Regesta 257
1367-1368

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W. H. Bliss and J. A. Twemlow (editors)

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1902

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'Regesta 257: 1367-1368', Calendar of Papal Registers Relating to Great Britain and Ireland, Volume 4: 1362-1404 (1902), pp. 66-71. URL: http://british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=96374 Date accessed: 30 July 2014.


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Regesta, Vol. CCLVII.

6 Urban V.

6 Id. Nov.
St. Peter's, Rome.
(f. 10.)
To the doctors, masters, and scholars of the university of Oxford. Grant that anyone lawfully elected to the chancellorship by the doctors and regent masters shall be deemed confirmed and need no other confirmation; the bishop of Lincoln having claimed of custom to confirm such election.
1368.
8 Id. Jan.
St. Peter's, Rome.
(f. 10d.)
To William de Benington of Claypole, rector of Muston, in the diocese of Lincoln. Confirmation of the provision made to him of a benefice in the gift of the prioress and convent of Stikelwalde, under which he obtained the church of Muston, void by the death of John Cotes, the monastery having been described in the letters of provision as Benedictine instead of Cistercian.
1368.
2 Non. Feb.
St. Peter's, Rome.
(f. 12.)
To John, abbot of Walden. Faculty to dispense four of his monks, having completed their twenty-second year, to be ordained priests.
7 Kal. March.
St. Peter's, Rome.
(f. 13.)
Relaxation, during ten years, of a year and forty days of enjoined penance to penitents who on the principal feasts of the year, the feast of the dedication, the octaves of certain of them, and the six days of Whitsun-week, and of a hundred days to those who on the said octaves and on the said six days, visit and give alms for the repair of the church of St. Peter, Tauton, damaged by tempests, in which there is an altar of St. Botolph, where miracles are often wrought.
2 Non. Feb.
St. Peter's, Rome.
(f. 14.)
To John de Bukyngham, B.C.L. canon of York. Indults to have mass celebrated before daybreak, and to have mass and other divine offices celebrated privately in places under an interdict.
4 Non. May.
St. Peter's, Rome.
(f. 15.)
To Adam, bishop of St. Davids. Faculty to reconcile churches and cemeteries by deputy.
11 Kal. May.
St. Peter's, Rome.
(f. 17d.)
To Robert de Denton, priest, of the diocese of London. Indult to have a portable altar.
1367.
4 Kal. Jan.
St. Peter's, Rome.
(f. 26d.)
To John de Karlil, B.C.L. and B.A. clerk, of Carlisle. Confirmation of the papal mandate under which he was to obtain the church of Sta[n]howe, in the diocese of Norwich, as having been so long void by the death of John de Peverel that it had lapsed to the pope, a doubt having arisen whether it was not by the resignation of the said John that it became void.
1368.
Kal. July.
Montefiascone.
(f. 50.)
To the archbishop of Canterbury. Mandate, on petition of king Edward, to dispense, if the facts be as stated, John de Hastinges, earl of Pembroke, and Ann, daughter of Walter de Many (Mauny), knight, damsel, of the dioceses of Canterbury and Cambray, to intermarry, notwithstanding that Ann was related, in the third and fourth degrees of kindred, to the late Margaret, daughter of king Edward, damsel, whom the said earl had married. The said earl and Ann are exhorted, if the dispensation be granted, to give 1000 gold florins towards the repair of the church of the monastery of St. Paul, Rome.
6 Id. June.
Montefiascone.
(f. 57.)
Relaxation, during ten years, of a year and forty days of enjoined penance to penitents who on the principal feasts of the year, the feast of the dedication, the octaves of certain of them, and the six days of Whitsun-week, and of a hundred days to those who on the said octaves and on the said six days, visit the church of the Augustinian monastery of St. John Baptist, Bekenucre in the diocese of London.
Id. July.
Montefiascone.
(ff. 57d. and 60.)
Relaxations (as above, f. 13) to penitents who visit and give alms to the church of the Annunciation, Luleston (Lullingstone), in the diocese of Rochester.
5 Kal. June.
Montefiascone.
(f. 58.)
To the bishop of London. Mandate, on petition of queen Philippa, to rehabilitate John de Clisseby, of the diocese of Lincoln, her secretary, who held the church of Symondesbory in the diocese of Durham, and by virtue of papal letters a canonry of Lincoln, with expectation of a prebend. The said John neglected to exhibit, in accordance with the papal mandate touching the returns of values of benefices held along with benefices held or expected under provision of the pope, the taxation of his church within six months of the date of the said letters; he has been already absolved from the sentence of excommunication thereby incurred, and the fruits received from the church are to be remitted to him.
