII 319).

[M. Roffredus

Clerk of Hugolino, cardinal-bp. of Ostia, (fn. 237) papal prov. to a preb. 9 Aug. 1217 (Reg. Gray p. 129; CPL I 49 = Reg. Hon. III no. 719), but prob. ineffective, as does not occ. as can. Abp.'s coll. to church of Hinderwell (N.R.) 1226 (Reg. Gray p. 9). Pension paid to him, called 'Rumfredus Scottus', by Evesham abbey 1214 × 27 (Letters of Guala p. lxix n. 237). Possibly to be identified with M. Roffredus of Ferentino, abp.'s proctor in the Curia 1247-54 (Reg. Gray pp. 257, 263), who was coll. to moiety of church of High Hoyland (W.R.) 1250 (ibid. p. 109), and was presum. still alive 1275 (Reg. Giffard p. 300).]

Roger

Occ. as can. 1135 × 25 Jan. 1140 (EEA V no. 47).

M. Roger

Occ. as can. 16 March 1254 (Reg. Gray p. 272 n., cal. Chs. Vicars Choral no. 143).

Roger Crassus

Occ. as can. 1147 × 53 (Documents ... of the Danelaw, ed. F. M. Stenton (British Academy, 1920) no. 367; Rufford Chs. no. 198, 201).

Roger de Cunde

Occ. as can. 1154 × 57 (EYC III no. 1825 (cal. Mowbray Chs. no. 324) = EEA XX no. 136). Presum. to be identified with Roger de Cundi who occ. at York as clerk of Roger de Mowbray 17 Apr. 1153 (EYC III no. 1823, cal. Mowbray Chs. no. 322).

Roger Macrus

Occ. as can. 1147 × 53 (Documents of the Danelaw, ed. F.M. Stenton, no. 367), 1146 × 56, 1148 × 53 (Rufford Chs. nos. 178, 198, 210).

Roger Medicus

Occ. as can. 28 Sept. 1177 × 22 Nov. 1181 (EYC III no. 1565 = EEA XX no. 127). Prob. not to be identified with Roger Medicus prob. can. of Lincoln 1 Oct. 1151 (1 Fasti III 143).

M. Rostand (fn. 238)

Papal chapl., royal gr. of next vacant preb. 23 Oct. 1255 (CPR 1247-58 p. 429). Royal coll. to preb. in succession to John Maunsel the elder (on his promotion as treas. of York) 2 Jan. 1256 (ibid. p. 455). Papal collector, in England Sept. 1255-June 1256, Feb.-July 1257 (W.E. Lunt, Financial Relations of the Papacy with England to 1327 (Mediaeval Academy of America xxxiii, 1939) pp. 615-16). Returned to England March 1258, in royal service to 1259 (ibid.). Also preb. of London, res. on taking monastic habit before Feb. 1259 (Ann. Dunstable p. 214; 1 Fasti I 76). Papal conf. of benefices 18 Jan. 1259 (Reg. Alex. IV no. 2812, cal. CPL I 363-4). D. in England before 29 Oct. 1261 (Reg. Urbain IV no. 25, cal. CPL I 385; Chron. Maj. V 673).

Simon Bacun

Occ. as can. c. 1138 × 1143 (YMF I nos. 1, 3). Perhaps to be identifed with Simon nephew of Ansfrid who occ. as can. 1143 × 53 (EYC I no. 450); for Ansfrid, see above.

[M. Simon de Gandavo

Said to be can. when el. bp. of Salisbury June 1297 (Biog. Ox. II 759; DNB s.n. Ghent), but no supporting evidence (cf. 1 Fasti IV 7).]

M. Sirus

Occ. as can. once only, c. 1121 × 25 Jan. 1140 (EEA V no. 64). Just possibly mag. schol. (list 4).

