Register of Bishop Thomas Charlton

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REGISTRUM THOME DE CHARLTON,
EPISCOPI HEREFORDENSIS,
A.D. MCCCXXVII-MCCCXLIV.

EDITED BY
WILLIAM W. CAPES, M.A.,
Canon of Hereford,
Honorary Fellow of Queen's College and sometime Reader in Ancient History in the University of Oxford.

London:
ISSUED FOR THE CANTERBURY AND YORK SOCIETY,
AT 124, CHANCERY LANE.
MDCCCCXIII.

NOTE.

The Editor has to thank the Rev. R. G. Griffiths for transcribing the Ordination Lists of this Register. Those transcripts have, however, been abridged by the omission of customary forms which were repeated in each entry.

Page 40, line 8, for "scripta" read " scriptis".
" 93, " 17, for "1327" read "1328".
" 96, " 24, for "1327" read "1328".
" 107, " 34, for "1329" read "1330".
" 112, " 2, for "Ewas" read "Ewias".
" 116, " 17, for "1330" read "1331".
" 121, " 4, for "Edsham" read " Eynesham".
" 169, " 20, for "abb." read "pr.".

INTRODUCTION.

Thomas Charlton (Cherletone, Charlton) came of a family which had been long settled in Wrockwardine in Shropshire, in one of the districts of which, known by the same name, they held lands under the abbot and convent of Shrewsbury. [1] His elder brother, John, married Hawysia, daughter and heiress of Owen de la Pole, and did homage in 1311 for the barony of La Pole and lands appurtenant, [2] and was recognised as lord of Powys. Of the early life of Thomas nothing more is known than that he became doctor of civil law, and passed into the service of the Crown, being for many years confidential clerk and finally privy seal to Edward II. Many of the grants of protection and license as well as claims for payments due to the Crown, in the years from 1316 to 1319 especially, are entered in the Patent and Close Rolls as "on the information of Master Thomas de Cherleton." His merits seem to have been fully recognised by the king, though his royal favour was not shewn commonly to men of solid worth, and the official services were repaid, according to the custom of the age, by ample gifts of ecclesiastical preferment. This is illustrated by a papal grant to him in 1320 of the reservation of the next void benefice in the diocese of Salisbury, "notwithstanding that he has canonries and prebends of York, Salisbury, Lichfield, and London, and is also rector of Downton." The license omits to mention that he was archdeacon of Northumberland (since 1309) and also of Wells, and that the benefice of Downton was given as late as 1318. [4] The Patent Rolls give evidence of further benefactions. The prebend of Canon Walton in the free chapel of Bridgnorth was given him on October 13, 1307. In 1309 he had the grant of the free chapel in the king's castle of Shrewsbury. On February 12, 1316, he was presented to the church of Stretton in Strettonsdale. On April 7, 1317, he was named for the prebend of Church Withington, and in the May following


[1] Eyton, Shropshire, ix. 19.
[2] Close Rolls, Aug. 8.
[3] Papal Regesta, p. 200.
[4] Sandale's Reg., p. 278.

ii Introduction.

he had the grant of the deanery of Stafford. He held also in 1316 the Ratford portion of Pontesbury, which was in the gift of his own brother, who had acquired the manor of Pontesbury in exchange for certain lands in Talgarth in regard to his good services to the Crown. [1]

But such substantial emoluments were not enough to satisfy the gratitude or personal esteem of Edward. He was anxious to raise him in 1316 to the vacant see of Durham, but the stronger will of Queen Isabella prevailed in favour of her kinsman, Louis de Beaumont. In the year following the king exerted himself with more energy in his behalf. Not only did he write to the dean and chapter of Hereford recommending his privy seal for election as their bishop, but he had letters sent to the same effect to the dean and to eighteen canons individually. [2] He knew, however, that the power of the papal court was likely to prevail over that of the dean and chapter most concerned. He wrote, therefore, to Pope XXII, to whom a year before he had addressed a weighty testimonial in Charlton's favour, dwelling on his high character and learning, and his unsparing energy of loyal service; now he urges that his family influence and high connections in the border lands would secure him special usefulness at Hereford in dealing with the restless Welshmen, and in further communications to the cardinals he dwells in more detail on the same topics. These arguments were disregarded, and the see fell to Orleton, against whom he had specially protested, while Thomas Charlton did not even get Church Withington, to which he had been appointed, [4] and was never canon of Hereford. [5]

In 1320 he had protection from January to Michaelmas for crossing the sea in the king's service, and Edward wrote to urge him, whole he was at the papal court, to do his best to secure the see of Lincoln for Henry Burghersh. [6]

It has been said that he probably followed his brother in deserting Edward for Mortimer, but for this assumption there is no evidence whatever, unless it be that there are so few traces after 1319 of his official action in the interests of the Crown. We only know that be was in the king's service in Scotland


[1] Eyton, vii, 140. Jones, Feudal Barons of Powys. p. 18.
[2] Close Rolls, May 9, 1317.
[3] Rymer, p. 321.
[4] Orleton Reg., 51.
[5] The T. de C. in Orleton Reg, p. 279, probably stood for Thomas de Chandos.
[6] Rymer, Jan. 15.

Introduction. iii

shortly afterwards, and that by some oversight the letters of protection secured for him did not mention him as dean of Stafford, and were therefore disallowed by the justices at York in a plea for certain lands belonging to the deanery, as is described at length in the Close Rolls. [1] This benefice he had perhaps in consequence resigned. [2]

For the period that immediately followed we know little of his life beyond the fact that he was engaged in a lawsuit for eight years with Henry de Cliff as to claims to Blebury, in the diocese of Sarum, and that after formal appeal this was decided against him at the papal court, three definitive sentences being pronounced against him. [3]

He was at Avignon in 1327, when Orleton was transferred to Worcester, and then he gained Hereford by provision of Pope John XXII, [4] being consecrated at Avignon by the bishop of Palestrina, Oct. 18. [5]

He lost no time apparently in returning to England and securing the mandate for the restoration of the temporalities of his see. [6] The king indeed recovered against him the prebend of Wellington, to which the Crown had right during the vacancy, [7] but his register shows that he ordained in person on March 28, and twice later in the year.

On May 28 he was appointed treasurer of the exchequer. [8] On August 16 the king begged the Pope to instruct the bishops of Hereford and Worcester to advise the bishop of S. David's as to his dealings with the Welsh. [9] He was afterwards commissioned to open Parliament in 1329 with his former rival, Henry de Cliff, [10] being also one of the three ambassadors sent shortly afterwards to arrange the conditions of the homage due for Guienne to the king of France; protection for which was granted April 14, 1329.

His ministerial duties as treasurer did not distract his attention from his diocese. On Feb. 10 a commission of oyer and terminer was issued to John de Stonore and others on his complaint of many trespassers who had hunted in his parks of Sugwas and


[1] Close Rolls, Jan. 24, 1319.
[2] Patent Rolls, Nov. 27, 1318.
[3] Rymer, 751.
[4] Murimuth, p. 58, Rolls S.
[5] Papal Reg., p. 264.
[6] Patent Rolls, Dec. 21, 1327.
[7] Patent Rolls, Jan. 30, 1328.
[8] Patent Rolls.
[9] Rymer. p. 748.
[10] Patent Rolls, Feb. 7.

iv introduction.

Ross and carried away his deer [1] - abuses which frequently recurred at other times during the voidance of the see. On Sept. 16, 1329, he was ordered to deliver up the keys and rolls of his office to Robert de Wodehouse, [2] and after ordaining, by commission from the bishop of Rochester, at Lesnes, he was able in 1330 to eonduct the ordinations at home in Bosbury and Ross, and afterwards in his own cathedral.

For some years he seems to have been left, undisturbed by royal mandates, to attend to the business of his diocese, but in July, 1335, he received the letter of the king, [3] who while " occupied himself with the grave dangers of the Scotch war, requested the bishop to do his best to secure the loyalty of the Welsh people in the border lands, and to restrain by spiritual or other censures, all disturbers of the peace." This was followed soon afterwards by a further request to the bishop to take means in concert with the leading men among the laity to meet the danger of a threatened rising of the Welsh. [4]

But in 1337 came a much more important summons which involved long absence from his diocese and suspension of much of his episcopal control. He was appointed chancellor of Ireland to accompany his elder brother John, who was made justiciary and, in effect, viceroy, and on Aug. 12 protection was granted him to leave England, as also in September to Giles de Stamford to go with him. [5]

The selection of the two Charltons, the lord of Powys and the bishop of Hereford, together with John ap Rees, and the despatch of a body of 200 armed Welshmen with them, implied apparently the intention of the Government to apply to the districts of Ireland the methods of control which had been found useful in the border lands of Wales. They appear, however, to have been unsuccessful at the first, for after a few months John Charlton the justiciary was, as we read, at the instigation of his brother, deposed from office and sent home with his family, while Thomas was made viceroy in his place as custos Hibernie at a salary of 500, [6] being called in the Patent Rolls chancellor, justiciary, and keeper of the land of Ireland. For the dismissal of the brother, whether due to incompetency or disloyalty, no


[1] Patent Rolls.
[2] Patent Rolls.
[3] Reg. p. 59.
[4] Patent Rolls, Aug. 21, 1337.
[5] Patent Rolls.
[6] Annals of Ireland II. 381; Rymer, May 15, 1338.

Introduction. v

reasons are assigned in any contemporary records, but certainly a want of steadfastness had been shewn in his earlier career.

If the experienced soldier who had served in Gascony and Scotland had failed in military vigour, much more seems to have been required of the old civil servant and ecclesiastic. He was to victual, repair, and garrison the royal castles, to dismiss the officers whom he thought incompetent, to seize all the lands and strongholds which were not properly fortified by their owners, and rigorously to exclude all Irishmen from employment under the Crown. [1] The bishop acted, it was said, with much promptitude and vigour, arresting mutinous nobles, leading himself military expeditions, and spending freely of his private means. He seized in Carlow the largest prey of cattle ever known to have been taken from the natives of that district. The king himself wrote highly of his conduct and formally recognised his obligations giving instructions for the payment of the debts incurred. [2]

But his office as regent was brought to a close in April, 1340, [3] whether by his own desire or not we are not told, and he returned to his diocese, which had been ruled by a vicar-general during his absence, no ordinations having been held in it from June, 1337, to the end of 1340. With his return to England his political career was practically closed.

He acted in his last ordination service in September, 1343, and his death followed Jan. 11, 1344, when his remains were interred in the north transept of his cathedral.

If, after these notices of his public career as civil servant and statesman, we turn to the contents of his episcopal register, of which the earlier pages have been defaced, we shall find but meagre indications of any characteristics of personal thought or action. He had no litigious tendencies like those of Cantilupe, constrained to defend the interests of his see against high-handed aggressions of great nobles or pettifogging suitors in the papal courts, and, severe moralist as he was, tempted to bribe even cardinals and popes. He did not minister, like Swinfield, to historical and antiquarian research, by having ancient documents transcribed when they were to be found in the muniment chests of convents and of churches. He left the monasteries apparently undisturbed, though the records of formal visitations both before and


[1] Gilbert, Viceroys in Ireland, p. 187.
[2] Rymer, 1087, July, 1339.
[3] Annals, p. 382.

vi Introduction.

afterwards shew clearly that tbere was need of inquiry and resolute control. The impatience of ecclesiastical abuses and the movements of lay revolt had not yet found an echo in his consistory courts, as they were to do presently in the days of Trevenant, and to fill his register with exciting pages. He was content to leave his clerks to make purely formal entries of official business transacted and of all ministerial changes without note or comment. There was no neglect apparently of the customary visitations of the parishes, for reference is made to the procurations that were due, and indeed with more than usual insistance on tbe pecuniary details and threats of excommunication in default of payment; [1] but the communications with the clergy at such times are not reported, and may have only been made by word of mouth.

The ordinations were systematically conducted by him, even in the first year of his episcopate, and scarcely ever are deferred for any considerable time until the period of his government of Ireland, during which they cease entirely, dimissory letters being probably issued by his vicar-general to one or other of the neighbouring bishops. Some doubt indeed is possible as to an earlier period when the bishop's name is omitted in the opening titles of the ordination lists from 1328 to 1332, contrary to the usual custom, but no entry of any bishop in partibus takes its place, as was the rule elsewhere, and the ceremony was performed in the chapels of manor houses or the parish churches near them, to which stranhge prelates would not be naturally taken in the absence of the diocesan.

Though the bishop owed his preferment to a pope he was not a fervent papalist. He had seen perhaps too much at Avignon to respect the intrigues of its court or the disposal of its funds. He sent indeed his proctor to represent him at his triennial visit; but the pope's chamberlain notes significantly that no offering or promise accompanied the visit. [2]

He continued without reserve the usage of his predecessors in allowing religious houses to appropriate, with due sanctions, the rectorial funds of churches in their patronage, grave as were the objections to the practice. Thus Dorstone passed into the hands of the prior and convent of Clifford. For the transference


[1] Pp. 20, 24, 29, 30.
[2] P. 46.
[3] P. 8.

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in the case of Newnham to S. Bartholomew's of Gloucester there was more excuse, as the hospital could at least plead pressing claims in the interests of charity and pity. [1]

One such case of appropriation to interests outside the parish that was impoverished endeared perhaps the memory of the bishop to many generations in the Close of Hereford. It provided in the year 1330 that the revenues of Lugwardine, which, with its dependent chapelries of Llangarron, S. Weonard, and Hentland, had lately passed under the control of the dean and chapter, by the gift of Johanna de Bohun, should thenceforth, after due provision for the maintenance of a vicar, he used for a large increase of the cathedral staff which was required for a statelier celebration of the ordinary services of the Church, as well as for the special commemoration of the benefactors to whom the transference of the benefice was due. The fabric fund of the cathedral was to benefit by any surplus which might exist from time to time. As in other cases of appropriation an elaborate ordinanee was framed, [2] which became for after times the title deed of the vicar's official income.

There is one point of interest in the contents of the register which may be noted. It is the first in Hereford which illustrates in much detail the troublesome obligation of a mediaeval bishop to provide through his officials for the pecuniary claims upon the clergy of the Crown and of the sentences of its courts of law. When Convocation made grants to the king of a tenth, [3] or when popes consented to the payment to him of a moiety of the first fruits, [4] or Parliament voted a ninth of agricultural produce and a fifteenth of moveable property, [5] or courts of law sentenced any of the clergy to repayment of debts, [6] the dues could only he recovered by processes of distraint upon ecclesiastical property through the sanction of episcopal authority. Writs were constantly issuing from the courts, often with imperfect data or concerning persons beyond the jurisdiction of the bishop; inquiries had to be made; distraints executed; sales to be conducted; money remitted as purchasers were found; explanations of the causes of delay - involving often much friction and expenditure of time and trouble. A large part of the present register consisted of such details, in which no religious interests were concerned.


[1] P. 71.
[2] P. 16.
[3] P. 46.
[4] P. 56.
[5] P. 62.
[6] P. 43. &c.

Episcopi Herefordensis. 1

Registrum Thome de Charlton. Episcopi Herefordensis, A.D. 1327-1344.

The bishop's oath of fidelity to the Church of Hereford. [1]

Fol. 25. Ego Thomas, episcopus Herefordensis, ab hac hora in antea fidelis ero huic, sacrosancte Herefordensi ecclesie, necnon jura, libertates, privilegia, et consuetudines ejusdem pro viribus observabo, et ea manutenebo et defendam pro posse meo; sic Deus me adjuvet et hec sancta Dei Evangelia.

The bishop's oath of canonical obedience to the archbishop of Canterbury. [1]

In Dei nomine, Amen. Ego Thomas, Herefordensis episcopus, tibi Simoni, sancte Cantuariensis ecclesie archiepiscopo, tocius Anglie primati, et successoribus tuis in dicta ecclesia Cantuariensi canonice substituendis debitam canonicam obedienciam, reverenciam, et subjeccionem me per omnia exhibiturum profiteor et promitto secundum decreta Romanorum pontificum tuorumque jurium; et predicte Cantuariensi ecclesie adjutor ero ad defendendum et retinendum; sic Deus me adjuvet et sancta Dei Evangelia; et predicta omnia scribendo manu propria confirmo.

A.D. 1328. Oct. 8.- Formal union by the bishop, with the consent of the chapter, of two canonical houses in Cabache lane, which had remained uninhabited as being too small and unsuitable for residences, while others were falling into ruin from lack of canons in residence. [2]

Fol. 25b. Thomas, etc., ad perpetuam rei memoriam. Ad sofficitudinem pertinet nostri officii pastoralis nostre civitatis et diocesis loca ecclesiastica et ipsis adherencia collapsa erigere, exilia simul unire, cum non suppetant ad ea que ab inicio sustinenda fuerint, dilapidata conjuncto consilio et deliberacione provida nostri capituli ordinare ne de malo in pejus in nostrum periculum et ecclesie


[1] The above entries are not dated or witnessed, and were inserted out of the proper order in a later part of the register.
[2] This entry was inserted among others of a later date.

2 Registrum Thome de Charlton.

A.D. 1326. scandalum delabantur. Olim siquidem a multis retro temporibus due aree mesuagiorum seu duo mesuagia que separate mansiones olim extiterant canonicales nostre ecclesie Herefordensis in quodam vico boreali ab eadem ecclesia, que vulgariter nuncupatur Cabachelone, quas olim inhabitarunt magistri Thomas de sancto Omero et Robertus de Iclesham, quondam canonici Herefordenses, sic arta, sic stricta extiterant quod neutra earum pro canonico ejusdem ecclesie, scilicet sibi, sue familie, ac sustinendis suis necessariis sufficiebat hactenus ad habitandum. Cujus pretextu jamdiu nullus canonicus dicte ecclesie ipsam sustinere voluit aut habere, cum nonnulle alie mansiones canonicales ejusdem ecclesie propter raritatem residencium canonicorum ruinis patentibus deformentur, licet plus ceteris dicte aree seu mansiones impresenciarum multipliciter deformentur. Hinc super hiis cum nostro capitulo Herefordensi prehabite diligenti tractatu, consilio deliberato, easdem duas areas mansiones canonicales et mesuagia, que dictus Thomas de St Omero of Robertus ut premittitur inhabitarunt, de consensu expresso majoris et sanioris [partis] dicti nostri capituli presentibus decernimus ex causis predictis imperpetuum unienda, eaque in vicem unius perpetuo incorporamus. In cujus rei, etc. Datum in dicto nostro capitulo Herefordensi, viij idus Octobris, anno Domini millesimo CCCxxviij et nostre consecracionis anno primo, presentibus dominis Stephan de Ledebury [decano]; Ricardo de Haverynge, cantore; Thoma de Chaundos, archidiacono; Thoma de Orletone, cancellario; Thoma de Pennebrugge, thesaurario; Willelmo de Wyk, penitenciario; Henrico de Shorne, Jacobo de Henle, Ada Carbonel, Ricardo Vernoun, Ada Murimouth, Waltero Careless, Johanne de la Felde, Thoma Thalebot, Johanne de Orletone, Ricardo de Breyntone, Willelmo de Fownehope, canonicis ecclesie Herefordensis, capitulum facientibus et constituentibus in eadem. Et nos Stephanus, decanus, canonici, et capitulum supradictum predicte unioni perpetue ex causis predictis pro nobis et nostris successoribus consentimus, et sigillum nostrum commune presentimus decernimus apponendum in testimonium premissorum.

A.D. 1330. Sept. 19.- Appointment of Richard de Sidenhale, rector of Whitbourne, to be the bishop's commissary general. [1]

Fol 4. Thomas, permissione divina Herefordensis episcopus, dilecto in Christo filio, magistro Ricardo de Sidenhale, rectori de Whitebourne,


[1] Eight and a half pages of the register have been lost before this entry.

Episcopi Herefordensis. 3

A.D. 1330. nostre diocesis, salutem, etc. Ad audiendum et fine debito terminandum quascumque causas seu quecumque negocia inter quascumque partes in quibuscumque consistoriis nostre diocesis cum emergentibus et dependentibus ubilibet celebranda seu eciam ventilanda, necnon ad inquirendum, corrigendum, et legitime puniendum quoscumque subditorum nostrorum excessus, ac eciam, nobis extra diocesim existentibus, ad rescribendum ad quascumque presentaciones quarumcumque personarum ad quecumque beneficia, cum cura vel sine cura animarum, in nostra diocesi vacancia, seu eciam vacatura, et ad inquirendum super vacacione hujusmodi beneficiorum et aliis articulis in hac parte debitis et consuetis, nosque certificandum, prout in talibus dinoscitur esse moris, vobis de cujus industria et fidelitate confidimus committimus vices nostras cum cohercionis canonice et exequendi quod in premissis et ea contingentibus decreveritis plenaria potestate. Datum apud Bosebury, xix die mensis Septembris, anno Domini millesimo CCCxxx et consecracionis nostre tercio.

Sept. 20.- The bishop, deputed to provide Roger fitz-William, of Mansel Gamage, a poor clerk, with a benefice in the gift of the abbot and convent of St. Peter's, Gloucester, commissions the dean and chancellor of the cathedral to act for him in the matter.

Thomas, etc., executor unicus ad providendum Rogero, nato Wilhelmi de Malmeshulle Gammage, pauperi clerico nostre diocesis, de beneficio ecclesiastico cum cura vel sine cura [animarum] spectante conjunctim vel divisim ad collacionem vel presentacionem religiosorum virorum, abbatis et conventus monasterii sancti Petri, Gloucestrie, ordinis sancti Benedicti, Wigorniensis diocesis, si quod in civitate vel diocesi nostra Herefordensi vacat ad presens, vel quamprimum ad id obtulerit se facultas, a sede apostolica deputatus, discretis viris, decano et cancellario ecclesie nostre cathedralis Herefordensis, salutem, etc. Quia execucioni presentis negocii personaliter interesse non valemus, variis nostris et ecclesie nostre negociis prepediti, ad cognoscendum et procedendum in negocio memorato juxta vim, formam, et effectum mandati apostolici, nobis in hac parte directi, vobis et utrique vestrum conjunctim et divisim vices nostras committimus cum cohercionis canonice potestate, donec eas ad nos duxerimus revocandas. In cujus rei testimonium sigillum nostrum presentibus est appensum.

4 Registrum Thome de Charlton.

A.D. 1330. Datum apud Bosebury, xx die Septembris, anno Domini millesimo CCCxxx, etc.

Sept. 22.- A like commission in behalf of Richard of Pembridge.

Apud Prestebury, xxii mensis Septembris, anno predicto, emanarunt consimiles litere directe decano Herefordensi et magistro Henrico de Schorne, canonico Herefordensi, pro Ricardo, nato Ricardi dicti clerici de Penebrugge, Herefordensis diocesis, pauperi presbytero, de beneficio ecclesiastico spectante ad collacionem vel presentacionem religiosorum virorum, prioris et conventus de Lantonhia, Menevensis diocesis, si quod in civitate, etc.

Nov. 1.- Mandate to Thomas de Chaundos, archdeacon of Hereford, to hold a formal inquiry as to the reported vacancy of the church of Hope Mansel, and to institute and induct to it Philip de Ullingewyke, on the presentation of the prior and convent of Monmouth, if the result of the inquiry should be satisfactory.

Thomas, etc., dilecto, etc., magistro Thome de Chaundos, archidiacono Herefordensi, salutem, etc. Presentarunt nobis religiosi viri, frater Radulphus, prior monasterii beate Marie de Monemuta, et ejusdem loci conventus magistrum Philippum de Ullingewyke, clericum, ad ecclesiam de Hopemaloisel, nostre diocesis, vacantem et ad suam presentacionem spectantem, ut dicitur. Quocirca vobis committimus et mandamus quatinus an ipsa ecclesia vacet, etc., in forma consueta usque ad illa verba diligentem faciatis inquisicionem. Volentes ad hoc eundem magistrum Philippum quadam prerogativa gracie prosequi specialis, ut negocium suum hujusmodi cicius et facilius sorciatur effectum, ad admittendum eundem ad ecclesiam de Hopemaloisel supradictam, ut predicitur, vacantem, ipsumque instituendum in eadem ac eciam inducendum in corporalem possessionem ejusdem cum omnibus juribus et pertinenciis suis universis, si inquisicio super vacacione ecclesie antedicte pro presentantibus faciat et presentato, et aliud canonicum non obsistat, ac eciam omnia alia et singula facienda que hujus presentacionis, inquisicionis, institucionis, et induccionis negocium exigit juxta jura, vobis vices nostras committimus, etc. Rescribentes nobis oportuno tempore quid feceritis in premissis. Datum apud Prestebury, primo die mensis Novembris, anno Domini millesimo CCCxxx, etc.

Episcopi Herefordensis. 5

A.D. 1330. Dec. 6.- Commission to the dean, sub-dean, and William de Fownehope, canon, to take the usual steps in regard to the purgation of John de Hereford, canon of Llanthony, who had been convicted of theft before a civil court and then lodged in the bishop's prison.

Thomas, etc., venerabili viro, domino decano ecclesie nostre cathedralis Herefordensis, ipsiusque subdecano, me discreto viro, magistro Willelmo de Fownehope, ejusdem ecclesie nostre canonico, salutem, etc. De vestris fidelitate et industria plenam in Domino fiduciam obtinentes ad recipienciam purgacionem religiosi viri, fratris Johannis de Herefordia, canonici regularis professi prioratus de Lantonia, ordinis sancti Augustini, Menevensis diocesis, nuper super furti crimine per judicium seculare, ut asseritur, convicti coram Thoma de Amondesham, seneschallo domini comitis Herefordensis, in curia sua apud Huntedone, nostre diocesis, et ea occasione nostre carcerali custodie apud Herefordiam mancipati, facta purgacionis publica proclamacione, ut est moris, necnon ad omnia alia et singula, facienda que circa recepcionem purgacionis hujus necessaria vel oportuna, et ordine juris qui in hac parte requiritur in omnibus observato, vobis vices nostras committimus, etc.; quod si non omnes premissis intendere commode valeatis duo saltem vestrum ad finis debiti imposicionem hujusmodi negocii legitime tunc procedant, rescribentes nobis per literas vestras patentes harum seriem continentes quod in premissis feceritis cum per partem predicti canonici fueritis congrue requisiti. Datum Londoniis, vi die mensis Decembris, anno Domini CCCxxx, etc.

A.D. 1331. Jan. 5.- Commission to Richard de Vernoun, canon of the cathedral, to institute a fitting person to the vicarage of Diddlebury, the oath of obedience being reserved for the bishop.

Fol. 1b. Thomas, etc., dilecto etc., magistro Ricardo de Vernoun, canonico ecclesie, etc., salutem, etc. Ad admittendum in forma juris personam idoneam ad perpetuam vicariam ecclesie de Dudelbury, etc., vices nostras committimus, etc., juramento obediencie canonice nobis in hac parte de jure prestando per eundem nobis specialiter reservato. Rescribentes, etc. Datum apud Prestebury, quinto die mensis Januarii, anno Domini millesimo CCCxxx, etc.

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A D 1331. Feb. 8.- Commission to the dean and William de Fownehope, canon, to act in the bishop's stead in providing Roger de Dene, a poor clerk, with a benefice in the gift of the abbot and convent of Lyre.

Sub data apud Prestebury, octavo die mensis Februarii, anno Domini predicto, dominus commisit literatorie vices suas domino decano et magistro Willelmo de Fownehope, canonico, etc., in negocio provisionis seu gracie facto per sedem apostolicam Rogero de Dene, pauperi clerico, Herefordensis diocesis, de beneficio ecclesiastico, etc., ad presentacionem abbatis et conventus de Lira, ordinis sancti Benedicti, Ebroicensis diocesis, si quod in civitate, etc.

A.D. 1330. Dec. 5.- Commission to the dean, the archdeacon, and John de Ewe, canon, to provide John fitz-John Grunius de ponte, a poor clerk, with a benefice in the gift of the priory of MonMouth.

Londoniis, quinto die mensis Decembris, commisit dominus vices suas literatorie dominis decano et archidiacono ac magistro Johanni de Ewe, canonico, etc., in consimili negocio provisionis facte Johanni, nato Johannis Grunii de ponte, pauperi clerico, Herefordensis diocesis, de beneficio, etc., prioris prioratus de Monemuta, etc.

A.D. 1331. Jan. 20.- Commission to Richard de Sidenhale to act for the bishop in the suit against William de Ros, archdeacon of Shropshire, who had appointed a coadjutor or curator for Hugh, rector of Shrewardyn, without regard to the bishop's rights.

Thomas, etc., dilecto, etc., Ricardo de Sidenhale, commissario nostro generali, salutem, etc. Ad audiendum, etc., causam, etc., quam movemus, etc., contra magistrum Willelmum de Ros, archidiaconum Salopshire, in ecclesia nostra cathedrali, eo quod in contemptum nostrum et prejudicium et jurisdiccionis nostre lesionem domino Hugoni rectori de Shrewardyn, nostre diocesis presbyter, quemdam Willelmum, fratrem ejusdem rectoris, coadjutorem seu curatorem dedit et assignavit, etc., vobis committimus vices nostras, etc. Datum apud Prestebury, xx die mensis Januarii, anno Domini millesimo CCCxxx, etc.

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A.D. 1331. March 4.- Mandate to the dean of Weston to receive in the bishop's name any criminous clerks convicted in his deanery by a secular court.

Fol. 2b. Thomas, etc., dilecto, etc., decano de Westone, etc. Ad petendum et recipiendum nomine nostro juxta libertates ecclesie quoscumque clericos super criminibus quibuscumque accusatos, judicatos, seu eciam per judicium seculare in decanatu de Westone predicto, nostre diocesis, qualitercumque convictos coram justiciariis domini nostri, regis Anglie illustris, vel aliis quibuscumque dominium sive judicium sanguinis in eodem loco qualitercumque habentibus, sub tenore presencium committimus vices nostras; presentibus post octo dies a data presencium continue numerandos minime valituris. In cujus, etc. Datum apud Prestebury, iiij die mensis Marcii, anno Domini MCCCxxx, etc.

A.D. 1330. Nov. 18.- Commission to Richard de Sidenhale and Philip de la More, rector of Hopton Wafers, to act as commissaries general for the see.

Fol. 3. Thomas, etc., dilectis, etc., Ricardo de Sidenhale et Philippo de la More, ecclesie de Whitebourne et capelle de Hoptone Wafre rectoribus, salutem, etc. Ad audiendum et fine debito terminandum quascumque causas, etc., in quibuscumque consistoriis, etc. (ut supra, p. 3), vobis et utrique vestrum in solidum conjunctim et divisim committimus vices nostras, etc. Datum apud Prestebury, xviij die mensis Novembris, anno Domini MCCCxxx, etc.

A.D. 1331. April 5.- Commission to William de Fownehope, canon, to act with Richard de Sidenhale in the suit between Thomas de Boleie, who claims the treasurership of the cathedral, and John de la Chaumbre, who is actually in possession of the dignity.

Thomas, etc., discretis viris, Will. de Fownehope, canonico, etc., et Ricardo de Sidenhale, etc., salutem, etc. In causa seu negocio destitucionis seu amocionis que vel quod coram nobis vertitur seu verti speratur inter magistrum Thomam de Boleie, clericum, qui se dicit in thesauraria ecclesie nostre in solidum jus habere, actorem ex parte una, et dominum Johannem, dictum de la Chaumbre, possessioni ejusdem thesaurarie incumbentem, reum ex parte altera, ad audiendum, etc., committimus vices nostras, etc. Datum apud Sugwas, quinto die mensis Aprilis, anno Domini MCCCxxxj, etc.

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A.D. 1331. April 9.- Commission to Richard de Sidenhale to institute and induct John de Wettone, presented by Johanna Talbot, lady of Richard's Castle, to a prebendal portion in Burford, provided that the formal inquiry ordered proves satisfactory.

Thomas, etc., dilecto, etc., Ricardo de Sidenhale, etc., salutem, etc. Ad admittendum in forma juris dominum Johannem de Wettone, presbyterum, ad porcionem prebendalem de Burford, etc., per dominam Johannam Talebot, dominam de Castro Ricardi, nobis presentatum, ac ipsum instituendum et inducendum seu inducere faciendum in eadem, etc., dum tamen inquisicio super vacacione porcionis predicte per vos auctoritate nostra faciende pro presentante faciat, etc., vobis vices nostras committimus, etc. Datum apud Sugwas, nono die mensis Aprilis, anno Domini MCCCxxxj, etc.

May 11.- Licence to Peter Pigot to have divine service in an oratory in his mansion of Wilaston, on the usual conditions.

Thomas, etc., dilecto filio, Petri Pigot, nostre diocesis, salutem, etc. Tue devocionis precibus favorabiliter inclinati ut in manso de Wilastone, ejusdem nostre diocesis, in oratorio ibidem constructo, debitum et honestum ad divina ornatum habente, et seculariorum negociorum usu carente, per idoneum presbyterum divina possis facere celebrare, absque prejudicio matricis ecclesie et alterius cujuscumque, infra cujus parochie limites dinoscitur situari, liberam tibi, quantum ad nos attinet, tenore presencium concedimus facultatem; presentibus pro beneplacito nostro duraturis. In cujus rei, sigillum, etc. Datum apud Strattonesdale, xi die Maii, anno Domini MCCCxxxj.

May 1.- The bishop sanctions the appropriation of the church of Dorstone to the prior and convent of Clifford, on condition of adequate provision for a vicar, and the payment of one mark annually to the choristers of the cathedral.

Universis sancte matris ecclesie filiis quos infrascriptum tangit negocium vel tangere potent in futurum Thomas, etc., salutem, etc. Inter ceteras nostro sofficitudinis curas illam debemus precipue reputare per quam illorum indigenciis subvenitur qui divinis obsequiis mancipantur. Sane insinuantibus nobis religiosis viris,

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A.D. 1331. priore et monachis prioratus de Clifford, nostre diocesis, et eciam ex facti notorietate didicimus evidenter quod prioratus de Clifford predictus possessionibus et redditibus ita exiliter est fundatus quod ad ipsius onera supportanda non sufficiat hiis diebus, cum propter diversorum animalium suorum bimam et grandem ruinam, et propter varios ibidem hostiles incursus, tum propter novam construccionem navis ecclesie a fundamento prioratus predicti et eciam campanilis ejusdem, necnon propter maximam reparacionem domorum ejusdem prioratus pro magna parte easu fortuito combustarum, sitque idem prioratus in inferioribus partibus Wallie situatus, ubi cotidie multitudo confluit Wallicorum, quibus hospitalitas nequit absque periculis gravibus denegari, dictusque prioratus ex causis premissis ere alieno adeo est oppressus quod absque pietatis suffragio Domino inibi famulantes congrue nequeunt sustentari. Quare prefati prior et conventus nobis humiliter supplicarunt quatinus ecclesiam parochialem de Dorsetune in Straddel, Fol. 3b. nostre diocesis, cujus ecclesie ipsi religiosi patroni existunt, ad ipsorum sustentacionem congrue ampliandam et divini cultus augmentum, prioratui de Clifford predicto et eisdem priori et monachis de licencia serenissimi principis, domini Edwardi, Dei gracia regis Anglie illustris, ac omnium quorum interest appropriare, et in usus proprios assignare canonice curaremus. Nos igitur advertentes prefatam supplicacionem, quam evidens utilitas, imminens necessitas, divini cultus honestas, et alie cause racionabiles postulant exaudiri, fore consonam racioni, et volentes ad huiusmodi appropriacionem procedere secundum canonicas sancciones, super premissis causis et eas contingentibus, vocatis et premunitis omnibus, quorum in hac parte poterit interesse, et ceteris juris solempniis observatis, inquiri fecimus diligencius veritatem; per quam inquisicionem fuit manifeste compertum prefatas causas plena veritato fuleiri. Habito igitur una cum dilectis filiis nostris, Stephano, decano, et Thoma de Chaundos, archidiacono nostre Herefordensis ecclesie, in cuius archidiaconatu dicta ecclesia de Dorsetune notorie situatur, necnon specialiter cum discreto viro, magistro Joanne Rees, rectore ecclesie de Dorsetune prelibate, ac cum aliis nostre ecclesie predicte canonicis et aliis jurisperitis diligenti tractatu, instantibus priore et monachis supradictis et petentibus cum effectu quod ad appropriacionem huiusmodi procederemus cum gracia, et favore. Nos autem sacris canonibus informati justis et piis ipsorum religiosorum peticionibus in hac parte

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A.D. 1331. favorabiliter annuere cupientes, ac ipsos religiosos favore prosequi gracioso, auctoritate Dei et nostra diocesana pronunciamus et declaramus prefatas causas fuisse et esse veras et adeo racionabiles quod propter eas fuit et est ad appropriacionem ipsius ecclesie merito procedendum, et ideo servato juris ordine et solempnitate adhibita, supradictis concurrentibus, cum licencia, consensu, et assensu, consilio, deliberacione, tractatu, et omnibus aliis quibus premittitur per omnia observatis, prefatam ecclesiam de Dorsetune cum suis juribus et pertinenciis predictis priori et monachis et eorum prioratui de Clifford predicto pleno jure, quantum in nobis est, annectamus, unimus, appropriamus, incorpormus et eisdem imperpetuos usus possidendam pro supportandis oneribus dicto prioratui incumbentibus concedimus per presentes; salvis tamen nobis et successoribus nostris episcopis procuracione tempore visitacionis et jurisdiccionibus universis hactenus observatis et obtentis; ita quod liceat prefatis priori et monachis de Clifford, magistro Joanne Rees, rectore ejusdem ecclesie, cedente vel deciente prefatam ecclesiam de Dorsetune cum suis juribus et, pertinentis auctoritate propria ingredi, possidere, et licite imperpetuum retinere ex causis predictis pro supradictis oneribus sustinendis, salva eciam vicarii porcione per nos taxanda et orimanda etatus porcionis augmentacionem et diminucionem nobis et successoribus nostris specialiter reservamus. Volumus eciam et ordinamus quod prior et monachi prioratus de Clifford predicti qui pro tempore fuerint choristis ecclesie nostre Herefordensis predicte deservientibus in eadem perpetuis futuris temporibus solvent unam maream annue pensionis. Ordinamus eciam et volumus quod ad prefatam ecclesie de Dorsetune vicariam perpetuam prefati prior et monachi nobis et successoribus nostris episcopis idoneam personam debeant presentare. In cuius testimonium, etc. Datum apud Chirbury, primo die mensis Maii, anno Domini millesimo CCCxxxj, etc.

July 2.- Commission to the archdeacon and to Adam Carbonel and John de Orleton, canons, to act in the bishop's stead in proceedings ordered by the pope against certain persons who had violentiy assaulted Simon de Rodeberewe.

Thomas, etc., sanctissimi patris et domini, domini Johannis, divina providencia pape xxij, in hac parte delegatus, discretis viris filiisque, etc., archidiacono, et magistris Ade Carbonel et

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A.D. 1331. Johanni de Orletone, canonicis, etc., salutem, etc. Prudencie vestre volumus esse notum nos literas apostolicas dicti patris recepisse sub hac forma:- Johannes, episcopus, etc., venerabili patri, episcopo Herefordensi salutem, etc. Conquestus est nobis Simon de Rodeberewe, clericus Wigorniensis diocesis, quod Willelmus de Penebury, prior, et Willelmus Guge, supprior, et Alanus de Goderyntone, canonicus monasterii de Lanthoheneya, juxta Gloucestriam, per priorem soliti gubernari, ordinis sancti Augustini; Simon Tancard, perpetuus vicarius ecclesie beate Marie juxta portam Australem Gloucestrie; Thomas Grot, clericus; Andreas de Pendok, Stephanus Broun de Gloucestria, Henricus de Bretworth, laici Wigorniensis diocesis, manus injecerunt in eum, Dei timore postposito, temere violentas. Cum autem dictus conquerens, sicut asserit, dictorum prioris, supprioris, canonici, vicarii, clerici, et laicorum potenciam merito perhorrescens eos infra Wigorniensem civitatem nequeat convenire, fraternitati tue per apostolica scripta mandamus quatinus, si est ita, dictis sacrilegis tam diu appellacione remota excommunicatos publice intimetis, et faciatis ab omnibus evitari donec passo injuriam satisfecerint competenter, et cum tuarum testimonio literarum ad sedem venerint apostolicam absolvendi. Fol. 4. Datum Avinione, decimo kalendas Aprilis, pontificatus nostri anno quintodecimo. Verum cum nos tam ecclesie nostre Herefordensis quam nostris sumus pluribus et variis negociis prepediti, adeo quod examinacioni dicte cause sive negocii non possumus commode intendere vel personaliter interesse, examinacionem, diffinicionem, et debitam execucionem predicte cause sive negocii inter partes predictas in dicto rescripto contentas vobis et vestrum cuilibet, etc., committimus vices nostras, quousque eas ad nos duxerimus revocandas. Datum apud Prestebury, secundo die Julii, anno Domini millesimo CCCxxxj, etc.

Sept. 16.- The bishop empowers Adam, bishop of Worcester, to act for him in the matter of a proposed exchange between Walter de Bokelond, vicar of Dormington, and Ralph de Baketone, rector of Colne Rogier.

Apud Prestebury, xvj die mensis Septembris, anno Domini millesimo CCCxxxj, dominus commisit vices suas in forma consueta domino Ade, Dei gracia episcopo Wigorniensi, in negocio permutacionis inter dominum Walterum de Bokelond, vicarium ecclesie de Dormyntone, Herefordensis diocesis, et dominum

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A.D. 1331. Radulphum de Baketone, rectorem ecclesie de Colne Rogier, ita tamen quod fieret induccio ipsius vicarii per commissarium domini generalem, recepcione canonice obediencie ipsius vicarii domino specialiter reservata.

Oct. 23.- Commission to William de Fowenhope and William de Wyke, canons, to try the suit between Thomas, rector of Eyton, and the abbess and convent of Pollesworth, in regard to a certain pension claimed.

Thomas, etc., dilectis Willelmo de Fowenhope, et Will. de Wyke, canonicis, etc., salutem, etc. De vestris fidelitate, etc., confidentes ad audiendum, etc., causam, etc., inter dominum qui se gerit pro rectore ecclesie de Eyton, Covent. et Lich. diocese, ex parte una, et abbatissam et conventum de Pollesworth ejusdem diocesis ex altera, occasione cujusdam annue pensionis de qua in mandato apostolico nobis inde directo mencio fit expressa, vobis et utrique vestrum, etc., vices nostras committimus etc. In cujus rei, etc. Datum apud Prestebury, xxiij die mensis Octobris, anno Domini MCCCxxxj.

At the request of the rector of Eyton, Adam Carbonel was commissioned to try the suit in place of William de Fowenhope, who was official to the bishop of Worcester, and could not act.

Postmodem idem rector venit ad dominum asserens quod magister Willelmus de Fowenhope supradictus tunc erat officialis domini Wigorniensis, nec potuit exequi quod mandatur, et ideo dominus ad ipsius peticionem subrogabat loco ipsius magistri Will. de Fowenhope, magistrum Adam Carbonel, canonicum Herefordensem, additis eciam illis verbis ante hec verba in cujus rei testimonium. Idem vero rector ante quamcumque commissionem nostram hujusmodi nobis per suum proprium juramentum ad sancta Dei evangelia fidem fecit quod dictarum religiosarum potenciam adeo perhorrescit quod eas infra civitatem vel diocesim Lichfeldensem supra contentis in dicto mandato nequit convenire secure.

Nov. 12.- Commission to Richard de Sidenhale to try the suit between Matilda de Radenore and Richard Moniword, Hereford.

Thomas, etc., dilecto, etc., Ricardo de Sidenhale, etc., salutem, etc. Ad cognoscendum, etc., in causa, etc., inter Matildam, dictam

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A.D. 1331. de Radenore de Haya, ex parte una, et Ricardum Moniword de Herefordia, reum ex altera, vobis, etc., vices nostras committimus. In cujus rei, etc. Datum apud Whitebourne, xij die mensis Novembris, anno Domini MCCCxxxj, etc.

Nov. 15.- Licence to John de Lineye to have divine service in his own mansion at Ludlow while confined to it by ill health.

Thomas, etc., dilecto, etc., Johanni de Lineye de Lodelowe, etc., salutem, etc. Fusis nobis per te precibus favorabiliter inclinati ut in manso tuo apud Lodelowe, etc., per capellanum idoneum Fol. 4b. divina poteris facere celebrare dum adversa valitudine fueris detentus, dum tamen in prejudicium, etc., ita eciam quod, cum a morbo quem pateris convalescere te contingat, ad matricem tuam ecclesiam redeas sicut prius, tam presbytero hujusmodi celebrandi quam tibi dumtaxat divina, ibidem audiendi liberam tenore presencium tribuimus facultatem, et quantum in nobis est et jura permittunt licenciam concedimus specialem. In cujus rei, etc. Datum apud Whitebourne, xv die Novembris, anno Domini millesimo CCCmxxxj, etc.

Nov. 26.- Commission to Adam Carbonel and Richard de Sidenhale to decide between the claims to the vicarage of Goodrich Castle of William de Matheme, presented by the prior and convent of Monmouth, and Richard Wygan, presented by Richard Talbot, lord of Goodrich.

Thomas, etc., dilectis, etc., Ade Carbonel, canonico, etc., et Ricardo de Sidenhale, etc., salutem, etc. Ad cognoscendum, etc., inter dominum Willelmum de Matheme, presbyterum, ad vicariam ecclesie de Castro Godrici, nostre diocesis, per religiosos viros, priorem et conventum de Monemuta, ipsam ecclesiam in proprios usus obtinentes, presentatum, actorem ex parte una, et Ricardum Wygan, clericum, per nobilem virum, dominum Ricardum Talebot, dominum de Castro Godrici, ad eandem vicariam presentatum, reum ex altera, ipsamque causam fine debito terminandam, etc., vices nostras committimus, etc. In cujus rei, etc. Datum apud Lodelowe, xxvj die mensis Novembris, anno Domini MCCCxxxj, etc.

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A.D. 1332. Jan. 7.- Commission to Thomas de Boleye, rector of Eastnor, to try the suit for divorce between John de Herdewyk and Margery his wife.

Thomas, etc , dilecto, etc., Thome de Boleye, rectori ecclesie de Estenore, etc., salutem, etc. Ad cognoscendum et procedendum in causa divorcii que, etc., inter Johannem de Herdewyk, nostre diocesis, actorem ex parte una, et Margeriam quam idem Johannes de facto, ut dicitur, tenet in uxorem, ream ex altera, ipsamque causam fine debito termittandam vobis, etc. In cujus rei, etc. Datum apud Colewall, vij die mensis Januarii, anno Domini MCCCxxxj, etc.

Feb. 5.- Commission to Richard de Sidenhale to decide between the claims of Robert de Staneford and Thomas de Fretewell to the rectory of Evesbatch.

Thomas, etc., dilecto, etc , Ricardo de Sidenhale, etc., salutem, etc. Ad cognoscendum, etc., in causa, etc., inter dominum Robertum de Staneford, presbyterum, ad ecclesiam parochialem de Estbatche, nostre diocesis, presentatum, actorem ex parte uni, et dominum Thomam de Fretewell, qui se gerit pro restore ejusdem ecclesie, reum ex altera, ipsamque causam, etc., vices nostras committimus, etc. Datum apud Colewall, quinto die Februarii, anno Domini millesimo MCCCxxxj, etc.

Mar. 1.- Licence to the bishop of Llandaff to consecrate two altars at Newland.

Thomas, etc., venerabili in Christo patri, domino Johanni, Dei gracia Landavensi episcopo, Thomas, etc., salutem, etc. Ad dedicandum duo altaria in ecclesia parochiali de Nova Terra, nostre diocesis, cum per parochianos ejusdem ecclesie fueritis congrue requisiti, et ad id obtulerit se facultas, et alia omnia et singula facienda que circa hujus dedicationis officium fieri requiruntur, vestre reverende paternitati hac vice tenore presencium committimus vices nostras. In cujus rei, etc. Datum apud Rosse, primo die Marcii, anno Domini MCCCxxxj, etc.

April 27.- Commission to Thomas Chaundos, archdeacon, and Adam Carbonel to be judges in a court of appeal in the suit between John de Herdewyk and Margery his wife.

Thomas, etc , venerabilibus, etc., Thome Chaundos, archidiacono, et Ade Carbonel, canonico, etc., salutem, etc. Ad cognoscendum,

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A.D. 1332. etc., in causa appellacionis, etc., inter Margeriam de Staneford, partem, ut dicitur, appellantem ex parte una, et Johannem de Herdewyk, partem appellatam ex altera, ipsamque causam, etc., committimus vices nostras. In cujus rei, etc. Datum apud ... xxvij die Aprilis, anno Domini millesimo CCCxxxij, etc.

May 4.- Commission to William de Wyke, penitentiary, and John de la Felde, canon of the cathedral, to claim the criminous clerks condemned in civil courts.

Thomas, etc., dilectis, etc., Willelmo de Wyke, penitenciario nostro in ecclesia nostra, cathedrali Herefordensi, et domino Johanni de la Felde, ejusdem ecclesie canonico, salutem, etc. Ad petendum, etc., quoscumque clericos super quibuscumque criminibus irretitos, etc., coram nobilibus viris, Gilberto Talebot, Petro de Grandisson, etc., justiciariis, etc., vices nostras committimus. Datum Leominstrie in crastino Invencionis sancte crucis, anno Domini MCCCxxxij.

June 14.- The bishop, deputed by the pope to provide John Prentout, a poor clerk, with a benefice in the gift of the dean and chapter of Hereford, commissions the priors of Wormsley and S. Guthlac, with Roger de Cloctone, rector of S. Owen's, Hereford, to act in his stead.

Thomas, etc., executor unicus ad providendum Johanni Prentout, nostre diocesis pauperi clerico, de beneficio ecclesiastico competeute sine cura consueto ab olim clericis secularibus assignari, spectante communiter ad collacionem vel presentacionem dilectorum filiorum, decani et capituli nostre ecclesie, etc., a sede apostolica deputatus, venerande religionis viris, dominis de Wormesleye et sancti Guthlaci Fol. 5. prioribus, ac magistro Rogero de Cloctone, rectori ecclesie sancti Audoeni, Herefordensis diocesis, salutem, etc. Quia execucioni hujusmodi negocii personaliter intendere non valemus, etc., vices nostras committimus, etc. In cujus rei, etc. Datum apud Peterischurche, xiiij die mensis Junii, anno Domini millesimo CCCxxxij, etc.

June 17.- Commission to Thomas de Chaundos, archdeacon, to try a testamentary suit between Christina, widow of Walter de Wintercote, and the prior of Leominster with others.

Thomas, etc., dilecto, etc., Thome de Chaundos, archidiacono, salutem, etc. Ad cognoscendum, etc., in causa testamentaria, etc.,

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A.D. 1332. inter Christinam quo fuit uxor Walteri de Wintercote, nostre diocesis, actricem ex parte una, et fratrem Willelmum de Fynchampstede, qui se gerit pro priore de Leominstria et Johannem de Pete et Ciboram de Monemuta, ejusdem nostre diocesis, reos ex altera, vobis, etc., vices nostras committimus, etc. Iu cujus rei, etc. Datum apud Brocbury, xvij die mensis Junii, anno Domini MCCCxxxij, etc.

A.D. 1331. July 22.- Ordinance of the bishop respecting the portion of the tithes and other sources of income reserved for the maintenance of the vicar of Lugwardine.

In Dei nomine, Amen. Cum nos Thomas, etc., ecclesiam de Lugwardyn cum capellis de Langaran, sancti Waynardi, et Henthlan dependentibus ab eadem, nostre Herefordensis diocesis, venerabilibus viris, dominis decano et capitulo ecclesie nostre Herefordensis, et ipsorum decani et capituli successoribus, ex certis causis et legitimis dudum appropriaverimus in usus proprios futuris temporibus possidendam, et ordinacionem, et taxacionem vicarie ejusdem ecclesie nobis reservaverimus, prout in literis appropriacionis hujustmodi evidenter apparet nos, pensatis et consideratis ecclesie et capellarum predictarum fructibus et obventibus necnon oneribus ad eandem spectantibus, vicariam ipsam subscripto modo duximus ordinandam. In primis ordinamus quod vicarius qui pro tempore fuerit in eadem ecclesia et capellis canonice institutus per nos aut successores nostros, ad presentacionem seu nominacionem predictorum decani et capituli et successorum suorum, dicte ecclesie et capellis per se et suos deserviat in ordine et modo quos ipsarum cura requirit. Idem ordinamus quod idem vicarius et successores sui habeant omnes domos ad rectoriam ejusdem ecclesie de Lugwardyn spectantes, exceptis grangiis, porta, et area domus juxta portam in oriente versus ecclesiam usque ad limitem signatum, quas remanere volumus decano et capitulo supradictis. Item ordinamus quod dictus vicarius et successores sui habeant totam terram de dominico predicte ecclesie de Lugwardyn, et quandam particulam gardlini predictis domibus sibi assignatis adjacentem, prout fines, limites, et bunde de consensu nostro et predictorum decani et capituli nuper facte ibidem se extendunt. Item quod dictus vicarius et successores sui habeant terciam partem decimarum majorum predictarum et fenum ipsius ecclesie de Lugwardyn. Item alteragium ad dictas ecclesiam de Lugwardyn et capellas

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A.D. 1331. de Langaran, sancti Warnardi, et Henthlan pertinens et ad omnes alias capellas dependentes ab eisdem, videlicet oblationes quascumque ad ipsas ecclesiam et capellas quandocumque et qualitercumque provenientes, in quibuscumque rebus consistant, ut in lino, Lana, canapo, alba vacarum, decima vitulorum, agnorum, porcellorum, aucarum, pullorum, ovorum, gardinorum, curtilagiorum, mellis, columbarum, et molendinorum, una cum mortuariis tam vivis quam mortuis quorumcumque decedencium infra fines tam parochie quam capellarum, anniversaria quoque, vigilias, legata, obitus pro defunctis, cum herbagiis cimiteriorum aliisque que sub nomine minutarum decimarum poterunt nominari, ita tamen quod nec de feno nec de majoribus garbis cujuscumque generis bladi in clausuris vel extra aratro cultis predictus vicarius vel successores sui quicquid percipiat vel percipient quoquo modo, exceptis per nos superius ordinatis. Item ordinamus quod dictus vicarius et successores sui qui pro tempore fuerint subeant et agnoscant omnia, onera ordinaria et extraordinaria ad dictas ecclesiam et capellas quomodolibet incumbencia quocumque nomine censeantur temporibus secuturis, excepta decima, ecclesie qualitercumque, imponenda, quam decimam pro rata porcione ipsius vicarie ipsi vicarii subeant et agnoscant, excepta eciam reparacione et reformacione cancellorum dicte ecclesie et capellarum et invencione et reparacione librorum in eisdem, que quidem onera dicti decanus et capitulum imposterum sustinebunt. Et ne per hanc ordinacionem nostram dictis decano et capitulo aut vicario prejudicium in aliquo generetur reservamus nobis et successoribus nostris ordinariam potestatem predictam vicariam augmentandi, diminuendi, et mutandi, prout et quando opus fuerit, ac eciam declarandi, interpretandi altercacionem, dubitacionem, seu obscuritatem, si quam super hac nostra ordinacione oriri contigerit in futuro, juribus et consuetudinibus episcopalibus et archidiaconalibus in eisdem ecclesia et capellis ac nostre ecclesie cathedralis dignitate semper salvis. In quorum omnium testimonium sigillum nostrum est appensum. Datum apud Sugwas, vicesimo secundo die mensis Julii, anno Domini millesimo CCC tricesimo primo, etc.

A.D. 1332. March 30.- Grant to Peter de Egesworth of the wardship and disposal in marriage of Alesia, daughter and heiress of Roger Attehalle, of Prestbury.

Fol. 5b. Pateat universis per presentes quod nos Thomas, etc., dedimus, concessimus, et hac presenti carta confirmavimus Petro de

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A.D. 1332. Egesworth custodiam et maritagium Alesie, filie et heredis Rogeri Attehalle de Prestebury, una cum custodia omnium terrarum et tenementorum predicte Alesie, filie, etc., quo per mortem predicti Rogeri, patris sui, predicte Alesie hereditarie descenderunt, una cum reversione omnium terrarum et tenementorum quo tenentur in dotem vel alio quoquo modo per mortem predicti Rogeri predicte Alesie jure hereditario, usque ad plenam et legitimam etatem predicte Alesie, habendam et tenendam predictam custodiam et maritagium predcite Alesie absque disparagacione, una cum omnibus terris et tenementis que in manum nostram devenerunt per mortem predicte Rogeri, que de nobs tenuit per servicium militare in Prestebury, cum omnibus reversionibus dotis vel alio modo per quadam predicti Rogeri predictam Alesiam hereditarie contingentibus ut predictum est de nobis et successoribus nostris predicto Petro, heredibus et assignatis suis, libere quiete, bene, et in pace usque ad legitimam etatem predicte A1esie. Et nos predictus Thomas, episcopus, predicto Petro, heredibus, et assignatis suis, predictam custodiam et maritagium predicte Alesie et eciam custodiam omnium terrarum et tenementorum predicte Alesie in Prestebury, cum reversionibus et omnibus aliis suis ubique perhabentibus predictum est, usque ad legitimam etatem predicte Alesie warantibus et defendemus. In cujus rei, etc. Datum apud Prestebury, die dominica proxima post festum annunciacionis beate Marie, anno regni regis Edwardi tercii post conquestum sexto.

July 21.- Formal admission of John Jenkins, of Old Radnor, and Walter le couherd, of Leominster, that they were in debt to the bishop to the amonnt of twenty marks for the fruits of the church of Old Radnor.

In ecclesia de Stratton et juxta Sugwas, xxj die Julii, anno Domini MCCCxxxij, indiccione xv pontificis Johannis, pape, anno xxj, comparuerunt coram magistro Johanne de Lancastria, etc., pro tribunali sedente, dominus Johannes Jenkins de vetere Radenore et Walterus le couherd de Leoministria, [et] fatebantur se teneri domino Thome, etc., in viginti marcis sterlingorum pro fructibus ecclesie de nova Radenore anni presentis solvendis eidem Herefordie in festo purificacionis beate Virginis seu Paschate proxime futuro, presentibus dominis Johanne, rectore de Wymfyrton; Waltero, rectore de Knill; dominis Thoma Vici de

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A.D. 1332. Webbeley; Johanne Vici de Brugge, et Willelmo de Malmeshulle Laci, presbytero.

Aug. 14.- The bishop reports to the king that he has confirmed the election of Richard de Turpitone, canon of Wigmore, to the post of abbot.

Excellentissimo principi et domino suo, domino Edwardo, Dei gracia regi Anglie illustri, Thomas, etc., salutem in eo per quem reges regnant et principes dominantur. Cum nos eleccionem domini Ricardi de Turpitone, canonici ecclesie sive monasterii de Wygemore, nostre diocesis, rite et canonice in abbatem dicte ecclesie sive monasterii nuper vacantis celebratam confirmaverimus, justicia exigente, ministracionem in spiritualibus committentes eidem juxta jura, nos ipsum electum vestre regie celsitudini per literas nostras mittimus et intimamus ut, si quod sit quod vestrum sit in hac parte, dignetur sibi benignius vestra excellencia regia impertiri. Ad populi sui requiem Deus conservet vestram potestatem regiam per tempora, prospera et prolixa. Datum apud Prestebury, quartodecimo die mensis Augusti, anno Domini millesimo CCC xxxij.

May 25.- The dean of Leominster, commissioned by the bishop to induct Richard Baderum as prior of Titley, who has been instituted on the presentation of the abbot of Tyron, reports that he has done so.

Venerabili in Christo patri ac domino suo, si placet, domino Thome, etc., suus in omnibus filius, decanus de Leoministria, etc., mandatum vestrum cum reverentia qua decuit Duper recepi sub forma infrascripta:- Thomas, etc., decano de Leominstria salutem, etc. Quia nos fratrem Richardum Baderum, monachum monasterii sancte Trinitatis de Tyrone, Carnotensis diocesis, ad prioratum de Tyteleye, nostre diocesis, vacantem, ad quem per fratrem Richardum, abbatem monasterii supradicti, nobis existit presentatus, admisimus ac priorem canonice instituimus in eodem, vobis committimus et mandamus quatinus ipsum fratrem Richardum in corporalem possessionem dicti prioratus, necnon jurium et pertinenciarum ejusdem, inducatis et defendatis inductum, rescribentes nobis citra festum Pentecostes proximo futurum, quid feceritis in premissis, etc. Datum apud Shobbedone, vicesimo die Maii, anno Domini MCCCxxxij. Hujus igitur auctoritate mandati xxv die

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A.D. 1332. mensis Maii ad dictum prioratum de Tyteleye personaliter accessi, et memoratum Richardum in corporalem possessionem, necnon jurium et pertinenciarum ejusdem, auctoritate vestra paterna in hac parte induxi, et sic mandatum vestrum cum per reverencia qua decuit plenarie sum executus. Data et acta sunt die, et loco supradictis, sub sigillo officii decanatus supradicti.

