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									REG.      DATE          KEY.       BENEFICE.                                     FOOT1.    PORTION.
          1417 Apr 24
Lacy(1417-1420).        14170124   Monkland.
          1417 Apr 24
Lacy(1417-1420).        14170124   Westbury.
          1417 May 5
Lacy(1417-1420).        14170205   Archdeaconry of Hereford.
          1417 May 5
Lacy(1417-1420).        14170205   Archdeaconry of Shropshire.
          1417 May 7
Lacy(1417-1420).        14170207   Newland.                                      [1]
          1417 May 7
Lacy(1417-1420).        14170207   Puddlestone (Putlestone).
          1417 May 7
Lacy(1417-1420).        14170207   Thruxton (Thnrlestone).
          1417 May 29
Lacy(1417-1420).        14170229   Bromfield.
          1417 May 31
Lacy(1417-1420).        14170231   Archdeaconry of Hereford.
          1417 May 31
Lacy(1417-1420).        14170231   Archdeaconry of Salop.
          1417 Jun 2
Lacy(1417-1420).        14170302   Cardiston chapel.
          1417 Jun 20
Lacy(1417-1420).        14170320   Taynton.
          1417 Jun 25
Lacy(1417-1420).        14170325   Winforton.
          1417 Jun 28
Lacy(1417-1420).        14170328   Ledbury.                                      [1]       Netherhall.
          1417 Jul
Lacy(1417-1420). 15     14170415   Kentchurch.
          1417 Jul
Lacy(1417-1420). 15     14170415   Whitney.
          1417 Jul
Lacy(1417-1420). 17     14170417   Holdgate.                                               1st.
          1417 Jul
Lacy(1417-1420). 23     14170423   Avenbury.
          1417 Jul
Lacy(1417-1420). 31     14170431   Master or warden of S. Katharine's hospital, Ledbury.
          1417 Jul
Lacy(1417-1420). 31     14170431                                                           N
                                   Prebend or portion of Netherall in Ledbury under Malvern. etherhall.
          1417 Sep 13
Lacy(1417-1420).        14170613   Pontesbury.                                             Portion.
          1417 Sep 25
Lacy(1417-1420).        14170625   Llandinabo.
          1417 Oct 17
Lacy(1417-1420).        14170717   Dyndor (Duynor).                              [1]
          1417 Oct 17
Lacy(1417-1420).        14170717   Lyonshall (Leonhales and Linnales).           [1]
          1417 Oct 20
Lacy(1417-1420).        14170720   Chancellorship.
          1417 Oct 20
Lacy(1417-1420).        14170720   Pontesbury.                                             Portion.
          1417 Oct 23
Lacy(1417-1420).        14170723   Minsterworth.
          1417 Oct 26
Lacy(1417-1420).        14170726   Eastnor
          1417 Oct 27
Lacy(1417-1420).        14170727   Bromyard.                                               1st.
          1417 Nov 4
Lacy(1417-1420).        14170804   Prato minori.
          1417 Nov 6
Lacy(1417-1420).        14170806   Treasurership with church of Bouldon (Bobulton).
          1417 Nov 10
Lacy(1417-1420).        14170810   Puttesdone majori with church of Vowchurch.
          1417 Nov 17
Lacy(1417-1420).        14170817   Munsley.
          1417 Nov 17
Lacy(1417-1420).        14170817   Welsh Bicknor.
          1417 Nov 18
Lacy(1417-1420).        14170818   Diddlebury.                                   [1]
          1417 Dec 9
Lacy(1417-1420).        14170909   Stretton.
          1417 Dec 18
Lacy(1417-1420).        14170918   Pontesbury.
          1418 Apr 19
Lacy(1417-1420).        14180119   Mitcheldean (Magna Dene).
          1418 Apr 25
Lacy(1417-1420).        14180125   Sidbury.
          1418 May 5
Lacy(1417-1420).        14180205   Worthin.                                      [3]
          1418 May 19
Lacy(1417-1420).        14180219   Kyre Wyard (Curewyard).