Stephen

Three individuals (or more) called Stephen occ. as cans. in same period. Stephen without cognomen occ. several times: first as can. [1160] (EYC I nos. 386-7); as can. and pr. 1177 × 86 (ibid. no. 157, VI no. 134); several other times, last 1191 × 94 (YMF I no. 37) and c. 1189 × 1199 (ibid. II no. 63). Occ. together with Stephen the Roman can. (below) c. 1160 × 1170 (EYC II no. 1091) and 1164 × 74, prob. before c. 1173 (ibid. I nos. 282, 285 = EEA XX nos. 126, 125 respectively). Cf. also Stephen de Arraz and Stephen son of Holdebert (below).

Stephen de Arraz

Occ. as can. 1154 × 57 (EYC IX no. 153). Cf. Stephen, can. (above).

M. Stephen of Langton (fn. 239)

Occ. as can. of York (F.M. Powicke, Stephen Langton (Oxford, 1928) p. 4). Lovatt suggests possibly to be identified with Stephen can. (above) who occ. 1164 × 74, prob. before c. 1173 (EYC I nos. 282, 285 = EEA XX nos. 126, 125 respectively). Also can. of Paris. Cardinal-pr. of S. Crisogono, created 1206. Abp. of Canterbury, cons. 17 June 1207 (1 Fasti II 6). Brother of Simon of Langton, abp.-el. of York and preb. Strensall (lists 1, 42). Writer of biblical commentaries etc. (Sharpe, Handlist no. 1669).

Stephen the Roman

Occ. as Stephen Romanus, can., together with Stephen can. (see above), 1164 × 74, prob. before c. 1173 (EYC I nos. 282, 285 = EEA XX nos. 126, 125 respectively). Occ. as Stephen de Roma, can., together with Stephen can., c. 1160 × 1170 (EYC II no. 1091). Occ. as Stephen de Roma, can., 1158 × 81 (ibid. XI no. 194) and before 1183 (ibid. II no. 716).

Stephen son of Holdebert

Occ. as can. c. 1165 × 1174 (EYC II no. 684). Presum. son of Holdebert, can. (above), and brother of William son of Holdebert, can. (below). Cf. Stephen, can. (above).

Stephen of Sutton (fn. 240)

First occ. as can. 1274 (Durham D. & C., 2.2 Ebor. 18 = Cart. III ii fo. 72v) and 1264 × 21 June 1279 (Chs. Vicars Choral no. 124). Still can. of York 24 July 1284 (Reg. Sutton II 41). Also preb. of Lincoln by 18 June 1275; archdcn. of Northampton by 6 Oct. 1280; d. between 20 Sept. 1290 and 6 Jan. 1291 (1 Fasti III 68, 32). Ruling in York chapter 21 Aug. 1291 that he ought not to receive commons because not resident (Misc. Reg. fo. 3r). Commem. at York (Chs. Vicars Choral no. 429). Brother of Oliver of Sutton, bp. of Lincoln (1280-99) (Reg. Sutton III 85).

T.

Occ. as can. c. 1121 × 1125 (EYC II no. 875, cal. EEA V no. 67, spurious or corrupt). Farrer suggested T[osti]. Cf. R. above and Master W. below.

Tosti

Occ. among witnesses of a spurious ch. of abp. Thomas I for Durham, just possibly preserving the conflation of genuine witness-lists from chs. of abp. Thomas II and Thurstan (EEA V no. 3 and note; see also note to list 4, Sirus). Also occ. c. 1125 × 1133 (EEA V no. 74). Presum. father of William son of Tosti, can. (below).