July 21.- The bishop, after visitation of the church of Erselane which was appropriated to the abbot and convent of Lyre, puts on record his acceptance of twelve which, as had been shewn by the proctor of Lyre, was customary payment to preceeding bishops.

Universis, sancte matris ecclesie filiis, etc., Thomas, etc. ecclesias quas religiosi viri, abbas at conventus monasterii Marie de Lyra, Ebroycensis diocesis, in proprios usus canonice presenti optinent et optinuerunt ab antiquo in nostra diocesi Herefordensi, appropriatas et apprebendatas jure diocesano visitacionus et procuraciones ratione visitacionis impense petierimus ab eidem ecclesiis et religiosis predictis, et inter nem pro visitacione nostra in ecclesia de Elselane, celebrita, dictis religiosis appropriatam at appre comparuit coram nobis certis die et loco frater Petris de Crespy, dictorum religiosorum constitutus procurator generalis. Proposuit at allegavit per instrumenta, et predecessorum nostrorum duodecim marcas, pro nobis a suis ecclesis ut premittitur, appropriatis et approbantes et visitacionibus nomine procuracionis dumtaxat, que dictos precessores at predecessores nostros duodecim marcas receptisse et habuisse, et eosdem de dictis duodecim contentos et pacatos fuisse. Unde nos considerates facultalibus ecclesiarum suarum predictarum necnon oneribus earundem, et diutinam solucionem dictarum duodecim racione visitacionum suarum a pre decessoribus nostris, ut premittitur, acceptatam et per nos in visitacionibus nostris approbatam, concurrentibus eciam omnibus quo de jure in hac parte requiruntur, ab ulteriori et majori quantitate et exaccione procuracionis dictarum duodecim marcarum per nos in futurum facienda ab examine nostro dimittimus absolute per decretum dictos religiosos et eorum ecclesias et specialiter ecclesiam de Erselane ab omni onere majoris procuracionis duodecim marcarum,

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A.D. 1332. ut premittitur, liberam et immunem, liberas et immunes, sentencialiter et diffinitive pronunciamus. In quorum, etc. Datum apud Sugwas, die sancte Praxedis, virginis, anno Domini MCCCij, etc.

June 23.- Roger de Bunshulle is appointed coadjutor to William, vicar of Mansel Gamage.

Apud Bysshopestoue, xxiij die Junii, dominus Rogerus de Bunshulle, presbyter, deputatus fuit curator et coadjutor domino Willelmo, vicario de Malmeshulle Gamage, qui sui est impotens, in forma communi ut in registro continetur.

July 11.- Thomas de Bysshopestone is appointed curator of Roger, rector of Stretford.

Apud Dylewe. xj die Julii, Thomas de Bysshopestone, diaconus, deputatus est curator domini Rogeri, rectoris de Stretford, in forma communi ut supra.

Sept. 5.- The bishop bestows his benediction on Richard de Turpyntone, abbot of Wigmore, and sent a mandate to the prior and convent for his installation.

Apud Cokkeshale, v die Septembris, anno supradicto, dominus benedixit Ricardum de Turpyntone, abbatem de Wygemor, et eodem die mandavit pro installacione ejusdem sub hac forma:- Thomas, etc., fratribus Stephano, priori, et suppriori ecclesie conventualis de Wygemor salutem, etc. Cum nos fratrem Ricardum de Turpyntone, per vos et conventum vestrum, suis exigentibus meritis, rite et canonice electum in abbatem et pastorem confirmaverimus, vobis committimus et mandamus quatinus dictum fratrem Ricardum in corporalem possessionem, etc., et installetis eundem, injungentes omnibus et singulis de conventu abbacie supradicte quod prefato fratri Ricardo, ut abbati et prelato suo, obedire in omnibus canonice intendant et omnia alia faciatis et exerceatis in premissis et eciam ea vice nostra que necessaria fuerint et oportuna, contradictores et rebelles per censuram ecclesiasticam, si necesse fuerit, canonice compescendo. Datum apud Cokkeshale, anno Domini millesimo CCCxxxij, etc.

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A.D. 1332. Sept 18.- Henry de Rudmerley, in accordance with letters of Gaucelin, papal penitenciary, receives dispensation from illegitimacy.

Fol. Apud Prestebury, xviij die mensis Septembris, anno supradicto, dominus dispensavit cum Henrico de Rudmereley, clerico, super defectu natalium quem patitur de soluto genitus et soluta, quod posset ad omnes ordines promoveri et ecclesiasticum beneficium optinere, eciam si curam habeat animarum, secundum formam literarum domini Gaucelini, miseracione divina episcopi Allancensis domim pape penitenciarii quas penes dominum Henricam conservandas dimisit.

Sept. 24.- Appointment of Richard de Thormertone as the bishop's proctor at the papal curia, with the additional commission of visiting the apostolic see in the bishop's stead.

Pateat universis per presentes quod nos Thomas, etc., facimus, etc., magistum Ricardum de Thormertone, clericum, procuratorem nostrum ad impetrandum in Romana curia pro nobis et ecclesia, nostra literas tam simplices quam legendas, graciam seu communem nostram continentes, ac literis contra nos impetratis seu impetrandis contradicendi, etc., alium procuratorem substituendi, etc., xxj die mensis Septembris, anno Domini millesimo CCCxxxij.

Item eadem die emanarunt litere, additis tamen ante alium, pro annuam istis verbis, videlicet sedem apostolicam visitandi vice et nomine nostro, quatenus artati sumus de consuetidine vel de jure.

Aug. 11.- Appeal to the Crown to enforce submission on William de Clehangre, who has been excominicated for forty days and is still contumacious.

Excellentissimo principi ac domino, domino Edwardo, regi Angie illustri, Thomas, etc., salutem, etc. Excellencie vestre innotesipas per presentes quod magister Willelmus de Clehangre de Hereforda, nostre diocesis, propter suam contumaciam manifestam pariter et offensam, juris ordine observato, est majoris excommunicacionis sentencia auctoritate nostra ordinaria innodatus, et in eadem plenos xl dies et amplius animo perstitit et adhuc persistit indurato, claves ecclesie nequiter contemnendo. Cum itaque contra tales non habeat sancta mater ecclesia ulterius quod faciat, in hac parte majestati vestre regie humiliter supplicamus

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A.D. 1332. quatinus pro dicti excommunicati capcione scribere dignemini, secundum regni vestri Anglie consuetudinem hactenus usitatam, ut quos Dei timor a malo non revocat secularis brachii disciplina cohibeat a peccato. Vestram conservet Deus excellenciam ad populi sui regimen per tempora diuturna. Datum apud Prestebury, xj die Augusti, anno Domini, etc.

Sept. 29.- Appointment of Richard de Bunshulle to the office of apparitor in the archdeaconry of Hereford.

Thomas, etc , dilecto, etc., Ricardo de Bunshulle, nostre diocesis, salutem, etc. Fusis nobis per te precibus favorabiliter inclinati, de tuis quoque fidelitate et industria fiduciam gerentes pleniorem, officium apparitoris archidiaconatus Herefordensis, predicte nostre diocesis, et exercicium ejusdem tibi tenore presencium concedimus cum ipsius onere et honore presentibus pro nostro benoplacito valituris. Datum, etc., xxix die Septembris, anno Domini MCCCxxxij.

April 28.- Appointment of William de Hyntes, rector of Suckley, as commissary general.

Thomas, etc., dilecto, etc., Willelmo de Hyntes, rectori ecclesie de Sukkele, Wigorniensis diocesis, salutem, etc. De tuis fidelitate et industria, etc., ad corrigendum, etc., committimus, etc. In cujus rei, etc. Datum apud Hope, xxviij die mensis Aprils, anno Domini MCCCxxxij, etc.

May 16.- Instruction to Walter de Hanlegh to summon William de Clehangre, canon of Wells, to appear before the bishop to defend himself from charges brought against him.

Thomas, etc., dilecto, etc., Waltero de Hanlegh, jurato nostro, salutem, etc. Tibi tenore presencium committimus quatinus cites seu citari facias peremptorie magistrum Willelmum de Clehangre, clericum nostre diocesis, qui se dicit canonicum ecclesie cathedralis Wellensis, quod compareat, etc., die lune proxima post festum sancte Trinitatis proximo futurum, ubicumque, etc., super quibusdam articulis correccionem anime ipsius concernentibus sibi ex officio nostro obiciendis responsurus in forma juris, ulteriusque facturus et recepturus quod canonice dictaverint sancciones. Et

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A.D. 1332. quid feceritis, etc. Datum apud Rosse, xvj die mensis Maii, anno Domini MCCCxxxij, etc.

Oct. 20.- Commission to Richard de Sidenhale to collect the procurations due at the recent visitation of the bishop, as also charges for consecration of churches and churchyards.

Thomas, etc., dilecto, etc., Ricardo de Sydenhale, etc., salutem, etc. De vestris fidelitate et industria, etc., ad exigendum, et levandum procuraciones nobis debitas a personis quibuscumque, tam racione visitacionis nostre quam personaliter fecimus, et exercuimus nuper in ecclesiis nostre diocesis, quam racione dedicacionum ecclesiarum et cimiteriorum predicte nostre diocesis, et ad compellendum eadem ad satisfaciendum nobis in premissis, per quascumque censuras ecclesiasticas vobis committimus vices nostras, etc. In cujus rei, etc. Datum apud Prestebury, xx die mensis Octobris, anno MCCCxxxij.

Oct. 18.- Commission to Richard de Sidenhale to collect the procurations due from William de Rentone, rector of Munslow, after two visitations of the bishop in person.

Thomas, etc., dilecto, etc., Ricardo de Sydenhale, etc. Ad exigendum et levandum de magistro Willelmo de Routone, rectore ecclesia de Monselowe, nostre diocesis, procuraciones nobis debitas raclot.e ipsartim qu:as Him vice impel. personaliter icc.inu, et excreuinnis in eculesia autedicta, juxta canon lcas sane-clones r.ostris propriis sumptibus per duos dies ibidem vicissim ..otmnot.mtik.s. ad compellenduin, etc., committimus vices nostras. In cuus re'. etc. Datum apud Colewnlle, xviij die mensis Octobris, anno Domini xxxij.

Oct. 30.- Commission to Richard de Sidenhale to try the suit between John, rector of Stretton, and the executors of John Lente, the late rector.

Memorandum quod xxx die Octobris, anno Domini supradicto, apud Colewalle emanavit commissio magistro Ricardo de Sydenhale, etc., ad cognoscendum, etc., in causa inter dominum Johannem, rectorem ecclesie de Strettone, actorem ex parte una, et executores testamenti domini Johannis Lente, nuper rectoris ejusdem, reos ex parte altera, et finem debitum imponendi, etc.

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A.D. 1332. Nov. 20.- Adam, bishop of Worcester, appoints Roger de Breyntone, archdeacon of Gloucester, and Adam de Hervyntone, rector of Tredington, his commissaries general, during his absence in the king's service.

Adam, permissione divina Wygorniensis episcopus, discretis viris, etc., Roger de Breyntone, archidiacono Gloucestrie, et Ade de Hervyntone, rectori ecclesie de Tredyntone, nostre diocesis, canonicis Herefordensibus, salutem, etc. Quia nos de mandato domini regis Anglie pro quibusdam arduis negociis ipsum et regnum, suum tangentibus ad partes transmarinas proficiscentes administracioni spiritualium nostre diocesis intendere non valemus, de vestra fidelitate, etc., vos nostros in absencia vicarios conjunctim et utrumque vestrum divisim ordinamus et constituimus, ac vobis conjunctim et divisim et cuilibet vestrum in solidum, ita quod non sit melior condicio occupantis, si quid unus vestrum inceperit alius exequi poterit et finire, in omnibus et singulis quo ad officium vicariatus pertinent committimus, etc. In cujus rei, etc. Datum Londoniis, xx die mensis Novembris, anno Domini MCCCxxxij, etc.

Dec. 23.- Appeal to the bishop of Llandaff to take formal steps for the public excommunication of some satellites of Satan in his diocese who had violently assaulted and robbed the bishop and his suite at Stauntoneshulle, in the parish of St. Nicholas.

Venerabili in Christo patri, domino Johanni, Dei gracia Landavensi episcopo, Thomas, etc., salutem, etc. De studio providencie pastoralis procedit juxta canonicas sancciones circa filiorum statum solicite cogitare, ut qui a semita justicie et mandatorum Dei per obliquum deviant virga corepcionis et coreccionis debite castigentur, ne nimis accresceret audacia perversorum, et in aliorum offensas eorum temeritas insaniret si virga deficeret corrigentis. Licet igitnr auctoritate constitucionis Clementine liqueat evidenter quod si quis, suadente diabolo, in hoc sacrilegii genus proruperit quod Fol. 8. quemvis pontificem injuriose vel temere percusserit, aut ceperit, vel hoc mandaverit fieri, aut factum ratum habuerit vel conscius in hiis fuerit facientis, aut consilium in hiis dederit et favorem, anathematis mucrone, nisi qui excommunicacionem per prius editos canones non subiret, quacumque consuetudine contraria, cum aliis penis in eadem constitucione contentis sit percussus, a quo nequaquam nisi per summum pontificem preterquam in articulo mortis

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A.D. 1332. asolvi potest, quidam Sathane satellites, vestre diocesis et jurisdiccionis, quorum personas et nomina penitus ignoramus, Dei contempto timore ecclesieque reverencia prorsus abjecta, nobis et nostris apud Stauntoneshulle in parochiali ecclesia sancti Michaelis, predicte vestre diocesis, insultum dederunt illicitum hostiliter cum armis insequendo nos et nostros, ac nos et nostros sagittarunt, percusserunt violenter, et temere vasa nostra argentea, immo pocius - ecclesie nostre cathedralis Herefordensis - ac alia bona nostra et ecclesie nostre Herefordensis de nostris familiaribus depredarunt et sic depredata preter et contra nostram et nostraram voluntatem abduxerunt ac alias inhumaniter nos et nostros pertractarunt, in Dei et sanctorum patrum constitucionum offensam, ecclesiastice libertatis lesionem et dampnum nostrum, ecclesie nostre et nostrorum non modicum gravamen. Unde non est dubium hujus sceleris et perfidie perpetratores ac corum fautores consilio vel auxilio pubtico vel oculto in majoris excommunicacionis sentenciam auctoritate dicte constiticionis et aliarum constitucionem principalium et sanctorum patrum in hac parte edictorum ipso facto dampnabiliter incidisse. Quocirca, vestre paternitatis prudenciam circumspectam in juris subsidium et mutue vicissitudinis optentu requirimus et rogamus quatinus in singulis ecclesiis vestre jurisdiccionis, et precipue in ecclesia sancti Michaelis supradicta et locis vicinis, singulis diebus dominicis et festivis inter missarum solempnia, cum major affuerit populi multitudo, pulsatis campanis, candelis accensis et extinctis ac pedibus conculcatis et aliis solempnitatibus in hujusmodi solitis observatis, malefactores hujusmodi ipsorumque fautores clam vel palam in premissis sic excommunicates esse in genere facere velitis, si libeat, publice nunciari quousque Deo, ecclesie nostre, nobis, et nostris, die illatis hujusmodi horrendis injuriis satisfecerint, ut tenentur, inquiri facientes, si placet, sollicite de nominibus culpabilium in hac parte, et si qui rei vel notati super premissis seu dicte sentencie reclamantes inventi fuerint, ipsorum nomina cum modo et forma execucionis vestre in hac parte per literas vestras patentes, etc., nobis mittere velit, si libeat, vestra paternitas circumspecta. Ad ecclesie sue regimen vos diu conservet Altissimus pariter et munimen. Scriptum apud Sugwas, xxiij die Decembris, anno Domini, etc.

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A.D. 1333. Jan. 4.- Commission to William de Hyntes to take charge of the archidiaconal authority and jurisdiction in the archdeaconries of Herefordshire and Shropshire.

Thomas, etc., dilecto clerico et familiari nostro, magistro Willelmo de Hyntes, rectori ecclesie de Sukkele, Wygorniensis diocesis, salutem, etc. Cum custodia et administracio spiritualium et omnimoda jurisdiccio archidiaconalis archidiaconatuum nostre diocesis, pro tempore vacacionis eorundem, ad nos pertinent et ad predecessores et precessores nostros nomine ecclesie nostre Herefordensis antedicte pertinuerit ab antiquo, nos de tuis, etc., te custodem, etc., archidiaconatuum Herefordie et Salopshirie, etc., deputamus, et ad exercendum omnimodam jurisdiccionem, etc., necnon ad inquirendum, etc., vices nostras committimus, etc. In cujus rei, etc. Datum apud Sugwas, iiij die Januarii, anno Domini MCCCxxxij, etc.

Appointment of Richard de Sydenhale as the bishop's official.

Thomas, etc., dilecto, etc., Ricardo de Sydenhale, archidiacono Salopsshire, salutem, etc. Ad audiendum, etc., necnon ad inquirendum et corrigendum, etc., committimus vices nostras, etc., et te officialem nostrum preficimus per presentes. Datum, etc.

Commission to Richard de Sydenhale to try the suit of certain parishioners of Burghill against Robert de Foulbrugge, vicar of the parish.

Thomas, etc., dilecto, etc., Ricardo de Sydenhale, salutem, etc. In ea causa destitucionis seu amocionis, etc., contra dominum Rogerum de Foulbrugge, vicarium ecclesie parochialis de Bourghulle, nostre diocesis, ad promocionem Henrici de Hulle, Ricardi de la Bere, et Rogeri de la Hulle, parochianorum de Bourghulle predicte, cum emergentibus et dependentibus ab eisdem vobis, etc., committimus vices nostras, etc. Datum, etc.

Feb. 10.- Commission to Richard de Sydenhale and William de Hyntes to decide between John de Frome and William de Clare, rival claimants for the church of Byford.

Fol. 8b. Thomas, etc., dilectis, etc., Ricardo de Sydenhale et Willelmo de Hyntes, etc. Ad audiendum, etc., causam seu negocium, etc.,

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A.D. 1333. inte Johannem le Frome, clericum, ad vacantem ecclesiam de Byford, nostre diocesis presentatum ex parte una, et Willelmum le Clare, ad eusdem ecclesiam presentatum ex altera, cum emergenidas etc. vobis etc., conjunctim et divisim vices nostras. Datum apud Whitebourne, x die mensis Februarii, anno Domini MCCCxxxij.

A.D. 1332. Dec. 14.- Commission to the dean and Adam Carbonel, canon of the cathedral to undertake the formal proceedings for the purgation of Hugh Fagham convicted in a secular court of homicide and and then lodged in the bishop's prison.

Thomas etc., dilectis, etc., decano ecclesie nostre cathedralis, Ade Carbonel, ejusdem ecclesie nostre canonico, etc. purgacionem Hugheli Fagham, clerici, nuper per ut asseritus, convictum de homicidio et roberiis factis, ut dicitur, videlicet quod felonice interfecit apud Fonchyrche, et quod felonice depredavit uno panno laneo, precii iiij marcarum, et ea occasione nostre carcerali custodie tota primitus proclamacione debita publice, omnia alia et singula, facienda que circa recepcionem purgacionis hujusmodi necessaria nostras committimus, etc. Rescribentes, etc. Datum apud Sugwas xiiij die mensis Decembris, anno Domini MCCCxxxij, etc.

A.D. 1333. March 6.- A like commission in the case of John Baudewyne, convited of the theft of 6 oxen at Wellington.

Apus Wytebourn, vj die Marcii, anno supradicto, emanavit ejusdem tenore pro Johanne Baudewyne pro purgacione seu capenda de vj babus que fuerint domini Rogeri de Chaundos, de Welyntone felonice furatis, etc.

March 21.- A like commission in the case of William de Wynfertone, convicted of stealing linen and other things to the value of 50s.

Item apud Crughowel, xxj mensis Marcii, anno supradicto, emanavit consimilis commissio pro Willelmo de Wymfertone pro purgacione sua super eo quod depredatus fuit felonice Johannem

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A.D. 1333. le Prest de Teukesbury in Wolnychewode, de panno lineo et aliis bonis ad valenciam l sol., etc.

March 13.- A like commission to Adam Carbonel and Walter Careles, canons, in the case of William de Ledbury, convicted of theft.

Thomas, etc., Ade Carbonel et Walter Careles, canonicis, etc. Ad admittendum et recipiendum purgacionem Willelmi de Ledebury, clerici, etc., nuper per judicium seculare convicti de vi bobus que fuerunt domini Reginaldi, vicarii ecclesie de Norton, precii l sol. sterlingorum, et de una vacca que fuit Willelmi Graunt, precii x sol., apud Norton per dictum Willelmum felonice furatis, ut asseritur, etc., vices nostras committimus. Rescribentes, etc. Datum apud Crughowel, xiij die mensis Marcii, anno Domini MCCCxxxij, etc.

March 17.- Commission to Thomas de Orleton, chancellor, and Roger de Breynton archdeacon of Gloucester, to decide between Henry de Astone and William de Lowe, rival claimants to the church of Kington.

Fol. 9. Thomas, etc., dilectis, etc., magistro Thome de Orletone, cancellario ecclesie nostre, etc., et domino Rogero de Breyntone, archidiacono Gloucestrie, et ecclesie nostro canonico, etc. Ad cognoscendum, etc., in causa, etc., in dominum Henricum de Astone, presbyterum, ad ecclesiam parochialem de Kyngtone, nostre diocesis, presentatum ex parte una, et Willelmum de Low, possessioni ejusdem ecclesie de facto, ut dicitur, incumbentem, reum, ex altera, juribus, etc., vices nostras, etc. In cujus rei, etc. Datum apud Crughowel, xvij die mensis Marcii, anno Domini MCCCxxxij, etc.

July 8.- Memorandum that William de Hardeshulle, rector of Stretton, paid through his proctor four marks as procurations for the last visitation of Stretton.

Memorandum quod viij die mensis Julii, anno Domini MCCCxxxiij, indiccione secunda pontificis, domini Johannis, pape xxij, anno septimo decimo, apud Prestebury dominus Johannes de Ridesdale, capellanus, procurator domini Willelmi de Hardeshulle, rectoris ecclesie de Strettone in Strettonsdale, nomine dicti rectoris solvit domino episcopo Herefordensi iiij marcas argenti

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A.D. 1333. racione procuracionis ultimo visitacionis sue pro dicta ecclesia de Strettone, et optinuit literas aequietancie de dictis iiij marcis sub sigillo dicte domini episcopi, presentibus magistro Johanne de Launcestone et Ricardo de Mukelestone.

July 24.- Commission to Adam, dean of Ludlow, to collect from the rector of Munslow the procurations due, and to warn him to reside in his benefice.

Thomas, etc., dilecto, etc. Ade, decano de Lodelowe, etc. Ad exigendum et levandum de magistro Willelmo de Routone, rectore ecclesie parochialis de Monselowe, procuraciones, etc., collection ad compellendum, etc., committimus vices nostras, etc. Ad hoc vobis committimus et mandamus quatinus moneatis prefatum magistrum Willelmum quod ad ecclesiam suam de Monselowe, quam et cujus curam habet, pro derelictis penitus et neglectis, infra sexaginta dies a tempore monicionis vestre, quorum viginti proprum viginti pro secunda, et viginti pro tercia et peremptoria monicione eidem assignetis, redeat et in eadem, ut tenetur, personaliter resideat sub pena juris. Quid autem, etc. Datum apud Prestebury, xxiiij die mensis Julii, anno Domini MCCCxxxiij, etc.

Dec. 28.- Commission to Henry de Schyptone, treasurer of the Cathedral, to give public notice that Willaim de Routone, rector of Munslowe, is excommunicated for neglect to pay procurations due.

Thomas. etc , dilecto, etc., Henrico de Schyptone, thesaurario ecclesie nostre, etc. Quia constat quod magister Willelmus de Routone, rector ecclesie de Monselowe, nostre diocesis, a diu fuit et est excommunicatus pro eo quod canonice monitus procuraciones nobis debitas occasione visitacionum nostrarum, etc., nobis solvere non curavit, etc., mandamus quatinus ipsum Willelmum, reet rem predictum, sic excommunicatum fuisse et esse, in ecclesia sua de Monselowe et aliis ecclesiis convicinis rite denuncietis. Datum apud Wytebourne, xxiij die mensis Decembris, anno Domini millesimo CCC tricesimo tercio, etc.

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A.D. 1334. Jan. 8.- John of Richard's Castle, the bishop's commissary, charges the dean of Ross to give public notice at Walford and the neighbouring churches that John, the bailiff of the precentor, and John Burgeis are forbidden to enter church doors for contumacy shewn, and also to summon them to appear before him. William Maydefowel de Rewardyn is sentenced to public penitence, also certain others who abetted him in violating a sequestration.

Johannes de Castro Ricardi, venerabilis patris, domini Thome, etc., commissarius in hac parte specialis, discreto viro, decano de Rosse, salutem, etc. Cum nos contra Johannem, ballivum precentoris ecclesie Herefordensis apud Walford, et Johannem Burgeis, super certis articulis salutem animarum suarum tangentibus legitime procedentes, dictos Johannem, ballivum, et Johannem Burgeis propter suas contumacias coram nobis contractas ab ingressu ecclesie suspenderimus, justicia exigente; quocirca vobis in virtute obediencie committimus et mandamus quatinus dictos Johannem, ballivum, et Johannem Burgeys in ecclesia parochiali de Walford et ecclesiis vicinis, diebus dominicis et festivis intra missarum solempnia sic suspensos fuisse et esse occasione premissa publice denunciatis seu faciatis denunciari, citantes nichilominus eosdem, quod compareant coram nobis aliove judice in hac parte competente proximo die juridico post festum beati Vincentis in ecclesia parochiali de Whytebourne super sibi obiciendis ex officio responsuri, etc. Moneatis insuper et efficaciter inducatis Willelmum Maydefowel de Rewardyn ad faciendam penitenciam infrascriptam a nobis sibi injunctam, videlicet quod idem Willelmus nudus, exceptis braccis et camisia, ter circa ecclesiam de Walford, ter circa ecclesiam de Rosse, ter circa ecclesiam castri Godrici, et ter apud Herefordiam ante processionem in ecclesia, cathedrali publice incedat fustigatus, pro eo et ex eo quod dictus Willelmus sequestrum per venerabilem patrem et dominum nostrum, episcopum Herefordensem, et auctoritate ipsius in fructibus et proventibus Fol. 9b. ecclesiasticis precentoris Herefordensis apud Walford interpositum fregit et injuriose violavit. Moneatis eciam Thomam Dreyelowe, Johannem Saldesowe, Rogerum Stephanies, Johannem Cokkes quod omnes et singuli, nudi exceptis braccis et camicia, ter circa ecclesiam de Walford, ter apud Rosse, ter apud castrum Godrici, solemniter et publice ante processionem incedant fustigati, et quilibet eorum incedat fustigatus, pro eo quod dicti Thomas, Johannes Saldesowe, Rogerus Stephanies, et Johannes Cokkes domum

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AD. 1334. sequestratam injuriese violarunt, blada sequestrata triturando, prout juxta confessiones suas judicialiter emissas nobis constabat ad plenum, ut Dei et dicti patris contemptum, ecclesie de Walford prejudicium, et ecclesiastice libertatis lesionem. Ac si monicionibus nostris pariter contempserint omnies et singulos supradictos ad premissa solempniter adimplenda per sentencias suspensionis et excommunicacionis de die in diem rigide compellatis. Quid autem, etc. Datum apud Wyteburne, octavo die mensis Januarii, anno Domini millesimo CCC tricesimo tercio.

May 14.- Matilda de Huntesleye is notified that the church of Letton of which she is patron, is vacant by the resignation of William de Gosintone, rector.

Thomas, etc., dilecte in Christo filie, Matilde de Hurntesleye, salutem, etc. Quia parochialis ecclesia de Lettone, tui patronatus, nostra diocesis, ut dicitur, per liberam resignacionem Willelmi de Gosyntone nupe rectoris ejusdem, a nobis acceptatam, aliquamdiu vacavit et in presenti vacare dinoscitur, tibi presentibus intimamus et denunctanus quod ad eandem ecclesiam tempore debito personam ydoneam presentes, si tua videris interesse. Datum apud Bosebury, xiv die mensis Maii, anno Domini MCCCxxxiv, etc.

May 16.- William de Gosintone sends to the bishop his resignation of the church at Letton.

Venerabili in Christo patri et domino Thome, etc. suus humilis et devotus Willelmus de Gosintone, rector ecclesie de Lettone, vestre diocesis obedienciam et reverenciam cum debito subicionis honeste. Cura animarum dicte ecclesie me iminente volens exoneram propter periculum quod iminet in eadem ipsam ecclesiam est suus puribus et pertinenciis in sacras manus vestras pure, sponte, et absolute resigno per presentes. In cujus, etc. Datum apud Clifford, xvi die mensis Maii, anno Domini MCCCxxxiv, etc.

July 16.- Commission to Richard de Sidenhale to appoint John de Clone, if found competent, to act as coadjutor to the rector of Shrewardyn, who is blind and impotent.

Thomas, etc , Ricardo de Sidenhale, officiali nostro, etc. Ex relatu quorundam nuper recepimus quod rector ecclesie de

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A.D. 1334. Serewardyn cecitate oculorum et alio morbo incurabili adeo detinetur quod ad regimen dicte ecclesie impotens merito reputatur. Et ideo vobis mandamus quatinus, si est ita, et Johannes de Clone, presbyter, lator presencium sit ydoneus ad regimen et curam ecclesie supradicte, et ydoneam prestiterit caucionem de administrando competenter bona ecclesie supradicte, et de reddendo super hiis debitam racionem, cum fuerit interpellatus, eundeum presbyterum rite auctoritate nostra, sibi detis coadjutorem juxta canonicas sancciones. Datum apud Bosebury, sexto decimo die mensis Julii, anno Domini millesimo CCC tricesimo quarto, etc.

March 16.- The king desires the bishop to have public notice given in the cathedral and other churches of sentence of excommunication passed on the felons and disturbers of the public peace, of whom complaint was lately made in parliament.

Fol. 10. Edwardus, Dei gracia rex Anglia, dominus Hibernie et dux Aquitainie, venerabili in Christo patri et eadem gracia episcopo Herefordensi salutem. Cum inter cetera nobis incumbencia pro regimine regni nostri precipue affectemus ut in dicto regno pax nostra firmiter et inviolabiliter observetur, ac communes malefactores et pacis dicte ecclesie atque nostre perturbatores, felones, manutentores felonum, et feloniarum conspiratores, falsi juratores, et falsarum querelarum assumptores, et earum manutentores juxta sua demerita puniantur, vosque pro pace dicte ecclesie, qua sine pace regni subsistere non valebit, id idem appetere et ad hoc initi velle, ut tenemini, credamus certitudinaliter et speremus, ad instanciam communitatis dicti regni per petitionem suam in parliamento nostro apud Eboracum ultimo convocato supplicantis ut de hujusmodi omnibus malefactoribus, pacis dicte ecclesie atque nostre perturbatoribus, felonibus, manutentoribus, etc., qui maximam turbacionis occasionem et pacis violacionem in dicto regno tribuunt, ordinare vellemus prout dicte ecclesie atque nobis et populo nostro dicti regni expedire melius viderimus, de consensu vestro et aliorum prelatorum et procerum et magnatum ac communitatis predicte in dicto parliamento convocatorum ordinatum extitit unanimiter et consensum quod justiciarii de utroque Banco, justiciarii ad assisas capiendas assignati, necnon justiciarii per nos in singulis comitatibus dicti regni deputandi ad inquirendum de diversis felonibus et feloniis, transgressoribus et transgressionibus, virtute dictorum concordie et consensus, de hujusmodi malefactoribus, etc.,

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A.D. 1334. tam ad sectam nostrorum quam aliorum conquirendi, etc., plenam habeant potestatem. Cum igitur Deus, pacis auctor et amator, recte nisi pacis tempore non colatur, quam patem et honorem dicte ecclesie per premissa eo celerius procurare speramus, si maliciosi jujusmodi per censuram ecclesiasticam arceantur, prout tam per vos quam ceteros prelatos ac alios regni nostri in dicto parliamento concorditer fuit consensum, vos requirimus et rogamus quod in omnes et singulos hujusmodi malefactores, etc., singulis diebus dominicis et festivis dupplicibus per annum, in ecclesia vestra cathedrali et singulis, collegiatis ac parochialibus ecclesiis vestre diocesis, majoris excommunicacionis sentenciam faciatis cononice et solempniter fulminari, et tam sic excommunicatos quam illes qui tali occasione in majoris excommunicacionis sentenciam promulgatam a sacris patribus inciderint faciatis sic excommunicatos publicari solempniter, et contra eos procedi juxta canonicas sanciones. Teste meipso apud Gloucestriam, xvj die Marcii, et anno regni nostri octavo.

A.D. 1335. April 10.- Ordinance for provision for vicars choral from the tithes of Lugwardine and its dependent chapelries, of which the dean and chapter are the patrons.

Universis sancte matris ecclesie filiis, quos infrascriptum tangit negocium vel tangere poterit in futurum, Thomas, etc. Inter ceteras solicitudinis nostre curas illam debemus precipuam reputare, per quam divinus cultus ad laudem Dei et sue genetricis magis extellitur, nostre sponse Herefordensis ecclesie honoribus adientur et ipsius utilitatibus providetur, tam vivorum quam mortuorum animarum saluti succurritur, et clerus in dicta ecclesia nostra Deo deserviens numero et merito augmentatur. Sane insituantibus nobis venerabilibus viris, decano et capitulo nostre ecclesia supradicte, ac discreto viro, domino Rogero de Breyntone, canonico et custodie capelle beate Marie, virginis, in nostra ecclesia memorata, ac eciam ex facti notorietate didicimus evidenter quod licet in ceteris ecclesiis cathedralibus et nonnullis regularibus et collegiatis in regno Anglie constitutis officium misse beate virginis Marie redditibus et possessionibus taliter sit fundatum quod ministris ipsius officii adeo de bonis temporalibus sufficienter exhibetur quod hujusmodi officio personaliter interesse, et ad tandem Dei et ipsius virginis devote et laudabiliter adimplere teneantur, in ecclesia tamen nostra predicta, officium misse in

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A.D. 1330. capella prefate virginis tam exiliter est fundatum, quod nullus ydoneus minister ad laudem Dei genitricis debite peragendam Fol. 10b. in ipsa missa nisi ex sola devotione, quo tepescit in pluribus, quod nos tedet, interesse tenetur, cum pro omnibus clericis dicte misse interessentibus non sunt assignate annuatim nisi tantumodo duo marce sterlingorum. Ex quo plerumque contingit quod in simplicibus ecclesiis parochialibus missa ferialis solempnius celebratur et ampliori ydoneorum ministrorum numero decoratur quam missa beate virginis in nostra ecclesia supradicta, in qua etiam vicariorum et precipue presbyterorum ad celebrandum pro vivis et defunctis est numerus minus sufficiens et pro officio tante ecclesie cum solempnitate debita peragendo diminutus. Fabrice insuper dicte ecclesie, quo in multis suis partibus notoriam minatur ruinam, non deputantur sufficientes redditus et proventus ex quibus possit honorifice reparari aut reparata congrue sustentari. Dicti etiam decanus et capitulum jam nituntur numerum servitorum augere, tam in dicta nostra ecclesia quam capella prefata, ut Deo et beate virgini Marie gloriose dignius et laudabilius serviatur ac pro vivis et defunctis Deo placitum sacrificium offeratur. Cum igitur assignati ad predicta tam pia opera redditus et proventus sint adeo tenues et exiles quod absque intrinseco remedio competenti premissa, non poterint sustineri, ac in hac parte onera necessaria incumbencia supportari, prefati decanus et capitulum atque custos nobis humiliter supplicarunt quod ecclesiam parochialem de Lugwardyn, nostre diocesis, cum suis capellis de Langaran, sancti Waynardi, et Henthlan, a tempore cujus principii memoria hominum non existit eidem annexis et dependentibus ab eadem, quarum ecclesie et capellarum suarum ipsi decanus et capitulum ex donacione bone memorie domino Johanne de Bohon, de licencia, domini regis Anglie illustris, et procuracione, laboribus, et expensis venerabilis viri, magistri Thome de Chaundos, archidiaconi Herefordensis, veri patroni fuerunt, et idem custos verus patronus nunc existit, ad divini minus augmentum, laudes beate virginis extollendas, numerum ministrorum in dicta ecclesia ampliandum, salutem animarum tam vivorum quam mortuorum ulterius procurandam, fabricam ejusdem ecclesie reparandam et melius sustentandam, ac ad alia pietatis opera exercenda, dicto custodi et ejus officio supradicto appropriare, unire, et in usus proprios assignare canonice curaremus. Nos igitur advertentes prefatam supplicacionem quam evidens pietas suadet, animarum

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A.D. 1330. utilitas, iminens reparacionis urget necessitas, honesta divini cultus augmentacio, alie cause rationabiles postulant exaudiri fore consonam racioni, volentes propterea ad hujusmodi appropriacionem procedere secundum canonicas sancciones, super premissis causis et eas tangentibus vocatis et premunitis omnibus querum in hac perte poterit interesse, ceteris juris solempniis observatis, inquiri fecimus diligencius veritatem, per quam inquisicionem fuit manifeste compertum prefatas causas plena veritate fulciri. Habito igitur cum prefato decano et capitulo ac nostro archidiacono Herefordensi, in cujus archidiaconatu dicta ecclesia de Lugwardyn cum capellis predictis notorie situatur, necnon specialiter magistro Henrico de Shorne, dictarum ecclesie et capellarum rectore, et cum omnibus aliis personis quarum presencia extitit necessaria in hac parte, diligent tractata et solempni sepius sepias in communi, ac omni deliberato consilio et fideli, sacris canonibus informati, ecclesie nostre cathedrali meliora proficere et presertim sponse nostre gloriose et cultis divini exaltacionem, fidei catholice et christianorum fidelium deviocionem cupientes augere, de consilio et expresso consensu omnium predictorum, auctoritate nostra pronunciamus, decernimus et declaramus prefatas causas fuisse et esse veras, sufficientes, et canonicas ac adeo racionabiles atque justas quod propter eas fuit et est ad appropriacionem et unionem dicte ecclesie de Lugwardyn cum suid capellas predictis juxta peticionem predictam canonice procedendum. Unde nos, juris ordine et solempnitate debita observatis, ac concurrentibus omnibus et singulis que in hac parte requiribuntur de jure, prefatam ecclesiam de Lugwardyn cum suis capelliis predictis eidem annexis ac dependentibus, ut premittitur, ab eisdem, etc., prefato custodi et suis officiis capelle predicte concedimus, annectimus, etc., pro subportandis omnibus infrascriptis, ita quod venerabili viro, Henrico de Schorne, ejusdem ecclesie rectore, celente vel decedente, liceat predicto custodi aut ejus officiali successori prefatam ecclesiam, etc., auctoritate propria ingredi, possidere, et licite sibi et successoribus imperpetuum retinere ex causis predictis et pro omnibus infrascriptis imperpetuum sustinendis. Cum decano et capitulo nostre ecclesie memorate solempul et diligenti tractatu canonice habito in hac parte, de ipsorum consilio, consensu, et decreto duximus ordinandum et statuendum quod nominacio of prefeccio custodis dicte capelle qui erit pro tempore ad solum decanum et capitulum nostre Herefordensis ecclesie pertineat et perpetuum debeat pertinere,

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A.D. 1330. Fol. 11. et quod quandocumque et quotiescumque dictam custodiam per mortis cessionem vel amocionem vacare contingat, quam custodiam declaramus ab antiquo fuisse et esse et in futurum esse debere dumtaxat nudum officium in nostra ecclesia antedicta, futurum custodem eligi, prefici sic debere, videlicet quod absque convocacione canonicorum absencium dicte nostre ecclesie et qualibet solempnitate alia facienda, dum tamen residentes per triduum fuerint premuniti, ille de canonicis eisdem et non alius habeatur custos capelle predicte qui a majori numero canonicorum residencium in dicta nostra ecclesia ad ipsum custodiam fuerit nominatus, qui eciam in suscepcione admittistracionis sue custodie antedicte coram ipsis decano et capitulo, sacrosanctis evangeliis tactis, juret quod fructus, redditus, et proventus dicte ecclesie de Lugwardyn et capellarum, excepta vicarii porcione per nos taxanda et ordinanda, cujus porcionis augmentacionem et diminucionem nobis et nostris successoribus specialiter reservamus, per se et alios deputandos ab eo colligi faciet et ut infra stabat fideliter dispensari, ac de eisdem et dispensacione sua dicte custodie et omnium pertinencium ad eandem fidelem racionem seu compotum dictis decano et capitulo seu aliis deputandis ab eis, cum fuerit requisitus, reddet, quatenus humana fragilitas hoc permittit, et si quod residuum fuerit de dictis fructibus, etc., deductis oneribus infrascriptis, illud per visum et ordinacionem dictorum decani et capituli custodi dicte fabrice plene solvet, et quod, si decanus et capitulum dictum custodem ex ea viderint amovendum, causa ipsa inter residentes in communi tractata et approbata per eos vel majorem partem numero eorundem, ipsum custodem absque alia solempnitate quacumque amoveant, a qua amocione non liceat sibi amoto aliqualiter appellare sed idem sic amotus statim post amocionem suam dicte custodie cedere teneatur, et hec omnia, fideliter observabit in virtute dicti sui prestiti juramenti; et extunc dicti decanus et capitulum ad nominacionem et prefeccionem alterius custodis dicte capelle libere in predicta forma procedant; ipse autem custos ut supradicitur sic prefectus singulis annis durante sua custodia, pro ipsius administracione et labore centum solidos sterlingorum percipiat de fructibus, etc.

Ad hec eciam concurrentibus tractatu, consilio, consensu, et ceteris supradictis decernimus, etc., quod sint decem vicarii ultra numerum vicariorum nunc in dicta ecclesia nostra existencium, quorum decem vicariorum octo sint presbyteri, unus

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A.D. 1330. diaconus, et unus subdiaconus, in dicta ecclesia perpetui futurisque temporis ministraturi in ea, qui bene et honeste dicant et psallant horas canonicas nocturnas pariter et diurnas in choro, sicut alii vicarii nostre ecclesie memorate, et in missa virginis antedicte personaliter intersint, officium ipsius misse a principio usque ad finem in habitu chori in nostra Herefordensi ecclesia perficiant et cotidie prosequantur, et ad dicti archidiaconi dum vixerit nominacionem, et post ejus obitum libere per prefatum decanum et capitulum preficiantur tales qui per examinacionem reperti fuerint idonei, voce sonora et sciencia, precipue artis musice sufficienter imbuti, et vita laudabiles ac morum honestate preclari, quorum vicariorum quatuor presbyteri ante dictam missam solempnem ejusdem virginis et alii post ipsam missam et in ea pro pace ecclesie et salubri statu serenissimi principis, domini Edwardi, etc., domine Isabelle, matris ipsius regis, et pro animabus domini Johannis, archidiaconi predicti, omniumque fidelium defunctorum cotidie celebrabunt, quatuor dicentes de eadem virgine et alii quatuor missas et officia defunctorum, exceptis dominicis et festis duplicibus, pro quorum sustentacione singulis presbyteris septem marce, diacono sexaginta solidi, subdiacono quatuor marce, in sancti Michaelis, circumcisionis Domine annunciacionis Domine, et nativitatis beati Johannis Baptiste festorum terminis equalibus porcionibus per dictum custodem vel ejus locum tenentem persolvantur, dum tamen pactiones dicte ecclesie cum capellis eidem adjacentibus annis singulis percipiende ad ipsorum sustentacionem et altorum onerum sufficiant competenter. Prefati insuper octo presbyteri, diaconus et subdiaconus, qui dictis officiis mortuorum et aliis obsequiis, sicut alii presbyteri, diaconi, et subdiaconi nostre ecclesie, in suo gradu, singuli intererunt in choro nostre ecclesie Herefordensis, percipient omnimodas distribuciones que et prout aliis ejusdem ecclesie vicariis largiuntur ibidem, excepto pane de justrino canonicorum nostre ecclesie debito ab antiquo vicariis in dicta nostra ecclesia antiquiter constitutis horis nocturnis interessentibus certis testis, de quo pane iidem presbyteri, diaconus, et subdaconus eciam si intersint nil percipient in futurum. Et in recompensacionem diminucionis antiquorum reddituum et porcionum vicariorum antiquitus in eadem ecclesia Herefordensi preordinatorum et proexistencium per augmentacionem hujusmodi porcionum ad prefata ministeria ordinatarum dictis ejusdem ecclesie vicariis, presbyteriis et clericis, centum solidos in crastino festi sancti

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A.D. 1330. Michaelis per dictum custodem annis singulis decernimus distribuendos, de quibus canonici dicte ecclesie et prefati decem vicarii, per nos ut premittitur ordinati, nil omnino percipient. Ut autem Fol. 11b. plenior et celebrior in eadem ecclesia Herefordensi domine Johanne et archidiaconi predictorum memoria habeatur volumus, etc., quod utriusque eorum obitus divisim semel in anno memoria recenseatur cum placebo, dirige, missa, et ceteris obsequiis mortuorum, et canonicis dicte ecclesie predictis obsequiis more solito interessentibus due marce, presbyteris et ceteris clericis ejusdem ecclesie eisdem obsequiis interessentibus una marca, et pauperibus Christi adventantibus diebus singulis quingenti sterlingi seu valor eorum de fructibus, etc., singulis annis erogentur. Statuimus insuper, etc., quod totum residuum si quod fuerit fructuum, etc., in usus fabrice dicte ecclesie nostre Herefordensis et alia opera pietatis per visum et ordinacionem decani et capituli et non in alios usus convertatur, et quod quicumque in futurum custos preficiatur dicte fabrice sit canonicus tunc residens in nostra ecclesia supradicta, et quod eligatur, preficiatur, juret, et compotum seu racionem reddat, quatenus pertinet ad eandem, et amoveatur eodem modo et forma sicut de custode capelle beate virginis superius est expressum, ipsamque custodiam fabrice memorate declaramus ab antiquo fuisse et esse ac in futurum esse debere dumtaxat nudum officium in nostra ecclesia. Ordinamus insuper, etc., quod omnia et singula onera supradicta tunc demum incipiantur cum predictam ecclesiam de Lugwardyn cum capellis suis dictus custos prefate capelle in proprios usus pacifice obtinuerit et fructus integros libere perciperit ex eadem. Et si contingat quod fructus, etc., ad supportacionem onerum predictorum tempestate, casualitate, sterilitate, incursu hostili, seu quovis alio fortuito casu, quod absit, diminuantur, volumus, etc., quod stipendiorum dictorum vicariorum, diaconi et subdiaconi pro rata juxta ordinacionem decani et capituli ac custodis fiat remissio et defalcalcacio eorundem. Per prefata insuper non intendimus nostro juri et dignitati, privilegiis, juribus, libertatibus, et indulgenciis capitulo nostro concessis quomodolibet derogare. Ordinamus eciam, etc., quod ad ecclesie de Lugwardwyn, etc., perpetuam vicariam prefati decanus et capitulum nobis et successoribus nostris, etc., ydoneam personam libere perpetuo debeant presentare per nos, etc., instituendam in eadem, salvis nobis, etc., juribus et jurisdiccionibus, etc. Nos autem Stephanus, decanus, et capitulum, etc., premissis omnibus et singulis quorum intererat

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A.D. 1330. in hac parte, habito diligenti et solempni tractatu, ac concurrentibus, etc., consentimus expresse, et ea omnia, quatenus ad nos pertinet, approbamus et ratificamus et omnia confirmamus. In quorum testimonium nos Thomas, episcopus, ac decanus et capitulum sigilla nostra, etc., ad perpetuam memoriam rei geste. Datum in capitulo nostro Herefordensi, x die mensis Aprilis, anno Domini millesimo, centesimo tricesimo

BREVIA REGIA CUM RETORNIS DIVISIM AB ALIIS SCRIPTA.

Jan. 22.- Royal writ to the bishop to levy from the property of Stephen de Ledbury, dean of Hereford, and of others, forty pounds, the balance of a debt of one hundred and sixty pounds owed to Edmund, earl of Arundel.

Fol. 12. Edwardus, Dei gracia, etc., venerabili in Christo patri, Thome, etc. Mandamus vobis quod de bonis et beneficiis ecclesiasticis Stephan de Ledburi, decani de Hereford, magistri Johannis de Malmesburi, rectoris ecclesie de Herchulle, magistri Nicholai de Hagley, ut persone ecclesie de Swyndone, Ricardi de Bourne, persone ecclesie de Droxhale, et Thome de Londoniis, persone ecclesie de Michalmerche, clericorum vestre diocesis, in eadem vestra totes fiet facias xl libras de quodam debito Clx librarum, quas prefatas magister Stephanus ac alii prescripti in curia domini Edwardi nuper regis Anglie, patris nostri, coram baronibus de scaccario suo xj die Decembris, anno regni dicti patris nostri ieca octavo recognoverunt se et quemlibet corum in solidum debere Edmundo, tunc comiti Arundellie, et quas ei solvisse deliberato ad terminos dudum preteritos, prout nobis constat per aspecciotem rotulorum de scaccario nostro, et eas ei nondum solve etc., ut dicitur, et que ratione forisfacture prefati comitis ad nos pertinent. Ita quod dictas xl libras ad idem scaccarium nostrum apud Westmonasterium in clauso Pasche per aliquem de vestras nobis ibidem per forisfacturam prefati comitis solvendas, et hac breve, etc. Teste Ricardo de Notingham apud Westmonasterium, xxij die Januarii, anno regni nostro tercio.

Non est retornatum ex causa supradicta.

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A.D. 1330. Feb. 27.- Writ to distrain on Gilbert, rector of Ribbesford, and bid him appear at Westminster to meet a charge of William de Piriton.

Edwardus, etc., Thome, etc. Quia vicecomes noster comitatus Wygorniensis retornavit ad scaccarium nostrum a die purificacionis beate Marie in xv dies proximo preteritos quod Gilbertus, rector ecclesie de Ribbesford, non habet laicum feodum in ballivia sua per quod potest attachiari, ac testatum est in curia nostra coram baronibus de dicto scaccario nostro quod predictus Gilbertus in predicta diocesi vestra beneficiatus existit, vobis mandamus quod destringatis ipsum Gilbertum per beneficia sua ecclesiastica in eadem diocesi vestra, ita quod sit coram baronibus nostris apud Westmonasterium a die Pasche in xv dies ad respondendum Willelmo de Piriton, clerico dilecti et fidelis nostri Ade de Herwyntone, cancellarii de eodem scaccario nostro, de lxvi sol. viii den. et de xx sol. quos ei debet et injuste detinet, ut dicitur, sicut racionabiliter monstrare poterit quod inde respondere debet. Et premittatis ibidem tunc hoc breve. Teste W. de Everdone apud Westmonasterium, xxvij die Februarii, anno regni nostri quarto.

The mandate has been obeyed.

Distrinximus dominum Gilbertum, rectorem ecclesie de Ribbesford, subdiaconum, per sequestracionem fructuum beneficii sui supradicti, quod sit ad diem et locum in isto brevi contentos facturus et recepturus quod tenor ejusdem exigit et requirit.

April 27.- Writ to cause Richard Dobyn, rector of Bitterley, to appear in court to meet a charge of John de la Folde, canon of Hereford. Return that the writ has been executed.

Edwardus, etc., Thome, etc. Mandamus vobis quod venire faciatis coram justiciariis nostris apud Westmonasterium in octabis sancte Trinitatis, Ricardum Dobyn, personam ecclesie de Buterleye, clericum vestrum, ad respondendum Johanni de la Folde, canonico Herefordensi, ex placito quod reddat ei viginti et quinque libras quas ei debet et injuste detinet, ut dicit, et unde vicecomes noster Herefordensis mandavit justiciariis nostris apud Westmonasterium a die Pasche in xv dies quod predictus Ricardus clericus est et

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A.D. 1330. non habet, etc. Et habeas ibi hoc breve. Testa J. de Stonore apud West., xxvij die Aprilis, anno regni nostri quarto.

Moneri fecimus infrascriptum dominum Ricardum, rectorem ecclesie de Buterleye, nostre diocesis, sit ad diem, etc.

Feb. 9.- Writ to the bishop to have inquiry made as to the legitimacy of Beatrix, wife of John le Botiler, whose claim, to land in Herdewyk is disputed by William May on the ground that she is a bastard.

Venerabilibus viris et discretis justiciariis excellentissimi principis, etc., Thomas, etc. Breve dicti domini nostri regis nuper recepimus sub hac forma:- Edwardus, etc., Thome, etc. Cum Johannes le Botiler de Lanulat et Beatrix uxor ejus in curia nostra coram justiciaries apud Westmonasterium peterent versus Walterum Mey unum mesuagium et decem acras terre cum pertinenciis in Herdewyk juxta Longeneye in comitatu Gloucestrie ut jus ipsius Beatricis de seisina Willelmi de Parco, patris ipsius Beatricis, cujus heredem eadem Beatrix se asserit, idem Walterus venit in eadem curia nostra et dixit quod predicta Beatrix nullus heres esse potest eo quod bastarda est; et quia hujus cause cognicie ad forum spectat ecclesiasticum vobis mandamus quatinus, Fol. 12b. convocatis coram vobis convocandis, rei veritatem super hoc diligenter inquiratis, et quid inquisieritis constare faciatis justiciariis, etc. Et habeas, etc. Teste .J. de Stonore apud Westmonasterium, nono die Februarii, anno regni nostri quarto.

July 4.- The bishop replies that after formal inquiry it appears that Beatrix was of legitimate birth.

Supar contentis igitur in dicto brevi vobis constare facimus par presentes quod, vocatis vocandis per viros fidedignos juratos et diligenter examinatos per quos rei veritas melius sciri poterit et inquiri, inquisicionem fieri fecimus diligentem per quam invenimus quod dicta Beatrix de legitimo thoro et in vero conjugio, eciam per annum post juramentum inter quosdam Willelmum de Parco et Margerium de Bosco, patrem et matrem ejusdem, de actis legitime contractum et in facie ecclesie, bannis prius publice editis, et aliis de jure observandis adhibitis, solempnizatum inter eos extitit procreata et pro legitima filia et herede predicti Willelmi et Margerie, uxoris sue predicte, publico habebatur et habetur, et

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A.D. 1330. ab eisdem tanquam legitima filia alebatur. In cujus rei, etc. Datum apud Prestebury, quarto die Julii, anno Domini MCCCxxx, etc. De contentis in isto brevi inquiri fecimus diligenter, sicut in literis nostris patentibus quas vobis mittimus sub sigillo nostro clauso et pendento plenius continetur.

Feb. 27.- Receipt of Itherius de Concoreto, papal nuncio, for twelve pounds, in payment of Peter's pence for the two years 1328 and 1329.

Pateat universis quod nos Itherius de Concoreto, canonicus Sarisburiensis, domini nostri papa et apostolice sedis in Anglia nuncius ac collector quorumcumque debitorum dicti domini nostri pape et ecclesie Romane in Anglia, recepimus a reverendo patre, domino Thome, etc., duodecim libras sterlingorum in quibus eidem domino, etc., tenebatur racione denariorum beati Petri per ipsum de episcopatu Herefordensi domino nostro, etc., debitorum de annis Domini millesimo trecentesimo vicesimo octavo et vicesimo nono, videlicet pro anno MCCCxxviij sex libras et pro anno xxix alias sex libras. In cujus rei, etc. Datum Londoniis, die xxvij Februarii, anno Domini MCCCxx nono.

July 27.- Mandate to the bishop to ascertain if William de Bynyngtone is an Austin friar, as his claim to be a suitor in a civil court is disputed on that ground. The bishop replies that the order in question is exempted by papal privilege from his jurisdiction.

Edwardus, etc., Thome, etc. Sciatis quod cum Willelmus de Bynyngtone de Derby in curia nostra coram justiciariis commorantibus apud Derby arramaret quandam assisam nove disseisine versus Willelmum atte Barre et Margeriam, uxorem ejus, et Galfridum de Bynyngtone de Derby de tenemento in Derby iidem Willelmus atte Barre, Margeria, et Galfridus venerunt in eadem curia nostra et dixerunt quod predictus Willelmus de Bynyngtone non debuit ad illud breve nec ad aliquod aliud respondere. Item dixerunt quod idem Willelmus de Bynyngtone est frater professus in ordine fratrum ordinis sancti Augustini, et professus fuit in eodem ordine apud Lodelowe. Ad quod idem Willelmus de Bynyngtone tunc respondebat quod ipse nunquam fuit professus in ordine supradicto. Et quia hujusmodi cause cognicio ad forum spectat ecclesiasticum vobis mandamus, etc., constare faciatis justiciariis

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A.D. 1330. nostris apud Derby, die lune proxima post octabas sancti Michaelis, etc. Et habeas, etc. Testa W. de Herle apud Derby, xxvij die Julii anno regni nostri quarto.

Convocare non possumus convocandos nec veritatem inquirere per quos veritas melius sciri et haberi poterit de contentis in hoc brevi pro eo quod fratres ordinis sancti Augustini de Lodelowe, cujus ordinis et domus Willelmus de Bynyngtone, de quo fit mencio in hoc brevi, frater professus asseritur, per quos melius inquiri, etc., sunt sicut ceteri fratres ejusdem ordinis a nostra, jurisdiccione et districcione, quo ad premissa, aucteritate apostolica exempti penitas.

April 28.- Mandate to the bishop to cause William de Hardishulle, rector of Stratton, to appear before the justices at Westminster to answer to the plea that he owes ten pounds to William de Wiggeleie. The bishop has done what was required.

Fol. 13. Edwardus, etc., Thome, etc. Mandamus vobis quod venire faciatis coram justiciariis nostris apud Westmonasterium in octabis sancti Michaelis Willelmum de Hardishulle, personam ecclesie de Strattone, clericum vestrum, ad respondendum Willelmo de Wiggeleie de Lodelowe de placito quod reddat ei decem libras quas ei debet et injuste detinet, ut dicit. Et unde vicecomes noster Salopsie mandavit, etc., quod clericus est et non habet laicum feodum, etc. Et habeatis, etc. Teste J. de Stonore apud Westmonasterium, xxviij die Aprilis, anno regni nostri iiij.

Moneri fecimus magistrum Willelmum de Hardishulle, personam ecclesie de Strattone in Strattonesdale, in ipsa sua ecclesia, quod sit ad diem et locum in hoc brevi contentis facturus quod breve in se exigit et requirit.

A.D. 1331. Jan. 30.- Mandate to cause John de Grette, vicar of Little Hereford, to appear before the justices at Westminster to answer to the plea of William de Harleye that he, with other executors of Reginald de la Mare, is in debt to him of three hundred pounds. The bishop has warned him to appear.

Edwardus, etc., Thome, etc. Mandamus vobis quod venire faciatis coram, justiciariis nostris apud Westmonasterium a die Pasche in tres septimanas Johannem de Grette, vicarium de parva Hereford, executorem testamenti Reginaldi de la Mare, clericum

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A.D. 1331. vestrum, ad respondendum Willelmo Burge de Harley de placito quod ipse simul cum Hugone de la Gaye et Nicholao de Yattone, capollano, executoribus predicti Reginaldi testamenti predicti, reddat ei trescentas libras quas eidem injuste detinet ut dicit. Et unde vicecomes noster Herefordie mandavit, etc., a die sancti Hillarii in xv dies, etc. Teste J. de Stonore apud Westmonasterium, xxx die Januarii, anno regni nostri quinto.

Monuimus et citavimus Johannem de Grette, etc., quod sit ad diem et locum in hoc brevi contentis, etc.

Feb. 4.- Mandate to the bishop to levy on the abbot and convent of Dore, collectors in the diocese of Hereford of the tenth granted by the clergy to the king, certain sums still unpaid, or to cause the persons named to appear before the barons of the exchequer at Westminster to shew their receipt for the same, if they have any. The writ arrived too late to be executed.

