Prebendaries
Sutton-cum-Buckingham

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Joyce M. Horn & David M. Smith

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1999

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'Prebendaries: Sutton-cum-Buckingham', Fasti Ecclesiae Anglicanae 1541-1857: volume 9: Lincoln diocese (1999), pp. 118. URL: http://british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=35214 Date accessed: 26 November 2014.


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PREBENDARIES OF SUTTON-CUM-BUCKINGHAM

Preb. valued 3 Sept. 1535 at £110 3s 6d (Valor IV 238).

Richard Pates B.A. 1528-1542. Archdcn. of Lincoln.

Instal. 22 June 1528 (CA 1520-36 p. 91). Accepted papal provision to bpc. of Worcester 1541; attainted for high treason 27 March 1542 and exiled (L. & P. XVII no. 28 c. 40; CA 1536-47 p. 61).

Richard Cox D.D. 1542-1547.

Compounded for first-fruits 23 May 1542 (P.R.O., E 334/2 f. 103v). Pres. by king; instit. 3 June (Reg. XXVII f. 15v). Instal. by proxy 11 June (CA 1536-47 p. 65). Preb. gr. by king 4 July 1547 to Edward, duke of Somerset (C.P.R. 1547-8 pp. 190-1).

On the attainder and d. of the duke of Somerset 22 Jan. 1552, the preb. passed to the Crown (Lords' Journals I 425) and leases of it were gr. 28 Sept. 1553 and 20 July 1569 (C.P.R. 1553-4 p. 198; C.P.R. 1566-9 no. 2188).

Sir Edward Littleton, solicitor-general, gave his opinion, n.d. c. 1637, that the Crown might present to it (Cal. S.P. Dom. 1637-8 p. 60).

George Heath 1643.

Pres. by king; instit. by bp. 4 Oct. 1643 (Reg. XXXI p. 40). (fn. 1)

Hugh Barcroft D.D. 1660-1667.

Pres. by king sede vacante 16 May 1660 (P.R.O., C 66/2959, 3002; Dj/25/2/1). Instal. by proxy 17 June 1661; in person 19 July 1662 (A/3/9 f. 224). D. by 2 Apr. 1667 (burial, South Hykeham) (PRT South Hykeham; Reg. XXXIII f. 124; A/3/9 f. 267v).

Thomas Stanhope M.A. 1669.

Coll. 25 Nov. 1669 (Reg. XXXIII f. 124). Instal. in person 13 Jan. 1670 (A/3/9 f. 267v).

Footnotes

1. Commission of Bp. Winniffe 28 July 1643 to dean of Chichester, William Stamp and Thomas Yates to receive Heath's subscription to the 39 Articles, as he cannot appear before the bp. for that purpose without great peril to his life (P.D. 1643/42a); Heath subscribed 16 Aug. in the room of Mr. Henry Eccleston in Oriel College, Oxford (P.D. 1643/42b) and apptd. proxies for instal. 17 Aug. (P.D. 1643/45), but was apparently never instal.