? M. Vacarius

Said to be can. of York in papal letter of 23 Oct. 1171 (Materials for Becket VII 500; cf. M. Angerus, above). Occ. among cans. 1154 × 61 (EYC III no. 1477 = EEA XX no. 74) and 1167 × 74 (EEA XX no. 52), but not certainly a can. Prob. not can. when occ. as witness to ch. of abp. Roger as legate 1164 × 22 Nov. 1181 (cart. of Sir Henry Pierpoint: BL MS Loans 29/60 fo. 263r = EEA XX no. 6) and not called can. when occ. [1180] (Cart. Guisborough II no. 684 = EEA XX no. 41; cf. EEA XX nos. 87, 101). Certainly can. of Southwell, and conceded to his nephew Reginald a moiety of his preb. of Northwell, 18 Aug. 1191 × 1194 (Southwell Minster, MS I, Liber Albus, p. 20). Noted civilian and canon lawyer; abp. Roger's agent in Becket controversy; papal judge-delegate in northern England; see Biog. Ox. III 1939; Kuttner and Rathbone pp. 286-8; R. W. Southern, 'Master Vacarius and the beginning of an English academic tradition', in Medieval Learning and Literature, ed. J.J.G. Alexander and M. T. Gibson (Oxford, 1976) pp. 257-86, esp. 282-6 for his career; P. Stein, 'Vacarius and the civil law', in Church and Government in the Middle Ages: Essays presented to C. R. Cheney, ed. C. N. L. Brooke et al. (Cambridge, 1976) pp. 119-37; Sharpe, Handlist no. 1877.

M. W.

Occ. as can. c. 1121 × 1125 (EYC II no. 875, cal. EEA V no. 67, spurious or corrupt). Farrer suggested W[illiam]. Cf. R. and T. above.

Walter le Breton

Clerk, nephew of abp. Walter de Grey, disp. for additional benefice 23 Nov. 1254 (CPL I 308 = Reg. Innoc. IV no. 8236). Had houses in Goodramgate, York, as part of his preb. and d. as can. before 17 May 1269 (Reg. Giffard p. 2).

William of Bayeux I

Occ. as can. 27 June 1109 × 1112 (EYC 1 no. 24, cal. EEA V no. 15) and without title 1121 × c. 1128 (EEA V no. 31). Also archdcn. of Lincoln in 1130s (1 Fasti III 24-5).

William of Bayeux II

First occ. as can. [1160] (EYC I nos. 386-7; Cart. Rievaulx no. 86). Also occ. 1164 × 74 (EYC I nos. 282, 285 = EEA XX nos. 126, 125 respectively) and c. 1165 × 1174 (EYC II no. 684). Last occ. 1191 × 94 (YMF I no. 36). Perhaps to be identified with William of Bayeux, rector of Newton on Ouse (N.R.), ? c. 1200 (ibid. II 98).

William the chaplain

Occ. frequently as chapl. of abp. Roger (see EEA XX nos. 24, 25, 32 etc.). Not can. when occ. 1154 × 57 and 1154 × 64 (EYC IX no. 127 = EEA XX no. 75; EEA XX no. 91), and not called can. 1154 × 61, 1154 × 64 and 1157 × 64 (EEA XX nos. 74, 62, 63). Occ. as can. of York 1157 × 58 (EYC III no. 1832 = Cart. Rievaulx no. 225 = EEA XX no. 78), [1160] (EYC I nos. 386-7 and Cart. Rievaulx no. 86), 6 May 1158 × 23 Sept. 1162 (EYC I no. 119), (fn. 241) 1164 × c. 1170 (EYC II no. 960 = Cart. Rievaulx no. 222 = EEA XX no. 80), before Jan. 1167 (HCY III 81), 1164 × 77 (EYC I no. 487 = EEA XX no. 92), and 1 Sept. 1176 (EYC XI no. 107). Occ. among cans. 1157 × 62 (Reg. Melton I fo. 222v = EEA XX no. 68) and 10 Oct. 1154 × 1164 (EYC III no. 1479 = Chart. Pontefract I no. 47 = EEA XX no. 73).

William of Coutances son of Roger Reinfrei

Can. of Lincoln c. 1187 (1 Fasti III 148); archdcn. of Rouen, by 1 Jan. 1190, last occ. 1208 (Spear, 'Archidiacres de Rouen' p. 30). Presum. d. by 15 Sept. 1215, when his preb. in York coll. by kg. to Nicholas de Bréauté (Rot. Litt. Pat. p. 155a; and above). Nephew of Walter of Coutances, bp. of Lincoln (1183-4), abp. of Rouen (1184/5-1207) (1 Fasti III 2-3; EEA I p. xxxix; and see obit. cited by Spear, 'Archidiacres de Rouen' p. 30 n. 129).