Edwardus, etc., Thomas, etc. Constat nobis per inspeccionem rotulorum de scaccario nostro quod abbas et conventus de Dore, collectores decime nobis a clero regni nostri primo anno concesse in diocesi Herefordensi, oneratur in compoto suo ad dictum scaccarium nostrum de eadem decima reddito in summis subscriptis, videlicet de xiv s. viij d. de spiritualibus vicarii de Dudelebury, et de lvij s. viii d, pro spiritualibus priorisse de Wroxhale, et de viij s. viij d. pro spiritualibus receptis de parva Wenlac, et de viij s. viij d. pro spiritualibus Rogeri de Hanewode, et de xx s. pro spiritualibus rectoris de Forda, et de x s. pro spiritualibus receptis de Husintone; de quibus summis eisdem subcollectoribus nullatenus est satisfactum, ut dicunt; et ideo vobis mandamus quod nisi debitores predicti racionabiliter monstrare poterunt coram vobis se prius inde satisfecisse de bonis spiritualibus eorundem clericorum in diocesi vestra, fieri faciatis denarios predictos particulariter ut predictum est, et eos prefatis collectoribus solvi et haberi faciatis indilate, ut nobis inde ad scaccarium nostrum ad certum diem quem eis prefiximus ibidem plene et integre possint respondere. Et si qui acquietancias inde vobis ostendant, prefigatis eis diem quod sint coram baronibus de scaccario nostro apud Westmonasterium, a die Pasche in xv dies, ad recipiendum super acquietanciis illud quod justicia suadebit, et levacioni denariorum in dictis acquietanciis contentorum interim supersedeatis. Et quid inde feceritis baronibus de dicto scaccario nostro ad dictos diem et locum distincte et aperte constare faciatis, et

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A.D. 1331. remittatis ibi hoc breve. Testo H. de Scrope aped Westmonasterium, iiij die Februarii, anno regni nostri quinto.

Istud breve adeo tarde nobis venit quod nullo modo propter brevitatem temporis exequi potuimus quo continentur in eodem.

A.D. 1330. Oct. 6. The archbishop of Arles, the pope's chamberlain, announces that the bishop's proctor has in his name visited the papal court as requtied by usage for the three years past, but has made no offering nor promise.

Universis presentes literas inspecturis Gasbertus, permissione divina Arelatensis archiepiscopus, domini pape camerarius, salutem in Domino. Universitati vestre tenore presencium innotescat quod cum venerabilis pater, Thomas, etc., teneatur de triennio in triennium, curia existento citra montes, sedem apostolicam visitare, sedem ipsam pro uno triennio proximo nunc transacto per discretum virum, magistrum Ricardum de Thormertone, clericum procuratorem suum ad hoc specialiter constitutum, cum devocione debita visitavit. Nichil tamen idem procurator visitacionis hujusmodi nomine obtulit seu promisit. In cujus rei, etc. Datum Avinione, die sexta mensis Octobris, anno Domini MCCCxxx, pontificatus sanctissimi patris et domini nostri, domini Johannis, divina providencia pape xxii anno quintodecimo.

A.D. 1331. July 13.- Mandate to the bishop as in the writ of the 4th February. The reply is that quittances were shewn except in the case the prioress of Wroxhale, who has no ecclesiastical property in the diocese.

July 20.- Mandate to levy various amounts due from the abbot of Wigmore, collector in the eighth year of Edward II in the diocese of the tenth granted by the clergy.

Fol. 13b. Edwardus, etc., Thome, etc. Constat nobis per inspeccionem, etc., quod abbas de Wiggemore, nuper collector decimarum, etc., oneratur de summis subscriptis, videlicet domino Edwardo, nuper regi Anglie, patri nostro, anno regni sui viij, oneratur de xx s pro capella de Forde, et de D s. pro ecclesia de Alberbury, et quod idem abbas, collector decime dicto patri nostro a clero anno regni sui x concesse, oneratur de ij s. pro ecclesia de Quatford, et de xxj s. iij d. pro porcione David de Pontesbury, et de x s. viij d.

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A.D. 1331. pro portione Roberti de Ratford, et de l s. pro ecclesia de Alberbury, et de xx s. pro capella de Forde. Et similiter quod idem abbas, collector decime clero Anglie imposite et dicto patri nostro anno regni sui xiij concesse, oneratur de xxj s. iij d. pro porcione David de Pontesbury, et de x s. viij d. pro porcione Roberti in Pontesbury. Et quod idem abbas, etc., anno xiv oneratur de l s. pro ecclesia de Monte Gomeri, et de xx s. pro capella de Forde. Et quod idem abbas, collector decime hiemalis clero Anglie per dominum Johannem papam xxij imposite et eidem patri nostro concesse, oneratur de xx s. pro capella de Forde, et de ij s. viij d., pro porcione priorisse de Wroxhale in ecclesia sancti Martini, Herefordie, pro primo anno solucionis ejusdem decime, et de xl s. pro ecclesie de Dorsintone, et de xxix s, iiij d. pro ecclesia de Staundone, et de xl s. pro porcione magistri Petri de Sabiris in ecclesia de Bromyard, et de xxxij s. iiij d. pro porcione domini Poncii in archidiaconatu Herefordensi, et de xvj s. pro porcione magistri Rogeri de Sevenake, et de xl s. pro ecclesia de Bosebury, et de ij marc pro porcione vicarii de Stottisdone, et de viij d. pro porcione decani de Bruges in ecclesia de Stottisdone, et de x s. pro ecclesia de Abberhulle, et de ij d. ob. pro porcione vicarii de Stottisdone, et de viij d. pro porcione prioris de Herefordia, et de iij d. ob. q. pro porcione rectoris de Conode, et de viij s. viij d. pro ecclesia de Dolda, et de iij d. pro porcione Ricardi de Eytone, et de ij s. pro porcione Hugonis de la Penne, et de xxj s. iiij d. pro porcione Nicholai in ecclesia de Pontisbury, et de xij s. pro ecclesia de Polrebach, et de viij s. viij d. pro capella de Hanewode, et de xx s. pro capella de Forde, et de ix s. iiij d. pro porcione vicarii in ecclesia de Castro Episcopi, et de xs. viij d. pro ecclesia de Wentenore, et de vj d. pro porcione abbatis Salopie, et de iij d. ob. q. pro porcione rectoris ecclesie de Conode, et de viij s. viij d. pro porcione Roberti in ecclesia in Castro de Holgod, et de i marc pro rectore ecclesie de Dorwydisleye, et de ij s. viij d. pro priorissa de Wroxhale, pro anno secundo colleccionis ejusdem decime; de quibus summis eidem collectori nullatenus est satisfactum, ut dicit. Et ideo vobis mandamus, etc., ad scaccarium nostrum apud Westmonasterium a die sancti Michaelis in unum mensem, etc. Teste H. le Scrope apud Westmonasterium, xx die Julii, anno regni nostri quinto.

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A.D. 1331. Oct. 10.- Mandate to levy from the ecclesiastical goods of Ralph, rector of Eastham, sixty shillings due to the crown for a fine.

Fol. 14. Edwardus, etc., Thome, etc. Quia Radulphus, persona ecclesie de Estham, clericus est, etc., vobis mandamus quatinus de bonis et beneficiis ecclesiasticis ejusdem Radulphi in diocesi vestra levari faciatis lx s. quos nobis debet pro fine de tenementis; ita quod denarios habeatis ad scaccarium, etc., in crastino sancti Hillarii per aliquem de vestris ibidem solvendos, et hoc breve, etc. Teste H. de Scrope apud Westmonasterium, x die Octobris, anno regni nostri quinto.

Nov. 8.- Mandate to cause Robert de la Felde, rector of Colewall, to appear at Westminster to answer to the plea of Thomas Coke, draper of London, that he owes him forty shillings. The reply is that he has been warned to appear and that goods have been sequestrated to the value of five shillings.

Edwardus, etc., Thome, etc. Mandamus vobis, sicut pluries vobis mandavimus, quod venire faciatis coram, etc., in octabis sancti Hillarii. Robertum de la Felde, personam ecclesie de Colewall, clericum vestrum, ad respondendum Thome Coke de Londoniis, draper, de placito quod reddat ei xl s., duos ei debet, etc., et predictus Robertus clericus est, etc. Et sciatis quod nisi hoc mandatum plenius exequamini graviter ad vos capiemus. Et habeatis, etc. Teste W. de Herle apud Westmonasterium, viij Novembris, anno regni nostri quinto.

Monimutis et civitavimus dominum Robertum, personam suprascriptam, quod sit ad diem et locum, etc., et nichilominus sequestravimus de bonis ejusdem ad valenciam v s., ad que nondum prsentimus emptores.

A.D. 1333. Jan. 27.- Mandate to inquire if Juliana was the legitimate wife of William Craketet.

Edwardus, etc., Thome, etc. Cum Juliana quo fuit uxor Willelmi Cricketet, in curia nostra, etc., peteret versus Johannem de Anseye terciam partem sex acrarum terre cum pertinenciis in Webetone ut dotem suam, idem Johannes venit in eadem curia et dixit quod predicta Juliana non debet inde dotem habere quia dixit quod eadem Juliana nunquam fuit predicto Willelmo legitimo

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A.D. 1333. matrimonio copulata. Ad quod eadem Juliana, repplicando dixit quod ipsa, desponsata fuit eidem Willelmo ad ostium capelle de Webetone in diocesi vestra. Et quia hujusmodi cause, etc., diligenter inquiratis. Et quid inde, etc., apud Westmonasterium a die Pasche in tres septimanas, etc. Teste W. de Herle apud Westmonasterium, xxvij die Januarii, anno regni nostri sexto.

March 2.- Mandate to distrain on the goods of Thomas de Cloune, parson of Hopesay, who rented from the crown various castles and lands formerly belonging to Roger Mortimer, and has not paid the rents due.

Edwardus, etc., Thome, etc. Cum iiij die Februarii, anno regni nostri quinto, per literas nostras patentes de magno sigillo nostro signatas commiserimus Thome de Cloune, persone ecclesie de Hopeseye, vestre diocesis, castrum de Keneulles et terram de Malenych et castrum de Olvoreyn et terram et castrum de Chirk cum pertinenciis que fuerunt Rogeri de Mortuomari, nuper inimici et rebellis nostri, habenda a predicto iiij die Februarii per unum annum proximo sequentem completum, reddendo inde ad scaccarium nostrum extentam inde factam vel faciendam, et CC marcas ultra extentam predictam, et idem Thomas de eadem extenta nobis hactenus respondere ac predictos denarios nobis solvere non curaverit hucusque, vobis mandamus quatinus distringatis, etc., ita quod, etc., in crastino clausi Pasche, etc., et interim, etc., levari faciatis predictos denarios, etc. Teste H. le Scrope apud Westmonasterium, secundo die Marcii, anno regni nostri sexto.

Fol. 14b. March 7.- Writ identical with that of 20th July last, except that the convent and abbot of Wigmore are called sub-collectors.

Jan. 31.- Writ identical with that of 10th October respecting Ralph, rector of Eastham. Reply that goods to the value of ten shillings have been sequestrated, but no buyer found.

April 30.- Mandate to sequestrate more from the goods of Ralph of Eastham. The ten shillings already sequestrated are sent, but no more can be raised at present.

April 30.- Further mandate to distrain upon the goods of Thomas de Cloune.

50 Registrum Thome de Charlton.

A.D. 1333. May 13.- Renewed inquiry respecting the status of Juliana, called the wife of William Criketot.

Edwardus, etc., Thome, etc. Cum Juliana que fuit uxor Willelmi Criketot, etc., peteret versus Johannem de Anseye, etc.
[ut supra], vobis mandaverimus quod, etc., inquireretis et quid inde inquisissetis constare faceretis, etc., vos nichil inde fecistis, nec breve nostrum, etc., misistis sicut vobis mandatum est. Et ideo vobis mandamus, sicut alias vobis mandavimus, etc., inquiratis, et quid inde inquisieritis, etc. a die sancti Johannis Baptiste in xv dies, etc. Et sciatis nisi hoc mandatum plenius exequamini graviter ad vos capiemus, et habeatis ibi hoc breve. Teste W. de Herle apud Westmonasterium, xiij die Maii, anno regni nostri sexto.

July 6.- Reply that on inquiry it appears that she was not legally married to William Criketot.

Fol. 15. Venerabilis viris et discretis, domini regis Anglie illustris justiciariis apud Westmonasterium, Thomas, etc. Breve dicti domini nostri regis nuper recepimus in hoc verba:- Edwardus, etc.
[ut supra]. Super igitur contentis in dicto brevi per viros fidedignos et testes ad hoc juratos et diligenter examinatos, convocatis ad hoc convocatis, inquisivimus et invenimus quod ipsa Juliana, de qua in dicto brevi tit mencio, nunquam fuit Willelmo Criketot, in ipso brevi nominato, legitimo matrimonio copulata seu legitime desponsata, et id vobis et omnibus quorum interest in hac parte constare facimus per has patentes nostras literas nostro sigillo consignatas. Datum apud Malmeshulle Laci, vj die mensis Julii, anno Domini MCCCxxxij.

De contentis in isto brevi inquiri fecimus diligenter sicut in literis nostris patentibus quas vobis mittimus sub sigillo nostro pendente plenius continetur.

June 5.- Mandate respecting John de Malmesbury and others as in writ of 22nd January, 1330. Reply that it arrived too late to be executed.

Sept. 21.- Writ of July 20, repealing the mandate of the 22nd January, 1330. Reply that goods of Stephen of Ledbury have been sequestrated to the value of two marks. The other persons named are not in the bishop's jurisdiction.

Apud Prestebury, xxj die Septembris, anno Domini millesimo CCCxxxij, dominus recepit quoddam breve concordans in omnibus

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A.D. 1333. brevi huic proximo superius, contingens magistrum Stephanum de Ledebury, decanum Herefordensem, et alios ut supra, hoc addito post ista verba ipsius comitis solvendos. Et unde significastis ad scaccarium nostrum a die sancti Johannis Baptiste proximo preterito in xv dies, quod breve nostrum alias vobis inde directum adeo tarde vobis liberatum fuit quod illud exequi non potuistis. Et habeatis ibi hoc breve. Et hoc excepto quod istud breve est retornabile in crastino sancti Michaelis sub data. Teste H. le Scrope apud Westmonasterium, xx die Julii, anno regni nostri sexto.

Sequestravimus de bonis, etc., magistri Stephani de Ledebury, etc., ad valenciam duarum marcarum ad que nondum invenimus emptores. Persone alie in isto brevi contente non sunt de nostra jurisdiccione, et ideo nichil exequi potuimus contra eos.

Nov. 14.- Further mandate to levy fifty shillings from the goods of Ralph of Eastham. The bishop has sequestrated to the value of ten shillings more, but there are no purchasers.

Jan. 23.- Mandate to cause John de Cyrcestria, late vicar of Lidney, to appear at Westminster to answer to the plea of Robert de Huile that he owes him thirty marks. Reply that he has been warned to appear.

Fol. 15b. Edwardus, etc., Thome, etc. Mandamus vobis quod venire faciatis coram justiciariis apud Westmonasterium a die Pasche in xv dies Johannem de Cyrcestria, nuper vicarium ecclesie de Lydeneye, clericum vestrum, ad respondendum Roberto de Huile, clerico, de placito quod reddat ei triginta marcas que ei a retro sunt de annuo redditu decem marcarum quas ei debet, ut dicit. Et unde vicecomes noster Gloucestrie, etc. Et habeatis, etc. Teste W. de Herle, apud Westmonasterium, xxiij die Januarii, anno regni nostri sexto.

Citavimus et monuimus Johannem, etc., quod sit ad diem et locum, etc.

Dec. 15.- Mandate to levy forty pounds on the goods of Elias Walewayne, rector of Stoke Edith, which are owing to John Vampage. The bishop has distrained to the value of twelve shillings and fourpence, but can find no more goods to distrain on.

Edwardus, etc., Thome, etc. Cum Elias Walewayne, persona ecclesie de Stoke Edith, vestre diocesis, solvisse debuerit Johanni

52 Registrum Thome de Charlton.

A.D. 1333. Vampage quadraginta libras in festo Pasche proximo preterito, sicut constat nobis per inspeccionem rotulorum cancellarie nostro, quas nondum solvit, ut dicitur, vobis mandamus quod predictam pecuniam levari faciatis, ita quod eam habeatis in cancellaria nostra in quindena Pasche proximo future, ubicumque, etc., et hoc nullatenus omittatis. Et habeatis, etc. Teste meipso apud Eboracum, xi die Decembris, nano regni nostri sexto.

Sequestravimus de bonis ecclesiasticis Elye Walewayne, etc., ad valenciam xii s. iv d., ad que nondum invenimus emptores; plura autem bona ipsius in nostra diocesi ad presens non invenimus ad sequestrandum.

Feb. 23.- Mandate to levy the fifty shillings still due from Ralph, rector of Eastham, surprise being expressed at the delay to do so. The bishop sends ten shillings, but can raise no more at present.

March 3.- Mandate to levy more from Stephen de Ledbury and others as in the writ of 22nd January, 1330. The bishop sends twenty-six shillings and eightpence, but can raise no more.

Fol. 16. March 7.- Mandate respecting the abbot and convent of Wigmore, as in the writ of 4th February, 1332, to the same effect.

The bishop replies that he has no jurisdiction as to the chapel of Ford and the convent of Alberbury, and that Quatford is not in his diocese. In other cases receipts will be produced at Westminster.

Prohibitum est nobis per breve domini nostri regis ne in capella de Forde in hoc brevi contenta aliquam jurisdiccionem exerceamus; prior et conventus de Alberbury ecclesiam de Alberbury in proprios habent usus et a jurisdiccione nostra cum rebus suis sunt exempti. Ecclesia de Quatford non est in diocesi nostra. Rectores ecclesiarum de Bolda et de Pulrebache, de Whethull, et de Wentenore, ae porcionarii porcionis Roberti in ecclesia de Castro Holegod nobis acquietancias decimarum in hoc brevi contentarum ostendebant, quibus diem prefiximus, etc. In ceteris autem ecclesiis et porcionibus in hoc brevi contentis citra autumpnum futurum nichil levari potest nisi tamen pro missis cotidianis et aliis necessariis divinis officiis celebrandis in eisdem.

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A.D. 1333. July 27.- The bishop is desired to send to the barons of the exchequer a statement of the pensions or charges on churches in his diocese belonging of old to the Hospitallers, as also on those which were transferred to them from the property of the Templars. The return is sent.

Fol. 16b. Edwardus, etc., Thome, etc. Volentes certis de causis quod thesaurarius et barones de scaccario nostro cerciorentur quas ecclesias, pensiones, seu porciones in ecclesiis dilectus nobis in Christo prior hospitalis sancti Johannis Jerosolomitani in Anglia habet in proprios usus in diocesi vestra, tam videlicet taxatas ad decimam cum clero quam non taxatas et que inde ad ipsum hospitale et que ad magistrum et fratres milicie Templi in Anglia ab antiquo spectabant, et de vero aunuo valore cujuslibet earundem ecclesiarum, pensionum, et porcionum, vobis mandamus quod habita super eo instruccione pleniori prefatos thesaurarium, etc., apud Eboracum in octabis sancti Michaelis distincte et aperte reddatis certiores hoc breve ibidem remittentes. Teste magistro R. de Ayllestone, archidiacono Derbeiensi, thesaurario nostro, apud Eboracum, xxvij die Julii, anno regni nostri septimo.

Ad ipsum Hospitale. Ecclesia de Suttone Michaelis v. marc.; ecclesia de Oxenhale viij marc; capella de Bolstone xx s.; ecclesia de Wombrugge v marc; capella de Clya sancte Margarete di. marc; capella de Calewe x s.; pensio in ecclesia de Bromptone xx s.; capella, de Harewode nichil valet.

Ad magistrum et fratres milicie Templi. Ecclesia de Cardyntone xx marc; ecclesia de Garewy cum capella de Stantone x marc.

Oct. 11.- Mandate to levy money for the debt of 150 7s. 1d. to the Crown of Thomas de Clone, rector of Hopesay, on account of estates formerly belonging to Roger Mortimer. The bishop has sequestrated to the value of forty shillings, but has found no purchasers.

Edwardus, etc., Thome, etc. Mandamus vobis quod de bonis, etc. Thome de Clone, persona ecclesie de Hopesay, etc., fieri faciatis Cl li. vij s. j d. quos nobis debet de extentis castri de Keneules, etc., et terra de Malonyth, castri de Dolvoryn et terre de Kedewyng ac castri et terre de Chirk que fuerunt Rogeri de Mortuomari, nuper comitis Marchie, ita quod denarios illos habeatis ad idem scaccarium nostrum apud Eboracum in crastino sancti

54 Registrum Thome de Charlton.

A.D. 1333. Nicholai, etc. Et habeatis, etc. Teste H. le Scrope apud Eboracum, xj die Octobris, anno regni nostri septimo.

Sequestravimus de bonis, etc. Thome, rectoris intrascripti, pro debito in hoc brevi contento ad valenciam xl s., ad que nondum adhuc invenimus emptores; plura, autem bona ipsius Thome in diocesi nostra ad presens non invenimus.

A.D. 1334. March 1.- Another mandate as to the payment of the arrears of the convent of Dore, late collectors of the tenth (v. p. 45). The bishop has no jurisdiction over the chapel of Ford; in other cases he has acted as required.

Constat nobis, etc. Et ideo vobis mandamus sicut pluries quod, etc., fieri faciatis, etc. Et si qui acquietancias, etc., apud Eboracum a die Pasche in xv dies, etc. Et quid inde feceritis, etc. Et remittatis, etc. Teste H. le Scrope apud Eboracum, primo die Marcii, anno regni nostri octavo. Per rotulum compoti decime predicte et rotulum de particulis taxacionis honorum spiritualium in diocesi Herefordensi ad scaccarium in thesaurio existencium.

Prohibitum est nobis per breve domini nostri regis ut in ecclesia de Forda in hoc brevi contenta aliquam jurisdiccionem exerceamus. Cetere vero persone in hoc brevi contente ostendebant acquietancias, quibus prefiximus diem quod sint coram baronibus de scaccario apud Eboracum a die Pasche in xv dies ad recipiendum super eisdem acquietanciis quod justicia suadebit.

Fol. 17. Feb. 26.- Mandate to the bishop to cause John de la Chaumbre to appear at York to render his account of the treasure and jewels belonging to Roger de Mortimer at the time of his arrest. Reply that Johnn de la Chaumbre has no benefice in the diocese on which there could be distraint.

Edwardus, etc., Thome, etc. Quira Johannes de la Chaumbre, clericus, beneficiatus est in ecclesia vestra cathedrali Herefordensi, et non habet laicum feodum, etc., vobis mandamus quod destringatis, etc., ita quod sit coram, etc., apud Eboracum a die Pasche in unum mensem cum omnibus compotum suum tangentibus, una cum Johanne de Byngestone et Johanne de Watenhull qui eundem diem habent, ibidem de thesauro et jocalibus que Rogerus de Mortuo Mari, nuper comes Marchie, habuit tempore arrestacionis sue in Wallia, Marchwallia, et alibi de tempore quo ipsi Johannes, Johannes, et Johannes assignati fuerunt per commissionem nostram

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A.D. 1334. ad supervidendum thesaurum et jocalia predicta et ad ea in manum nostram capienda et salvo custodienda donec aliud a nobis inde haberent in mandatis; et compotum inde nondum reddiderunt. Et habeatis, etc. Teste H. le Scrope apud Eboracum, xxvj die Februarii, anno regni nostri octavo.

Johannes de la Chaumbre infrascriptus nullum habet beneficium ecclesiasticum in diocesi nostra quod sciatur, ubi potest distringi.

Feb. 8.- Another writ to the same effect as before respecting Ralph, parson of Eastham (v. p. 48). The bishop sends twenty shillings. No more can be had.

A like writ to the same effect and like reply.

June 30.- Another writ as to Stephen de Ledbury and others as before (v. p. 40). The bishop has sequestrated goods of Stephen to the value of two marks, but there are no purchasers. The others named have no benefices in the diocese.

Oct. 18.- Mandate to sequestrate goods of the prior of Monmouth in payment of a debt of twenty pounds adjudged by the justices for damages to Thomas Talbot, whose rights as patron to present to the vicarage of Goodrich Castle were wrongfully resisted by the prior.

Fol. 17b. Edwardus, etc., Thome, etc. Mandamus vobis quod de bonis, etc., prioris de Monemutha in diocesi vestra fieri faciatis libras, etc., coram justiciariis nostris apud Eboracum in octabis sancti Hillarii ad reddendum Thome Talbot, que ei in curia nostra, etc., adjudicate fuerunt pro dampnis qua habuit occasione quod predictus prior eum injuste impediit presentare idoneam personam ad vicariam ecclesie de Castel Godrich, que vacat et ad suam spectat donacionem, prout per quandam inquisicionem coram dilecto et fideli nostro Willelmo de Shareshull apud Herefordiam nuper inde inter eos captam convictum fuit; et unde vicecomes noster Herefordie mandavit justiciariis nostris apud Eboracum in octabis sancti Michaelis quod predictus prior clericus est, etc. Et habeatis, etc. Teste W. de Herle apud Eboracum; xviij die Octobris, anno regni nostri octavo; rotulus lxiij. Brighte.

Sequestravimus in bonis, etc., de valencia l s., ad que nondum invenimus emptores; plura bona dicti prioris adhuc non invenimus sequestranda.

56 Registrum Thome de Charlton.

A.D. 1333. Feb. 9.- Another writ as to Stephen de Ledbury to the same effect. The bishop sends two marks, and has further sequestrated to the value of twenty shillings, but as yet there are no purchasers.

June 18.- Mandate as to the pensions and charges on churches of the Hospitallers and Templars as on July 27th preceding, with similar return. Also a further question as to the arrears for the last four years of the moiety of the first fruits granted to the king by Pope John XXII. As to this, no reply is sent.

Excellentissimo principi, etc., Thomas, etc. Breve vestrum regium nuper recepimus in hec verba:- Edwardus, etc., Thome, etc. Ob certas, causas volentes cerciorari quas ecclesias et que beneficia dilecti nobis in Christo prior et fratres hospitalis sancti Johannis Jerosolomitani in Anglia tenent (ut supra, p. 53), necnon quantum de primis primis fructibus beneticiorum in regno nostro infra quadriennium jam elapsum quos felicis recordacionis Johannes, papa xxij, sedi apostilice reservavit et nobis pro medietate concessit, per collectores fructuum predictorum in dicta diocesi vestra est levatum; et quantum adhuc inde a retro existit et per quos illud quod sit a retro est debetur, vobis mandamus quod vos de premissis viis et modis quibus melius expedire videritis plenius informetis, et nos inde sub sigillo vestro distincte et aperte citra festum nativitatis beate Marie, virginis, proximo futurum certificetis, et hoc nullatentus omittatis. Teste meipso aped Novum Castrum super Tynam, xviij die Junii, anno regni nostri novo.

Aug. 24.- Mandate to the bishop to compel payment of arrears due to the abbot of Wigmore, collector in the diocese of the tenth granted by the clergy to the king.

Edwardus, etc., Herefordensi episcopo, etc. Mandamus vobis quod destringatis et per censuras ecclesiasticas compellatis omnes illos clericos de diocesi vestra quos dilectus nobis in Christo abbas de Wiggemor, collector decime nobis a clero in diocesi Herefordensi concesse, vobis nominabitur, cujuscumque status et condicionis fuerint, ad reddendum eidem abbati omnia debita que ei debent de decima predicta, sicut dominus abbas racionabiliter monstrare poterit coram vobis ea debita ei deberi, ne per vestrum defaltum

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A.D. 1335. remaneat quominus dictus abbas nobis ad scaccarium nostrum ad dictum diem quem ei prefiximus de debitis predictis plene et integre valeat responder. Et quid feceritis, etc., constare faciatis, et remittatis, etc. Teste venerabili patre, H., Lincolniensi, thesaurario nostro apud Eboracum, xxiiij die Augusti, anno regni nostri nono.

The bishop sends a list of those who have been excommunicated for non-payment of the tenth. The prior of Alberbury is exempted from his jurisdiction.

Fol. 18. Abbates, priores et alias personas infrascriptas pro non solucione decime a clero in diocesi nostra Herefordensi domino nostro regi concesse excommunicari et excommunicatos denunciari fecimus, videlicet rectorem ecclesie de Montegomeri pro xxv d.; rectorem ecclesie de Hanewode pro iiij s. iiij d.; abbatem de Gracia Dei pro xvi s. iiij d. ob.; priorem de Crassewale pro xvi d.; priorissam de Cochull pro ix d. ob.; rectorem ecclesie de Aston Botal pro x s.; Walterum de Londoniis, prebendarium de Brugge, pro vj s. v d. q.; Johannem de Lukes, prebendarium ibidem, pro xii s. viij d.; rectorem ecclesie de Conede, pro v d. ob.; priorissam nigrarum monacharum de Brewode pro xx d. q.; Willelmum de Scheyntone, prebendarium de Brugge, pro ij s. v d. ob.; Nicholaum de Londoniis, prebendarium ibidem, pro iiij s. vi d. ob.; Willelmum de Tauntone, prebendarium ibidem, pro ij s. x d.; abbatem de Buldewas pro xv s. v d. q.; priorem de Prene pro viij s. vj d. Prior vero de Alberbury, cujus decima se extendit ad lvij s. vij d., exemptus est a jurisdiccione nostra ordinaria, ideo commissarius noster nullas censuras ecclesiasticas contra eum audebat fulminare. Et propter brevitatem temporis ulteriorem processum contra eum facere nequivimus.

Nov. 3.- Mandate to cause Nicholas de Glazeleye, parson of Glazeleye, to appear at York before the justices to answer a plea of Elena de St. George, that he, as executor of Henry de St. George, owes her twenty pounds. Nicholas has been duly warned to appear.

Edwardus, etc., Thome, etc. Mandamus vobis quod venire faciatis coram justiciariis apud Eboracum, a die S. Hillarii in xv dies, Nicholaum de Glaseleye, personam ecclesie de Glaseleye, executorem testamenti Henrici de St. Georgio, clericum vestrum, ad respondendum Elene de St. Georgio de placito quod ipso simul

58 Registrum Thome de Charlton.

A.D. 1335. cum Blesia, que fuit uxor Henrici de St. Georgio, executore predicti testamenti, reddat ei viginti libras quas ei injuste detinet, ut dicit. Et unde vicecomes noster Salopie alias mandavit justiciariis, etc., quod clericus est, etc. Et habeas, etc. Teste Johanne de Stonore aped Eboracum, tertio die Novembris, anno regni nostro nono.

Monuimus et citavimus dominum Nicholaum, personam infrascriptam, quod sit ad diem et locum, etc.

Oct. 18.- Mandate to levy certain sums due to the abbot of Wigmore as collector in the diocese of the tenth granted by the clergy to the king. No return.

Edwardus, etc., Thome, etc. Constat nobis per inspeccionem rotulorum de scaccario nostro quod abbas de Wygemore, collector decime, etc., in compoto suo, etc., oneratur de xxv s. pro ecclesia de Monte Gomeri; de iiij d. ob. q. pro porcione rectoris de Conede in ecclesia de Chetyntone; et de ij s. pro porcione prebende Hugonis de la Penne in parochia de Quatford; de ij s. pro porcione prebende Johannis de Lukes; et de iij d. ob. q. pro porcione rectoris de Conede in ecclesia de Esthope; de xxvj s. viij d. pro ecclesia de Gardyntone; de xiij s. iiij d. pro ecclesia sancti Michaelis; et de vj s. pro ecclesia de Dunre; de quibus summis eidem collectori nondum est satisfactum, ut dicit. Et ideo vobis mandamus quod a bonis, etc., fieri faciatis denarios predictor, etc. Et si acquietancias, etc., prefigatis eis diem quod sint ad scaccarium nostrum apud Eboracum in octabis S. Hillarii, etc. Et quid inde feceritis, etc. Et remittatis, etc. Teste H. le Scrope apud Eboracum, xviij die Octobris, anno regni nostra nono. Per rotuli compotum decime predicte et rotulum de particulis taxatorum bonorum spiritualium cleri Herefordensis diocesis ad dictum scaccarium nostrum in thesaurario existentem.

Fol. 19. June 28.- The king asks the bishop to procure the prayers of the clergy and people of the diocese for the success of his army against the Scotch. [1]


[1] Printed in Wilkins' Concilia, II, 576.

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A.D. 1335. July 8.- The king, occupied himself in the North with the grave dangers of the Scotch war, requests the bishop to do his best to secure the loyalty of the Welsh people in his border districts, and when necessary, to restrain by spiritual or other censures all disturbers of the peace.

Edwardus, etc., Thome, etc. Inter solicitudines varias quibus jam agentes in Scotia pro reprimenda, Scotorum inimicorum malicia, qui contra nos de guerra prodicionaliter surrexerunt, distrahimur hiis diebus id pre ceteris occupat mentem nostram ut nobis pro re publica sic agentibus in remotis inter cunctos subjectos nobis populos et presertim homines Marchie Wallie, ex quorum effrenata levitate visa sunt pluries mala plurima pervenire, pacis pulchritudo vigeat et quietis. Sperantes itaque per vestre circumspeccionis industriam pacem nostram in vestra diocesi manuteneri posse melius et servari dileccionem vestram, quam ad nos confidimus vos habere, attente rogamus quatinus dictam vestram Fol.19b. circueuntes diocesim homines illarum parcium efficaciter inducatis ut, consideratis laboribus et periclis quibus pro defensione sancte ecclesie ac regni et subditorum nostrorum jam subicimur, tranquillitatem et pacem nostram non violent aliqualiter vel infringant; set modeste se gerant in omnibus et quiete; malefactores vero et contenciosos pacis nostre perturbatores, si quos inveneritis, per gladium spiritualem et modis aliis quibus poteritis, si res exegerit, acriter repprimatis, bonos et pacificos protegatis, universis et singulis predicentes quod si qui vobis non paruerint in hac parte gravius ad eos capiemus quam si in nostra presencia talia presumpsissent, ita quod eorum pena transeat aliis in terrorem, aliter autem vos habeatis in premissis ut vestram debeamus prudenciam et diligenciam merito commendare. Teste meipso apud Karliolum, viij die Julii, anno regno nostro nono.

July 26.- Further request to the bishop to take means in concert with the leading men among the laity to meet the danger of a threatened rising of the Welsh.

Fol. 20. Edwardus, etc., Thome, etc. Inter solicitudines varias ut supra. Tractetis eciam super hiis cum nobilibus et potentibus parcium predictarum prout pro nostris commodo et honore melius videritis expedire, credentes dilecto et fideli nostro Audoeno de Monte Gomeri in hiis que vobis ex parte nostra retulerit in premissis, taliter in tante necessitatis articulo vos habentes ut vestram debeamus

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A.D. 1335. probitatem et industriam merito commendare. Testo meipso apud Karliolum, xxvj die Julii, anno regni nostri nono.

Repetition of writ of 18th June.

A.D. 1336. April 18.- Mandate to the bishop to levy from the goods of William Golafre, parson of Awre, one hundred and twenty pounds, due to John de Markeleye.

Edwardus, etc., Thome, etc. Quia Willelmus Golafre, persona ecclesie de Aure, vestre diocesis, solvisse debuit Johanni de Markeleye de Gloucestria centum et viginti libras, videlicet in festo S. Michaelis anno regni nostri sexto quadraginta libras, et in festo S. Michaelis proximo sequenti quadraginta libras, et in festo S. proximo sequenti quadraginta libras, cicut constat nobis per inspeccionem rotulorum cancellarie nostre, et eas nondum solvit, ut dicit, vobis mandamus quod, etc., levari faciatis, ita quod, etc., et hoc nullatenus omittatis. Et habeas, etc. Teste meipso apud Turrim Londoniensem, xiij die Aprilis, anno regni nostri decimo.

April 20.- Another writ for the recovery of the debts of Stephen de Ledbury and others (v. p. 10).

April 24.- Mandate to the bishop to cause Richard Dobyn, parson of Bitterley, executor of John de Bromfield, to appear before the justices at York to answer to a plea of Johanna, widow of Roger Tromewyn, and others that he wrongfully withholds from them a deed of agreement.

Edwardus, etc., Thome, etc. Mandamus vobis quod venire faciatis coram justiciariis nostris apud Eboracum in octabis S. Michaelis Ricardum Dobyn, personam ecclesie de Buterleye, executorem testamenti Johannis de Bromfeld, clericum vestrum, ad respondendum Johanne que fuit uxor Rogeri Tromewyn, Rogero Tromewyn, et Roberto fratri ejus, executoribus testamenti Rogeri Tromewyn, de placito quod ipse simul cum Johanne de la Felde, Rogero Sollyng de Hereford, et Willelmo Scheremon de Leominstria, executoribus predicti Ricardi testamenti predicti reddat eis quoddam scriptum convencionale, quod eis injuste detinet, ut dicit. Et unde vicecomes noster Herefordie mandavit, etc., quod predictus Ricardus clericus est, etc., et habeatis, etc. Teste J. de Stonore apud Eboracum, xxiiij die Aprilis, anno regni nostri decimo.

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A.D. 1336. June 14.- Writ to cancel a former mandate respecting John de Watenhulle, who has satisfied the claims of the treasury.

Fol. 20b. Edwardus, etc., Thome, etc. Sciatis quod Johannes de Watenhulle, clericus, venit ad scaccarium nostrum et computavit nobis ibidem, pro se et Willelmo de Actone, de exitibus abbacie beati Petri, Salopie, de tempore quo ipsi Johannes et Willelmus inde habuerunt custodiam ex commissione nostra. Et ideo vobis mandamus quod execucioni brevis nostri vobis nuper directi ad distringendum predictum Johannem per bona, etc., ita quod fuisset ad dictum scaccarium in crastino sancte Trinitatis proximo preterite ad reddendum nobis compotum predictum, supersederi, et sequestrum, si quod in bonis seu beneficiis suis ea occasione apponi feceritis, eidem Johanni relaxari faciatis. Teste H. le Scrope apud Eboracum, xviiij die Junii, anno regni nostri decimo. Per rotulum memorandorum de eodem anno Trinitate factus visus computi.

June 26.- Mandate to cause John de Watenhulle to appear at Gloucester before the barons of the exchequer to give account of the treasure and jewels of Roger Mortimer, of which with others he had charge (v. p. 54).

July 10.- Mandate to cause Thomas de Homptone, late seneschal of Roger Mortimer, to appear before the barons of the exchequer at York to give evidence as to the records affecting Stephen Perote and others, prisoners in the castle of Pembroke when Roger Mortimer was arrested. Reply that Thomas de Homptone has no benefice in the diocese.

Edwardus, etc., Thome, etc. Mandamus vobis quod destringatis Thomam de Homptone, nuper seneschallum Pembrochie, clericum vestre diocesis, etc., ita, quod sit coram baronibus de scaccario nostro apud Eboracum a die sancti Michaelis in xv dies ad informandum thesaurarium et barones super indictamentis, recordis, et processibus tangentibus Stephanum Perote, Willelmum de Grerpynges, nuper in Castro Pembrochie in prisona detentos, tempore quo idem castrum, et dominicum Pembrochie in manu Rogeri de Mortuomari extitit, et dictus Thomas fuit seneschallus ejusdem Rogeri ibidem, ut predictum est, scientes quod de eo quod, etc., vehementer admiramur. Et remittatis, etc. Teste H. le Scrope apud Eboracum, x die Julii, anno regni nostri decimo.

Non habet bona nec beneficia ecclesiastica in diocesi nostra per que distringi possit.

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A.D. 1336. Another writ as to Stephen de Ledbury. The bishop can only send eleven shillings.

Aug. 24.- Mandate to the bishop to attend a conference at Nottingham and to have representatives of the clergy summoned to be present, that the pressing danger of hostile union of the French with the Scotch may be provided for. [1]

Oct. 24.- Mandate to cause Walter de Grawecombe, vicar of Monkland, to appear before the justices at York, to answer to the plea of John de Mershton, who claims from him a debt of thirty-six pounds.

Fol. 21b. Edwardus, etc., Thome, etc. Mandamus vobis quod venire faciatis coram justiciaries nostris apud Eboracum, in crastino purificacionis beate Marie, Walterum de Grawecombe, vicarium ecclesie de Monkelone, clericum vestrum, ad respondendum Johanni de Mershtone de placito quod reddat ei triginta et sex libras quas ei debet, etc. Et unde vicecomes noster Herefordensis mandavit, etc., quod predictus Walterus, clericus est, etc. Et habeatis, etc. Teste J. de Stonore apud Eboracum, xxiiij die Octobris, anno regni nostri decimo.

Dec. 26.- Another writ respecting Elias Walewayn to the same effect as before (v. p. 51).

Edwardus, etc., Thome, etc. Quia Elias Walewayn, persona ecclesie de Stoke Edith, etc. (ut supra, p. 51), vobis mandamus sicut alias mandavimus quod predictam pecuniam, etc., ita quod cum habeatis in dicta cancellaria nostra, etc. Et hoc nullatenus omittatis et habeatis, etc. Teste me ipso apud Donecastrum, xxvj die Decembris, anno regni nostri decimo.

A.D. 1340. April 9.- Royal letter to the bishop and Gilbert Talbot announcing the recent grant of parliament to the crown of a ninth of all agricultural produce and a fifteenth of the moveables of merchants and citizens not living on their land, in pursuance of which the abbot of Wigmore and others have been appointed diocesan commissioners to carry out the necessary arrangements for the collection and sale of the articles thus granted. The bishop and Gilbert Talbot are urged to expedite the proceedings and to use such civil or spiritual sanctions as they may think fit. [2]

Edwardus, etc., dilectus et fidelibus suis Thome, etc., et Gilberto Talbot salutem. Sciatis quod cum prelati, comites, barones,


[1] Printed in Wilkins' Concilia, II. 582.
[2] See Statutes 14 Ed. III.

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A.D. 1340. et communitates regni nostri Anglie in parliamento nostro apud Westmonasterium ad diem Mercurii proximarn post diem dominicam in medio quadragesime proximo preterite summonito, habita consideracione ad remissiones et perdonaciones quas ad ipsorum instantes et sollicitas requisiciones eisdem et toti populi nostro ipsius regni in eodem parliamento fecimus de catallis felonum et fugitivorum latronum evasionibus ac omnimodis debitis, compotis, finibus, exitibus, forisfactis, et amerciamentis usque ad certa tempora in statuto inde edito contenta, ac eciam ad diversas alias supplicaciones et gracias quibus eis ad ipsorum communem et perpetuam utilitatem et quietem duximus annuendum, necnon quod clerus Cantuarie et Eboraci provinciarum decimam de bonis suis ecclesiasticis pro duobus annis, ultra decimam triennalem nobis nuper per eundem clerum concessam nobis concesserint, ad opus nostrum celeriter levandam concesserint nobis in subsidium expensarum et onerum, que nos pro salvacione et defensione Anglicane ecclesie ejusdemque regni nostri Anglie, necnon circa expedicionem guerre nostre in partibus transmarinis et aliorum negociorum nostrorum ibidem subire et sustinere necessario coartamur, nonam garbam, nonum vellus, et nonum agnum omnium garbarum suarum cujuscumque generis bladi fuerint lanarum et agnorum suorum de anno presenti et anno proximo jam sequenti percipienda per illos Fol. 22. ad opus nostrum quos ad hoc duxerimus deputandos, ac cives et burgenses civitatum et burgorum nonam partem omnium bonorum suorum mobilium juxta verum valorem et pertinencias eorundem, necnon mercatores in civitatibus et burgis hujusmodi non morantes, ac alii homines in forestis et aliis locis solitudinum et vastitatum manentes, ceterique qui de agrorum culturis et stauro omnium suarum propriarum non vivunt quintamdecimam omnium bonorum suorum mobilium similiter concesserunt, etc. Ac nos, de circumspecta fidelitate dilectorum et fidelium nostrorum, abbatis de Wigemore, Rogeri de Chaundos, Ricardi de Penebrugge, Philippi de Clannowe, et Stephani Gemerys, plenius confidentes, eosdem abbatem Rogerum, Ricardum, Philippum, et Stephanum, quatuor, tres, duos eorum ad informandum ipsos per inquisiciones et aliis viis et modis quibus melius poterunt de valore tam garbarum, lanarum, et agnorum singularum parochiarum ac aliorum mobilium predictorum in comitatu Herefordensi tam infra libertates quam extra, etc., assignamus ... Et ideo vobis in fide et dileccione quibus nobis tenemini districcius injungendo mandamus quod circa

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A.D. 1340. Fol. 22b. premissa omnia facienda et complenda, pretermissis omnibus aliis, cum omni diligencia et sollicitudine intendatis. Et vos, prelate episcope, graves censuras ecclesiasticas in omnes illos vestre diocesis, tam ad premissa facienda assignatos qui tepidi et negligentes fuerint in negocio antedicto, quam hujusmodi summas sive precium secundum formam assessionis predicte solvere statutis temporibus recusantes, et execucionem colleccionis et levacionis predictarum impedientes, necnon garbas, vellera, agnos, aut bona predicta ad nos ut pretangitur spectancia asportantes site furantes ac concelantes, abscondentes, subtrahentes, et detinentes juxtit decretum prefatorum ad requisicionem parliamenti predicti statim fulminetis. In cujus rei testimonium has literas nostras fieri fecimus patentes. Teste me ipso apud Westmonasterium, ix die Aprilis, regni nostri Anglie quarto decimo, regni vero Francie primo per ipsum regent et consiliaros.

May 30.- Writ of summons to Parliament to be held at Westminster on the Wednesday following the festival of the translation of St. Thomas. It was received by the bishop at Bosebury on the 26th of June.

Edwardus, etc., Thome, etc. Cum pro defensione et saivacione regni nostri Anglie ac recuperacione jurium nostrorum et corone nostre simus cum quibusdam magnatibus et aliis ejusdem regni nostri partes transmarinas, annuente Domino, personaliter profeturi, et dilectum et fidelem nostrum Edwardum, ducem Cornubie et comitem Cestrie, filium nostrum primogenitum, custodem dicti regni nostri Anglie et locum nostrum tenentem in eodem regno nostro constituimus, dum sic was absentari contigerit, vel alias nostre placuerit utilitati, ac intimius insideat cordi nostro quod pax nostra in regno nostro tam in nostra absencia quam presencia illesa penitus observetur, et idem regnum et populus noster ibidem ab hostium incursibus tucantur, per quod de assensu concilii nostri ordinavimus quod, super premissis et aliis arduis et urgentibus negociis nos et statum dicti regni nostri Anglie ac expedicionem diversorum urgentissimorum negociorum nostrorum multipliciter contingentibus, quoddam parliamentum apud Westmonasterium ad diem Mercurii proximum post festum translacionis S. Thome, martyris, proximo futurum teneatur, vobis in fide et dileccione quibus nobis tenemini firmiter injungendo mandamus quod, attentis premissorum arduitate et iminentibus periculis, quacumque excusacione

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A.D. 1340. cessante, dictis die et loco personaliter intersitis cum prefato custode et ceteris prelatis, magnatibus, et proceribus predicti regni nostri Anglie, quos ibidem ea de causa convocari mandavimus super negociis predictis tractaturi, vestrumque consilium impensuri, et hoc sicut nos et honorem nostrum ac salvacionem et tranquillitatem dicti regni nostri Anglie et ecclesie sancta diligitis modis omnibus faciatis ne, quod absit, per vestram absenciam expedicio negociorum nostrorum retardetur seu quomodolibet differatur. Et premuniatis ecclesiam et capitulum, etc. Teste meipso apud Westmonasterium, xxx die Maii, anno regni nostri Anglie quarto decimo, regni vero Francie primo. Et liberatum fuit istud breve episcopo Herefordensi apud Bosebury, xxij die Junii, anno ut supra.

Fol. 23. June 28.- Royal letter announcing the great victory of his fleet at the mouth of the Zwyn on June 24th, and calling for public services of thanksgiving. The bishop received the letter on 13th of July at Bosbury. [1]

A.D. 1331. William de Bertone, canon of Wormesley, elected as successor to John de Kyneford, asks the bishop to accept his resignation of the office.

Fol. 28b. In Dei nomine, Amen. Coram vobis reverendo in Christo patre et domino, domino Thoma, Dei gracia Herefordensi episcopo, ego frater Willelmus de Bertone, canonicus prioratus de Wormisleye, ordinis S. Augustini, vestre Herefordensis diocesis, in priorem prioratus ejusdem per resignacionem, cessionem, et renunciacionem legitimam, canonicam, et spontaneam fratris Johannis de Kyneford, nuper ejusdem prioratus prioris, vacantis, per conventum et fratres dicti prioratus et ad ipsius regimen electus seu nominatus eleccioni et nominacioni de me facte, si que sint, et juri michi ex hiis quomodolibet competenti, ex certa scientia, sponte, simpliciter, et absolute cedo et renuncio per presentes, supplicans vestre reverende paternitati quatinus meam cessionem et renunciacionem hujusmodi admittere dignemini cum effectu.

Jan. 18.- The convent of Wormesley appoints Stephen de Penne as their proctor to put the election of a prior into the hands of the bishop.

Pateat universis quod nos conventus prioratus de Wormisleye, ordinis S. Augustini, Herefordensis diocesis, ipso prioratu priore


[1] Printed in Rymer, Foedera.

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A.D. 1331. carente, ex certis causis et legitimis et sciencia, non per errorem set continuato et deliberato consilio et assensu, dilectum nobis in Christo confratrem nostrum, Stephanum de Penne, nostrum verum et legitimum procuratorem ad submittendum nos et prioratum nostrum predictum gracie reverendi patris ac domini, domini Thome, etc., super preficiendo in nostro prioratu et nobis priore futuro, professionis nostro et habitus, hac vice facimus, ordinamus, et constituimus per presentes, salvo nobis jure eleccionis canonice, quociens idem prioratus futuris temporibus priore carebit, perpetuo faciende et priorem hujusmodi canonice eligendi, de quo et quibus presentibus protestamur et protestari volumus per procuratorem predictum. In cujus rei, etc. Datum in capitulo nostro, xv kal. Februarii, anno Domini MCCCxxx.

Jan. 20.- The bishop appoints William de Bertone prior of Wormesley, who had been before irregularly elected by the canons.

Thomas, etc., Willelmo de Bertone, canonico prioratus de Wormisleye, etc., salutem, etc. Cum jam vacante prioratu supradicto per resignacionem, etc., fratris Johannis de Kyneford, nuper prioris ejusdem, fuisset et sit ob culpam canonicorum ejusdem prioratus contra juris formam in concilio generali traditam eligencium ipso jure et alias ad nos jure ordinario legitime devoluta provisio inibi facienda de priore; nos de tua probitate ac circumspeccione in temporalibus et spiritualibus plenius confidentes predicto prioratui de tua persona decernimus providendum, preficientes te tam in spiritualibus quam in temporalibus ejusdem prioratus canonice in priorem et pastorem, tibi in virtute obediencie firmiter injungendo ut circa commissum hujusmodi tibi regimen sic te vigilem exhibeas ut ordinis regula in omnibus observetur et cura sollicita circa domus temporalia tua apponatur industria ut incumbit. Datum apud Prestebury, vicesimo die mensis Januarii, anno Domini millesimo CCCxxx, etc.

Jan. 20.- The bishop writes to the convent to announce his appointment of William de Bertone, their supprior, to be prior.

Thomas, etc., dilectis in Christo filiis, fratribus et canonicis prioratus de Wormesleye, etc. Cum jam vacante prioratu supradicto ad nos per culpam vestram hac vice legitime devoluto, de persona fratris Willelmi de Bertone, vestri concanonici, nuper

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A. D. 1333. supprioris ejusdem, vobis providerimus ac eundem Willelmum vobis et dicto prioratui prefecerimus in priorem administracionem spiritualium et temporalium ejusdem domus ipsi in Domino committendo, vobis omnibus et singulis auctoritate nostra ordinaria in virtute obediencie sub pena, cohercionis canonice firmiter injungendo mandamus quatinus eidem fratri Willelmo ut priori vestro obedientes sitis in omnibus humiliter et devote. Datum apud Prestebury, vicesima die Januarii, anno proximo predicto.

A.D. 1334. July 12.- The bishop exercises the power, which he had reserved to himself when he sanctioned the appropriation of Dorstone, of making adequate provision for the vicar.

Fol. 39. Universis Christi fidelibus, etc., Thomas, etc. Cum nuper ecclesiam de Dorestone cum capellis de Bache et de Fowemminded, nostre diocesis, eidem annexis religiosis viris, priori et conventui de Clifford et eorum monasterio, in proprios usus perpetuo possidendam, certis et legitimis de causis canonice appropriaverimus, ordinacione et taxacione vicarie nobis specialiter reservatis, ipsam vicariam modo subscripto duximus ordinandam. In primus ordinamus quod Simon, vicarius qui nunc est, et successores sui habeant omnes domos rectorie ex parte orientali dicte ecclesie et cimiterio contiguas. Et quia, eadem domus sunt pro parte ruinose et alias deffective ordinamus quod dicti prior et conventus inveniant hac vice de suo meremium sufficiens pro congrua reparacione earundem, reservata dictis priori et conventui magna, grangia ex parte occidentali ecclesie seorsum a dictis domibus posita cum clausura adjacenti. Idem ordinamus quod vicarius qui pro tempore fuerit habeat viginti quinque acras terre arrabilis cum pertinenciis quo sunt de dominico ecclesie in feodo de Dorestone et pratum quod vocatur Clerkesmedewe et totam decimam feni de quodam prato quod vocatur Longmedue et fenum seu pasturam cimiterii, item pasturam sex animalium cum animalibus dominicum de Dorestone depascencium et duas kairas bosci de nemore dominici de Dorestone dicte ecclesie ex antiquo debitas. Officium aquebaiuli conferat vicarius qui pro tempore fuerit cui clerico viderit conferendum. Item ordinamus quod dictus vicarius habeat totam alteragium et percipiat omnes minutas decimas in quibuscumque rebus consistant, decimis minoribus dictorum prioris et conventus in manerio suo de la Bache dumtaxat exceptis; ita tamen quod decimas bladi cujuscumque generis et undecumque culti in clausuris vel extra et

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A.D. 1334. decimam molendini aquatici in villa de Dorestone percipiant prior et conventus supradicti. Et quod vicarius qui pro tempore fuerit percipiat de grangia prioris et conventus apud Dorestone singulis annis in festo S. Michaelis unam summam frumenti et unam summam avenarum. Dictus vero vicarius predicte ecclesie matrici et capellis more solito deserviet et faciet in divinis laudabiliter deservire et onera archidiaconalia et officialium nostrorum et archidiaconi integre sustinebit. Procuracionem vero nostram et successorum nostrorum cum visitamus solvent religiosi supradicti; reservantes nobis et successoribus nostris ordinariam potestatem quam habemus predictam vicariam mutandi, augmentandi, et diminuendi, si et quando fuerit oportunum, et declarandi et interpretandi dubia, si que super hac nostra ordinacione oriri contigerint in futurum, juribus et consuetudinibus episcopalibus et archidiaconalibus in eisdem ecclesia et capellis ac nostre ecclesie cathedralis Herefordensis dignitate semper salvis. Datum apud Bosebury, xii die mensis Julii, anno Domini millesimo CCC tricesimo quarto, etc.

A.D. 1335. March 23.- Simon, the bishop of Worcester, grants a licence to the bishop of Hereford to consecrate in any part of his diocese the sacred oils.

Fol. 44b. Venerabili in Christo patri Thome, etc., Simon, etc. Wygorniensi episcopus, etc. Ut in aliquo loco ydoneo infra nostram diocesim constituto crisma sacrum oleum et infirmorum hac instanti die cene secundum canonica instituta conficere valeatis, paternitati reverende vestre tenore presencium concedimus facultatem. In cujus, etc. Datum Londoniis, x kal. Aprilis, anno Domini MCCCxxxv.

Jan. 22.- Royal mandate to Itherius, papal nuncio, to suspend proceedings against the bishop and chapter of Llandaff for the present in regard to claims made wrongfully, as is alleged, on them for the manor of Arclestone, which was left them in trust for certain chantries.

Fol. 39b. Edwardus, etc., dilecto clerico suo, magistro Itherio de Concoreto, canonico Sarisburiensi, domini summi pontificis nuncio, ac collectori decime quadriennalis, pcr dictum summum pontificem clero regni nuper imposite et nobis pro medietate per eundem summum pontificem concesse, vel ejus commissariis seu ejusdem in diocesi Herefordensi subcollectori salutem. Ex parte venerabilis

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A.D. 1334. patris, Joannis Landavensis episcopi, et capituli ecclesie Landavensis nobis est conquestum quod cum Willelmus de Radenora, quondam dominus de Arclestone in comitatu Herefordensi, dedisset et concessisset manerium illud episcopo loci predicti qui tunc fuit et prefato capitulo, habendum et tenendum eisdem episcopo et capitulo predicte ecclesie Landavensis pro certis cantariis faciendis imperpetuum, et licet manerium illud de temporalibus episcopatus predicti non existat, nec inter temporalia aliquibus temporibus retroactis taxatum fuerit, sed semper cum communitate comitatus predicti in singulis taxacionibus et contribucionibus communitatem illam tangentibus, vos tamen decimam hujusmodi a prefatis episcopo et capitulo pro eodem manerio exigitis, et ipsos ea occasione inquietatis minus juste, volentes quod thesaurarius et barones de scaccario nostro cerciorentur quas pecuniarum summas exigitis de prefatis episcopo et capitulo ratione temporalium suorum in Arclestone de decima predicta, et ad quantum eadem temporalia taxantur ibidem, et in quibus archidiaconatibus et decanatibus ipsa temporalia exibant, vobis mandamus quod dictos thesaurarium et barones de scaccario nostro apud Eboracum quam primum poteritis reddatis inde distincte et aperte cerciores, et demandas quas facitis eisdem episcopo et capitulo pro summis predictis interim supersedeatis. Et censuras ecclesiasticas, si quas in ipsos episcopum et capitulum ea occasione fulminaveritis, interim revocari faciatis. Et habeatis, etc. Teste H. le Scrope, apud Eboracum, xxij die Januarii, anno regni nostri octavo. Per breve de magno sigillo inter communia de anno nono.

Return of the value at which the manor of Arclestone is taxed in the register.

Fol. 40. Tenore presencium vobis intimamus quod manerium de Arclestone predicta situatur in nostra diocesi Herefordensi in decanatu Herefordensi et taxatur in registro veri valoris, juxta quod dicta decima solvebatur, ad octo marcas per annum. Inde decima per annum x s. viij d., et decima quadriennalis de qua sumus onerati xlij s. viij d.

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A D. 1334. March 21.- Agreement between the parishioners of Baysham that the repairs of the parish church and the chapel of King's Capel should be defrayed independently by the inhabitants of each district, but that in the case of desecration of either church or chapel, a contribution should be made by the inhabitants of the other district.

Fol. 42. Universis sancte matris filiis etc., Thomas, etc. Noverit universitas vestra quod cum super onere subeundi reparacionem, edificacionem, seu construccionem ecclesie, alias librorum et aliorum ornamentorum ecclesiasticorum ecclesia parochialis de Baysham et capelle de Kingescaple a dicta ecclesia dependentis, nostre diocesis, per parochianos solito faciendam inter parochianos dicte ecclesie apud Sellak, Cartodok, Grava, Penkelle commorantes et conparochianos sous apud Kingescaple commorantes coram nobis lis et controversia mota fuisset, dicti tamen parochiani, nobis consencientibus et auctoritatem prestantibus in hac parte, super premissis composuerunt amabiliter in hunc modum, videlicet quod parochiani apud Baysham, Sellak, Cartodok, Grava, Penkelle commorantes omnia onera per se sine peticione seu exaccione subvencionis, sive subsidii cujuscumque a comparochianis suis apud Kingescaple predictam ultra Wayam commorantibus quomodolibet faciendi, omnino subibunt hoc, excepto quod quandocumque et quocienscumque contigerit ecclesiam predictam de Baysham seu ejus cimiterium sanguinis effusione pollui, dicti parochiani apud Kingescaple commorantes parochianis dicte ecclesie de Baysham in locis predictis commorantibus novem solidus argenti communiter in subsidium procuracionis episcopalis dictum ecclesiam seu ejus cimiterium in dicto eventu dumtaxat reconciliantis contribuere, dare, et solvere teneantur. Et similiter, quocienscumque et quandocumque contigerit capellam predictam seu ejus cimiterium sanguinis effusione pollui, parochiani dicte ecclesie de Baysham apud Sellak, etc., commorantes parochianis suis apud Kingescaple commorantibus tres solidos argenti in subsidium procuracionis episcopalis dictam ecclesiam, etc., solvere teneantur. Hanc autem composicionem perpetuo observandam in omnibus approbantes eam pontificali auctoritate confirmamus. In cujus rei, etc. Cujus unam partem penes dictos parochianos de Baysham apud Sellak, etc., et aliam partem penes comparochianos suos apud Kingescaple commorantes, et unam partem in nostris archivis ad perpetuam rei memoriam volumus permanere. Datum apud Ros, vicesimo primo die mensis Marcii, anno Domini millesimo CCC tricesimo quarto.

