Regesta 7
1205-1207

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'Regesta 7: 1205-1207', Calendar of Papal Registers Relating to Great Britain and Ireland, Volume 1: 1198-1304 (1893), pp. 21-27. URL: http://british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=95999 Date accessed: 25 April 2014. Add to my bookshelf


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Regesta, Vol. VII.

8 Innocent III.

1205.
5 Non. Mar.
Indiction VIII.
St. Peter's.
(f. 2d.)
Confirmation to the prior and monks of Winchester of their possessions, namely, Chiltecumbe and all its tithe, Eston, Wordia, Wensieston, Avinton, the lesser Meones, Drokenesford, Exton, Enton, Halwarestoke, Haveunte, Crundele, Hodigation, Wutton, Henniton, Cilbodinton, Michelemareis, Nhutsilinges, Melebroc, Heton, Stocton, Enedeford, Pateneia, Awelton, Fifhide, Ellendon, Hinneton, Wuluricheston, Westwude, Bludun, Hamm, Husseburn, Wircherche; rents in the city and suburb of Winchester, a fishery at Brenford, Cliva Brandesbiria, the whole tithe of the demesnes of the said church; Portland lands, fiefs, and knight services; customs, liberties in buying and selling granted by royal charters; a yearly pension of 20l. from St. Giles's fair; a yearly pension of 10 marks from the hospital of St. Cross; the churches of Drokeneford, Crundel, Haveunte, Wilehale, St. Faith, St. Giles, St. James, and all Pentecostal oblations for lighting the church; the chapel of Chiltecumbe and churches of Compton and Whitchurch (albo monasterio) for the anniversary of bishop H., the land of Cnoel for the anniversary of king Henry, the land of Childecnoel for that of bishop Godfrey: the church of Elendon for making books; the church of Litleton for receiving religious guests.
[Opp. ed. Migne, ii. 561.]
7 Id. Mar.
St. Peter's.
(f. 2d.)
Mandate to the archbishop of Canterbury and the bishops of Ely and London to induce the king to allow the convent and archdeacon of Winchester to freely elect their bishop; and if the election be not made within forty days, to compel the said monks and archdeacon to make provision to the church of Winchester.
[Opp. ed. Migne, ii. 562.]
4 Kal. Mar.
St. Peter's.
(f. 3.)
Mandate to the bishop of Ely, the abbot of St. Edmunds, and the dean of Chichester to absolve the archbishop of York, on receiving due security, from the sentence of excommunication he has incurred by ordering violence to be used against a priest and other clerks.
[Opp. ed. Migne, ii. 563.]
9 Kal. April.
St. Peter's.
(f. 9d.)
Order to the bishop of Worcester, the abbot of Chichester, and the dean of York, on complaint by the prior and convent of Tinemue, to carry out whatever they may determine on the assignment of the church of Wdehorn to the nephew of J. bishop of Albano, according to the papal mandate issued to the abbot of St. Albans in the cause between the said prior and convent and the bishop of Durham.
[Opp. ed. Migne, ii. 591.]
5 Id. April.
St. Peter's.
(f. 10.)
Mandate to the bishop of Ely, the, archdeacon of Cambridge, and the prior of Barnoel to compel W. to take back his wife, if under a certain age. He having put her away and taken the Cistercian habit in the house of Wardon, she went into a convent, but took no vow. He then returned to the world, and refused to take her back, treating her injuriously.
[Opp. ed. Migne, ii. 593.]
17 Kal. June.
n. p.
(f. 17.)
Mandate to the bishop of Worcester, the abbot of Chichester, and the dean of York, having heard both parties in the cause between the prior and convent of Tinemue and the bishop of Durham about the church of Wdehorn, assigned to the nephew of J. bishop of Albano, to refer the cause to the pope, so that the matter may be brought to an end within a fixed term.
[Opp. ed. Migne, ii. 625.]
16 Kal. June.
n.p.
(f. 19d.)
Confirmation, with exemplification, to Savaric, bishop of Bath and Glastonbury, of the settlement of the church of Glastonbury, made by the judges delegated by the pope, and of the division of possessions on the part of the bishop and that of the monks.
[Opp. ed. Migne, ii. 630.]
6 Kal. June.
n.p.
(f. 24.)
Mandate to the archbishop of Tuam, the bishop of Meath (Migden), and the abbot of Kenan to examine and decide the cause between the canons of St. Mary's Luiuid and H. de Sai, knight, of the diocese of Armagh, touching the land of Balimerlongfortan, formerly given by Okervail king of Eriel, but in the occupation of H. de Sai, by gift of Hugh de Laci, H. de Sai alleging that there is a law, brought in by the English, to the effect that a donation made by an Irishman to a religious house is of no effect when the king has granted the same to an Englishman, although J. cardinal of St. Stephen's has inhibited him from holding the said land.