M. William (Seguin) de Got

After his d. his unident. preb. was subject of royal coll. to Aymo of Savoy, s.v., 28 Sept. 1299, but letter patent cancelled (CPR 1292-1301 p. 440). Aymo became archdcn. of York 1300 and preb. Strensall 1302 (YMF I 38, 73; 2 Fasti VI 17, 80), but M. William cannot have held Strensall (see list 42). He was, however, preb. of Wells and Howden, a royal clerk, and brother of Berard de Got, cardinal- bp. of Albano (CPR 1292-1301 p. 189; CPL I 572-3 = Reg. Bon. VIII no. 2085), who came from Villandraut (Gironde, France) and d. 27 July 1297 (Paravicini Bagliani, Testamenti p. 60).

William de Langeton the younger

Occ. as can. and patron of Ashley (Northants) 22 Feb. 1293 (Reg. Sutton II 103).

William de Ledes

Occ. as can. 1189 × 94 (EYC II no. 842).

M. William Passemer (fn. 242)

Occ. as can. 22 March 1242 (Reg. Gray p. 191) and 4 Jan. 1243 (Chart. Fountains I 425). Pres. to church of North Cave (E.R.) 5 Nov. 1247, not called can. (Reg. Gray p. 102; cf. Reg. Giffard pp. 58, 109). Presum. to be identified with can. of London of same name who was archdcn. of London by c. 24 June 1272, last occ. Apr. 1275, d. prob. before Oct. 1276 (1 Fasti I 11, 44, 82, 88).

William de Perchi

Occ. as can. c. 1115 × 1125 (EYC I no. 530), 1133 × c. 1144 (ibid. no. 531), 1135 × 4 July 1139 (EEA V no. 44), 1138 × 1151 or later (EYC I no. 638; cf. no. 621, where wrongly transcribed as 'Derci'). Perhaps son of William de Percy I (EYC XI 2, nos. 1, 2, 4).

William of Sainte-Mère-Eglise (fn. 243)

Royal coll. to preb. in succession to Hubert Walter (lists 2, 50) 15 Sept. 1189 (Houedene III 16). Opposed by abp.-el. Geoffrey (ibid. p. 17). Also dean of St Martin le Grand London (ibid. p. 16); royal protonotary 1193 (ibid. p. 209). Bp. of London, el. Dec. 1198, cons. 23 May 1199 (1 Fasti I 2).

William of Savoy

Occ. as can., going to Curia, 21 Feb. 1298 (Cal. Chancery Warrants 1244-1326 (1927) p. 90). Prob. to be identified with dean of Bridgnorth, royal coll. 20 June 1300, res. by 28 May 1301 (CPR 1291-1301 pp. 526, 595).

William son of Durand

Occ. together with Durand archdcn. as witness in spurious ch. of abp. Thomas I for Durham, just possibly preserving the conflation of genuine witness-lists from chs. of abp. Thomas II and Thurstan (EEA V no. 3 and note; see also note above, list 4, Sirus, and Durand, list 8). Occ. as can., son of Durand archdcn., c. 1125 × 1133 (EEA V no. 74 and p. 125). Presum. brother of Nicholas son of Durand, can. (above).

William son of Holdebert

First occ. as can. c. 1138 × 1143 (YMF I nos. 1, 3). Occ. several times, last 1164 × 74, prob. before c. 1173 (EYC I nos. 282, 285 = EEA XX nos. 126, 125 respectively) and 1177 × 86 (EYC II no. 840; cf. VI no. 134, as pr. not can.). Presum. son of Holdebert and brother of Stephen son of Holdebert, cans. (above).

William son of Tosti

First occ. as can. c. 1138 × 1143 (YMF I nos. 1, 3). Occ. several times, last 1164 × 74, perhaps 1173 or 1174 (EYC II no. 978 = EEA XX no. 17; cf. EYC IX no. 14 = EEA XX no. 16) and 1167 × 77 (EYC I no. 553). Presum. son of Tosti, can. (above).