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A.D. 1336. April 6.- Commission to William de Fowehope, Adam Carbonel, canons, and John Rees, rector of Whitbourne, to hold a court for the trial of Richard Moniword, citizen of Hereford, accused of heresy.

Fol. 45. Thomas, etc., dilectis, etc. Willelmo de Fowehepe, Ade Carbonel, nostre Herefordensis ecclesie canonicis, et Johanni Rees, rectori ecclesie de Whitebourne, juris canonici professori, salutem, etc. Quia ad cognoscendum in negocio inquisicionis heretic pravitatis per nos ex debito officii nostri contra Ricardum Moniword, dictum de Haia, civem Herefordensem, variis et arduis prepediti negociis personaliter interesse non valemus vobis, de quorum circumspeccione et industria fidem gerimus pleniorem, ad procedendum in negocio memorato et fine debito terminandum, corrigendum si oporteat, et canonice puniendum, juxta ipsius negocii qualitatem et naturam, vices nostras committimus, etc., donec eas ad nos duxerimus revocandas. In cujus, etc. Datum apud Prestebury, sexto die mensis Aprilis, anno Domini millesimo CCCxxxvj.

A.D. 1343. Oct. 4.- The bishop formally sanctions, with the consent of the dean and chapter, the appropriation to S. Bartholomew's hospital at Gloucester of the church at Newnham, of which the hospital has the advowson, the reason assigned being the insufficiency of their funds to provide for the large number of the diseased and impotent who seek an asylum there.

Fol. 34. Universis sancte matris filiis, etc., decanus et capitulum Herefordonse salutem, etc. Noverit universitas vestra nos literas venerabilis patris nostri, domini Thome, etc., sanas, integras, non cancellatas, non abolitas, nec in aliqua parte viciatas, sed omni vicio et suspicione carentes plenius inspexisse tenorem infrascriptum per omnia continentes:- Thomas, etc., priori et confratribus hospitalis S. Bartholomei, Gloucestrie, ordinis S. Augustini, Wygorniensis diocesis, salutem, etc. Susceptum officium pastorale nos excitat et inducit ut religiosam vitam eligentes divino cultui et caritatis operibus intendentes graciosis favoribus attollamus, congruisque muniri presidiis faciamus, et ne paupertatis onere graviter Fol. 34b. oppressi ab hospitalitatis ac divini cultus officio retrahantur paterna solicitudine nos convenit providere. Sane peticio vestra nobis nuper exhibita continebat quod, licet hospitale vestrum predictum fidelium largicione olim fuisset in facultatibus fundatum, nimis exiliter est dotatum, in ipso tamen hospitali, in itinere publico et famoso

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A.D. 1343. municipio constituto, magna hospitalitatis tam divitum quam pauperum et precipue infirmorum, cecorum, claudorum, mancorum, et aliorum languidorum et egrotancium, tam marium quam feminarum, ad mumerum nonaginta lectorum et amplius ab infirmis et per eos inibi occupatorum continue et plenorum, aliarumque personarum miserabilium in multitudine copiosa de diversis mundi partibus undique ad vestrum hospitale confluencium observari et haberi consuevit hucusque, adeo quod per frequenciam hujusmodi hospitum quos caritative suscipitis ultra quod possitis vos contigit onerari. Cultus eciam divinus, nocturnus pariter et diurnus, per duodecim presbyteros solitus est exerceri plenissime. Quodque vos, caritate hominum tepescente, de quorum elemosinis ut plurimi vivere solebatis, cum aliunde possessiones nisi paucissime seu facultates non suppetant, in maxima vivitis penuria et nimia paupertate notorie, vos eciam per diversas et excessivas exacciones et imposiciones decimarum et tallias plus solito iminentes sepiusque alia discrimina temporum, et ex causis predictis multipliciter oprimini onere debitorum, adeo quod nisi per nos vestris nescesitatibus succurratur desolacionis, quod absit, obprobrium verisimiliter formidatis. Quare nobis humiliter supplicastis quod ad hospitalitatem inibi solitam facilius sustinendam et restram paupertatem et penuriam aliqualiter relevandam, necnon ad exoneracionem hujusmodi debitorum, aliaque vobis et vestro hospitali incumbencia onera levius supportandum, cum ad hoc proprie non suppetant facultates, ecclesiam parochialem de Newenham, nostre diocesis, cui vos estis veri patroni, fructus et proventus ejusdem vobis et vestro hospitali in usus proprios perpetue convertendos concedere et donare caritatis intuitu dignaremur. Nos igitur per inquisicionem quam super hiis fieri fecimus diligentem premissa omnia et singula per probacionis literas in forma juris admissas reperientes esse evidencia atque vera, et ob hoc vobis paterno compacientes affectu ac vestris artatibus et necessitatibus subvenire [volentes], prehabito cum dilectis filiis, decano et capitulo ecclesie nostre cathedralis Herefordensis, tractatu solempni et diligenti, qui hujusmodi perpetuis concessionibus et ecclesiarum alienacionibus de jure requiritur, de consilio, consensu, et assensu ejusdem predictam ecclesiam parochialem de Newenham cum suis fructibus et proventibus ac omnibus aliis suis juribus, rebus, et pertinenciis vobis et successoribus vestris ac dicto hospitali vestro pontificali auctoritate, vocatis primitus vocandis ac juris ordine qui in hac

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A.D. 1343. parte requiritur in omnibus observato, concedimus, annectimus et unimus, appropriamus et incorporamus, in proprios usus vestros perpetuo possidendam, ad augmentum divini cultus et relevacionem omnium predictorum, presertim cum subsint evidens utilitas et evidens necessitas que fieri hoc exposcant, statuentes et decernentes quod liceat vobis per procuratorem vestrum ad hoc licite constitutum dictum ecclesiam, nunc de jure et de facto vacantem, et corporalem possessionem ejusdem cum omnibus suis juribus, rebus, et pertinenciis, nostro et successorum nostrorum necnon officialium archidiaconorum et aliorum quorumcumque non requisito consensu, hac nostra et presencium literarum auctoritate ingredi, nancisci, possidere, tenero et habere in perpetuum, ut est dictum, reservata tamen de fructibus ejusdem ecclesie purpetuo vicario per vos et successores vestros nobis et successoribus nostris presentando in eadem ecclesia vicario venturo congrua porcione per nos aut successores nostros, quatenus jura volunt, taxanda et eciam ordinanda ex quo valeat commode sustentari et episcopalia jura persolvere ac alia sibi incumbencia onera supportare, juribus et consuetudinibus dignitatis nostre, successorum nostrorum, necnon archidiaconi Herefordensis qui pro tempore fuerit, et ecclesie jure cathedralis observatis hactenus et obtentis in omnibus semper salvis; ordinamus eciam de nostro beneplacito et assensu quod, postquam pacificam possessionem dicte ecclesie adepti fueritis, decano et capitulo nostre ecclesie predicte ad opus et sustentacionem ministrorum ejusdem dimidiam marcam sterlingorum in festo nativitatis beati Johannis Baptiste singulis annis apud Herefordiam fideliter persolvatis. Premissa autem omnia et singula de consensu expresso decani et capituli ecclesie nostre cathedralis, ut premittitur, ordinata robur habere volumus perpetue firmitatis. In cujus rei, etc. Datum apud Bosebury, quarto mensis Octobris, anno Domini millesimo CCCxliij. Nos igitur decanus et capitulum supradictum, ut premissa futuris temporibus robur obtineant perpetue firmitatis, concessionem, annexionem, unionem, etc., confirmamus, etc. Datum in capitulo nostro Herefordensi die Lune in festo sancte Fidis, virginis et martyris, anno Domini supradicto.

A.D. 1330. June 23.- The bishop sanctions the construction of a new church at Churcham by Queen Isabella.

Fol. 27. Memorandum quod xxiii die Junii dominus concessit literatorie licenciam specialem excellentissime domine Isabelle, regine,

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A.D. 1330. quod posset construere de novo in parochia de Churcham infra fines et limites Herefordensis diocesis quandam ecclesiam, quantum in ipso erat absque ipsius prejudicio vel alterius cujusdam.

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APPENDIX.

As in former volumes, the Institutions and Collations to Benefices, Dispensations for absence and illegitimacy, and Letters Dimissory are collected in this Appendix.

INSTITUTIONS AND COLLATIONS TO BENEFICES.

The benefices are rectories, and the persons presented priests, unless otherwise stated. In most cases the rural deans are instructed to induct.

DATE. PERSON PRESENTED. BENEFICE. PATRON. CAUSE OF VACANCY.

1328 Mar 10 Henry de Wiggemore, clerk. Little Cowarne. Abbot and Convent of St Peter's, Gloucester.
1328 Feb 23 Wm. de Gaytone. Wolferlow vic. The bishop.
1328 Apr 14 John Wodekot. Lyonshall (Leonhales). Prior and Convent of Wormesley.
1328 Apr 22 Henry de Burgham. Over Edvin (Zeddefen). Richard Talbot.
1328 Apr 22 Gilbert le Graunger de Northleach. Ribbesford. Wm. de Pyrytone. Res. of late rector.
1328 May 6 Robert de Preston. Lynton vic. Abb and conv. of Lyre. Res. of Hugh de Monyntone.
1328 May 8 Wm. de Stauntone. Cardington. Hosp. St John of Jerusalem.
1328 May 18 Robt. de Coventry. Huntley. Sir Robert de Sapy.
1328 Jun 13 John de Ledbury, clerk. Weston vic. Warden of St. Catherine's Hosp.
1328 Jun 27 John de Evesham, clerk. Ludlow. The king (heirs of Theobold de Verdun).
1328 Nov 23 William de Ford, chaplain. Kingsland. Lady Margaret Mortimer.
1328 Dec 23 Walter Bras. Hughley vic. Abb. and conv. of Wigmore. Res. of John de Stapilton.
1328 Dec 23 John de Stepilton. Wigmore vic. Abb. and conv. of Wigmore. Res. of Walter Bras.
1329 Feb 5 Thos. de Bosebury. Little Marcle. Thos. de la Barre.
1329 Apr 15 Wm. de Brauncewall, deacon. Minstreworth. The king.
1329 Jun 4 John la Brugge de Weston. Edvin. Sir Thomas de Zeddefen and the portionists of Bromyard.

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DATE. PERSON PRESENTED. BENEFICE. PATRON. CAUSE OF VACANCY.

1329 Jul 20 John de Barton. St Stephen's Chapel, Westminster. The bishop, as treasurer.
1329 Jul 24 Walter de Ranningsbury. Hospital of St. James at Westminster. The bishop, as treasurer. Res. of Edward de Ranningsbury.
1329 Aug 22 William de Fownhope, canon. Two canonical houses now united. The bishop.
1329 Nov 29 John de Cirencester. Lydney vic. Dean and chapter of Hereford.
1329 Oct 24 John de Ew, official. Treasurership. The bishop.
1329 Oct 24 John de Ew. Canonry and prebend. The bishop. Vac. by death of Thos de Pembridge.
1329 Oct 25 Walter le Rous. Burford. Johanna Talbot. Res. of John de Hereford.
1329 Nov 3 Simon de Lutwell. Edvin Loach (Zeddefen Loges). Johanna Talbot.
1329 Nov 10 Witliam de Brocmantone. Pudlestone. John Cursoun.
1329 Oct 31 John de Gerdone. Canonry and prebend. The bishop, after Papal prov. Vac. by death of Thos. de Pembridge.
1329 Nov 12 Philip de la More, chaplain. Hopton Wafers. The bishop, by lapse.
1330 Jan 9 John de Stanford, chaplain. How Capel. The bishop, as guardian of John de How Caple.
1330 Feb 11 John Jole. Tiberton. Henry, earl of Lancaster.
1330 Mar 24 Walter de Mortone. Chantry in Ross church. John de Ross, bp. of Carlisle.
1330 May 7 Richard Kenting. Priory of Clifford. The bishop, by lapse.
1330 May 13 Geoffrey de Lanum. Little Wenlock. Prior and conv. of Wenlock.
1330 June 26 Walter de Nottingham. Montgomery. Queen Isabella.
1330 Aug 3 Philip of Winforton (Wymfortone). Winforton. Earl Roger Mortimer.
1330 Aug 3 Roger Bluet, clerk. Credenhill. Gilbert Talbot.
1330 Aug 22 William de Foie. Chantry of chapel of S. John Bapt. (Eton). Wm. Grandisson.
1330 Sep 8 John Bardulf. Lugwardine vic. Dean and chapter of Hereford.
1330 Oct 14 Phillip de Groete, clerk. Little Collington. Wm. de Upton.
1330 Sep 25 Thomas Hakeluyt, clerk. Canonry and prebend. Papal provision. Vacated by James of Henley, dec.
1330 Oct 7 John de Launceston, clerk. Ross. The bishop.

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DATE. PERSON PRESENTED. BENEFICE. PATRON CAUSE OF VACANCY.

1330 Oct 8 John Bardulph. Lugwardine (vic.) Dean and chapter of Hereford.
1330 Nov 9 John de Strepilton. Aymestrey. Almondestre) Abb. and conv. of Wigmore.
1330 Nov 9 David de la Mainstone. Norton vic. Abb. and conv. of Wigmore.
1330 Nov 11 Stephen de Monte Leonis. Brampton Bryan. Hosp. of St. John of Jerusalem.
1330 Dec 21 Walter de Wigmore. Wigmore vic. Abb. and conv. of Wigmore.
1330 Dec 28 John de Porter de Hertilbury. Brodenbury. Richd de Hopton.
1333 Jan 16 John Pees, clerk. New Radnor. Dame Margaret Mortimer.
1333 Jan 20 William de Straushale, clerk. Peterstow. Sir Henry de Grey.
1333 Mar 16 Ralph de Horewod, clerk. Byford. Prior and conv. of Brecon. Res. of Hugh de Pennebrigge.
1333 Mar 17 Thomas de Boley. Treasurership of the cathedral. The bishop.
1333 Apr 17 John de Wotton. Prebendal portion of Burford. Johanna Talbot.
1333 Aug 4 Nicholas de Oxon. Brampton Bryan. Hosp. of St. John of Jerusalem.
1331 Oct 4 Wm. de Catteleye. Hope Sollers. Juliana de St. Owen.
1331 Oct 18 John Upintoune. Kinlet vic. Abb. and conv. of Wigmore.
1331 Nov 8 Stephen de Eggisworth. Mansel Lacy vic. (Malmeshulle). Prioress and conv. of Aconbury.
1331 Dec 14 Robert de Stoke, deacon. Little Collington. Wm. de Upton.
1332 Feb 13 Simon de Arthrop. Dorstone vic. Prior and conv. of Clifford. [1]
1332 Feb 28 Walter Heyr. Bredwardine. Abb. and conv. of Wigmore.
1332 Mar 19 Philip de Grete, deacon. Little Collington. Wm. de Upton.
1332 Mar 30 Roger de Berkley (called De Wynton). Tugford. The bishop.
1332 May 20 Richard Baderoun. Priory of Titley. Tyron Abbey.
1332 Jun 27 John Shireve, Tedstone Wafer chapel. Res. of Barth. Shireve.
1332 Jun 29 Hugh de Burghope. Chantry in Stretford ch. Res. of John de Ingestre.
1332 Oct 16 Martin de Byford. Mamble vic. (Momele). Abb. and conv. of Wigmore.
1332 Oct 8 John de London. Castle Goodrich vic. The bishop, by lapse.

[1] The offerings at the altar to be taken by the vicar until the bishop by ordinance had provided an adequate maintenance.

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DATE. PERSON PRESENTED. BENEFICE. PATRON. CAUSE OF VACANCY.

1332 Oct 7 Walter de Hurtesleye. [1] Bishopstone. Rose Damel.
1332 Oct 11 Walter de Bokenhill. Bishop's Castle vic. Abb. and conv. of Wigmore.
1332 Oct 29 Hugh of Burghope Chantry in ch. of Stretford. Res. of John de Inynton.
1332 Nov 5 Ralph Mortimer. New Radnor. Dame Margaret Mortimer.
1332 Dec 9 Roger de Hurtesleye, clerk. Shelsley Walsh. Henry le Walsch.
1333 Jan 12 Richard de Sidenhale. Archdeaconry of Salop. The bishop.
1333 Jan 13 Robert de Henle, clerk. Whitbourne. The bishop.
1333 Jan 25 Adam de Barton, clerk. Eastnor. The bishop.
1333 Mar 5 John de Bartone. Archdeaconry of Hereford. The bishop.
1333 Mar 5 John Norman. Kingsland. Dame Margaret Mortimer.
1333 Mar 12 Thomas le Shireve de Norton. Thornbury. Dame Margaret Mortimer.
1333 Mar 19 John Haket. Wheathill. Walter Haket.
1333 May 10 Simon de Braybrook, clerk. Preb. portion Burford. Geoffrey de Cornwall.
1333 May 26 William de Clare, clerk. Byford. Prior and conv. of Brecon.
1333 Jun 17 Wm. de Swyneye. Little Wenlok. Prior and conv. of Wenlok.
1333 Oct 7 Matthew de la Hethe, chapl. Silvetone. Richd de Haukestone.
1333 Oct 7 Wm. de Coktone, chapl. Cold Weston. Abb. and conv. of Shrewsbury.
1333 Oct 23 Richard Bennet, clerk. Billingsley. Abb. and conv. of Shrewsbury.
1333 Dec 22 Henry de Shiptone. Treasurership of the cathedral. The bishop. Res. of John de la Chaumbre.
1334 Jan 17 Henry Eysel. Buriton vic. Abb. and conv. of Wigmore.
1334 Jan 27 Robert de Henley. Ross. The bishop. Death of John de Laucestone.
1334 Jan 16 Wm. de Sheynton, clerk. Whitbourne. The bishop.
1334 May 15 Edward de Sheynton, clerk. Eastnor. The bishop.
1334 Feb 13 Hugh de Burghope. Stretford. Robt. de la Bere.
1334 Feb 18 Stephen de Clintone, clerk. Hopton. Walter de Hoptone.
1334 Mar 2 Humphrey de Cherleton. Preb. portion at Ledbury. The bishop.

[1] Philip de Brunshope, presented to Bishopstone by Thomas Deveros, resigned any claim to it.

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DATE. PERSON PRESENTED. BENEFICE. PATRON. CAUSE OF VACANCY.

1334 Apr 14 John de Barnwell. St Lawrence de Dowles. Prior and conv. of Great Malvern.
1334 Apr 22 Philip Hanard. Newland vic. The bishop of Llandaff.
1334 May 13 Nich. de Brewood. While (Willey). Richard de la Launde.
1334 May 26 Henry de Fownhope. Westbury. Wm. de Fownhope.
1334 Jun 11 John Hoter. Staunton. Roger Pichard.
1335 Jul 27 Roger de Pulbrugge. Preb. portion in Llanwarne. Res. of Richd. de Bosbury.
1335 Jul 27 Richd. of Bosbury. Burghill.
1335 Sep 28 John de Trillek. Canonical house. The bishop. Vacated by John de Barthone.
1335 Sep 29 John de Barthone. Canonical house. The bishop. Vacated by Rd. le Vernon.
1335 Jan 18 Wm. de Baysham. Chetinton. Alicia Burnel.
1335 Jan 26 Robert de Frome. Kyre Wyard. Abb. and conv. of Lyre.
1334 Oct 22 John de Henley. Kentchurch (St. Keyna). Abb. and conv. of St. Peters, Glos.
1334 Dec 3 Ralph de Turneye. Cardington vic. Hosp. of St. John of Jeruslem.
1334 Dec 8 Adam Blefeld. Micheldean. Ralph ap Eynon.
1334 Dec 19 William de Styntescombe. Westbury. William de Fownhope.
1335 Jan 7 William Brom. Stretton vic. Prior and conv. of Monmouth.
1335 Jan 7 Thos. de Whitney. Yarkhill vic. Master of Ledbury Hosp.
1335 Jan 14 Roger Dene. Eardisland (Ereslone). Abb. and conv. of Lyre.
1335 Jan 26 Robert of Frome, clerk. Kyre Wyard. Abb. and conv. of Lyre.
1335 Feb 17 Walter of Waltone, clerk. Billingsley. Abb. and conv. of Shrewsbury.
1335 Feb 28 Robert le clerk. Kinnersley. John de Kinnersley.
1335 Mar 10 Roger de Longfield. Little Hatfield. Robt. de Weston.
1335 Mar 16 Reginald de Wynton, clerk. Sacristry, Westbury. Matilda de Hodynet.
1335 Mar 18 Philip Hanerd. Huntley. Sir Robt. de Sapy.
1335 Mar 18 Robert of Coventry. Newland vic. Bishop of Llandaff.
1335 Mar 28 Richard of Bradfield. Bodenham vic. Prior and conv. of Brecon.
1335 Apr 9 John de Wetenhill. Stretton.
1335 Apr 10 Roger Marsh (de Marisco). Chantry at Bishopstone. Agnes de Burghope.
1335 Apr 21 Bartholomew Tyel. Old Radnor. The Crown.
1335 Apr 24 Lawrence de St. maur. Canonry in the cathedral, and preb. of Hinton. The bishop.

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DATE. PERSON PRESENTED. BENEFICE. PATRON. CAUSE OF VACANCY.

1336 Sep 25 Lewis de Charlton. Preb. of Wellington. The bishop.
1335 Dec 8 Wulstan de Schardesle. Pudlestone. John Curson.
1336 Dec 20 Wm. de Styntescombe. Westbury vic. William de Fownhope.
1336 Jan 8 Robert de Dene. Eardisland vic. Abb. and conv. of Lyre.
1336 Mar 13 Reginald de Wynton, deacon. Sacristy of Westbury. Matilda de Hodnet.
1336 Jan 18 William de Brylyn. Chetinton. Alice Burnel.
1336 Jan 26 Robert de Frome. Kyre Wyard. Abb. and conv. of Lyre.
1336 Mar 10 Roger de Longfield, chapl. Little Hatfield. John de Weston de Nicholston.
1336 Mar 14 Robert de Coventre. Newland vic. Bishop of Llandaff.
1336 Mar 18 Philip Havard. Huntley. John de Sapy.
1336 Mar 28 Richard Bradfield, deacon. Bodenham. Prior and conv. of Brecon.
1336 Feb 17 Walter de Waltone, clerk. Billingsley, chap.
1336 Jul 14 Walter Guymond. Wellington vic. Lawrence de la Barre.
1336 Jul 14 Hugh le Brut. Knill. Ralph de Knill.
1336 Jan 20 Thomas Chaloner. Straddele. Prior and conv. of Malvern.
1336 Mar 5 Walter Hodenat. Dormington. Abb. and conv. of Gloucester.
1336 Mar 6 John. Kenchester. Prior and conv. of Llanthony Prima.
1336 Jul 27 Richd de Moreton. Upton vic. Dean and chapter of Hereford.
1336 Nov 14 Robert Maurice de Worcester. Lindridge vic. Prior and chapter of Worcester.
1336 May 31 Robert de Park of Fownhope, chapl. Chantry at Fownhope. Sir Roger de Chaundos.
1336 Jun 1 John de Garewy. Bromsberwe. Sir William de Whitfield.
1336 Jun 1 William de Usk. Lancant. Thomas, Earl of Norfolk.
1336 Jul 8 John de Grenesende de Saldecote. Wolaston. Abb. and conv. of Tinterne.
1336 Nov 17 Robert de Stanford, chapl. Evesbach. Michael de la Watere de Esebach.
1336 Nov 22 Thos de Moreton, chapl. Cardiston. Abb. and conv. of Wigmore.
1337 Nov 23 Richard de Norwy. Mitcheldean. Ralph ap Eynoun. Res. of Adam de Blefield.
1338 Feb 28 Nicholas de Astone. Pembridge. The Crown.
1338 Mar 12 John de Strettone. Peterstowe. Henry de Grey.
1338 May 33(sic.) Eustache Hathewy. Minstreworth. The Crown.
1338 Mar 26 John de Clyntone. Stockton. William de Birmingham.

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DATE. PERSON PRESENTED. BENEFICE. PATRON. CAUSE OF VACANCY.

1336 Oct 8 Roger de la Hill. Croft.
1336 Oct 9 Richard le Clerk. Rock. The Crown.
1336 May 16 William Gamel. Chantry of St. Mary, Dorstone. Prior and conv. of Clifford.
1336 Nov 11 John Peyntour. Moccas. Sir John de Frome.
1339 Mar 23 Thomas le Botiller. Pulverbach. Wm. le Botiller.
1339 Mar 18 Nicholas Rocolf. Tidenham vic. The Crown.
1339 Jul 29 John Albon. Yarkhill vic. Master of Ledbury Hosp.
1339 Jun 11 Thomas le Wulf. Habberley. Robert Corbet.
1339 Jul 23 Walter Iccombe. Blaisdon (Blechisdone). Elias Blakeney.
1339 Oct 30 Walter le Baker. Chantry, Fownhope. Roger de Chandos.
1340 Feb 16 John de Kinnersley, clerk. Kinnersley. Yewatr de Kinnersley. Res. of Robert le Carpenter.
1340 Mar 13 Robt. de Rotheram. Ganarew (Genreu). Wm. Hathewy.
1340 Apr 12 John de Henley. Ross vic. Rector of Ross.
1340 Jun 15 Roger de Codington. Cold Weston. Abb. and conv. of Shrewsbury.
1340 Jun 23 John de Bradfield, clerk. Thornbury. Robt. de la Peche.
1340 Jun 25 John de Leigh. Bredenbury. Richd de Hopton de Leigh. Res. of John le Porter de Hertelbury.
1340 Jun 23 John de Beverleye. Ledbury vic. John de St Paul, portioner of the Overhall.
1340 Aug 5 Walter de Ocle, clerk. English Bicknor. John de Bares.
1340 Aug 6 Walter de Winslowe (Wyneslawe). Huntley. Alice de Sapy.
1340 Oct 1 Geoffrey Marshall. Longhope vic. The Crown (priory of Monmouth).
1340 Oct 17 Griffin de Weston. Stanton Lacy. Abb. and conv. of Llanthony Prima.
1340 Sep 11 Roger de Stanford. Rock. Abb. and conv. of St. Ebrulph.
1340 Oct 27 Simon Atrop. Peterchurch.
1340 Oct 27 Thomas de Bredwardine. Dorston vic. Prior and conv. of Clifford.
1340 Nov 10 Simon de Kemeseye. Cold Weston. Abb. and conv. of Shrewsbury.
1340 Dec 8 Thomas Murmion. Bouldon vic. Prioress and conv. of White Nuns of Brewood.
1340 Dec 15 Walter de Ashe. Myndtown. John de la Mimede.
1340 Dec 15 John de la Mimede. Ledbury. Abb. and conv. of Wigmore.
1341 Jan 18 William de Saale. Myndtown. John de la Mimede.
1341 Jan 23 Nicholas le Brut. Donnington chapel. John de St Paul and Humphrey de Charlton.

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DATE. PERSON PRESENTED. BENEFICE. PATRON. CAUSE OF VACANCY.

1341 Feb 15 Richard de Hurtesleye. Kynardeslegh. Zewatre & Matilda de Kynardeslegh.
1341 Feb 17 Philip de Landow. Westbury vic. William de Fownhope.
1341 Mar 8 Simon Avenel. Cold Weston. Abb. and conv. of Shrewsbury.
1341 Mar 21 John Martin. Middleton. The Crown.
1341 Jun 5 Sir Thos de Boulwas. Burwarton.
1341 Jun 4 Adam Osger. Can. and preb. of Gorwall. The bishop.
1341 Jun 4 John de Sheynton. Can. and preb. of Pionia Parva. The bishop.
1341 Jun 12 Philip de Upcote. Bridstow vic. The Crown.
1341 Jun 30 William Dyring. S. Aldgate's, Gloucester.
1341 Jul 21 Thos de la Hulle. Hope Bagot.
1341 Jul 12 Simon de Kemsseye. Cold Weston.
1341 Aug 5 Wm. de Sheyntone. Canonical house. The bishop. Vac. by Roger de Breynton.
1341 Aug 28 Richard de Chaundos. Can. and preb. of Monnington. The bishop.
1341 Aug 29 Lewis de Orleton. Canonical house. The bishop. Vac. by John de Orleton.
1341 Oct 10 Walter Pride. Habberley. Sir Robt. Corbet.
1341 Oct 10 Thomas Wolf. Alberbury.
1341 Oct 22 Thos. de Evesham. Preb. portion in Burford. John Talbot.
1341 Nov 24 John de la More de Catteley. Preb. in Castle Holgot. Sir Robert de Ercalewe.
1341 Dec 1 Nicholas le Hyne. Collington.
1341 Dec 1 Robert le Hunte. Eton. The bishop.
1342 Jan 12 John Biggetone. Chapel of Hopton.
1342 Jan 14 Wm. de Kempeseye. Cold Weston.
1342 Jan 14 Maculinus de Kynardesleye. Coreley.
1342 Feb 3 Roger de Carlisle. Knill.
1342 Feb 7 William de Gretton. Clifford vic.
1342 Feb 23 Richard Stowell. Neen Sollers.
1342 Feb 23 Richard Judas. Sudbury.
1342 Mar 10 Roger de Affcote. Alghamstone.
1342 Apr 11 Roger atte Walle. Weston vic.
1342 Apr 25 John Joldewyne. Wheathill.
1342 May 25 Roger Stede. Chantry in St. Mary's chapel, New Radnor.
1342 Jul 12 John de la More. Chapel de la More.
1342 Jun 13 John de Bigtone. Chapel of Greete.

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DATE. PERSON PRESENTED. BENEFICE. PATRON. CAUSE OF VACANCY.

1342 Jun 13 Richd. de Bradeford. Sudbury.
1342 Jun 22 Wm. de la Felde. Dorstone vic.
1342 Jul 22 Thomas de Bredwardine. Baysham vic.
1342 Oct 2 Richd. de Dudderleye. Monnington.
1342 Oct 3 Richd. fitz Richard de Pembridge. Monkeland vic.
1342 Nov 16 Baldewin de Whitney. Pencombe.
1342 Jan 17 Nich. de Wichford. Chetton. Alice de Burnel.
1342 Feb 28 Wm. de Dimmock. Lancant. Maria, Countess of Norfolk.
1342 Jun 9 William de Retford. Kingsland. The Crown.
1342 Nov 13 Wm. de Baggeford. Clifford vic. The Crown.

EXCHANGES OF BENEFICES.

DATE. PERSONA. PERSONB.

1328 May 6 Hugh de Monnington, vicar of Lynton. Robert de Preston, vicar of Lacton, in diocese of Sarum.
1329 Jun 24 John de Caldecote, rector of Peterstowe. William de Hitch, rector of Latchworth, Lincoln d.
1331 Feb 24 William fitz William de Hardishulle, rector of Stretton in Strettonsdale. William fitz John de Hardishulle, vicar of Styltone, Lincoln d.
1331 Mar 31 John de Cirencester, vicar of Lidney. Walter de Bonville, rector of Teyntone.
1331 Jul 11 Philip de la More, rector of Hopton Wafers. Hugh de Neenton, portionist of coll. ch. of St. Probus, Cornwall, Exeter d.
1332 May 20 Robert de Shipstone, rector of Newenham. Richard de Streyntone, rector of Gyugs Rauf, London d.
1333 Jan 25 Adam de Bartone, rector of Eastnor. John de Bartone, rector of St. Peter's, Ashby, Lincoln d.
1334 Jul 22 Simon de Braybrook, portionist of Burford. John de Lugwardine, rector of Farthingstone, Lincoln d.
1335 Mar 28 William de Hardishulle, rector of Stretton in Strettonsdale. John de Wettenhulle, rector of Kingsley, Lich. and Cov. d.
1335 Feb 23 Richard de Bosbury, vicar of Burghill. Henry de Houton, rector of Hartscombe, Worcester d.
1336 Dec 13 Elyas Walewayn, rector of Stoke Edith. Thomas de Dumbletone, prebendary of Westbury, Worcester d.
1339 Oct 27 John Martin, vicar of Mamble (Momele). John de Marisco, rector of Pudlestone.
1340 May 11 Walter de Brikyndone, rector of Montgomery. Robert de Wynnesbury, rector of Little Birmingham, Norwich d.
1340 May 11 John de Strettone, rector of Peterstowe. John Abraham, rector of Itchenor, Chichester d.
1340 Sep 11 Richard Clerk, rector of Rock. Roger de Stafford, rector of St. Helen's, Worcester, Worc d.
1340 Oct 17 Richard de Pembridge, vicar of Stanton Lacy. Griffin de Westone, co-portionist of Llandewi Trofendik, St David's d.
1340 Sep 20 John de London, vicar of Goodrich Castle. William de Poulton, rector of Bramdene, Winch. d.
1340 Nov 30 John de Worcester, vicar of Bridge Sollers. Ralph de Bruges, rector of Lannewych, St. David's d.
1341 Mar 8 John Normand, rector of Kingsland. Nicholas de Clebury, rector of Middleton, Cov. and Lich. d.
1341 Oct 17 Wolstan de Cheldisleye, vicar of Mamble. John de Curdewall, vicar of Wombourn, Lincoln d.
1341 Nov 24 John de Colyntone, rector of Collington. Nicholas de Hyne, chantry priest in la Almeshall, Hereford.
1341 Jul 16 John Huband, rector of Etone on Wye. Robert le Hunte, rector of Quatt, Cov. and Lich. d.
1342 Nov 29 Hugh le Brett, rector of Knill. Roger de Carliols, rector of Abergaveny.
1342 May 15 Walter Hochenak, vicar of Dormington. Hugh de Westone, rector of Bokenill, Llandaff d.
1342 Oct 2 Robert de Homele, rector of Ross. Thomas Callebot, rector of Fulmer, Ely d.
1343 May 25 Nicholas de Oxonia, rector of Brampton. Ralph de Glaseley, rector of Wymington, Lincoln d.
1343 Nov 13 William de Baggesore, rector of Kinnersley. William Grettone, vicar of Clifford, Cov. and Lich. d.
1343 Nov 25 John de Uppingtone, vicar of Kinlet. Philip le Porter, vicar of Stow, Worcester d.

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LETTERS DIMISSORY.

A.D. 1328. May 11- Apud Whitbourne Thomas de Whittone optinuit literas dimissorias ut posset ordinari a quocumque episcopo catholico Cantuariensis provincie ad ordines subdiaconatus et diaconatus dum tamen titulum sufficientem exhibuerit ordinatori suo et aliud canonicum non obsistat.
Sept. 3- William de Sterdene, deacon, Roger de in More, deacon, to priest's orders.
" 5- Richard de Westone, to all minor orders.
" 5- William de Westone, to priest's orders.
" 8- William Hot de Westbury, William Solymon de Penkethy, to deacon's orders.
" 13- Matthew de la Hethe, William de Wodende, to deacon's orders.
" 15- Hugo de Lugastone, William de Suttone, William Achard de Lydeneye, to priest's orders.
" 15- John Juttes, Henry de Tullington, canon of Chirbury, William de Bromfield, Richard Warfot de Pembridge, Robert Home de Lydeneye, Stephen le Whyn de Newenham, to subdeacon's orders.

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A.D. 1328. Sept. 16- Philip le Rede de Snodhill, William de Emyngehope, Richard de Lardene, Geoffrey de Ledbury, Richard Folevill de Mansel Lacy, John de Ledbury, vicar of Weston, to priest's orders.
" 16- Stephen de Batone, Walter de Burghtone, to deacon's orders.
" 16- Richard de Brugge, Richard de Brockhampton, canons of Wormsley, to all minor orders.
" 16- William de Ermingehope, Thomas de Nortone, to all minor orders.
" 18- John de Pyonya, to deacon's orders.
" 18- William and John de Credenhill, to priest's orders.
" 18- Roger Bartholomew, to subdeacon's orders.
" 17- Richard atte Marssh, to all orders.
" 12- Walter de Mulehal de Witteney, to priest's orders.
" 20- William de Hardishulle, rector of Stratton, to subdeacon's orders.
" 20- Roger Payn de Clone, Nicholas Brut de Donyntone, Georgius de Mappenore, Symon Maxi, Henry, rector of Little Cowarne, Roger Pagyn, William de Buterle, to priest's orders.
" 20- Reginald de Tikelwaryn, Adam de Etone, John de la More de Leominstria, Peter Bok de Ledebury, to deacon's orders.
" 20- John de Abbodeleye, to subdeacon's orders.
" 18- William Olessy de Quintone, to subdeacon's orders.
Aug. 20- Walter de Madeleye, to subdeacon's orders.
Oct. 28- Willlam Ychenard de Wenloch, to all minor orders.
" 24- William de Saultone, to all minor orders.
A.D. 1329. Feb. 5- Richard de Westone, to deacon's orders.
" 5- William Rogier, to all minor orders.
" 20- John de Estenore, to all orders.
" 28- William Wodende, to priest's orders.
Mar. 1- John de Camera, to all minor and subdeacon's orders.
" 10- William de Marla, to deacon's and priest's orders.
" 13- Richard Foy, to deacon's and priest's orders.
May 16- William de Brauncewall, to priest's orders.
June 2- William de Straddel and John de Monitone, to priest's orders.
Aug. 16- Richard Ragoun, to all orders.
Nov. 12- Hugo de Aylintone and John de Longhope, to all orders.
Dec. 5- William de Clifford, to all orders.
" 13- Walter de Sarnehulle, rector, to subdeacon's orders.

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A.D. 1329. Dec. 18- Walter Gotnond, rector of Knille, to priest's orders.
" 19- William Mareschal de Madeleye and John, rector of Ledewich, to priest's orders.
A.D. 1330. May 10- Cecil (Seisellus) de Cressac de Hentland, to all orders.
" 10- Thomas de Wormbrugge, deacon's and priest's orders.
July 7- Hugh le Boyero de Uptone, to all minor orders.
" 12- Walter de Notingham, rector of Montgomery, to all holy orders.
" 26- James de Heggesschawe, to all orders.
Aug. 15- Nicholas de Alvingtone, acolyte, to all holy orders.
Sept, 3- John de Petirstowe, acolyte, subdeacon's and deacon's orders.
" 14- John de Bache, to deacon's orders.
" 14- William de Bultibrok, to priest's orders.
" 14- Adam le Harper de Presthemede, to subdeacon's orders.
" 14- Hugh de Hesketh, to priest's orders.
" 15- John de Burghulle and John Cop de Ros, to subdeacon's orders.
" 15- Walter de Much Cowarne, to deacon's orders.
" 15- Roger fitz John de Fonte de Stok Laci, to priest's orders.
" 18- William Beneit de Ros, to subdeacon's orders.
" 18- John de Bromptone, to priest's orders.
" 18- John de Stradhulle, Adam de Castro, Hugh de Tibertone, Gilbert de Prestone, to deacon's orders.
" 18- Thomas Benoit de Ros.
" 18- William de Blechesdon, Richard Walkemasse, Philip Bras de Kingscaple, Hugh de Bruntone, fitz Roger Brocbury, Nicholas de Kari, v. of Calewe, Roger de la Lowe, John de Wodehous, to priest's orders.
" 18- Walter Muleward de Brunshope, Stephen Russel de Ros, John fitz John de Wiltone, Richard Howe de Eccliswalle, John de Hildisleye, William de Stoctone, William Palmero de Kingestone, to all orders (sic).
" 18- Adam, vicar de Castro Episcopi, to subdeacon's orders.
" 19- John fitz Thomas Carpenter de Etone and Thomas Remold de Leominstria, to priest's orders.
" 19- Walter de Radinge, to deacon's orders.
Oct. 28- John de Leonhale, rector de Mordiford, subdeacon, to all orders.
Nov. 11- Stephen de Monte Leonis, rector de Bromptone Brian, to all minor orders.
" 28- John Joie, rector de Tibertone, to priest's orders.
Dec. 1- John de Hoggeshawe, if found fit, to all minor orders.
" 8- John Gamage de Themedebury, if fit, to all minor orders.

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A.D. 1331. Jan. 17- Richard de Ploufeld de Nortone, to deacon's orders.
" 17- Adam, vicar de Castro Episcopi, to deacon's and priest's orders.
Apr. 4- Thomas Osberti de Went, to all holy orders.
June 11- John fitz William de Hamenasche, to all minor orders.
Sept. 23- William de Pikiole, to all minor orders.
" 25- John de Stauntone, to all minor orders.
Oct. 2- Richard Baret de Aka, deacon, to priest's orders.
" 2- Richard de Blakemere, to all minor orders.
Nov. 23- Thomas Corot de Tudenham, to deacon's and priest's orders.
Dec. 12- Adam Berte, rector of Puddlestone, William de Curdewalle, Guep, to subdeacon's orders.
" 16- Adam Walla de Clonegonford, to subdeacon's orders.
" 13- Hugh Sigild, deacon, to priest's orders.
" 1- Peter Belgrave, deacon, to priest's orders.
" 27- William Morgan de Kyngscaple, to all holy orders.
" 6- Reginald Page de Wigmor, to subdeacon's orders.
A.D. 1332. Jan. 27- William fitz William Ryngare de Wenlok, to all minor orders.
Mar. 6- Richard Iwayn de Hereford, to priest's orders.
" 6- Richard Sumptier de Throkelistone, to all minor orders.
" 8- Ralph de Rode, to all minor orders.
" 22- John Comyn, dispensed for illegitimacy, and John Tipet de Cullyngtone, to all orders.
" 26- William fitz Richard de Wenlok, to all holy orders.
Apr. 23- William Dag, rector of Moreton on Lugge, to priest's orders.
June 5- Robert Russel de Kilpek, to all minor orders.
July 21- Walter de Cobitone, deacon, to priest's orders.
Sept. 8- Thomas Hakelut, canon of Hereford, to subdeacon's orders.
" 8- Reginald Page, subdeacon, to all holy orders.
" 14- Walter de Hulford, deacon, John Martyn, deacon, Henry Breton, deacon, Robert de Esthrope, rector of Astone, deacon, Adam Balle, deacon, to priest's orders.
" 17- Roger Godrich, deacon, to priest's orders.
" 18- Adam Berte, rector of Pudlesdone, subdeacon, to deacon's orders.
Aug. 22- William de Strettone, subdeacon, to all holy orders.
Sept. 18- John de Bergh, monk of Monmouth, deacon, to priest's orders.
Dec. 9- Roger de Hurtesleye, rector of Shelsley le Walshe, to all orders.
" 19- Richard de Bradestone, deacon, to priest's orders.
" 20- William de Bolesdone, to all orders.

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1333. Mar. 20- Ralph Mortimer, rector of New Radnor, to all orders.
27- Walter de Hurtesleye, rector of Bishopston, to all minor orders.
Dec. 8- Roger atte Rue, deacon, to priest's orders.
" 8- John Haket, rector of Wheathill, to subdeacon's orders.
A.D. 1335. July 23- John de Borecote, acolyte, to all orders.
Sept. 11- Robert Badecot, acolyte, to subdeacon's orders.
" 12- Reginald Milo de Newent, William le Baker, acolyte, Richard de Hulle, deacon, John Paty, deacon, to priest's orders.
" 29- Richard de Codeshale, rector of Moreton, to all orders.
" 27- Walter le White de Lugwardine, to all orders.
Oct. 26- John Fitzjohn de Upton, to all orders.
Sept. 21- William Fitz Hugh le Tiler de Clungunford, acolyte, and John de Braynford de Wenlock, acolyte, to all orders.
" 21- William Hychemunder, subdeacon, to deacon's orders.
" 21- Adam de Kent, deacon, to priest's orders.
" 22- William de Astone, portioner of Pontesbury, to all orders.
" 18- Peter de Hope, of Rock, to subdeacon's orders.
Dec. 19- John le Wyche de Pentonville, acolyte, to all orders.
Feb. 16- Walter de Moretone, acolyte, to subdeacon's orders.
" 17- Stephen de Kynardesleye, deacon, to priest's orders.
" 17- Henry de Frommelode, subdeacon, to all holy orders.
" 22- William le Ringere de Wenlak, subdeacon, to all holy orders.
" 22- Walter de Straddel, acolyte, to all orders.
" 22- John Brasur de Blakemere, subdeacon, to deacon's and priest's orders.
" 22- Richard Michale, deacon, to priest's orders.
A.D. 1336. Jan. 17- John de Horchard, subdeacon, to deacon's and priest's orders.
Mar. 28- Philip Daniel, subdeacon, to deacon's orders.
Apr. 12- Nicholas de Fulbridge, vicar of chapel of S. Catherine, Hereford, deacon, to priest's orders.
May 2- Thomas Corbet, to all minor orders.
Dec. 12- Bartholomew Tyrel, rector of Old Radnor, acolyte, to sub-deacon's orders.
June 10- Thomas de la Grene, acolyte, to all orders.
" 12- Richard atte Doure, to priesthood.
A.D. 1341. Dec. 19- Stephen de Eastnor, subdeacon, to deacon's and priest's orders.

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DISPENSATIONS FOR NON-RESIDENCE.

A.D. 1328. Mar. 21- To Elias Walewayn, rector of Stoke Edith, subdeacon, for two years, for study.
Apr. 15- John Res, rector of Dorstone, priest, one year, for study.
" 15- Adam le Low, rector of Whitney, one year, for study. May 6- Rector of Stocton, one year, for study.
June 1- Robert de Sheptone, rector of Newenham, priest, two years, for study.
" 1- Adam, rector of Whitchurch, to Michaelmas, for a pilgrimage.
" 16- Henry, rector of Montgomery, subdeacon, two years, for study.
Sept. 17- Walter Gomond, rector of Knill, subdeacon, two years, for study.
" 18- Hugh de Byford, rector of Richard's Castle, priest, one year, for study.
" 20- Richard, rector of Thongland, one year, to attend on Sir Richard le Croupis.
Dec. 17- William de Hardishulle, rector of Stretton in Strettonsdale, subdeacon, two years, for study.
A.D. 1329, Jan. 29- William de Monhohn, rector of Hope Mansel, one year, for good reasons (causis licitis et honestis).
Mar. 1- John de Leonhales, rector of Mordiford, subdeacon, two years, for study.
July 7- Adam Trewelove, rector of Monnington, subdeacon, one year, for study.
" 28- Adam Aylyngtone, rector of Aston Ingham, priest, as long as he was in attendance on the bishop of Worcester.
Aug. 30- Robert de Shutford, rector of Stockton, priest, one. year, for study.
Oct. 3- Walter Dubrey, rector of Hope Sollers, ono year, for a pilgrimage.
" 31- Roger Chike, rector of Kentchurch, priest, four years, for study.
A.D. 1330, Jan. 11- Elias Walewayn, rector of Stoke Edith, subdeacon, two years, for study.
Feb. 1- Milo, rector of Letton, two years, for study.
Mar. 14- Nicholas Karewent, rector of Kinnersley, two years (no reason given).
Apr. 14- Adam Trewelove, rector of Monnington, one year, for study.
" 16- John Joye, rector of Tibertone, subdeacon, one year, for study.
May 4- John de Weston, rector of Edvin, one year, for good reasons.

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A.D. 1330. May 10- John de la Mimede, rector of Llandinabo, priest, one year, for study.
" 15- Richard, rector of GrendonWaryn, one year, for good reasons.
" 22- William de Barewe, rector of Sutton by Shrewsbury, till Michaelmas, 1331, for good reasons.
Feb. 24- Robert, vicar of Lynton, three months, for a pilgrimage.
June 1- William de Fowehope, rector of Westbury, one year, for good reasons.
" 1- Richard de Sidenhale, rector of Whitburnx, one year, for good reasons.
" 2- Richard de Dane, rector of Tugford, priest, two years, for good reasons.
" 5- Walter de Gotham, rector of Brompton, priest, two years for good reasons.
" 26- Adam de Aylintone, rector of Rock, priest, while in attendance on the bishop of Worcester.
July 12- Walter de Notingham, rector of Montgomery, two years, for good reasons.
" 12- Robert, rector of Stockton, one year (no reason given).
" 12- Robert de la Felde, rector of Colwall, three years (no reason given).
Aug. 3- Roger Bluet, rector of Credenhill, one year, for study.
Sept. 19- Robert de Esthrop, rector of Aston, one year, for study.
Nov. 16- William Golafre, rector of Awre, one year, for study.
" 28- John de Leonhales, rector of Mordiford, one year, for study.
Dec. 6- Peter de Belgrave, portionist of Burford, deacon, one year, for study.
A.D. 1331. Apr. 1- Robert, rector of Staunton in Forest, two years (no reason given).
" 2- Adam Trewelove, rector of Monnington, one year, for study.
" 17- Richard de Weston, rector of Grendon Waryn, two years, for study.
May 10- John de Medersch, portionist of Westbury, one year, for study.
June 9- Rector of Edvin, two years, for study.
" 3- Richard de Stoke, rector of Stoke Edith, one year (no reason).
July 3- Ralph de Horwode, rector of Byford, subdeacon, one year, for study.
" 12- Geoffrey of Scardeburgh, rector of Woolstaston, one year, to attend on Sir John de Handle.
Aug. 12- Roger Bluet, rector of Credenhill, subdeacon, two years, for study.
Sept, 17- Golafre, rector of Awre, two years, for good reasons,

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A.D. 1331. Nov. 1- Robert de Esthrope, rector of Aston Ingham, one year, for study.
Dec. 12- Adam Berte, rector of Pudlestone, one year, for study.
Nov. 8- William de Straushall, rector of Peterstew, priest, two years, for good reason.
" 18- Robert, rector of Stockton, one year, to attend on Sir William de Birmingham.
Dec. 23- Nicholas, rector of Old Radnor, priest, one year, for good reason.
" 1- Peter de Belgrave, portionist of Burford, deacon, one year, for study.
Nov. 25- Richard, rector of Aston Boterel, priest, one year, for study.
Dec. 26- William, rector of Hope Sollars, priest, one year, for study.
A.D. 1332. Jan. 7- John Joie, rector of Tiberton, two years, for good reasons.
" 25- Adam de Waltham, rector of Munsley, two years, for study.
Sept. 29- Nicholas, rector of Old Radnor, one year, for good reasons.
Mar. 13- Nicholas de Kaerwent, rector of Kinnersley, two years, for good reasons.
Jan. 12- Elyas Walewayn, rector ef Stoke Edith, subdeacon, one year, for study.
May 8- Henry, rector of Montgomery, subdeacon, one year, for study.
" 10- John, reetor of Croft, one year, for good reasons.
" 10- Hugh de Neenton, rector of Hopton Wafre, priest, three years, for good reasons.
" 28- Nicholas de Oxon., rector of Brompton Bryan, priest, two years, for good reasons.
Oct. 15- John de Stanford, rector of How Caple, priest, one year, for good reasons.
Aug. 2- Adam Trewelove, rector of Monuington, subdeacon, one year, for study.
Sept. 23- John, recter of Edvin (Zeddefen), while in attendance on Henry de Schorne, canon.
Oct, 19- Robert de la Lee, rector of Minsterworth, one year (no reason).
" 30- Walter de Hurteslee, rector of Bishopstone, one year, for study.
Nov. 11- Peter de Belgrave, portioner of Burford, deacon, for good reasons.
Dec. 9- Roger de Hurtesleye, rector of Chelsley, two years, for study.
" 14- William Lowth, rector of Kington, one year, for study.
A.D. 1333. Mar. 20- Ralph Mortimer, rector of New Radnor, one year, for study.
" 30- Richard, rector of Llanwaran, one year, for good reasons.
July 17- Adam Trewelove, rector of Monnington, one year, for study.

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A.D. 1333. Sept. 18- Walter de Hurtesleye, rector of Bishopstone, for study.
Oct. 23- Richard Beneyt, chaplain of Billingsley, one year, for study.
A.D. 1334. Apr. 5- Ralph Mortimer, two years, for study.
May 5- Rector of Thornbury, one year, for good cause.
" 7- Rector of Richard's Castle, one year, for good cause.
Mar. 17 - Nicholas de Kaerwent, rector of Kinnersley, priest, two years, for good cause.
Jan. 26- Adam de Waltham, rector of Munslow, two years, for study.
June 24- Rector of Evesbatch, five years, while in attendance on the Countess of Pembroke.
" 29- Rector of Newenham, one year, for study.
Sept. 28- Rector of Rock, three years, for study.
" 25- William, rector of Tasley, one year, for study.
Oct. 25- John Haket, rector of Wheathill, subdeacon, two years, for study.
Sept. 18- Richard de Steyntone, rector of Newenham (no reason).
A.D. 1235. Jan. 9- Richard de Weston, rector of Grendon Waryn, three years, to attend on his mother.
Apr. 21- William de Clare, rector of Byford, two years, to attend on the Earl of Hereford.
A.D. 1340. Oct. 1- Nicholas de Oxenforde, rector of Bramptone, while in attendance on Sir Thomas de Wake.
" 1- Nicholas de Astone, rector of Pembridge, two years for study.
A.D. 1342. Feb. 18- Richard de Stayntone, one year, for good reasons.

DISPENSATIONS FOR ILLEGITIMACY.

A.D. 1332. Sept. 8- Henry de Rudmarley, clerk (at Prestbury).
A.D. 1333. Oct. 3- John fitz Roger Ragon (Prestbury).
A.D. 1334. May 8- John Filet (Bosbury).
A.D. 1335. Feb. 14- John de Arderne, clerk (Bosbury).
A.D. 1342. " 18- William Sheld (Ross).

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ORDINATION LISTS.

To economize space the Ordination Lists are much abbreviated. It should be noted that:-

(1) The Bishop of Hereford conducted the ordinations when it is not otherwise stated.
(2) The name of the diocese is omitted for Hereford. When the candidates came from any other, the dimissory letters are indicated thus:- Linc. dioc. (l. d.).
(3) The title is given at the end of each entry, thus:- ti. pa., when private patrimony; ti. P. Corbet, when a pension from a patron; pap. prov. by Wigmore abb., when a papal order required a monastery to provide a benefice; name of church, chantry, sacristan's office, or religious house which gave the title.
(4) Friars, with their different orders, are entered as:- Fr. Min. (Minor), Fr. Pr. (Preacher), Fr. Aust. (Augustinian), Fr. Carm. (Carmelites), Fr. Herem.

ORDINATION BY THE BISHOP OF HEREFORD AT CLUN, FEB. 26, 1327.

ACOLYTES.

John de Uptone.
John Penymawe.
John Cambrey.
John Malmeshulle.
Hugh de Monselowe.
William le Deghere.
John, s. of William de Knyghtetone.
William Aubrey.
William Howell.
William de Wynesbury.
Richard de Quichcote.
John Body de Hentes.
John Sprot de Wollertone.
William de Lautone.
John le Longe.
Henry de Strattone.
William de Strattone.
William Collynge.
John de Walcote.
John de Wassebourne.

94 Registrum Thome de Charlton.

John de Okeleie.
Richard of Cardistone.
Walter le Parmentier.
William Godefrey.
Walter Burtone.
Richard de Esthope.
John de Neutone.
Richard de Stoke.
Walter de Buford.
Thomas Pitte.
Thomas de Pontisburi.
Richard do. do.
Thomas de Alstone.
Edward Ylimenoc.
Richard de Salopia.
William de Malmeshulle.
John de Braunforde.
Roger Burleie.
William Marschal de Leyntwardyn.
William de Athelautone.
Henry de Wiggemor.
William de Astone.
John de Cumbertone, Robert de Stapilforde, Adam Dym, Fr. Min., Ludlow.
John de Salopia, Hugh de Piage, Wenlock priory.
John de Londone, Philip Make de Monmuthe, Clifford pr.
Robert Peter Bodekyn de Henle, Lincoln dioc. (l. d.).
Henry de Tullyngtone, can. de Chirbury.
Henry de Withingtone.
David de Watirdene.
John de Colbege.
Richard Burtone.
John de Hirdle.
Walter Roman.
Philip de Marston.
Hugh de Montgomery.
William de Watirdene.
Richard de Burforde.
David de la Munede.
David de Meinstone.
Richard Modi de Dene.
Walter Bokenil.
William de Clone.
Roger Marchaund.
William Holgot.
Walter de Leyntwardyn.
William Buttare.
Walter de Chirbury.
Walter de Etone.
Roger de Don.
Hugh de Clone.
Gervase de Mainstone.
John Dygon.
John de Radenore.
John Domnier.
Hugh de Wistanstowe.
John de Cimiterio.
John de Redenore.
Roger de Almaly.
John de Actone.
Adam de Watirdene.
Fr. Robert Stirklonde.
Fr. Thomas Lucy.

SUBDEACONS.

John de Ledbury. [1]
William, son of John de Buterle.
Nicholas de Lardeyne.
William de Tuggeforde.
William Walkere.
Richard Withire.
Simon Maci.
John de Etone.

[1] All by ti. pa.

Episcopi Herefordensis. 95

Hamund de Mokeleye. [1]
Roger de Brunsope.
John de Credenhulle.
William de Credenhulle.
Roger de la Hulle.
Reginald de Bradistone.
Ingram, s. of Nicholas de Emynhope.
Richard Munter de Hereforde.
Richard de Moghale.
William Galeys de Brumleye.
William Clerk de Suttone.
Adam de Etone.
Madoc de Dichecote.
Roger in ye More.
William de Clebury.
Hugh de Lengarstone.
Roger de Hoptone.
Hugh de Moinele.
Nicholas le Bret.
Thomas de Goldhulle.
Geoffrey Le Lidebury.
William de Thomebury.
Richard Barfot de Penebrugge.
George de Mappenore.
Walter de Mulhale.
John de Luyde.
William, s. of Adam de Thorneburi.
Richard Barfot.

[1] All by ti. pa.

William de Sterdene, Newent priory.
Adam de Ashforde, Ouston abbey (Osolvestone).
Walter de Lynehale, Dore abb.
William Rundulf, Wiggemor abb.
William Achard, chantry of Holy Cross, Lidney.
John Luce, Monmouth pr.
Ralph de Poklyntone, William de Normannia, William de Eynderne, Hugh de Munstreworthe, Fr. Aust., Ludlow.
Richard de Lyne, Lanthony pr. (l. d.)
Walter Hervi, Fr. Min., Hereford.
Walter de Peterchurch, Robert de Sutteburne, Hugh de Pole, William de Bettone, Robert de Wiggonel, Fr. Min.
Robert de Ewyas.
Robert de Etone, Dore abb.

DEACONS.

Roger de Solers, rector of Brommesberewe.
Richard de Wlverenhamptone, Wenloke pr.
Robert de Prestone, Roger de Bromleye, Fr. Min.
Walter de Pionia, John de Herefordia, Dore abb.
William, son of John Maci, sacris., Clongonford.
Roger, s. of Roger Pagyn, William de la Munede, William, s. of Richard Corn de Wenloc, John Brigge de Marcle, Henry de Kempeleie, Robert Beneit de Ledebury, Hugh de Little Herefordia, Roger le Wise, ti. pa.

96 Registrum Thome de Charlton.

Gilbert Thorgryn, chantry in S. Nicholas, Hereford.
John, s. of Thomas Carpentar de Etone, William de Orleton de Leminstre, ti. pa.
Hugh de Coveleie, Flaxleye pr.
William de Westbury, Thomas de Whiteby, Ludlow pr.
William de Hallestede, Linc. dioc. (l. d.), Monmouth pr.
Gervase de la Pole.
Henry de Pionia, vic. Heref. cathedral.
Roger de Sheyntone, Reginald de Castretone, Buldewas abb.

PRIESTS.

Roger le Voil de Actone Rond, Richard de Dodytone, Roger, s. of Walter de Loene, Roger Morice, ti. pa.
William Heritage de Aleryntone, Linc. dioc. (l. d.), Wroxton pr.
John de Brugge, Richard de Poleleye, Robert de Besselowe, Buldewas abb.
William de Redinge, Wenloc pr.
William de Astale, Flaxley abb.
Henry de la Forde by le Cloe, hosp. S. John, Shrewsbury.
John de Hurt, ti. pa.
John de Wyggestone, Chich. dioc. (l. d.), Lewes pr.
William de Swineye, rect. of Silveron.
Ap Ruyth, Fr. Min., Heref.
William de Keynes, rect. of Lyngtone, Exon. dioc. (l. d.).

ORDINATION IN MUNSLOW, MAR. 19, 1327.

SUBDEACONS.

Richard de Foleville, Llanth. pr.
John de Combtone, Ralph de Pokelyntone, Fr. Aust., Ludlow.

DEACONS.