          1418 May 30
Lacy(1417-1420).        14180230   Ross.
          1418 Jun 2
Lacy(1417-1420).        14180302   Dymock.
          1418 Jun 9
Lacy(1417-1420).        14180309   Warham.
          1418 Jun 12
Lacy(1417-1420).        14180312   Stoke Edith.
          1418 Jun 16
Lacy(1417-1420).        14180316   Pixley (Pykesley).
          1418 Jun 16
Lacy(1417-1420).        14180316   Snodhill free chapel.
          1418 Jul
Lacy(1417-1420). 11     14180411   More by Lydham.
          1418 Jul
Lacy(1417-1420). 11     14180411   Munslow.
          1418 Jul
Lacy(1417-1420). 16     14180416   Chapel of Snodhill.
          1418 Jul
Lacy(1417-1420). 16     14180416   Hampton.
          1418 Jul
Lacy(1417-1420). 18     14180418   Humber.
          1418 Jul
Lacy(1417-1420). 27     14180427   Cleobury Mortimer.
          1418 Jul
Lacy(1417-1420). 27     14180427   Neen (Nyen) Sollers.
          1418 Aug 9
Lacy(1417-1420).        14180509   Bridstow.
          1418 Aug 9
Lacy(1417-1420).        14180509   Carrington.
          1418 Aug 13
Lacy(1417-1420).        14180513   Edvyn (Yedevyn).
          1418 Aug 13
Lacy(1417-1420).        14180513   Woolhope (Hope Wolnyth).
          1418 Aug 26
Lacy(1417-1420).        14180526   Ross.
          1418 Aug 30
Lacy(1417-1420).        14180530   Ganarew (Generewe).                          [6]
          1418 Sep 3
Lacy(1417-1420).        14180603   Eton on Wye.                                 [7]
          1418 Oct 6
Lacy(1417-1420).        14180706   Letton.                                      [1]
          1418 Oct 6
Lacy(1417-1420).        14180706   Lyonshall (Lenhale).
          1418 Nov 27
Lacy(1417-1420).        14180827   Yazor.
          1418 Nov 28
Lacy(1417-1420).        14180828   Upton (deanery of Pontesbury).
          1418 Dec 4
Lacy(1417-1420).        14180904   Tedstone de la mare.                         [3]
          1418 Dec 11
Lacy(1417-1420).        14180911   Minsterworth.
          1418 Feb 1
Lacy(1417-1420).        14181101   Eigne (Yene).                                [4] [5]
          1418 Feb 13
Lacy(1417-1420).        14181113   Stoke Bliss.
          1418 Feb 15
Lacy(1417-1420).        14181115   Kinlet.
          1418 Feb 17
Lacy(1417-1420).        14181117   Worthyn.
          1418 Mar 1
Lacy(1417-1420).        14181201   Winforton.
          1418 Mar 11
Lacy(1417-1420).        14181211   Neen Savage (Neyne).
          1418 Mar 13
Lacy(1417-1420).        14181213   More.
          1418 Mar 26
Lacy(1417-1420).        14181226   Dymock.
          1419 Apr 3
Lacy(1417-1420).        14190103   Longhope.
          1419 Apr 9
Lacy(1417-1420).        14190109   Mordiford.
          1419 Apr 28
Lacy(1417-1420).        14190128   Church Withington.
          1419 Apr 28
Lacy(1417-1420).        14190128   Puttesdone minore.
          1419 Apr 28
Lacy(1417-1420).        14190128   Warham.
          1419 May 12
Lacy(1417-1420).        14190212   Putson major.
          1419 Jun 10
Lacy(1417-1420).        14190310   Winforton.
          1419 Jul
Lacy(1417-1420). 13     14190413   Humber.
          1419 Aug 1
Lacy(1417-1420).        14190501   Alberbury                                    [1]
          1419 Aug 1
Lacy(1417-1420).        14190501   Bodenham.
          1419 Aug 6
Lacy(1417-1420).        14190506   Newland.                                     [2]
          1419 Sep 10
Lacy(1417-1420).        14190610   Radnor.
