Register of Bishop William Courtenay

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The Canterbury and York Society.
GENERAL EDITOR: REV F. N. DAVIS.

DIOCESE OF HEREFORD.
CANTERBURY AND YORK SERIES.-VOL. XV.

Registrum Willelmi de Courtenay,
EPISCOPI HEREFORDENSIS,
A.D. MCCCLXX- MCCCLXXV.

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.
MDCCCCXIV.

PREFACE.

There is little evidence in the short register of Courtenay of any personal action in the diocese of Hereford, except in the lists of ordinations, which are unusually full, containing in the earlier pages the names of many persons connected with the diocese of Exeter, whom at the Bishop's request he ordained for him at Tiverton. The notable incidents in his career belong almost entirely to the period of his tenure of the See of London or to his official life as Primate at Canterbury, and there seems no reason for mentioning them here.

Registrum Willelmi de Courtenay, Episcopi Herefordensis, A.D. 1370-1375.

Fol. 1. REGISTRUM VENERABILIS IN CHRISTO PATRIS, DOMINI WILLELMI DE COURTENEY, DEI GRACIA HEREFORDENSIS EPISCOPI, QUI VICESIMO OCTAVO ETATIS SUE ANNO PER SANCTISSIMUM IN CHRISTO PATREM AC DOMINUM, DIVINA PROVIDENCIA PAPAM URBANUM QUINTUM, DE CONSILIO ET ASSENSU SANCTE ROMANE ECCLESIE CARDINALIUM, DISPENSACIONE SUPER ETATIS DEFECTU PREOPTENTA, HEREFORDENSI FUIT PREFECTUS ECCLESIE IN EPISCOPUM ET PASTORUM.

A.D. 1369. Aug. 17.- Pope Urban V, intending to appoint to the bishopric of Hereford by provision William de Courtenay, canon of York, being only 25 years of age, grants a formal dispensation for his relief.

Urbanus, episcopus, servus servorum Dei, dilecto filio, Willelmo Courteney, canonico Eboracensi, legum doctori, salutem et apostolicam benediccionem. Divine supereminencia largitatis nonnunquam sic in multis gracie sue dona diffundit quod eciam in annis minoribus constituti, per literarum scienciam et aliarum virtutum merita defectum suplentes etatis, ad dignitatum merentur culmina promoveri. Cum itaque nos ecclesie Herefordensi, pastoris ad presens solacio destitute, de persona tua preter grandia dona virtutum, quibus personam ipsam, prout testimoniis fidedignis accepimus, Altissimus insignivit, intendamus hodie providere, tuque paciaris in etate defectum, cum in vicesimo octavo etatis tue anno constitutus existas, nos sperantes quod tu per huiusmodi tua merita et alia tibi affutura suffragia eris eidem ecclesie, auctore Domino, multipliciter fructuosus, tecum ut defectu predicto necnon Lateranensis concilii et quibuscumque aliis constitucionibus apostolicis ac statutis et consuetudinibus ipsius ecclesie contrariis, juramento, confirmacione apostolica, vel quacumque firmitate alia roboratis, nequaquam obstantibus, curam regiminis et administracionis eiusdem ecclesie libere suscipere, illamque in spiritualibus et temporalibus gerere et exercere, licite valeas auctoritate apostolica tenore presencium dispensamus. Nulli ergo homini liceat hanc paginam nostre dispensacionis infringere vel ei ansu temerario contraire. Siquis

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A.D. 1369. autem hoc attemptare presumpserit, indignacionem omnipotentis Dei et beatorum Petri et Pauli, apostolorum ejus, se noverit incursurum. Datum Viterbii, xvi kal. Septembris, pontificatus nostri anno septimo.

Aug. 17.- Pope Urban having long before reserved the right of nominating a successor to Lewis, late bishop of Hereford, now appoints William Courtenay, of whose merits he has ample evidence.

Urbanus, episcopus, etc., dilecto filio, Willermo Courteney, electo Herefordensi, salutem, etc. Apostolatus officium quamquam insufficientibus meritis nobis ex alto commissum, quo ecclesiarum omnium regimini presidemus, utiliter exequi, coadjuvante Domino, cupientes soliciti corde reddimur ut, cum de ipsarum regiminibus agitur committendis, tales cis in pastores preficere studeamus qui commissum sibi gregem dominicum sciant non solum doctrina Fol. 2. verbi set exemplo boni operis informare, commissasque sibi ecclesias in statu pacifico et tranquillo velint et valeant, duce Domino, gubernare. Dudum siquidem, bone memorie Ludovico episcopo regimini Herefordensis ecclesie presidente, nos cupientes eidem ecclesie, cum illam vacare contingeret, utilem et ydoneam per apostolice sedis providenciam preesse personam, provisionem ejusdem ecclesie ordinacioni et disposicioni nostre ea vice duximus specialiter reservandam, decernentes extunc irritum et inane si secus super hiis per quoscumque, quavis auctoritate, scienter vel ignoranter, contingeret attemptari. Postmodum vero dicta ecclesia per obitum ipsius Ludovici episcopi, qui extra Romanam curiam diem clausit extremum vacante, nos vacacione huiusmodi fidedignis relatibus intellecta ad ipsius ecclesie provisionem celerem et felicem, de qua nullus preter nos intromittere potuit neque potest, reservacione et decreto obsistentibus supradictis, ne ecclesia ipsa longe vacacionis subjaceret incommodis, paternis et solicitis studiis intendentes, post deliberacionem quam de proficiendo eidem ecclesie personam huiusmodi cum fratribus nostris habuimus diligentem, demum ad te, canonicum Eboracensem, legum doctorem, in presbiteratus ordine constitutum, vite ac morum honestate decorum, in spiritualibus providum et in temporalibus circumspectum, aliisque multiplicium virtutum donis, prout testimonio fidedignorum accepimus, insignitum direximos oculos nostre mentis, quibus omnibus debita meditacione pensatis, de persona tua, nobis et eisdem fratribus

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A.D. 1369. ob dictorum tuorum exigenciam meritorum accepta, eidem ecclesie de dictorum fratrum consilio auctoritate apostolica providemus, teque illi preficimus in episcopum et pastorem, curam et administracionem ipsius ecclesie tibi in spiritualibus et temporalibus plenarie committendo, in illo qui dat gracias et largitur premia confidentes quod prefata ecclesia sub tuo felici regimine, gracia tibi assistente divina, prospere dirigetur et grata, in eisdem spiritualibus et temporalibus suscipiet increments. Jugum igitur Domini tuis impositum humeris prompta devocione suscipiens curam et administracionem predictas sic exercere studeas fideliter et prudenter quod ipsa Herefordensis ecclesia gubernatori provido et fructuoso administratori gaudeat se commissam, tuque preter eterne retribucionis premium nostram et sedis predicte benediccionem et graciam exinde uberius consequi merearis. Datum Viterbii, xvj kal. Septembris, pontificatus nostri anno septimo.

Dec. 19.- The Pope grants to William, bishop elect, the privilege of having religious services celebrated even in churches subject to an interdict.

Fol. 3b. Urbanus, episcopus, etc., dilecto filio, Willelmo, electo Herefordensi, salutem, etc. Devocionis tue sinceritas promeretur ut votis tuis in hiis presertim que ad tue salutem anime cedere valeant, quantum cum Deo possumus, favorabiliter annuamus. Tuis igitur supplicacionibus inclinati, auctoritate tibi presencium indulgemus, ut si forsan ad loca ecclesiastico interdicto supposita te contigerit declinare, liceat tibi in illis, clausis januis, excommunicatis et interdictis exclusis, non pulsatis campanis et submissa voce celebrare, ac in tua et eciam familiarium tuorum domesticorum presencia, missam et alia divina officia facere celebrari, dummodo tu vel illi causam non dederitis interdicto, nec id tibi vel illis contigerit specialiter interdici. Nulli ergo, etc. Si quis autem, etc. Datum Rome spud sanctum Petrum, xiiij kal. Januarii, pontificatus nostri anno viij.

A.D. 1370. Mar. 19.- The bishop elect appoints Adam Eseger and Richard de la Barre, canons of Hereford, together with John Codeford and Philip de la More, as his vicars general during his absence from his diocese.

Willelmus, permissione divina Herefordensis episcopus dilectis in Christo filiis, domino Ade Eseger ac magistro Ricardo de la Barre,

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A.D. 1370. canonicis ecclesie nostre cathedralis Herefordensis, ac magistro Johanni Codeford, legum doctori, et Philippo de la More, prebendario in ecclesia sancti Probi in Cornubia, Exoniensis diocesis clerico, salutem, etc. Cum propter diversa ecclesie nostre predicte negocia necessaria et ardua, cujus curam et regimen licet immeriti anxilio divino suscepimus gubernandum, a nostra diocesi pro tempore oporteat nos abesse, cupientes subditorum nostrorum pro suis celeriter expediendis negociis, quantum possumus, interim parcere laboribus et expensis, de vestrisque fidelitate et industria plurimum confidentes, vos et vestrum quemlibet conjunctim, quamdiu extra nostram diocesim fuerimus, nostros tenore presencium constituimus vicarios generales, concedentes vobis et vestrum cuilibet plenam potestatem personas ydoneas ad quecumque beneficia ecclesiastica in nostra diocesi, jam vacancia seu vacatura ex causis permutacionis vel alio modo qualitercumque, dum nos ut premittitur abesse contingat, nobis hactenus canonice presentatas seu presentandas, admittendi, ipsasque cum suis juribus et pertinenciis universis canonice instituendi in eisdem, etc.; necnon omnia alia et singula faciendi, exequendi, at expediendi in premissis quo ad legem diocesanam quomodolibet pertinere poterunt aut debebunt; dedicacionibus seu consecracionibus ecclesiarum, nostre diocesis visitacione, eleccionum confirmacionibus seu infirmacionibus, ac eciam beneficiorum collacionibus dumtaxat exceptis. In cujus rei testimonium, quia sigillum nostrum ad manus non habemus, sigillum domini archidiaconi Wiltshirie iii ecclesia Sarum presentibus apponi procuravimus. Et nos archidiaconus antedictus ad rogatum specialem dicti patris sigillum nostrum presentibus apposuimus. Datum Londoniis, xix die mensis Marcii, anno Domini MCCClxix, etc.

INCIPIT ANNUS DOMINI MILLESIMUS CCCLXX, ET CONSECRACIONIS DOMINI VENERANDI PATRIS PRIMUS.

Sept. 15.- The bishop is enthroned in the Cathedral church of Hereford.

Fol. 4b. Anno Domini MCCClxx, indiccione viij, pontificatus sanctissimi in Christo patris ac domini nostri, Urbani, divina providencia pape quinti, anno ix, meusis Septembris, die xv, dominos fuit intronizatus ac in pontificalem cathedram ecclesie sue positus per hunc modum. Ipse quidem per medium civitatis, comitante et obviam sibi veniente numerosa populi multitudine, usque ad dictam

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A.D. 1370. ecclesiam nudus pedibus incedens, receptus fuit ad hostium occidentale ipsius ecclesie per decanum, canonicos, et ministros cum processione sollempni, et inde procedens usque ad gradum presbyterii, flexis ibidem genibus et curvato corpore aliquamdiu adoravit ante majus altare, et dictis super ipsum quibusdam oracionibus ad recepcionem talis prelati, ut michi videbatur, congruis, surgens deosculatus est altare et subsequenter admisit ad osculum oris omnes canonicos tunc presentes. Et postea accedens ad vestibulum et ibidem simul cum venerabili et discreto viro, magistro Willelmo de Burmyngeam, sacre pagine professore, dicte ecclesie canonico, personaliter constitutus, presentibus tunc ibidem et advertentibus magistro Henrico de Shiptone, precentore ecclesie supradicte, et magistro Johanne de Codeford, legum doctore, archidiacono Wiltshirie in ecclesia Sarum, protestabatur expresse quod non erat intencionis nec voluntatis sue aliquid ibi facere seu attemptare in prejudicium sive lesionem juris ecclesie metropolitice Cantuariensis nec in prejudicium seu injuriam domini Cantuariensis archidiaconi, adicieus et asserens quod volebat componere cum domino archidiacono, ac de omnibus racione installacionis, induccionis, sive intronizacionis sue eidem archidiacono seu ecclesie Cantuariensi debitis satisfacere; consimili eciam modo protestabatur prefatus magister Burmyngeam per quem, ut dicebatur, dominus extitit inducendus, videlicet quod nec idem magister Willelmus aliquid ibi facere intendebat in prejudicium sive injuriam ecclesie seu archidiaconi Cantuariensis; et premissis hinc inde hujusmodi protestacionibus prefatus W. de Burmyngeam, accedens cum dicto venerabili patri interim pontificalibus induto ad sedem pontificalem infra ecclesiam supradictam, ipsum apprebensa ejus manu in sedem episcopalem collocavit dicens talia verba; auctoritate ecclesie Cantuariensis ego vos induco in corporalem possessionem ipsius ecclesie cum suis juribus et pertinenciis universis et hic vos intronizo. Dominus custodiat introitum tuum et exitum tuum ex hoc nunc et usque in seculum. Et hoc dicto unus e canonicis incepit alta voce ympnum, Te Deum landamus, quem alii circumastantes cantando prosequebantur. T. Tuggel.

Postea ibidem missam sollempniter celebravit et in palacio episcopali in mensa mansit.

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A.D. 1370. Oct. 1.- Walter Wodeward, clerk of Hampton Bishop, is manumitted by the bishop.

