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

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THE CLUNIAC HOUSES

No names have been found in this period for Aldermanshaw and Nottingham (Basford).

ACRE, see CASTLE ACRE

BARNSTAPLE (Devon), St Mary Magdalen (S.Martin des Champs) f. c. 1107 Lists in Oliver, pp. 196–7;Heads, I, 114.

Richard Occ. early 1227 (Prynne, Records, III, 74).

Baldwin Occ. 4 July 1238 (Devon F., I, p. 174, no. 353).

Peter Occ. 6 June 1249 (Devon F., I, p. 249, no. 492).

Unnamed pr. prof. obed. 22 July 1261 (Reg. Bronescombe, p. 24;Reg. W. Bronescombe, I, no. 349).

Simon de Gorney (Gurneye) 1265-Adm. 20 Aug. 1265, no reason given for vacancy (Reg. Bronescombe, p. 112;Reg. W. Bronescombe, II, no. 596). Occ. 8 Dec. 1270 (CPR 1266–72, p. 497). Excommunicated 20 Apr. 1272 (Reg. Bronescombe, p. 24;Reg. W. Bronescombe, II, no. 901).

Monition, dated 25 Feb. 1275, to the pr. and convent of S. Martin des Champs to present a suitable person to be pr. of Barnstaple, diutius vacantis, by 1 May (ibid., pp. 24–5;Reg. W. Bronescombe, II, no. 1053).

Theobald de Curtipalacio 1275-M. of Barnstaple, adm. and prof. obed. 29 June 1275 (ibid., p. 25;Reg. W. Bronescombe, II, no. 1087). Letterof caption 1279 (Reg. Pecham, I, 24). Previously pr. of St James, Exeter. mentd 1279 (Cluniac Visitations, p. 25). Occ. 10 June 1278, 31 May 1279 (PRO, C85/3/5–6).

Pascasius (Paschasius) Occ. going overseas 19 Mar. 1291 (CPR 1281–92, p. 425); Nov. 1295 x Nov. 1296 (PRO, E106/3/19, m. 10d); Nov. 1296 x Nov. 1297 (PRO, E106/4/2, m. 2); Nov. 1297 x Nov. 1298 (PRO, E106/4/8, m. 1d; E106/4/9.m. 1d); Nov. 1298 x Nov. 1299 (PRO, E106/4/10, m. 2d); Easter 1300 (PRO, E106/4/14, m. 4); Nov. 1302 x Nov. 1303 (PRO, E106/4/18, m. 5); n.d. (PRO, C146/3642;/3881;/5469).

John Occ. 18 Mar. 1308 (PRO, C146/4562). ? the same as John de Nantolio below.

John de Nantolio 1314-As pr. of Barnstaple, given custody of St James' priory, Exeter 17 Mar. 1314 and coll. by lapse 1 Aug. 1314, mand. for induction 2 Aug.1314 (Reg. Stapeldon, p. 214, cf.p. 188;Reg. Bytton, p. 412).

John Notarial instrument regarding prof. obed. to archdn of Barnstaple 1 Dec. 1319 (PRO, C270/30/12). Commn apptd 25 Sept. 1323 to investigate charges against pr. John and to suspend him if reports were true (Reg. Stapeldon, p.41;PRO, C270/30/13). Occ. 1324 (PRO, E106/5/2, m. 7d); 1326 (Memo. Roll 1326–7, p. 272); Trin. 1327 (Index to Placita de Banco, p. 92). Prob. to be identified with John de Sancta Gemma (see next entry).

John de Sancta Gemma Occ. 3 Nov. 1332 (Reg. Grandisson, I, 263). House under interdict following desertion by John de Sancta Gemma 21 Nov. 1332 (ibid., I, 670). Res. by 18 Mar. 1333 (ibid., III, 1292).

[John dictus de Parys Commn to remove John dictus de Parys from the rule and administration of the priory 29 Sept. 1332. He had intruded himself, while pr. John de Sancta Gemma was still alive (ibid., II, 658–9).]

John Sayer (Soier, Soyer) 1333–1334 M. of Cluny, priest, inst. 18 Mar. 1333 on res. of John de Sancta Gemma (ibid., III, 1292). Pres. to priory but bp reluctant to adm. him as he was publicly defamed—dissolute, having children, dilapidations, etc.–while he was in Wales (ibid.,

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • 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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