[Opp. ed. Migne, ii. 639.]
11 Kal. July.
n.p.
(f. 31d.)
Concession to Savaric, bishop of Bath and Glastonbury, to put off his departure for the Holy Land, ordering him to return to his churches and free them from debt.
[Opp. ed. Migne, ii. 668.]
2 Kal. July.
n.p.
(f. 32d.)
Mandate to the convent of Winchester, and to abbots, priors, and all clergy of the diocese, to pay due obedience to the precentor of Lincoln, whose election as bishop the pope has confirmed.
[Opp. ed. Migne, ii. 671.]
Kal. July.
n.p.
(f. 35.)
Mandate to the archbishop of Armagh, the bishop of Down, and the abbot of Ines in that diocese, if H. de Lasci has, as is alleged by J. de Curci, unjustly made war against him, to order him to restore what he has taken.
[Opp. ed. Migne, ii. 681.]
6 Kal. Nov.
Rome.
(f. 46d.)
Mandate to Peter, bishop of Winchester, to correct abuses in the monasteries and churches subject to him.
[Opp. ed. Migne, ii. 722.]
Ibid. Concession to the same to revoke alienations made by his predecessors of property belonging to his episcopal income.
[Opp. ed. Migne, ii. 722.]
Ibid. Mandate to the same to compel archdeacons, deans, and others of his diocese to take orders according to the decree of the Lateran council.
[Opp. ed. Migne, ii. 722.]
Ibid. Mandate to the same to compel those who have obtained parsonages to appoint vicars to serve them in person.
[Opp. ed. Migne, ii. 723.]
Ibid. Mandate to the same to restrain those clerks of his diocese who practise usury or other base gain, adulterers, and those who publicly keep women.
[Opp. ed. Migne, ii. 723.]
Ibid. Mandate to the same to remove the sons of priests who hold churches in immediate succession to their fathers. [Opp. ed. Migne, ii. 724.]
Ibid. Mandate to the same to put a stop to the traffic in church patronage. [Opp. ed. Migne, ii. 724.]
Ibid. Mandate to the bishops of London and Worcester and the dean of Chichester to remedy what has been done to the prejudice of the episcopal dignity since the death of Godfrey, bishop of Winchester. [Opp. ed. Migne, ii. 724.]
11 Kal. Dec.
Rome.
(f. 48d.)
Mandate to the bishops of Rochester and London and the prior of St. Albans to cause the abbot and monks of St. Augustine's, Canterbury, to restore whatever fruits they may have received from the church of Faversham, formerly held by O. de Camera, about which they have been contending with the archdeacon of Canterbury, and to replace the cause as it stood at the time of the appeal. [Opp. ed. Migne, ii. 729.]
8 Kal. Dec.
St. Peter's.
(f. 49d.)
Mandate to the same to compel the archdeacon of Canterbury to restore the altar of the church of Faversham, which he has caused to be destroyed. [Opp. ed. Migne, ii. 733.]
3 Id. Dec.
St. Peter's.
(f. 51.)
Mandate to the abbots of St. Albans and Radinges and the dean of St. Paul's, London, to examine witnesses and report to the pope in the cause between Salomon, Walter, Simon, Roger, and W., monks of Canterbury, who petitioned the pope to confirm the election of [Reginald] sub-prior, as archbishop of Canterbury, and Master Peter de Englesham who, on the part of the suffragans of Canterbury, opposed the petition.
[Opp. ed. Migne, ii. 740.]
2 Id. Dec.
Rome.
(f. 52.)
Mandate to the bishops of London and Ely and the abbot of St. Edmunds to hear witnesses in the cause which William, proctor of the archdeacon of Canterbury, has brought before the pope against the abbot and monks of St. Augustine's, touching the custody of the church of Milton (or Midelton). [Opp. ed. Migne, ii. 743.]
17 Kal. Jan.
St. Peter's.
(f. 53d.)
Mandate to the bishop and dean of Lincoln to give leave to G[eoffrey] son of Peter, justiciar of England, who has taken the cross, but who, on account of the war between England and France, is not permitted by the king and his great men to leave the realm, to remain there for three years in the king's service and the guardianship of his sons, on condition that he pay, as he has promised, a sum of money to the Holy Land subsidy, and build a guest house for the poor. [Opp. ed. Migne, ii. 745.]