Omnibus Christo fidelibus, etc., Willelmus, etc., salutem, etc. Ut dilectus in Christo filius, Walterus Wodeward, clericus, nativus noster in villa sive villagio nostro de Homptone, eo quiecius et liberius suo servire valeat creatori quo ab omni jugo secularis servitutis fuerit liberatus, ipsum ab omni nayvitate et servitute, quantum in nobis est, salvo jure cujuscumque, manumittimus per presentes et plenum concedimus libertatem. In cujus rei, etc. Datum in manerio nostro de Sugwas primo die mensis Octobris, anno Domini MCCClxx et consecracionis nostre primo.

Thomas Spigornel, kinsman of the bishop, is appointed constable of Bishopscastle.

Noverint universi per presentes quod nos Willelmus, etc., dedimus et concessimus dilecto consanguineo nostro, Thome Spigornel, officium constabularie castri nostri de Bysshoppescastel Fol. 5a. in Wallia, habendum etc., ad totem tempus nostrum prout fieri consuevit tempore bone memorie domini Ludovici, immediati predecessoris nostri; ideoque injungimus et mandamus omnibus subditis nostris quorum interesse vertitur in hac parte ut prefato Thome in omnibus que ad hujus officium attinent pareaut, ut convenit, et attendant. Datum sub testimonio sigilli nostri, etc.

Oct. 3.- Richard de la Barre, Thomas de Lexham, John de Codeford, and Philip de la More are appointed vicars general of the diocese during the bishop's absence.

Tercia die mensis Octobris, anno supradicto, dominus in manerio suo de Ros magistros Ricardum de la Barre et Thomam de Lexham, canonicos ecclesie sue Herefordensis, necnon magistros Johannem de Codeford, legum doctorem, et Philippum de la More, prebendarium in ecclesia sancti Probi, Exoniensis diocesis, suos conjunctim et divisim, quamdiu ageret extra diocesim, fecit et constituit vicarios in spiritualibus generales cum potestate admittendi personas ydoneas ad quecumque beneficia, etc., ac omnia, alio et singula, faciendi, etc., que ad officium vicariatus generalis seu legem diocesanam quomodolibet poterunt pertinere, dedicacionibus ecclesiarum, visitacione, eleccionum confirmacionibus seu infirmacionibus, beneficiorumque collacionibus dumtaxat exceptis.

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A.D. 1371. Jan. 6.- Thomas de Lexham is appointed sole vicar general, the commissions of others being withdrawn.

Fol. 5b. Willelmus, etc., magistro Thome de Lexham, decretorum doctori, canonico ecclesie nostre Herefordensis, salutem, etc. Cum de circumspeccione vestra et experta in jure prudencia geramus in Domino fiduciam pleniorem, sperantes quod ea que industrie vestre committimus laudabiliter curabitis adimplere, vos nostrum et ecclesie nostre vicarium generalem in spiritualibus facimus, constituimus, et eciam ordinamus, omnes alios vicarios nostros in spiritualibus tenore presencium revocando, vobisque jurisdiccionem spiritualem in et contra omnes nostros et episcopatus nostri subditos exercendi, necnon de causis spiritualibus et civilibus ad forum ecclesiasticum spectantibus de consuetudine vel de jure, et in aliis que ad vicarium in spiritualibus pertinent cognoscendi vices nostras plenarie committentes, collacionibus beneficiorum ultra valorem quadraginta solidorum nobis specialiter reservatis. In cujus rei, etc. Datum apud Tivertone, vj die mensis Januarii, anno Domini MCCClxx, etc.

Jan. 28.- The bishop of Exeter requests the bishop of Hereford to institute Hugh Gilbert to Thronlegh and John Jolyf to Norweton, after the usual inquiries have been completed.

Fol. 8b. Reverendo in Christo patri ac domino, domino Willelmo, etc., Thomas, etc., Exoniensis episcopus, salutem, etc. Presentavit nobis nobilis vir, dominus Hugo de Courtenay, comes Devonie, dominum Hugonem Gilbert, capellanum, ad ecclesiam parochialem de Thronlegh, nostre diocesis, ut asserit vacantem et ad suam presentacionem spectantem, ut dicit, ac dominus Jacobus de Audeley, miles, dominum Johannem Jolyf, presbyterum, ad ecclesiam parochialem de Norwetone juxta Fremyngtone, vacantem et ad suam, ut asserit, presentacionem spectantem, supplicantes quatinus eosdem presbyteros ad dictas ecclesias admittere et rectores in eisdem [instituere], et cetera peragere in ea parte que ad officium nostrum dinoscuntur pertinere graciose dignaremur. Verum quia regis prepediti negociis expedicioni premissorum prout ad presens intendere non valemus, ad admittendum dictos presentatos et presentaciones ac eciam ad demandandum inquiri de juribus pretensis patronorum predictorum ac meritis pariter presentatorum eorundem, ac super articulis omnibus aliis necessariis in ea parte et consuetis, et si de et super premissis plene fueritis informati, ad admittendum eosdem et

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A.D. 1371. rectores instituendum in ecclesiis antedictis, necnon ad inducendum seu induci faciendum eorum quemlibet in possessionem corporalem earundem ecclesiarum secundum exigenciam presentacionem predictarum, ac eciam ad admittendum resignaciones ecclesiarum earundem, cum per partes ipsas vobis oblate fuerint, seu oblata fuerit una de eisdem, et ad omnia alia et singula faciendum que circa predicta necessaria fuerint seu quomodolibet oportuna, canonicis ipsorum obedienciis jurandis nobis specialiter reservatis, paternitati vestre reverende committimus vices nostras, eidem attencius supplicantes quatinus onus commissionis nostre hujusmodi, si libeat, amplectantes, expeditis negociis huiusmodi, nos de toto processu vestro in hac parte habendo certificare velit eadem vestra paternitas antedicta. Datum Londoniis, xxviij die mensis Januarii, anno Domino MCCClxx, etc. [1]

Feb. 18.- Letter of the bishop of Exeter requesting the bishop of Hereford to hold ordinations for him.

Venerabili in Christo patri ac domino, Willelmo, etc. Thomas, miseracione divina Exoniensis episcopus, salutem, etc. Cum nos extra nostram diocesim diversis et arduis negociis multipliciter occupati in instanti die sabbati temporum, videlicet in prima ebdomada xl proxime futura, pro ordinibus nostris subditis infra nostram diocesim predictam celebrandis vacare personaliter nequeamus, paternitatem vestram attente rogamus et vos tenore presencium ad celebrandos ordines, tam majores quam minores, subditis nostris predictis, tam religiosis quam secularibus, beneficiatis et non beneficiatis, prout expedire videritis, quamdiu a diocesi nostra absentes fuerimus, diebus et locis ad hoc congruis infra nostram diocesim predictam, vices nostras committimus liberales; titulos promotorum hujusmodi nobis in eventu, si libeat, remittentes. Datum Londoniis, xij kal. Marcii, anno Domini MCCClxx, etc.

Feb. 18.- Letter of the bishop of Exeter assuring the bishop of Hereford that he is deeply grateful for services rendered.

Domine et frater in Christo reverende, de immensis laboribus vestris quos alias in diocesi nostra ordines pro nobis celebrando sustinuistis regraciamur pro viribus nostris, ut tenemur, sperantes, quod error scripture diminute, alias paternitati vestre ad celebrandos


[1] The institution to Thronlegh followed in the usual form.

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A.D. 1371. ordines directe et nobis remisse, a mutuo amore preoptento corpora nostra nullatinus segregabit; nam memorie vestre virtus intencione nostra inaudita credimus amicie zelum non descret, set pocius juxta vestri sacrarium pectoris augendo, ut optamus, sollerti studio retinebit. Rogamus ideo fraternitatem vestram omni devocione qua valemus ut omissis sinistris informacionibus quorumcumque nostre commissionis onus quam per latorem presencium vobis destinamus mutua caritate in relevacionem officii nostri exequi dignetur graciose. Et nos parati crimus vestre beneplacita voluntatis cum nobis rescribere volueritis celeriter adimplere. Ad ecclesie vobis commisse regimen et munimen diu et feliciter vos conservet filius virginis gloriosa. Scriptum Londoniis, xij kal. Marcii.

Dec. 3.- A further request from the bishop of Exeter for the conduct of ordinations in his diocese.

Venerabili in Christo patri ac domino, domino Willelmo, etc., Thomas, etc., episcopus Exoniensis, salutem, etc. Cum propter diversa negocia, nos at ecclesiam nostrum tangencia, ac eciam ex precepto regis speciali non possumus ad nostram diocesim declinare, nos utilitati et quieti subditorum nostrorum et illorum infra ceteros qui ad ordines fuerint promovendi, ne pro suscipiendis ordinibus extra nostrum diocesim gravibus fatigentur laboribus et expensis, ad celebrandos ordines tam minores quam majores subditis nostris predictis, tam religiosis quam secularibus, beneficiatis et non beneficiatis, prout expedire videritis, in proximo die sabbati quatuor temporum et loco ad hoc congruo at honesto infra nostram diocesim, paternitati vestre reverende tenore presencium concedimus facultatem, rogantes quatinus onus hujusmodi commissionis nostre benigne subire dignemini, titulos ac nomina per vos sic promotorum nobis, si placet, remittentes. Datum in manerio nostro de Favendone, iij die mensis Decembris, anno Domini MCCClxxj, etc.

Fol. 11. INCIPIT ANNUS DOMINI MILLESIMUS TRECENTESIMUS LXII ET CONSECRACIONIS DOMINI TERCIUS.

A.D. 1372. June 6.- Benediction of Richard Peyt, newly elected abbot of Flaxley.

Fol. 1lb. Vj die mensis Junii, anno Domini supradicto, etc., apud Sugwas dominus Ricardus Peyt, monasterii de Flaxley, Herefordensis

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A.D. 1372. diocesis, electus abbas, fuit per dominum intra missarum solempnia benedictus et professionem in scriptis fecit sub hac forma verborum:- Ego Ricardus, ecclesie sive monasterii de Flaxley, Herefordensis diocesis, electus abbas, profiteor sancte Herefordensi ecclesie, tibique pater Willelme, ejusdem ecclesie episcope, tuisque successoribus in ea canonice substituendis, canonicam in omnibus obedienciam et subjeccionem.

Et idem abbas subsequenter crucem subscripsit talem additis in verbis, salvo ordine meo; presentibus dominis Thoma Peylod, Thoma de Breyntone, at Hugone Frene, vicariis chori ecclesie cathedralis, et aliis. T. Tuggel.

Sept. 9.- Charter of Esmon, earl of Mortimer, granting permission to Philip Grym, his nief of Eardisland, to study for holy orders, the order to be null and void if he is not made a priest.

As toux ceux que cestes nos lettres verrount ou orrunt, Esmon de Mortemer, conte de la Marche et Dulvestre, seigneur de Clare et de Sonnaghe, mareschal dengleterre, salutz en Dieu. Sachez nous avoir grauntez et par oevre de charite conge donez a Phelip Grym, notre neiff de nostro seigneurye de Eordeslane, quil puisse alor as escoles pour aprendres lettres et de receivre seintz ordres quant il sera a ce hable, nyencontresteant sa neiftee, issint toutes foitz que sil ne soit avanciez al ordre de chapellem qua cestes noz lettres soient de nulle value. En tesmoignance de quele chose nous avons fait faire cestes nos lettres patentes. Donne a nostre chastel de Uske le xij jour de Septembre lan du regne nostre seignour le roy Edward tierce puis le conquest quarantisme quinte. Memorandum quod ix die mensis Septembris, anno Domini MCCClxxij dominus in manerio suo de Sugwas contulit Philippo Grym tonsuram clericalem.

A.D. 1373. Feb. 11.-

Fol. 12b. Xj die mensis Februarii, anno Domini MCCClxxij apud Whiteborne, dominus concessit Ricardo de Baskervile specialem honorem quod possit facere celebrari divina in oratorio infra castrum suum de Erdesleye, ad beneplacitum domini duraturum.

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APPENDIX.

INSTITUTIONS AND COLLATIONS.

Unless otherwise stated the benefices are rectories, the persons presented are priests, and the rural deans are usually instructed to induct.

DATE. BENEFICE. PRESENTEE. PATRON.

1370 May 4 Hope Boulers. Thomas. [1]
1370 Sep 4 Bredenbury. [2] William Flechere. John Hellon.
1370 Oct 19 Gyllogh chapel. Thomas de Danyeston. Juliana de Penbrugge.
1370 Pct 19 Little Cowarne. Reginald Smyth. Abbot and conv. of S. Peter's Glouc.
1370 Nov 13 Westbury, preb. por. [3] Nicholas de Dorleye. Sir John de Lodelowe.
1370 Nov 28 Willersley (Wilardesleye). Walter of the halle Thomas le Clerke.
1370 Nov 28 Dorstone (vic.) Richard Kun. Prior and conv. of Clifford.
1371 May 10 Llanrothall (vic). Stephen de Twyford. The Crown (Monmouth priory).
1371 May 29 Stretford. William Bastard. John de Gylleford and others.
1371 Aug 27 Cold Weston. John ap Agas. Abbot and conv. of S. Peter's. Shrewsbury.
1371 Sep 23 Chelton. Thomas Neeldare. Nicholas Burnel.
1371 Sep 26 Stoke Bliss (vic.) John Benet de Wynchcomb. Prioress and conv. of Lymbrook.
1371 Oct 3 Munslow. William Rychardyn. Sir John de Hastynges.
1372 Feb 19 Greete (Greote). [4] William de Bourley. George de Baddeshawe.
1372 Mar 2 Turnastone. John Gohz. Sir Ralph de Nortone.
1372 Mar 30 Chantry in Weston. [5] Richard Lene. Robert de Stepeltone.
1372 Apr 22 S. Mary's chantry in Yarpol. Walter Dobil. John Moris and Olive de Strete.
1372 May 17 Ludlow. Roger de la Nassh. Sir John de Crophull.
1372 Aug 1 More. John Marsh. John de la More.
1372 Oct 8 Brobury. [6] John Caunvyle.
1373 Jan 30 Stow (vic.) William de Stowe, chapl. Prior and conv. of Gt. Malvern.
1373 Feb 15 Billingsley. Ralph Byrche. The bishop, by lapse.


