Prebendaries
Corringham

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'Prebendaries: Corringham', Fasti Ecclesiae Anglicanae 1541-1857: volume 9: Lincoln diocese (1999), pp. 55-58. URL: http://british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=35179 Date accessed: 26 July 2014.


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PREBENDARIES OF CORRINGHAM

Preb. valued 3 Sept. 1535 at £38 16s 6d (Valor IV 19).

Thomas Magnus 1522-1549.

Coll. 25 March 1522 (Reg. XXVII f. 2). Instal. 1 Apr. (CA 1520-36 p. 26). Leased out preb. 20 June 1546 for 36 years at £41 8s 10d p.a. (CA 1547-59 pp. 10-11). Res. by 16 March 1549 (ibid. p. 27).

John Taylor D.D. 1549-1552.

Dean of Lincoln.

Pres. 3 March 1549 by George Heneage, archdcn. of Lincoln, patron hac vice by virtue of gr. of next pres. made by Bp. Longland 17 Feb. 1547 to him and John Pope, chancellor (P.D. 1549/1-2; CA 1536-47 p. 129). Instal. by proxy 16 March (CA 1547-59 p. 27). Bp. of Lincoln 1552.

Matthew Parker D.D. 1552-1554.

Dean of Lincoln.

Pres. by king 9 June 1552 (Cal. S.P. Dom. 1547-52 no. 638); issued 21 June (P.D. 1552/12). Instal. by proxy 8 July; in person 6 Oct. (CA 1547-59 pp. 72-3, 78). Depriv. as married 21 May 1554 (fn. 1) (J. Strype, Life of Matthew Parker (Oxford, 1821)165).

Edmund Pierpont B.D. 1554-1557.

Probably pres. by William May, dean of St. Paul's, London, John Mere of Cambridge, gentleman, John Baker of Burlingham, Norf., gentleman, or their assigns, to whom Bp. Taylor gr. next pres. 1 June 1553 (CA 1547-59 p. 84; cf. J. Strype, Life of Matthew Parker (Oxford, 1821) I 65). Instal. in person 9 June 1554 (CA 1547-59 p. 108). D. by 13 Jan. 1557 (Reg. XXVIII f. 108v).

Gawin Hodgson B.D. 1557.

Francis Mallet D.D. 1557-1570.

Dean of Lincoln.

Hodgson pres. by Thomas Watson, dean of Durham and bp.-elect of Lincoln, by gr. of king and queen; instit. 13 Jan. 1557 (Reg. XXVIII f. 108v). However Mallet also pres. by the same; instit. 22 Jan. 1557 by abp. of Canterbury sede vacante (Lamb., Reg. Pole f. 45). Mallet instal. by proxy 28 Jan. (CA 1547-59 pp. 139-40). D. 16 Dec. 1570 (A/3/7 f. 68v; Reg. Parker I 306).

Richard Taylor 1571-1609.

John Aylmer M.A. 1571.

Taylor pres. by Edward Sapcote of London, esquire, patron hac vice by virtue of gr. of next pres. made 1 Jan. 1559 by Bp. Watson to him and Michael Dunning D.C.L.; instit. 3 Feb. 1571 by abp. sede vacante (Reg. Parker I 303; cf. CA 1547- 59 p. 161; Reg. XXVIII f. 147v). Coll. to Aylmer 26 Apr. (Reg. XXIX f. 1). As the chapter delayed his instal., the abp. sent a second mandate for this 2 May (Reg. Parker I 308-9). Meanwhile, Aylmer compounded for first-fruits 3 May (P.R.O., E 334/8 f. 245) and was instal. by proxy 5 May (A/3/7 f. 69). Taylor compounded for first-fruits 2 July (P.R.O., E 334/8 f. 255) and was in possession by Sept. 1572 (Bj/3/6 f. 227v). D. c. 15 Sept. 1609 (P.R.O., PROB 11/114, PCC 96 Dorset).

Henry Clifford B.D. 1609-1628.

Coll. 20 Sept. 1609 (P.R.O., E 331/Lincoln 3). Instal. in person 28 Sept. (A/3/9 f. 85v). D. 17 Feb. x 4 Aug. 1628 (L.C.C. Wills, 1628 ii no. 147; P.R.O., E 331/Lincoln 7).

Edward Simpson D.D. 1628-1651.

