Precentors of Llandaff

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B. Jones

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1965

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'Precentors of Llandaff', Fasti Ecclesiae Anglicanae 1300-1541: volume 11: The Welsh dioceses (Bangor, Llandaff, St Asaph, St Davids) (1965), pp. 25-26. URL: http://british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=32441 Date accessed: 03 September 2014.


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PRECENTORS OF LLANDAFF

John de Hale 1347-?

Royal gr. 30 July 1347 (Black Prince's Reg. 1 91).

M. Philip Ewyas Sch.Cn. & C.L. 1359-1372.

Prov. to precentorship conf. 25 June 1359 (CPP. 1 312, 344). D. before 10 Aug. 1372 (CPL. IV 178).

Thomas de Braundeston 1372-?

Mand. adm. 10 Aug. 1372 if found fit in Latin (CPL. IV 178).

Thomas Orewelle ?-1396.

Res. precentorship 25 March 1396 when archdcn. of Llandaff (CPR. 1391-1396 p. 693).

M. Robert Boleyn 1396-1401.

Royal gr. 25 March 1396 (CPR. 1391-1396 p. 693). Estate ratif. 30 Oct. 1399 (CPR. 1399-1401 p. 25). Exch. precentorship with Adam Bacon for ch. of Achurch, Northants., 1 March 1401 (Lincoln, Reg. XIII (Beaufort) f. 221b/103b).

Adam Bacon 1401-?

By exch. March 1401.

M. Thomas Lavenham or Moriel Lic.Cn.L. ?-1427. (fn. 1)

Res. precentorship before 22 Sept. 1427 (CPL. VII 499).

M. - Hickman 1535.

Occ. 1535 (Valor IV 348).

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1 Lavenham had res. the precentorship by 22 Sept. 1427, and appears to have obtained it about seven years earlier because it is stated that he 'had lately received papal dispensation to hold with the ch. of Biddenham, Beds., one other benefice, for seven years. After which he obtained the precentorship of Llandaff. . . and on resigning it the parish ch. of St Mary Binbrook, Lines.' (CPL. VII 499).