[1] The entry is imperfect. An exchange had been arranged with an unknown incumbent.
[2] Resigned by John de Broebury.
[3] Vacant by death of William de Wulvertone.
[4] Resigned by John de Byketone.
[5] Vacated by resignation of John Wele, rector of Pixley.
[6] Resigned by Robert de la Mare.

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DATE. BENEFICE. PRESENTEE. PATRON.

1373 May 23 Hopton chapel in Clun. Philip de Laueleye. Sir John Hopton.
1373 Jun 11 Whitney. [1] Almaly, chapl. Sir Robert Whitney.
1373 Jun 11 Brinsop (vic.) Walter Salesbury, chapl. Prior and conv. of Llanthony Prima.
1373 Jun 21 Upton. [2] Roger Haukyns, chapl. Hugh fitz-John de Upton.
1373 Jun 14 Hopesay. William de Osemandestone, chapl. Richard, earl of Arundel.
1373 Aug 16 Chantry in Cleobury. William Breyhe, chapl.
1373 Aug 4 Burwarton. William Strichesley. The bishop, by lapse.
1373 Sep 30 Rudford. Reginald Barfot. Abbot and conv. of S. Peter's, Glouc.
1373 Dec 18 King's Pyon (vic). John le Frene. Prior and conv. of Wormesley.
1373 Oct 27 Wistanstow. Roger Assecote. Sir John de Ludlow.
1374 Jan 19 Middleton chap. Henry Warde, chapl. The Crown (Wenlock priory).
1374 Feb 9 Hopton Cangeford (Caungenotes) chap. John Gryte. The bishop, by lapse.
1374 Jan 26 Ledewich. Richard Nyhtyngale. The bishop, by lapse.
1374 Jan 26 Ross. William Lye. The bishop.
1374 Feb 18 Preb. por. in Westbury. Philip Tenekin, chapl.
1374 Feb 14 Ross (vic.) Robert Parry. William Lye (rect.)
1374 Jun 16 Birley (vic.) Henry de la Pounde. Abbot and conv. of Wigmore.
1374 Jul 3 Tretire. Philip ap Rees. John le Brut.
1374 Oct 19 Wollaston (vic.) Thomas Sledmer. Abbot and conv. of Tinterne.
1374 Oct 16 Home Lacy (vic.) John Bache.
1374 Oct 27 Ballingham. (S. Dubricius). [name omitted]
1374 Nov 18 Snodhill Castle chap. William de Chabbenore.
1375 Jan 16 Bradwardine (vic.) Thomas Martyn, chapl.
1375 Jan 22 Greete. Philip de Halghytone, chapl. Sir John de Ludlow.
1375 Mar 1 Dormington (vic.) Thomas Cornelee, chapl.
1375 Mar 20 Bradwardine (vic.) Thomas Wymastone, chapl.
1375 Mar 29 Llancant. Philip Sherrare, chapl. Margaret de Segrave.
1375 Apr 20 Tasley. John Rosshale, chapl. Richard, earl of Arundel, as guardian of Philip Vaghzhan.
1375 Jun 4 Abdon. John de la Ovene. Abbot and conv. of Shrewsbury.
1375 Jun 4 Mamble (vic). Hugh de Clun, chapl. Abbot and conv. of Wigmore.
1375 Jun 4 Birley (vic.) Walter Stagebache. Abbot and conv. of Wigmore.
1375 Jun 15 Onibury. John Hyde. Sir Nicholas Burnell.


[1] Vacant by death of John Reex.
[2] Resigned by John de la Broke.

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EXCHANGES EFFECTED BY THE BISHOP OR HIS COMMISSARIES.

DATE. EXCHANGE.

1370 Sep 5 Between John Scerdene, rector of Hope Mansel, patron the Crown (priory of Monmouth), and William Eweny, rector of S. Mary atte Staxe, patrons the prioress and sisters of S. Helens, in the diocese of London.
1370 Sep 4 Between Walter le Shepherd, rector of Turnastone, and David Dormaund, vicar of Ewyas Harold, patrons the abbot and convent of S. Peter's, Gloucester.
1371 Jan 27 Between William Curteys, vicar of Bradwardine, patrons the abbot and convent of Wigmore, and Richard Palmere, rector of Colesborne, in the diocese of Worcester.
1371 Feb 7 Between John de Lutteley, partioner of Netherhall, Ledbury, patron the bishop, and Humphrey de Cherleton, prebendary of Exeter Cathedral.
1371 Mar 5 Between Robert de Shifford, prebendary of Norton and rector of Northcuddeworth, and Thomas de Stayndrope, rector of Wappenbury, in the diocese of Lichfield and Coventry, patron the Crown.
1371 Mar 31 Between Humphrey de Cherletone, prebendary of Warham, and Richard Thurbane, warden of Bawtry hospital, in the diocese of York, patron the archbishop.
1371 Sep 7 Between Thomas de Lodyngtone, rector of Whitbourne, and Richard de Watford, rector of Arley, in the diocese of Lichfield and Coventry, patron Sir John de Clytntone.
1371 Sep 22 Between Thomas de Yevele, rector of New Radnor, patron the Countess of March, and Robert Scutard, rector of the Chokenhulle portion of Leye, patron the abbot and convent of Pershore, in the diocese of Worcester.
1371 Dec 28 Between William Hunte, vicar of Cleobury, and Alan de la Vise, rector of Billesley, patron Sir William Trussell, in the diocese of Worcester.
1372 Feb 15 Between Humphrey de Cherletone, portioner of Childeshall in Pontesbury, with Griffin de Cherletone, portioner of S. David's prebend in Pontesbury.
1372 Mar 11 Between Nicholas atte Hooke, vicar of Aure, with John Cade, vicar of Haresfield, patrons the prior and convent of Llanthony by Gloucester, in the diocese of Worcester.
1372 Apr 1 Between Walter de Motelowe, vicar of Lugwardine, and John Bourghulle, rector of Abenhall, patron Robert de Huntleye.
1372 Apr 22 Between Walter Parkere, vicar of Mamble, patrons the abbot and convent of Wigmore, and John Body, vicar of Stoke Milburgh, patron the Crown (Wenlock priory).
1372 May 2 Between William Eweny, rector of Hope Mansel, patron the Crown (Monmouth priory), and Richard Cobra, rector of Levelond, in the diocese of Canterbury.
1372 Dec 4 Between William Humberston, prebendary of Little Morton, Hereford Cathedral, and John Ploufeld, prebendary of S. Martin the Grand, in the diocese of London.
1373 May 24 Between Richard de Walford, rector of Whitbourne, and Richard Wormebrugge, rector of All Saints, Worcester.
1373 Jul 12 Between John de Moortone, vicar of Preston, and Richard Went, vicar of Felton, patrons the abbot and convent of S. Peter's, Gloucester.
1373 Sep 3 Between Henry de Hoptone, vicar of Bishop's Castle, and William Boudone, rector of Codereth, in the diocese of Lincoln.
1374 Jan 30 Between John Halpeny, vicar of Kinlet, patrons the abbot and convent of Wigmore, and Richard de Breohull, vicar of Wolnardleye, in the diocese of Worcester.

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DATE. EXCHANGE.

1374 Apr 30 Between William de Odecumbe, rector of Pembridge, patron Edmund, earl of March, and Walter Pryde, rector of Holdesworth, in the diocese of Exeter.
1374 May 8 Between William Maldone, chaplain of Pyryton chantry in Lydney, and Thomas Kybball, rector of Nympsfield, in the diocese of Worcester.
1374 Sep 17 Between John de la Ovene, rector of Hopton Wafers, patron the abbot and convent of Wigmore, and John Body, vicar of Mamble, patron the abbot and convent of Wigmore.
1374 Sep 20 Between John de la Ovene, rector of Wheathill, patron W. de Aylestone, and Gilbert Aunger, rector of Hopton Wafers, patron the abbot and convent of Wigmore.
1374 Dec 6 Between Roger Wyke, rector of S. Nicholas, Hereford, and Adam Waryng, vicar of Bridstow, patron the Crown (abbey of Lyre).
1375 Feb 20 Between Nicholas Long, prebendary of Ewithington, Hereford Cathedral, and William de Humberston, warden of Northburgh chantry in the Cathedral of S. Paul's, London.

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ORDINATION LISTS.

In the Ordination Lists, which are abbreviated, it should be noted that:-

(1) The name of the diocese is omitted for Hereford. When the candidates come from any other, the dimissory letters are indicated thus: Linc. dioc. (l. d.).
(2) The title is given at the end of each entry, thus: ti. pa. when private patrimony; ti. P. Corbel, 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.
(3) Friars, with their different orders, are entered as Fr. Min. (Minor), Fr. Pr. (Preacher), Fr. Aust., Fr. Carm. (Carmel).

ORDINATION BY THE BISHOP OF HEREFORD IN THE PARISH CHURCH OF TIVERTON, IN THE DIOCESE OF EXETER, ON THE EVE OF TRINITY SUNDAY, MAY, 1370.

ACOLYTES.

Thomas Potel.
Ralph Treligan.
Lawrence Grew.
Robert Frigoun.
John Olyver.
Michael Robert.
Walter Mosmure.
Thomas Ryngesayssche.
Eustace Jootz.
William Hals.
John Pole.
John Gullok.
Thomas Padrigh.
John Baker de Tivertone.
John Goscoselek.
John Toukere.
John Aysschehulle.
Hugh Russel.
John Hobba.
John Yeo.
Roger Holecombe.
John Ventone.
John Mey.
Philip Hogg.

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Richard Talbot.
John Croppe.
John Trethewy.
John Gmayn.
Walter Gadecok.
John Golde.
John Marcheaunt.
John Cheyny.
William Smale.
John Whytherd.
Ralph Pratys.
John James.
John Grey.
Thomas Turnour.
John Broun.
Stephen Wynard.
Geoffrey Palmare.
Nicholas Tyek.
Robert Raulyn.
Gilbert Baker.
John Sergeaunt.
Robert Bryghmanneshey.
Thomas Lessenwey.
Henry James.
John Karskys.
William Philberd.
Richard Treulyan.
Richard Tresalyn.
John Fentone.
John Gusschel.
John Westyerd.
John Stroygol.
John Lange.
Henry Gokeler.
John Pye.
Nicholas Kelly.
John Trevarek.
John Meartok.
Nicholas Sachevylle.
Adilard Nymert.
Walter Emote.
Philip Tonkere.
John Symonds.
William Row.
Richard Lyle.
Paul Uppeton.
Richard Pridhomme.
Walter Lyl.
Simon Clyve.
John Trembleth.
John Trethelen.
John Wolsterne.
John Lang.
Michael Robert.
Roger Pedy.
William Troubbe.
Richard Crokker.
Henry Melsaunt.
John Gysshop.
John Stokes.
John Mathew.
Thomas Perer.
Nicholas Oby.
Henry Gothel.
Walter Lyl.
Henry James.
John Michel.
John Stoke.
Nicholas Churletone.
Henry Hornebrok.
Gervase Come.
Thomas Jakke.
John Harry.
John Yerde.
John Stevene.
Hugh Trevelgy.
Robert Taylers.
Walter Hobba.
Johan Wyk.
William Helyare.

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Richard Chop.
Roger Saye.
John Cosyn.
Edward Pasco.
Thomas Sergeaunt.
Henry Jon.
John atte Hope.
John Jon.
Thomas Smole.
William Skynnere.
John Lohhe.
Gregory Nyewelond.
John Lakeman.
William Phylberd.
John Comer.

SUBDEACONS.

Henry Compyng, ti. Sir John de Beaumont.
Walter Culmaylek, Bodmin pr.
Henry Chille, Dunkeswell abb.
Robert Bonenfaunt, S. Nicholas' pr., Exeter.
Oliver Radisworthy, Dunkeswell abb.
John Tyrol, pap. prov. by vicar of Bodmin.
Thomas Pyle, Tavistock abb.
William Mirifeld, Buckland abb.
Nicholas Slake, ti. the bishop.
John Fecos, Bodmin pr.
Roger Cola, Tavistock abb.
Andrew in Thelye de Stoke, Cowick pr.
Richard Colebrygge, S. Nicholas' pr., Exeter.
William Ambrok, Cornworthy pr.
John Symond, Cowick pr.
John Wode, Maidenbradley pr.
John Godeford, Launceston pr.
John Forne, S. German's pr.
Reginald Argel, Sampson Thewyn, Tywardreath pr.
John de Fenne, Ralph Parys, Buckfast abb.
Andrew Yedburgh, Berleston pr.
John Uda, Walter Godhulle, S. Nicholas' pr., Exeter.
Anger Chynewyth, Tywardreath pr.
William Sevare, Cannington pr.
John Squyere, Plympton pr.
Thomas Wydhiscombe, Buckfast abb.
Thomas Wydeman, Dunkeswell abb.

DEACONS.

John de Combo, Buckfast abb.
Richard Boty, John Treloskan, Bodmin pr.

