Prebendaries
Ryton

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Joyce M. Horn

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2003

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'Prebendaries: Ryton', Fasti Ecclesiae Anglicanae 1541-1857: volume 10: Coventry and Lichfield diocese (2003), pp. 56-57. URL: http://british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=34761 Date accessed: 02 September 2014.


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PREBENDARIES OF RYTON

Preb. valued 1535 at £6 13s 4d (Valor III 131).

John Scot B.D. 1522-1545.

Instal. 21 June 1522 (D30/2/1/3 f. 133v). D. by 23 Dec. 1545 (B/A/1/14 iv f. 46v).

Henry Hilton 1545-?

Coll. 23 Dec. 1545 (B/A/1/14 iv f. 46v).

Thomas Acworth 1560-?

Pres. by queen 10 Jan. 1560 (C.P.R. 1558-60 p. 267). (fn. 1)

Gilbert Maynold 1568-?

Coll n.d. Jan. 1568 (P.R.O., E 331 COV.../3). (fn. 1)

Nicholas Paston 1605-1622.

Coll. 3 June 1605 (P.R.O., E 331 COV.../9). Instal. 5 June (ibid., E 331 COV.../ 1). D. 2 x 13 March 1622 (burial, Kingswinford, Staffs.) (P.R.O., PROB 11/142, PCC 103 Swann; Staffs. R.O., PR Kingswinford; cf. B/A/1/16 f. 26v).

John Price M.A. 1622-?

Coll. 18 July 1622 (B/A/1/16 f. 26v). Occ. 31 Oct., when compounded for firstfruits (P.R.O., E 334/16 f. 129v). Preb. vac. 29 Sept. 1623 by d. of last (? Price) (ibid. f. 35).

John Jackson M.A. 1623-?

Coll. 29 Sept. 1623 (B/A/1/16 f. 35). D. at latest by 13 Nov. 1660 (P.R.O., C 66/2919).

Francis Bacon B.D. 1660-1682.

Pres. by king sede vacante 13 Nov. 1660 (P.R.O., C 66/2919). Instal. 8 Jan. 1661 (D30/2/1/7 f. 12). D. by 30 March 1682 (burial, Ansley, Warwicks.) (Warwicks. R.O., PR Ansley).

Nathaniel Ellison M.A. 1682-1721.

Coll. 7 June 1682 (P.R.O., E 331 COV.../22). Instal. 8 June (D30/2/1/7 f. 61v). D. 4 May 1721 (m.i., Newcastle upon Tyne, St. Nicholas) (J. Brand, Hist. and Ant. of ... Newcastle upon Tyne (London, 1789) I 309; D30/2/1/7 f. 163v).

John Masson M.A. 1721-1747.

Coll. 17 July 1721 (P.R.O., E 331 COV.../30). Instal. 18 July (D30/2/1/7 f. 163v). D. by 25 Dec. 1747 (burial, Aswardby by Sleaford, Lines.) (Lines. Archives, PR Aswardby by Sleaford; P.R.O., E 331 COV.../35).

Matthew Pilkington LL.B. 1748-1765.

Coll. 25 Jan. 1748 (P.R.O., E 331 COV.../35). D. by 25 Nov. 1765 (P.R.O., PROB 11/913, PCC 425 Rushworth; B/A/1/21 p. 121).

Thomas Roger Duquesne M.A. 1765-1793.

Coll. 9 Dec. 1765 (B/A/1/21 p. 121). Instal. 13 Dec. (D30/2/1/8 f. 51). D. 15 Sept. 1793 (Gent. Mag. 1793, lxiii 870; B/A/1/26 p. 77).

William Brereton M.A. 1794-1812.

Coll. 13 Feb. 1794 (B/A/1/26 pp. 76-7). Instal. 14 Feb. (D30/2/1/8 f. 121v). Held preb. of Pipa Minor also from 1797. D. 5 Jan. 1812 (Gent. Mag. 1812, lxxxii (1)91, 198; B/A/l/28 p. 165).

Prebs. of Pipa Minor and Ryton consolidated, together with a canonical house, to constitute 4th canon residentiaryship, in accordance with 37 Geo. III c. 20 (private Act). For full details of the following holders, see Pipa Minor.

Robert Nares M.A. 1812-1829.

George Hodson M.A. 1829-1833.

Henry Dudley Ryder M.A. 1833-1877.

Footnotes

1. Survey of Cath., followed by Le Neve-Hardy, gives Peter Murrey as adm. 9 Apr. 1566, but no evidence has been found for this.
1. Survey of Cath., followed by Le Neve-Hardy, gives William Chapman as occ. 1570, but no evidence has been found for this.