From Becket to Langton: English Church Government, 1170- 1213

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APPENDIX I
PROVIDEES AND ITALIANS IN ENGLISH BENEFICES

(see pp. 76-82)

GENTILE, nephew of Pope Alexander III, held (in addition to his prebend of Lincoln, noted on p. 80) the church of Eynsford (Kent).1 Another nephew, THOMAS, was admitted to Caxton (Cambs.) in 1190 or 1191.2 LAURENCE, nephew of Celestine III, was a canon of St. Paul's Cathedral in 1192.3 S., nephew of Innocent III, held the prebend of Leighton in Lincoln Cathedral in 1213.4 In 1178 MASTER AIMERUCUS DE PARTIMACHO, clerk of the legate Hugh Pierleone, held a church of Merton Priory at the request of Alexander III.5 MASTER ELIAS OF CHIEVELEY obtained a mandate from Pope Celestine III to the abbot and monks of Abingdon, asking them to give him the church of Chieveley (Berks) 'notwithstanding any promise made contrary to the rules of the Lateran Council without our command'. Master Elias presumably anticipated trouble, for he got a papal letter to two bishops to execute this mandate. That was not enough, for the monks sent to Rome, the bishops wrote for further instructions, and the pope reiterated his previous mandate. Elias eventually got his church, but after enjoying it peacefully for some time (according to his own account) he was forced to resign it and had recourse to Rome again in 1199.6

HUGUICIO LOMBARDUS held the prebend of Warminster in the church of Wells in 1200.7 MASTER BRITIUS, a papal notary, held for about ten years the church of Hessle (E.R. Yorks.); the priory of Guisborough had conferred it upon him at Innocent III's command.8 In 1201 John, a Roman nobleman, was a prebendary of York.9 This was probably that MASTER JOHN

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1
Epp. Cantuar., p. xlviii, n. 1.
2
PUE, i. 567.
3
R. Newcourt, Repertorium ( 1708), i. 144 note f.
4
Rotuli litt. clausarum (Record Comm.), i. 156b.
5
PUE, i. 424-5: 'ad mandatum domini pape et ad preces domini regis'.
6
See SLI, p. 15.
7
A. Potthast, Regesta pontificum, no. 984; cf. Hist. MSS. Comm. Wells MSS., i. 55, dated by the presence of Master Philip the notary.
8
Potthast, Regesta, no. 1459, and PL, ccxvi. 374-5.
9
Potthast, Regesta, no. 1281. John Romanus witnesses an act of the dean and chapter in that year ( EϒC, ix. 201, cf. i. 42, 196, 245).

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Preface v
  • Contents vii
  • List of Abbreviations ix
  • I - Introduction 1
  • II - The Bishops 19
  • III - England and Rome 42
  • IV - Church and State 87
  • V - The Diocese 119
  • VI - The Laity 155
  • Appendix I - Providees and Italians in English Benefices 178
  • Appendix II - Early Vicarages in the Diocese of Lincoln 182
  • Appendix III - Selected Documents 186
  • Index 201
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