Ibid.
(ff. 58d. and 59.)
To the same. The like mandate, on petition of queen Philippa, in regard to Ralph de Notyngam, of the diocese of York, who held the church of Glemesford, in the diocese of Norwich, and a canonry of Southwell, with expectation of a prebend.
13 Kal. Sept.
Montefiascone.
(f. 61.)
To John de Arderne, rector of Goe (Gouey), in the diocese of Coutances. Enlargement of a benefice with cure of souls granted to him, in the gift of the archbishop, prior, convent, and chapter of Canterbury, from 25 to 30 marks.
[See. Cal. Pet. i. 526.]
2 Id. Sept.
Montefiascone.
(f. 67.)
To Bernard de Guasconibus, S.T.P. minister of the Friars Minors of Tuscany. Mandate, after due examination in the Roman court by him and four other masters of theology, to grant the degree of S.T.P. at the university of Florence or other university, and the licence to teach, to John Welle of England, a Friar Minor, student of theology at Oxford.
Kal. Sept.
Montefiascone.
(f. 81.)
To Richard de Cheshelm, of the diocese of Moray. Grant in confirmation of the mandate issued to the chancellor of Paris to confirm to him, as king David's clerk, he being also of noble birth, and having studied for four years at Paris in canon law and in other faculties, the reservation of the church of Dumberny, in the diocese of St. Andrews, which was to become void upon Thomas Karkars (Harkars), canon of Glasgow, obtaining papal provision of the treasurership of Moray. The said mandate stated, in accordance with a supplication made on behalf of the said Richard, and in his absence, by certain nobles of Scotland, that he was at the time of the issue thereof king David's clerk, the which he had been before, and now is.
10 Kal. July.
Montefiascone.
(f. 82.)
To Thomas de Tynn, monk of St. Martin's, Battle. Dispensation to him, as the son of a priest, to accept any office or dignity of his order short of that of abbot.
Kal. July.
Montefiascone.
(f. 82d.)
To Roger de Wodenorton, priest, of the diocese of Norwich. Enlargement of the value of a benefice reserved to him in the gift of the bishop of Ely, with or without cure of souls, from 25 and 18 to 60 and 30 marks respectively.
8 Id. July.
Montefiascone.
(f. 84.)
To the bishop of London. Mandate touching the church of Altenburgh, in the diocese of Norwich, in which there are two rectors, one holding two and the other one of three portions. Richard Garland, in the cause between him and Richard de Burton, long standing before divers auditors in the papal palace, concerning two of the three rectorial portions of the said church, was condemned under three sentences in fruits received and costs, which costs were afterwards taxed, and having been ordered by the dean of St. Agricolus, Avignon, charged with the execution of the said sentences, to give up the said portions to Burton, and to make satisfaction concerning the said fruits and costs, did not obey, whereupon the dean issued sentences of excommunication, suspension, and interdict. Burton is since deceased. The bishop is to absolve Garland, under caution and a wholesome penance, on his resigning the said church and making satisfaction for the said fruits and costs.
Ibid.
(f. 85.)
To the same. The like. [A deleted copy.]
8 Kal. May.
St. Peter's, Rome.
(f. 93.)
To Thomas de Hauerbergh, archdeacon of Anglesey (Argligie), in Bangor. Grant in confirmation of the provision made to him by the bishop of the said archdeaconry on its voidance by the death of Howel ap Gronou. He has held the same for two years, and a doubt has arisen whether it was not reserved to the pope.
1367.
18 Kal. Jan.
St. Peter's, Rome.
(f. 101.)
To the abbot of St. Thomas's and the prior of All Saints, Dublin, and the archdeacon of Down. Mandate to carry out the ordinances touching apostates in regard to Laurnence Wyteleye, canon of the Augustinian priory of St. Wulstan, in the diocese of Dublin, bearer of these presents, who, having left his order, desires to be reconciled to it.
1368.
2 Kal. April.
St. Peter's, Rome.
(f. 112d.)
To the abbot of Coggeshale, the prior of St. Botolph's, Colchester, and the archdeacon of Oxford. The like mandate in regard to Ralph de Pelham, Benedictine monk of Colne, in the diocese of London, bearer of these presents.
2 Id. June.
Montefiascone.
(f. 112d.)
To the abbot of Selby, the prior of Drax (Herlham), in the diocese of York, and the archdeacon of Oxford. The like mandate in regard to William de Selleby, Augustinian canon of Hawatemprysse, in priest's orders, bearer of these presents.