          1419 Sep 29
Lacy(1417-1420).        14190629   Baysham.
          1419 Sep 29
Lacy(1417-1420).        14190629   Woolhope.
          1419 Oct 3
Lacy(1417-1420).        14190703   Bromsberrow.
          1419 Oct 6
Lacy(1417-1420).        14190706   Upton (vic).
          1419 Oct 20
Lacy(1417-1420).        14190720   Edwin Ralph (Yedlen Raffe).
          1419 Oct 28
Lacy(1417-1420).        14190728   Chantry of S. Katherine, Hereford, called "benchesborekote".
          1419 Oct 28
Lacy(1417-1420).        14190728   Hope Mansell (Maloiselle).
          1419 Nov 16
Lacy(1417-1420).        14190816   Warham.
          1419 Dec 7
Lacy(1417-1420).        14190907   Pencombe.
          1419 Dec 19
Lacy(1417-1420).        14190919   Eigne (Yne).
          1419 Feb 18
Lacy(1417-1420).        14191118   Church of S. Keyne, the Virgin, at Kentchurch.
          1419 Feb 18
Lacy(1417-1420).        14191118   Clifton.
          1419 Feb 18
Lacy(1417-1420).        14191118   Shelsley.
          1419 Feb 18
Lacy(1417-1420).        14191118   Shelvechapel (Schelwe).
          1419 Feb 22
Lacy(1417-1420).        14191122   Hampton.
          1419 Mar 4
Lacy(1417-1420).        14191204   Tasley.                                      [6]
          1420 Apr 3
Lacy(1417-1420).        14200103   Diddlebury (Dudulbury).
          1420 Apr 20
Lacy(1417-1420).        14200120   Canonical residence.                         [5]
          1420 Apr 21
Lacy(1417-1420).        14200121   Wellington.
          1420 Apr 22
Lacy(1417-1420).        14200122   Canonical residence.
          1420 Apr 24
Lacy(1417-1420).        14200124   Donnington.
          1420 Apr 26
Lacy(1417-1420).        14200126   Weston.
          1420 Apr 29
Lacy(1417-1420).        14200129   Churcham.
          1420 May 6
Lacy(1417-1420).        14200206   Newland.
          1420 May 8
Lacy(1417-1420).        14200208   Ludlow.
          1420 May 8
Lacy(1417-1420).        14200208   Stoke Bliss.
          1420 May 9
Lacy(1417-1420).        14200209   Welsh Bicknor.
          1420 May 23
Lacy(1417-1420).        14200223   Bucknell (Bokenhulle).
          1420 May 23
Lacy(1417-1420).        14200223   Stoke S. Milborough.
          1420 Jun 20
Lacy(1417-1420).        14200320   Bromyard.                           3rd.
          1420 Jul
Lacy(1417-1420). 1      14200401   Bosbury.
          1420 Jul
Lacy(1417-1420). 5      14200405   Newland.
          1420 Jul
Lacy(1417-1420). 9      14200409   Staunton (Forest deanery).
          1420 Jul
Lacy(1417-1420). 10     14200410   Lydham (Lydom).               [2]
          1420 Jul
Lacy(1417-1420). 11     14200411   Tiddenham (Tudenham).         [2]
          1420 Aug 1
Lacy(1417-1420).        14200501   Kentchurch (Sancte Keyne).
          1420 Aug 6
Lacy(1417-1420).        14200506   Ross.
          1420 Aug 8
Lacy(1417-1420).        14200508   Hope Sollers.
          1420 Aug 29
Lacy(1417-1420).        14200529   Sapey Lower.                  [2]
          1420 Sep 3
Lacy(1417-1420).        14200603   Hopton Wafer.
          1420 Sep 8
Lacy(1417-1420).        14200608   Bromyard.                           1st.
          1420 Sep 10
Lacy(1417-1420).        14200610   Eastham.
          1420 Sep 10
Lacy(1417-1420).        14200610   Pixley.                       [2]
          1420 Sep 10
Lacy(1417-1420).        14200610   Uptone..