Coll. 4 Aug. 1628 (P.R.O., E 331/Lincoln 7). Instal. by proxy 13 Aug. 1628 (A/3/9 f. 167). D. by 9 June 1651 (burial, Eastling, Kent) (Canterbury Cath. Archives, PR Eastling).

Vere Harcourt M.A. 1660-1683.

Pres. by king sede vacante 19 July 1660 (P.R.O., C 66/2918; Dj/25/1/3). Instal. in person 23 Aug. (A/3/9 f. 207v). Pres. again by king 20 March 1662 (P.R.O., C 66/3002; P.D. 1661/57). Instil. 22 March (Reg. XXXII f. 16v). Instal. by proxy 15 Apr. (Dj/25/4 f. 2r-v). D. 4 July 1683 (m.i., Plumtree, Notts.) (J.T. Godfrey, Notes on the Churches of Notts.: Hundred of Rushcliffe (London, 1887) p. 173; A/3/11 f. 98v).

John Curray M.A. 1683-1695.

Coll. 9 July 1683 (Reg. XXXIV f. 74). Instal. in person 17 July (A/3/11 ff. 98v- 99). D. by 21 Nov. 1695 (Reg. XXXV f. 27).

Samuel Harris M.A. 1695.

Coll. 21 Nov. 1695 (Reg. XXXV f. 27). Instal. in person 30 Nov. (A/3/11 f. 185v). Preb. of Ketton 1695.

Anthony Smith M.A. 1696-1719.

Coll. 29 Feb. 1696 (Reg. XXXV f. 28v). Instal. in person 11 March (A/3/11 f. 196). Preb. united and annexed to vicarage of Gainsborough by act of parliament 3 & 4 Anne c. 21 (transcribed into A/3/15 pp. 354-5). D. by 7 July 1719 (Reg. XXXVII p. 84).

George Wade M.A. 1719-1738.

Coll. 7 July 1719 (Reg. XXXVII p. 84). D. by 10 Jan. 1738 (burial, Gainsborough) (PR Gainsborough; Reg. XXXVIII p. 344).

Hugh Owen M.A. 1738-1746.

Coll. 19 Apr. 1738 (Reg. XXXVIII p. 344). D. by 17 Feb. 1746 (burial, Gainsborough) (PR Gainsborough; Reg. XXXVIII p. 464).

Gideon Murray D.D. 1746-1761.

Coll. 27 Feb. 1746 (Reg. XXXVIII p. 464). Instal. in person 3 Nov. (A/3/13 p. 387; A/3/14 f. 76). Res. 14 Oct. 1761 (Reg. XXXVIII p. 587; Res. 238/83), apparently on becoming canon of Durham.

William Murray D.D. 1761-1778.

Coll. 7 Nov. 1761 (Reg. XXXVIII p. 588). D. 18 Dec. 1778 (m.i., Gainsborough) (C. Moor, A History of Gainsborough (Gainsborough, 1904) p. 273; Reg. XXXIX p. 325).

George Bassett LL.B. 1779-1791.

Coll. 8 Jan. 1779 (Reg. XXXIX p. 325). Instal. in person 10 March (A/3/15 pp. 206-7). Res. 3 Dec. 1791 (Reg. XXXIX p. 552).

David Henry Urquhart M.A. 1791-1805.

Coll. 5 Dec. 1791 (Reg. XXXIX p. 552). Instal. in person 9 Aug. 1792 (A/3/16 p. 30). Res. by 27 June 1805 (Reg. XL p. 97).

James Fothergill M.A. 1805-1822.

Coll. 27 June 1805 (Reg. XL p. 97). Instal. in person 24 Aug. (A/3/16 pp. 195- 6). D. 1 Jan. (Lincoln, Rutland and Stamford Mercury, 4 Jan.; Reg. XL p. 323).

George Beckett M.A. 1822-1843.

Coll. 16 Jan. 1822 (Reg. XL p. 323). Instal. in person 16 Feb. (A/3/17 pp. 126- 7). D. 13 Apr. 1843 (Gent. Mag. 1843, new ser. xix 546; Reg. XL p. 491).

Charles Smith Bird M.A. 1843-1859.

Coll. 16 June 1843 (Reg. XL p. 491). Instal. in person 18 Nov. (A/3/17 pp. 403- 4). Res. deed dated 16 Nov. 1859; accepted 17 Nov. (Res. 244/45).

Footnotes

1. See note to Matthew Parker, under Deans of Lincoln.