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John Ponyter, Bath and Wells dioc. (l. d.), Stoke under Hamedon pr.
John Raukyn, Tywardreath pr.
John Treusa, Launceston pr.
John Cot, Bodmin pr.
John Judde, Tywardreath pr.
John Lytyl, S. Nicholas pr., Exeter.
Thomas Bargoychov, Tywardreath pr.
Roger Brugge, S. Nicholas pr., Exeter.
Reginald Meddone, ti. Sir John de Welyngtone.
Geoffrey Langa, John Blakalre, Walter Gay, Buckfast abb.
John Betty, Ralph Emot, Bodmin pr.
John Vyan, Tywardreath pr.
John Nauscuvel, rect. of S. Maughan's, Bristol.
John Morsel, rect. of S. Kayne's Bristol.
William Henry, Plympton pr.
John Cowey, Ford abb.
Walter Prucke, ti. Richard de Hydone.
John Gomma, Tywardreath pr.
Walter Sacre, Bodmin pr.
Thomas Rake, Lucas Holewylle, John Toritonne, Simon Dyrcombe, Buckfast abb.
Robert le Feuter, Tywardreath pr.

PRIESTS.

John Sadler, Dunkeswell abb.
Roger Cryn, Tywardreath pr.
Roger Richard, S. German's pr.
Thomas Tresouwys, Bodmin pr.
William Row, Plimpton pr.
John Bonefaunt, Buckfast abb.
Thomas Karrir, Bodmin pr.
William Amiden, S. German's pr.
Walter Bodrigan, Bodmin pr.
Richard Rogger, Tywardreath pr.
John Wynham, Dunkeswell pr.
William Webbere, Tywardreath pr.
John Wyta, Bodmin pr.
William Panyter, rect. of Upton Pyne, Bristol.
Thomas Gonveylek, rect. of Lesnewth (Lysnywyth), Bristol.
Thomas Werlake, rect. of Lankars, Bristol.

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Walter Dammerle, Dunkeswell pr.
William Nee, Rewley abb.
Odo Box, S. Nicholas' pr., Exeter.
Roger Coleman, Launceston pr.
Richard atte Wode, Cowick pr.
Roger Perer, S. Nicholas' pr., Exeter.
John Taylle, Dunkeswell pr.
John Oubre, Bodmin pr.
William Cwy, John Twyne, Fr. Pr., Truro.
John Legg, Newnham abb.
Richard Bromyscombe, Tywardreath pr.
William Crydi, rect. of Bratton Byrcombe.
John Northwode, rector of Dueltone.

TONSURED.

John Haukyn.
David Brace.
John Lorymer.
Thomas Cryde.
Laurence Hogg.
Walter Ozel.
Robert Harry.
Hugh Saunforde.
Thomas Urgeowan.
Gerard Fowell.
Roger Rosemylian.
Robert Amy.
William Ludegard.
Thomas Satry.
William Clovely.
Roger Cole.
Edward Poynt.
Roger Dorsete.
Adam Abraham.
David Gratis.
John Gaylly.
John Hippare.
John Vattecoti.
John Gatyn.
Robert Doynel.
Simon Goys.
Robert Donel.
Peter Michel.
Robert Portya.
John Penros.
John Howland.
John Skynner.
William Tyle.
John Tregenew.
John Ranlyn.
Michael Crenewayn.
Robert Beneyt.
Nicholas Godefray.
John Schyte.
John Harry.
Richard Gorwet.
Richard Lyhe.
Thomas Pende.
Thomas Wilkok.
Nicholas Treselgan (illeg.).
John Key.
John Gederlegh.
David Arnald.
Bernard Menard.
John Gothecote.

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John Fountenay.
John Hokare.
John Kyngdone.
William Wyette.
Matthew atte Yeo.
John Stede.
Henry Strethewy.
John Bess.
Nicholas Stourby.
Roger Page.
John Peryn.
Adilard Smyth.
Heory Whyte.
John Lyveny.
Walter Mokworthy.
John atte Mulle.
Roger Goslay.
Mathew Donne.
Stephen Gomener.
Richard Peche.
John Kene.
Richard Moore.
Nicholas Gaker.
Robert Gynes.
Thomas Forde.
Thomas Mason.
John Waryn.
John Kodyng.
John Robyn.
William Heliare.
Henry Ragour.
William Kaumpyn.
John Yzote (legitimated by the Roman court).
John Nycol.
John Beaufys.
Henry Sandre.
Walter Jolyf.
Robert Rerlyngtone.
John Gervays.
William Wille.
Thomas Haynes.
Henry Colyntone.
John Nycol.
Nicholas Griwe.
Henry Hardecote.
James Nywenham.
John Monfort.
Nicholas Kelly.
Richard Colyn.
William Dymmok.
William Androw.
Robert Souttyn.
John Tongge.
Roger Yeolde.
John Ton.
John Whyte.
John Post.
Mathew Sperwynet.
William Beret.
Geoffrey Penkorne.
William Garet.
William Jul.
John Gamman.
John Pynkeworthe.
William Gyllam.
David Gras.
John atte Wille.
John Whyte.
Robert Noreys.
John Welle (illeg.).
John Jully.
Henry Suallard.
John Rounde.
William Thenheyes.
Thomas Payn.
Randolph Perow.
Ralph Gleyn.
William Trethewy.
Roger Jurdan.

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Giles Gybbes.
William Mogrig.
John Fricoun.
Richard Smythe.
Richard Eppy.
Richard Schire.
Belin Nausmen.
John Kanyngtone.
John Stonk.
Nicholas Combe.
Roger Fader.
Henry Wardemour.
John Pedreda.
John Wyndesore.
Thomas Pygan.
Thomas Gater.
John Legg.
William Dymmok.
John Bedel.
Hugh Walsheman.
John Gemni.
William Squyrel (illeg).
John Rihow.
John Leyny (illeg).
John Seyman.
William Burghe (illeg).
John Tregrynewel.
John Geauchaump (illeg).
Henry Gaudewyn.
John Gagel (illeg).

TONSURED ON THE MORROW OF THE NATIVITY OF THE VIRGIN MARY IN THE CATHEDRAL.

Richard Lodelowe.
John Shiessenale.
John de Churchehulle.
Henry Grendene.
William Burches.
William Peyngtour.
Walter Persoun.
Richard Orchard.
Laurence Shaugher.
Hugh de la Berne.
Walter Hubart.
John Benger.
William Moore.
William Uringe.
John Bruere.
William Orkhop.
Thomas Goldsmyth.
Richard Vych.
William Judde.
John Ray.
John Trethagroun.
John Cachepol (illeg).
Thomas Godderigg, Exeter dioc. (l. d.)

TONSURED AT SUGWAS, SEPT. 17.

Richard Gildeford.
Roger Ragyl.
Giles Cocus.
John de Ludlow.
Walter de Goeford.
Roger Hampne.
Richard Aelestone.
John Selers.
John Gertram.
Richard le Fissher.
Hugh Clone.
William Hopper.
Thomas Frene, with dispensation for illegitimacy.

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ORDINATION BY THE BISHOP IN THE PARISH CHURCH OF LEDBURY, ON EMBER SATURDAY, SEPT. 21, 1370.

ACOLYTES.

Robert Patus.
Thomas Fabzi.
Thomas Clone.
John ap Adam.
Richard de Cardyntone.
William Orletone.
John Wyn.
Thomas Bonde.
William Holow.
William Holdere.
Philip Ocleye.
William Fras.
Richard Leyntewardyn.
Nicholas More de Presthemede.
Walter Vikers.
Maurice Fitz David.
John Plounelde.
Roger Reynalde.
Thomas Gilbus de Clifford.
Roger Reyner de Zarghulle.
John Gough de Presthemede.
Walter Crompe.
William Commede.
Richard Uringe.
William Logarde.
John Haukyns de Suttone.
John Clerkessone de Fowehope.
Richard Tope.
John Smyth de Colewell.
Thomas Huwes de Westone.
Hugh Spencer.
John Lynton.
John Rede.
John Morewalle.

SUBDEACONS.

Thomas Wylde, Reginald de Clona, S. Giles' hosp., Shrewsbury.
Robert Rudmarleye, S. Kath. hosp., Ledbury.
John, s. of fitz-Mathew de Knyhtone, ti. pa.
John de Strettone, S. Giles' hosp., Shrewsbury.
Reginald Leye, H. Trinity hosp., Bridgnorth.
John Combe de Leomynstre, ti. pa.
John Northfeld de Bisshopstone, Clifford pr.
John Caldwall de Fowehope, Crasswall pr.
Walter Hert, rect. of Huntley.
William Kynde, rect. of Brokklestone.
John Morgan de Bokenhulle, William Sagon de Clebury, John Brian, ti. pa.
John Warewyk, S. Kath. hosp., Ledbury.
William Smyth, sacristan in Neen Solers.
William Cros, Fr. Min., Hereford.
William Flechere, rect. of Bredenbury.
Philip Ewyas, rect. of Cusop.
John Mayo (l. d.), Bath and Wells dioc. (l. d.)

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DEACONS.

Griffin de Husyntone, S. Giles' hosp., Shrewsbury.
William Purbyn de Lodelowe, Maurice Kary, ti. pa.
John Ingan, Roger Derby de Aspertone, dean and chapter, Hereford.
John Whyte de Lodelowe, ti. pa.
John Pertrich de Gorstone, ti. pa., Clifford pr.
Richard Pigage, Fr. Pr., Hereford.
Nicholas Slake, the bishop's grace.

PRIESTS.

John Job, Dore abb.
John Makerell, S. Giles' hosp., Shrewsbnry.
John de Westone, Shrewsbury abb.
Richard Gene de Lettone, Crasswall pr.
Thomas Kynges de Presthemede, John de Montegoniery, Wigmore abb.
John Cowarne de Bromyard, ti. pa.
Richard Albon de Cowarne, S. Kath. hosp., Ledbury.
Thomas Seycelle, ti. pa.
Edmund Kempel, rect. of Torteworth (l. d.), Worc. dioc.
Edward de Hoptone, rect. of Stockton.

TONSURED AT KINGLAND.

John Broun de Chireham.
Richard Rider de Liteldylne.
John Bracy de Froma Ep.
William Adryche de Sottone.
Thomas Exel de Uptone.
Stephen Whitard.
William Michell.
Richard Michell.
Philip Varde.
John atten Overe.
John de Wyggemore.
John Waytte.
Hugh Clere.
Thomas Hattefordone.
John Abbehorpe.
Roger Gorby.
Robert Fremon.
John Benet.
John Spenser.
John Gurhull.
John Smyth.
John Kett.
Walter Godrygh.
Meredith Neutone.
Roger atten Overe.
William Walshe.
Roger Spilleman.
Stephen Golt.
Henry Simard (illeg.).
Bartholomew del Halle.

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Hugh Paton.
John Lechey.
Richard Legiour.
Richard de Altone.
Simon de Kyntone.
Roger Robyns.
John Kyntone.
Nicholas Trusselove.
Roger Pyvynge.

And October 3rd, at Ross parish church, John Zeunge, John Hugonns, William le Mercer.

ORDINATION BY THE BISHOP IN THE PARISH CHURCH OF TIVERTON, EMBER SATURDAY, MARCH 1, 1371.

ACOLYTES.

Thomas Togod.
Walter Tolymer.
Roger Bikelegh.
Robert Precheour.
Adam Gerard.
John Stout.
John Kenewode.
Richard Madeford.
Simon Cogan.
John Symon.
William Seward.
John Vaschmound.
John Forde.
William Petypas.
Richard Parys.
John Mathen.
John Trewel.
Robert Colyford.

SUBDEACONS.

Robert Prustecote, Berleston pr.
John Saubyn, John Bikeleghe, S. Nicholas' pr., Exeter.
John Yougman, dean and chapter Exeter cathedral.
John Ayschulle, Bodmin pr.
Giles Freinsche, Berleston pr.
John Fentone, Buckland pr.
John Taphot, rect. of Ludford.

DEACONS.

Andrew Zedburgh, Berleston pr.
John Godhulle, S. Nicholas' pr., Exeter.
John Symon, Cowick pr.
John Tyrel, vicar of Bodnlin.
Richard Colebrigge, Taunton pr.

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PRIESTS.

John Betti, Bodmin pr.
John Halswille, Plympton pr.
John Lawanek, Launceston pr.
Alexander Burdiliscombe, Dunkeswell pr.
Robert atte Welle, S. Nicholas' pr., Exeter.
Nicholas Slake, the bishop's grace.
Andrew in the Leye, S. Nicholas pr., Exeter.
John Orchard, Dunkeswell pr.

TONSURED.

Henry Hedman.
John Clerke.
Robert Alre.
John Clegher.
Robert Tonte.
Richard Laurentz.
Philip Lord.
John Crope.
Richard Scote.
Richard Petypas.
John Holond.
Richard Hodesford.
John Hedone.
John Broun.
Thomas Hopere.
Thomas Lesquyt.
John Hulle.
Henry Crankz.
John Couche.
Hugh Baylly.
John Beoft.
William Champe.
John Hamound.
John Camboun.
John Gandre.
John Sperman.

ORDINATION BY THE BISHOP IN THE PARISH CHURCH OF TIVERTON, MARCH 22, 1372.

ACOLYTES.

John Holle.
John Aysshwell.
Walter Jodel.
Philip Bythewede.
John Mark.
Robert Tremayle.
John Ruthvos.
James Mone.
John Bruwer.
John Toukere.
Roger Damale.
John Moget.
Stephen Coletone.
John Fayroun.
Ascopard Trygen.
Robert Forde.
Simon Trotyn.
John Coveloe.
Ralph Palmargh.
John Stevene.