Walter de Linhale, chantry in Grosmont.
Hugh de Moinele, John de Croidenhulle, John de Lude, ti. pa.
Roger de Bronsope, chantry S. Mary, Brunsop.
Ingram, s. of Nicholas, ti. pa. and 40s. from John Payn and brothers.
Richard de Monghale, John de Etone, William le Walkere, Reginald de Bradistone, William de Tuggeford, ti. pa.
William de Normannia et William de Finderne, Fr. Aust.

Episcopi Herefordensis. 97

PRIESTS.

Henry de Pionia, Gilbert Thorgrym, chantry in Cathedral.
William de Hugford, rect. of Stoctone, Cov. and Lich. dioc. (l. d.).
William de Mundene, Hugh de Parva Herefordia, ti. pa.
William de Westbury, Fr. Aust.

ORDINATION IN MOMERFELD, EVE OF EASTER, 1328.

SUBDEACON.

Jacob de Mortone, rect. of Rode, Bath and Wells dioc. (l. d.).

DEACONS.

Andrew de Baskerville, rect. of Ingoldsthorpe, Norwich dioc. (l. d.).
William Beysin, rect. of Crondale, Cant. dioc. (l. d.).
John de Smythcote Richard of Haghemon abb., Cov. et Lich. dioc. (l. d.).

PRIESTS.

Richard de Hamptone, Wenlock pr.
John de Assheberge, rect. of Lythebourne, Worc. dioc., (l. d.).
Stephen de Lee, Elagmon abb., Cov. and Lich. dioc. (l. d.).

ORDINATION IN AWRE, MAY 28, 1328.

ACOLYTES.

William Baret.
Nicholas Boungy.
Reginald Mile de Newent.
Thomas de Monytone.
Robert Godriche de Blethedone.
Thomas Thorel.
Reginald Hethes de Micheldean.
Andrew de Menede, rect. of Easton Grey, Salis. dioc. (l. d.).
Peter de Strode.
John de Strode.
John Foliot, rect. of Hampton Lovet (l. d.).
John de Abbedeleye.
John Albon.
Thomas Fowiere.
Robert de Goldhulle.
Richard de Bradistone.
William de Welnyhope.
John Aylmer.
John le Forester.
John Pril.

98 Registrum Thome de Charlton.

Hugh de Wythintone.
Matthew de Kempeleie.
John, s. of Thomas Saunion.
Thomas de Boys.
John Habbeogod.
John More.
Richard Bardeleie.
Hugh de Cotyntone.
William Weywode.
Henry Draulacche.
William de Astone.
John de Avlistone.
Ralph Hoke.
Hugh de Herdwyk.
Thomas de Lench, rect. of Lenche Rudolph, Worc. dioc. (l. d.)
John de Kempelie.
John atte ledewe.
John Mev de Erlynghame, Worc. dioc. (l. d.).
John de Wiltone.
John Braunforde de Clone.
John de Hulle.
William Gauntier.
William de Whitebourne.
Richard de Worthyn.
William de Tramel.
William Cournbour.
Richard de Hokyntone.
Bartholomew Bochier.
Walter de Radeleie.
Richard le Hauekere.
Stephen de Nonhame.
William de Barewe.
Adam de Peinesax.
John Sebrist.
Philip de Holeburwe.
William le Lange.
Henry de Munstreworth.
John Tilare.
John AlwyndeTeyntone, Fr. Carm.
Elias Blakeney.
Radulf Wasteney.
Peter de Croule.

SUBDEACONS.

John de Langeleie, Fr. Preacher.
John Serisi, William Gay, Fr. Carm.
Matthew de la Hethe, ti. pa.
Walter Gomond, rect. of Knille.
Richard de Suttone de Pontisbury, Walter de Maddeleie, Reginald de Tikelwardyn, Richard de la Marche, Peter Beke, Stephen Lewelyn de Newenhame, Richard Modi de Micheldene, John de Pionia, Stephen de Bictone, Robert de Wilileye, William de Mappenore, William Penketelyn, ti. pa.
William de Bromfeld de Maurdyn, chantry of S. Mary in Pipe.
Clemens de Soberico, rect. of Wyttenhame, Salis. dioc. (l. d.).
William de Gloucestria, Flaxley abb.
John de Lye, Henry de Ashtone, Robert de Gloucester, Worc. pr. (l. d.).
Philip Mahe, Monmouth pr.
Willitun de Bagworthe, Linc. dioc. (l. d.).

Episcopi Herefordensis. 99

Walter de Bortone, Henry Mappenore, Roger Braun de Yarpole, John de Coveleye, Richard Blondel, Walter de Halghtone, ti. pa.
John de Remmesleye, hosp. S. Trin., Bridgenorth.
Thomas Rowere de Warewyke, Worc. dioc. (l. d.).
Robert de Home, chantry S. Mary, Lidney.
John de London, Clifford pr.
Roger Crouke, Worc. dioc., chantry S. Mary, S. Aldates, Glouc. (l. d.).
Thomas de Lega, Great Malvern pr. (l. d.).
John de Malmeshulle.
John Holt de Westbury.

DEACONS.

William de Sterdone, chantry S. Mary, Newent.
Nicholas de Helioun, rect. of Lassendone, York dioc. (l. d.).
Hugh de Lengarstone, Nicholas de Lardene, William de Credenhulle, Roger de la More de Castle Frome, ti. pa.
William Rondulf, title exhibited.
William Clericus de Sottone, Roger de Hoptone Prioris, Walter de Mulehale de Wyteneye, Nicholas de Dunnytone, John de Ledebury, ti. pa.
William Achard de Lideneye, chantry of Holy Cross, Lidney.
William de Strode, Worc. dioc. (l. d.), chantry in Lipiate.
John de Bantu, ord. S. Barth.
Richard Withir de Ledebury, ti. pa.
William de Westone by Ros, Dore abb.
Henry de Wiggemor, rect. of Little Cowarne.
William de Thonebury.
Adam de Ashforde, Ouston abb.
John Cromp, rect. of S. Michael, Worc. (l. d.).
Roger de Goderyntone, Worc. dioc. (l. d.).
Thomas Skiret, Fr. Carm.
Richard de Lyme, Lanthony pr. (l. d.).
Walter de Petrischurche, Clifford pr.
Roger de Knulle, can. S. Aust., Bristol (l. d.).
Richard Manned, Cov. and Lich. dioc. (l. d.) ti. pa.

PRIESTS.

Robert Beneyt, ti. pa.
Roger de Gr. Malvern (l. d.).
Walter de Lynhale, Dore abb.

100 Registrum Thome de Charlton.

Richard Morys, rect. of Dodyngtone, Worc. dioc. (l. d.).
William de Hanestede, Monmouth pr.
Ralph de Pokehone, Fr. Aust., Ludlow.
Thomas Antony de South Multone, Exeter dioc. (l. d.), Yest Wlryntone.
John de Etone, John Bogge de Markeley, William de Orleton de Leominstre, Roger Wyse do. do., John de Luda de Westone sub Egge, Reginald de Bradistone, William Walker de Lodelow, Hugh de Momele, Richard de Hereford, Henry de Kempele, William, s. of Richard Come de Wenloc, Ingram, s. of Nicholas Emyngehope, Thomas de Goldhulle de Ledebury, ti. pa.
Hugh de Offeleye, Flaxley abb.
Philip, Worc. dioc. (l. d.), Pershore abb.
William de Normannia, Fr. Aust. (l. d.).
John Tenacre de Rysyndone, Worc. dioc. (l. d.), Bruera abb.
Walter de Bradeleie, rect. of Whitingtone, Worc. dioc. (l. d.).
Roger, s. of Adam Hod de Bronsope, chantry in Brinsop.
William de Toghforde, do. do.
William Peet, Worc. dioc. (l. d.), chantry S. Mary in Graselane.
Alexander de Gloucester, John de Ros, Worc. dioc. (l. d.), Gr. Malvern pr.

ORDINATION AT WIGMORE, DEC. 24, 1323.

ACOLYTES.

Nicholas Hamund, Fr. Min., Heref.
John de Tibertone.
Peter Kynor de Erdisle.
Robert de Swenisforde, Brecon pr.
John de Toppisfelde, Fr. Aust.
John, s. of John de Wattone.
Hugh de Madeleye, Fr. Pr.
John de Stoke.
Roger de Wormisleye.
William Broun.
William Baxtere.
Hugh Bawyn.
Philip de Orletone.
Walter Roede.
Richard de Westone, Thomas de Cheynistone, Dore abb.
John Gorbet, Robert de Longford, can. Wiggemore.
Hugh de Bray.
Hugh de la Hethe.
John Stoke.
David de Moenede.
William de Clone.
Salomon de Henore.
John, s. of William de Juttone.
William, s. of John de Astone.
John Coly.
John Carpentar de Lodelowe.
John de la Forde.
Roger Porter de Montgomery.
Roger Stede.
Philip, s. of John.
Philip de Brittone.
Roger de Bunshulle.

Episcopi Herefordensis. 101

Alexander Hay.
Griffin de Westone.
Adam de Presthemede.
Roger de Hoptone.
Henry de Waleford.
Ralph Sadoghe.
William de Boltibroke.
Griffin de Sedewalle.
Roger Yunge de Bromyarde.
William Ithenarde.
Walter de Maddeleye.
Nicholas de Hoptone.
Richard de Waltone.
David de Bishop's Castle.
Gregory de Birches.
Walter de Bokenhulle.
Richard de Assheforde.
Roger de Wyntone.
John de Clone.
Walter de Leyntwardyn.
John de Sedewalle.
John de Rochulle.
Simon Dobyn de Bromyard.
John Bernard de Monklone.
Walter de Wottone.
Henry de Castro.
Richard de Dodyntone.
Adam, frater ipsius.
John de la Grene de Lyonshall.
Walter de Stoke.
William Bate de New Radnor.
John de Malleye.
William de Lectone.
Richard de Kyngeshemede.
John de Eweldone.
William de Burghulle.
John, s. of Howel Robert de Montgomery.
John, s. of William de Penebrugge.
John de Treradughe.
Ralph de la Lowe.
John de Esthope.
William Syward.
Robert de Credenhulle.
Roger Bonenfaunt.
William, s. of John de Leynthale.
David, s. of Maurice de Nortone.
Thomas de Webbele, rect. of Lideyard.
Cadougan de Bishop's Castle.
Hugo de Brugge.
Robert de Stauntone.
David de Meynestone.
William Mail de Wenloke.
David Dacul.
Nicholas de Brentermersshe.
Roger de Humbir.
John de Hentlan.
Richard le Dighere.
William de Sonde.
Merediz de Willeie.
Thomas Herniges.
John Martel.
Adam de Wonetone.
John de Markeleye.
Gervase, s. of Griffin.
Richard Hernon.
William de Presteign.
William de Bitirleye.
Roger, s. of Nicholas Dye de Clone.
John de Bromtone.
John de Monytone.
William de Birinyntone, Bordesleye abb. (l. d.).
Thomas de Monytone.
John de Buleye de Montgomery.

102 Registrum Thome de Charlton.

SUBDEACONS.

William de Lunteleie. [1]
Gervase de Watirdene.
William de Clessy de Quentone.
Richard de Curwode.
William de Wasshebourne.
John de Eye de Leominstre.
John de Newentone.
Reginald de Pencoyt.
Stephen Braunforde de Clone.
Thomas de Nortone.
Stephen Buttere de LodeIowa.
Richard de Bardeleie.
John de Lugwardyn.
Richard de Wytecote.
Philip Bras de Kyngescaple.
John, s. of Henry de Mongomery.
William, s. of John de Betefelde.
John Palmer de Wiggemore.
Walter Pinchoun de Westhide.
Hugh de Malinshulle Laci.
William Godofre de Aysforde Carbonel.
William de Malmeshulle Laci.
Richard, s. of Walter de Penebrugge.
William, s. of Adam de Malmishulle.
John de Stoctone.
Henry de Strattone.
Walter de Condicote.
John de Montgomeri.

[1] All by ti. pa.

Richard de Brugge, can. of Wormesley.
Gervase de Elvayl, Fr. Pr.
John de Bollinghope, Fr. Min.
William and Adam de Leominster, can. of Wiggemor.
Richard de Hocketone, Fr. Aust.
William de Henlcie, Bordesley abb. (l. d.).
William de Marcle, ti. W. la Touche.
John de Loonhale, rect. of Mordiford.
Richard de Westone, pap. prov. by Wenlock pr.
Richard, s. of Walter le Fay, ti. George le Fay.
Andrew atte Crene, rect. of Cudyntone, Linc. dioc. (l. d.).
Marescal de Maddeleie, pap. prov. by Leominster pr.
Nicholas de Cary, hosp. S. John Jerus.
Gilbert de Homme, chantry of S. Mary, Homo Lacy.
Richard, s. of Stephen de Pontisbury, sacris. of Werthyn.
Henry de Withintone, Cathedral.
John Botiler de Great Cowarne, ti. Reginald Botiler.
Richard Coteler de Ledebury, parish church.
John Fort, rect. of Carnarvon, Bangor dioc. (l. d.).
Richard le Duke, Worc. dioc. (l. d.), a certain provision.
Robert Carpentar de Hereford, Richard Roufield de Norton, John de Brugge, ti. pa.
Richard Bacheler de Bollingehope, Cathedral.

Episcopi Herefordensis. 103

DEACONS.

John de Londons, Clifford pr.
Henry de Tullyntone, can. of Chirbury.
Bartholomew Bocher, Monmouth pr.
Thomas Luci, Robert Stirklonde, William de Draycote, Fr. Min. of Bridgenorth.
Thomas de Hempringhame, Dore abb.
John de Combirtone, Fr. Aust., Ludlow.
Henricus de Mappenore, Roger Broun, John de Malmisfelde, William de Wynisbury, Richard de Suttone, Walter, s. of Richard de Borghtone, Richard Moneter de Hereford, William Galeys de Brunleye, William de Wodende, Richard Blundel de Stottisdone, Hamund de Mokeleye, Richard Barfot de Penebrugge, ti. pa.
John Michel de Marleclive, Worc. dioc. (l. d.), Bordesley abb.
John de Monytone, vic. in Cathedral.
Richard Golafre de Langedone, Worc. dioc. (l. d.), ti. pa.
William Coleville de Tysho, Worc. dioc., ti. pa.
John de Remmysle, Cov. and Lich. dioc. (l. d.), ti. pa.
Peter de Benthame, Worc. dioc. (l. d.), ti. pa.
Walterus de Sulleie, Worc. dioc. (l. d.), patr.
Henry, s. of Thomas de Langberewe, Worc. dioc. (l. d.), Bruera abb.
John de Hereford, portionist of Burford.

PRIESTS.

Walter de Fouchirche, Clifford pr.
John Selymon, Fr. Min., Heref.
Robert de Prestone, Fr. Min., Shrewsbury.
Richard de Derhurst, Fr. Pr., Brecon.
William Ras, can. of Studley.
Robert de Londoniis, Worc. dioc. (l. d.).
Thomas de Brutone, vic. of Buttone, Worc. dioc. (l. d.).
Robert Shirreve de Hathop, Worc. dioc. (l. d.), hosp. Lecchelade.
William Chapmon de Bysshamptone, Worc. dioc. (l. d.), ti. pa.
John Holt de Westbury, ti. pa.
William Clerk de Suttone, chantry in Kyre Wyard.
Alan de Retforde, rect. S. Mary, Chester (l. d.).
William de Thornbury, Walter de Halghtone, William, s. of John de Buttirle, ti. pa.
Philip Mahe, Monmouth pr.
Robert de Willeie, ti. elsewhere approv.
William de Cloebury Mortimer, William de Penketly, ti. pa.

104 Registrum Thome de Charlton.

John Helioun, rect. of Lassyndone, Ebor. dioc. (l. d.).
Richard de la Marsshe, Adam de Etone, Roger de Hopton Priors, ti. pa.
Robert Home de Lideneye, chantry in Lidney.
Stephen de Bittone, George de Mappenore, Reginald de Tickelwardwyn, ti. pa.
John, s. of Ralph de Kyngislonde, ti. Richard de Luggore.
Peter Bek de Ledebury, Walter de Maddeleye, Stephen Leweleyn de Newenham, ti. pa.
William de Bromfelde, chantry S. Mary in Pipe.
John de Pyonia, ti. pa.

ORDINATION IN LESNES ABBEY, ROFF. DIOC., JUNE 13, 1329,
BY COMMISSION OF BISHOP OF ROCHESTER.

ACOLYTES.

William atte Prestes de Islep, William, s. of John de Asshewell, Philip de Wilisthorp, Linc. dioc. (l. d.).
Roger Wharvagier de Derteforde, Roff. dioc.

SUBDEACONS.

Richard Baynard, rect. of Salcote Virly, Lond. dioc. (l. d.).
John de Petristre, Norwic. dioc. (l. d.), Tunbridge pr.
John de Maddleie, pap. prov. by Lanthony pr.
Henry de Carletone, rect. of Adestoke, Linc. dioc. (l. d.).
Robert de Hale, rect. of Winterbourne Basset, Salis. dioc. (l. d.).
Richard de Geytune, John de Gertond, Thomas de Sandvico, can. de Lesnes, (l. d.).

DEACONS.

Richard Moyner de Haverberge, Linc. dioc. (l. d.), Eynesham abb.
William de Haukedone, Ely dioc. (l. d.), Bernewell pr.
Hugh de Notinghame, rect. of Stanebregge, Lond. dioc. (l. d.).
Henry de Mullen, Linc. dioc. (l. d.), S. James abb. by Northampton.
Henry de Blaby de Colecestre, Lond. dioc. (l. d.), S. Botolph's pr.
Henry le Eyr de Ertlingburghe, Linc. dioc. (l. d.). ti. pa. and Caldewell pr.

PRIESTS.

William Lotheni, Cicest. dioc., (l. d.), Fortynton pr.
John, s. of Bertram de Mereworth, Roff. dioc., Ledes pr.

Episcopi Herefordensis. 105

John de Granthame de Notynghame, vic. of Hemelhampstede, Linc. dioc. (l. d.).
Robert, s. of Robert de Twywelle, Linc. dioc. (l. d.), Bisshemade pr.

ORDINATION IN LEDBURY, SEPT. 23, 1329.

ACOLYTES.

William de Wenloc.
Thomas de Whittone.
Thomas de Halughtone.
Roger de Dene.
Richard de Syvetone.
Gervase de Chirstoke.
Robert de la Hurne de Strettone.
Adam Pinninge de Kyngeslone.
Richard de Walkislowe.
Meredith de Brunle.
William de Wormbrugge.
Philip de Ecclesia Michaelis.
Richard de Malmeshulle.
John de Langarau.
John le Hardingsforde.
Philip de Martinestow.
John de Castro Godrici.
John de Lodere.
Walter, rect. of Sarnesfield.
Thomas de Overtone.
Philip de Puttestoune.
Stephen Eleys.
Richard de Muggenhale.
John de Monyntone.
Robert Faber.
William de Hereford, Thomas Morgan, Dore abb.
Guichard de Wenloc, Thomas de Uptone, Wenlock pr.
Richard de Malmeshulle Laci.
William de Malmeshulle Laci.
Nicholas de Lasci.
William de Dodyntone.
John de Malmeshulle Laci.
William Bras de Wiltone.
Roger Thurbarne.
Matthew de Kempele.
Roger de Eldecote.
Alexander Bakere de Marcle.
John Tope, Bartholomew de Dene, Fr. Pr., Heref.
William de Cleaungre, can. Wells.
Simon de Sidenhale, Fr. Min.
Lewelin de Knyghtone.
Hamo de Wenloe.
Gregory de Cowarne.
Richard de Bellimare.
William Maret.
Robert Gifford.
Walter de Homptone.
Robert de Marcle.
Richard de Bokenhale.
William de Viscard.
John Tovy.
Robert de Walsned.
Maurice de Treghet.
Richard Boure.

SUBDEACONS.

Ralph de Chivaler, rect. of Blistone, Exon. dioc. (l. d.).
Adam de Brom, rect. of Hildircle, Norwic. dioc. (l. d.).

106 Registrum Thome de Charlton.

Thomas Godberd, Fr. Min.
Roger de Bunshulle, pap. prov. by Gt. Malvern pr.
Roger de Wodeforde, Linc. dioc. (l. d.), Langley nunnery.
John Gilberd de Petrischurche, S. David's (l. d.), Crassewall pr.
Roger le Yunge, Stephen le Yunge.
William de Clifforde, Worc. pr.
Henry de Northbury, Fr. Aust., Ludlow.
Thomas de Chiltenhame, Fr. Pr., Shrewsbury.
Hugh Grym de Clifforde, Crasswall pr.
Richard de Brockhamptone, Wormesley pr.
Walter Pelliparius de Cloeburi Mortimer, Alan de Purtiltone, Henry de Waleford, Richard de Foresta de Astone, William de Emyngehope, William de Falewe, John de Lunhale, John de la Forde de Cleoburi Mortimer, Hugh de Monte Gomeri, William de Whitebourne, ti. pa.
George de Criketot, rect. of Brommisberwe.

DEACONS.

William de Comburs, William de Trammel, Monmouth pr.
William de Gatisby, Fr. Aust., Ludlow.
Walter Gomond, rect. of Knille.
William Ichenard, vicar of Marcle.
William de Hunteleie, pension of 60s. from Richard de Wormisley.
John de Stoctone, rect. Ledewiche chapel.
Richard, s. of Stephen de Pontisbury, sacris. of Worthin.
William Marescal, pap. prov. by Reading abb.
John de Maddeleie, pap. prov. by Lanthony pr.
Richard Gent de Newcastle, rect. of Wraggeby, Linc. dioc. (l. d.).
Richard de Brugge, can. of Wormesley.
Richard Deynte, rect. of Brittone, Land. dioc. (l. d.).
Ralph Trillee, Fr. Min., Heref.
John Abbedeley, Llanthony by Gloucester.
Richard Bachelier, ti. by dean of Hereford.
Thomas, son of John Brond de Thingdene, Linc. (l. d.), Northampton abb.
John de Brugge, pension 40s. by William de Orletone and others.
Reginald de Pencoit, Richard, s. of Richard de Penebrugge, William, s. of Adam de Malmeshulle, Madoc Dichcote, Richard Mody, John Botiller de Great Cowarne, Stephen de Braunforde, John de Montgomery, William de Malmashulle, John, s. of William de Eye, John de Neutone, Richard de Bardeleie, Thomas, s. of David de Nortone, Gilbert de Homme, Richard de Whitecote, Philip de Montgomery, ti. pa.

Episcopi Herefordensis. 107

William Godefray de Aisforde.
Johannes Palmere de Wiggemore, William Butter de Lodelowe, Hugh de Malmeshul Laci, Henry Strattone, Walter Pinchbourn, ti. pa. (To wait a year for orders).
William de Wassebourne, William de Strattone, Richard de Curwode, Robert Carpentarius de Hereford, ti. pa.

PRIESTS.

Thomas de Webbele, rect. of Lideyerd Tregotz, Salis. dioc. (l. d.).
John de Albrightone, Cov. and Lich. dioc. (l. d.), hosp. S. Trinity, Bridgnorth.
William de Malvern, Wig. dioc. (l. d.), Little Malvern pr.
Johannes de Lodelowe, Worc. pr.
Richard le duc de Slymbrugge, pap. prov. by Deerhurst pr.
Henry de Tullyntone, can. of Chirbury.
Bartholomew Bokelier, Monmouth pr.
Richard de Westone, pap. prov. by Wenlock pr.
Walter de Cundicote, William Clessi de Quentone, Richard de Suttone de Pontisbury, Roger de Yarpol, John de Malmeshulle, William Galeis de Brunleie, William de Wynisbury, Richard Barfot de Pennbrugge, Richard Munetier de Hereford, ti. pa.
John Perlebien, Fr. Min.
Thomas de Helpringhame, Robertus de Ewyas, Johannes de Cloetone, Dore abb.

The following were ordained deacons and omitted from the above
list of those so ordained:-

Richard de Westone, Thomas de Cheinestone, Dore abb.
Hugh de Paris, Johannes de Shrewsbury, Wenlock pr.
Adam Carles, Fr. Pr., Heref.
Walter de Holforde, John de Rethirwas, dean and chap.
William Aluard de Thinghulle, chantry of S. Mary in Withington.
William de Orletone de Hereford, Hugo de Caldecote, John Melede de Leominster, Roland Bluet, Richard in ye Hale, John Goldwyn de Esthope, ti. pa.

ORDINATION IN CHURCHAM, MARCH 3, 1329.

ACOLYTES.

William Beneit de Ros.
Roger de Hungirforde.
Stephen Leukey de Ros.
David de Garewy.
Walter Billinge de Ruardyn.
Walter de Coctone.
Nicholas de la Lee.
Henry Scarlet.

108 Registrum Thome de Charlton.

William Stoke de Ros.
Walter Godmon de Ros.
Richard Howes de Eccleswalle.
John Billinge.
Thomas de Wenlac.
John de Castro Godrici.
Maurice de Gillouz.
Rogor Heeyze de Newent.
Hugo de Cradoc.
Nicholas de Garewy.
William de Aylmondistre.
John de Gosyntone.
Thomas de Brugge.
John Bulloc.
Willaim de Forz.
Thomas Keny.
John Paty.
Thomas Gay.
Henry Sutor de Dene.
Robert Zinnan.
John de Mongomery.
John de Dorstone.
Thomas de la Lynde de Dymmoc.
Thomas de Bisshopistone.
William Conestable.
John de Hyntishame.
Roger de Nortone.
Richard de Stretton.
John de Astone.
Roger de Brulleie.
Wilham de Bromptone.
Cadougan de Brulleie.
Richard Marscal de Newent.
Richard Stanre.
Hugh de Parva Herefordia.
John Sutor de Micheldene.
Richard de Abbodeleie.
Roger Corveiser.
Richard le Knyght.
William Ingolph.
William Honsom.
William de Kilpeke.
Richard de Holgate.
Robert Gillouz.
Walter de Mittiltone.
John Meyn.
William Wildegos.
William de Tibertone.
Walter Undirhulle.
John Conestable.
John de Kynle.
John Broun de Newent.
Adam de Turplyntone.
Warin de Webbele.
Thomas Tulle de Waleforde.
John Pistor de Dene.
Thomas de Webbeleie.
John Stevenes de Walforde.
Nicholas de Norton de Webbele.
John de Aure.
Robert de Lodelowe.
John de Stone de Themdebury.
Philip de Langaran.
John de Brommesberewe.
Richard Walshe de Bishopistone.
Philip Coli de Petrischurche.
William Fraunceys.
Richard Webbe.
John Venue.
Stephen de Colyntone.
Geoffrey Marescal.
Pagan de Muntriche.
William de Mawardyn.
William de Abbodeleie.
John de Staunforde, rector of How Capel.
Thomas Esgar de Ledebury.
Richard de Sancta Luna, Fr. Min. William de Hatfield, Fr. Aust.
John de Clifford, can. of Chirbury.
John, son of Simon Pistor.
Henry in ye hale de Pionia.

Episcopi Herefordensis. 109

John de la Felde.
William de Maurdyn.
Edward Longe de Brocnesberewe.
Roger, s. of William Corveiser.
Robert de Bircheleie.
William de Breyntone.
William de Harsfelde.
Stephen de Cotintone, Cath.
John Avery.

DEACONS.

Reginald, s. of Richard de Micheldene. [1]
John, s. of Richard Sprot de Wlfirtone.
Hugh de Breyntone.
John de Treurgan.
John de Woctone, Linc. dioc. (l. d.).
Henry de Sonforde.
Roger de la Lowes.
Richard de Garewy.
John de Bromptone.
John Treradur.
John Linan de Albertone.
Thomas Reynaldo.
William, s. of Roger Willies de Brocbury.
Richard de Malmeshulle Laci.
William Conestable.
Hugh de Heskethe.
Thomas de la Broke.
Henry Marescal de Oxenhale.
Richard de Esthope.
Richard Walkemasse de Malmishulle Laci.
William de Bosebury.
Adam de Castro.
Godfrey de Hattisforde.
Walter de Redynge.
Richard de Burtone.
Nicholas de Holmare.
Thomas Beneit de Ros.
Robert de Monytone.
John Coppe de Ros.
William de Blechesdone.
John de Peotone.
John de la Wodehous.
Matthew de Kempele.
Thomas de Sholleie.
Gilbert de Ponte de Prestone.
Richard, s. of Roger de Malmeshulle Gammage.
Gervase de Chirstoke.

[1] All by ti. pa.

John Joie, rect. of Tibertone.
William Ivor de Bultibroke, pap. prov.
Thomas Webb de Northleche, Worc. dioc. (l. d.), Bruera abb.
John de Ingliby, Ebor. dioc. (l. d.), ti. Sir Peter Corbet.
Hugh Lovel, rect. of Hardynghame, Norwic. dioc. (l. d.).
Robert de Esthrope, rect. of Astone.
John de Bettone, Cov. and Lich. dioc. (l. d.), Dudley pr.
William Graungier de Sherstone Magna, Salis. dioc. (l. d.), Bradenstoke pr.
Richard de Bokenhulle, William de Pershore, Robert de Marcle, Heref. Cath.
Ralph Worthinge, Cicest. dioc. (l. d.), (Tortyntone) Todington hosp.

110 Registrum Thome de Charlton.

Roger de Stoke Laci, S. Frediswide, Oxon.
Perewere, Worc. dioc. (l. d.), Flaxley abb.
Alexander de Assche, chantry in Wyle, and ti. pa.
William de Suttone, Chirbury pr.
Thomas de Seint Owayn, Griffin ap Seisyl, Fr. Min., Heref.
Thomas de Gloumorgan, William de Hereford, Dore abb.
Robert de Langeforde, Wigmor abb.

DEACONS.

Philip Braz de Kyngescaple. [1]
Richard de Foresta.
Henry de Waleforde.
Johannes atte Grene de Lunhale.
John de Lugwardyn.
William de Orletone.
William de Whitebourne, to wait a year.
Walter Parmenter.
William Farlewe.
William de Emyngehope.
Hugh de Montgomery, to wait two years.
John Joldewyn de Esthope.
Alan de Purtletone.
Hugo de Caldecot.
Roland Bluet.
John le Forde.
John Gilbert de Petrischurche.
Richard in ye Hale de Pionia.
William de Mappenore.

[1] All by ti. pa.

William Faber de Suttone Salis. dioc. (l. d.), Kington pr.
William Reed de Aisshtone, Salis. dioc. (l. d.), Godstowe nunnery.
Hugh Gryin, Crasswall pr.
Robert Gorgan de Thornhulle, Salis. dioc. (l. d.), Bradenstoke pr.
Walter de Sarnisfelde, rect. of Sarnsfield.
William de Longe de Stonhous, Worc. dioc. (l. d.), chantry of Pagenhulle.
John atte Mersshe de Malmisbury, Salis. dioc. (l. d.), Bradenstoke pr.
John de Shicalberghe, Salis. dioc. (l. d.), Lechelade hosp.
Thomas de Canyngge, rect. of Tarrant Monkton, Salis. dioc. (l. d.)
Philip de Hanbury, rect. of Welles by Walsingham, Norwic. dioc. (l. d.).
Henry de Withingtone, ti. archdeac. Heref.
Adam de Leominster, Wiginor abb.
Roger le Lunge, ti. Stephen le lunge.
John de Harliscote, Fr. Min., Ludlow.
Richard de Brockhamptone, can. of Wormesley.
Ralph de Malinesbury, John de Brugge, John de Worcester, can. of Llanthony in Wales (l. d.).

Episcopi Herefordensis. 111

PRIESTS.

Richard, s. of Richard de Pennebrugge. [1]
Hamund de Mokeleie.
John Botiller de Much Cowarne.
Reginald de Pencoit.
Richard de Curwode.
Thomas, s. of David de Norton.
William de Lunteleie.
Hugh de Malmeshulle Lacy.
William, s. of Adam de Malmishulle.
Stephen de Braunforde.
William de Strattone.
John de Neenton.
Richard Modi de Dene.
John Palmere.
John de Eye de Leominstre.
Richard de Bardeleie.
Richard de Whitecote.
Henry de Strattone de Strattonesdale.
Henry de Mappenore.
Walter Pinchoun.
Philip de Montegomery.

[1] All by ti. pa.

John de Abbedeleie, Llanthony by Glouc.
Reginald de Piritone, Worc. dioc. (l. d.).
William de Clifforde, pap. prov. by Worc. pr.
Thomas Beaumond de Strengeshame, Worc. dioc. (l. d.), ti.
William de Fowehope.
Thomas Saundre de Northlecche, Worc. dioc. (l. d.), Lechelade hosp.
John de Maddeleie, pap. prov.
Gilbert de Homme, chantry S. Mary, Home Lacy.
Philip de Holeberewe, Worc. dioc. (l. d.), ti. pa.
William Longe de Stonhous, Worc. dioc. (l. d.), chantry in Paggenhulle.
Roger de Bunshulle, pap. prov. by Great Malvern.
John Boie de Somerstede, Salis. dioc. (l. d.), Kington pr.
Alexander Stot de Haye, S. David's dioc. (l. d.), ti. pa.
Gregory de Criketot, rect. of Bromsberrow.
John Strowode, Walter de Olberewe, Fr. Min., Glouc.
John de Godmerstone, Fr. Aust., Ludlow.
William de Astone, Fr. Min., Malvern.

ORDINATION AT BOSBURY, APRIL 7, 1330.

SUBDEACON.

Thomas Esger, rect. of Crickhowel, S. David's dioc.

DEACONS.

Roger de Berkele de Wynton, Wynt. dioc. (l. d.), bishop's chapl., Cathedral.
William de Bosebury, ti. pa.

112 Registrum Thome de Charlton.

PRIESTS.

Geoffrey de Mersshtone and James de Ewas, can. Llanthony by Glouc., Worc. dioc. (l. d.).
Walter de Sarnisfelde, rect. of Sarnsfield.
Henry de Whithingtone, ti. archd. Heref.

ORDINATION IN ROSS, JUNE 2, 1330.

ACOLYTES.

Walter Waldeboef, rect. of Llanhaaulech, S. David's dioc. (l. d.).
Nicholas de Alyyntone.
John de Hereford de Bikenore.
John Aylmond.
Thomas, s. of Thome de Saxilby, Linc. dioc. (l. d.).
Geryase de Trewen.
John de Walforde.
Howel ap Pukyn.
Philip de Disshwelle.
John, s. of Maurico de Brumleie.
Gilbert de Caple.
Maurice de Birches.
Richard de Tedistile.
Richard Ewias de Foie.
Walter de Sheldirtone.
Thomas Attelgwynt.
Roger de Moose, Cov. and Lich. dioc. (l. d.).
John de Hendre.
John Jurdan de Longhope.
David de Trewen.
Philip de le Barewe de Cradeleie.
William Webbe.
John, s. of Nichol de Gillow.
John Dod, Cov. and Lich dioc. (l. d.).
Griffiz ap Lowelyn.
William Taillour.
Thomas de Burghope.
John de Pilartone, rect. of Oxhill, Worc. dioc. (l. d.).
William de Petrischurche.
Reginald de Thorkelistone.
Roger de Brockamptone.
John Stoke de Petrischurche.
William Merveil de Monemuthe.
Richard de Snodhulle.
Thomas de Bosebury.
John de Hope sub Dunemor.
Roger, s. of John ap Madoc de Combe.
John, s. of Sarre.
John Bouche.
Robert de Parva Marcleie.
Richard Jakes.
Nicholas de Bruges, Halesowen abb., Worc. dioc. (l. d.).
Richard de Kempeleie.
Richard de Sherstone.
Thomas de Wicombe, Halesowen abb. Worc. dioc.
Roger Hunte.
John Bole de Clifforde.
Philip Russhoc.
William de Pennebrugge.
Nicholas de Rokkel.
William de Stauntone.
John de Groete.

Episcopi Herefordensis. 113

William de Webbetone.
Thomas Pipare de Bikenore.
William de Hereford de Bikenore.
John de Haia, John Pipere, John de Russhoc, Fr. Pr.
John de Fowehope.

SUBDEACONS.

John de Hildisle de Ros. [1]
William de Ailinostre.
Robert de Tedistile.
Hugh, s. of Hugh de Tibertone.
Robert, s. of Ralph Gillouche.
William, s. of Richard de Much Cowerne.
Roger, s. of John Eliot de Hungirforde.
Stephen Russell de Ros.
Hugh de Brugge Solers.
John Godriche de Lavesore.
John Hoke de Newent.
William Jurdan de English Bicknor.
Hugh, s. of John de Muddle de Monselowe.
Walter, s. of William Millar de Brunshope.
John de la Hulle de Cotintone.
Robert, s. of Alan de Wenloc.
Bernard de Diggehulle.
John de Straddel.
Thomas de Whittone.
Richard de Hulinancote.
Richard Howe.
Roger Pentour de Leominster.
William de Stoctone.
Ralph Sagou.
William Palmere de Kingestone.
Hugh de Kynforde.

[1] All by ti. pa.

William le Tannere, Worc. dioc. (l. d.), Llantholly by Glouc.
William de Herdwyke, Worc. dioc., (l. d.).
William atte Bourne de Edwardstone, Worc. dioc. (l. d.), ti. pa.
Simon de Chiltenham de Risyndene, Worc. dioc. (l. d.), ti. pa.
Henry de Ministreworthe, Worc. dioc. (l. d.), ti. pa.
John Prophete de Ailisbury, Linc. dioc. (l. d.), Mussendene abb.
John, s. of John, s. of Robert de Wilton, ti. Henry de Grey.
Robert de Bredone, rect. of S. Michael, Worc. dioc. (l. d.).
John de Piritone, rect. of Dodington, Worc. dioc. (l. d.).
William de Driffield, Worc. dioc. (l. d.), Grace Dieu abb.
Walter de Braddewas, Worc. (l. d.), ti. William de Masyntone.
William Dunklent, rect. of Hagley, Worc. dioc. (l. d.).
William, s. of Hugh de Wislinghame, Linc. dioc. (l. d.), Wellon abb.
John de Eudone, Cov. and Lich. dioc. (l. d.), hosp. S. Trin., Bridgenorth.
John Bach, chantry in gift of Walter Bach, chapl.
Robert de Stoke, Thomas de Bernewode, Worc. dioc. (l. d.), Hailes abb.
Richard de Clyne, Fr. Min.
John de Gozintone, can. of Chirbury.

114 Registrum Thome de Charlton.

William Revel, can. of Cirencester, Worc. dioc. (l. d.).
Richard de S. Luno, Fr. Min., Glouc.
Bartholomew de Dene, Fr. Pr., Heref.

DEACONS.

Thomas Beneit de Ros. [1]
Henry Marscald de Newent.
John Coppe de Ros
Richard Walkemasse.
Gervase de Chirstoke.
Robert de Monytone.
Hugh de Heskethe.
Richard de Burthone.
John Sprot de Wltirtone.
John Melede de Leominstre.
John de Poetone.
Roger de la Lowe.
Wilham, s. of Roger Willies de Brocbury.
John de Wodehouse.
John de Treurgan.
Nicholas de Colemor.
Thomas Reynald de Leominstre.
Hugh de Breyntone.
Godfrey de Hatteford.
Mathew de Kempeleie.
Henry de Sonforde.
Alexander de Asshe.
William de Blechisdone.
Walter, s. of John de Leominstre.
William Constable de Webbele.
John de Bromptone.
Germse de Watirdene.
Richard de Garewy.
Gilbert Ballard de Monemuta.
Thomas de la Broke.

[1] All by ti. pa.

Laurence de Cloptone, Worc. dioc. (l. d.), ti. pa.
Walter, s. of Stephen de S. Edwardstone, Worc. dioc. (l. d.), ti. pa.
William de Bultibroke de Llanthony Prima.
Richard de Northfeld, Worc. dioc. (l. d.).
William de Wyche, Worc. dioc. (l. d.).
Thomas Leir de Suthrope, Worc. dioc. (l. d.).
William Graungier de Sherstone, Salis. dioc. (l. d.), Bradenstoke pr.
John de Wottone, Linc. dioc. (l. d.), ti. pa.
John Joie, rect. of Tibertone.
William Perewaro de Waddone, Worc. dioc. (l. d.).
William de Combirworth, Worc. dioc. (l. d.).
Richard, s. of Simon Uppedoune de Chipping Sodbury, Worc. dioc. (l. d.), ti. Jordan Bishop.
John de Batone, Cov. and Lich. dioc. (l. d.), Dudley pr.
John Staci de Asshetone, Worc. dioc. (l. d.).
William, s. of Baldewin de Thrikinghame, Linc. dioc. (l. d.), Ouston abb.
William de Congeltone, Cov. and Lich. dioc., Ystrad Marcel abb.
Ralph de Worthinge, Cices. dioc. (l. d.), Todington hosp.

Episcopi Herefordensis. 115

Richard, s. of Richard de Sulleie, Worc. dioc. (l. d.).
John Beisyn, rector of Asshele, Cov. and Lich. dioc. (l. d.)
Nicholas de Tevele de Bristol, Worc. dioc. (l. d.), chantry in S. Werburgh, Bristol.
John de Ingilby, Ebor. dioc. (l. d.), ti. Sir Peter Corbet.
William de Pilartone, Worc. dioc. (l. d.), S. Jolm Bapt. hosp., Warwick.
Stephen, rect. of Holt, Worc. dioc. (l. d.).
Roger, s. of John de Fonte de Stoke Laci (l. d.), S. Fridiswide, Oxford.
Thomas Esger, rect. of Lampadi by Crickhowel, S. David's dioc. (l. d.).
John de Rethirwas, Dean and Chapter.
Simon de Sidenhale, Fr. Min., Worc.
William de Sutton, canon of Chirbury.
Adam Caries, Fr. Pr., Heref.
John de Swynemor, Fr. Min.
John de Dora, Thomas de Farendone, Hailes abb. (l. d.).
Nicholas de Cary, hosp. S. John Jerus.
Robert de Esthrope, rect. of Aston.

PRIESTS.

John de Montgomery. [1]
John Joldewyne.
Henry de Walforde.
William de Emynchope.
Richard de Foresta.
William de Washbourne.
William de Falewe.
Walter Parmentier de Cloebury.
Richard de Pionia.
John de la Forde de Cloebury Mortimer.
William de Whitebourne.
John atte Grene de Leonhale.
William de Orletone de Hereford.
Hugh de Caldecote.
William de Bosbury.

[1] All by ti. pa.

Adam atte Pole de Attlesthorpe, Worc. dioc. (l. d.).
John Davy de Cirencestre, Worc. dioc. (l. d.) hosp. S. John Jer. of Lecchelade.
Milo Potie de Cirencestre (l. d.), Bruera abb.
Hugh Grym, Crassewalle pr.
John Gilbert de Peterchurch in Straddel, Crassewalle pr.
Thomas de Billebury, chantry S. Mary in Richard's Castle.
John Faber de Asshetone, Thomas Heir de Pavyntone, William de Crudewell, Worc. dioc. (l. d.).
William Marescal de Maddelie, pap. prov. by Reading abb. in Heref. dioc.
Roger de Longe, ti. Stephen le Lunge.

116 Registrum Thome de Charlton.

Robert Attewalle de Icoumbe, Worc. dioc. (l. d.).
Nicholas Bitot de Sodyntone, Worc. dioc. (l. d.), Lechelade hosp.
John de Sloughtre, Worc. dioc. (l. d.).
John de Lugwardyn, rect. of Fardingistone, Lich. dioc. (l. d.).
Robert Westcote, Worc. dioc, (l. d.).
John de Plumstoke, rect. of Astingtone, Bath and Wells dioc. (l. d.).
Roger de Berkele, Wynton. dioc., (l. d.), Heref. cath.
William Faber de Suttone, Salis. dioc. (l. d.), Kington nunnery.
Richard le Kembstere de Bisshamptone, Worc. dioc. (l. d.), ti. pa.
Richard de Evemelode, Worc. dioc. (l. d.), Lechelade hosp.
John Torold, Worc. dioc. (l. d.), hosp. S. John Jerus. in England.
William de Quentone, John Juvenis, Fr. Min.
John de Brugge, John de Worcester, can. of Lanthony Prima (l. d.).
Roger Pride, Worc. pr. (l. d.).
Hugh de Quentone, Walter de Gloucester, Laurence de Gloucester, Hailes abb.

ORDINATION IN HEREFORD CATHEDRAL, MARCH. 16, 1330.

SUBDEACONS.

John de Solers. [1]
Roger Marescal de Lodelowe, one year.
William Howel de Clonegonforde, to wait a year.
Hugo Gerald de Kyngiscaple.
Roger de Mottelowe.
Thomas Gouth de Pencoyt.
John, s. of Richard de Bromptone.
Hugh de Bellynare, one year.
John Ailmond de Hope.
Hugh de Otleye.
William Gollinges de Castro Episcopi.
William de la Fale de Grete.
Richard de Walkislowe.
John, s. of Hugh le Longe.
John de Suttone.
John de Hurdeleye.
Philip de Dishewalle.
Thomas, s. of William Seriaunt de Monyntone in Straddul.
Richard Marescal de Alberbury.
Gregory de Mill.
Adam Pyninche de Kingislone.
William Beneit de Rosse.
William Gamboun.
Thomas de Alistone.
Hugh Craddoc de Kingiscaple.
Robert de Stokes.
Walter atte Nasshe de Suttone.
Richard de Rechesforde.
Richard de Bellymare.
Richard Pipere de Bikenore.
Robert de Stokes.
John, s. of John de Walforde.
William Pistor de Aka, one year.
William, s. of John Brid de Lantoneie.
John Silla de Old Radnor.

[1] All by ti. pa.

Episcopi Herefordensis. 117

John Wele. [1]
Walter de Stoke.
John Penymawe.
Roger Godriche de Blechisdone.
William Barfot de New Radnor.
Ralph de Brugge.
David de Bartone.
Hugh Sirild de Whithintone.
Roger, s. of Nicholas Dye de Clone.
William Burgeis de Brockworthe.
Richard de Tedistile.
William Rose de Rosse.
William de Berdetone.
Richard, s. of Owen de Bromptone.
Richard, s. of Richard de Brunsops.
John de Hyntishame.
William de Staneweye.
John Wrenon de Henthlan.
Thomas de Brugge.
Roger de Motelow.
Robert de Walsned.
Robert de Doddemor.
Gilbert, s. of Gilbert Clerk de Garewy.
William de Cheynistone.
John de Boele de Montgomery.
Stephen Jonkyn de Rodenore.
Henry de Estenore.

[1] All by ti. pa.

Roger de Dene, pap. prov. by Lyre abb. in Heref. dioc.
Roger, s. of William de Mansel Gammage, pap. prov. by S. Peter's, Glouc.
Roger, s. of Bartholomew Striveyn, chantry S. Nicholas, Hereford, in gift of Barth. Spicer.
John de Payniswyke, Worc. dioc. (l. d.).
John de Staunforde, rect. of How Caple.
William de Wormbrugge, ti. archdeac. Hereford.
John Stoke de Straddul, Great Malvern pr.
Henry Skarlet de Penreth, Carl. dioc. (l. d.), Llanthony pr.
William atte Sherde de Thormertone, Worc. dioc. (l. d.), ti. Sir Richard de la Ryvere.
Richard Osebarne de Solihulle, Cov. et Lich. dioc. (l. d.), Llanthony pr.
John Davy de Cirencestre (l. d.), Lechelade hosp.
William Cope de Tettlebury, Worc. dioc. (l. d.), S. Barth., Glouc.
John de Rodmerton, ti. pa., Worc. dioc. (l. d.).
Edward de Lodelowe, sacris. in Wigmore.
Philip de Grete, rect. Little Collington.
Walter de Sheldirtone, Ouston abb.
William Burgeys de Brocworthe, Worc. dioc. (l. d.), ti. pa.
Robert de Suchintone, Worc. dioc. (l. d.), Godstow nunnery.
John Cosyn de Laneworthe, Worc. dioc. (l. d.), Crasswall pr.
John Hawthorne, Worc. dioc. (l. d.), Lechelade hosp.
Roger de Ercalewe, Cov. and Lich. dioc. (l. d.) Lilleshall abb.
Ralph, s. of Thomas de Saxilby, Linc. dioc. (l. d.), ti. pa.

118 Registrum Thome de Charlton.

Richard de Caghele, Cov. and Lich. dioc. (l. d.), hosp. S. Trin., Bridgenorth.
Nicholas Koe of Great Malvern, Worc. dioc. (l. d.), ti. pa.
William de Cheynistone, Wigmore abb.
William Burgeys de Brocworthe, Worc. dioc. (l. d.), ti. pa.
Roger Bluet, rect. Credenhill.
Adam de Whitteleye, Thomas de Aikyl, Fr. Aust. of Ludlow.
Philip de Went. Cardiff pr.
Godfrey Jouberd, Monmouth pr.
Thomas de Upton, Wenlock pr.
Thomas de Wycombe, Dore abb.
Griffin Eynon, Roger Waloys, Fr. Min., Glouc.
John de Prestebury, John de Hay, Fr. Pr.
John de Gochame, Worc. dioc. (l. d.).

DEACONS.

Gilbert de Preston Bridge, ti. pa., one year. [1]
Adam de Castro.
Richard de Esthope.
Hugh de Brugge Solers.
John de Teurgan.
John de Traradour.
Hugh de Kyneforde.
William de Stoctone.
Richard de Malmishulle Laci.
John Godriche de Gavesore.
Roger, s. of John Eliot de Hungirford, two years.
Richard de Culmescote.
Hugh, s. of John de Monselowe.
Roger de Pounder de Leominstre.
Richard Howe de Eccleswalle.
John de la Hoke de Newent.
Robert de Tedistile.
John, s. of Richard Marceon de Baishame.
William de Aylinostre.
William Jurdan.
Thomas de Wyttone.
Ralph Sagou.
Robert, s. of Alan de Wenloke.
Robert Gillou.
Richard, s. of Roger de Mansel Gammage.
John de la Hulle de Cotyntone.
Bernard Dyngil de Leominstre.
Reginald, s. of Richard de Micheldean.

[1] All by ti. pa.

John May de Ampeneye Crucis, Worc. dioc. (l. d.), ti. pa. John William de Laneworth, Worc. dioc. (l. d.), Mondharn abb.
Thomas Gunild de Fareforde, Wor. dioc. (l. d.), Laycock nunnery. Walter de la Gotere de Mahnsbury, Salis. dioc. (l. d.).
Henry Payn de Wodcestre, Worc. dioc. (l. d.).
William Daniel de Etone, Salis. dioc. (l. d.), Sandforde pr.
Simon de Chiltenhame de Risyndene Magna, Worc. dioc. (l. d).

Episcopi Herefordensis. 119

John Bache de Hereford, ti. Walter Bache.
William de Stowe, Worc. dioc. (l. d.), ti. pa.
Robert de Porta de Stauntone, ti. Sir Baldwin de Longestowe (l. d.).
William de Lye, Worc. dioc. (l. d.), ti. pa.
Robert de Westmancote, Worc. dioc. (l. d.), ti. pa.
William de Dunklent, rect. of Hagley, Worc. dioc. (l. d.).
John de Busseby, rect. of S. Denis, Ebor. dioc. (l. d.)
William de Cheilmarsshe, rect. of Combertone, Worc. dioc. (l. d.).
Simon de Driffield, Worc. dioc. (l. d.), Grace Dieu abb.
John Dod de Fairforde, Worc. dioc. (l. d.), Lechelade hosp.
William Tannere de Northleche (l. d.), Llanthony by Glouc.
Ralph Baulere de Hanyndone, Salis. dioc. (l. d.), Godstowe abb.
John Prophete de Ailisbury, Linc. dioc. (l. d.), Mussendene abb.
William Sondolf de Mene, Worc. dioc. (l. d.), ti. pa.
John Palmere de Stoke, Worc. dioc. (l. d.), Stodeleye pr.
John Muleward de Boreforde, Robert atte Bolde de Fifhide, Linc. dioc. (l. d.), Bruera, abb.
Henry de Munstreworthe, Thomas Whelp de Wiche, Worc. dioc. (l. d.), ti. pa.
Richard Wagier de Wynchecombe, Worc. dioc. (l. d.), Dudley pr.
John de Eudone, Cov. and Lich dioc., hosp. S. Trin., Bridgenorth.
Walter de Uptone, Aust. Fr., Wodehouse pr.
Nicholas de Stanlake, Worc. pr.
Roger de Wodeburge, William de Shrewsbury, Worc. pr.
John de Wolaston, Stafford pr.
Thomas de S. Owen, Fr. Min., Heref.
Alan de Maxtoke, Fr. Min., Bridgnorth.
Hugh de Liouns, Hugh de Lideforde, Wenlock pr.
Thomas de Cheynistone, William Broud, Thomas Reynce, Dore abb.
Robert de Longeforde, William de Leominstre, Wigmor abb.
Walter de Whittingtone, Cathedral, Heref.
John de Wistanstowe, Fr. Pr.
Robert de Adrightone (l. d.), Alcester abb.
John de Felda, John de Wiggemore, Warin de Asshe, Richard Honed (l. d.).

PRIESTS.

William de Colemor. [1]
Walter de Radynge de Leominster.
John de Pestone.
John, s. of John, s. of Robert de Wiltone.
Gervase de Chirstoke.

[1] All by ti. pa.

120 Registrum Thome de Charlton.

Mathew de Kempeleye. [1]
William Palmere de Kyngistone.
Hugh, s. of Hugh de Tibertone.
Richard Walketnasse de Malmishulle.
John Sprot de Wlfirtone.
Alexander de Nasshe.
Alan de Purtletone.
Henry Marescal de Newent.
Walter, s. of William de Brunsope.
John, s. of Thomas Carpentar de Etone.
Richard de Burghtone.
Walter de Burtone.
John de Wodehouse.
William Buttere de Lodelowe.
Thomas de Solleye de Aka.
Thomas de la Broke de Leominstre.
John de Hildisle.
Stephen Russel de Rosse.
Godfrey de Hattisforde.
Henry de Sonforde.
Gervase de Watirdene.
Hugh de Breyntone.
Thomas Reynolds de Leominstre.
Gilbert Ballard de Monemuth.
Robert de Monyntone.

[1] All by ti. pa.

William de Bremelhame, Salis. dioc. (l. d.), Maidenbradley pr.
Nicholas le Webbe, Worc. dioc. (l. d.), ti. William de Masyntone.
Godfrey de Tarente de Cirencestre, Worc. dioc. (l. d.), Lechelade hosp.
Richard, s. of Richard de Sulleye, Worc. dioc. (l. d.), ti. pa.
John atte Mersshe de Malmisbury, Salis. dioc. (l. d.), Uphavene pr.
Thomas Fraunkelyn de Driffelde, dioc. (l. d.), Cricklade pr.
Richard West de Skiptone Moyne, Worc. dioc. (l. d.), Lechelade hosp.
William Collynges de Caumpdene, Worc. dioc. (l. d.), Bordesleye abb.
William de Disshforde, Worc. dioc. (l. d.), Coldnorton pr.
John de Rosteshale de Caumpedene, Worc. dioc. (l. d.), S. Wolstan pr., Worc.
Thomas Broun de Shirebourne, Worc. dioc. (l. d.), ti. pa.
John de Shocalburghe, Salis. dioc. (l. d.), Lechelade hosp.
Walter, s. of Stephen de la Stowe, Worc. dioc. (l. d.), ti. pa.
William Seys de Wiche, Worc. dioc. (l. d.), ti. pa.
John Staci de Asshetone, Worc. dioc. (l. d.), Llanthony by Glouc. pr.
John Randolph de Etone, Salis. dioc. (l. d.), Godstow nunnery.
William de Sklattere de Wynchecombe, Worc. dioc. (l. d.), ti. pa.
John Tilare de Gloucestria (l. d.), Ledbury hosp.
Richard de Coulisdone, Worc. dioc., Ensham abb.
Walter Tropinel de Quemyntone, Worc. dioc., hosp. S. John Jerus.
Richard, s. of Simon de Uppedoune, Worc. dioc., ti. pa.
Stephen Cassy, rect. of Holt, Worc. dioc. (l. d.).
Thomas de Northeye, Worc. dioc. (l. d.).
Robert Nene, Worc. dioc. (l. d.), ti. pa.
John de Rethirwas, vic. Cathedral, Heref.

Episcopi Herefordensis. 121

Walter de Pipplyntone, rect. of Bradecote, Worc. dioc. (l. d.).
Adam le Lou, rect. of Whitney.
Thomas de Bibury, Worc. dioc. (l. d.), ti. pa.
John Edulf de Pultone, Salis. dioc. (l. d.), Edsham abb.
Adam de Botyntone, Worc. dioc. (l. d.), Ensham abb.
Laurence de Cloptone, Worc. dioc. (l. d.), ti. pa.
Walter de Caldecote de Risyndone Magna (l. d.), Bruera abb.
William de Stockwelle, Worc. dioc., Godstow nunnery.
Thomas atte Erode de Elmebrugge, Worc. dioc. (l. d.), ti. pa.
John de Ingilby, Ebor. dioc. (l. d.), ti. Sir Peter Corbet.
John Cabour, Cov. and Lich. dioc. (l. d.), hosp. S. John, Shrewsbury.
Robert de Combirworthe, Worc. dine. (l. d.), ti. Sir Richard de Penebrugge.
John de Straddel, chantry S. Mary, Bodenham.
Richard de Chetewynde, Cov. and Lich. dioc. (l. d.), ti. John de Chetewynde.
Ralph Bririche de Worthynge, Cices. dioc. (l. d.), Fortyntone pr.
Adam de Presthemede, ti. Philip de Claneson.
Walter de Hyntes, Fr. Pr.
Robert de Powyke, Worc. dioc. (l. d.).
John de Malmisbury, Henry de Balemond, can. Bradenstoke pr.
Richard de Brugge, Richard de Brokehamptone, can. Wormesley.
Richard de Hokynton, Aust. Fr., Ludlow.
Nicholas de Hoggisshawe, Worc. pr.
William Wallene, Fr. Min., Cardiff.
William Power, Fr. Min., Stafford.
Adam Carles, Fr. Pr.
Richard de Penleye, William de Kyngiscote, John de Combo, Matthew de Bradefelde, William de Bradefelde, Kyngeswode abb.
Thomas de Leya, Worc. dioc. (l. d.), Great Malvern pr.

ORDINATION IN BOSBURY, SEPT. 12, 1331.

ACOLYTES.

Richard de Suttone.
Adam Baugy.
Thomas Hethe de Womfirlowe.
Walter de Kynbaltone.
John de Duddlebury.
Walter de Mottelowe.
Stephen Gilbert.
Philip de Ailbrightone.
Walter Faber.
William atte Broke.

122 Registrum Thome de Charlton.

John de Suttone.
Richard White de Fowenhope.
Nicholas de Cloebury.
John Hondsom.
William de Gurdewalle.
Roger de Cotyntone.
John de Stauntone.
William de Rodeleye.
Ralph de Staneweye.
John Daniel de Lanvaran.
William Gynes.
Walter de Dunre.
John Kydel.
John Hamond de Hereford.
William Underlithe.
Henry Visshare.
Philip Keniastone.
Reginald Page de Wyggemore.
Richard de Astone.
Thomas Ragor (l. d.), Evesham abb.

SUB DEACONS.

William de Tauntone, Bath and Wells dioc. (l. d.).
Wilham de Credeleye. [1]
William de Malmishulle, to wait one year.
Philip Teurbarn de la Wottone.
William de Duditone.
William de Proene.
Richard de la Felde de Leominstre.
Walterus Hened de Rodeleye.
Richard Waythan, to wait one year.
Thomas de Skenefrizt.
Maurice de Treget.
Reginald Sumpter.
Richard de Duditone.
Nicholas Brian.
Robert le Rede.
Thomas de Bisshopstone.
John de Kynleye.
Thomas Torel de Tuddenhame.
Philip de S. Michael's.
William de Marisco de Webbetone.
William Forester.

[1] All by ti. pa.

William Braz, pap. prov. by Cormeilles abb.
Nicholas de Alvyntone, Lechelade hosp.
Richard de Boure, William de Breyntone, Cathedral, Heref.
Roger de Aunsel, rect. of Penros, Bangor dioc. (l. d.).
John Swon de Malmisbury, Salis. dioc. (l. d.), ti. John Mauduyt.
John Beree, Monemuth pr.
John Westone, Wenloke pr.
Roger de Yarkhulle, Fr. Pr., Wenlock.
Stephen Russel, Fr. Min.
William de Norton, Geoffrey de Avebury, John de Rodebourne, Malmesbury abb. (l. d.).
John de Bremesgrave, Robert de Yroemertone, Evesham abb.

Episcopi Herefordensis. 123

DEACONS.

