Prebendaries
Woodhorn

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Diana E. Greenway

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1996

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'Prebendaries: Woodhorn', Fasti Ecclesiae Anglicanae 1066-1300: volume 5: Chichester (1996), pp. 48-50. URL: http://british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=34333 Date accessed: 24 October 2014.


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Prebendaries

PREBEND

Woodhorn is to be identified with Woodhorn Farm in Oving parish (W. Suss.), rather than Woodhorn Farm in Birdham (PN Suss. I 76, 82): this is clear from record of suit between preb. and chanc. over a bank in Tangmere (next parish to Oving), which was alleged to damage preb.'s free tenement in Woodhorn, assize judges appointed to hear case c. 1 May 1232 (Pat. R. 1225-32 p. 517). See also VCH Suss. IV 166.

Church of Amberley, with chapels of Houghton (fn. 101) and Waltham, added from preb. Aldingbourne 11 June 1229 (Chart. Chichester no. 42; for date see above, Dating; cf. list 10); but transf. to bp. before Aug. 1241 (Chart. Chichester no. 272). (fn. 102)

Arlington (E. Suss.) count of Eu 1086 (DB I 19a). Church of Arlington previously part of chancellery (list 5), with land bought from John Gulafre, assigned to preb. by bp. Ralph de Neville, 11 June 1229 × Aug. 1241 (Chart. Chichester no. 272). Church of St Pancras, Arlington ibid. nos. 261 = 621, 620. 20s. from preb. Arlington given to cathedral by bp. John de Climping (ibid. no. 903/35). See Inq. Non. p. 357a.

Pr.-preb.

Valuation 1291 £20 (called preb. Arlington) (Taxatio p. 137b).

PREBENDARIES

Eustace de Leveland

Archdcn. of Lewes, first occ. 11 July 1204 × 21 Aug. 1207, last occ. 11 June 1229 (list 9); chanc. from soon after 11 June 1229, last occ. 1246/7 (list 5). Preb. Aldingbourne as archdcn., but presum. transf. to this preb. at time of dismemberment of Aldingbourne, 11 June 1229 (Chart. Chichester no. 42; see list 10). Occ. as this preb. c. 1 May 1232 (CPR 1225-32 p. 517) and 11 June 1229 × Aug. 1241 (Chart. Chichester no. 272).

M. Peter of Lidsey (fn. 103)

Occ. as preb. Arlington, so this preb., 1247 × 54 (Chart. Chichester no. 1073; cf. no. 620). Arrangement for his anniversary, undated (ibid. no. 716).

William of Bracklesham

First occ. as canon 26 Feb. 1254 (Oxford, Magdalen Coll., Sele chs. 1, 28; cf. Shoreham ch. 5, of 27 Feb. 1254). Occ. as this preb. 11 Jan. 1254 × Dec. 1256 (Chart. Chichester no. 261 = 621, also 620). Provision for his anniversary, ibid. no. 623. Still canon 27 Aug. 1254 (Magdalen Coll., Southwick ch. 21). Chanc. by 4 Nov. 1256; last occ. 27 Dec. 1271 (list 5). Dean by 1275/6; presum. transf. to preb. Westgate (lists 2, 36).

Giles de Audenard

Royal clerk c. 1270-80; canon and preb. of Lanchester; rector of Charing (Kent), 1278; canon of St Mary in the Castle, Dover, by 1 Feb. 1287/8 (Fasti Dunelmenses (Surtees Soc. cxxxix, 1926) p. 6; Reg. Pecham I 69-70). Occ. as canon of Chichester 28 Sept. 1294 (CPR 1292-1301 p. 92). Died as this preb. before 1 July 1305 (ibid. 1301-7 p. 367; cf. W. Blaauw, 'Letters of Edward, prince of Wales', Suss. Archaeol. Collections ii (1849) 94). 2 Fasti VII 51.

Footnotes

101 For Houghton, see AS Chs. of Selsey nos. 1, 20.
102 Temp. dean M. Thomas of Lichfield, list 2.
103 'Ludesey' is to be identified as Lidsey, in Aldingbourne parish (W. Suss.) (PN Suss. I 63), an early property of the see (AS Chs. of Selsey nos. 1, 2, 20). A man of the same name, presum. a layman, occ. as one of the reeves of Chichester Apr. 1239 (Chart. Chichester no. 507), and without title in 1240s and 1250s (ibid. nos. 378, 436, 503, 602, 634, 832, 845, 847-8), last certain occ. May 1260 (ibid. no. 441).