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John Kytton.
Richard Spritte.
Richard Speruen.
Robert Rewe.
William Bunnok.
Henry Londone.
John Keynok.
Robert Cornwaylle.
Philip Lord.
Thomas Hayward.
John Prophete.
Simon Joce.
John Arlyn.
Hugh Cornwaylle.

SUBDEACONS.

John Coleberne, Launceston pr.
Gilbert Bakere, Torre abb.
John Cornwaylle, Hartland pr.
Robert Prechour, S. Nicholas' pr., Exeter.
William Piper, Launceston pr.
Reginald Wilke, Tywardreath pr.
Henry Lege, Buckfast abb.
Walter Tolymere, Dunkeswell pr.
Simon Cogan, Buckland abb.
John Koc, Tywardreath pr.
John Harry, Launceston pr.
Richard Madeford, Dunkeswell abb.
John Wythurd, Cornworthy pr.
Reginald Trenansaustel, Tywardreath pr.
John Symon, Tavistock abb.
Elyas Lypa, Torre abb.
Thomas Togond, the bishop's grace.

DEACONS.

William Ambrok, Cornworthy pr.
John Bykkelegh, S. Nicholas' pr., Exeter.
Giles Frenscha, Torre abb.
John Cabyn, S. Nicholas' pr., Exeter.
John Dunstorre, Clyve pr.
John de Rokebourne, rect. of Meuschate.
John Jolyf, Taunton pr.
Robert Gonefaunt, [1] S. Nicholas pr., Exeter.
John Yongman, dean and chapter, Exeter cathedral.
John Aysthulle, the bishop.
Robert Taphot, rect. of Ludford.


[1] Bonenfaunt. p. 17.

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PRIESTS.

John Henry, S. Germans pr.
Walter Culmaylok, Launceston pr.
Thomas Wythman, Dunkeswell abb.
John Raulyn, Tywardreath pr.
Robert Berthelot, Tavistock abb.
Richard Trevordavowe, S. Nicholas' pr., Exeter.
Geoffrey Langa, Buckfast abb.
Jolin Bowey, Dunkeswell abb.
Richard Doty, Robert le Feuter, Tywardreath pr.
John Bromhulle, Clive pr.
John Fecos, Tywardreath pr.
John Tyrel, vicar of Bodmin.

TONSURED.

Richard Trewronek.
John Treverhyn.
William Smyth.
John Methenewell.
Roger Clasta.
John Soor.
John Porth.
John Teney.
John Batyn.
Thomas Powly.
John Scuret.
John Stede.
John Toukare.
John Hellow.
John Thomas.
Walter Tettecote.
Robert Cokk.
John Possebury.
John Broun.
William Venforde.
John Lange.
Allan Uppecote.
Richard Spenser.
William Hulle.
John Fagebyn.
Mathew Hokewere.
John Golt.
John Hone.
Thomas Goudhyne.
John York.

ORDINATION BY THE BISHOP IN THE PARISH CHURCH OF TIVERTON ON THE EVE OF TRINITY SUNDAY, MAY 31, 1371.

ACOLYTES.

John Hamelyn.
Peter Goudswayn.
Thomas Swan.
John Foukeray.
Richard Ware.
Simon Trethies.

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John Torre.
Simon Hendera.
Walter Toukare.
John Fylly.
John Bere.
Roger Gacheler.
Hervy Gone.
William Mollyng.
John Panstone.
William Dounscombe.
John Deuke.
John Gervays.
John Row.
William Hahche.
Walter Harpath.
Richard Quynte.
John Row.
Giles Polyng, Torre abb.
Thomas Kalestyn.
John Olvestone.
William Willy.
Thomas Goude.
Robert Soby.
Thomas Hahche.
Walter Aule.
John Saunford.
John Lyhfeld.
Thomas Bylk.
Roger Heyne.
John Boydel.
Nicholas Robyn.
John Tylly.

SUBDEACONS.

John Sampson, Tavistock abb.
Walter Gany, Buckland abb.
Edmund Gantyn, Berleston pr.
Henry Loveworth, Buckfast abb.
William Bedmounde, Ford abb.
Richard Boughemylle, Tavistock abb.
Richard Michel, Bodmin pr.
John Wode, Taunton pr.
Roger Langerugge, ti. sub-dean of Wells.
John Wudebrok, Richard Sele, John Grendell, Torre abb.
Richard Bakere, dean and chapt., Exeter cathedral.
Eustace Joce, John Panestone, Tavistock abb.
William Jardyn (l. d.), Bath and Wells dioc., Plympton pr.
John Hamound, Canonleigh pr.
William Philberd, S. Germans pr.

DEACONS.

Robert Precheour, S. Nicholas' pr., Exeter.
John Symer, Plympton pr.
Reginald Wilke, Tywardreath pr.
John Symon, Tavistock abb.

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John Fentone, Buckland abb.
John Whyteberd, Cornworthy pr.
Henry Leg, Buckfast abb.
Henry Compyng, ti. Sir John Beaumont.
William Turgays, Dunkeswell abb.
Roger Cole, Tavistock abb.
John Pellow, Tavistock pr.
Philip Cornwaill, Hartland abb.
Simon Cogan, Buckland abb.
Reginald Trenans, vicar of S. Antony, Cornwall.
John Artour, ti. Elizabeth fitz-Roger de Chywtone, patroness of Marschtone.
Walter Craas (l. d.), Wells dioc.

PRIESTS.

Vincent Hille, Dunkeswell abb.
John Haystehulle, Bodmin pr.
Walter Pricche, Dunkeswell abb.
Reginald Meddone, S. Nicholas' pr., Exeter.
Walter Saucre, Buckland abb.
John Jolyf, Taunton pr.
John Jon, Launceston pr.
John Barya, Buckfast abb.
John Yeongman, dean and chapter, Exeter.
Thomas Rake, vicar of Cadebury.
Walter Cook, John Kyngeshury (l. d.), Taunton pr.

TONSURED.

Richard Key.
Henry Pek.
John Markare.
John Lym.
Thomas Thomas.
John Oppa.
Robert Yvon.
Richard Clyve.
Nicholas Thomas.
Roger Hendry.
Peter Treubas.
John Trobbe.
William Gore.
Stephen Sevardy.
Thomas Hutelware.
John Pengylly.
John Bele.
John Ruhd.
John Langhe.
Nicholas Well.
John Drynker.
John Vysour.
John James.
Philip Corbyn.

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John Clymmon.
Roger Wylkyn.
John Hokeruth.
John Busshel.
David Beare.
John Long.
John Godeman.
Stephen Bony.
William Kygman.
Richard Maddok.
Richard Grey.
Ralph Doryth.
Walter Skynner.
Charles Miller.
John Hendre.
John Lytele.
Thomas Roylecom.
Walter Dollear.
Thomas Treng.
Ralph Kent.
John Valans.
John Boubbe.
Roger Harper.
Robert atte Poule.
Odo Brogan.
John Northcote.
John Lemman.
Peter Stert.
John Martyn.
John Philip.
John Tybbe.
John Kayson.
Richard Tresar.
John Whyteveld.
Thomas Yeo.
Thomas Bouwode.
John Croyne.
William Servyngtone.
Robert Turloyt.

ORDINATION BY THE BISHOP IN THE PARISH CHURCH OF TIVERTON, EMBER SATURDAY, DEC. 20, 1371.

ACOLYTES.

William Lyoun.
John Canne.
John Custa.
Nicholas Grendel.
John Blakelak.
Hugh Vorlang.
William Vele.
Robert Bolham.
Thomas Chounne.
Robert Yvon.
Richard Chote.
John Horyng.
Roger Gryffyn.
John Lane.
John Trywanek.
John Ferour.

SUBDEACONS.

John Germeyn, Buckland abb.
Richard Parker, Tavistock abb.
John Calwepol, Plympton pr.
William Flemyng, Hartland abb.

Episcopi Herefordensis. 31

Stephen Drewtresvel, Launceston pr.
Roger Bachiler, John Moget, Buckland abb.
Henry Bole, Torre abb.

DEACONS.

Richard Boughemylle, Tavistock abb.
Nicholas Pensans, Bodmin pr.
Henry Gwothell, rect. of S. Mewany.
Thomas Bilka, Torre abb.
John Harry, Launceston pr.

PRIESTS.

William Ambrok, Cornworthy pr.
John Colburne, Launceston pr.
John Sampsone, Tavistock pr.
Henry Loveworth, Walter Gay, Buckfast pr.
William Sevare, Canyngton pr., Wells dioc.
William Mose, William Melborne, Robert Dunning, Fr. Min., Bridgwater.

TONSURED.

Stephen ate Mulle.
Thomas Peyntur.
John Visschertone.
John Mertok.
William Knyght.
Robert Martyn.
John Alysaundre.
Thomas Mey.
John Large.
William Bouggere.
John Whewelaye.
John Boys.
John Wen.
Robert Feys.
John Douste.

ORDINATION BY JOHN WARRE, BISHOP OF COMMAGENE, IN THE CHURCH OF LEOMINSTER ON THE EVE OF TRINITY SUNDAY, MAY 31, 1371.

ACOLYTES.

Griffin de Chirbury.
Peter de Leghe.
John Bromptone.
Hugh de Botfield.
Thomas Martyn.
William Holeway.
John More.
John Kington.
William Heytone.
Richard de le Wyche.

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Roger de Stoterdone.
John de la Barewe.
Hugh de Boteler.
John Welyngton.
Griffin ap Llawelyn.
Nicholas Fulbrugg.
Thomas Pencomb.
John Meole.
Richard Ryder.
Richard Arneyt.
Roger de Lectone.
Ralph Commber.
William Holender.
Robert de Etone.
Richard le Haker.
Thomas Voy.
Thomas Dompedale.
Lewis ap Jevan ap Madoc.
John, s. of Henry de Bredwardyn.
John Jutonr.
Hugh Tommelyns.
John Horsman.
Richard Wygemore.
John Parent.
Robert Sulks, Fr. Min., Hereford.
John ap Jak ap Jormeth (l. d.)

SUBDEACONS.

William Hankokes de Clifford, ti. Thomas de Pentevy, lord of Twyford.
Roger Posselowe, Buildwas abb.
Philip de Okeley, S. John's hosp., Ludlow.
Geoffrey de Clone, sacristan in Wigmore abb.
William Commedewe, Malvern pr.
William de Pynchebek, Fr. Carm., Ludlow.
John Thloyt, John Brice, Fr. Min., Hereford.
Thomas Gybbes, Clifford pr.
Robert, dean and chapter, Hereford.
Richard Cromp de Stoktone, Reading abb.
Richard Pure, John Hodenet, canons of Wigmore abb.
Nicholas de la More, Lymbrook pr.
John Gore, ti. Margaret, lady of Combe.
Richard Sheperde, ti. pa. and Crasswall pr.

DEACONS.

Walter Watkyns, Buildwas abb.
John ap Bowel, John ap Madoc, monks of Cwmhire abb.
John Elys, Hameden, Bath and Wells dioc. (l. d.).
William le Long, dean and chapter, Hereford.
John Smythes de Castle Goodrich, ti. Richard Poule.
Thomas de Gamel, Fr. Carm., Ludlow.

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PRIESTS.

Philip Baret, ti. Philip le Cole, New Radnor.
Walter Wodeward, dean and chapter, Hereford.
John Hankyns, Carswell pr.
John de Bredewardyn, Clifford pr.
John Clamp, Stoke chapel, under Hameden, Bath and Wells dioc. (l. d.).
Waiter de la Halle, rect. of Willersley.
John ap David, John ap Meredith, monks of Cwmhire abb.
John Stokes, Meredeth ap Jevan, William Lydeney, Fr. Min., Glouc.

TONSURED.

David Whitton.
John Stoke.
Geoffrey ap David.
William Slynge.
John Peyntour.
Thomas Willimes.
Richard Corley.
John Wittone.
Thomas of the Mulle.
John Polter.
Roger Turnour.
John Broun.
William Turnour.
Hugh Wormesley.
John Stadart.
Thomas Russel.
Thomas Priour.
David Pype.
John Dyer.
John Burley.
Walter Knole.
John of the More.
Richard Aylmere.
Richard de la Home.
John Grasley.
William Brokkushull.
Roger Brentemarssh.
John Pylale.
Richard Kyngtone.
John Glovare.
Geoffrey ap Atha.
John de la Avebury.
Hugh Borley.
John Balle.
John Herdewic.
John Parlere.
John Jenis.
William Boteler.
Roger a Bromtona.
John Plyns.
Henry de Ardiscote.
Richard Knobell.
John Stratton.
James Borley.
Roger Pontessced.
John Heens.
Roger of Esthope.
Richard Hekedone.
John atte Heye.
John a Cleftone.
John atte Lon.
Thomas Playley.
John Devyn.
John Gomonde.