William Beneyt de Ros. [1]
Thomas Pipare de Bikenore, one year.
William de la Tale de Groete.
Walter de Sheldirtone, one year.
Richard, s. of Owen de Hereford.
Philip de Disshewalle.
Robert de Stokes.
William de Birtone.
David de Banertone.
Stephen Jonkyn de Radenore.
William Ballot de New Radnor.
Walter atte Nasshe.
Thomas de Alstone.
Richard de Tedistile.
John Filla.
Thomas Goz.
Robert de Brunsop.
Thomas, s. of William Serjaunt de Monytone in Straddel.
Gregory de Mill.
Roger Godriche de Blechisdone.
Robert de Doddemor.
Ralph de Ploufelde.
John Robert de Suttone.
Richard de Rachsforde.
Robert de Walsned.
William Collynges.
Adam Pyringe de Kyngeslone.
John de Walforde.
Roger, s. of Nicholas Dye de Clone.
Richard de Walkislowe.
John Penymawe de Clone.
Gilbert, s. of Robert Clerk de Garewy.
John Whele de Radenore.
William, s. of John Brid de Lantony.
William Howel, one year.
Hugh Syrild.
William Gamboun.
John de Hurdeleye.
John de Ocleye.
John Buleye de Montgomery, one year.
Hugh Gerald de Kyngescaple.
Roger de Mutlowe de Kyngescaple.
Thomas atte Brugge.
Hugh de Craddoc.
Roger Marescal de Lodelowe.
William Rose.
John, s. of Richard de Bromptone.

[1] All by ti. pa.

Roger, s. of William de Malmishulle Gamage, pap. prov. by S. Peter's abb., Glouc.
Roger de Dene, pap. prov. by Lyre abb., Ebor. dioc.
Edward de Lodelowe, sacris. in Wigmore.
Edward Tannere de Gloucester, Worc. dioc. (l. d.), ti. pa.
Robert Boter, Little Malverne, Worc. dioc. (l. d.).
Henry Faber de Funnemunne, Lland. dioc. (l. d.), ti. Henry de Vinfranville.
Adam de Wytteneye, Aust. Fr.
Thomas de Uptone, Aust. Fr.
John de Gosyntone, Chirbury pr.
John de Prestbury, Fr. Pr.
Roger Waleys, Fr. Pr.

124 Registrum Thome de Charlton.

PRIESTS.

John de Staunforde, rect. of How Caple.
John, s. of Richard le Maceoun de Bayshame. [1]
Hugh de Kyneforde.
Roger le Pounter de Leominstre.
Roland Bluet.
Richard de Culmiscote.
William de Almondistre.
Robert, s. of Alan de Wenlac.
Richard, s of Roger de Malmishulle Gammage.
Robert de Tedistile.
Robert Gillou.
John de Lugwarde.
Richard de Malmishulle.
William Jordan.
John de Hulle de Cotyntone.
William de Whittone.
Ralph Sagon.
Gilbert de Prestone.
Richard Howe.
John Traradour.
Hugh de Montgomery.
John Yowayn de Allbrightone.
William de Stoctone.
Richard Ploufelde de Nortone.
John Godriche de Yavesore.
John de la Hoke de Newent.

[1] All by ti. pa.

Robert de Porta de Stauntone, ti. C s. Sir Baldewyn de Longestowe.
Richard Wylot de Bibury, Worc. dioc. (l. d.).
John Bache, ti. Walter Bache.
William Elys, chantry in Cathedral.
William de Wormebrugge, chantry S. Mary, Lugwardyn.
Nicholas de Wynnisbury, rect. of Barking, Norwic. dioc. (l. d.).
Walter de Withyngtone, Heref. Cathedral.
William Tramel, Monmouth pr.
Thomas de S. Owen, Thomas de Servyntone, Griffin ap Seysil, Fr. Min.
Hugh Piage, John de Wicheforde, Wenlock pr.
William de Suttone, Chirbury pr.
John de Cheddeworth, Fr. Pr., Glouc.
Richard de Horseleye, S. Oswald pr., Glouc.
John de Bathonia, Malmisbury abb. (l. d.).
William Boys, William de Cliftone, Evesham abb. (l. d.).

ORDINATION IN COLWALL, DEC. 21, 1331.

ACOLYTE.

Simon de Wynton, Worc. pr. (l. d.).

Episcopi Herefordensis. 125

SUBDEACONS.

John de Muchelneye, Philip de Broke, Worc. pr. (l. d.).

DEACONS.

John de Maidewelle, Thomas de la Lee, John de Hodyntone, Roger de Worfelde, Worc. pr. (l. d.).

ORDINATION IN BREDWARDINE, JUNE 13, 1322.

ACOLYTES.

Thomas le Walshe de Ross.
Roger Martyn.
Thomas de Stoke.
John de Welyntone.
Roger, s. of Walter de Wystanstowe.
Walter de Lude.
Roger de la More.
Richard de Orelynge.
Gilbert de Homme Laci.
John de Homptone.
Walter Shirreve.
William de Brugge.
John le Marchaunt.
John Fraunceys.
David ap Phelip.
John de Wynfyrtone.
Richard de la Felde.
John de Hereford.
John de Neutone.
Roger de Cloctone.
John de Mokeleye.
Godfrey de Erdisleie.
Walter Fourneys.
Philip de Shobbedone.
John de Bradestone.
Robert Mayel.
Thomas de Kynleye.
John Quebbe de Erdisleie.
John de Wenloc.
Richard Wade de Wenloc.
William Martyn.
Roger de Eardisleye.
Walter de Mockas.
Roger de Westbury.
John de Stoctone.
Richard de Westbury.
William de Wodemantone.
William de Kynernou.
John de Walcote.
Thomas de la Felde.
Reginald de Westbury.
Walter de la Mersshe.
Thomas de Westbury.
Roger de Clyre.
Thomas de London, rect. of Linc. dioc. (l. d.)
Richard de Albirbury, Thomas de Newlonde, Fr. Pr., Warwyk. (l. d.).
Thomas de Cradeleye, Robert de Cradeleye, Fr. Pr., Heref.

126 Registrum Thome de Charlton.

SUBDEACONS.

David de Meynestone. [1]
William de Bromeleie de Cheilemersshe.
John de Bradestone.
John, s. of John Walshe.
John de Birches de Martynstowe, one year.
Roger, s. of Walter de Humbre.
John de Garewy.
Thomas Wrenon de Pontisbury.
William, s. of William de Tullyntone.
John Robyn de New Radnor.
John Daniel de Llanwaran.
Roger, s. of William de Asshulle.
Thomas de Dewechurche.
Alexander Peres de Much Marcle.
John de la Medu de Ledebury.
Reginald Page de Wigmore.
John de Wasebourne.
William de Pullerbache.
John de Malleye, one year.
Richard de Astone.
Griffin de Westone.
Stephen Daykyn de Bishop's Castle.
Adam Balle.
Adam de Wonetone.
William, s. of Miles de Wynfyrtone.
Solomon de Henore.
William de Underlyche.
William de Malleye, two years.
Richard de Bradestane, one year.
Gervaso ap Willym, two years.
Richard, s. of John de Homme.
Maurice de Gilhou, two years.
William de Brugge.
John de la More de Cateleie.
John, s. of Lucie de Hulle.
Walter de Chirbury.
Thomas, s. of Godfrey de la Hethe.
Thomas atte Mersshe, two years.
Robert de Berdetone.
John Sutor de Erdisleye.
John Coly de Colyntone Minori.
William de Gurdewalle.
Roger de la Felde.
William de Wiketone.
William atte Broke.
John Wodeward de Homptone.

[1] All by ti. pa.

John Martyn, sacris. in Bishop's Castle.
John de Otleye, Great Malvern.
John, s. of William de Hallstede, Linc. dioc. (l. d.), Geroudon abb.
Hugh de Wystanestowe, hosp. S. John Bapt., Shrewsbury.
John de Thornestone, ti. Roger Ragoun.
John Mortoun de Lagostone, Dore abb.
William de Strettone, chantry in S. Nicholas, Heref.
Richard de Twiforde, Linc. dioc. (l. d.), Ouston abb.
Hugh, s. of William le Northerene, ti. Thomas le Brut.
William de Ercalewe, Cov. and Lich. dioc, (l. d.), hosp. S. John, Shrewsbury.
John Corbet, Wigmore abb.
Richard de Westbury, Henry de Boys, Flaxley abb.
Edward de Stauntone, Dore abb.

Episcopi Herefordensis. 127

John de Lodelowe, John de Uptone, Fr. Aust., Ludlow.
Walter de Wykwane, Richard de Glovernia, Fr. Pr.

DEACONS.

William de Stanweye. [1]
Maurice de Tregget, one year.
John de Kyntishame.
Walter Hened de Rodele, two years.
William de Proene, to learn more music.
Hugh de Malmeshulle.
Thomas de Bisshopistone.
Nicholas Bryan.
Richard Rode, to learn more music.
Roger de Hulle.
John Wrenon de Hentlan.
Richard de Synetone.
Richard de Dodytone, one year.
John Stoke de Stradhulle.
William de Dodytone, one year.
Hugo de Bellymare, 1 year.
John de Kynleie.
Richard de la Felde de Leominstre.
John Longe.
William atte Halle de Homptone.
William Pistor de Aka, one year.
Philip de Ecclesia S. Michaelis, three years.
William de Marisco de Webetone.
John Waythan.
Philip de la Wottone, two years.
William Forester.
William de Cradeleye.

[1] All by ti. pa.

Robert de Snodhulle, Crassewalle pr.
Walter de Hoforde, ad ti. vic. in Cathedral held by Robert de Monytone.
William Braz, pap. prov. by Cormeilles abb.
William de Taunton, Bath and Wells dioc. (l. d.), Llanthony by Glouc.
John Bree, Monmouth pr.
Thomas de Aycle, Fr. Aust., Ludlow.
Roger de Larkhulle, John Hay de Yarkhulle, Fr. Pr., Heref.
William de Pydintone, John to Box, Fr. Pr., Warwick.

PRIESTS.

John de Walforde. [1]
Thomas, s. of David Goz de Pencoit.
Thomas Pipere de Bikenore.
Richard de Rachisforde.
William, s. of John Brid de Lantone.
John Filla de Radenore Nova.
Richard de Tedistile.
John Penymawe.
Adam Pyminche de Kingislone.
Roger, s. of Nicholas de Clone.
Gregory de Molendino.
Hugh Craddoc de Kingiscaple.
William de la Fale de Grettone.
William Barnot de Radenore Nova.

[1] All by ti. pa.

128 Registrum Thome de Charlton.

Richard, s. of Owen de Bromptone. [1]
Howel de Clonegonforde.
William Collynges.
Hugh Gerald de Kynniseaple.
Richard de Walkislowe.
Hugh, s. of John de Munslow.
Thomas atte Brugge.
Thomas, s. of William le Serjaunt de Monytone in Straddel.
Robert Dodemore.
John de Suttone.
Reginald Sumptier.
Hugh Syrild de Wythintone.
Roger, s. of John Elyot.
Roger de Motelowe.
Robert de Brunshope.
Hugh de Brugge Solers.
William Gamboun.
John Whele de Radenore.
Gilbert, s. of Thomas de Garewy.
David de Baretone.
Roger Marescal de Lodelowe.
William Bernard de Lungehulle de Leominstre.
Robert de Stoke.
John de Hurdele.
Philip de Disshewalle.
Walter atte Nasshe de Suttone.
Stephen Jonekyn de Veteri Radenore.
William Beneyt de Rosee.
William Rose.
William de Bertone.
Richard de Esthope.

[1] All by ti. pa.

William Dagge, rect. of Morton on Lugge.
John Seys, vic. of Llancadot, S. David's dioc. (l. d.).
Howel Vaghane, rect. of Penkarret, S. David's dioc. (l. d.).
Roger de Dene, pap. prov. by Lyre abb.
Roger, s. of William de Mansel Gamage, pap. prov. by S. Peter's, Glouc.
Walter de Sheldirtone, Ouston abb.
Thomas, s. of Hubert de Riburghe, Norwyc. dioc. (l. d.), Dover pr.
William de Congeltone, Cov. and Lich. dioc. (l. d.), hosp. S. John Bapt., Shrewsbury.
Philip de Groete, rect. of Little Collington.
John Cosyn de Laneworth, Worc. dioc. (l. d.), Crassewalle pr.
Ralph Norreis, Fr. Pr.
Hugh de Pyage, Thomas de Uptone, Wenlock pr.
William Broud, Dore abb.
William de Ebore, John de Nortone, Fr. Pr., Warwick.

ORDINATION IN THE CATHEDRAL, DEC. 19, 1332.

ACOLYTES.

Robert de Froma.
William de Maddele.
Maurice ap David.
William le Taillor, Worc, dioc. (l. d.).

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William de Bradestone.
William de Stonylowe.
Richard de Corne.
John Turforde.
William Mon de Monytone.
Thomas ate Sete.
John Styword de Cheddeworthe.
Ralph de la Wode.
John de Hope.
John Carbonel.
Philip Faber.
Walter de Gurdelere.
Richard de Aylmondestre.
John Scryveyn.
Walter Papegay.
Philip Kilfodes.
Richard de Hope.
Philip de Tebeyllyn.
Hugh de Westone.
John de Brulley.
Walter Restaud.
Thomas Throme.
Nicholas Malemort.
Nicholas de Filode.
John Yevele.
Richard de Pontesbury.
William de Wythinton.
Henry de la Hyde.
Robert Yves.
Adam de Kent.
Hugh de Kylfodes.
John le Carpenter de Homme.
Stephen de Kalewe.
Robert Power.
Henry de Stoctone.
William Broun.
William, s. of Philip de Malmeshulle.
Walter de Gernestone.
Edward Bouler.
John, s. of Philip de Malmeshulle.
Nicholas de Houtone.
William de la Roke.
Richard ap David.
Henry de Rudmerle.
John Bedehorne.
John de Mynchemore.
Walter de Monyntone.
Henry Sernon, Monmouth pr.
Thomas de Clodeshale, Hales abb. (l. d.).
Thomas de Kokenage, Richard de Osewaldestre, Walter de Bikertone, Fr. Min., Bridgenorth.
Robert de Milbourne, hosp. S. Wolstan, Worc. (l. d.).

SUBDEACONS.

Robert Urry de Prestone. [1]
Nicholas, s. of Nicholas de Brentmarsshe de Wygemore.
Meredith de Brulley.
Walter de la Hulle de Kymbartone.
John de Lude.
John de Birches.
Philip de Davyestone.
Stephen Felawe de Byforde.
Walter, s. of David de Penketly.
Roger de Dodyntone.
Roger, s. of Thomas Dun de Westbury.
William Tylye.
Roger Hoye de Newent.
John Forester de Ledebury.
Thomas de la Felde.

[1] All by ti. pa.

130 Registrum Thome de Charlton.

John de Actone. [1]
Roger de Wynstanstowe.
Roger de Bromyorde.
William Borryche.
Hugh Baudewyne.
Baudewyn de Erdesle.
John de la Style.
Philip de la Hurst.
Gregory de Birches.
Maurice de Birches.
Geoffrey le Frensshe.
Robert Lucy.
David ap Phelyp.
Henry Pyre.

[1] All by ti. pa.

Richard de la Felde de Morcote, Flaxley abb.
John de Wenlake, Wigmore abb.
William de Wymfertone, vic. of Fownhope.
Laurence de Marcleye, Worc. dioc. (l. d.), ti. pa.
Nicholas Edwy de Gloucestria, Worc. dioc. (l. d.) Llanthony pr.
John Gylot de Ideshale, Cov. and Lich. dioc. (l. d.), Boxgrave pr.
Roger, s. of Adam le Spenser de Wrokwardyn, Cov. and Lich. dioc. (l. d.), Wombridge pr.
William Godard de Wyrlyngworthe, Norwyc. dioc. (l. d.), ti. pa.
Robert, Hadelli, Lexov. dioc. (l. d.), Cormeilles abb.
Thomas de Sibelonde, Worc. dioc. (l. d.), hosp. St. Mark by Bristol.
Thomas de Mortone, Cov. and Lich. dioc. (l. d.), Alberbury pr.
John de Hales, rect. of Kynmertone, Worc. pr. (l. d.).
Nicholas de Longforde, Wormesley pr.
Hugh de Fastone, Walter de Hanlegh, Fr. Aust., Wodehouse.
John de Gloucestria, John de Wigornia, Roger Broun, John de Aldryntone, John de Hervyntone, William de Borsele, Thomas de Graftone, Wynchcombe abb. (l. d.).
Richard de Heghamestede, hosp. S. Wolstan, Worc. (l. d.).
Thomas Ragun, Evesham abb. (l. d.).

DEACONS.

Griffin de Westone. [1]
Roger, s. Walter de Humbre.
Adam de Wonetone.
William atte Broke.
Richard de Bradestone. Hugh, s. of William le Northerne.
John de Bradestone.
William de Erdesle.
John le Wodeward de Homptone.
John Danyel de Lanwaran.
William Underlythe.
William de Polrebache.
William, s. of Walter de Underlythe.
Philip de Martynestowe.
William, s. of Miles de Wymfertone.
Thomas, s. of Geoffrey de la Hethe.
Stephen Daukyn de Castro Episcopi.
Maurice Gylhoghe.

[1] All by ti. pa.

Episcopi Herefordensis. 131

Robert de Berdetone. [1]
John Robyn de Radenore Nova.
Gervase, s. of William.
John Aylmond de Hope.
Thomas de la Mersshe.
William de Brumleye de Cheylemersshe.
Alexander Perys de Magna Marcleye.
Roger de la Felde.
Thomas de Douyrchirche.
Richard, s. of John de Homme.
John de Wasshebourne.
John Coly de Colyntone Minor.
Richard de Astone.
John, s. of Lucie de Hulk.
William Sutor de Tulyntone.
William s. of William de Tulyntone.
Solomon de Henore.
John de Thornestone.
William de Brugge.
Walter de Chirbury.
David de Meynstone.
Reginald Page de Wygemore.
Roger, s. of William de Ashulle.
William de Malleye.
Thomas Wronon de Pontesbury.
William de Wyrketone.
William de Curdewalle.
David, s. of John le Walsshe.
Richard le Marschal de Alberbury.

[1] All by ti. pa.

John de Otteleye, Little Malvern pr.
Walter Seyssel, Land. dioc. (l. d.).
Hugh de Wystanstowe, S. John, Shrewsbury.
Richard de Twyford, Linc. dioc. (l. d.), Ouston abb.
William Swayn, de Bybury, Worc. dioc. (l. d.), Dorchester abb.
Robert de Dunclente, rect. of Swyneforde, Worc. dioc. (l. d.).
Nicholas Wyttynke de Skynfrithe, Robert, s. of David de Skenfrithe, Land. dioc. (l. d.).
Nicholas s. of Roger Cole de Shirevesneutone, Land. dioc. (l. d.).
William de Ercalewe, Cov. and Lich. dioc. (l. d.), S. John Bapt., Shrewsbury.
John Moton de Yanganstone, Dore abb.
Henry de Wyco, John de Lodelowe, Fr. Aust., Ludlow.
John de Dunneyate, Fr. Aust., Wodehouse.
Fulk Pante, Monmouth pr.
Henry Ragun, Land. dioc. (l. d.).
Nicholas de Alvynechirche, Fr. Min., Bridgnorth.
Philip de la Felde, William de Botile, Fr. Pr., Hereford.
John Marcle, Evesham abb.

PRIESTS.

William de Prene. [1]
William de Cradeleye.
Philip Thurban de la Wottone.
Richard Bellymare.

[1] All by ti. pa.

132 Registrum Thome de Charlton.

Roger de Hulle. [1]
Hugh de Malmeshulle.
William de Marisco de Webbetone.
John Waythan.
Hugh de Bellymare.
Thomas de Bisshopetone.
William Pistor de Aka.
John de Ocleye.
Nicholas Bryan.
Philip de Ecclesia S. Michaelis.
Richard de Doddytone.
John de Hyntesham.
Maurice Tregete.
Thomas de Alstone.
William ate Halle de Homptone.
Richard de Cynetone.
Richard Baret.
Adam Balle.
John de Kynleye.
William le Forester.
John de Stanweye.

[1] All by ti. pa.

John Martyn, vicar of Mamble.
William de Strattone, chantry in S. Nicholas, Heref.
Robert le Rede, Crasswall pr.
John Hauthorne de Chiltenhame, Worc. dioc. (l. d.), hosp. S. John, Lechelade.
Philip Griffe, Land. dioc. (l. d.), ti. pa.
Simon Elys, Worc. dioc. (l. d.), chantry S. Mary, St. Peter's, Glouc. Philip Howe, Land. dioc. (l. d.), ti. pa.
Nicholas de Wygemor, Worc. dioc. (l. d.), ti. pa.
Thomas de Skeynfrithe, Lland. dioc. (l. d.), ti. pa.
William de la Hyde de Aldesworthe, Wyg. dioc. (l. d.)
William le Tannere de Northleeche, Worc. dioc. (l. d.), Llanthony by Glouc.
William Skylful de Wyche, Worc. dioc. (l. d.).
Robert le Blunte de Snytenfelde, Wyg. dioc. (l. d.), S. John Warwick pr.
Thomas de Besforde, Worc. dioc. (l. d.).
John, s. of William de Hallestede, Linc. dioc. (l. d.), Gerendone abb.
John de Bree, Roger Bosas, Monmouth pr.
Henry de Dufford, Fr. Aust., Woodhouse.
Nicholas de Draytone, Hales abb., Worc. dioc.
Roger de Wodehouse, Fr. Min. Bridgenorth.
John de la Hay, Walter Wykkeworne, John de Prestebury, Fr. Pr., Heref.
Roger de Worfelde, John de Mucheleneye, Philip Broke, Worc. pr. (l. d.).

Episcopi Herefordensis. 133

ORDINATION IN LLANWENARTH, APRIL 3, 1333, BY COMMISSION FROM
THE BISHOP OF LLANDAFF.

SUBDEACON.

Robert de Henle, rect. of Whitbourn.

PRIEST.

John de London, rect. of Colesbourne, Worc. dioc. (l. d.)

ORDINATION IN WIGMORE CHURCH, MAY 29, 1333.

ACOLYTES.

Roger Harald.
John Harald.
Nicholas Smalmorel.
Philip Broun.
Ralph Mortimer, rect. of New Radnor.
Walter Arnyet.
Richard Pychforde.
Richard de Toterdone.
John Trikedondele.
John de Eytone.
Roger de Clehangre.
Henry Whyte de Tullyntone.
Peter de Strete.
Walter de Homptone.
William de la Felde.
Henry de Maddeleye.
Walter Murymouthe.
Walter le Wyte de Lugwardyn.
William Caumbrey.
John ate Broke.
Walter de Hulhamptone.
John de Monngomery.
William de Stynyntone.
William de Neutone.
Adam le Muneter.
William de Clone.
Walter le Nan.
John Caue de Waterdene.
Nicholas de Linleye.
Philip de Fayntre.
Philip Gauter.
Griffin de Stowe.
Henry de Lee.
William Wrothe.
Henry de Dene.
Walter de Hurtesle, rect. of Bishopstone.
Walter Waldynge.
William de Wirketone.
Thomas Waldynge.
William le Newe de Malmeshulle.
John Carons.
John de Bettone.
Simon Hobetz.
Reginald de Pontesbury.
Richard de Pontesbury.
John de Pontesbury.
Simon Foucare.
John de Gardino.

134 Registrum Thome de Charlton.

John de Heytone.
John Dycones de Morthon.
John de Lydebury.
John Haddeley.
William de Wynstanstowe.
William Meuske.
John Carbonel.
Walter de Wythyntone.
Philip de Broktone.
John de Pyrie.
Richard ate Lee.
Roger Roddot.
Willelmus de Asshtone.
John de Sokeley.
John atte Asshe.
John de Sproctone.
Richard Dykones.
William de Merstone.
Henry Trocktoke.
Robert de Westbury.
Howel de Bromptone.
Richard de Hoytone.
Roger Lacy.
John de Radenore.
Richard Shortfrend.
William de Erdesle.
Roger Don.
David, s. of Walter de Clone.
Adam Smalmorel.
John de Bettone.
John de Scrawardyn.
John le Colyare.
William Scrote de Radnore Nova.
John de Longeleye.
John de Forde.
John de Holemere.
Roger de Lynleye.
William le Reve de Almally.
John de Wyerstanstowe.
Roger de Wanloke.
Walter de Munede.
Walter Godman.
Henry de Lardene.
Thomas le Fillylode.
William Farlowe.
Richard de Montgomeri.
Henry de Chelmersshe.
William de Shobbedone.
Roger de la Hulle.
Thomas, s. of Henry Fynymon de Upledene.
Roger, s. of Thomas de Nortone.
Roger, s. of Maurice de Nortone.
John de Homptone.
Reginald de Pontesbury.
Thomas de Horton, John de Longeneye, Walter de Adenhame, Glouc. abb.
John Marcleye, John de Newebury, Tewkesbury abb.

SUBDEACONS.

Roger Fremon de Strattone. [1]
John, s. of Walter Rogeres de Wydemarssmore.
John de Suttone.
William de Rouleye.
John Aylward de Brugge Solers.
Thomas, s. of Thomas de Combe.
Roger, s. of John de Coumbe.
William, s. of John Perys.
David ap Lereward de Maynestone.
Roger de la Ree.
John Rothale de Lodelowe, one year.
Cadugan, s. of Griffin de Maynestone.

[1] All by ti. pa.

Episcopi Herefordensis. 135

Richard Come. [1]
Richard de Hope.
Robert Morys.
John de Euledone.
Nicholas de Credenhulle.
William, s. of William Vaghan de Brokhamptone.
Roger le Vynor.
Richard ate Grene.
John de Leominstre.
Thomas Faber.
John de Knyghtestone.
Henry Janes de Stauntone.
William, s. of Roger le Mon.
Thomas, s. of Roger, s. of John de Eytone.
John, s. of David Dygan.
William, s. of Lewelyn de Temsete.
John de Patey de Kewardyn.
Richard Fraunceys de Ashforde Boulers.
Henry, s. of Richard de Eytone.
John Paty de Kewardyn.
Nicholas Malemort.
Henry, s. of Richard Yonge de Canon Pion.
Reginald, s. of William Clerke de Wyttone.
Philip de Rorytone.

[1] All by ti. pa.

John de Tuggeford, Duddley abb.
William, s. of Henry de Stonylowe, pension l s. William Haralde, Thomas Smalmorel et Richard Bartelote.
William de Abbodeleye, Llanthony pr. by Glouc.
Thomas Catelote de Ros, Wormesleye pr.
Henry de Rudmeresle, Great Malvern pr.
Adam de Bartone, rect. of Askeby, Linc. dioc. (l. d.).
John Mathy, Exon. dice. (l. d.)
Richard, s. of Richard Raphel de Bromesgrove, Worc. dioc. (l. d.).
Richard le Tannere de Gloucestria, Worc. dioc. (l. d.), chantry V. M. S. Owen's, Glouc.
William le Turner de Bysleghe, Worc. dioc. (l. d.).
Laurence, s. of William Andrew de Wenryche, Worc. dioc. (l. d.), Godestowe nunnery.
John Knyght de Pamyntone, Worc. dioc. (l. d.), S. John, Lechelade.
Richard de Totforde de Shireborne, Worc. dioc. (l. d.), ti. pa.
Elias de Herfertone, Worc. dioc. (l. d.).
Richard, s. of Henry atte Grene de Aldesworthe, Worc. dioc. (l. d.), hosp. S. John, Burford.
Michael le Gardyner de Gloucestria, Worc. dioc., Llanthony pr. by Glouc.
John Croke de Gloucestria, Richard le Coke de Toneworthe, Worc. dioc. (l. d.).
William de Kynemertone, rect. of Flamstead, Linc. dioc. (l. d.).
William de Atynghame, Cov. and Lich. dioc. (l. d.), S. John, Shrewsbury.
Gilbert de la Holte, Cov. and Lich. dioc. (l. d.), Bordesley abb.

136 Registrum Thome de Charlton.

Thomas, s. of William de Conede, Cov. and Lich. dioc. (l. d.), hosp. S. Giles, Shrewsbury.
Hugh de Conede, Cov. and Lich. dioc. (l. d.), Buldewas abb.
Roger, s. of William de Corynghame, Linc. dioc. (l. d.), Louth Park abb.
John de Uske, Fr. Pr.
Jacob Delves, Fr. Pr., Shrewsbury.
Robert de Milbourne (l. d.), hosp. S. Wolstan, Glouc.
Thomas de Temedebury, Thomas Froyl, David de Garewy, Fr. Aust., Ludlow.
William de Puttele, Robert de Marsfelde, Teukesbury (l. d.).

DEACONS.

Roger de Bromyorde. [1]
Roger s. of Thomas Don.
Roger de Wystanstowe.
David ap Phelippe.
Meredith de Brulley.
John de Garewy.
Walter de la Hulle de Kynebaltone.
William Tylie de Etone.
John de la Medewe de Ledebury.
Walter, s. of David de Penketly.
John Forester de Ledebury.
Robert Urry de Prestone.
John de la More de Catteleye.
John de Birches.
Stephen Felawe de Byford.
John de Actone.
Thomas de la Felde.
Adam de Wenetone.
Hugh Baudewyne.
Robert de Lucy.
Roger de Dodyntone.
Gregory de Birches.
Baldwyn de Erdesle.
Philip de la Hurste.
William Burryche.
John de la Style.
Roger Hoye de Newent.

[1] All by ti. pa.

Robert de Henle, rect. of Whitbourne.
William de Wymfertone, vic. of Founhope.
John de Wenloke, sacris. in Wigmore.
Nicholas, s. of Nicholas de Brentemersshe, chantry of V. M., Worc.
Richard de la Felde de Morcote, Great Malvern pr.
Henry Stordy de Sugleye.
Laurence de Marcleye de Gloucestria. [1]
Thomas de Culne.
Nicholas Elwy de Gloucestria, Llanthony by Glouc.
Robert Janynes de Chadesle, Llanthony pr.
John Middlemor de Toneworthe.
John Hikkes de Astone.
William Hunte de Persshora.
John de Suttone.
Robert Amyas de Combertone.
John le Whyte de Forthamptone.
William de Renthame de Uptone.
William de Wormyntone dioc.
Richard le Kinge de Wynchcombe.

[1] Worc. dioc. (l. d.).

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Robert Hadelli, Lisieux. dioc. (l. d.), Cormeilles abb.
Thomas de Radynge, rect. of Leen, Linc. dioc. (l. d.).
Hugh de Vastone, Walter de Hanleye, Woodhouse pr.
Richard de Teukesbury, hosp. S. Wolstani, Glouc.
Nicholas de Longeforde, Can. of Wormesley.
John de Gloucestria, John de Wycestre, John de Aldryntone, Thomas de Graftone, Winchcombe abb.
Thomas de Wycombe, Edmund de Staundone, Dore abb.
Robert de Somertone, Nicholas de Brutone, John de Eldesfelde, Philip Walewayn.

PRIESTS.

Richard de la Felde de Leominstre. [1]
Robert de Berdetone.
John, s. of Lucie de la Hulle.
John de Wassebourne.
Maurice Gilloghe.
William Underlythe.
Thomas ate Mershe.
William Sutor de Tullyntone.
Thomas de Dowychirche.
John Wodeward de Homptone.
William, s. of William de Tullyntone.
John Boeleye de Montegomery.
Richard, s. of John de Homme.
Roger de la Felde.
John Aylmond de Hope.
John Daniel de Lanwaran.
William de Dodytone.
William Bromleye de Cheylmersshe.
William de Curdewalle.
Thomas Wronow de Pontesbury.
Hugh, s of William le Northerne.
Roger, s. of Walter de Humbre.
William de Pulrebache.
William de Erdesle.
Richard, s. of Richard du Mucheledene.
Roger, s. of William de Asshulle.
David, s. of John le Walsslie.
John de Bradestone.
William, s. of Walter Underlythe.
Thomas s. of Geoffrey de la Hethe.
John Coly de Colytone.
John le Longe de Clone.
David de Maynestone.
William de Brugge.
Richard Marchal de Alberbury.
William ate Broke.
William, s. of Milo de Wymfertone.
John Robyn de Radenore Nova.
William de Wyrketone.
Solomon de Henore.
Gervase, s. of William.
Alexander Berys de Much Marcle.
John de Thornestone.
Richard de Astone.
William de Malleye.
Griffin de Westone.

[1] All by ti. pa.

William de Clare, rect. of Byford.
Adam Berte, rect. of Pudlestone.
John de Hales, rect. of Kemerton, Worc. dioc. (l. d.)

138 Registrum Thome de Charlton.

Thomas de Mortone, Cov. and Lich. dioc. (l. d.), Alberbury pr.
Reginald Page de Wygemor, ti. pens. 4 marc. of Roger Ragun.
Hugh de Wynstanstowe, hosp. S. John, Shrewsbury.
Richard de Twyforde, Linc. dioc. (l. d.), Ouston abb.
William Aynel de Boreforde, Linc. dioc. (l. d.), Bruera abb.
Richard de Cagheleye, Cov. and Lich. dioc., hosp. S. John, Bridgnorth.
John Moton de Yangestone, chantry in Grosmont.
John de Stauntone, ti. John Waldynge, lord of Staunton.
John de Otteleye, Little Malvern pr.
William Braz de Ledebury, pap. prov. by Cormeilles abb.
Alexander Alcote de Wyche, John Coys de Quedesle, Worc. dioc. (l. d.).
William Stareye. [1]
William Peruele de Netherswalle.
William Thour de Flatebury.
Elias Junour de Herfortone.
John le Smyth de Warmeswottone.
John Swancote de Chaddesle.
John Jory de Wonneswottone.
John Manuoel de Lupzate.
Robert de Fulwode de Toneworthe.
John Hogges de Wytlakesforde.
William Bakere de Stodeye.
John Coke de Budeforde.
Nicholas de Juteberge.
William de Soustre.
John Giffard de Sloustre.
John ate Hyde de Adesworthe.
John Trewemon de Stauntone.

[1] Worc. dioc.

John de Lodelowe, Woodhouse pr.
Henry Ragun, can. Lanthony.
Richard de Westbury, Henry de Boys, Flexley abb.
Thomas de Cheynestone, Dore abb.
Thomas de Canynges, Thomas de Leye, Jacob de Langdone, William Wystard, Teukesbury abb.
William de Shorewelle, William de Nortone, Geoffrey de Avenebury, John de Rodebourne.

ORDINATION IN CHURCHAM, SEPT. 18, 1333.

ACOLYTES.

Richard de Leye, Worc. dioc. (l. d.).
Walter de Clebury, rector, S. David's (l. d.).
John de Stonhouse.
Thomas Ewyas, rect. (l. d.).
John Haket, rect. of Wexhulle.
William Coke de Etone.
William de Myntone.
Walter Buffarde.
Robert Ragon.
Philip Danyel.
John Tryppe.
William Shireve.
John le Newe.

Episcopi Herefordensis. 139

Thomas Phelyp de Ros.
Robert Payne, rect. of Merton (l. d.).
John Coke de Etone.
John Deyere de Newente.
Walter de Knygtone.
Nicholas de Sterdene.
John de Capele.
John Wynter.
John de Welyntone.
Walter Braz.
Walter Swerde.
Hugh de Broyntone.
Richard de Ledecote.
Thomas de Nubbleye.
John de Wylycote.
Griffin de Birches.
William de la Walle.
Jacob Hakete.
William de Malmeshulle Lacy.
William de Brokeworthe, Ebor. dioc. (l. d.).
Thomas de Aystone.
Nicholas de Aystone.
John Puffe.
William de Prestone.
Walter ate Pludde.
Jacob de la Bose.
William de Solers, Fr. Min.
Walter de Winterbourne, Fr. Carm.

SUBDEACONS.

Walter le Smale de Hullhamptone. [1]
Richard de la Hulle.
John Juttes.
William, s. of Adam le Muleward.
Richard, s. of William de Pycheforde.
Richard de Wytte de Fonhope.
Reginald, s. of Richard Myle.
William, s. of Richard le Taillor de Bryanesbromptone.
William, s. of William Seryche.
William Heuyne.
Robert Giffarde.
Philip ap Wyllym de Blakenolre.
William, s. of William de la Broke Kyngestanforde.

[1] All by ti. pa.

Adam de Kent, ti. A. Murymouthe.
William Cambrey, ti. pension iiij marc. par. of Richard's Castle.
Ralph de Mortimer, rect. of New Radnor.
Walter de Hurtesle, rect. of Bishopstone.
Elias de Chalvestone, Worc. dioc. (l. d.),
Robert de Wynnesmor, Worc. dioc. (l. d.), Pershore abb.
Milo, s. of William Simone de Botelersmerstone, Worc. dioc., Alcester abb.
Roger, s. of Walter le Frensshe de Otyntone, John, s. of John Everard de Arewe, John de Tedyntone, Thomas, s. of John de Hulle de Wyche, William Robylard de Wyche, Worc. dioc. (l. d.).
Walter de Ulnehale, Worc. dioc. (l. d.), Osney abb.
John de Mercombe de Meserder (l. d.), Ouston abb.
John de Fayrford (l. d.), Brommore pr.

140 Registrum Thome de Charlton.

William Wrothe, rect. of Langwicherni, Lland. dioc. (l. d.).
Edward le Yonge de Brokenhurghe, Salis. dioc. (l. d.), Ambresbury nunnery.
John Joustere de Ore, Salis. dioc. (l. d.), Bradenstoke pr.
William de Hodynet, Cov. and Lich. dioc. Plumpton pr.
William Ayluord de Wydecombe, Ebor. dioc. (l. d.), Llanthony by Glouc.
Thomas de Normantone, Ebor. dioc. (l. d.), Geroudon abb.
Henry del Hoo de Craneforde, Linc. dioc. (l. d.), hosp. S. John, Northampton.
John de Camera de Baldone, Linc. dioc. (l. d.), Dorcester abb.
John, s. of Robert de Bereforde, Linc. dioc. (l. d.), S. James, Northampton.
John de Arewe, can. de Stodle, Worc. dioc. (l. d.).
John de Marcle, John de Newebury, Teukesbury abb. (l. d.).
John de Donutone, Fr. Carm.
Adam de Roke, Fr. Min.

DEACONS.

Maurice de Birches. [1]
John de Suttone.
William Rouleye.
John, s. of Thomas de Combe.
Roger Fremon de Stretton.
Henry, s. of Richard le Yonge de Canon Pyon.
John de Leoministre.
Nicholas de Credenhulle.
William Baghan de Brockhamptone.
Richard atte Grene.
Roger le Vynor.
Thomas Faber.
John, s. of Walter Roger de Wydemarsshmore.
Roger de la Ree.
Gregory de Waterdene.
John de Guledon.
Robert Moryz.
John de Kniztestone.
Philip de Davyestone.
John Routhale de Lodelowe.
William, s. of Roger le Mon.
Richard Fraunceys de Assheforde Boulers.

[1] A11 by ti. pa.

William, s. of Henry de Stonylowe, pens. l s. from parish of Wigmore.
Thomas Cateloc de Ros, Wormesle pr.
John de Tuggeforde, Duddele pr.
Richard Raphel de Bromesgrove. [1]
John Croke de Gloucestria.
Reginald de Bradeswelle.
Adam, s. of Robert Seryche de Aldesworthe.
William, s. of Nicholas de Alre de Stoke Archer.
William, s. of Walter de Womburne de Duddele.
Richard le Taillor de Aleryntone.
Richard le Tannere de Gloucestria.
John de Leyghe.

[1] Worc. dioc. (l. d.).

Episcopi Herefordensis. 141

John Knyzght de Panyntone, Worc. dioc. (l. d.), hosp. S. John, Lechelade.
William Bereforde, rect. of Flannel, Worc. dioc. (l. d.).
William Ilger de Prestone, Worc. dioc. (l. d.), S. Wolfstan, Worc.
John de la Felde de Kydermenstre, Worc. dioc. (l. d.).
Robert de Elrebourne, Ebor. dioc. (l. d.), ti. pa.
Gilbert de Holte, Lich. dioc. (l. d.), Bordesley abb.
William de Kynmertone, rect. of Flamstede, Linc. dioc. (l. d.).
John Baron de Pultone, Salis. dioc. (l. d.).
Robert de Melbourne, hosp. S. Wolstan, Worc. (l. d.).
John de Masyntone, Hereford pr.
John de Bremesgrave, Robert de Throkemertone, Evesham abb. (l. d.).
Philip de Merstone, Fr. Carm.
William de Circestre.
Thomas Prate, Fr. Pr.
Richard de Worcester, Thomas de Temedebury, David de Garewy, Fr. Aust., Ludlow.

PRIESTS.

Walter, s. of David de Pentketly. [1]
Walter de la Hulle de Kynehaltone.
John de Birches.
Adam de Wonetone.
Philip de la Hurste.
John de la Medewe de Ledebury.
Thomas de la Felde.
Meredin de Bruylle.
Roger Huwe de Newente.
John de Lude.
John de la Styghele.
William Burryche.
Philip de Martynestowe.
John de la More de Catteley.
William Constable.
Robert Urry de Prestone.
Roger de Wystanstowe.
David ap Phelppe.
Baldewyn de Erdesle.
William Tylye de Etone.
Roger de Bromyorde.
Hugh Baudewyne.

[1] All by ti. pa.

Robert de Henle, rect. of Whitbourne.
William de Wymfertone, vic. of Fownhope.
Robert de Lucy, chantry of V.M., S. Martin's.
Nicholas, s. of Nicholas de Brentemersshe, chantry of V.M. in Wigmore.
John de Wenloke, sacris. in Wigmore.
Richard de la Felde de Morcote, Great Malvern pr.
John le Swon de Malmesbury, Salis. dioc. (l. d.), Flexley abb.
Edward Beaufrere, Salis. dioc. (l. d.), Kington nunnery.

142 Registrum Thome de Charlton.

Robert le Coveror de Denchesworthe, Salis. dioc. (l. d.).
Robert Hadwelli, rect. of Suckleye, Worc. dioc. (l. d.).
Robert de Walsned, rect. of Cromphale, Worc. dioc. (l. d.).
Gilbertus Hychecoke de Comptone Skyrfyn.
Nicholas Whytbred de Seynesbury. [1]
Henry Moene de Capedene.
John de Otyngtone.
Robert de Ilmenede de Mukeltone.
John de Panesuryke.
John Middelmor de Toneworthe.
Richard Marchal de Wormyntone.
Henry de Pyrie.
William Cope de Tettebury.
Henry de Tydyngtone.
Robert Brewes de Ludyntone.
Henry Faber de Alne.
John Hykkes de Astone.
Gilbert de Northwyke.
Robert Janyns de Chaddesle.
Richard Bryd de Eisefelde.
Philip Faber de Chiltenhame.

[1] Worc. dioc. (l. d.).

William le Hunte de Persshore, Robert Amyas de Combretone, Laurence de Marcleye, Worc. dioc., (l. d.).
Nicholas Edwy, Worc. dioc. (l. d.), Llanthony pr. by Glouc.
David ap Beneyt, Lland. dioc. (l. d.), ti. pa.
Thomas de Goldyngham de Ristone, Linc. dioc. (l. d.), hosp. S. John, Northampton.
Richard de Kylmyngtone, Ehor. dioc. (l. d.), S. Mary, Oxon.
Richard de Teukesbury, hosp. S. Wolstan, Worc. (l. d).
William de Stauntone, Fr. Pr.
Thomas Ragon, Evesham abb.
Philip Somerfelede, William de Lyntone. John de Cokehame, can. Cirecestre (l. d.).
Walter de Hanle, Fr. Aust., Woodhouse.
Roger de Wyco, Fr. Min.
John de Lydeneye, Pershore abb. (l. d.).
William de Cloptone, Nicholas de Kynebelle, Robert de Wherewelle, Fr. Carm.

ORDINATION IN LEDBURY, MAY 21, 1331.

ACOLYTES.

Richard de Clehangre.
Richard de Billebury.
John ate Mulne.
Thomas Tull de Ros.
William Coterel.
Edward de Clehangre.
Henry de Curwyard.
William de Ryele de Bromesberghe.
John Cook de Micheldean.
John Coydur.

Episcopi Herefordensis. 143

John Gardiner.
John Note.
John de Bykenore.
William Howe.
William Robardes.
Roger Halle.
John, s. of John de Kente.
Hugh de Westone.
Roger Forester.
William de Penrethe.
Walter Tharp.
John de Dormyntone.
Richard Clericus de Stokesay.
Thomas de Marcle.
William Godmon.
Robert de Abbodele.
Richard de Yeddeven.
John de Falle.
Thomas de Bromptone Bryan.
John de Petrestowe.
Richard de Leynthale.
William de Caple.
William de Clebury.
Richard de Habbegod.
John de Postone.
Richard le Walsshe.
John Leen.
William Jay.
William Leen.
Roger de Wythyndone.
Walter Kynych.
William Seyssel.
Bernard de Leoministre.
Philip Combe.
Hugh le Parker.
John le Haukere.
John de Leghzate.
John Louthe.
William Neel.
Nicholas Henry.
Thomas Parpoynte.
Richard de Bradefelde.
Thomas in le Hale.
David le Bakere.
Richard Balle.
Henry ate Hoke.
Richard de Norton Canon.
John Wygod.
Walter de Dodyntone.
William le Taillor.
Walter Faber.
John Fylete.
Thomas Tethegy.
Henry Wylkynes.
Richard de Sarnesfelde.
John de Houtone.
Thomas Balle.
Henry de Stradhulle.
Thomas Broyl.
John Balle.
Thomas de la Felde.
John Croylande.
William Sylvestre.
Peter Ynelyn, Ebor. dioc. (l. d.).
Roger de Munstreworthe.
Peter, rect. of Rock.
Simon de Swyneye, Lich. dioc. (l. d.).
Walter de Southane, Thomas de Wodemancote, Worc. dioc. (l. d.).
Michael Byclen, Monmouth pr.
Reginald de Halstone, Stephen Bataille, Adam de Mewes, William Wyhst, Wenlock pr.
Richard Whyte, Peter de Stranshawe, Richard de Chaddesleye, Fr. Min., Glouc.
Richard de Stone, Woodhouse pr.

144 Registrum Thome de Charlton.

Thomas Romeseye, Fr. Pr.
John de Penne, Fr. Aust., Ludlow.
John de Swyndone, Bordesley abb.

SUBDEACONS.

Henry de Shiptone, treas. Heref. Cath. [1]
Thomas de Stretforde, Winton (l. d.)
William de Brunshope.
Roger le Hunte de Bonshulle.
John de la Lowe de Fonhope.
Philip, s. of John de Kymnatestone.
Richard le Haucare.
Roger de Clehangre.
Adam Smalmorel.
Walter de Knyghtetone.
William de Hereford.
Walter de Knyghtetone.
William de Borewardesleye.
Walter Braz de Wygemore.
Roger Lacy.
Walter Forneys de Bykenore.
William de Newtone.
William Syward de Monklane.
John Bernard de Monklane.
Richard de Duddele.
Lawrence Justice de Hereford.
William Hychmannes de Brugge.
John de Montegomeri.
John de Strettone.
John Nicholas de Penbrigge.
Walter Myle.
William Morgan de Kynges Caple.
William de Oldenhale de Temedebury.
Roger Steve de Penebrigge.
William, s. of William le Kynge de Stoke.
William Brayn de Webbele.
John de Astone.
Adam le Muneter.
William de Morton.
William de Knyghtetone.
Walter de Wautone.
John de Micheldean.
Adam de la Walle.
John Adames de Lectone.
William Aubrey.
William Pole.
John de Shrawele.
William le Freman de Mucheledene.
John de Waterdene.
John le Hunte de Hope under Dunmere.
John de Forde.
William de Stynyntone.

[1] All by ti. pa.

Walter de Wolstanstone, hosp. S. John, Shrewsbury.
Adam de Pensax, Beauchief abb.
Simon Foukere de Brugge Northe, Lich. dioc. (l. d.), hosp. S. John, Bridgnorth.
Mathias Ridley, Exon. dioc. (l. d.), ti. pa.
Ralph de Stanweye, hosp. S. Trin., Bridgnorth.
John Sproctone, Linc. dioc. (l. d.), Borewell pr.
John Selyes de Shelwyke, 4 marc. from parish of Holmer.

Episcopi Herefordensis. 145

John Cambrey, 4 marc. from parish of Ashford Carbonell.
William de Stokynge, pension from his brothers.
Roger, s. of William Roules, chantry of V.M. in Norton Canon.
John le Glovare de Brugge, Lich. dioc. (l. d.), hosp. S. John, Bridgnorth.
Stephen de Clareleye, Lich. dioc. (l. d.), hosp. H. Trin., Bridgnorth.
John le Kynge, Worc. dioc. (l. d.), Bruera abb.
Simon Hobathe, Lich. dioc. (l. d.), hosp. H. Trin., Bridgnorth.
John de Ayllyntone, hosp. S. Barth., Glouc.
William le Aumblere de Leyntwardyn, chantry V.M. in Leyntwardyn.
John Diclestone de Godryntone, Worc. dioc. (l. d.), Hayles abb.
Geoffrey de Clyve, Worc. dioc. (l. d.), Ensham abb.
John Faukoner de Monemuta, Monmouth pr.
John de Hales, Linc. dioc. (l. d.), Godstow nunnery.
Thomas de Egledone, Linc. dioc. (l. d.), hosp. S. John, Shrewsbury.
William, s. of Ralph de Astleye, John de Wrokcestre, Lich. dioc. (l. d.), hosp. S. John, Shrewsbury.
William de Maddele, Buldewas abb.
Thomas de Colne Roger, Worc. dioc. (l. d.), ti. pa.
Richard de Leye, rect. of Dursley, Worc. dioc. (l. d.).
William de Wodemantone, rect. of Bagendene.
Edward le Goldsmythe, Worc. dioc. (l. d.), chantry V.M. H. Trin., Glouc.
Thomas Sely, Worc. dioc. (l. d.), Bordesley abb.
Walter Crompe, ti. dean of Hereford.
Henry de Teukesbury, Thomas de Brudone, William de Eyneshame, Hayles abb. (l. d.).
John de Westone, Wenlock pr.
Thomas Gay, Fr. Pr.
Henry Sweyn, Fr. Min.
William Mathenie.
Thomas de Hortone, John de Longeneye, Walter Adenhame, Glouc. abb. (l. d.).

DEACONS.

John Aylward de Brugge. [1]
William, s. of Peres de Leynthale.
William de Newente.
John ate Broke.
Reginald Mile de Newente.
Richard le Whyte.
Roger, s. of John ate Coumbe.
John de Malmeshulle.
Richard ate Hulle de Bosebury.
Cadugan, s. of Griffin de Meyntone.
Philip de Roryntone.

[1] All by ti. pa.

146 Registrum Thome de Charlton.

John Pacy de Rudwardyn. [1]
Nicholas Malemorte.
Walter de Hulhamptone.
Thomas, s. of Roger, s. of John de Eytone.
Richard Corn de Wenloke.
Renard, s. of William de Pycheforde de Corstone.
David ap Yerawarde.
John Juttes de Maddele.
Richard de Hope.
Henry de Rudmerleye.
Henry Jones de Stauntone.
William de Tenisate.
Reginald, s. of William Clerk de Wottone.
John Dygan de Clone.
William de Henine, ti. pension l s.
William de Bromptone.

[1] All by ti. pa.

William de Attynghame, Lich. dioc. (l. d.), hosp. S. John, Shrewsbury.
Lawrence, s. of William Audre de Wenriche, Worc. dioc. (l. d.), Godstow nunnery.
William Aluard de Wydecombe, Ebor. dioc. (l. d.) Llanthony by Glouc.
Robert de Marcle, Heref. Cath.
Henry de Burgo, rect. of Broadeway, Worc. dioc.
John le Mercambe, Worc. dioc. (l. d.), Ouston abb.
John, s. of John le Hawes de Teyntone, Linc. dioc. (l. d.), Bruera abb.
Richard de la Felde, rect. of Witley, Worc. dioc. (l. d.).
Robert Gyffard, l marc. pension by parish of Longhope.
William de Cemeney, l marc. pension by parish of Castle Richard.
Adam de Kent, ti. Adam Murymouth.
Robert ate Barre de Cherletone, Worc. dioc. (l. d.), Thelesford pr.
Roger, s. of Walter le Frensshe de Otyntone, Worc. dioc (l. d.), hosp. S. Wulstan, Worc.
William Hodynet, Lich. dioc. (l. d.), Plympton pr.
Richard Dyringe de Elmesleye, Worc. dioc. (l. d.) Coldnorton pr.
Robert de Wynnesmore, Worc. dioc. (l. d.), Pershore abb.
John de Camera de Baldyndone, Linc. dioc. (l. d.), Dorchester abb.
Thomas de Normantone super Sore, Ebor. dioc. (l. d.), Garendon abb.
John, s. of Robert de Bereforde, Linc. dioc. (l. d.), S. James' abb, Northampton.
Roger Broun, John de Herefortone, William de Dorseleye, Winchecombe abb.
Adam de Aka, Fr. Min.
Jacob Delvys, Fr. Pr.
Simon de Wyntone, Worc. pr,
John de Marcle, William de Puttele, Robert de Marsfelde, John de Newebury, Teukesbury abb.

Episcopi Herefordensis. 147

John de Westone, Wenlock pr.
John Oweyn.

PRIESTS.

Thomas le Smyth de Webbele. [1]
Roger, s. of Thomas Dun de Westbury.
Robert Morys
Henry le Yonge de Canon Pion.
Gregory de Waterdene.
Roger Fremon de Strattone.
William Baghan de Brokhampton.
William de Monytone super Weye.
John de Rothale.
Nicholas de Credenhulle.
John, s. of Philip de Eweldone.
Maurice ate Birches.
Philip de Davychestone.
Gregory de Birches.
Richard Fraunceys.
Stephen, s. of Geoffrey Felawe.
Roger le Vynour.
William de Rouleye.
John de Actone.
Roger ate Ree.
William de Toneworth.
John Forester de Ledebury.
Stephen Daykyn.

[1] All by ti. pa.

Richard de Toteforde, Worc. dioc. (l. d.), ti. pa.
John s. of Robert de Shirebourne Mill, Worc. dioc. (l. d.).
William de Abbedeleye, Llanthony pr. by Glouc.
Gilbert de Holte, Lich. dioc. (l. d.), Bordesley abb.
William, s. of Henry de Stonylowe, l s. parish of Wigmore.
John de Tuggeford, Dudley pr.
Robert de Raghtone Karl. dioc. (l. d.), Llanthony pr. by Glouc.
Thomas Catelote de Ros, Wormesley pr.
Roger, s. of William de Coryngham, Linc. dioc. (l. d.), Louth Park abb.
William de Renthame de Uptone, Worc. dioc. (l. d.), ti. pa.
John de la Felde de Kydermenstre, Worc. dioc., S. Frideswide pr., Oxon.
Henry Sturdy de Sudley, Worc. dioc. (l. d.), ti. pa.
John de Knyghtestone, chantry of S. Mary.
Henry, s. of Henry de Meresfelde (l. d.).
Roger de Popehulle, Worc. dioc. (l. d.), Bordesley abb.
Thomas, s. of John de la Wyche, Worc. dioc. (l. d.), ti. pa.
John Croke Beneyt, rect. of All Saints, Glouc., Worc. dioc. (l. d.).
John de Longeneye, John de Gloucestria, John de Aldryntone, Thomas de Graftone, Winchcombe abb.
Robert de Somertone, Nicholas de Brittone, John de Eldresfelde, Philip Walwayn, John Masyntone, Glouc. abb.
Nicholas de Brugge, Adam de Teukesbury, Hayles abb.
Richard de Cropthorne, Bordesley abb.

148 Registrum Thome de Charlton.

Thomas de la Lee, Worc. pr.
Nicholas de Longeforde, Wormesley pr.
Richard Greenhulle, S. David's dioc. (l. d.).
William Botyler.
Thomas de Temdebury, Fr. Min., Ludlow.
William de Kelmersshe, John Hoke, Thomas Prath, William Hildesle, John Boxe, John de Erdesle, Fr. Pr.

ORDINATION IN LUDLOW, DEC. 17, 1334.

ACOLYTES.

John de Hopton Super.
William le Waterledere de Lodelowe.
John Cannoke.
John Eggesworthe.
John Knotte de Tadlestrop.
Gervase Puttes.
William Bodies de Stokebles.
Roger Body de Stokebles.
Roger de Tassleye.
William, s, of Philip de Castro Episcopi.
John Mayel de Temedebury.
John de Cootes.
William de Westone.
Adam de Orletone.
William Gernun.
Simon de Cornedale de Temedebury.
Roger de Schobbedone.
Stephen de Kynardesleye.
Richard de Parva Herefordia.
Richard de Wynesbury.
John le Freen.
Thomas de Pedwardyn.
Nicholas de Hopton Prior.
Thomas Corn.
Ralph de Norton.
Roger de Baschirche.
Thomas Halgtone de Strettone.
John Broun.
Roger de Doune.
Thomas le Painter de Walleforde.
William de Longedone.
William de Assheforde Manneysyn.
Richard de Tuggeforde.
Philip de Neutone.
John, s. of Adam Smith de Lodelowe.
Richard de Mittledone.
David ap Eynon.
Richard de le Hulle by Corleye.
William le Churchmon.
Walter le Hunte de Munkelowe.
Richard, s. of Alexander de Llantony.
William de Corstone.
David de Meynstone.
David ap Griffyt.
William Blundeyn.
Mathew de Stocktone.
John Botiler de Radmyntone.
William Carnouhe de Leyntwardyn.
Walter de Badecoke de Stowe (l. d.).

Episcopi Herefordensis. 149

Henry de Ashford Carbonel.
Walter Badecoke de Stowe (l. d.).
Thomas de Lodeford.
John Badecoke de Stowe (l. d.).
Adam de Maddeleye Capsi.
John Welnard (l. d.).
John de Eckeleye.
John Hervi de Whitinge, Worc. dioc.
John de Whytyntone.
Nicholas de Abbeleynche.
Nicholas Clone.
William Druyt.
Philip Poursshe de Bromptone.
Roger de Stanford.
Henry de Maddeleye.
William de Suttone.
Roger de Whedone, Fr. Min.
William Miller.
Henry le Carpenter de Brugge (l. d.).
William Cosyntone.
Thomas Parpoynt.
Richard de Crikelade (l. d.).
John de Tuggeford.
William le Mareschal de Lodelowe.
Richard de Broctone.
John le Walkere de Guytinge (l. d.).
Roger Braas.
Walter Netherwode de Thornburi.
John de Civitone.
Robert le Botiler de Herefordia.
John de Merewalle.
Walter de Esthame.
Roger de Whitingslowe.
Richard de Longeleye.
Philip de Culmyntone.
Saundr de Lantone.
Thomas Knybbe de Lodelowe.
Nicholas de la Pole de Stauntone Lacy.
Stephen de Boudlers.
William le Cordwaner.
David ap Madoke de Waterdene.
William Palyngham de Scheldertone.
William de Dodytone.

SUBDEACONS.

Thomas Thethegy. [1]
Roger le Corvisere de Broyntone.
Walter de Henore.
John Aylmeer.
William de Kyvenounche.
William Marcere de Penebrugge.
Robert le Clerke de Beaulu.
Roger de la Moree.
Edmund, s. of William de Malmeshulle.
Henry de Lardene.
John de Houtone.
Richard de Brochamptone.
Walter de Middeltone.
William, s. of William Gernon de Malmeshulle.
Roger de Leye.
John de Orchard de Munkelone.
Thomas in ye Hale de Stauntone Lacy.
John de Boloyne.

[1] All by ti. pa.

Philip de Tongee, Lich. dioc. (l. d.), ti. pa.
John Barun, Worc. dioc. (l. d.), Osney abb.
William de Polhulle, Lich. dioc. (l. d.), hosp. S. John, Shrewsbury.
John, s. of Thomas Hogemey de Halilwelle, Linc. dioc. (l. d.), hosp. S. John, Burford.

