Preb. of Llanrhian (Penfro) attached in 14th cent. (2 Fasti XI 64; cf. Valor IV
Issues of manors of Llangadog etc. (Valor IV 380a).
Valuation 1291 £4 13s. 4d. (Taxatio p. 274a).
Occ. as archdcn. of Carmarthen 1115 x 1120s (St Davids Acta no. 17).
Occ. as archdcn. of Carmarthen 19 Dec. 1148 x 8 May 1176 (St Davids Acta
no. 29; cf. ibid. no. 30). Held preb. of Llanrhian (Gir. Cambr. I 309; below, list
44). Prob. to be identified with 'Robert' archdcn. of Carmarthen who appears as
witness to ch. of William de Barri, 19 Dec. 1148 x 10 March 1160 (St Davids
Acta p. 55; see ibid. p. 30, suggesting a mistranscription of Rhydderch).
Can. of St Davids, occ. 1174 x 8 May 1176 (St Davids Acta no. 33) and 1176 x
98 (Episcopal Acts I 299 (D269)). First occ. as O. archdcn., opponent of Gerald of
Wales, subject of papal mandate 23 July 1201 (Letters of Innocent III no. 341). Occ.
as Osbert archdcn. of Carmarthen, making complaint against Gerald, papal mandate
? Jan. x March 1202 (ibid. no. 401). Excomm. by Gerald spring 1202 (Gir. Cambr.
III 211). Opponent of Gerald autumn 1202 (ibid. p. 221) and winter 1202-3 (ibid.
p. 248). Had bp.'s gr. of lands belonging to Gerald's preb. of Mathri, 1204 x 05
(Speculum Duorum pp. xlvi, 246-7) and preb. of Llanrhian against Gerald's claim
(Gir. Cambr. I 309, 326; below, list 44). Occ. as archdcn. of Carmarthen and rector
of Lindridge (Worcs.) June 1206 (Cart. of Worcester Cath. Priory, ed. R. R.
Darlington (Pipe Roll Soc., n.s., xxxviii, 1968) no. 207). Prob. occ. as 'C.' archdcn.
of Carmarthen 1203 x 08 ('Cart. Brecon', ed. R. W. Banks, Arch. Camb. 4th ser.,
xiv (1883) 155-6; (fn. 120) see St Davids Acta p. 30, suggesting mistranscription of 'O.').
An Englishman (Gir. Cambr. III 221), said by Gerald to be son of bp. Geoffrey
(Speculum Duorum pp. 252-3, 262-3; above, list 34). Married a daughter of Peter
abbot of Whitland, and this union produced a daughter (De Invectionibus pp. 125-
6; cf. Heads I 147).
M. Tancard de Roche
Clerk, the legitimacy of his birth conf. 9 Feb. 1231 x March 1247 (St Davids Acta
no. 111). First occ. as archdcn. of Carmarthen 16 Apr. 1247 (CPR 1232-47 p. 500).
Also occ. 26 July 1248 x 11 July 1255 (St Davids Acta no. 124), at synods 10 Oct.
1253 (ibid. no. 122) and 12 Nov. 1259, when appd. one of auditors of chapter accounts
(ibid. no. 131, at pp. 147, 151). Occ. 11 Feb. 1256 x 1260 (ibid. no. 151). Last occ.,
as Master T. archdcn. of Carmarthen, early 1270, before 26 Jan. (ibid. no. 137).
Maredudd ap Gurwared
D. as archdcn. of Carmarthen 1283 (Ann. Camb. pp. 107-8).
M. John of Dalderby
Chanc. of Lincoln by 24 Apr. 1291; bp. of Lincoln, el. 15 Jan. 1300, temps. 18
March, cons. 12 June (1 Fasti III 5, 18, 93). Succeeded Maredudd as archdcn. of
Carmarthen 1283 (Ann. Camb. pp. 107-8). Presum. in possession of archdcn. of
Carnarthen's preb. 1291, and also held a second preb., worth £2 10s. 8d. (Taxatio
William de Moyn
Occ. as archdcn. of Carmarthen 3 and 14 May 1293 (Canterbury Reg. Q fo. 14r-v).
The next identified archdcn. of Carmarthen is Walter Winter, who occ. 21 Apr.
1328 and 28 Jan. 1330 (2 Fasti XI 64). Le Neve/Hardy I 312 has Gilbert de
Mossylwicke occ. 1300 and 1313.