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Thomas Aschalscote.
William Walcote.
John Chirechemam.
John Wrangl.
John at Wode.
John Mannat.
Nicholas Willeford.
William Jenkens.
John Forwale.
Roger Foxcote.
Jevan Synnahb.
Richard Berde.
John Lokestone.
Richard Palmere.
Walter Bady.
David Riche.
William Damesele.
John Rudelas.
Richard Folbrugge.
Richard Hoppeley.
John Jenes.
John de la Halle.
John Lyry.
Hugh Wilkyns.
John Yvor.
Walter Toky.
Walter Perbel.
William Pole.
Richard of Orledone.
John Abromlond.
Roger Herdiscote.
Richard Auvenham.
Soene of Etone.
Simon Wodeward.
Thomas Arakedon.
Philip at Leye.
Geoffrey at Wode.
Hugh a Cressage.
Reginald Turney.
John Westwode.
John Parbel.
John Hankyns.
Walter Yeddehen.
Richard Carter.
William Treburit.
Richard Wreggy.
John ap Jevan.
Walter Robyns.
Geoffrey ap Pendley.
John Trahayren.
William Rede.
John Draytone.
Walter Brogwyn.
John Astone.
John Elys.
William Parkere.
John Granger.
John, s. of John.
William Bache.
Richard Lingne.
William a Wottone.
John Golde.
Edmund Hokes.
William Nanton.
John Farley.
William Howis.
John Joldewin.
Reginald Uver.
John Farley.
John Dalamor.
John Willimes.
William Duras.
John Bremter.
Nicholas Herman.
William Eyetone.
Thomas Maybroke.
Nicholas Boteler.
Nicholas Tancardra.
Robert Coppe.
John Willes.

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Henry Bond.
Thomas de Noyton.
William Coke.
Robert Hamment.
John Gruce.
John Bolsedon.
Richard Palmer.
David Marche.
John Wowan.
John Leye.
William Swyn.
John Meleword.
William Tolly.
John Totan.
Richard Benebow.
William Bertone.
Walter Coy.
Walter Putte.
John Ginger.
John Rycole.
Hugh Smythes.
Roger Sparke.
Thomas Hulle.

May 5, 1372 - Richard Dunkynne (illeg.), John Puy, Richard Lye (illeg.) were tonsured.
June 8 - William Bulker was ordained acolyte at Cleobury Mortimer.
June 9 - Nicholas Herley, John Jones, at Stoke Say, by the bishop of Commagene.
June 26 - Tonsured at Hereford, in the priory of the Friars Minors, Hugh Bollard, John Parkere, Thomas Cole, Thomas Borghhulle.

ORDINATION BY THE BISHOP OF HEREFORD IN THE CATHEDRAL ON THE EVE OF TRINITY SUNDAY, MAY 22, 1372.

ACOLYTES.

Robert Hethe, Walter Bubbe, monks of Kingswood abb., Worc. dioc. (l. d.).
William Walker, Walter Balstake.
Reginald le Urle de Bodmin, Exeter. dioc. (l. d.).
William Letone, William Stauntone.
Hugh de Hereford, John Westwode, Fr. Carm., Ludlow.
John de Hope, Thomas Taillour, Mathew Brace, Llewelyn ap Jevan de Waterdine.
John Heyop, Griffin Hepp, Cwmhire abb.
William Homme, Roger Abbrugge.
Robert Barton, William Hugon, William Ely, Fr. Min., Hereford.
William Usket, Henry Whittynslowe, Richard Ramage, Walter Marsh (legitimated), Philip Clad, William Lahhere de Bredewardyn, Richard Mathefeld.

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SUBDEACONS.

Maurice Fitz-David Wronow, ti. pa.
William Riell, ti. dean and chapter, Hereford.
John de Westone, S. Giles' hosp., Shrewsbury.
Nicholas Barleche, Clifford pr.
Richard Wryng, dean and chapter, Hereford.
Hugh Frensch de Chatewall, S. John's hosp., Shrewsbury.
John Botery, dean and chapter, Hereford.
Richard de Adlescote, S. Mary's pr., Stodley.
William de Leynthale, Thomas Crompe, monks of Wormesley pr.
John Sidelyng, Fr. Min., Hereford.
William Stevenis, dean and chapter, Hereford.
Thomas Camme, John Bursley, Roger Appelbi, Walter Dene, John Upton, William Aston, monks of S. Peter's, Glouc. (l. d.).
Madoc Bewy, monk of Cwmhire abb.
Griffin ap Llewellyn, ti. pa. S. David's dioc. (l. d.).

DEACONS.

John Cordany, S. David's dioc., Clifford pr.
John Piper, Clifford pr.
Geoffrey Beaminystre, Fr. Min., Hereford.
William Ruyssbok, Wormesley pr.
Walter Crompe, Clifford pr.
Hugh Hakeley, rect. of More.
William Holow de Stauntone, ti. pa.
David ap David Gethyn, S. David's dioc., ti. pa.

PRIESTS.

Reginald de Clone, S. Giles' hosp., Shrewsbury.
Richard Walche, Buildwas abb.
David ap Jevan de Meynstone, S. Giles' hosp., Shrewsbury.
William de Pynchebek, Thomas Camel, Fr. Carm., Ludlow.
Griffin de Churchstok, Chirbury pr.
William Russhale, Weedon Pinkney pr., Worc. dioc.
Thomas Bysshop, Ivychurch pr., Salis. dioc.
William de Pykerham, S. Wolstan's hosp., Worcester.
William Chocheley, S. Barth. hosp., Glouc.
John de Brokenburgh, Langley pr., Bath and Wells dioc.
Nicholas Balle, Wombridge pr.

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John Wittok, dean and chapter, Hereford.
Herman de Colonia, Stephen Byllyngesley, Fr. Min., Hereford.
Walter de Overtone (l. d.), ti. William de Salesbury.

TONSURED ON THE MORROW.

William Graunt.
Roger Hychcokes.
Roger Taillour.
John Tornor.
David ap Houel.
Lewis Littel.
John Vahwham.
William Lone.
John Arclestone.
Henry Pyrtone.
Thomas Graunt.
John Souter.
Philip Vinour.
John Salesbury.
Richard Hasey.
John Frome.
Jevan ap Griffith.
Robert Brayntone.
Geoffrey ap Sohun.
William Stalward.
Richard Mongomery.
John de Radenore.
Walter Carter.
Richard Fot.
Hugh ap John.
Thomas Llunsam.
William Orcoppe.
Geoffrey Walkere.
Walter Wodeway.
Matthew James.
John Pene (illeg.).
John Hey.
David ap Jevan.
John Reginald.
Richard Portfot.
Walter Porter.
John Hethe.
John de la Mulle.
William Stot.
John Palmere.
William Love.
William Howe.
Jevan Moyl.
John Littel.
Wiliam Plonfeld.

ACOLYTES.

Walter Bernard (l. d.), John ap Jevan (l. d.), Thomas Hope, Walter Hondyes, Philip Sin.

ORDINATION BY THE BISHOP IN THE CATHEDRAL OF HEREFORD, ON EMBER SATURDAY, SEPT. 18.

SUBDEACONS.

John Petyt, Crasswall pr., S. David's dioc.
John de Kynartone, Cwmhire abb.
William Freias de Bisshopescastel, S. John's hosp., Shrewsbury.

38 Registrum Willelmi de Courtenay.

John Presthope, S. John's hosp., Bridgnorth.
John Heyop, Griffin Moil, monks of Cwmhire abb.

PRIESTS.

Richard Honsom, Flaxley abb.
Thomas Wowertone, ti. bishop of S. Asaph.
Henry de Tugyn, S. David's dioc., dean and chapter, Hereford.
Hugh Hakeley, rect. of Tedstone de la Mere.
Henry Ryder, ti. pa.
Thomas Gybbes, Clifford pr.
John Chiltenham, Fr. Min., Hereford.
John Heytone, canon of Llanthony prima, S. David's dioc. (l. d.).

DEACONS.

Walter Odrich, dean and chapter, Hereford.
Richard Aldescote, Stodley pr.
John Codeford alias Silvestre, ti. archdeacon Wilts (l. d.).
John de Westone, S. Giles' hosp., Shrewsbury.
Madoc Dewy, monk of Cwmhire abb., S. David's dioc. (l. d.).
Simon Dunstale, Fr. Pr., Hereford.
William de Leynthale, canon of Wormesley pr.

TONSURED.

David Knot, John Tanner, Roger Lowe, Richard Wyhamessone, John Wayke, John Aysshtone, Thomas Sergeaunt (l. d).

ORDINATION BY THE BISHOP IN THE PARISH CHURCH OF BROMYARD, EMBER SATURDAY, DECEMBER 13, 1372.

TONSURED.

William Scodyer (illeg.), by dispensation.

ACOLYTES.

John Rowland, Lincoln dioc. (l. d.).
John Pusselowe.

SUBDEACONS.

John Duy, S. David's dioc. (l. d.).
Richard ap Llewellyn, S. David's dioc. (l. d.).

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Reginald le Brie, Exeter dioc. (l. d.), Reading abb.
John Rowland, rect. of Toddington, Linc. dioc. (l. d.).
Philip Roggeres, Exeter dioc. (l. d.), ti. the bishop.

DEACONS.

John Kynartone, Cwmhire abb.
Richard de Lodelowe, rect. of Ullingswick.
Richard Wryng, ti. dean and chapter, Hereford.
Thomas Crompe, canon of Wormesley pr.
John Heyop, Griffin Heyop, monks of Cwmhire abb.

PRIESTS.

Walter Crompe, Clifford pr.
Richard Adlescote, Stodley pr.
William de Brugge, rect. of Martley, Worc. dioc. (l. d.).
William Ruisshoke, Wormesley pr.
John Martyn, Fr. Min., Hereford.

SUBDEACONS ORDAINED BY THE BISHOP IN THE CHAPEL OF HIS MANOR AT SUGWAS ON EASTER EVE, 1373.

John Codeford alias Silvestre, Salis. dioc. (l. d.), rect. of Tatenhill.
John Mey, Exeter dioc. (l. d.)

TONSURED AT BROMYARD, MAY 12, 1373.

John Hobelwode, Robert Chapmon, Thomas Burghulle, John Aubrey, Thomas Hurtesleye, Richard Hurtesleye, Robert Bendowe.
And on May 23, Richard de la Felde, in the parish church of Burghill.

ORDINATION IN THE CHAPEL OF S. MARY MAGDALEN, HEREFORD, BY JOHN, BISHOP OP COMMAGENE, BY LICENCE OF THE DIOCESAN, ON EMBER SATURDAY, SEPT. 20, 1371.

ACOLYTES.

John Clymbere.
John Weynter.
Thomas Webbe.
Richard de la Goore.
John Carpintere.
John de Rorleton.

40 Registrum Willelmi de Courtenay.

Robert Stevenos.
Thomas Hopkynes.
John Vender.
Richard Grene.
John Dorby.
William de Brunshope.
Roger de Clone.
Thomas Okkeley.
Richard Luctone.
John Leynton (legitimated).
Richard Deyere.
John Overe.

SUBDEACONS.

Thomas Thorgryn, dean and chapter, Hereford.
Thomas Marton, Clifford pr.
John Veynere, Wigmore abb.
Walter Crompe, Clifford pr.
John de Kyngestone, dean and chapter, Hereford.
Richard de Rydere, ti. John de Burley.
Richard Hansam, Flaxley abb.
Griffin de Chirstok (legit.), Chirbury pr.
Thomas Body, S. Giles' hosp., Shrewsbury (legitimated).
John Pyper, Clifford pr.
Walter Edryche, Dore abb., S. David's dioc.
Robert Sellack, Fr. Min., Hereford.
John Thornborgh, Fr. Pr.

DEACONS.

Nicholas de la More, Lymbrook pr.
Geoffrey de Clone, Wigmore abb.
John Gowgh, ti. Margarie, lady of la Coumbe.
Philip de Ocle, S. John Bapt. hosp., Ludlow.
Roger de Possylowe, Buildwas abb.
William Comedewe, Great Malvern pr.
John Webbe, Deerhurst pr., Worc. dioc.
Robert Janyes, dean and chapter, Hereford.
Thomas de Wolvertone, ti. bishop of S. Asaph.
Roger Reyner, Dore abb.
Richard Crompe, Reading abb.
Walter Overtone, ti. William de Salesbury.
Walter Hancok, ti. lord of Twyford.
Roger Schrosebury, John Whitechurch, John Neweport.
Roger de Evesham, John de Uptone, monks of Great Malvern pr.

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PRIESTS.

John Hobyes, ti. pa.
Walter Watkyns, Buildwas abb.
William Resaunt, Clifford pr.
William Longe, dean and chapter, Hereford.
William Manus, Llanthony in Wales pr.
Roger Dorby, dean and chapter, Hereford.
John Brassy, ti. Roger de Leominster.
John Bickerstone, ti. Roger de Testone.
John ap Howell, John ap Madok, S. David's dioc. (l. d.).
Philip Dene, Roger Grene, Fr. Min.

ORDINATION BY THE BISHOP IN ALL SAINTS' CHURCH, HEREFORD, ON THE EVE OF TRINITY SUNDAY, JUNE 11, 1373.

ACOLYTES.

William Passh.
Roger de Lye.
John Shiptone.
John Longe.
William de Garmystone.
John Baylly.
John Cooke.
John Fraunces.
Roger de Seete.
Nicholas Hostiler.
Thomas le Carter.
Roger de la Wode.
William Leupot.
David ap Adam.
Thomas de la Moore.
John Mercere.
Thomas Hakuluyt.
Gregory ap Meurik.
John Stafford.
William Blondestone.
Thomas Brustowe.
John Janyes.
Roger Turnour.
Thomas Exale.
Robert Rynet, Richard Pewne, Fr. Aust., Woodhouse pr.
John Turk, Fr. Carm.

SUBDEACONS.

Roger Abbruge, dean and chapter, Hereford.
William Homme, ti. papal favour.
John Peyntour, dean and chapter, Hereford.
John Tevele, Bosham pr.
Walter Hamptone, Wormesley pr.
Henry Coleman, Lyre abb.
Philip Cladde, William Lahzhere, Clifford pr.