150 Registrum Thome de Charlton.

Philip Danyel, Flaxley abb.
Peter Yvelyn, Evreux dioc. (l. d.), Conches abb.
William de Saunforde, Lich. dioc. (l. d.), S. John de Shrewsbury.
William Helynge de Filkynge, Nicholas atte Walle Fulltyng, Adam atte Walle de Bradewelle, Linc. dioc. (l. d.), hosp. S. John, Lechelade.
Robert Steree de Lechelade, Worc. dioc. (l. d.), hosp. S. John, Lechelade.
henry, s. of Henry de Gastone, Linc. dioc. (l. d.), hosp. S. John Jerus.
William Beneyt de Malmesbury, Salis. dioc. (l. d.), Kington nunnery.
John, s. of John le Budel, chantry V.M., Dilwyn.
Richard de Billebury, hosp. S. John, Blithelowe.
William, s. of John de Mortone, Lich. dioc., (l. d.), Roucester abb.
John Euchee de Throkemertone, Worc. dioc. (l. d.), Bordesley abb.
William Coppynge de Ameneye, Worc. dioc. (l. d.), hosp. S. John, Lechelade.
John Fraunceys de Edindone, Worc. dioc. (l. d.), Bordesley abb.
Henry de Longefortone Fabri, John le Mercer de Persshore, John Houdies de Persshore, Worc. pr. (l. d.), ti. pa.
John Russel de Bradwelle, William Barel de Charringworthe, Worc. dioc. (l. d.), Bruera abb.
John Longforde de Quenyntone, John Ivynge de Bradewelle, Worc. dioc. (l. d.), Godstow nunnery.
William de Persshore, rect. of Beckebroke, Linc. dioc. (l. d.).
Richard de Bokelond, Worc. dioc. (l. d.), Bruera abb.
Richard Hankyne Seggesbarewe, Worc. dioc. (l. d.), Daventree abb.
William de Grettone, Worc. dioc. (l. d.), Hayles abb.
Thomas Benet de Banneburi, Linc. dioc. (l. d.), Wroxton abb.
Walter de Bokeland, Richard de Graftone, Worc. dioc. (l. d.), Bordesley abb.
Henry Hurte de Suttone by Brayles, Worc. dioc. (l. d.), Bruera abb.
Geoffrey Makerel de Esthalle, Linc. dioc. (l. d.), hosp. S. John, Burford.
William de Pencriche, Walter de Rotherwas, Richard le Smithe, dean and chapter, Hereford.
John Rogers de Feltone, Worc. dioc. (l. d.).
John Cirenehode de Pultone, Salis. dioc. (l. d.), Godstow nunnery.
William Malicerne de la More, Worc. dioc. (l. d.), hosp. S. John, Lechelade.
William de Hildesleye, Worc. dioc. (l. d.), Kington nunnery.
Philip Coli de Straddel. [1]
John de Eytone.
Richard de Bradefield.
John de Neutone.

[1] All by ti. pa.

Episcopi Herefordensis. 151

Roger Adames de Burleye. [1]
John Gardiner.
Edmund, s. of Roger Simondes de Munelene.
John de Stone.
William Hoketo.
Henry de Stoctone.
David de Stowe.
Richard Hosey de Maurdyn.
Gervase de Maynstone.
Walter de Gernestone.
William de Brunshope.
William de Leonee.

[1] All by ti. pa.

John de Peounce, Henry de Ductone, Richard de Stonee, Fr. Aust., Ludlow.
Walter de Bradewas, Thomas de Wyche, John de Paneswike, Great Malvern pr.
John de Hamptone, Nicholas de Wychyntone, John de Brecon, Walter de Uske, Henry de Flore, John de Bannebury, Fr. Pr.
Adam de Hopee, Alanus de Shirehoure, Fr. Carm.
John de Walcote, can. of Wigmore.
Adam de Meaus, Stephen de le Batayle, Reginald de Halghtone, William de Wyght, Wenlock pr.

DEACONS.

Roger de Clehangre, ti. pa.
Roger, s. of William Rolues de Nortune, lj s. parish of Norton Canon.
William de Oldenhale. [1]
William le Aumblere.
William de Brunshope.
Walter Dyver de Knyghtetone.
John Bonkes de Micheldene.
William de Knyghtetone.
John de Astone.
William Stokkynge.
Richard de Dudleye.
John Nicholes de Penebrugge.
Laurence Justicee.
Walter Crumpe.
William Morgan.
Adam Muneter.
Walter Forneys.
John Adames de Lectone.
John de Montegomeri.
Roger le Hunte.
John de Strattone by Sugwas.
John de Shrewardyn.
William de Neutone.
Walter Miles.
William Siward de Monketone.
William de Mortone.
Walter de Waltone.
Adam Smalmorel.
William de Scivyntone.
John de Waterdene.
Philip de Kynastone.
William Hereford de Bykenore.
William Aubrey.
William Fremon de Mucheldene.
Philip de Blakenore.
Geoffrey Fraunceys.
John Bernard de Munkelene.
William de Stoke.
Adam de Fonte.
Walter Bras de Wigmore.
Roger Stede de Penebrugge.

[1] All by ti. pa.

152 Registrum Thome de Charlton.

John de Aylinetone, S. Barth., Glouc.
John le Fauconer de Monemuta, Monmouth pr.
Ralph de Stanweye, hosp. Holy Trin., Bridgnorth.
William Brayn de Webbeleye, ti. pa. and Dore abb., viz. chantry in Grosmont.
John Caumbrey, 4 marc. from parish of Ashford.
William de Maddeleye, Buldewas abb.
Thomas de Hugesford, rect. of Hampton Lovet, Worc. dioc. (l. d.).
Simon Holet, Lich. dioc. (l. d.), hosp. Holy Trin., Bridgnorth.
Thomas de Hamptone, rect. of S. Leonard's, Hastings, Cicest. dioc. (l. d.).
John Kynyt de Stratford-on-Avon, rect. of Staunton by Stanweye, Worc. dioc. (l. d.).
Peter Colamice de Malmesburi, Salis. dioc. (l. d.), S. James' pr., Bristol.
Thomas de Cruce de Egeltone, Linc. dioc., hosp. S. John, Shrewsbury.
Robert Badecoke, Crasswelle pr.
Geoffrey Herberd de Winchcoumbe, Worc. dioc. (l. d.), Bruera abb.
Roger Bret, Lich. dioc. (l. d.), hosp. H. Trin., Bridgnorth.
Reginald atte Crouche, Salis. dioc. (l. d.), Kyngton nunnery.
Adam de Pensax, Beauchief abb.
Simon Fonkare, Lich. dioc. (l. d.), hosp. H. Trin., Bridgnorth.
Peter de Heytone, Ebor. dioc. (l. d.), hosp. S. Michael, Stamford.
Richard de Hatheleseye, Linc. dioc. (l. d.), ti. William de Hamptone.
Walter de Cleoburi, rect. of Shelsley Walsh.
Michael, Odo Trochun, Abergavenny pr., Lland. dioc. (l. d.).
William de Matheme, Walter de Whitebourne, Great Malvern pr.
John Gome, Stephen de Kerlyon, Henry Roberti, Peter de Stansshawe, Thomas Abraham, Fr. Min.
William de Farleye, William Rondulfe, David de Whyteforde, Thomas Gay, Fr. Pr.
John de Gloucester, Bruera abb.

PRIESTS.

Henry Jones. [1]
Richard le White.
Thomas, s. of Roger Jonees de Eytone.
Richard Corn de Wenlake.
William de Heuyne.
John de Combe.
Richard, s. of William de Picheforde.
David de Maynstone.
John de Malmeshulle.
William de Temeset.
William de Bromptone.
Henry de Rudmorleye.

[1] All by ti. pa.

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Roger de Counle. [1]
Cadogan de Suttone.
William Hichmones.
John Aylward.
Walter de Hullamtone.
John Dygan de Clyne.
John de Grewey. William, s. of John Peers.
Richard de Hopee.

[1] All by ti. pa.

Reginald, s. of William le Clerke de Wyttone, sacris. in Westbury and ti. pa.
William de Attinghame, Lich. dioc. (l. d.), hosp. S. John Bapt., Shrewsbury.
William Caumbrey, parish of Richard's Castle.
Nicholas de Waystone, rect. of Littelton-on-Severn, Worc. dioc. (l. d.).
William Macy, sacris. in Clungunford.
Mathew Ridel, Exon. dioc. (l. d.), ti. pa.
William de Wodemanton, rect. of Bagindene, Worc. dioc. (l. d.).
Roger de Doditone, hosp. S. John Bapt., Shrewsbury.
Robert atte Welle de Guytynge, Worc. dioc. (l. d.) ti. pa.
Ralph de Draytone, Linc. dioc. (l. d.), Bordesley abb.
Richard de Leye, rect. of Durolye, Worc. dioc. (l. d.)
Thomas de Normantone, Ebor. dioc. (l. d.), Gerewedone abb.
John de Sprottone, Linc. dioc. (l. d.), Burwell pr.
William Seriche, Worc. dioc. (l. d.), ti. pa.
John de Westone, Wenlock pr.
John de Castro, Fr. Alin., Shrewsbury.
John de Bromesgrove, Robert de Throkemertone, Evesham abb.
John de Donuton.
Mathew Tederle.
William de Exone, Bruera abb.

ORDINATION IN THE CATHEDRAL, JUNE 10, 1335.

ACOLYTES.

Nicholas le Bowyare.
Walter de Stoctone.
Stephen Hervi.
John, s. of William de Nortone.
John de Welyntone.
Hugh, fr. William de Nortone.
Walter Neet.
John de Attone.
John de Hereford.
Roger de Eyton.
Hugh de Lyngeyn.
William, s. of Nicholas le Taylor de Pennebrugge.
Thomas Crene.

154 Registrum Thome de Charlton.

Thomas le Smyth de Northleche, Worc. dioc. (l. d.).
William, s. of Adam de Nokes.
William Mercer de Temedebury.
Thomas Venore.
John Horsmon de Temedebury.
Thomas le Tromper.
Richard de Dewalle.
Henry de Willeye.
William le Mason de Garewy.
Walter de Mortone.
John de Ledecote.
Henry de Mortone.
John de Dimmoke de Hereford.
Edmund de Clone.
Thomas Sewy.
William Brayn.
John Dameron.
Walter Queentone.
Richard le Newe.
John le Cotiler.
Thomas de Maurdyn.
Hugh de Barewe.
John de la Berne.
Gilbert de Hundrintone.
John de Ree de Topesleye.
Hugh de Clone.
Walter de Bradeforde.
John Payne de Abbedeleye.
Walter de Bremesberewe.
William de Wottone.
Richard Blakster, Ebor dioc. (l. d.).
Stephen Broun de Bromyorde.
John Bernard de Leominstre.
Robert de Bredewardyn.
John Skydemor.
Richard de Tymburlake.
Hugh Haketone de Prestone.
Robert Broun de Bromyorde.
William Porter.
Henry de Froumlode.
William de Lydum.
William de Brokamtone.
Robert de Cowarne.
John de Vovl de Wileleye.
Gilbert de Wormbrugge.
Henry de Lodebroke.
Richard de Rodeleye de Westbury.
William Hentlan.
William de Snodhulle.
John de Ocle.
John, s. of Richard de Kynenorde.
Adam Ladiwalle.
Roger Darte.
John Gillouche.
Thomas Hay.
William de Skeydemor, Lland. (l. d.).
John Wisthfelde.
John de Rodeford.
William de Bourchulle.
William de Kentles.
Andrew de Wilminestone.
Griffin ap Cadogan de Waterdene.
John Vauhan.
Roger Telon de Bayshame.
William le Taylour de Hereford.
John Smith de Kyngestone.
John Carles de Munnesleye.
Henry de Whiteneye.
William de Burtone.
Thomas Moyl.
Robert de Flonnelde.
Jacob Selake.
Roger Stevenes.
Nicholas Pocoke, Walter de Calne, Fr. Min.
John de Kylpeke, John de Bergeveny, Glouc. pr.
Hugh de Ayleye, Llanthony by Glouc.
Richard de Lodelowe, Wenlock pr.

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SUBDEACONS.

Richard le Bakere. [1]
Walter Smith de Couwarne.
Richard in the Hale.
David de Bokenhulle.
Walter Hubbon de Strettone.
Robert Ives.
Walter Edryche.
Roger de Clare.
Cecil de Treysake.
Walter Henore.
Richard de Maldfelde.
Walter de Lude.
Walter Byllyng de Ruwardyn.
William Lambard, rect. of Rodeforde.
John Marchaund.
John Albon de Wolnithehope.
Simon de Cornedale.
Alexander, s. of William Hugh de Lantony.
William, s. of Philip de Castro.
William de Castro Episcopi.
William Gosselyn.
Adam de Lolham.
John de Blythelow by Richard's Castle.
William Mewode de Neuwenham.
David ap Teuan.
Roger de Actone.
John de Bradeston.
William le Heorl de Ekkeleye.
Thomas Batte.
Stephen de Kynardesleye.
Thomas atte Lynde.
John Harald.
John Bras de Leone.
Thomas de Quertone.
John de la Barre.
John de Frome.
Bernard Bom de Leoministre.
Roger Bras de Schyrliche.
John Domer de Radnore Nova.
Geoffrey Peny.
John Brasur de Blakemere.
Roger de la Lake.
John Dais le Scriveyn.

[1] All by ti. pa.

William Solers, Roger de Beodone, Benedict de Roos, William de Henefelde, John Eleys, John de Longdone, Fr. Min.
Gerard de Spernovere, Ralph de Cleve, Hugh Pride, Evesham abb.
Nicholas de Fillode, Wenlock pr.
Michael de Bikalne, Monmouth pr.
William, s. of William de Leyntwardyn, pap. prov. by Wigmore abb.
William le Croke, ti. Adam Murimouthe.
John le Tonge de Mortone Brut, Worc. dioc. (l. d.), ti. pa.
John Osbarn, Worc. dioc. (l. d.), ti. pa.
Walter atte Walle de Salpurtone, Worc. dioc. (l. d.), ti. pa.
William le Clerk de Haseltone, Worc. dioc. (l. d.), Bruera abb.
Gilbert de Caple, hosp. S. Wulstan, Worc.
Richard de Billeburi, hosp. S. John de Blithelowe by Richard's Castle.
Richard de Ledecote, Godstow nunnery.

156 Registrum Thome de Charlton.

Richard Nowel, Cov. and Lich. dioc. (l. d.), Lapley pr.
Robert de Frome, rect. of Kyre Wyard.
Adam Brend, Cov. and Lich. dioc. (l. d.), hosp. H. Trin., Bridgnorth.
Richard, s. of William Skut, Cov. and Lich. dioc. (l. d.), Routon pr.
John Holteley de Gloucestria, Worc. dioc. (l. d.), hosp. S. Barth., Worc.
John Bette, Cov. and Lich. dioc. (l. d.), hosp. S. John, Shrewsbury.
Ralph atte Putte, dean and chapter, Heref.
Henry le Webbe Northleche, Worc. dioc. (l. d.), ti. pa.
Robert Passe de Colde Astone, Worc. dioc. (l. d.), ti. pa.

DEACONS.

Peter, rect. of Rock.
Ralph Mortimer, rect. of New Radnor.
William de Penriche, Cathedral, Heref.
Philip de Tonge, ti. pa. and sacris. in Wellington.
John atte Walle, Worc. dioc. (l. d.), chantry of Rypel.
John Hogges, Worc. dioc. (l. d.), Lechelade pr.
William Driw, Worc. dioc. (l. d.).
John le Coliere, Worc. dioc. (l. d.), Bruera abb.
Nicholas Pollarde, Worc. dioc., ti. pa. (l. d).
William de Wlstanstone, S. John Bapt.
John Grenehod de Poltone, Salis. dioc. (l. d.), Godstow nunnery.
Peter Ivelyn, Ebor. dioc. Conches abb.
Johannes de Wormebrugge, Llanthony prima.
Johannes le Bedel de Dilue, ti. parish of Dilwyn.
William de Saunforde, Cov. and Lich. dioc. (l. d.), hosp. S. John, Shrewsbury.
Thomas Benet de Banneburi, Linc. dioc. (l. d.), Schabunde pr.
John Morville, Worc. dioc. (l. d.), Combermere abb.
William de Broyntone, dean and chapter.
Roger Bluet, rect. of Credenhill.
John de Halso, Linc. dioc. (l. d.), Godstow nunnery.
Richard Gracy de Botelesforde, Linc. dioc. (l. d.).
John Boulande, Linc. dioc. (l. d.), Belvoir pr.
William Coupere, Linc. dioc. ((l. d.), Humberston abb.
Richard de Boure, William de Persschore, Walter, s. of Richard Fabri, dean and chapter, Heref.
Richard, s. of Henry atte Grene de Aldeswerche, Worc. dioc. (l. d.), ti. pa.
John Hakeet, rect. of Wheathill.

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Walter de Mitteldone. [1]
John de Forde.
Richard Hosee.
Richard Holgot.
John Eylmer.
Roger Lacy de Wenlake.
William de Borewardesle.
Henry Lardene.
Thomas Thetegy.
William Mareer.
Henry de Estenore.
William de Breneshop.
John de Neeutone.
John de Heytone.
William Kyvernouche.
Richard le Haukare.
Roger More.
John de Lely.
Thomas in the Hale.
William de Poole.
Philip Coly.
William, s. of William le Kynge de Stoke.
David de Stewe.
John de Boloyne.
John le Hunte.
John de Orcharde Momele.
Edmund, s. of Roger Simon de Munkelone.
William Gernoun de Malmeshulle.
Walter de Gernestone.
John de la Lowe de Fowehope.
Gervase de Meynston.
Roger de Burleye.
Roger de Leye.
John le Clerke de Beaulu.
William de Leone.
John de Houtone.

[1] All by ti. pa.

Thomas de Risbury, Brecon pr. (l. d.).
Walter Bradewas, Thomas Braas, John de Payneswyke, Great Malvern pr.
John de Peonne, Henry de Dittone, Fr. Aust., Ludlow.
Walter Lyngee, Thomas Codeleye, Thomas Brocworthe, Llanthony pr. by Glouc.
Reginald de Halghtone William de Wyche, Wenlock pr.
Thomas de Hortone, John de Longeneye, Walter Hadenhame, Glouc. pr.

PRIESTS.

William Marechal de Tyndene, Linc. dioc. (l. d.).
Nicholas de Folbrugge, vic. in Heref. Cath.
Walter de Ulnehale, Worc. dioc. (l. d.), Osney abb.
John Parson de Herdewyke, Worc. dioc. (l. d.), ti. pa.
Thomas Lely, Worc. dioc. (l. d.), Bordesley abb.
Geoffrey Herebard de Wynchecoumbe, Worc. dioc. (l. d.), Bruera abb.
Roger, s. of William Rolues de Mortone, parish of Norton.
John Fauconer, Monmouth pr.
Adam Seriche, Worc. dioc. (l. d.), chantry in H. Trin., Glouc.
Roger Stede, pap. prov. and ti. pa.

158 Registrum Thome de Charlton.

Richard de Bradefelde, vic. of Bodenham.
William, s. of Walter le Aumblere de Leyntwardin, chantry in Leintwardine.
John Caumbrey de Asforde, iiij marc. from parish.
Philip Daniel, Flexley abb.
Ralph de Staneweye, hosp. S. John, Bridgnorth.
John de Aylmetone, hosp. S. Barth., Glouc.
Walter de Waltone, rect. of Byllngesley.
Robert Badecoke, Crasswell pr.
William Brayn de Webbeleye, Dore abb., chantry in Grosmont.
Roger de Mokhale, S. John, Lechelade pr.
William de Maddeleye, Buildewas abb.
Roger de Hurtesleye, rect. of Shelsley.
Gregory ap Griffithe, rect. of Pentlan, Lland. dioc. (l. d.).
Edward le Goldsmythe, Worc. dioc. (l. d.), chantry in Holy Trin., Glouc.
Nicholas Geffrey de Caldecote, Lland. dioc., l s. pension.
John le Boys, rect. of Knightwick.
Henry ap Griffith, Lland. dioc. (l. d.), ti. pa.
William Hodinet, Cov. et Lich. dioc. (l. d.), Plimpton pr.
Walter Rotherwas, vicar of Withington.
John Baron de Poltone, Salis. dioc., (l. d.), hosp. St. John Jerus.
Roger de Clehungre. [1]
William Morgan de Kyngescaple.
Adam le Munter.
Walter le Deyer de Knightetone.
John de Screwardyn.
John de Strettone.
Richard de Dudeleye.
Adam de Fonte.
Walter Braas de Wyggemore.
William Sywarde de Monkelone.
Laurence Justisee.
Roger le Hunte.
William de Steventone.
Walter Crumpe.
William de Breneshope.
John Bernard de Monkelone.
Adam Smalmorel.
Walter Miles.
Walter de Chyrbury.
Geoffrey Fraunceys.
William de Hereford de Bykenore.
Philip de Blaekmore.
William de Neeutone.
William de Mortone.
Philip de Kymadestone.
John Bonkes de Micheldene.
William de Knyhtetone.

[1] All by ti. pa.

Richard de Clive, Fr. Min.

Episcopi Herefordensis. 159

ORDINATION IN THE CATHEDRAL, SEPT. 23, 1335.

ACOLYTES.

John de Arderne.
John, s. of Stephen de la Home.
John le Fremon.
Henry de Hulle.
Richard de Birchenere.
Thomas Broun.
John Kempe.
John Poywyke, Worc. dioc.
Walter de Lustone.
Richard de Middelton.
William de Brocbury.
Nicholas Marcleye.
Richard Gommonde.
John de Feltone.
Richard Arnalde.
William Folevile.
John le Whyte.
Richard de Hurtesleye.
William, s. of Walter le Tayllour de Pen.
John Amyas.
Gilbert de Blakemere.
Nicholas de Stoke, Worc. dioc.
Richard de Hereford.
John Keynesham, Worc. dioc.
Nicholas de Fonte.
Walter Osebarn.
William Skarlet.
Hugh Topsfelde, Fr. Pr.
Thomas de Westone, William Angaster, Richard Wrothe, Fr. Min.

SUBDEACONS.

Walter de Rede Menede, pap. prov. by Wigmore abb.
John, s. of David Cissore de Bergeveny, Lland. dioc. (l. d.), ti., William le Wolf, Warnegozon.
Hugh Orcope de Lyngeyn, pap. prov. by dean and chapter, Heref.
Adam Auger, Salis. dioc. (l. d.).
John Voyle de Wylleleye, pap. prov. by Lingbrook pr.
Stephen Hervy, pap. prov. by hosp. S. John Jerus.
William, s. of William le Rynge de Wenlake, pap. prov. by Acornbury nunnery.
John, s. of William Kempe, pap. prov. by Monmouth pr.
John le White de Pencoumbe, pap. prov. by Merivale abb.
John Rolues de Alne, Worc. dioc. (l. d.), Studley pr.
Robert le Walsshe, Worc. dioc. (l. d.), Messenden abb.
William de Burtone, pap. prov. by Pershore abb.
Hugh Pynchon, pap. prov. by Lyre abb.
Thomas de Roddesdone, Linc. dioc. (l. d.), Bradwell pr.
John Basset, Cov. and Lich. dioc. (l. d.), ti. pa.
Richard, s. of Peter Tollilolli, Cov. and Lich. dioc. (l. d.), Lilleshall abb.

160 Registrum Thome de Charlton.

Philip Pylche, Cov. and Lich. dioc. (l. d.), ti. John de Cherletone.
Hugh de Barewe, ti. Barth. Tyrel, rect. of Radnor.
Walter Neet, pens. iiij marc.
William Brayn, chantry in Grosmont.
Stephen, s. of Stephen de Calewe, hosp. S. John Jerus.
Thomas Credenhulle. [1]
Richard de Broctone.
John Rooke de Ocle.
Henry de Fromlode.
Howel ap Meredith.
William Hopkines.
John de Cloteleye.
John de Dene de Roos.
Stephen le Bouelr.
Adam de Bullynghope de Newland.
William Garlonde.
David, s. of Walter de Clone.

[1] All by ti. pa.

Hugh de Whytenhame, John Nony, Geoffrey de Lambourne, Eynesham abb. (l. d.).
Robert le Longe, Fr. Min.
John Palmere, Walter Herteleye, John le Straunge, John Bergeveny, Glouc. abb. (l. d.).

DEACONS.

Walter Edryche de Mora Alani. [1]
John Braas de Leone.
Robert, s. of Robert Ives de Clehungre.
William, s. of Philip de Castro Episcopi.
Richard, s. of Nicholas le Bakere.
David ap Teuan.
Adam le Lulham.
Walter Lude.
John Marchaunt.
Alexander, s. of Huwes de Llantony.
William le Heorl de Kingestone.
Geoffrey Peny.
Roger de Actone.
John de le Barre.
Thomas de Lynde.
Richard in the Hale.
Bernardus Bom.
Roger Doune de Clone.
Simon de Corndale.
Richard de Maltfelde.
John Albon.
Henry de Stoktone.
Thomas de Quertone.
Walter Henore.
Adam de Lulhame.
Stephen de Kynardesleye.
John Domer.
John de Ekkeleye.
Walter Byllynge.
Cecil de Treysac.
John Aunger.
Edmund, s. of William de Malmeshulle.
John de Frome.
Gilbert de Huwecaple.

[1] All by ti. pa.

Episcopi Herefordensis. 161

Richard atte Welle de Cercedene, Linc. dioc. (l. d.), Osney abb.
William Coke de Etone, ti. Adam Murimouth.
Adam Trewelone, rect. of Monnington.
William Lombard, rect. of Rudford.
William, s. of William de Leyntwardwyn, pap. prov. by Wigmore abb.
John Coke de Bentleye, Worc. dioc. (l. d.), Bordesley abb.
John le Whyte de Teukesbury, Worc. dioc. (l. d.), Godstow nunnery.
John, s. of Adam de Rokeville, Lland. dioc. (l. d.), ti. pa.
William Mewode, ti. parish of Newenham.
John Russel de Bradewelle, Worc. dioc. (l. d.), Bruera abb.
Reginald Capelore, rect. of Talbont, S. David's dioc. (l. d.).
Richard Tathewelle, Linc. dioc. (l. d.), S. Michael, Staunford.
John de Holtleye, Worc. dioc. (l. d.), hosp. S. Barth., Glouc.
John Ston de Temede, pap. prov. by Wenlock pr.
John le Tonge, Worc. dioc. (l. d.), ti. pa.
Richard Nowel, Cov. and Lich. dioc. (l. d.), Lapley pr.
Adam Brood, Cov. and Lich. dioc., hosp. H. Trin., Bridgnorth.
John, s. of Adam Walter de Bryhtlamtone, Ralph Phelippes de Sobbury, Robert Pontare de Dofforde, John Kenile, Worc. dioc. (l. d.), ti. pa.
Robert de Wormesleye, Worc. dioc. (l. d.), Worc. pr.
John Golafre, Robert Petyt de Wynchecoumbe, Worc. dioc., (l. d.), ti. pa.
William, s. of Henry de S. Michael, William de Bergeveny, Lland. dioc. (l. d.), ti. pa.
Michael Bicleu, Monmouth pr.
Edmund de Holgot, Fr. Aust., Ludlow.

PRIESTS.

Henry de Lardene. [1]
Roger More.
William Aubrey de Holgot.
John de Boloyne.
William, s. of William le Kynge de Stoke.
Walter de Mitteltone.
William de Stockynge.
William de Kynernouhe.
Richard in the Hale de Stauntone.
Richard de Holgot.
Roger de Leghe.
John de Astone.
Thomas Tethegy.
Walter de Gernestone.
William le Mercer.
Richard Hosee de Maurdyn.
John de Orchard.
Philip Coly.
Roger, s. of William le Corviser.
Edmund, s. of Simon Roger de Monklone.

[1] All by ti. pa.

162 Registrum Thome de Charlton.

William Pole. [1]
Roger, s. of John Adams de Burleye.
John le Bede de Dilewe.
Richard Haukare.
John le Hunte.
David de Stowe.
John de Neeutone.

[1] All by ti. pa.

Thomas de Schevesby, Linc. dioc. (l. d.), S. Frideswyde, Oxon.
William de Penrethe, Karl. dioc. (l. d.), dean and chapter, Heref.
Philip de Tonge, Cov. and Lich. dioc. (l. d.), ti. pa. sacris. in Wellington.
Thomas Bonet de Bannebury, Linc. dioc. (l. d.), Chaucombe pr.
John May de Erlinghame, Worc. dioc. (l. d.), ti. pa.
William de Swelle, Worc. dioc. (l. d.), Bordesley abb.
John Herdemon de Benyngworthe, Worc. dioc. (l. d.), Godstow nunnery.
William Don, Lland. dioc. (l. d.), ti. pa.
John, s of Thomas le Clovere, Lich. dioc. (l. d.), hosp. S. John, Bridgnorth.
John Horsnayl de Aldryntone, Worc. dioc. (l. d.), ti. pa.
William de Oldenhale, pap. prov. by Wenlock pr.
Thomas Neumon le Hamptone, John le Clerke de Northleche, Walter Goldmere, Worc. dioc. (l. d.), ti. pa.
Peter de Hope, rect. of Rock.
Robert atte Barre, Worc. dioc. (l. d.), hosp. of Thelesford.
Richard de la Boure, vicar choral, Heref.
John de Suttone, Worc. dioc., hosp. S. Barth., Glouc.
Michael le Gardiner de Gloucestria, Worc. dioc. (l. d.), S. Mary Magd., Dodereston.
William Gernoun de Malmeshulle, ti. pens.
John Coliare de Twyninge, Worc. dioc. (l. d.), Bruera abb.
John Hogges de Rippel, Worc. dioc. (l. d.), Lechelade pr.
William Dryw, Nicholas Pollard, Thomas Elynaunnt de Iccombe, Worc. dioc. (l. d.), ti. pa.
John le Drenchare de Penebrugge, pap. prov. by bishop of Bangor.
Roger le Corviser, dean and chapter, Heref.
William de Farleye, Fr. Pr.
John de Penne, Fr. Aust.
Walter de Oska, Fr. Pr.
William de Whyte, Wenlock pr.
John de Payneswyke, Great Malvern pr.
Thomas Hertone, John Longeneye, Walter Hadenhame, Glouc. abb.

Episcopi Herefordensis. 163

ORDINATION IN LEDBURY, MAY 25, 1336.

ACOLYTES.

John Byzenden Hee. [1]
Richard de Nortone.
William Privan.
Walter le Palmere.
Richard Caynham.
William Potteleye.
Gilbert de Stoketone.
Richard de Oniburi.
Simon Bullok.
Walter Broy.
Henry le Michele.
Philip ap David.
Richard Newemon.
John le Bray.
John de Bronshope.
Gilbert Biweye.
John Palfreymon.
Philip de Tresake.
Thomas, s. of David de Lingeyn.
Roger de Broktone.
William Baytone de Lintone.
Peter Willies de Bosburi.
William More.
John le Newe.
John Lythe de Bremmesberewe.
Robert de Bokinhulle.
William de Stokeblees.
Hugh de Underlithe.
Nicholas do Baartone.

[1] All by ti. pa.

Robert de Brockburi, rect. of Stretton Baskerville, Worc. dioc. (l. d.).
William Spencer, rect. of Thorney, Norwic. dioc. (l. d.).
Nicholas de la Hay, Cov. and Lich. dioc. (l. d.).
Nicholas de Walcote, Worc. dioc. (l. d.).
Walter Staward, Worc. dioc.
John le Tyllour de Pola, Assav. dioc. (l. d.).
Thomas de Upcote, John de Wydecoumbe, Worc. dioc. (l. d.).
John de Branesforde, Alcester abb. (l. d.).
William Fount.
Stephen Clerk.
Walter de Poiwike, Laurence de Gloucestria, Great Malvern pr.
John Praat, Fr. Min.
John de Bernewode, Thomas le Walsshe, Fr. Pr.

SUBDEACONS.

Gilbert de Homme Lacy. [1]
Thomas de Stoke.
John de Ardarne.
Philip Broun.
John de Tiburtone.
Roger Cannoke.
John, s. of Geoffrey le Trumper.
William Pallinghame.
John de Ivyntone.
Philip de Willeye.
John Pant.
Griffin de Stowe.

[1] All by ti. pa.

164 Registrum Thome de Charlton.

Edmund Boulour. [1]
William, s. of Simon de Malmeshulle.
Philip Kilfodus.
William de Walle.
William de Bradestone.
Adam le Coliere.
William Constable.
Richard Moggenhale.
Robert Marssche de Much Cowerne.
John Reigneer.
Richard Habbegod.
Hugh de Pirie.
Walter the Erl de Kyngestone.
William Silvestre.
Roger de Cotyntone.
William de Garewy.

[1] All by ti. pa.

John Fremon, Worc. dioc., ti. pa.
David Vachhame, John Williames Marcheltwy, S. David's dioc. (l. d.), ti. pa.
Hugh de Westone, pap. prov. by Lilleshall abb.
Walter Wawenol de Thornburi, pap. prov. by Monmouth pr.
Richard Griffyn de Westburi, Cumbermere pr.
Richard Gommond de Biforde, pap. prov. by Brecon pr.
Roger de Clive, Craswall pr.
Nicholas Marteleye de Lodelowe, pap. prov. by Cormeilles abb.
Henry de Wynchecoumb, Worc. dioc. (l. d.), hosp. S. Oswald, Worc.
Thomas Haukyn, Carliol. dioc. (l. d.), Andewell pr.
Richard Alevn de Wemme, Cov. and Lich. dioc. (l. d.), hosp. S. Giles, Shrewsbury.
John Coke de Chiltenhame, Worc. dioc. (l. d.), hosp. Trebigh.
John Okhame de Londoniis, pap. prov. by S. Mary, Winton.
Walter Beydone de Hamptone Maysy, hosp. S. John, Lechelade (l. d.).
Richard de Accone, Cov. and Lich. dioc. (l. d.), hosp. S. John Bapt., Shrewsbury.
William de Lodingtone, Worc. dioc. (l. d.), Bordesley abb.
Thomas de Croulesinere, Cov. and Lich. dioc. (l. d.), hosp. S. Giles, Shrewsbury.
Robert Tentefur de Gloucestria, Worc. dioc. (l. d.), Evesham abb.
Walter de Walkare de Whytehurste, Worc. dioc. (l. d.), Farley pr.
Adam de Rouceby, Linc. dioc. (l. d.), the bishop.
Roger de Prestone, Lich. dioc. (l. d.), Wombridge pr.
William Lugwardyn de Alicestre, Worc. dioc. (l. d.), Bordesley abb.
Richard de Middeltone, pap. prov. by Wenlock pr.
Richard de Boddeleye, Great Malvern pr.
John de Crikkelade, John de Monyasshe, William de Cloptone, Robert de Astone, Glouc. abb. (l. d.).
Richard de Pebbeworth (l. d.), Alcester pr.

Episcopi Herefordensis. 165

DEACONS.

John de Roke. [1]
David ap Walter de Clone.
Walter Edrych de Mora Alani.
Roger Lake.
William Gernoun.
Stephen le Boudlers.
Thomas de Credehulle.
David de Bokenhulle.
Walter de Sloghe.
John de Roke.
Walter le Smithe de Cowarne.
Richard de Broktone.
John Skriveyn de Hereford.
John le Gardiner.
Stephen Gylberdes.
John Harald.
William Hopkynes.
Howel ap Meredith.
John de Dene.
William Hoketo de Hereford.

[1] All by ti. pa.

John le Smith de Northleche, John de Brugge, John atte Brugge, Worc. dioc. (l. d.), ti. pa.
Adam Auger, Salis. dioc. (l. d.), ti. pa.
John de Wrenforde, Walter atte Welle de Salpurtone, Worc. dioc. (l. d.), ti. pa.
John le Whyte de Pencoumbe, Mereval abb.
Philip Pilche, Lich. dioc. (l. d.), ti. John de Cherletone.
Richard Tolliloly, Lich. dioc. (l. d.), Lilleshall abb.
Henry de Willareseye, Worc. dioc. (l. d.), Bordesley abb.
Walter de la Redemund, pap. prov. by Worc. abb.
Richard de Ledecote, Godestow nunnery.
Robert Gunney, Worc. dioc. (l. d.), ti. pa.
Hugh Orcop de Lyngeyn, pap. prov. by dean and chapter, Heref.
John Voyl de Willeleye, pap. prov. by Linbrook pr.
William de Alkmontone de Wemme, Cov. and Lich. dioc., hosp. S. John, Shrewsbury.
John Watte de Nywentone, Worc. dioc. (l. d.), hosp. S. Wulstan, Worc.
Roger de Accone, Cov. and Lich. dioc. (l. d.), hosp. S. John Bapt., Shrewsbury.
Thomas Batte, chantry of V.M., Chisham.
William Brayn, Dore abb.
John de Bettone, Lich. dioc. (l. d.), hosp. S. John, Shrewsbury.
Richard, s. of William Skut de Horsebroke, Cov. and Lich. dioc. (l. d.), Routon pr.
Thomas de Ercalewe, s. of Thomas de Waltone, Cov. and Lich. dioc. (l. d.), hosp. S. John Bapt., Shrewsbury.
Roger de Munede, pap. prov. by Glouc. abb.
William, s. of William le Ringere de Wenlake, pap. prov. by Acornbury pr.

166 Registrum Thome de Charlton.

William de Burtone, pap. prov. by Pershore abb.
Hugh Pinchun de Westhide, pap. prov. by Lyre abb.
Robert le Walsshe de Mortone, Worc. dioc. (l. d.), by Messendene abb.
Thomas atte Asshe de Lattone, Salis. dioc. (l. d.), Osney abb.
Walter de Mortone, Wenlock pr.
John le Palmere, Walter de Heorteleye, John Straunge, Glouc. abb. (l. d.).
John de Longdone, Robert Tonge, William Melcombe, John Madoke, Walter Calewe, Fr. Min.
John de Bergeveni, Heref. pr.
Stephen Bataile, Adam de Lewes, Nicholas Filode, Wenlock pr.
Benedict de Ros, Fr. Min.

PRIESTS.

Bernard Burn de Leoministre. [1]
Edmund de Malmeshulle, s. of William Gamage.
Thomas de Overtone.
Robert le Clerke de Beaulu.
Robert Ive.
John, s of Thomas Braas de Leone.
John Leli de Shelewyke.
William Gosselyn.
Adam de Lulhame.
John de Monte Gomeri.
William de Leone.
John de Frome.
William Brunshope.
John de Forde.
Alexander, s. of William, s. of Hugh de Lantony.
William de Brewardesle.
Geoffrey Peny.
Stephen de Kynardesleye.
John Eylmer.
John de Eytone.
Walter de Henore.
Henry de Estenore
John le Brasur de Blakemare.
William, s. of Philip de Castro Episcopi.
Richard in le Hale.
Cecil de Treisac.
Richard le Bakere de Hereford.
Henry de Frommelode.
David ap Teuan.
Simon de Cornedale.
William le Erle de Kyngestone.
John Domer de Radenore

[1] All by ti. pa.

William Lambard, rect. of Rodeford (l. d.).
John le Botiler, Worc. dioc. (l. d.), ti. pa.
John Basset, Cov. and Lich. dioc. (l. d.), ti. pa.
John de Waterdene, ti. pa. and parish of Waterdene.
John Golafre, Robert Passe de Coldastone, John Mercoumbe de Musarder, Worc. dioc. (l. d.), Ouston abb.
John ap Lewelyn, Lland. dioc. (l. d.), ti. William ap Henry.
Gilbert le Bonde de Huwe Caple, hosp. S. Wulstan, Worc.
William Totelone, Worc. dioc. (l. d.), Pershore abb.

Episcopi Herefordensis. 167

William de Astone, Worc. dioc. (l. d.), hosp. S. Oswald, Glouc.
Ralph de Mortuomari, rect. of New Radenor.
John de Kinstetone, pap. prov. by hosp. S. John Jerus.
Walter le Neet, ti. John de Llantony.
John Ston de Temedleburi, pap. prov. by Wenlock pr.
William, s. of William Kempe de Lodelowe, pap. prov. by Monmouth Pr.
William, s, of William de Leyntwardyn, pap. prov. by Wigmore abb.
John Atenelme de Wodestanwey, Worc. dioc. (l. d.), pap. prov. by Bordesley abb.
William de Saunford, Cov. and Lich dioc. (l. d.), hosp. S. John Bapt., Shrewsbury.
John Coke de Bentleye, Worc. dioc. (l. d.), Bordesley abb.
Richard Atewelle de Circedene, Linc. dioc. (l. d.), Osney abb.
John, s. of John Adam de Lettone, pap. prov. by dean of Tytenhale.
Richard Nowel, Cov. and Lich. dioc. (l. d.), Lappeley pr.
John de Holtleye, Worc. dioc. (l. d.), hosp. S. Barth., Glouc.
John de Hales, Linc. dioc. (l. d.), Godestow nunnery.
William de Wolstantone, hosp. S. John Bapt., Shrewsbury.
Adam Brond, Lich. dioc. (l. d.), hosp. H. Trin., Bridgnorth.
John Grenehod de Poltone, Salis. dioc. (l. d.), Osney abb.
Walter de Bradewas, Thomas de Wyche, William de Mathenie, Great Malvern pr.
Thomas de Risburi, Brecon pr. (l. d.).
John Tybert, Monmouth pr.
John de Gosyntone, canon of Chirbury.
Richard Sompter, Henry Roberti, Stephen de Kerlion, Fr. Min.
Thomas de Wycoumbe, Edmund de Staundone, Dore abb.
Reginald de Halgtone, Wenlock pr.

ORDINATION IN BISHOPS CASTLE CHURCH, SEPT. 21, 1336.

ACOLYTES.

William de la Wyle.
John de Dountone.
Henry de la More.
John Broke.
Griffin de Waterdene.
Hugh de Wystanestowe.
Richard Kyde.
Geoffrey Kyde.
John le Cartere.
Richard le Leche.
Philip de Broctone.
Thomas de Ashforde.
John de Radinge.
John de Stepultone.

168 Registrum Thome de Charlton.

Richard de Aylmestre.
John de Kyngeshemede.
William de Lantone.
Meredith Elvel.
Roger Lidauhe.
Richard Tuneburhe.
Robert de Couleye.
Stephen de Chirbury.
John le Walkere de Bromptone.
Richard Robin de Stretton in Strettonesdale.
William de Clone, Fr. Min.
John de Asshebourne, Poole pr.
Geoffrey, s. of Simon Childe de Cotesmor, Linc. dioc. (l. d.).

SUBDEACONS.

Geoffrey Mareschal. [1]
John Adyes.
John Paunteley.
Richard de Mortone.
Roger de Dorne.
Roger de Hulle de Dylewe.
David de Waterdene.
John Gyles de Tugeforde.
Richard de Mungomeri.

[1] All by ti. pa.

Richard, s. of Henry Clerk de Onyburi, pap. prov. by Hurley pr.
John de le Home, pap. prov. by bishop of Llandaff.
Robert William de Erselone in Kayna, pap. prov. by Wigmore abb.
Walter Godmon, pap. prov. by Pershore abb.
William de Leominstria, Roger de Wythintone, dean and chapter Heref.
John Maret de Upledene, pap. prov. by Dore abb.
John le Fissher, Wormbridge pr.
William de Astone, portionist of Pontesbury.
Walter atte Mulle de Ros, pap. pros. by Lyre abb.
Humphrey de Cherletone.
Nicholas de Haya, Cov. et Lich. dioc., ti. pa.
Hugh Bergeveny de Dentone, Linc. dioc. (l. d.), Littlemore pr.
William Fraunceys, Cov. and Lich. dioc. (l. d.), hosp. S. John, Shrewsbury.
Thomas Wrenche de Magna Miltone, Linc. dioc. (l. d.), Dorchester pr.
Thomas de Upcote, Worc. dioc. (l. d.), ti. pa.
John de la Forde de Uptone, Worc. dioc. (l. d.), hosp. Quenington.
Thomas Crossun de Foxcote, Robert Page de Burlinghame, Worc. dioc. (l. d.), ti. pa.
John Dod, Cov. and Lich. dioc. (l. d.), hosp. H. Trin., Bridgnorth.
Henry le Carpenter, Cov. and Lich. dioc. (l. d.), ti. pa.
William le Taylour de Ivarstone, Worc. dioc. (l. d.), ti. pa.
Walter Eweyn, Fr. Pr., Heref.
William de Lathburi, Fr. Aust, Ludlow.
Walter de Longeforde.

Episcopi Herefordensis. 169

DEACONS.

William de Pallinghame. [1]
Griffin de Stowe.
Gilbert de Homme Lacy.
John de Tybertone.
Philip Kilfodys.
William Silvestre de Munstreworthe.
John Reygner.
William Garewy.
Philip de Willeye.
Roger Cannoke.
Hugh de Pirie.
Walter de Strettone.
William le Conestable de Munstreworthe.
Richard Moggenhale de Hereford.
William de Walle.
Thomas Stoke.
Edmund Bouler de Hereford.
Robert de Mersshe.
John de Clotleye.
Adam le Coliere.

[1] All by ti. pa.

Richard Griffyn de Westbury, Cumbermere abb.
Hugh de Westone, pap. prov. by Lilleshall abb.
Walter Wawenol, pap. prov. by Monmouth pr.
Nicholas Marcleye de Lodelowe, pap. prov. by Cormeilles abb.
Richard Gummond, pap. prov. by Brecon pr.
Richard de Middeltone, pap. prov, by Wenlock pr.
Adam de Rouceby, Linc. dioc. (l. d.).
Roger de Prestone, Cov. and Lich. dioc. (l. d.), Wombridge abb.
John Bygenet de Wytteneye, Linc. dioc. (l. d.), Ensham abb.
Walter de Bradeforde, rect. of Southwood, Norwic. dioc. (l. d.).
Richard Pedmor, Worc. dioc. (l. d.), Dodford pr.
Thomas, s. of Philip de Muntone de Salopia, Cov. and Lich. dioc. (l. d.), hosp. S. John, Shrewsbury.
John Hanecoke de Bikemersshe, Worc. dioc. (l. d.), Bordesley abb.
John le Bakere de Wytteneye, Linc. dioc. (l. d.), Osney abb.
John Serjaunt de Glashamptone, John Coke de Chiltenhame, Worc. dioc. (l. d.), ti. pa.
Geoffrey Makerel, Linc. dioc. (l. d.), hosp. S. John, Burford.
Thomas Haukyn, Karliol. dioc. (l. d.), Tyron abb.
Thomas de Croulesmere, Cov. and Lich. dioc. (l. d.), hosp. S. Giles, Shrewsbury.
Robert de Malleye, rect. of Shirevesuptone, Worc. dioc.
Richard Ilger, Worc. dioc. (l. d.), hosp. S. John, Warwick.
Richard de Accorne, Lich. dioc. (l. d.), hosp. S. John Bapt., Shrewsbury.
Roger de Luddesdone, Lich. dioc. (l. d.), ti. pa.
Thomas de Westone, William de Ancastel, Fr. Min., Shrewsbury.

170 Registrum Thome de Charlton.

PRIESTS.

William de Cauntone, Bath and Wells dioc., bishop's chaplain.
Stephen Boudlers. [1]
John de Heutone de Lodelowe.
David. s. of John de la Munede.
Howel ap Meredithe.
Roger de Accone.
John de Dene de Ross.
Gervase de Meynstone.
Walter Stoke.
Walter Edriche.
William Hopkines de Bromforde.
Thomas Credenhulle de Hereford.
John Marchaunt de Hereford.
John de Roke.
Walter Billinge.

[1] All by ti. pa.

Philip Pilchre, ti. pa.
John Haket, rect. of Wheathill.
Thomas Batte, chantry in Churcham.
John Voyl Willeleye, pap. prov. by Limbrook pr.
Roger Meone, pap. prov. by Glouc. abb.
William s. of William le Ringere de Wenlake, pap. prov. by Acornbury nunnery.
Hugh de Lingeyn, pap. prov. by dean and chapter, Heref.
Walter de Mortone, Wenlock pr.
Walter de la Rede Menede, pap. prov. by Wigmore abb.
Roger Coleman de Intebarwe, Worc. dioc. (l. d.), ti. pa.
Geoffrey Dusyner de Hinetone, Worc. dioc. (l. d.), ti. pa.
Henry, s. of John Clerk de Preston Bragode, Worc. dioc. (l. d.), Bordesley abb.
Richard atte Grene de Aldesworthe, Worc. dioc. (l. d.), Osney abb.
Henry Romay de Alvicestre, Worc. dioc. (l. d.), Bordesley abb.
Thomas de Ercalewe, s. of Thomas de Waltone, Roger de Accone, Cov. and Lich. dioc. (l. d.), hosp. S. John Bapt., Shrewsbury.
Robert Gunny, John Hauker de Eldesfelde, Walter de Brytlamtone, Henry de Overetindone, Worc. dioc. (l. d.), ti. pa.
Richard Tollilolli, Cov. and Lich. dioc. (l. d.), Lilleshall abb.
Robert le Walsshe de Horsemarleye, Worc. dioc., (l. d.), Mussenden abb.
John Merser de Persshora, John de Wrenforde, Robert de Pontere de Forde, Worc. dioc. (l. d.), ti. pa.
Roger Edwarde de Bunyntone, Worc. dioc. (l. d.), Bordesley abb.
Richard, s. of William Skut, Cov. et Lich. dioc. (l. d.), Routon pr.
John de Longedone, William de Cradeleye, Haumund de Donnes, Fr. Min., Shrewsbury.

Episcopi Herefordensis. 171

ORDINATION IN THE CATHEDRAL, HEREFORD, JUNE 14, 1337.

ACOLYTES.

Walter atte Merrshe.
John de Yarpol.
Richard de Broke.
Roger de Selake.
William de Billebury.
Richard de Kylfodys.
Peter Boterel.
Hugh de Forde.
Richard Baret.
Christopher Longe.
John Poche.
John Straddul.
Henry de Strode.
John Duyndre.
William de Hope.
Hugo de Huggelege.
Adam de Malmeshulle.
Walter de Childerwode.
Walter de Malleye.
Adam de Worthyn.
Thomas de Radenore.
Robert Stoundone.
John de Stoundone.
John de Grughowel.
Adam Walters.
Thomas Astone.
John de Worthyn.
Peter le Walshe.
William le Goldsmyth de Leominstre.
Thomas de Astone Pigot.
John Horsnet.
William le Bray.
John de Radenore Veteri.
Gervase de Byrches.
Philip Sywarde de Pencoumbe.
Reginald de Little Hereford.
William de Hamenasshe de Little Hereford.
Thomas Brace.
William in le Hale.
John de Kyntone.
John Treyloghe de Wormbrugge.
Richard Russhoe.
John de Ketforde.
William de Maurden.
John Colde.
William Brut, rect. of Stoctone.
John de Aymestre.
John Collinges.
Thomas Halle.
John de Wormele.
John Coky.
John le Mon.
Roger de Stanford.
Henry le Wodeward.
Richard atte Wottone.
Robert atte Lodelowe de Preston.
Thomas de Leynthale.
John Privan de Lodelowe.
Walter Presthemede.
Walter Repe de Tudenhame.
Richard Grobbe.
William Kynernshe.
John le Roo.
John de Clifforde, rect. of Dodlestone, Cov. and Lich. dioc. (l. d.).
Thomas Reppes, Chiches. dioc. (l. d.).
Richard Corviser, Worc. dioc. (l. d.),
John de Crughowel, S. David's dioc. (l. d.).

172 Registrum Thome de Charlton.

Robert Scharlet, John Haselholte de Henle, Worc. dioc. (l. d.).
Symon Hugh Loyt de Pola, S. Asaph dioc. (l. d.).
Roger de Cimiterio, Wigmore abb.
Richard Toby, Thomas de Chiltenham, John de Hulle, Glouc. abb.
Richard de Leye, Alcester abb.

SUBDEACONS.

Robert Russel. [1]
John de Bokeland.
John Posterne de Stottesdone.
William Simondes de Stokebles.
Richard de Leynthale.
John de Malleye.
William Piwan de Lodelowe.
William de Stocktone.
Roger de Sulston.
John atte Liche.
James Haket.
Philip de Treysac.
Richard de Lodelowe.
William Hameldene.
John de Actone.
Philip le Glovere.
John Whitfelde de Hereford.
Richard de Staure.
Walter Aylmonde.
Roger de Corfhulle.
Richard de Norton.
John de Radenore.
John le Frene.
John Lechestone.

[1] All by ti. pa.

Thomas in the Hale, Creswell pr.
Philip de Upcote, hosp. S. John Jerus.
Thomas Waldynge de Tudenhame, ti. parish of Tudenhame.
John le Baylli, Woodbridge pr.
Alexander le Bakere de Much Marcleye, pap. prov. by Lyre abb.
Thomas Warld de Ludlowe, Palmers' guild of Ludlow.
Edgar le Porter de Strettone, pap. prov. by Llanthony Prima.
Robert Fren, ti. dean of Heref.
Thomas le Clerke de Hereford, Creswell pr.
John, s. of Mathew de Rokhulle, Brecon pr.
William Howe, Clifford pr.
Thomas le Herl de Feltone, John atte Roke de Feltone, Sopwell pr.
Thomas de Fililode, Cov. and Lich. dioc. (l. d.), hosp. S. John de Bridgnorth.
William Benet de Islep, Linc. dioc. (l. d.), Bruera abb.
John de Wendesford, Worc. dioc. (l. d.), Thelesford pr.
William de Donuhame, Adam, s. of John atte Mersshe de Eldresfelde, Worc. dioc. (l. d.), ti. pa.
David de Meinthistloyn, Lland. dioc. (l. d.), ti. pa.
William Brouninge, Worc. dioc. (l. d.), Dodford pr.
David ap Jenan de Tregrughe, Lland. dioc. (l. d.), ti. pa.

Episcopi Herefordensis. 173

Stephen de Hobrestone, S. David's dioc. (l. d.), ti. pa.
Walter Roke de Bokelond, Walter Orcharde de Hertelbury, Stephen Ingram de Dunclent, Worc. dioc. (l. d.), ti. pa.
Henry le Spencer de Ombresleye, Worc. dioc. (l. d.), Bordesley abb.
Henry de Stauntone, rect. of Pillardyntone, Worc. dioc. (l. d.).
Thomas, s. of William Meke de Wyche, Worc. dioc. (l. d.), ti. pa.
John de Warresleye de Kyderministre, Worc. dioc., Bordesley abb.
Ralph Saucer de Stretforde, Worc. dioc., pap. prov. by Little Malvern.
John Nore de Stretforde, Worc. dioc. (l. d.), Thelesford pr.
John Saucer de Stretforde, Worc. dioc. (l. d.), ti. pa.
John Wyn, S. David's dioc. (l. d.), Llanthony Prima pr.
John, s. of Roger Trocharde, rect. of Llanvihangel, Assav. dioc. (l. d.).
Roger Haralde, Symon de Brugge, William de Wenlake, can. of Wigmore.
Roger Dylwe, John Rossel, Nicholas de Monytone, Fr. Pr., Heref.
William Strikelond, Robert de Kenshame, Fr. Aust., Ludlow.
John Prath, Richard de la Forde, Fr. Min., Heref.
William de Pebwerche, Alcester abb.

DEACONS.

John Pauntleye. [1]
John Giles de Tugeford.
William de Bradestone.
Philip Broun.
John le Trumper.
Roger de Cotyntone.
John de Ivyntone.
Richard de Mortone.
John Adames de Leominstre.
John Bradeston.
David de Waterdene.
Philip Broun.
William, s. of Simon de Malmeshulle Lacy.

[1] All by ti. pa.

Richard de Billeburi, hosp. S. John, Blithelowe.
Thomas de la Greene, Dore abb.
Richard, s. of Henry de Clerk de Onybury, pap. prov. by Hurley pr.
Roger Clive, Sewelle pr.
Walter Godman de Roos, pap. prov. by Pershore abb.
Walter atte Mulle, pap. prov. by Lyre abb.
John de Home, pap. prov. by bishop of Llandaff.
Gervase ap Griffe de Treigruke, Lland. dioc. (l. d.). ti. pa.
Hugh Cordewan de Clent, Worc. dioc. (l. d.), ti. pa.
Robert le Tonge de Boklonde, Worc. dioc. (l. d.), Bruera abb.
William de Boklonde, Worc. dioc. (l. d.), Hales abb.

174 Registrum Thome de Charlton.

John Mauduc de Tekkenhame, Simon Bround, Richard Gerneys de Astone, Worc. dioc. (l. d.), ti. pa.
Thomas le Dyer de Chiltenhame, Worc. dioc. (l. d.), Eynsham abb.
John Jurdan de Worcester (l. d.), Studley pr.
Richard Perkyn de Clive, Worc. dioc. (l. d.), chantry in chapel of Hildesleye.
Thomas de Feckenhame, Worc. dioc. (l. d.), ti. pa.
William Gorge de Isleps, Linc. dioc. (l. d.), S. Frideswide pr., Oxon.
John de Fenne de Gloucester, Worc. dioc. (l. d.), hosp. S. John, Lechelade.
Henry de Atherstone, Worc. dioc. (l. d.), hosp. H. Trin., Thelesford.
Robert de Brocberi, rect. of Coumbe Bascreville, Worc. dioc. (l. d.).
William de Welneforde, Worc. dioc. (l. d.), ti. pa.
Nicholas de Birlingham, Worc. dioc. (l. d.), Great Malvern pr.
William Alewy de Ombresleye, Worc. dioc. (l. d.), ti. pa.
John Melan, Lland. dioc., ti. pa.
William West de Tydintone, Worc. dioc. (l. d.), hosp. S. Michael, Warwick.
John Aleyn de Marcleye, Worc. dioc. (l. d.), ti. pa.
Mathew de Harsfelde, Worc. dioc. (l. d.), Bruera abb.
William de Prestone de Worcerter, (l. d.), Alcester abb.
Thomas Conynge de Doddenhame, Worc. dioc., ti. pa.
John, s. of Nicholas de Oxsshulle, Worc. dioc., Bordesley abb.
Nicholas le Walkere, Cov. and Lich. dioc. (l. d.), ti. pa.
Henry de Ribbesford, Worc. dioc. (l. d.), Pershore abb.
Walter atte Berewe de Scheldesleye, Worc. dioc. (l. d.), Bordesley abb.
John Bolehulle de Chaddeswyche, Worc. dioc. (l. d.), hosp. S. Wulstan, Worc.
William Fraunceys, Cov. and Lich. dioc. (l. d.), hosp. S. John, Shrewsbury.
Henry, s. of Robert Carpentar de Brugge, Cov. and Lich. dioc. (l. d.), Buldewas abb.
John de Haddeleye, Cov. and Lich. dioc. (l. d.), ti. pa.
John, s. of Adam Smith de Bedewardyn, Worc. dioc. (l. d.), ti. pa.
Thomas de Offemore de Bremesgrave, Worc. dioc. (l. d.), Dodford pr.
John de Spechleye, Worc. dioc. (l. d.), ti. pa.
John Bernarde de Kyngesnortone, Worc. dioc. (l. d.), Routon pr.
John de Brerhulle, Worc. dioc. (l. d.), Studley pr.
Nicholas Bruere de Pershore, Worc. dioc. (l. d.), Eynsham abb.
Robert de Kynetone, Worc. dioc. (l. d.), Bruera abb.
John Lintriche de Rippel, Worc. dioc. (l. d.), hosp. S. John, Lechelade.

Episcopi Herefordensis. 175

Peter de Hodyntone, Worc. dioc. (l. d.), Wormgay pr., Norwyc. dioc.
John, s. of Roger le Fihessere de Welyntone, Cov. et Lich. dioc. (l. d.), hosp. S. John, Shrewsbury.
Robert Cherletone de Hertelbury, Worc. dioc. (l. d.), ti. pa.
Geoffrey Childe de Cotesmor, Linc. dioc. (l. d.), S. Michael's nunnery by Stanford.
Richard de Berewe de Asteleye, Worc. dioc. (l. d.), ti. pa.
John Semon de Teukesburi, Walter Ledbury, Worc. dioc. (l. d.), Bruera abb.
John de Wydecoumbe, Worc. dioc. (l. d.), S. Barth. nunnery, Bristol.
William de Birminehame, rect. of S. John's, Bristol, Worc. dioc. (l. d.).
John de Walcot de Wigmore.
Lewelin Wolf, Thomas le Walsh, Walter Oweyn, Fr. Pr., Heref.
Roger Fillode, Fr. Aust., Ludlow.
William Pount, Fr. Min., Heref.
William de Waldene, Fr. Carm.
Richard de Hamptone, William de Grimesleghe, Worc. dioc. (l. d.).
John de Krykkelade, John de Monyasshe, William de Cloptone, Robert de Astone, Glouc. abb.
Peter Moryce, John de Nesfontaynes, Abergavenny pr.
William de Shrewsbury, hosp. S. Oswald, Worc.
William de Pebbeworthe, Alcester abb.

PRIESTS.