10 Kal. Jan.
St. Peter's.
(f. 53.)
Exhortation to the king of England not to allow the abbess and convent of Holy Trinity, Caen, to be brought before the secular courts by earl Alberic, of the diocese of Norwich, who is troubling them about the manors of Osted and Falested, which have belonged to the monastery since its foundation.
[Opp. ed. Migne, ii. 747.]
2 Kal. Jan.
St. Peter's.
(f. 55.)
Mandate to bishops, archdeacons, and deans to make order that Peter's pence, faithfully collected in England, but fraudu lently withheld, be annually audited and sent by Peter, bishop of Winchester, to whom the pope has committed the business.
[Opp. ed. Migne, ii. 754.]
4 Kal. Jan.
Rome.
(f. 55.)
Inhibition to Peter, bishop of Winchester, to issue sentences of excommunication or suspension without first consulting the pope.
[Opp. ed. Migne, ii. 754.]
[1206]
19 Kal. Feb.
n. p.
(f. 56.)
Dispensation to Richard, dean of Salisbury, that, being illegitimate, he may hold not only his present benefices and dignities, but others also to which he shall be promoted.
[Opp. ed. Migne, ii. 759.]
6 Kal. Feb.
n. p.
(f. 61.)
Mandate to the abbot of Bardsley, the prior of St. Sepulchre's, and the dean of Warwick to proceed in the cause between R. rector of St. Aldate's, and Thomas, rector of the chapel of St. John in Gloucester, touching parish rights, which had been committed to the bishop of Worcester and his fellow judges, the said bishop having admitted R. to his household, unless the suit was begun after such admission.
[Opp. ed. Migne, ii. 776.]
7 Kal. Feb.
n. p.
(f. 62.)
Answer to the bishop of Worcester, telling him that priests should not celebrate two masses in one day, except on Christmas day, unless there be necessity. [Opp. ed. Migne, ii. 781.]
15 Kal. Feb.
n. p.
(f. 63d.)
To the abbot and brethren of Evesham, giving sentence in the dispute between them and the bishop of Worcester about their exemptions and liberties, which date from the time of the foundation of the monastery, and have been confirmed by popes Innocent, Alexander, Clement, and Celestine. The vision of St. Egwin, bishop of Worcester, the privilege of Constantine, and the donations of kings Kenred and Offa are quoted. The monastery is to be exempt from episcopal jurisdiction, but under the protection (tutela) of the archbishop of Canterbury; the abbot is to take his place in synod next after the bishop, to whom due reverence and honour is to be shown.
(In margin) Hoc capitulum est extra de privilegiis.
[Opp. ed. Migne, ii. 784.]
3 Non. Feb.
n.p.
(f. 63d.)
Mandate to the bishops of Ely and Rochester, and Master B., canon of London, to examine the privileges of the above kings granted to the monastery of Evesham, in regard to those churches in the valley of Evesham which the bishop of Worcester says belong to him, and to make order according to the facts proved; also as to the pentecostal procession in the town and church of Morton, the reception and procuration of the archdeacon, and payment of Peter's pence in the vale of Evesham, the cognisance of matrimonial causes, and the suspension of the chaplain in the town of Morton, and the interdict of chapels in the town of Evesham, in which matters the bishop is to have his right. [Opp. ed. Migne, ii. 789.]
7 Id. Feb.
n.p.
(f. 64.)
Mandate to the same to bring to an end the cause between the abbot of Evesham and the bishop of Worcester, if the question should turn on the authenticity of the above privileges of kings Kenred and Offa. [Opp. ed. Migne, ii. 789.]
Kal. Feb.
n.p.
(f. 64.)
Exhortation to the bishop of Rochester not to refuse the labour of the bishopric on account of his age.
[Opp. ed. Migne, ii. 790.]
Kal. Feb.
n.p.
(f. 64d.)
Mandate to J. cardinal of St. Mary's in Via Lata, papal legate, to compel the king to desist from molesting R. dean of Salisbury, the archdeacon of Winchester, and other clerks and laymen who offended him in the business of the church of Winchester. [Opp. ed. Migne, ii. 792.]

9 Innocent III.

2 Id. Mar.
St. Peter's.
(f. 75d.)
Indult to the prior and convent of Glastonbury that if the union of the churches of Bath and Glastonbury is to their prejudice, they may prosecute their right before the pope, their monastery being meanwhile governed by a prior.
[Opp. ed. Migne, ii. 827.]
8 Kal. April.
St. Peter's.
(f. 75d.)