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William Braun, S. Giles' hosp., Shrewsbury.
William Walkere, Holy Trinity hosp., Bridgnorth.
Hugh Scuriny, Wigmore abb.
Richard Pleyveyr, ti. pa.
Richard Wormbrugge, dean and chapter, Hereford.
Roger de Leominstre, Wigmore abb.
Nicholas Underhulle, rect. of Lampeter.
William de Chirbury, John Stenes de Bury, ti. pa.
John Smyth, S. Kath. hosp., Ledbury.
John de Boculand, Malvern pr.
John Stat, John Usk, Fr. Pr., Hereford.
Hugh de Little Hereford, Fr. Carm.
Roger Whitenhulle, Robert Selyman, monks of Malmesbury abb.

DEACONS.

William Ryell, dean and chapter, Hereford.
William Petyt, Crasswall pr., S. David's dioc.
Reginald le Erle, Reading abb.
John Botery, dean and chapter, Hereford.
John, s. of William de Bocunhull, S. Giles' hosp., Shrewsbury.
William atte Welle, Cold Norton pr., Linc. dioc.
Geoffrey Pleyn, Talley abb., S. David's dioc.
Morgan ap Rez, S. David's dioc., ti. pa.
Philip Hogge, John Mey (l. d.), the bishop's grace.
John White, Fr. Min., Hereford.
William Astone, monk of Hereford pr.

PRIESTS.

Thomas Martyn, Crasswall pr.
John Pyper, Clifford pr.
Richard Lodelowe, rect. of Ullingswick.
Robert Borewardesleye, Fr. Aust., Wodehouse.
Thomas Crompe, canon of Wormesley pr.
Thomas Lodelowe, monk of Hereford pr.

TONSURED.

Lewis ap Jevan, Richard Roggeres, Richard Monyworth, Stephen le Tryllour, John Honadone, Philip Thressher.

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ORDINATION BY THE BISHOP IN THE PARISH CHURCH OF CHELTENHAM, EMBER SATURDAY, DEC. 17, 1373, BY LICENSE OF THE PRIOR OF WORCESTER IN THE VACANCY OF THE SEE.

ACOLYTES.

John Gryce.
John Symond.
Thomas Stanford.
Thomas Turkedene.
William Malle.
Robert Grone.
John Yryssh.
Thomas Gregory.
John Porter.
Nicholas Caldewell.
John Yerdeley.
John Baylly.
John Newman.
Thomas Slattere.
Thomas Sturdy.
John Hyott.
Nicholas de Glouc., monk of Tewkesbury abb.
John Wettone, John Middeltone, canons of Cirencester abb.

SUBDEACONS.

Thomas Smyth, S. John's hosp., Lechlade.
John Scot, S. Oswald's hosp., Whiston.
Richard Walkere, S. John's hosp., Lechlade.
Roger de Sethe, Birmingham pr.
John Mercere, sacrist. of Neen Savage.
Robert de Lyze, sacrist. of Presteign.
Robert Jolyf, Malmesbury abb.
John Lyntone, Holy Trinity pr., Bridgnorth.
John Soke, Lechlade pr.
John Reede, dean and chapter, Hereford.
John Gors, Little Malvern pr.
Walter Gerard, Cokehill pr.
Richard Bradeford, ti. pa.
Thomas Leofly, S. Barth. hosp., Glouc.
John Janyes, John Aunger, Clifford pr.
Nicholas Hortyler (l. d.), ti. pa.
John Hamptone, Thomas Cook, S. Barth. hosp., Glouc.
John Cowpere, Cold Norton pr.
John de Wynchcombe, monk of Hales abb.
John Halle, Thomas Lydyard, canons of Cirencester abb.
John Turk, Fr. Carm., Hereford.
Robert Atherstone, monk of Hales abb.

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DEACONS.

John Motte, Woburn abb.
John Saundres, Hales abb.
Simon Pyk, Lechlade pr.
John Sparke, Hales abb.
Nicholas de Bernhulle, S. John's hosp., Lichfield.
William Homme, ti. papal grace.
John Peyntour, dean and chapter, Hereford.
John Skynnere, Stodley pr.
Philip Cladde, Clifford pr.
Roger Abbruge, dean and chapter, Hereford.
Henry Colemon, Lyre abb.
William Shipward, Cold Norton pr.
John Covele, Bosham pr. (l. d.).
Alexander Salmon, Wroxton pr.
John Grene, Cokehill pr.
John Hikkes, Cold Norton pr.
John Veysey, Great Malvern pr.
Griffin Rudel, Alcester abb.
John Gerard, Cokehill pr.
Robert Bouchere, S. Wolstan's hosp., Worc.
Richard Pleyneyre, ti. pa.
John le Vox, Pulton pr.
Walter Dyseworth, ti. pa.
John Cakne, John Ekyntone, Richard Wycetre, Richard Vincent, monks of Tewkesbury abb.
Thomas de Cheltenham, William de Gloucester, John de Gloucester, John de Oxenford, monks of Hales abb.
Thomas Everard, canon of Cirencester abb.
Thomas de Abyndone, Winchcombe abb.
Hugh de Little Hereford, Fr. Carm., Ludlow.
John Broktone, Fr. Herem., Wiche.
Philip Lyes, S. John Bapt. pr., Glouc.

PRIESTS.

William Ryell, dean and chapter, Hereford.
Nicholas Brugge, S. Mary Magdalene hosp., Bristol.
John Wilkok, Wroxton pr., Linc. dioc.
Robert de Oversley, Stodley pr.
Richard Marchall, Cokehill pr.

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Nicholas Sawyere, Bordesley abb.
John Smyth, S. Barth. hosp., Glouc.
William Smyth, sacrist. of Neen Sollers.
John Wythen, ti. pa.
Robert Aumeney, Stodley pr.
John Lyliwhyt, S. John Bapt. hosp., Lichfield.
Roger Godhulle, S. Barth. hosp., Glouc.
John Bryd, Thelesford pr.
Richard de Astone, Lilleshall abb.
John de Bocultone, Great Malvern pr.
William de Newenham, John Ailbertone, canons of Llanthony pr. by Glouc.
John Marow, S. Barth. hosp., Glouc.
Robert Ridmarley, S. Kath. hosp., Ledbury.
William de Same, John de Oxonia, Rewley abb.
John Frome, Fr. Pr., Hereford.
Thomas Cherltone, canon of S. Oswald's pr., Glouc.

TONSURED.

William Teyntone.
Thomas Capelere.
William Lovyere.
Robert Wrenche.
Thomas Hunte.
William Parfay.
Walter Cokes.
John Sheyntone.
Reginald Brid.
Robert Llewyn.
Richard Devynch.
John Slow.
Ralph Chopin.
John Wynely.
Thomas Pultone.
John Porter.
Thomas Moungeoy.
John Copas.
John Wrenche.
William Rewe.
Thomas Aydeley.

ORDINATION BY THE BISHOP IN THE CHURCH OF BROMYARD, EMBER SATURDAY, FEB. 25, 1374.

ACOLYTES.

Nicholas Smyth.
John Bocultone.
William Hethe.
John Hubald (illeg.).
William Londe.
William Orysay.
John Gowhz.
Richard Colyntone.
John Speder.
Stephen Duke.
John Rewes.
John Aysshbury.
David ap Howell.

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Hugh Mortimer, canon of Wigmore abb.
John Herletone, Fr. Carm., Glouc.
Walter Chirbury, canon of Chirbury pr.
Walter Pyrie, William Bruggewater, William Pynchbek, Fr. Carm. Glouc.

SUBDEACONS.

John Longe, S. John's hosp., Shrewsbury.
Roger Elf, S. John's hosp., Bridgnorth.
John Herdewyk, S. Giles' hosp., Shrewsbury.
John Nyentone, Buildwas abb.
Richard Giles, Wigmore abb.
William Wymond, ti. pa.
John Paraunt, Crasswall pr.
John, s. of Reginald de Lydbury, S. Giles' hosp., Shrewsbury.
Thomas Gregori, S. Barth. hosp., Glouc.
Walter Bolker, sacristan in Presteign.
Richard Golafre, Llanthony prima pr.
William de Lectone, Alberbury pr.
John Fraunces, rect. of Tedstone Wafers.
John Cryt, vicar of Hopton Cangeford.
John Brunles, Fr. Carm., Ludlow.
John Salesbury, Fr. Carm., Glouc.
Geoffrey Angilfea, monk of Wenlock pr.
Walter Chirbury, canon of Chirbury pr.
John Catesby, ti. the bishop.

DEACONS.

John Lyntone, Holy Trinity hosp., Bridgnorth.
William de Chirbury, Richard Bradeford, Nicholas Hostiler, ti. pa.
John Reede, dean and chapter, Hereford.
Robert Lye, sacristan of Presteign.
William Fraas, S. John's hosp., Shrewsbury.
William Codyntone, Buildwas abb.
John Kyngestone, dean and chapter, Hereford.
William Walkere, Holy Trinity hosp., Bridgnorth.
John Broun, S. John's hosp., Shrewsbury.
Roger Sothe, S. Thomas' hosp., Birmingham.
John Aunger, Clifford pr.
Roger Lettone, Wigmore abb.
John Panyes, Clifford pr.

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John Smyth, S. Kath. hosp., Ledbury.
John Turk, Fr. Carm., Ludlow.
Hugh Lilleshulle, monk of Wenlock pr.
Richard Pors, John Hodynet, monks of Wigmore abb.

PRIESTS.

Philip Cladde, Clifford pr.
Richard Pleyner, ti. pa.
Henry Colemon, Lyre abb.
John Covete, Bosham pr.
Roger Rener, Dore abb.
John Sparke, Hales abb.
William Holowe, Walter Dysworth, ti. pa.
Reginald Eorle, Reading abb.
Hugh de Little Hereford, Fr. Carm., Ludlow.
John Partrich, canon of Wormesley pr.

ORDINATION BY THE BISHOP ON SATURDAY, MARCH 14, AT WHITBORNE.

John Catesby, deacon, by grace.

On June 24, 1373, in the ehurch of Whitborne, William Lye, rect. of Ross, was ordained as acolyte.

ORDINATION BY THE BISHOP IN THE PARISH CHURCH OF BROMYARD, EMBER SATURDAY, SEPT. 23, 1373.

ACOLYTES.

Peter de Abyngdon.
Roger de Rorytone.
Hugh Penteford.
William Carpinter.
William March.
Richard Lantone.
John Pyrye.
John Ballyngham.
William Wulvertone.
John Toney.
Lewis ap Jevan.
Robert de Bradmynton.
John Symondes.
Ralph Cok, rect. of Quennington, Worc. dioc.
John London, John Ruyshok, Llanthony prima pr.
Thomas Marcley, monk of S. Peter's pr., Glouc.

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SUBDEACONS.

Thomas Tayllour, dean and chapter, Hereford.
Robert Underhulle, rect. of Toddington.
John s. of Richard Jevan, S. Giles' hosp., Shrewsbury.
Henry de Whittynguslowe, Buildwas abb.
John Knyht, dean and chapter, Hereford.
Richard Walles, rect. of Brokhampton.
Hugh, s. of William Baker, S. Giles' hosp., Shrewsbury.
Richard Thomas, S. John's hosp., Bristol.
William Usket, Clifford pr.
John Bocultone, S. John's hosp., Ludlow.
William Sheyntone, Buildwas abb.
John Gowz, Crasswall pr.
Gilbert Stede, Wormesley pr.
John Daywen, S. Giles' hosp., Shrewsbury.
Roger Lye, Holy Trin. hosp., Bridgnorth.
William atte Churche, Bordesley abb.
David, s. of H. ap Jake, Monmouth pr.
John Colet, Cokehill pr.
Walter Aungier, Chirbury pr.
John Bocultone, Stanley abb.
Rudolph Cok, rect. of Quennington.
John Parson, ti. the bishop's grace.
John Palmere, Bruera abb.
John Stratford, ti. the bishop's grace.
Thomas Gowz, sacristan of Presteign.
John Freomon, Merevale abb.
Thomas Ekkeley, Dore abb.
John Stafford, ti. the bishop's grace.
David Glasebury, Fr. Pr., Glouc.
Henry Mortimer, canon of Wigmore abb.
Thomas Webb, monk of Flaxley abb.
John Tydebrok, Thomas Fekkynham, Fr. Pr., Worc.
John London, canon of Llanthony prima pr.
William Minstreworth, Hugh Mortone, monks of S. Peter's abb., Glouc.

DEACONS.

John Hale, Worcester pr.
William Cadds, hosp. S. John Jerus.
Robert Hawkynes, Cold Norton pr.

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John Webbe, Stoneleigh abb.
John Campedene, Cold Norton pr.
Richard Wormbrugge, dean and chapter, Hereford.
John Longe, S. John's hosp., Shrewsbury.
Walter Wymond, ti. pa.
John Herdewyk, S. Giles' hosp., Shrewsbury.
Roger Turnour, John Paraunt, Crasswall pr.
John Hurell, Bristol abb.
John Fraunces, rect. of Tedstone.
John Stephens, ti. pa.
William Labhere, Clifford pr.
John Barone, Cokehill pr.
Hngh Sturmy, Wigmore abb.
John Cryte, rect. of Hopton Cangeford.
John de Neentone, Buildwas abb.
John Nicholes, Daventry abb.
Walter Hamptone, Wormesley pr.
Walter Kynge, S. Barth. hosp., Glouc.
John de Malvernia, S. Oswald's hosp., Worcester.
William Bolkere, sacristan in church of Presteign.
Philip Renkynes, ti. pa.
John Heed, Bruera abb.
Roger Elfe, Holy Trin. hosp., Bridgnorth.
Richard Gyles, Wigmore abb.
William Lettone, Alberbury pr.
John More, Bosham pr.
William Stevenus, dean and chapter, Hereford.
John Barfot, S. John Bapt. hosp., Glouc.
John Ranyothes, Cokehill pr.
Roger Derby, dean and chapter, Hereford.
Richard Stevenus, Fr. Pr., Glouc.
Walter Chirbury, canon of Chirbury pr.