William of Southwell

Occ. as can. twice: 4 Dec. 1235 (Chart. Pontefract I no. 53) and 1235 (ibid. no. 43).

William Tillemir

Clerk of abp. [1180] (Cart. Guisborough II no. 684 = EEA XX no. 41). Occ. as can. 1177 × 84 (EYC I no. 276), and prob. can. c. 1171 × 22 Nov. 1181 (ibid. X no. 69 = EEA XX no. 101). Occ. without title EEA XX nos. 14, 26, 90, 131. But abp.'s seneschall also called William de Tillemir (EYC I no. 161 = (EEA XX no. 133).

William of Winchester

First occ. as can. c. 1138 × 43 (YMF I nos. 1-3). Rector of Bubwith (E.R.) (ibid. Occ. several times. Last occ. Jan. 1151 × 14 Oct. 1153 (EEA V nos. 113-14, 133; cf. YMF I nos. 4-5) and 1154 × 57, prob. c. 1154 (Chart. Fountains II 708 no. 23 = EEA XX no. 20 note). Presum. not to be identified with William of Winchester, preb. of London c. 1127 (1 Fasti I 85).

Wimund

Occ. as can. once only, 1218 × 20 (Cal. Charter Rolls II 442).

Footnotes

218 He was D.Cn.L. at Paris 1257; for his career, see Biog. Ox. I 163.
219 Studied theology at Paris (HCY III 138).
220 Also 'Gernegan', 'Jernegan'. Prob. a member of the family of Jernegan of Tanfield, for which see EYC V 40-4.
221 For date of abbot Richard (1148-75), see Heads of Relig. Houses p. 78; the gift was included in a privilege of pope Eugenius III (1145-53) (Cart. Whitby I 117-20, at p. 119, Jaffé no. 9645). The narrative at the beginning of Cart. Whitby, at pp. 5, 6, identifies Gernagot's gifts as three mansure in Fishergate and one in Stonegate.
222 Son of Fulk, steward of the Percy honour: see EYC XI 92-4.
223 Presum. Piacenza, Italy.
224 Cf. Ralph de Valognes, sheriff of Richmond 1174-81 (EYC V 188). He prob. came from the branch of the family that held a substantial fee in the honour of Richmond (EYC V 234ff.) and was thus related to Hubert Walter (cf. C. R. Cheney, Hubert Walter (1967) pp. 16-17).
225 A younger son of Fulk Paynel I of Drax and Hambye; see EYC VI 20-1, 201.
226 For his career, see Biog. Ox. II 807.
227 He is not, however, included in Beverley Fasti.
228 He succeeded William of Hambleton (dean 1300-05, list 2) in this living (cf. Reg. Romeyn I 282 n.).
229 For the date of this ch., see list 20 notes.
230 After Bertram de Bulmer succeeded to his estates and before Hugh Sottovagina became prec. (list 3).
231 Moutiers, Britnny: 'Monasteriis'.
232 Temp John archdcn. of Nottingham (list 12) and John treas. (list 5).
233 Northants; see Earliest Northants Assize Rolls, ed. D. M. Stenton (Northants Rec. Soc. v) pp. xviii-xix. For his career, see DNB s.n. Pateshull.
234 For whom, see Maleczek, Kardinalskolleg pp. 126-33.
235 Presum. related to Fulk de Bréauté, for whom see DNB.
236 For the date of this ch., see list 20 notes.
237 For whom, see Maleczek, Kardinalskolleg pp. 126-33; he was later pope, as Gregory IX.
238 A Gascon, born at Bordeaux (Chron. Maj. V 672).
239 For his career, see DNB
240 Sutton on Trent, Notts.; see Reg. Sutton III pp. xiii-xvi.
241 Temp. John archdcn. of Nottingham (list 12) and John treas. (list 5).
242 Erroneously said in Le Neve-Hardy III 154 to occ. as prec. 1253, when in fact the dignity was occupied by M. Godfrey of Ludham (list 3).
243 For his career, see DNB s.n. William.