          1420 Sep 16
Lacy(1417-1420).        14200616   Morton Whaddon.
          1420 Sep 20
Lacy(1417-1420).        14200620   Wellington.
          1420 Jan 10
Lacy(1417-1420).        14201010   Shelsly Gulden (Geldone).
          1420 Jan 28
Lacy(1417-1420).        14201028   New Radnor.
          1420 Feb 27
Lacy(1417-1420).        14201127   Edvin Loach (Yddefenloges).
          1420 Mar 8
Lacy(1417-1420).        14201208   Alberbury.                    [1]
          1420 Mar 28
Lacy(1417-1420).        14201228   Hope Mansel (Maloysell).
TYPE.     PRESENTEE                    PATRON.                         PREVIOUSLY.
                                       The king.
Vicarage. John Chyrch, rector of the collegiate church of Westbury.William Potter, vicar of Monkland.
                                       Isabella,                       Pembridge.
          William Potter, vicar of Monkland. relict of Fulk, lord of John Chyrch, rector of the collegiate church of Westbury.
                                       The bishop.
Prebend. Master John Hereford, archdeacon of Shropshire.               Master John Loveney, archdeacon of Hereford.
                                       The bishop.
Prebend. Master John Loveney, archdeacon of Hereford.                  Master John Hereford, archdeacon of Shropshire.
                                       The
          Richd. Honycherch, chaplain. king. [2]
                                       Walter Suan, John               John Kernes, chaplains, and John Bras, layman,
          John Abbot, rector of Thruxton (Thnrlestone). Smyth, John Partryche, rector of Puddlestone (Putlestone). feoffees of th
                                       The dean and chapter.
          John Kernes, rector of Puddlestone (Putlestone).             John Abbot, rector of Thruxton (Thnrlestone).
Vicarage. John Carbonelle.             Abbot and conv. of Gloucester.  William Kynstone.
                                        of Salop.
Prebend. John Hereford, archdeaconThe bishop.                          John Loveney, archdeacon of Hereford. [2]
                                        of Hereford.
Prebend. John Loveney, archdeacon The bishop.                          John Hereford, archdeacon of Salop. [2]
          Robert Skynnere.             Abbot and conv. of Wigmore.William Doket.
          Roger Olbroke, chaplain. Abbot and conv. of Gloucester.      Roger ap David.
          Richd. Bratinspath, clerk. Edmund, earl of March.            Marmaduke Lumley.
Prebend. Nicholas Lyner, clerk.        The bishop.                     Master David ap Rya.
                                       The                             Reginald
          John Hales, rector of Whitney. abbot and convent of Gloucester. Lane, rector of Kentchurch.
                                       Sir Robert
          Reginald Lane, rector of Kentchurch. Whitney, knt.           John Hales, rector of Whitney.
          John Pritfoot.                                               John Yngayne.
                                       The bishop (from Southampton, 14th July).
Vicarage. David de Hay.                Abbot and conv. of Dore.        Sir John. [3]
                                       The porcionary of the           Nicholas Lyney, master or warden of S. under Malvern.
          Robert Prees, [3] prebendary or dean and chapter.prebend or portion called Netherall, in Ledbury Katharine's hospital, Le
                                       The bishop.                     Robert Prees,
Prebend. Nicholas Lyney, master or warden of S. Katharine's hospital, Ledbury. [3] prebendary or porcionary of the prebend or p
                                       S
Prebend. David ap Thomas, chaplain. ir Edward de Charletone. William Coryt.
          Richard Harper.              Thomas Cok, lord of Llandinabo. Richard Orcop.
                                       John Elye, rector Linnales). To be effected by John Field, dean of Hereford.
          John Pery, vicar of Lyonshall (Leonhales andof Dyndor (Duynor).
                                        (Duynor).
          John Elye, rector of DyndorThe prior and convent of Wormsley.John Pery, vicar of Lyonshall (Leonhales and Linnales).