PRIESTS.

John Yngayn, the bishop's grace.
John Coumbare, S. Barth. hosp., Glouc.
Thomas Turkedene, Kington pr.
John Cook, S. John's hosp., Lechlade.
William Thorndone, Pershore abb.
John Heddone, S. Wolstan's hosp., Worc.

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Reginald David, S. John's hosp., Shrewsbury.
Robert Penne, S. Kath. hosp., Ledbury.
John Kyngustone, dean and chapter, Hereford.
William, s. of John Chirbury, ti. pa.
Nicholas Credenhulle, Netley abb.
Roger Derry, Richard Stretfeld, John Peyntor, Roger Albrugge, dean and chapter, Hereford.
John Aunger, rect. of Lowedsche.
Richard Bradeford, John Gowhz, ti. pa.
John Lyntone, Holy Trin. hosp., Bristol.
John Smythe, S. Kath. hosp., Ledbury.
Richard Smyth, Bruera abb.
William Hancokes, ti. Thomas Peytevyn.
Robert Bysshop, S. Barth. hosp., Glouc.
Robert Jolyf, Malmesbury abb.
John Botery, dean and chapter, Hereford.
Walter Gerard, Cokehill pr.
Richard Wattes, S. John's hosp., Bristol.
Robert Lye, sacrist. of Presteign.
John Baconhulle, S. Giles' hosp., Shrewsbury.
William Braune, S. John's hosp., Shrewsbury.
Roger de Lettone, Wigmore abb.
William Colet, S. John's hosp., Lechlade.
William Newmon, Poughley pr.
John Coupere, Cold Norton pr.
John Mercere, ti. Nicholas Tayllour.
Nicholas Hostiler, ti. pa.
John Smyth, S. John's hosp., Lechlade.
William Walkere, Holy Trin., hosp., Bristol.
John Janyes, Clifford pr.
John Holkote, John Hatherley, Fr. Pr., Glouc.
William Leynthalle, canon of Wormesley pr.
William de Astone, monk of S. Peter's, Glouc.
William Lodelowe, monk of Winchcombe abb.
Richard Purs, John Hodynet, canons of Wigmore abb.
John Brotworth, Fr. Pr., Worc.

TONSURED AT SUGWAS, DEC. 10.

Henry Barewe, John Hoore, Thomas Hoore, Thomas Spedere.

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ORDAINED BY THE BISHOP IN THE CATHEDRAL, EMBER SATURDAY, DEC. 23, 1374.

ACOLYTES.

William Bele.
Richard Tankard.
John Joce.
Hugh le Yonge.
Walter Downtone.
John de Henley.
Hugh Happer.
Nicholas Hyntys.
Richard Bourde.
Thomas Doderich.
William Sparke.
John Neyntone.
William Stonhenge.
Richard Ewyas.
Thomas Erslane.
John Taillour.
John Walkere.
William Calverhulle.
John Perytone.
William Kynstom.
John Kemys, Robert Overbury, Fr. Pr., Glouc.
John Gregori, Fr. Aust., Ludlow.

SUBDEACONS.

Edmund de Lodelowe, S. Giles' hosp., Shrewsbury.
William Wolvertone, S. John's hosp., Ludlow.
John Whyte, John Tooke, S. Barth. hosp., Glouc.
John Boudlers, Chirbury pr.
John Shiptone, S. Giles' hosp., Shrewsbury.
Thomas Baseford, York dioc. (l. d.).
William Lye, rect. of Ross.
William Ely, Fr. Min., Hereford.

DEACONS.

John Stafford, John, s. of T. Parsons, the bishop's grace.
Henry Whyttyngel, Buildwas abb.
Hugh Rake, John Daywen, S. Giles' hosp., Shrewsbury.
Thomas Gowz, sacrist. in Chirbury.
David ap Howell ap Jak, Monmouth pr.
Gilbert Stede, Wormesley pr.
Thomas Ekkeley, Dore abb.
John Colet, Cokehill pr.
John Jenanus, S. Giles' hosp., Shrewsbury.
William Usket, Clifford pr.
David Glascum, Griffin Woks, Fr. Pr.
John Burley, Richard Pewne, Fr. Herem., Ludlow.

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Henry de Warham, John de Brunles, Fr. Carm.
John Wircitere, Thomas Moris, monks of Worc. pr.
Thomas Webbe, monk of Flaxley abb.

PRIESTS.

Roger Derby, dean and chapter, Hereford.
John Mayow, Cold Norton pr.
John Herdewyk, S. Giles' hosp., Shrewsbury.
Richard Wormbrugge, dean and chapter, Hereford.
John Dalby, Cold Norton pr.
Rogcr Elf, Holy Trin. hosp., Bridgnorth.
Richard Giles, Wigmore abb.
Reginald Turnour, Crasswall pr.
John de Malvernia, S. Oswald's hosp., Worc.
Philip Benkynes, ti. pa.
John Heed, Bruera abb.
Robert Hankynes, Cold Norton pr.
John Paraunt, Crasswall pr.
John de Nyentone, Buildwas abb.
John Fraunceys, rect. of Tedstone Wafers.
William Petyt, the bishop's grace.
John de Wenlok, Lewis Cadygan, Fr. Min., Hereford.
William de Bruggewater, Fr. Carm.
Walter Chirbury, canon of Chirbury pr.
John Kyderminstre, Benedict. monk.

TONSURED ON THE MORROW AT SUGWAS.

Roger Leynthale.
John Bodenham.
William de Oversay.
William Hanlyn.
John Bourletone.
Thomas Cleobury.
John Mounke.
John Dyere.
William Wykeware.
John Thleykyn.
Walter Holkys.
William Bryt.
John Moris.
Thomas Reyner.
John Barone.
William Hulle.
William Ku.
William Westone.
William Balle.
Nicholas Dryswall.
Robert Ku.
William Lunhales.

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Walter Peyntour.
Thomas Sherborne.
Hugh Watkynes.
Walter Foye.
Richard Monyworth.
David Veyl.
John Haulyn.
Roger Blakebache (illeg.).
Thomas Staure.

ORDINATION BY THE BISHOP OF HEREFORD IN THE CATHEDRAL ON MARCH 17, 1375.

ACOLYTES.

John Walton.
William Holles.
Richard Parsone.
John Tayllour.
Thomas Flecar.
William Vale.
William Colygar.
Roger Hyskok.
Thomas Wyllymhale.
Walter Wodeway.
John Royel.
William Tynker.
Thomas Martyn.
Richard Tomset.
Richard Lunhales.
Henry Wen.
Henry Cok.
David Jevan.
John Welyntone.
John Lydone.
Thomas Bannere.
Hugh Gardiner.
William Rook.
William Walle.
John Dygone.
Thomas Muleward.
John Bakere.
Gilbert Tayllour.
Ralph Kynztone.
John Waterdene.
John Whyte.
Walter Strange.
John Pope.
Roger Home.
Thomas Coke.
Thomas Lunhales.
William Byrches.
Thomas Gaus.
Thomas Damesel.
John Ashard.
Walter Durant.
Henry Petypas, monk of Flaxley abb.
Geoffrey Torre, Fr. Min., Hereford.

SUBDEACONS.

John Clongoneford, S. Giles' hosp., Shrewsbury.
John de Westwode, Holy Trin. hosp., Bridgnorth.
John Walkere, S. Giles' hosp., Shrewsbury.
John Pyrye, S. Wolstan's hosp., Worc.
William Lont, S. John Bapt. hosp., Ludlow.

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John Hyot, Great Malvern pr.
Thomas Howes, dean and chapter, Hereford.
Walter, s. of John Clerk, Hugh le Yonge, ti. pa.
Richard Shocunhulle, Lyre abb.
William, s. of Richard Grym, S. John Bapt. hosp., Shrewsbury.
Richard Eruyet, ti. pa.
John Cooke, Poughulle Pr.
John Stratford, monk of S. Guthlac's pr., Hereford.
John Kemeys, Robert Overbury, Fr. Pr., Glouc.
Thomas Newport, William of the Kank, monks of Wenlock pr.
John Ruysshok, canon of Llanthony prima pr.
John Rodene, Fr. Pr., Shrewsbury.

DEACONS.

John ap Ll. ap Reez, ti. pa.
Edmund de Lodelowe, John de Shyptone, S. Giles' hosp., Shrewsbury.
John Boudlers, Chirbury pr.
John de Bocultone, S. John's hosp., Ludlow.
Walter Hagur, Chirbury pr.
William de Walintone, S. John's hosp., Ludlow.
Thomas Tayllour, dean and chapter, Hereford.
John Gowz, Crasswall pr.
William Lye, rect. of Ross.
Robert Bartone, Fr. Min., Hereford.

PRIESTS.

Edward Burnell, archdeacon of Ely (l. d.), Cov. and Lich. dioc.
Thomas Gowz, sacrist. in Churcham.
Thomas Ekkeley, Dore abb.
William Wymond, ti. pa.
Henry Wyttingelowe, Buildwas abb.
William Husket, Clifford pr.
John Longe, S. John's hosp., Shrewsbury.
John Daywen, S. Giles hosp., Shrewsbury.
Gilbert Stede, Wormesley pr.
John, s. of Richard Jenanus, Hugh Bakere, S. Giles' hosp., Shrewsbury.
Richard Crompe, Reading abb.
John Persouns, the bishop's grace.
David ap Jak, Monmouth pr.
William Lawher, Clifford pr.

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Richard Wormbrugge, dean and chapter, Hereford.
John Stafford, the bishop's grace.
John Barfot, S. Barth. hosp., Glouc.
William Stevenus, dean and chapter, Hereford.
John Brunles, Fr. Carm., Ludlow.
David Glascun, Fr. Pr., Glouc.
Thomas Webb, monk of Flaxley abb.
John Burleye, Fr. Herem., Ludlow.
Roland of Monmouth, Fr. Min., Hereford.

TONSURED.

Philip ap Adam, John Sherman.

ORDINATION IN THE CHAPEL AT SUGWAS, APRIL 7, 1375.

ACOLYTE.

William Hereford.

PRIESTS.

William Lye, rect. of Ross.
Philip Rogeres, Exeter dioc., by the bishop's grace.
John Stevenus, ti. pa.

TONSURED.

Richard Knyper, William Geffray, Walter Underwode.

ORDINATION IN THE CATHEDRAL BY THE BISHOP, ON THE EVE OF TRINITY SUNDAY, JUNE 16, 1375.

ACOLYTES.

John Proude.
John Waltone.
John Prendergest.
Walter de la Hulle.
Richard Helle.
William Cachepoll.
Thomas Cardytone.
Thomas Alford.
John Skynerell.
Richard Gamele.
Hugh Wormesley.
Richard Wyncheford.

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SUBDEACONS.

Richard Spermone, S. John Bapt. hosp., Shrewsbury.
Nicholas Smyth, Buildwas abb.
Thomas Exhale, S. Barth hosp., Glouc.
John de Henley, S. Giles' hosp., Shrewsbury.
William Vale, Monmouth pr.
William Thorlewynd, sacrist. in Meole Brace.
John Symone, Crasswall pr.
William Broun, Holy Trin. hosp., Bridgnorth.
William Carpinter, S. John's hosp., Ludlow.
John Hyde, rect. of Onibury.
John Gaveroys, Dore abb.
Thomas Portinon, sacrist. in Lydbury.
John Barbour, the bishop's grace.
John Dygone, ti. pa.
John Chaddesley, Fr. Herem., Woodhouse.
John Gregori, Fr. Herem., Ludlow.

DEACONS.

John de Clongoneford, S. Giles' hosp., Shrewsbury.
John Hyot, Monmouth pr.
John Walkere, S. Giles' hosp., Shrewsbury.
Walter Clerke, Richard Ernyet, ti. pa.
William Kyngetone, Keynsham abb.
Thomas Howes, dean and chapter, Hereford.
William Lont, S. John Bapt. hosp., Ludlow.
John Rodene, Fr. Pr., Ludlow.
John Wyke, monk of Kyngswood abb.

PRIESTS.

Griffin ap Jevan, ti.
John Godard, Leeds pr., Cant. dioc.
Edmund de Lodelowe, S. Giles' hosp., Shrewsbury.
John Boudlers, Chirbury pr.
Thomas Tayller, dean and chapter, Hereford.
William de Wolvertone, S. John Bapt. hosp., Ludlow.
John Slyptone, S. Giles' hosp., Shrewsbury.
John Baryngtone, rect. of Weyford.
Robert Hethe, Walter Stanley, Kyngswood abb.
Henry Greneborw, Fr. Min., Coventry.
Richard Pewene, Fr. Herem., Ludlow.

Episcopi Herefordensis. 57

ACOLYTES ORDAINED ON THE MORROW AT SUGWAS.

Howell Gouwz, Richard Wyncheford, John Sprowesley, William Hereford.
Roger, Fr. Herem., Ludlow.
John Lonier, Fr. Pr., Shrewsbury.

TONSURED ON THE SAME DAY.

Richard de Westone.
David Henthlan.
William Geffray.
John Sybely.
John Luytull.
Richard Cowpere.
David Gowe.
Jevan Du ap Griffith.
Jevan ap Phelip.
John Underwode.

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