Robert de Mersshe de Magna Cowarne. [1]
William Gernon.
John de Arderne.
Gilbert de Homme Lacy.
Philip de Kylfodys.
William de Silvestre.
Stephen Gilberd.
Thomas de Lynde.
John de Clotleye.
Richard de Broctone.
Roger de la Lake.
John de Tybertone.
Richard Wyther.
Walter Hubbon.
William Fremon de Micheldene.
John Pant.
Adam Colyar.
Griffin de Stowe.
William Conestable.
William, s. of Richard de Walle.
John le Gardiner de Temedburi.
Henry de Stoktone.
John, s. of Hugh Clerk de Hereford.n bj

John Harald.
Walter le Smythe de Cowarne.
Hugh de la Pirie de Prestone.

[1] All by ti. pa.

John le Whyte de Pencoumbe, Merevale abb.
Roger Bluet, rect. of Credenhulle.

176 Registrum Thome de Charlton.

Stephen Henry, pap. prov. by Glouc. abb.
Hugh de Westone, pap. prov. by Lilleshall abb.
Robert, s. of William de Erselone in Kaynam, pap. prov. by Wigmore abb.
Thomas, s. of John Freman de Kinnarscote, S. Frideswide's pr., Oxon.
Roger Cook de Sevarnestoke, Worc. dioc. (l. d.), ti. pa.
Adam le Palmere de Haya, S. David's dioc. (l. d.), ti. pa.
Thomas Haukyn, Karliol. dioc. (l. d.), Anwell pr.
John Holwey de Camme, Worc. dioc. (l. d.), pap. prov. by Bordesley abb.
Nicholas de Hulle de Kyngesnortone, Worc. dioc. (l. d.), Bordesley abb.
Richard, s of John le Vikere de Burforde, Linc. dioc. (l. d.), Bruera abb.
Richard Bastreville, Studley pr. [1]
John Serle, rect. of Aldrynton.
Richard Pedmor, Dodford pr.
Richard Aleyn de Feckham, Bordesley abb.
William le Mareschal de Mersshstone, Osney abb.
John, s. of Thomas atte Wode de Wyche, ti. pa.
Henry de Lanwhere de Dersintone, Merevale abb.
Henry de Wynchcoumbe, S. Oswald pr., Glouc.
Robert de Harsfelde, ti. pa.
Edmund Dod de Henleye, hosp. S. John Jerus.
John Fremon, ti. pa.
William Geffrey de Wylmecote, Bordesley abb.
Nicholas Clive de Burlingham, hosp. S. Oswald, Worc.

[1] Worc. dioc. (l. d.).

John, s. of William de Marcheltwy, S. David's dioc. (l. d.), ti pa.
John Bertare de Budeforde, Worc. dioc. (l. d.), Bordesley abb.
Roger de Loddesdone, Cov. and Lich dioc., ti. pa.
Walter Beydone de Hamptone Meysy, ti. pa. [1]
Thomas Mortone Folete, ti. pa.
Richard de Wylmarston, H. Trin. pr.
William Goldhal de Gutynge Pouwer, ti. pa.
Robert Seware de Haselore, Bordesley abb.
John Barre de Henleye, ti. pa.
Robert Page de Birlynghame, ti. pa.

[1] Worc. dioc. (l. d.).

Adam Aunger, Winch. dioc (l. d.), ti. pa.
Thomas Lactone, Salis. dioc. (l. d.), Godstow nunnery.

Episcopi Herefordensis. 177

Nicholas Rohynes de Bremesgrave, ti. pa. [1]
Thomas, s. of John Wolston de Dersingtone, Bordesley abb.
Elyas de Coneleye, ti. pa.
Reginald de Westone Mauduit, Bordesley abb.
John le Chamberleyn de Wythyndone, Dodeston pr.
Robert Payn, rect. of Merton.
Roger de Pathelowe de Hamptone Bishop, S. Sepulchre's, Warwick.
Robert Tentefuyr de Gloucestria, Eynsham abb.
Henry Gilberte de Norton, Evesham abb.
John Ankus de Clifforde, Bordesley abb.
William le Taylur de Evartstone, ti. pa.
William de Lodyntone, Bordesley abb.
William Derneswalle de Kyngesnortone, ti. pa.
Richard de Aldeford de Bremesgrave, Bordesley abb.

[1] Worc. dioc. (l. d.).

Adam de Rouceby, Linc. dioc. (l. d.), the bishop.
Nicholas de Ledburi, Nicholas Bacun de Wenlond, Worc. dioc. (l. d.), ti. pa.
John Rolues de Alne, Worc. dioc. (l. d.), Studley pr.
John, s. John de Wydestone, Lland. dioc. (l. d.), ti. pa.
John Coc de Chiltenhame, Worc. dioc. (l. d.), ti. pa.
John de Forde de Uptone, Worc. dioc., hosp. S. John Jerus.
John Coumbe, Fr. Aust, Ludlow.
Thomas de Sancto Colano, Fr. Min., Heref.
Hugh de Budiforde, Fr. Carm.
Thomas de Clodeshale, Richard de Walesshale, Bartholomew de Bobyntone, (l. d.), Hales Owen.
John le Palmere, Walter de Hurtleye, John le Straunge, John de Bergeveny, Glouc. abb.
Richard de Rodleye, Great Malvern pr.
Fulco de Eytone, Newland abb.
William de Stoke, Llanthony by Glouc.
John Leye, Alcester abb.

ORDINATION IN LEDBURY, SATURDAY IN WHITSUN WEEK, 1340.

ACOLYTES.

Ralph Alayn de Bunhall.
John Wallewy de Eytone.
Thomas Kynge de Prestehemede.
Nicholas Sterdene de Newent.
Walter Trant de Presthemede.
Richard Balle de Bromptone.

178 Registrum Thome de Charlton.

Walter Stede de Penebrugge.
Walter de Stoke Chorust.
William Zeddefen.
William Bagge de Ullungwyke.
Philip Langarn.
John Bagge de Ullungwyke.
Thomas Hubard.
Walter Osebarn de Strattone.
John de Eckeleye.
John de Kyngestone.
Adam le Smythe de Marcle.
John de Penebrugge.
William le Knight de Marcle.
Robert Grene de Bromesbarwe.
Henry le Clerke de Marcle.
John Brokhamptone.
John Whyte de Kylnet.
Henry Dike de Bromesbarwe.
John Gurdewalle.
Thomas atte Putte.
Nicholas Noteare.
Thomas de Bartone.
Richard de Strattone.
Richard de la More.
Richard Brugge.
Philip Neweport de Webbeleye.
Thomas Brugge.
Roger Lamleye de Donytone.
William Chaumberlayn.
Thomas Abbetone de Lodelowe.
John Knyghtone.
Thomas Hildesleye de Ros.
Richard de Ketforde.
Thomas Crul.
Stephen de Geldepirie.
John Absolon de Bromesberewe.
William de Stokkes de Estnore.
Walter Kyngestone.
William de Halle de Cardyntone.
Walter Crumpe.
Thomas Walsnet.
Richard Eyr de Bradwardyn.
John de Wynfertone.
Robert de Burtone de Radenore Veteri.
Roger de Tyclewardyn.
William de Cardyntone.
Thomas de Ponte.
John Don de Clone.
John le Webbe de Roos.
Walter Crispe.
Walter Besaunt de Brymfelde.
William Vowly de Ledburi.
Henry Hendebody.
John Spenser de Brymfelde.
Richard de Maddeleye.
William le Prime.
Thomas Gordon.
John Hugenes de Lectone.
John de Duditone.
Walter de Stone de Frome Episcopi.
Walter de Moclowe.
Roger de Fableye.
William Athelare de Bromptone.
John atte Croyee.
Richard de Plofelde.
Walter Rogers de Frome Episcopi.
John de Plofeld.
Geoffrey de Caple.
William de Huggeleye.
William de Ruyssoke.
Edgar Arewy.
William de Alberbury.
Philip ap Madoke.
William de Bayshame.
William Homme.
William Botteleye, Lond. dioc. (l. d.).

Episcopi Herefordensis. 179

SUBDEACONS.

William Bluet. [1]
John Kydel de Leominstre.
John le Whyte de Kyngestone.
William Goldsmithe.
John de Prestone.
Richard Westone.
Richard de Stoctone.
Solomon Smalhache.
John le Coliare.
Richard Jones de Birchore.
William de Walles.
Walter Kynyche.
Richard de Banertone.
Geoffrey de Longleye.
William atte Walles.
William Martyn.
Roger de Wynchestre de Temedebury.
Thomas Kynleye.
John de Hendre.
Philip Coumbe.
John, s. of Roger de Cote.
John Mon de Monitone.
William Waterledere de Lodelowe.
William de Lidum.
John Coydur de Dewynchirche.
John Kemp de Leominstre.
Hugh atte Weysende Underlithe.
Philip de Broctone.
Robert atte Brugge.
Walter de Stocktone.
Hugh de Donne.
Richard de Thoterestone.
Walter de Childerwode.
William Churchemon de Onibury.
Robert de Marcle.
William Waties de Corstone.
Walter Piers de Esthanie.
Richard Heytone.
Richard Derlynge de Cleobury.
Richard Haukerne de Toggeforde.
Stephen Faber de Chyrebury.
Richard Dyare de Presthemede.
Thomas de Lyngeyne.
John le Smythe de Lodelowe.
Richard Balle de Lectone.
John de Caple de Newent.
Philip ap David.
William de Chaumberleyn.
Henry atte More.

[1] All by ti. pa.

William le Whyte, chantry in Ewythynton.
William Myr, Anwell pr.
Walter de Malleye, pens. xl s. for service of V.M. in Cleobury Mortimer.
Roger de Eytone, ti. William de Eytone.
John de Titeleye, Richard ap David, Cresswell pr.
William Joce, rect. of North Waltham, Wynton. dioc. (l. d.).
Henry de Whyteneye, Cresswell pr.
Peter, s. of Robert atte Strode, pens. from Glouc. abb.
Richard de Laneleye, Cov. and Lich. dioc. (l. d.), hosp. S. Giles, Shrewsbury.
Thomas Bluet, rect. of S. Michael by Stretdewy, S. David's dioc.
John Pistor, pens. l s. from parish of S. Peter's, Heref.

180 Registrum Thome de Charlton.

William de Wyrketone, Buldewas abb.
Nicholas de Laweshulle, Fr. Aust., Ludlow.
Roger Holyn, Fr. Min., Heref.
John de Schareshulle, Fr. Pr., Newcastle.

DEACONS.

John, s. of Walter de Bikenore Waleys, John de Ourelechestone, Roger de Coreshulle, Roger Bras de Skirlithe, Roger Mayel, Philip de Treysac. William de Stocktone, ti. pa.
Walter le Hunte de Malmeshulle, Cresswell pr.
Thomas Potel de Ledebury, Worc. dioc., S. Sepulchre's, Warwick.
Thomas de Stonisbi, Sulby abb.
Thomas Balle de Tredintone, Worc. dioc. (l. d.), Bordesley abb.
John, s. of Philip le Carpenter de Welintone, S. Fredeswide's, Oxon.
Peter, s. of Roger de Straddewy, Menev. dioc., ti. pa.
Roger Mauncel, Lich. dioc. (l. d.), hosp. S. John, Shrewsbury.
Hugh de Barewe, ti. Bartholomew Tyrel.
John Parker de Ruthyn, Bangor dioc. (l. d.), pap. prov. by Glouc. abb.
Richard de Webbe de Gloucestria, Ebor. dioc. (l. d.), hosp. S. John, Lechelade.
William Dilewe, Fr. Aust., Ludlow.
William de Leominstre, Wenlock pr.
William Heued, can. S. Oswald, Glouc.
John de Clodeshalle.
Henry de Actone, Flaxley abb.
John de Powisia, Fr. Pr.
Richard de Herefordia, Alberbury pr.

PRIESTS.

William Wymarce. [1]
Philip s. of Osbert Braun de Kymbaltone.
John Frene.
Jacob Haket.
John de Eckeleye.
Walter Pope de Tudenhame.
John le Bakare.
Walter de Hethe.
John Whitfelde.
John le Deyere de Whitfelde.
David ap Cradok ap Teuan.

[1] All by ti. pa.

John le Longe, Cest. dioc. (l. d.), hosp. S. John, Lichfield.
John Eustans de Clyftone, chantry V.M. in Clifton.
Richard Rybles de Wardone, Linc. dioc. (l. d.), hosp. S. John, Northampton.

Episcopi Herefordensis. 181

William le Rede de Northeye, Worc. dioc. (l. d.), hosp. S. John, Lechelade.
Robert de Rideleswardyn, Buldewas abb.
John de Frome, rect. of Landeitn, S. David's dioc. (l. d.).
John de Lowe, rect. of Highfield, Wynton dioc, (l. d.).
Henry, s. of John in the huyrne de Rippel, Stephen le Whyte de Wythindone, Worc. dioc. (l. d.), hosp. S. John, Lechelade.
John de Haddeleye, Norwic. dioc. (l. d.), hosp. H. Trin., Bridgnorth.
Thomas Clerke de Hereford, Cresswell pr.
Richard Goband, Fr. Pr.
Robert Knoyl de Shrewsbury.
Richard de Breodone, Great Malvern pr.
Nicholas de Fontibus, Fulco de Eytone, Alberbury pr.

ORDINATION IN LEDBURY, SEPT. 23, 1340.

ACOLYTES.

Richard Ingulfe.
Roger Whyppe.
William Felde.
Thomas Folimon.
William Lorkynes de Ledebury.
Richard Schipwarde.
John de Skede de Ledebury.
John Perdy de Lodelowe.
Thomas Kempe de Leominstre.
Reginald de Bayshame.
Thomas Bernarde de Leominstre.
William Penke de Lodelowe.
Walter Hokere de Leominstre.
Hugh Garewy.
William Blitheroe de Leominstre.
John de Thrullokeshope.
William Leulyn de Turpetone.
William le Erl.
John de Eytone.
David Kenezeatestone.
Richard Osebarn de Prestone.
John Savage.
John, s. of Henry de Lughtone.
Walter Blewet.
Richard Hannyes de Bromptone.
Richard Ludebroke.
Roger de Calbarwe.
John Broke.
Walter Myle de Newent.
Hugh de Neentone.
John Andrew de Boritone.
Nicholas de Stoke.
William Andrew de Boritone.
John Clive de Monitone.
Henry Blytheweye de Newent.
Walter Woware.
Thomas Fremon.
Thomas Carpenter.
John Wyot de Ledebury.
Nicholas de Flamstede, Linc. dioc. (l. d.).
Thomas Hunte, Fr. Pr,, Worc. dioc.

182 Registrum Thome de Charlton.

Philip de Nortone, Fr. Pr.
Ralph de Geytyntone, Nicholas de Wystanstowe, Wenlock pr.
John de Benhame, William Ryngstede, John de Uptone, John de Ledebury, Fr. Aust., Ludlow.
Stephen de Ewyas, Hugh de Turnestone, Dore abb.
Thomas Horde, Nicholas de Biritone.

SUBDEACONS.

Philip, s. of Roger de Broctone. [1]
Thomas Kynge de Presthemede.
Richard de le Lee.
Thomas de Overlecheste.
William de Treget.
John de Eckeleye.
William de la Wyle de Wisstanstone.
Thomas Aylmond.
John Pirie de Newent.
John Walkere.
John le Stonheware.
Richard Balle de Bromptone.
John le Whyte de Kynlet.
John atte Mersshe.
Roger de Tikelwardyn.

[1] All by ti. pa.

Mael Hogge de Uske, Lland. dioc. (l. d.), ti. pa.
Walter le Blake de Homptone, hosp. S. Barth., Glouc.
Roger Dudemarstone, hosp. S. Wulstan, Worc.
Lewelin ap Adam, Nicholas Stoke de Grosmont, Nicholas Notkyn, John ap Adam de Brandwayn, Lland. dioc. (l. d.), ti. pa.
William de Withyntone, Cov. and Lich. dioc. (l. d.), Lilleshall abb.
Thomas de Pleyeleye, sacris. in Pontesbury.
John de la Broke de Gardyntone, hosp. S. John Bapt., Shrewsbury.
Roger de Tasseleye, hosp. S. John, Lichfield.
Banco de Marche, William de Glovernia, John Bernarde, Fr. Aust., Ludlow.
Henry de Lee, John Say, can. of Haughmon, Cov. and Lich. dioc. (l. d.).
Walter de Marsshe, can. of Chirbury.
Hugh Wormele, Stephen de Ewyas, Dore abb.

DEACONS.

William Watyes de Corstone. [1]
John de Caple.
William Martyn de Biforde.
Robert atte Brugge.
John Mon de Monitone.
Richard de Eytone.
Richard Haukynes de Togeforde.
William Chirchemon de Oniburi.
Richard Jones de Birchovere.
John le Smith de Lodelowe.

[1] All by ti. pa.

Episcopi Herefordensis. 183

Richard de Banertone. [1]
John, s. of Roger de Cote.
Philip ap David.
John Coydur de Dewychirche.
John de Hendre.
William le Chaumberleyn.
Richard Totresdone.
Walter Kyniche.
Hugh de Doune.
John Kempe de Leominstre.
Thomas de Kynleye.
John Kydel de Leominstre.
Philip de Broctone.
Robert de Marcle.
William de Lidom.
John le Whyte de Kyngestone.
Richard de Westone.
Richard de Stoctone.
Richard Dorlynge.
Walter Piers de Esthame.
Philip Coumbe.
Hugh atte Weyesende Underlithe.
Stephen Faber de Chirburi.
William Bluet.
Roger de Wynchestre.
Richard le Deyare de Presthemede.
Henry More.
William le Walledere.
John de Froggestret.
Walter de Childerwode.
Thomas Berde de Ledebury.
Thomas Lyngeyne.
William atte Walles.
John le Colyare.
William de Ascheforde.

[1] All by ti. pa.

John Pistor de Hereford, pens. l s. from parish of S. Peter's, Heref.
John de Titleye, Cresswell pr.
William le Whyte, chantry in Ewythyntone.
Roger de Cattestre, Cov. and Lich. dioc. (l. d.), hosp. H. Trin., Bridgnorth.
William Myr, Anwell pr.
John de Tedestile, Cov. and Lich. dioc. (l. d.), hosp. H. Trin., Bridgnorth.
Richard ap David, Cresswell pr.
Walter de Malleye, pens. of xl. s. for service of V.M. in Cleoburi Mortimer.
Richard de Laneleye, Lich. dioc. (l. d.), hosp. S. Giles', Shrewsbury.
Roger de Eytone, Cresswell pr.
Henry le Wodewarde, hosp. S. Katherine, Ledbury.
William, s. of Roger de Wrykketone, Buldewas abb.
William de Wych, Fr. Aust., Ludlow.
Richard de Leonhale, Fr. Pr., Heref.

PRIESTS.

Roger Maiel, Walter, s. of John le Palmere de Henore, Philip de Treysac, Roger de Corshulle, Richard de Montgomeri, John, s. of Walter de Bikenore Waleys, William de Stoctone, Roger Braas de Shirlithe, ti. pa.

184 Registrum Thome de Charlton.

Walter le Hunte de Monkeslone, Crasswell pr.
William, s. of Philip le Carpenter, S. Frideswide's, Oxon.
Thomas de Stonisbi, Sulby abb., Linc. dioc.
Thomas Balle de Tredyntone, Worc. dioc. (l. d.), Bordesley abb.
William de Aylinetone, Selborne pr., Wynton. dioc. (l. d.).
Richard Pigote, Cov. and Lich. dioc. (l. d.), hosp. S. Giles, Shrewsbury.
Hugh de Brewe, ti. pens. iiij marc. from church of Old Radnor.
John de Rodenhurst, Cov. and Lich. dioc. (l. d.), hosp. S. John, Shrewshury.
Thomas de Halughertone, S. Thomas' priory by Stafford.
Thomas Potel de Ledebury (l. d.), S. Sepulchre's, Warwick.
William de Blakeway, can. of Haughmon, Cov. and Lich. dioc. (l. d).
Thomas de Malmesburi, can. of Lanthony Prima (l. d.).
Henry de Actone, Flaxley abb.

ORDINATION IN ROSS, APRIL 7, 1341.

ACOLYTE.

William de Lyngane.
Geoffrey Cartere.
John Coke de Rosse.
John Baderon.
Alexander de Wodebury.
Richard Frere.
John Boner.
William ap Oweyn.
Philip ap Teuan Trewent.
John, s. of Walter Kytte de Rosse.
David ap David de Sancto Waynardo.
Walter le Bowyare.
William Prikke.
David Langaran.
Thomas de la Felde.
Richard de Kyntone.
Thomas de Bykenore.
Nicholas Waldynge.
William, s. of Simon de Bykenore.
Walter Dameron.
Richard le Taverner.
William ap David.
Maurice Gosselyn.
William Lecheston.
William atte Walle.
Meuryk Langaran.
William de Bodenhame.
John le White.
Robert Gamel de Wyltone.
Thomas Foyer.
Robert de la Grene de Hungarstone.
John Foyer.
Robert, s. of Simon.
Thomas de Hurtesleye.
Geoffrey Ydenorde.
John de Welyntone.
Walter Ketforde.

Benedict, s. of Benedict de Lanneir, John Daniel, Robert Pody de Kaerlyon, Richard Runstone de la Asshe, John Savage, John ap David, David ap Adam, Lland. dioc. (l. d.).

Episcopi Herefordensis. 185

SUBDEACONS.

Richard de Blakemere, John Wallewey de Eytone, John Poche de Lydeneye, Roger Lartre de Monitone, John Balle, William de Cleoburi North, Richard, s. of Richard Osebarn de Preston, Walter de Motlowe, ti. pa.
Philip de Russhoke, Hales Owen abb., Worc. dioc.
Philip de Medeweleye, Cov. and Lich. dioc. (l. d.), hosp. H. Trin., Bridgnorth.
John Poffe de Newent, Llanthony pr. by Glouc.
John Thurbarne de Ledbury, Chirbury pr.
Lewelin ap Roger, Lland. dioc. (l. d.), Monmouth pr.
John Malot de Lanmanhheys, Lland. dioc. (l. d.), ti. pa.
Richard de Eytone, Cov. and Lich. dioc. (l. d.), vic. of Bassechurch.
John de Bradefelde, rect. of Thornbury.
Richard de la More, S. John's pr., Brecon.
John de Malmesbury, Wormesley pr.

DEACONS.

Philip, s. of Roger de Broctone, John Pirie de Newent, John atte Mersshe, Richard de la Lee, William Bluet, Thomas Kynge de Presthemede, Thomas Aylmonde, William de Treget, William de la Wyle de Wystantone, William Goldsmyth de Leominstre, ti. pa.
Nicholas Notekyn, Nicholas Stoke de Grosmont, Lland. dioc. (l. d.), ti. pa.
Roger de Dodmarstone, hosp. S. Wulstan, Worc.
Robert Wrothe, rect. of Lamhangel Estonithloverne, Lland. dioc. (l. d.).
John de Caterlene, Karliol. dice. (l. d.), ti. John de Broye.
Peter, s. of Robert atte Strode, pens. xx s. by Glouc. abb. and ti. pa.
William de Wythyntone, Cov. and Lich. dioc. (l. d.), Lilleshall abb.
John ap Adam, Lland. dioc., (l. d.), ti. pa.
Roger de Tasseleye, hosp. S. John, Lichfield.
Maiel Hogges de Uske, Lland. dioc. (l. d.), ti. pa.
Walter le Blake de Homptone, hosp. S. Barth., Glouc.
Henry de Whiteneye de Hereford, Cresswell pr.
Robert Horneby, Lland. dioc. (l. d.), ti. pa.
John de Sweynestone, rect. of Rathsay, Meath dioc. (l. d.).
John de Fittes, Cov. and Lich. dioc. (l. d.), hosp. S. John Bapt., Shrewsbury.
Walter le Mersshe, Chirbury pr.
John de Circestre, Fr. Min.

186 Registrum Thome de Charlton.

PRIESTS.

John de Froggestrete. [1]
William Chaumbirleyn.
John le Stonheware de Upledene.
Richard Jones de Birchore.
John de Hendre.
John Coydur de Dewichurche.
Philip de Coumbe.
William de Lidom.
Philip de Broctone.
Richard de Totresdone.
Thomas de Lectone.
John, s. of Roger de Cote.
William Waties de Corstone.
Richard de Heytone.
Robert atte Brugge.
John Caple de Newent.
Thomas Berde de Ledebury.
Philip ap David.
Walter Kynyche.
Martyn de Biforde.
John Faber de Lodelowe.
Richard de Westone.
William Chirchemon de Onibury.
Roger de Wynchestre.
Richard, s. of Alexander de Lantone.
Richard de Banertone.
Richard Hawkines de Togeforde.
Hugh atte Weysende de Underlithe.
William de Hamenasshe.
John Mon de Monitone.
William de la Walle.
Thomas de Lyngeyn.

[1] All by ti. pa.

William Myr (l. d.), Tyron abb.
Roger de Cattestre, Cov. and Lich. dioc. (l. d.), hosp. H. Trin., Bridgnorth.
Thomas Pistor de Hereford, pens. l s. by parish of S. Peter's, Heref.
Nicholas Yve de Salopia, Cov. and Lich. dioc. (l. d.), hosp. S. John, Shrewsbury.
John de Titeleye, Cresswell pr.
William de Wirketone, Buildwas abb.
Richard ap David, Crassewall pr., Lland. dioc.
Robert de Westhrope de Chiryntone, Worc. dioc. (l. d.), hosp. S. John Jerus.
John Wolde, Worc. dioc. (l. d.), Little Malvern pr.
John Bartelot, Worc. dioc. (l. d.), Great Malvern pr.
William le White, chantry in Ewithynton.
Thomas Murimon de Penkeriche, vic. of Bold.

ORDINATION IN CHAPEL OF PRESTBURY, BY COMMISSION FROM THE BISHOP OF WORCESTER, MARCH 30, 1342.

SUBDEACON.

Edgar de Stanforde, can. of Hereford.

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Episcopi Herefordensis. 187

ORDINATION IN THE CATHEDRAL, HEREFORD, SEPT. 22, 1341.

ACOLYTES.

Richard Holicote.
Richard Hamonde.
John Chaumbrechas.
John de Niwechirche.
Roger Coke.
Richard Stoke.
William Gybons.
Philip Botte.
Thomas Bodenhame.
John Boterel.
Robert de Astone.
William Stottesdone.
William de Lanteleon.
Richard Worthyn.
Thomas Skenfrethe.
John Botte.
Hugh Waryn.
John de Wolastone.
Thomas Bradeleye.
Hugh de Stedestile.
John ap David.
Richard de Brayntone.
Walter Paulyn.
Richard de Clifforde.
Philip Shoke.
Hugh de Colewalle.
John Collynge.
Robert de Wynhales.
John Cupe.
William de Dorstone.
John le Corvisor.
Robert Rossel.
Philip Snov.
William Lowarche.
Stephen Chaundos.
William de Stowe.
Edmund Stoppard.
Hugh Dorewarde.
John de la Lane.
John Seculer.
John Frouttone.
John Bolynchope.
Gervase de Waterdene.
Yeuan de Waterdene.
John de Solershope.
William de Fouhope.
Walter de Caple.
Robert Pykos.
Thomas le Huntare.
John de Moramptone.
Nicholas de Gondauntre.
Hugh le Clerke.
John de Coblitone.
John de Bromptone.
John de Irlonde.
John le Gydie.
John de Stanforde.
Walter de Luftone.
Robert Godesone.
Thomas Driffelde.
Walter Beofe.
Gregory de Shrewsbury, Fr. Pr.
Maurice de Stanford, Fr. Min.
Robert de Northwiche.
Hugh de S. Botulph.
William de Clifford.
Walter de Lyndeseie.

SUBDEACONS.

Lewis de Cherletone, can. of Heref.
John Marcer de Welyngtone, hosp. S. John Jerus.

188 Registrum Thome de Charlton.

Ralph de Bonushulle. [1]
Griffin de Waterdene.
John de Lydeburi.
Roger de Sellake.
Thomas de Walleforde.
Peter Wyllis.
Gervase de Puttes.
Robert de Grene.
Philip de Neutone.
William de Cosyntone.
John Baderon.
Nicholas Notiere.
John Solueye.
William Lyngeyne.
William de Bodenhame.
Robert de Knolle.

[1] All by ti. pa.

John, s. of Stephen de Grosmont, Lland. dioc. (l. d.), ti. pa.
Thomas de Hurtesle, rect. of Letton.
Stephen de Estenore, dean and chapt., Heref.
Roger, s. of Nicholas Broun de Knokyn, Assav. dioc. (l. d.), hosp. S. Giles, Shrewsbury.
William de Botteleye, Lond. dioc. (l. d.), hosp. S. John, Burford.
Roger Whippe de Dorstone, Cresswell pr.
Richard de Adlefelde, Cov. and Lich. dioc. (l. d.), hosp. S. Giles, Shrewsbury.
John Persteste, William, s. of John le Frenshe, Cov. and Lich. dioc. (l. d.), hosp. S. John, Shrewsbury.
Robert Palmere de Malmesbury, Worc. dioc. (l. d.), hosp. S. John, Burford.
Robert Bradewater, Worc. dioc. (l. d.), Godstow nunnery.
John, s. of Walter Crockere de Haya, S. David's dioc., Bordesley abb.
Walter de Abyndone, Salis. dioc. (l. d.), dean and chapter, Heref.
Maurice de Stanford, Fr, Min., Heref.
Ralph de Geytyntone, Nicholas de Wystanstowe, Wenlock pr.
John de Alretone, Ystrad Margel abb.

DEACONS.

Humphrey de Ohltone. [1]
John de Wallewei.
John Ball.
John Poche.
Roger de Eiclewardyn.
Geoffrey de Longeleye.
William Alayn de Cleburinorthe.
John le White.
Richard Osborne.
John de Eckeleye.
Roger Larke.
John le Walkere.
Walter de Moclowe.
Thomas de Ployleye.
Solomon Smalhach.
Richard Balle.

[1] All by ti. pa.

Philip de Russhoke, Hales abb.
Richard de Blakemere, Cresswell pr.
John Pofe de Newent, Llanthony by Glouc.

Episcopi Herefordensis. 189

John de la Broke de Kardyntone, hosp. S. John, Shrewsbury.
John Skydemor, dean and chapter, Heref.
Richard de la More, S. John Evang. pr., Brecon.
Roger de Stapelbrugge, Salis. dioc., dean and chapter, Heref.
Richard, s. of Thomas Longeberewe, Worc. dioc. (l. d.), ti. pa.
William de Bishpishulle, Worc. dioc. (l. d.), Snetteshall pr.
Hugh de Wormul, Stephen de Ewyas, Dore abb.

PRIESTS.

Richard de Lee. [1]
William de la Wile.
Thomas Kynge.
Walter Malleie.
Richard de Presthemede.
Richard Derlynge.
Hugo de Donne de Clonne.
Walter de Childerwode.
Walter de Esthame.
Henry de More.
John de Coliare.
William Bluet.
William le Waterledere.
Richard Cotiller de Ledeburi.
John Purie de Newent.

[1] All by ti. pa.

John de Swynestone, rect. of Rathsai, Meath dioc. (l. d.).
Thomas de Bel Ewe, Cov. and Lich. dioc., Birkenhead pr.
Roger de Dodmarstone, hosp. S. Wulstan, Worc.
Thomas de Radenore, vicar in Cath.
Roger Mauncel de Wroxcester, Cov. and Lich. dioc. (1, d.), hosp. S. John, Shrewsbury.
Richard de Lawele, Cov. and Lich. dioc. (l. d.), hosp. S. John, Shrewsbury.
Walter de Homptone, red. of Castle Carleton, Linc. dioc. (l. d.).
Lewelin ap Rosser, S. David's dioc. (l. d.), Abergavenny pr.
Roger de Tassele, hosp. S. John, Lichfield.
Nicholas de Stoke de Grosmont, Lland, dioc. (l. d.), ti. pa.
John ap Adam de Brangwayn, Lland. dioc. (l. d.), Kaerlyon abb.
Roger de Eyton, Cresswell pr.
Walter le Blake, hosp. S. Barth., Glouc.
Richard de Eytone, vic. of Bassechurch, Cov. and Lich. dioc. (l. d.).
William Odde de Okyntone, Worc. dioc. (l. d.), Evesham abb.
William Bras, S. David's dioc. (l. d.), ti. pa.
Roger de Offleye, Cov. and Lich. dioc. (l. d.), Lilleshall abb.
John de Pultone de Lattone, Salis. dioc. (l. d.), Lechelade pr.
William Cronnoke de South Cerneye, Worc. dioc. (l. d.), Lechelade pr.
William de Wythyntone, Cov. and Lich. dioc. (l. d.), Lilleshall abb.
Walter de Marisco, Chirbury pr.
William de Leominster, Leominster pr.

190 Registrum Thome de Charlton.

ORDINATION IN BROMYARD, SEPT. 21, 1342.

ACOLYTES.

Richard de Chaundos, can. Heref.
William Eriwelone de Malmeshulle.
John Moris.
John de Knyghtone.
John Stevenes de Homptone.
John Gnoth de Snedhulle.
John le Smythe.
Philip Dilac de Olleburi.
Lewellin ap Adam.
John de Heihope.
Thomas de Clone.
Henry Warde de Tedestile.
John de Wenlake.
Richard de Dodyntone.
William Walle.
John de Clone.
Robert at the Tonishende.
Nicholas de Cardyntone.
Griffin de Alberburi.
Thomas de Strode.
Thomas Picharde.
William Hamenasche.
Ralph Hamenasche.
John de Etone.
Symon de Kynardesleie.
William de Follebrigge.
John Penezorde.
John Vise de Shellewike.
John Clone.
Nicholas ap Seiselde.
Thomas de Asteleye.
Richard Bache de Cowerne.
John de Waterdene.
John de Eye.
Gervase de Clone.
Richard de Falleie.
John Bruyn.
John de Pauntone.
William le Yonge.
Philip de Kyntone.
Walter Paul.
Henry Holkyn.
William Hed de Monyntone.
Walter Ado.
Nicholas le Bruth.
Richard Welde.
William Sheld.
John Marchal.
John de Stodemersche.
Robert Reyner.
Richard de Bokelonde.
William Doverdale.
Roger de Morcote.
William de Lyntone.
Robert de Stokelowe.
William de Marcle.
Robert de Marcle.
William de Penbrugge.
John de Kyngestone.
Richard Croware.
John de Marteley.
John Clerk de Webbeleie.
Roger de Westone.
John Capele.
John Chulie.
John le Taillour.
John de la More.
William de Herdewike.
John, s. of Thomas de Layntworthe.

Episcopi Herefordensis. 191

John Davison, Cov. and Lich. dioc. (l. d.).
Griffin ap Yeuan, Lland dioc. (l. d.).
John Wyot, Cov. and Lich. dioc. (l. d.).
Thomas Russhoe, Fr. Pr.
Ralph de Brugge, Fr. Min.
Brian, can. of Wormesley.
John de Monytone, Ystrad Margel abb.

SUBDEACONS.

Walter Quentone de Leominstre. [1]
Thomas de Bartone.
John Hulle.
Thomas Foleman.
William Brochamptone.
William le Mercer.
John Dutitone.
John Wynter.
David de Ulleburi.
Roger de Meole.
Walter Paulyn.
William Arewy.
Stephen Derlynge.
Thomas de Leutehale.
Nicholas Smalmorel.
William de la Felde.
Walter Henries.
Geoffrey le Cartere.
John de Plonelde.
Walter Crumpe.
Robert de Cowarne.
Thomas atte Putte.
Adam de Maddeleie.
William le Parsones.
John Morhamptone.

[1] All by ti. pa.

Peter Kynor de Erclesle, S. Frideswyde pr.
Richard le Passour de Bradewardyn, Cresswell pr.
Richard de la Grene de Dymmoke, ti. pa.
Williana de la Lowe de Cardyntone, hosp. S. John Bapt., Shrewsbury.
William le Coke de Newent, Cov. and Lich. dioc., ti. pa.
Clemens de Westone, rect. of S. Martin, Worc.
Thomas de Astone, sacris. of Worthin.
John Pennbrugge de Cleangre, dean and chapter, Heref.
William de la More, Cov. and Lich. dioc. (l. d.), S. Agatha's abb., Yorkshire.
John de Longhtone, hosp. S. John, Shrewsbury.
William Prene, hosp. S. John, Shrewsbury.
Richard le Forestere de Ledburi, hosp. S. Mary Magd., Bristol.
Alexander de Wodebury, Cresswell pr.
Philip Soke, Bruera abb.
John le Deyer de Knyghetone, Llanthony pr. in Wales.
Edmund Toneleye de Clone, hosp. S. John, Shrewsbury.

192 Registrum Thome de Charlton.

William Faber de Bergeveny, Lland. dioc. (l. d.), ti. pa.
John Dameron, hosp. S. John Jerus.
Richard le Taillour de Maddeleie, Cresswell pr.
Thomas de la Felde, hosp. S. John Bapt., Bath.
John de Wirkebroke, Dore abb.
Roger Morys de Burghulle, Wenlock pr.
William de Lattone, Salis. dioc. (l. d.), hosp. S. John, Cricklade.
Richard le Mason de Clifforde, Cresswell pr.
Walter Ketforde, Flaxley abb.
Ralph Goselynge de Andevere, Wynton. dioc. (l. d.), Monmouth pr.
John le Tannere de Novo Burgo, Lland. dioc. (l. d.), ti. pa.
William le Spicer, hosp. S. Katherine, Ledbury.
William ap Yeuan de Lanteilon, Lland. (l. d.), ti. pa.
Henry de Beckeforde, rect. of Kyrnynge, Norwic. dioc.
John atte Tonne de Alnedeleye, Cov. and Lich. dioc. (l. d.), hosp. H. Trin., Bridgnorth.
Robert de Peltone, Salis. dioc. (l. d.), hosp. S. John, Cricklade.
Richard de Bradeforde, rect. of Sudbury.
Richard de la Barre, rect. of Lanrenny, S. David's dioc. (l. d.).
John ap David de Landewy, Lland. dioc. (l. d.), ti. pa.
Elias Musart de Strengeshame, Worc. dioc. (l. d.), ti. pa.
Robert de Bleclynge, Robert de Botulftone, William de Clifforde, Walter de Wikehame, Dore abb.
Henry de Lichesfelde, Wenlock pr.
Henry de Swyndone, Winchcombe abb., Worc. dioc. (l. d.).

DEACONS.

Thomas de Walleforde. [1]
William de Bodenhame.
William de Lyngeyn.
John Baderon.
Gervase de la Putte.
Philip Neutone.
Griffin de Waterdene.
John de Solleye.
John de Lydeburi.
Peter Willyes de Boseburi.
Robert de Knolle.
Robert de la Grene.
Ralph de Bonshulle.

[1] All by ti. pa.

Edward de Sheyntone, rect. of Eastnor.
John Boterel de Bradewardyn, Cresswell pr.
William Fraunces, Cov. and Lich. dioc. (l. d.), hosp. S. John, Shrewsbury.
John Gy, Lland. dioc., Margam abb.
John Thurbarne, Chirbury

Episcopi Herefordensis. 193

Walter de Abyndone, Salis. dioc. (l. d.), dean and chapter, Heref.
John Walteres de Colne S. Alwyny, Walter Wyllies de Cundicote, John le Mercer de Welyntone, Worc. dioc. (l. d.), hosp. S. John Jerus.
Robert Bradewater de Eggeworthe, Worc. dioc. (l. d.), Godstow nunnery.
Lewelin de Wynstone, S. David's dioc. (l. d.), Cresswell pr.
John de Okebourne, Lland. dioc. (l. d.), ti. pa.
Ralph Won, Exon. dioc. (l. d.), Bodmin pr.
William Cosyngtone de Lodelowe, Chirbury pr.
Llewelin ap Adam de Penros, Lland. dioc., ti. pa.
Thomas Stevens de Eggeworthe, rect. of Winston, Worc. dioc. (l. d.).
John de Donne, rect. of Welsh Bicknor.
Thomas de Hortesleye, rect. of Letton.
Nicholas de Affcotet, Wenlock pr.
John de Malmesbury, can. of Wormesley.
William de Alicestre, Winchcombe abb., Worc. dioc. (l. d.).

PRIESTS.

Edgar de Stanforde, can. Heref. [1]
Richard Balle.
John Kempe de Leominstre.
Roger Larke.
William Goldsmyth.
Richard Oseborn.
John Wallewei de Eitone.
John le White.
John le Walker.
William de Treget.
Roger Lacy.
John Poche.
William Alayn.
Walter de Motelowe.
Roger de Ticledowardyn.
Thomas Alymonde.
John Balle.

[1] All by ti. pa.

Roger de Stapelbrugge, Salis. dioc. (l. d.), of bishop's household.
Richard de la More, S. John Evangelist pr., Brecon.
Roger Whippe, Cresswell pr.
Philip de Medewelye, Cov. and Lich. dioc. (l. d.), hosp. H. Trin., Bridgnorth.
Richard de Blakemore, Cresswell pr.
John Page, Worc. dioc. (l. d.), ti. pa.
John de la Broke, hosp. S. John Bapt., Shrewsbury.
William, s. of Philip de Malmeshulle, Cresswell pr.
John Pof de Newent, Llanthony by Glouc.
John, s. of Stephen de Grosmont, Lland. dioc. (l. d.), ti. pa.
John le Muleward de Wormyntone, Worc. dioc. (l. d.), ti. pa.

194 Registrum Thome de Charlton.

John Stevenes de Willarseye, Worc. dioc. (l. d.), Keynsham abb.
Henry de Wynstone, John Wylnol de Ekyntone, Worc. dioc. (l. d.), ti. pa.
William Humon de Doddeleye, Worc. dioc. (l. d.), Cresswell pr.
John Bousquier de Clive, Worc. dioc. (l. d.), Winchecombe abb.
Walter Baret de Dumbletone, Worc. dioc. (l. d.), ti. pa.
John de Hyndelep, Worc. dioc. (l. d.), Llanthony pr. by Glouc.
Edward Strode de Netherburi, Salis. dioc. (l. d.), hosp. S. John, Lechelade.
John Bamptone de Rosyndone, Worc. dioc. (l. d.), Bruera abb.
William de Dyliwe, Thomas le Hunte, Bankyn de Marchia, Fr. Aust., Ludlow.
Nicholas Inkev, Monmouth pr.
Hugh de Worme, Stephen de Ewing, Dore abb.
John de Allertone, Ystrad Margel abb.
Robert de Dilewe, Fr. Pr., Heref.

ORDINATION IN THE CATHEDRAL, JUNE 7, 1343.

ACOLYTES.

John de Wodehous.
Roger Gernone.
Robert Worthyn.
William Gamel.
Richard Fot.
Philip Blauet.
Nicholas de Worthyn.
John Wateres.
Walter de Stanforde.
Philip le Taillour.
David Adderleye.
John le Hunte.
John Pencoyde.
Robert Heytone de Lodelowe.
John du Straddulle.
Hugh Pistor de Clone.
John de Bokunhulle.
William de Clontone.
Walter Huwettes.
Reginald de Yorkelstone.
William de la Crose.
Hugh Bottefelde de Strettone.
Roger de Harpetone.
William Don de Clone.
John Badde.
John Reynaldes.
Llewelin Blakebache.
Edmund de Bradefelde.
John le Proude.
John, s. of Hugh.
Richard atte Mulle.
Hugh Kempe.
John Meynstone.
John de Clonburi.
John Janekynes.
John de Radenore.
Thomas Hasard.
Thomas le Corour.

Episcopi Herefordensis. 195

John Heynes.
Roger de Morehamptone.
Thomas de Buterleye.
Simon de Corndale.
Gilbert Flemmynge.
William de Ewias.
Andrew Shirreves.
John de Etone.
William Meredithe.
Robert de la Boure.
Thomas de Bollinghope.
Hugh de Roke.
Nicholas de Stoke.
Richard de Midwode.
John Broun.
Richard de Cradoke.
William le Smethe.
Thomas le Mason.
John de Leynthale.
Robert de Crofte.
John de la Broke.
Henry de Berne.
Richard Carbonel.
Roger de Wygemore.
John le Blake.
William Orchard.
Philip Frisselle.
Richard de Hopesolers.
Richard Egebaldenhame.
William Coke.
Peter de Malmeshulle Lacy.
John Lude.
John Deweswalle.
John de Wrothe.
Richard de Barewe.
William de Hamme.
John de Gernone.
John Gold.
Richard Aytrop.
Stephen le Tongue.
Richard de Wodemantone.
John Page.
William de Affecote.
Walter Seisel.
John de Orletone.
Richard de Arclestone.
William Fillet.
John Rogers.
Hugh de Otleye.
William Hanleye.
John Oweyn.
Roger More.
Henry Warde.
Roger Whitney de Pencoumbe.
Walter Marchaunt.
Philip de Walcote.
John Powys.
John Blac.
Philip de Eckeleye.
William Almalie.
William de Deweswalle.
Henry de Withyntone.
John de Kyngestone.
John de Tatyntone.
William le Confere.
Richard de Maddeleye, John de la More, Fr. Pr.
Nicholas de Pontesburi, Ystrad Margel abb.
William de Fontibus, Alberbury abb.
William de Pontefracte, Wenlock pr.
Roger de Buyrleye, Adam de Middeltone, can. of Wigmore.
John de Cardigan, Fr. Min.

196 Registrum Thome de Charlton.

SUBDEACONS.

William, s. of Robert de Biforde. [1]
Ralph de Hamenasshe.
John de Etone.
Roger Coke.
Hugh Fot.
Cadogan de Parthloge
Henry Palmere.
Thomas Caunville.
David de Maynstone.
Thomas de Sibaldescote.
Adam Ladiwalle de Thynhghulle.
Philip Treberin.
Walter Dameron.
John Dun.
Richard Welde.
Henry Warde de Tedestile.
William Wilkynes.
Nicholas Eynon de Tattone.
Roger de Calbarewe.
Thomas Mail.
Walter Rogeres.
Robert de Plounelde.
William Trewelove.
Thomas le Mercer de Ros.
Huhn Parthloge.
Richard Miller.
Hugh de Nortone.

[1] All by ti. pa.

John de la Broke, Clifford pr.
William le Merle de Petreschirche, chantry in Fownhope and ti. pa.
Richard le Brute de Aumeneye Crucis, Worc. dioc. (l. d.), ti. pa.
John Boner, Cresswell pr.
Nicholas Ercheband, Worc. dioc. (l. d.), Godstow nunnery.
Adam de Piritone, Clifford pr.
David ap Lewelvn de Comihon, S. David's dioc. (l. d.), Llanthony Prima pr.
John de la More, rect. of More.
William, s. of John de Presthemede, pap. prov. by Wigmore abb.
John Hergaste, pap. prov. and ti. pa.
John Galeys de Knulle, Cumhyr abb.
Jacob de Sellac, Cresswell pr.
John de Paunton, hosp. S. John Bapt., Shrewsbury.
Richard Saundres, Cresswell pr.
Geoffrey de Crugyon, Alburbury abb.
John de Newechirche, Cresswell pr.
Walter Broun, pap. prov. by Keynsham abb.
Thomas de la Hay, hosp. S. Giles, Shrewsbury.
John Dun de Salopia, Cov. and Lich. dioc. (l. d.), S. John Bapt., Shrewsbury.
John de Penborresoke, Heref. pr.
Roger de Weston, Dore abb.
John de Grosmont, Lland. dioc. (l. d.), ti. pa.

Episcopi Herefordensis. 197

Richard Corbet, Ystrad Margel abb.
Thomas Waynel, John de la Tour, Wenlock pr.
John de Longeneye, Flexley abb.
Brian de Solers, can. of Wormesleye.
Philip de Buytone, William de Kyderminstre, can. of Wigmore.
Richard Plounelde, Fr. Min.

DEACONS.

Stephen Derlinge. [1]
John de Morehampton.
John de Meolbracy.
William de la Felde.
Nicholas Smalmorel.
Roger Martyn.
Thomas de Bartone.
Walter de Quentone.
John Wynter.
Thomas de la Putte.
Giles Arvy.
Thomas Foleman.
David de Oleburi.
William le Mercere.
John Horsmon.
Walter de Stoctone.
William de Brokamtone.
Walter Henries.
John de Doditone.
Roger de Sellac.
Adam de Maddeleye.
Walter Crumpe.

[1] All by ti. pa.

William Hereford de Borestalle, vicar of Overewynchedone, Linc. dioc, (l. d.).
Richard le Mason de Clifforde, Cresswell pr.
John Penebrugge de Clehangre, dean and chapter, Heref.
John le Deyere de Knyhgtetone, Llanthony Prima pr.
William ap Teuan, John ap David, Lland. dioc. (l. d.), ti. pa.
John de Wirkebroce, Dore abb.
William le Spicer, hosp. S. Katherine, Ledbury.
Roger Moryce, Wenlock pr.
William le Coke de Neuport, Cov. and Lich. dioc., hosp. S. John, Stafford.
William de Pipurtone, S. David's dioc. (l. d.), ti. pa.
Alexander de Wodeburi, Cresswell pr.
William de la Lowe, hosp. S. John Bapt., Shrewsbury.
Thomas de la Felde, hosp. S. John Bapt., Bath.
Thomas de Astone, sacrist. in Worthyn.
John de Loghtone, hosp. S. John Bapt., Shrewsbury.
Robert Burnel, Cov. and Lich. dioc. (l. d.), Buildwas abb.
William de Preone, Edmund Toneleye de Clone, hosp. S. John Bapt., Shrewsbury.

198 Registrum Thome de Charlton.

Robert Parys de Hodenet, Cov. and Lich. dioc. (l. d.), hosp. S. John Bapt., Shrewsbury.
Richard le Taillur de Maddeleye, Cresswell pr.
Richard de Stoke Edithe, dean and chapter, Heref.
Philip Stoke de Wormesleye, Bruera abb.
Richard Ketforde, dean and chapter, Heref.
William de la More, Cov. and Lich. dioc. (l. d.), hosp. H. Trin., Bridgnorth.
Richard le Forester de Ledburi, hosp. S. Mary Magd., Bristol.
John Dameron, hosp. S. John Jerus.
William Dimmok, rect. of Lancaut.
William de Lattone, Solis. dioc. (l. d.), hosp. S. John, Cricklade.
William Faber de Bergegeny, Lland. dioc. (l. d.) ti. pa.
William de Leynthale, Heref. pr.
John de Kyntone, John Burnel, Ystrad Margel abb.
Robert Crisp, hosp. S. Oswald, Glouc., Ebor. dioc. (l. d.).
John de Stanleye, Flexley abb.
Robert Bliklynge, Robert de Botelstone, William de Clifford, Walter de Wykhame, Dore abb.

PRIESTS.

John de Lideburi. [1]
John Hulle de Ewithyntone.
Gervase de la Putte.
Philip, s. of Roger de Broctone.
Thomas de Pleyeleye.
Robert de la Grene.
Solomon Smallache.
William Lyngeyn.
William de Bodenhame.
Robert de Knolle.
Peter Willies.
Philip de Neutone.
John Baderon.
John atte Mersshe.
Ralph Bunshulle.
John de Solleye.
Griffin de Waterdene.
John Skydemor.

[1] All by ti. pa.

William Fraunceys de Welyntone, Cov. and Lich. dioc. (l. d.), hosp. S. John Bapt., Shrewsbury.
John Boterel de Bradewardyn (l. d.), dean and chapter, Heref.
Lewelin ap Adam de Penros, Lland. dioc. (l. d.), ti. pa.
William Dolby, Worc. dioc. (l. d.), Bruera abb.
John de Okebourne, Lland. dioc. (l. d.), ti. pa.
Hugh Berde, Cov. and Lich. dioc. (l. d.), hosp. S. John Bapt., Shrewsbury.
Richard Vachan, vic. of Crughowel, S. David's dioc. (l. d.).
Henry de Whiteneye, Cresswell pr.

Episcopi Herefordensis. 199

John Heynes de Okyntone, Worc. dioc. (l. d.) ti. pa.
Laurence Pride, can. of Haughmond, Cov. and Lich. dioc. (l. d.).
John de Malmesburi, can. of Wormesley.
Henry Gyldyne, Fr. Min.

ORDINATION IN CHAPEL OF HYNEHAM BY GLOUCESTER, SEPT. 20, 1343.

ACOLYTES.

William de Cherletone, can. Heref.
John Wistanstowe.
John Williams.
Thomas de Sarnesfelde.
Rees Orcop.
Roger de Wenlac.
John Felawe.
William Lingeyn.
Ivor de Stoke.
William Lorecote.
Adam de Mulle.
William, s. of Richard de Maddeleye.
William de Hattone.
Hugh de Nortone.
Richard Silvestre.
Hugh de Acton Rounde.
Thomas Hockeleye.
John Sandwiche.
John de Faukoner.
John de Dene.
Philip de Chestre.
Hugh de Caus.
David ap Jeuan.
Roger Henneberewe.
William Monioye.
Richard Arnalde.
Walter de Blathyntone.
Thomas Farleye.
William Doditone de Wenlac.
Geoffrey Murdac, Linc dioc., ti. pa.
John, s. of John Eliot de Clanfelde, John de Langeforde, Linc. dioc. (l. d.).
John del Wynnarde, Thomas le Duke, Ebor. dioc. (l. d.).
Nicholas Richemon, Linc. dioc. (l. d.).
John Richardes, Lland. dioc. (l. d.).
John Madynes de Worthyn.
William de Howetone, William de Bedeforde, William de Barstaple, John Wistanestone, Fr. Min.
John de Stauntone, Richard de Bosleye, Fr. Pr.
John de Stanleye, Glouc. abb.

SUBDEACONS.

Walter de Presthemede, David Vachan, John Maiel, John de la Wode, John de Clonburi, Thomas Barre, Thomas de Buterleye, ti. pa.

200 Registrum Thome de Charlton.

Simon Daniel, Cresswell pr.
Nicholas de Cardyntone, hosp. S. John Bapt., Shrewsbury.
Nicholas Wilemot de Brockebi, Linc. dioc. (l. d.), S. James' abb., Norhamptone.
William Filet, Buildwas abb.
Richard le Pottere, Cov. and Lich. dioc. (l. d.), Buildwas abb.
Richard de Malmeshulle, Dore abb.
Henry Humphrey de Shirebourne, Worc. dioc. (l. d.), ti. pa.
John le Longe, Cov. and Lich. dioc. (l. d.), hosp. H. Trin., Bridgnorth.
Walter Shireve, dean and chapter, Heref.
Richard de Egehaldenhame, William de Affecote, hosp. S. John Bapt., Shrewsbury.
Philip le Mason de Munchenehamptone, Worc. dioc., chantry in Aston.
Hugh Cobbewalle, dean and chapter, Heref.
John Tilour, Assav. dioc. (l. d.), Ystrad Margel abb.
Roger de Burleye, Adam de Middeltone, can. of Wigmore.
John de Wantynge, John de Hee, Fr. Carm.
John Mayon, Thomas de Prestone, Fr. Min.
John de Lecche, Glouc. abb.
William de Pounfret, Wenlock pr.
Roger de Ercalewe, Thomas de Evershawe, Fr. Pr.

DEACONS.

Thomas le Mercer de Ros. [1]
Richard le Mulewarde.
Adam Ladiwelle.
Walter Paulyn.
Hugh Fot.
John de Etone.
Thomas Caunville.
Walter Rogeres.
Walter Dameron.
Thomas Moil.
Roger Coke.
William, s. of Robert de Biforde.
Thomas de Sibaldescote.
Richard Welde.
Roger de Calbarewe.
Thomas le Wolf.
William Wilkynes.
William le Herl.
John de Parthloge.
John Dun.
David de Maynstone.
Nicholas Eynon de Tattone.
Hugh de Nortone.
Henry le Palmere.

[1] All by ti. pa.

Robert Andrew de Bodicote, Linc. dioc. (l. d.), Wroxton pr.
Thomas de la Hay, hosp. S. Giles, Shrewsbury.
Nicholas de Fogushulle, Salis. dioc. (l. d.), chantry of S. Mary de la Broke.

Episcopi Herefordensis. 201

Richard le Brute de Aumeney Crucis, Worc. dioc. (l. d.), ti. pa.
Geoffrey Crugyon, Alburbury abb.
John le Baker de Grosmont, Lland. dioc. (l. d.).
John de la Broke, Clifford pr.
Walter atte Grene de Nortone, Ebor. dioc. (l. d.), hosp. S. Oswald, Glouc.
Jacob de Ondeslowe, Worc. dioc. (l. d.), Keynsham abb.
John Galeys de Knulle, Cwmhir abb.
William de Penborresoke, Heref. pr.
Richard Saundres, John Boner, Cresswell pr.
John de Pauntone, hosp. S. John Bapt., Shrewsbury.
John de Newchirche, Richard le Passur de Bradewardyn, Cresswell pr.
John Dun de Salopie, Cov. and Lich. dioc. (l. d.), hosp. S. John, Shrewsbury.
William Geoffrey, Worc. dioc. (l. d.), hosp. S. John Jerus.
Jacob de Sellac, Cresswell pr.
Roger Broun de Knokyn, Assav. dioc. (l. d.), hosp. S. John Bapt., Shrewsbury.
Adam de Piritone, Cresswell pr.
John Hergast, pap. prov. and ti. pa.
John de Aula, Cov. and Lich. dioc. (l. d.), hosp. S. John Bapt., Shrewsbury.
Brian de Solers, can. of Wormesley.
Richard de Bradeforde, rect. of Sudbury.
Philip de Butone, can. of Wigmore.
Thomas de Coumbe, Fr. Carm.
William de Pershore, can. of Killingworth (l. d.).
John de Bereford, John de Beverleye, Richard de Walyntone, Glouc. abb. (l. d.).
Henry de Fordyntone, Thomas Russhoc, Fr. Pr.
John de Salopia, Henry de Lichesfelde, Wenlock pr.

PRIESTS.

John Wynter. [1]
Thomas de la Putte.
Nicholas Smalmorel.
William de Brokamtone.
David Olleburi.
William de la Felde.
Thomas Bartone.
Stephen Derlinge.
Roger de Meolebracy.
Roger Martyn.
William le Parsones de Zeddefen.
Walter Crump.
John de Morehamptone.
Richard de la Grene.
William le Mercer.
John de Eckeleye.
Roger de Sellac.

[1] All by ti. pa.

202 Registrum Thome de Charlton.

Edward de Sheynton, rect. of Eastnor.
Robert Burnel, Cov. et Lich. dioc. (l. d.), Buildwas abb.
Thomas de Astone, sacris. in Worthyn.
William Preone, hosp. S. John, Shrewsbury.
Philip Stoke de Wormesleye, Bruera abb.
Richard Ketforde, vicar choral, Heref.
William ap Jeuan de Lantelion, Lland. dioc. (l. d.), ti. pa.
John atte Bertone, Ebor. dioc. (l. d.), hosp. S. Oswald, Glouc.
Roger Morys de Burghulle, Wenlock pr.
John le Deyere de Knightetone, Llanthony Prima pr.
David de Methenny, Lland. dioc. (l. d.), ti. pa.
Thomas de Huntesleye, rect. of Letton.
William de Lattone, Salis. dioc. (l. d.), hosp. S. John, Cricklade.
William Spicer, hosp, S. Katherine, Ledbury.
Thomas de la Felde, hosp. S. John Bapt., Bath.
William Dymmoke, rect. of Lancaut.
William de Pipertone, S. David's dioc. (l. d.), ti. pa.
Richard le Mason, Cresswell pr.
Richard Chapeleyn de Bodicote, Linc. dioc. (l. d.), Stonely abb.
Henry Attewelle de Rodestone Linc. dioc. (l. d.), Ashby Canons.
Edmund Toneleye, hosp. S. John Bapt., Shrewsbury.
Robert Parys de Hodinet, Cov. and Lich. dioc. (l. d.), hosp. S. John Bapt., Shrewsbury.
Richard le Taillur de Maddeleye, Cresswell pr.
John Penebrugge de Clehangre, dean and chapter, Heref.
John Dameron, hosp. S. John Jesus.
John de Edenesdone, William de Beistan, Cov. and Lich. dioc. (l. d.), hosp. S. John Bapt., Shrewsbury.
Alexander de Wodebury, Cresswell pr.
John de Hermodesworthe, rect. of Woodham Mortimer, Lond. dioc. (l. d.).
John de Longeneye, Flexley abb.
Stephen Clericus, John Durneforde, Fr. Min.
Richard de Burtone, Hugh Gyon, Gregory de Salopia, John de Codeley, Fr. Pr.
Henry de Lee, John le Say, can. of Haughmond.
John de Keyneforde, Fr. Herem.
Robert Crisp, can. of S. Oswald, Glouc., Ebor. dioc. (l. d.).
Nicholas de Affecote, Wenlock pr.

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