Mandate to J. cardinal of St. Mary's in Via Lata, papal legate, to give leave to the prior and convent of Glastonbury to elect an abbot; the bishop being appointed to Bath on the petition of the convents of Bath and Wells.
[Opp. ed. Migne, ii. 828.]
1206.
3 Kal. April.
Lateran.
(f. 76d.)
Mandate to the prior and convent of Canterbury, ordering Abel, John de Hale, Eadhmunde, Joseph, Gilbert the chamberlain, Roger de Tumba, Charles, Honorius, Andrew of the Infirmary, Richard de Bendingeham, and six others to come before the pope by October 1, on the business of the provision to the church of Canterbury, in the cause begun between Salomon, Walter, Simon, Roger, and W. monks of the church, on the election of R. sub-prior, and the suffragans of the see, whose proctor, Master Peter de Englesham, opposed their petition for confirmation of the said election.
[Opp. ed. Migne, ii. 834.]
3 Id. April.
Lateran.
(f. 77d.)
Mandate to the suffragans of Canterbury to send proctors to Rome by October 1, to meet those of the prior and convent, so that no delay or expense may be incurred by either party in the cause. [Opp. ed. Migne, ii. 839.]
3 Id. April.
Lateran.
(f. 78.)
Concurrent letter to the king. [Opp. ed. Migne, ii. 839.]
3 Id. April.
Lateran.
(f. 78.)
Mandate to the bishop of Rochester and the abbot of St. Augustine's to go to the church of Canterbury, and there take evidence, on oath, from the monks who are not coming to Rome, and transmit it to the pope. [Opp. ed. Migne, ii. 839.]
4 Kal. May.
St. Peter's.
(f. 85.)
Mandate to the prior and convent of Durham not to molest R. one of their monks, who has gone to the Cistercians.
[Opp. ed. Migne, ii. 874.]
Id. June.
Ferentino.
(f. 92.)
Mandate to the bishop, dean, and chancellor of London, not to allow E. a woman of Bendeville, who, being under age, entered a convent, but did not take the veil, and, on leaving the nuns, married and had children, to be molested, or suffer in her good fame.
[Opp. ed. Migne, ii. 902.]
3 Kal. Aug.
Ferentino.
(f. 105.)
Answer to brother Augustine canon regular of St. Mary's Norton, baptised Henry, that he may keep the name given to him by the prior on his profession.
[Opp. ed. Migne, ii. 955.]
2 Kal. Nov.
Lateran.
(f. 118.)
Answer to the dean and chapter of Lincoln that when an ordinary election of a person of legitimate birth can be made, an extraordinary postulation of a person of illegitimate birth be not to be made unless there is some eminent utility or necessity. [Opp. ed. Migne, ii. 1011.]
13 Kal. Jan.
St. Peter's.
(f. 127d.)
Release of the prior and convent of Canterbury and their successors from the demands and molestation of the suffragans of the see in regard to the right of electing an archbishop, silence being imposed on the said suffragans. The election is to be made by the prior and convent alone. [Opp. ed. Migne, ii. 1043.]
n.d.
St. Peter's.
(f. 128.)
Notification to the king that the pope has approved the postulation of Stephen de Langueton, cardinal of St. Crisogonus, to the archbishopric of Canterbury. [Opp. ed. Migne, ii. 1044.]
12 Kal. Jan.
St. Peter's.
(f. 129d.)
Notification to the prior and convent of Canterbury that the pope, having put an end to the suit between them and the suffragans, they are to lay aside bitterness and rancour, accepting the postulation which has been made. [Opp. ed. Migne, ii. 1048; Wilkins.]
1207.
3 Non. Jan.
(f. 130d.)
Mandate to the abbot of Evesham and the priors of Wichilicumbe and Evesham not to proceed in the cause touching the church of Filebi, in which E. Bil’, the patron, presented R. [de Brom], clerk, to the diocesan, and J., clerk of the diocese of Norwich, unreasonably opposed the institution, letters having been obtained from the pope in which the truth was suppressed. [Opp. ed. Migne, ii. 1051.]
4 Id. Jan.
St. Peter's.
(f. 135.)
Mandate to the provost and chapter of Harlebeche to admit Master P. de Sancto Venantio to a canonry. [Opp. ed. Migne, ii. 1072.]
7 Id. Feb.
St. Peter's.
(f. 140.)
Mandate to the bishop of Ely to absolve Henry de Wiceton, sub-deacon of the diocese of Lincoln, from his crusader's vow on his making a subvention to the Holy Land subsidy, which is to be paid to the master of the Temple in London. [Opp. ed. Migne, ii. 1085.]