6 Id. May.
St. Peter's, Rome.
(f. 112d.)
To the archbishop of York. Mandate, on petition of William, master general of the order of Sempringham, to summon those concerned and make order touching Alesia, daughter of John de Everyngham, of Birkin, Gilbertine nun of Haverholy, who, having left her order, and having refused to obey the master's monition, was excommunicated by him, and then lived incestuously with James de Huthulle, layman of the same diocese, as if they were man and wife. On her refusing to appear before the said master, papal letters were obtained to the dean of Lincoln, who commissioned Geoffrey de Scrop and Raynald de Belvero, canons of the same, to hear the cause. The canons absolved Alesia, under caution, from the sentence of excommunication, upon which the master appealed to the pope.
7 Kal. June.
Montefiascone.
(f. 114d.)
To the bishop of Winchester. Mandate to summon those concerned, and to make order touching the case of Agnes, wife of Robert Marchamet, knight, who, after offspring had by them, put her away, and cohabited with other women, despoiling his wife, who now desires to be put in some safe place out of her husband's power.
2 Kal. Feb.
St. Peter's, Rome.
(f. 117d.)
To the bishop of London. Mandate to summon those concerned, and decide the cause between John de Parre, clerk, of the diocese of Lichfield, present petitioner, and the abbot and convent of Whalley, touching the chapel of St. Michael, Cliderowe, which the said John obtained by papal provision on its voidance by the death of William Burton, rector of the same, and which the abbot and convent assert was appropriated to them, the said cause, partly heard by a papal auditor under a commission from Innocent VI. having remained undecided.
9 Kal. July.
Montefiascone.
(f. 118d.)
To the same. Mandate to summon those concerned and decide the cause between William de Wintriton, canon of Hereford, present petitioner, and the prior of the same, Thomas Joce of Felton, Thomas Burwehil of Thynsil, laymen, and Joan Rousel, touching the right of pasturage in certain meadows within the parish of Schuth (South) Wintington, and belonging to the prebend of Preston, held by the said William.
6 Id. May.
St. Peter's, Rome.
(f. 119.)
To the bishop of Lichfield. Mandate, on petition of abbot Thomas, if the facts are as stated, to compel Richard de Scynosbucy (Seynesbury), monk of St. Werburg's, Chester, to return to the monastery and to the obedience of abbot Thomas. The said Richard, at the apostolic see, when abbot of the said monastery, of his own accord ceded his rule to the said Thomas, to whom papal provision was made thereof, and then, under pretext of having a personal exemption from the apostolic see, refused obedience to abbot Thomas and left the monastery.
4 Kal. June.
Montefiascone.
(f. 119d.)
To the archbishop of Canterbury. Mandate to summon those concerned, and make order touching the case of John Devenish, citizen of London, and Joan Blanch his wife, the said Joan being placed apart in some fitting religious place. After John and Joan had lived together as man and wife, Richard Moriz (or Morys, f. 132), of the diocese of Lincoln, asserting that he had married the said Joan, obtained three sentences in the cause heard before papal auditors, and got a mandate for their execution. It is asserted that these sentences were obtained by false, corrupt, and suborned witnesses; and that Richard was willing to let John and Joan alone if they gave him 100l. and a yearly pension of 5l.
1367.
4 Id. Nov.
St. Peter's, Rome.
(f. 132.)
To the bishop of Lincoln. Mandate to summon those concerned, and to absolve John Deveneysch, and Joan his wife, of the diocese of Lincoln, daughter of John Blanche, from the sen- tences of excommunication incurred by them in the abovenamed cause, in which false and corrupt witnesses and forged documents were produced.
1368.
2 Kal. Feb.
St. Peter's, Rome.
(f. 135d.)
To the official of Tournay. Mandate touching the will of Martin of London and Pardus of Paris, sons of Pardus, jeweller, who bequeathed the greater part of their property, mainly in England, to the poor and to pious places, and appointed as executors, in presence of the official of the archdeacon of London, according to the custom of that city and of the realm of England, Ventura, and Paul Johannis, citizen of Pistoja, both dwelling in London. Ventura, in order to appropriate the inheritance, falsely pretended that Paul was his debtor in the sum of 307l. and caused him to be imprisoned in London until he took oath to renounce his co-executorship. If the facts be as stated, he is to compel Ventura, under threat of excommunication, to release Paul from his oath.