The Heads of Religious Houses, England and Wales - Vol. 2

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THE BENEDICTINE HOUSES:
INDEPENDENT HOUSES

ABBOTSBURY (Dorset), St Peter f. c.1044 Lists in VCH Dorset, II, 53;Heads, I, 23.

Abbey vacant 15 July 1213 when ordered to send candidates for the king's choice (Rot. Lit. Claus., I, 150).

Hugh II–?1246 Occ. 1216 × 1220 (Ctl. Loders, pp. 62–4). Occ. 1227 (Dorset F., p. 33); Aug. 1238 Sarum Chts., p. 246, no. ccxvii). Lic to el. (no reason given for vacancy) 16 Jan. 1246 (CPR 1232–47, p. 470).

Roger de Brideton 1246–?1258 Sacrist of Abbotsbury, royal ass. 3 Feb. 1246, writ de intendendo 11 Feb. 1246 (CPR 1232–47, p. 473). Cert. conf. eln by bp of Salisbury 10 Feb. 1246 (PRO, C84/1/52). Bl. at Woodford 21 Feb. 1246 (Sarum Chts., pp. 291–2, no. ccl). Lic to el. (no reason given for vacancy) 17 Oct. 1258 (CPR 1247–58, p. 653).

Joan of Hilton (Helton) 1258–1284 Pr. of Abbotsbury, royal ass. 28 Oct. 1258, temps. (no name), the eln having been conf. by bp of Salisbury31 Oct. 1258 (ibid., p. 654;CPR 1258–66, p. 1). D. by 28 Apr. 1284 (PRO, C84/8/22). D., lic. to el. 5 May 1284 (CPR 1281–92, p. 120).

Philip of Sherborne (Shireburn) 1284–1296 Chamberlain of Abbotsbury, royal ass. 27 May 1284 (CPR 1281–92, p. 121). By reason of his debility attorneys apptd for 2 years 15 Sept. 1293 (CPR 1292–1301, p. 36.). D., lic. to el. 26 Dec. 1296 (CPR 1292–1301, p. 225).

[Williamof Kingston (Kingeston, Kyngeston) Pr. of Abbotsbury, royalass. 14 Jan. 1297 (ibid., p. 228). Eln quashed by Bp N[icholas] of Salisbury by 2 Mar. (presumably by 22 Feb.) 1297 (ibid., p. 239, cf.p. 264.).]

Benedict of Loders (Lodres) 1297–1320 M. of Abbotsbury, royal protection for abb.-el. 22 Feb. 1297 (ibid., p. 264). Temps. 2 Mar. 1297 (ibid., p. 239). D. by 17 June 1320 (PRO, C84/19/51). D., lic. to el. 25 June 1320 (CPR 1317–21, p. 456).

Ralph of Sherborne (Schirborn, Shirborne, Shirburn) 1320–1321 Pr. of Abbotsbury, royal ass. 6 July 1320, temps. 4 Aug. 1320 (ibid., pp. 458, 494); eln pres. to bp 11 July 1320, conf. 26 July, bl. 10 Aug. 1320 (Reg. Martival, I, 416;PRO, C84/19/52). D. by 2 Feb. 1321 (PRO, C84/20/3). D., lic. to el. 7 Feb. 1321 (CPR 1317–21, p. 559).

Peterof Sherborne (Schirborn, Shirborne, Shireborn) 1321–1324 M. of Abbotsbury, eln pres. to king for royal ass. 16 Feb. 1321 (PRO, C84/20/4); royal ass. 21 Feb. 1321, temps. 12 Mar. 1321 (CPR 1317–21, pp. 564, 570). Eln pres. to bp 24 Feb. 1321, conf. 10 Mar. 1321, bl. 22 Mar. 1321 (Reg. Martival, I, 416–17). D., lic. to el. 9 Jan. 1324 (CPR 1321–24, p. 360, cf. Cal. Chanc. Warr., p. 550).

William le Fauconer 1324–1343 M. of Abbotsbury, eln reported to king and royal ass. sought 20 Jan. 1324 (Cal. Chanc. Warr., p. 550); royal ass. 29 Jan. 1324, temps. 23 Feb. 1324 (CPR 1321–24, pp. 365, 367). D., lic. to el. 2 Dec. 1343 (CPR 1343–45, p. 144).

Walter de Saunford (Samford) 1343–1348 M. of Abbotsbury, royal ass. 19 Dec. 1343, temps. 26 Jan. 1344 (ibid., pp. 155, 188). Lic. of Chapter of Salisbury for Walter de Samford, abb.el. of Abbotsbury to receive blessing elsewhere than in Salisbury Cathedral, 23 Jan. 1344 (Hemingby's Reg., p. 116, no. 186). House void 30 Oct. 1348 (CPR 1348–50, p. 198). D., lic. to el. 22 Nov. 1348 (ibid., p. 208).

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Table of contents

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  • Title Page *
  • Contents v
  • Preface vii
  • Manuscript Sources Cited ix
  • Printed Books and Articles Cited, with Abbreviated References xix
  • Other Abbreviations lxv
  • Introduction 1
  • Heads of Religious Houses England and Wales *
  • The Benedictine Houses:Independent Houses 15
  • The Benedictine House: Dependencies 89
  • The Benedictine Houses: Alien Priories 138
  • The Cluniac Houses 219
  • The Grandmontine House 255
  • The Cistercian Houses 258
  • The Carthusian Monks 325
  • The Augustinian Canons 327
  • The Premonstratensian Canons 491
  • The Gilbertine Canons and Nuns 519
  • The Trinitarian Houses 532
  • Monasteries of Bonhommes 535
  • Unidentified Order 536
  • The Nuns 537
  • Index of Heads 627
  • Index of Religious Houses 722
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