Archdeacons
Bangor

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B. Jones

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1965

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'Archdeacons: Bangor', Fasti Ecclesiae Anglicanae 1300-1541: volume 11: The Welsh dioceses (Bangor, Llandaff, St Asaph, St Davids) (1965), pp. 8-9. URL: http://british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=32431 Date accessed: 23 October 2014.


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ARCHDEACONS OF BANGOR

William 1328.

Occ. 26 Feb. 1328 (Cant., Reg. Q f. 172). (fn. 1)

Ithel ap Cynwrig 1345.

Occ. 12 March 1345 (Cal. Anct. Correspondence p. 228).

M. Elias 1345.

Occ. 21 Apr. 1345 (Cal. Anct. Correspondence p. 222).

Gervase ap Madog (fn. 2) 1367, 1391.

Occ. 16 Feb. 1367 (fn. 3) (Reg. Langham p. 242). Estate ratif. 24 Sept. 1391 (CPR. 1388- 1392 p. 481).

Robert de Higham 1394, 1396.

Estate ratif. 1 Sept. 1394 (CPR. 1391-1396 p. 494). Gr. royal pardon 26 July 1396 (CPR. 1396-1399 p. 10).

Walter de Swaffham 1398-?

Iorwerth ap Madog ?-1399. (fn. 4)

Iorwerth Affeiriad ?-1399. (fn. 4)

Royal gr. to Swaffham 20 May 1398 (CPR. 1396-1399 p. 347). Iorwerth ap Madog called 'late archdcn. of Bangor' 15 Jan. 1399 (ibid. p. 465). Iorwerth Affeiriad depriv. for plurality before 13 Apr. (CPL. V 239). Papal mand. s.d. to adm. Swaffham if found fit in Latin (ibid.). Estate ratif. 3 Jan. 1400 (CPR. 1399-1401 p. 136).

Thomas ap Rhys 1411, 1417.

John de Carnyn 1411.

Thomas ap Rhys occ. 3 March 1411 (CPL. VI 187). Carnyn occ. 10 Sept. (ibid. p. 251). Thomas ap Rhys retained possession, occ. 10 Sept. 1417 (Reg. Chichele 11 129).

Thomas Banastre ?-1433.

Occ. 22 Sept. 1431 (CPL. VIII 462). Exch. archdcnry with John Heygate for ch. of Great Brickhill, Bucks., 20 Feb. 1433 (Lincoln, Reg. XVII (Gray) ff. 48-48b).

M. John Heygate B.C.L. 1433-?

By exch. Feb. 1433.

Thomas Banastre (again) 1436.

Occ. 20 Apr. 1436 (CPR. 1429-1436 p. 512).

John Parsons 1460, 1468.

Occ. 15 Oct. 1460 (Reg. J. Stanbury, ed. J. H. Parry and A. T. Bannister (Canterbury and York Soc., xxv) p. 57). Occ. 7 Jan. 1468 (ibid. p. 116).

M. Maurice Glynne B.C.L. ?-1525.

Occ. 12 Sept. 1504 (Lamb., Reg. Warham 11 f. 216). D. 15/25 July 1525 (PCC 36 Bodfelde).

Thomas Runcorn (fn. 1) ?-1556.

Occ. 1529 (L. & P. IV iii No. 6047 p. 2701). D. 21 Sept./10 Oct. 1556 (PCC 22 Wrastley; Nat. Libr. Wales, B/BR/2 f. 13).

Footnotes

1 There is no evidence that David was archdcn. 1334 as stated by Le Neve-Hardy.
2 See n. 4 below.
3 There is no evidence that Gervase Fitz-David held the archdcnry 1351 and 1377 as stated by Le Neve-Hardy. He is possibly the same person as Gervase ap Madog since ap and Fitz have the same meaning. Many Welsh names give a genealogy to the bearers and he could have been Gervase ap Madog ap Dafydd and have shortened the name to Gervase (Iorwerth) ap Madog in Wales and to Gervase Fitz-David in England.
4 Iorwerth ap Madog is probably the same person as Gervase ap Madog, archdcn. 1367, 1391, as Gervase is the normal English equivalent for Iorwerth. Iorwerth Affeiriad is possibly the same person also, as 'affeiriad' is the Welsh for priest or parson.
1 An unnamed person, possibly Thomas Runcorn, was collated to the archdcnry 27 July 1525 (Nat. Libr. Wales, B/BR/1 f. 10b). Rowland Thomas was said by Le Neve-Hardy to have been archdcn. of Bangor 1534. No evidence has been found for this and confusion has probably arisen between his name and that of Thomas Runcorn, who appears to have held the archdcnry until his d., 1556.


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