          Richard Proctor, chaplain. The bishop.                       Thomas Hanley.[2]
Prebend. John Carpenter.               Sir Edward de Cherletone, knt.  Hugh Holbache.
                                                                       John Calverhulle.
          William Cadoe, chaplain. Prior and conv of S. Oswald's, Gloucester.
          Nicholas Morys.              The bishop.                     William Oldeford
                                       The chapel.
          Richd. Blythe, clerk of the king'sbishop.                    Master John Shirford.
Prebend. Wm. Bailly, clerk.            The bishop.                     Nich. Hereford. [3]
          William Cave, chaplain. [4] The bishop                       Nich. Hereford.
Prebend. William Cave.                 The bishop.                     Master Richard Talbot.
                                        Bicknor.
          John Taylor, vicar of WelshJohn Molborne hac vice.           Richard Brompton, rector of Munsley.
                                         Munsley, (by his proctor John Bynor,
                                                                       John Taylor, vicar of Welsh Bicknor.
Vicarage. Richard Brompton, rector ofThe prior and convent of Monmouth. formally appointed before David ap Kyiwrit alias Roos
                                       The dean and chapter.
Vicarage. Richard Piers, rector of Manafon.                            William Asterley, vicar of Diddlebury.
          Thos. Oswaldestre, clerk. Feofees. [5]
                                       Sir Edwd. Bedford.
Prebend. Thos Bradshaw, a clerk to the duke ofCharleton, lord of Powys.John Carpenter.
          William Whyther, chaplain. Robert ap Eynon, scutifer. John Mulso. [2]
          Thomas Woolf,                                                Walter Laurence.
                                       Sir John Talbot, knt., lord of Fourneyvalle.
          Roger Skylle, chap.                                          Thomas Barker.
                                       Queen Johanna (guardian of Humphrey, son and heir of Edward, earl of Stafford).
          Walter Bryn, chap.           The king.
                                       The bishop
          Walter Lacy "having the first tonsure".                      John Gardiner.
Vicarage. Symon Wyllus.                                                 of Fotheringay.
                                       Master and Fellows of collegeRobert Craunford. [4]
                                       The bishop,
Prebend. John Cokworthy, clerk, the bishop's registrar.                Roger Fiore.
          Richard Taylor.                                              Roger
                                       Thomas Walweyn, of Stoke Edith. Horn.
          Jerome Orchart.              John Somondesham.               Philip Boley.
          Wm. Carpenter.               Sir John Chaundos, knt.         Richard Taylor.
                                       Sir John                        Walter Lawrence, rector and Geoffrey Potter
          William Phippes, rector of Munslow. Talbot, lord of Furnival, Walter de Dodestoneof More by Lydham. of More. [1]
                                       William Lydham.                 scutifer.
          Walter Lawrence, rector of More byBoerley of Bromcroft, William Phippes, rector of Munslow.
                                       Sir John Chandos, knt.
          John Whitard (also Hwitard), rector of Hampton.              William Carpenter, warden or rector of the chapel of Snodhill.
                                       In rector of the chapel the dean's Whitard (also Hwitard), rector of Hampton.
                                                                       John
          William Carpenter, warden or the bishop's gift andof Snodhill. jurisdiction.
          Richd. Carpenter.                                            Ev., Brecon.
                                       Prior and conv of S. John the Master John Stanewe.
Vicarage. Richard Welyntone, rector of Neen (Nyen) Sollers.            William Eggintone, vicar of Cleobury Mortimer, by his proctor R
                                       Cleobury Mortimer, by his proctor Richard Green, rector
                                                                       lord of Welyntone, Clare.
          William Eggintone, vicar of The earl of March and Ulster, RichardWigmore andpriest. of Neen (Nyen) Sollers.
Vicarage. Robert Whyt.                                                 Thomas Capell.
                                       Prior and conv. of Jesus of Bethlehem, Shene.
Vicarage. John Fox, chaplain.                                        Philip Halghton.[5]
                                      John Brymston, acting for Wm. Hulks, of the hosp of S. John of Jerusalem.
                                      William (Hope Wolnyth).
