Prebendaries
Somerley

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Institute of Historical Research

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Diana E. Greenway

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1996

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'Prebendaries: Somerley', Fasti Ecclesiae Anglicanae 1066-1300: volume 5: Chichester (1996), pp. 40. URL: http://british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=34325 Date accessed: 18 April 2014. Add to my bookshelf


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Prebendaries

PREBEND

Somerley (W. Suss.) earl Roger's manor 1086 (DB I 24b). First reference to preb. ? 1230s, when property included a house outside the south gate of Chichester (Chart. Chichester no. 538) = Rumboldswhyke (ibid. no. 751, early 16th century). Lands also in East Wittering 1535 (Valuation 1535 p. 166). See Inq. Non. p. 356a; VCH Suss. IV 216-17.

Subdcn.-preb.

Valuation 1291 £8 (Taxatio p. 137b).

PREBENDARIES

No canon identified as this preb. in the period 1066-1300.

First identified preb. is John de Leek, who had papal prov. to next vacant preb. 19 Sept. 1343, occ. as this preb. 7 Oct. 1366, resigned by 14 March 1367 (2 Fasti VII 42). Perhaps identical with M. John de Lech, preb. Hova Ecclesia, list 23.