Canons of Carlisle
First prebend

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Joyce M. Horn, David M. Smith, Patrick Mussett

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'Canons of Carlisle: First prebend', Fasti Ecclesiae Anglicanae 1541-1857: volume 11: Carlisle, Chester, Durham, Manchester, Ripon, and Sodor and Man dioceses (2004), pp. 21-23. URL: http://british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=35838 Date accessed: 20 April 2014. Add to my bookshelf


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CANONS OF CARLISLE

CANONS OF THE 1ST PREBEND

William Florence (fn. 1) 1541–1549.

Apptd. by king in foundation charter 8 May 1541 (L. & P. XVI no. 878 (11, 15)). D. by 20 Aug. 1549 (C.P.R. 1549–51 p. 110).

Hugh Sewell M.A 1549–1585.

Pres. by king 20 Aug. 1549 (C.P.R. 1549–51 p. 110). Subscribed to royal supremacy and the Articles 3 Oct. 1559 (Royal Visitation of 1559 p. 33). D. by 2 July 1585 (DRC. 1/3 p. 137).

Edmund Bunney B.D. 1585–1602.

Coll. 2 July 1585 (DRC. 1/3 p. 137). Res. 15 Oct. 1602 (ibid. p. 223).

Richard Sibson B.D. 1603–1617.

Coll. 18 March 1603 (DRC. 1/3; p. 223). D. 2 Jan. x 27 March 1617 (Carlisle Consistory Court probate records 1617; P.R.O., E 331 CARLISLE/ 10).

Richard Snowden M.A. 1617–1619.

Coll. 2 July 1617 (P.R.O., E 331 CARLISLE/10). Instal. by proxy 20 Aug. (D. & C. 1/4 pp. 451–2, 454). Res. by 3 July 1619 (DRC. 1/3 p. 250).

Lancelot Dawes M.A. 1619–?

Coll. 13 July 1619 (DRC. 1/3 p. 250). Instal. 15 July (D. & C. 1/5 p. 783). D. at latest by 24 July 1660 (P.R.O., C 66/2918, 2934). (fn. 2)

Thomas Smith M.A. 1660–1661.

Pres. by king 24 July 1660 (P.R.O., C 66/2918, 2934). Mand. to install s.d. (D. & C. 1/8 p. 407). Res. 16 March 1661 (DRC. 1/4 p. 19), on becoming canon of Durham.

Thomas Cannon B.D. 1661–1668.

Coll. 27 March 1661 (DRC. 1/4 p. 23). D. 23 March 1668 (m.i., Church Brampton, Northants) (Bridges's Hist. & Ant. Northants, comp. P. Whalley (Oxford, 1791) I 491).

William Sill M.A. 1668–1681.

Coll. 27 March 1668 (DRC. 1/4 p. 450). Instal. 7 Apr. (D. & C. 1/8 pp. 463–4). Res. deed 24 Oct. 1681; accepted 17 Nov. (DRC. 1/4 pp. 647–8), on becoming canon of Westminster.

William Nicolson M.A. 1681–1702.

Coll. 17 Nov. 1681 (DRC. 1/4 p. 648). Instal. s.d. (D. & C. 1/9 ff. 52v–53). Bp. of Carlisle 1702.

John Atkinson M.A. 1702–1733.

Warrant 13 June 1702 for pres. by queen (Cal. S.P. Dom. 1702–3 p. 358); issued 22 June (DRC. 1/6 p. 5). Instit. 9 July (ibid. p. 6). Instal. 14 July (D. & C. 1/9 f. 151r–v). D. by 25 Nov. 1733 (burial, Kirkby Stephen, Westmld.) (Cumbria R.O., Kendal, PR Kirkby Stephen; DRC. 1/6 pp. 816–17).

Edward Birkett M.A. 1733–1768.

Bp's commission to instit. 8 Dec. 1733 (DRC. 1/6 pp. 816–17). Coll. and instit. 13 Dec. (ibid. pp. 818–19, 833). Instal. s.d. (D & C. 1/10 pp. 394–6). D. by 14 March 1768 (burial, Carlisle St. Mary) (PR Carlisle St. Mary; DRC. 1/7 p. 353).

John Waugh M.A. 1768–1777.

Pres. by Robert [Hay Drummond], abp. of York, patron hac vice as his option; instit. 26 March 1768 (DRC. 1/7 p. 353) Instal. 28 March (D. & C. 1/ 11 pp. 161–3). D. 11 Aug. 1777 (London Magazine 1777 p. 486; DRC. 1/8 p. 66).

James Stephen Lushington M.A. 1777–1785.

Coll. 9 Sept. 1777 (DRC. 1/8 p. 66, 69). Instal. 24 Sept. (D. & C. 1/11 pp. 232–5). Res. deed dated 25 Aug. 1785; accepted 19 Sept. (DRC. 1/8 p. 122).

George Henry Law M.A. 1785–1824.

Coll. 19 Sept. 1785 (DRC. 1/8 pp. 123, 125). Instal. s.d. (D. & C. 1/11 pp. 307–9). Bp. of Chester 1812; held preb. until bp. of Bath and Wells 1824.

William Vansittart M.A. 1824–1847.

Pres. by king; instit. 9 Aug. 1824 (DRC. 1/9 p. 8). Instal. s.d. (D. & C. 1/12 ff. 191v–192). D. 22 Nov. 1847 (Gent. Mag. 1848, new ser. xxix 212).

Henry Percy M.A. 1847–1870.

Coll. 9 Dec. 1847 (DRC. 1/9 p. 460). Instal. 10 Dec. (D. & C. 1/13 pp. 204–6). D. 6 Sept. 1870 (Carlisle Journal, 9 Sept., p. 3; DRC. 1/10 p. 678).

Footnotes

1 A former canon of Carlisle priory and 'chief chanter' there (L. & p. XV no. 633).
2 Said to have d. Feb. 1653 and been buried in the chancel of Barton church, Westmld. (B. Nightingale, The Ejected of 1662 in Cumberland and Westmorland: their predecessors and successors (Manchester, 1911) II 1112). No PR now survives for Barton for this period.