The Book of the Foundation of Walden Monastery

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APPENDIX 3
THE ENDOWMENTS OF WALDEN
ABBEY BEFORE 1227

In the notes below, the following abbreviations have been used: archdy. archdeaconry; conf. confirmation, confirmed; dioc. diocese; temp. tempore; temps. temporalities.

AMERSHAM, Bucks.; Lincoln dioc.; Buckingham archdy. Manor of Geoffrey de Mandeville in 1086 ( DB i. 149c).

Church named among Initial grants in accounts Of foundation (above, i. 7, and App. 2, no. 1). Named in general confs. by popes 25 Apr. 1148 and 30 Dec. [1167 × 1169] ( PUE i, nos. 43, 110), and among nine churches set aside for the poor and the hospital in papal conf. 11 Apr. [1180] (ibid., no. 178). Conf. with two other churches in Lincoln dioc. ( Aynho and Kingham) by bishop of Lincoln 19 Dec. 1148 × 12 Dec. 1164 ( EEA i, no. 276). Named in general conf. by archbishop Oct. 1181 × May 1183 (ibid., ii, no. 222). In general confs. by Earl Geoffrey the younger (above, App. 2, no. 2) and Earl William I (ibid., no. 3). Among seven churches the advowson of which was renounced to Earl William I for his lifetime (ibid., no. 4). Among nine churches which Geoffrey fitz Peter quitclaimed in return for the advowson in his and his son Geoffrey's lifetimes (ibid., no. 10). In general conf. by Earl William II (ibid., no. 12).

Pension. 1 mark temp. Prior William, before 12 Dec. 1164 (above, i. 10). 5 marks temp. Robert [de Burnham] archdeacon of Buckingham, 1180s (cart., fo. 61r, no. 1). 5 marks in 1190s (above, ill. 10). Still 5 marks in 1260 (cart., fo. 43r) and 1291 ( Taxatio, p. 33).

Clergy. John clerk instituted for pension of 5 marks, 1180s (cart., fo. 61r, no. 2). Walter de Fauconberg rector (ibid., no. 4).

Chapel conceded by Prior Reginald to Richard de Weddon [1166 × 68] (cart., fo. 61r, no. 3).

ARKESDEN, Essex; London dioc.; Colchester archdy. Manor of Eudo the dapifer in 1086 ( DB ii. 51b).

Church granted in settlement of dispute over advowson between Eudo of Arkesden and William son of Ernald (above, ii. 10; cf. W. Farrer, Honors and Knights' Fees (3 vols.; London, 1923-5), iii. 186-7); final concord 4 Nov. 1180 (cart., fo. 132v) and charters by Eudo and William (ibid., nos. 5-7). Conf. by bishop of London 4 Nov. 1180 × Sept. 1181 ( GFL, no. 446), and included

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