          John Sharlestre, vicar of WoolhopeCroft, armiger.          John Lewys, rector of Edvyn (Yedevyn).
                                      The dean and
Vicarage. John Lewys, rector of Edvyn (Yedevyn). chapter.            John Sharlestre, vicar of Woolhope (Hope Wolnyth).
          John Gardener.              The bishop.                    Walter Lacy.
          John Barre, chap.                                          Griffin
                                      John Maynentone, lord of Ganarew. Landone.
          Philip Lucas, chap.         The bishop,                    John Vynour.
          Roger Muleward.             Sir Richard de la Bere, knt. John Somerford.
          John Walker                 Prior and conv. of Wormesley.  John Ely. [2]
Vicarage. John Fourges.                                              John
                                      Prior and conv. of Llanthony prima.Frere.
          John Campion, clerk.                                       W
                                      Hugh Cresset, arm., of Upton. illiam Ostage.
          Thos Myles. chap.           John Aylesbury and Thos Myles, Jun , both of Bridgnorth.
Vicarage. John Wotton,                Prior and conv. of S. Oswald, Gloucester.
Prebend. Edmund le Boorde, clerk. The bishop.                        John Clere of Codford. [6]
Vicarage. John Cokkes, alias Clyve, vicar of Wickhamford.            Richard Newenham, vicar of Stoke Bliss, by his proctor Gilbert
Vicarage. John Siligrove.             Abbot and conv. of Wigmore.William Scharpe.
          Roger Skylle.               Joan, queen of England. [7] Thomas Barker. [8]
                                      The Mereworth.                 Richard Braunspathe, clerk, rector of
          John Harrys, chaplain, rector of earl of March and Ulster (Ultonie), lord of Wigmore and Clare. Winforton.
Vicarage. Richard Beerde              Abbot and conv. of Wigmore.John Sulygrove.
          Walter Laurence.                                           William Phelypes.
                                      Sir John Talbot, knt., of Furnival.
                                      Abbot's Morton.                John Wylchar, vicar of Dymock.
Vicarage. Robert Craunford, rector of John Bokland, Master, and the Fellows of the College of Fotheringay.
Vicarage. John Bodenham,              Prior and conv. of Monmouth.John Sabyne. [7]
Vicarage. Henry Meyseye.              Abbot and conv. of Gloucester. John Waturdene.
Prebend. John Cokworthy.              The bishop.                    Master John Chatterne.
Prebend. John Dunstavylle, clerk.     The bishop.                    John Desford.
Prebend. Robert Trysk, clerk.         The bishop.                    John Cokworthy.
                                      The bishop.
Prebend. John Maltone, rector of Michelmersh.                        William Cave, canon and prebendary of Putson major in Heref
                                      Edmund, earl of March.         John proctor, John of Winforton.
          Walter Heliot, rector of Beechingstoke, (Bychyngstoke), by his Harrys, rector Nele.
          Philip Instyse, chap,                                      Richard
                                      Prior and conv. of S. John's, Brecon. Carpenter. [8]
          John de la Hoy, chaplain. Joanna, queen of England, etc.   Thomas Calvedone alias Done.
Vicarage. John Beynon, chap.                                         Thomas
                                      Prior and conv. of S. John's, Brecon. Kenner.
          Robert Burneby, chaplain. John, bishop of Llandaff.        R. H.
          William Lyngeyn.            Feoffees of Edmund, earl of March and Ulster. [3]
                                      The
Vicarage. John Lewys, vicar of Woolhope.dean and chapter.            Symon Phelypes, vicar of Baysham.
                                      The dean
Vicarage. Symon Phelypes, vicar of Baysham. and chapter.             John Lewys, vicar of Woolhope.
                                      Dame Katharine Bromwich. John Berstone, rector of Bromsberrow.
          William Skinner, rector of Pendock.
Vicarage. John Webb.                  Dean and chapter.              Richard Carpenter.
                                      W
          Thomas Smythes, chaplain. m. Croft, arm.                   John Frowde.
                                      The dean (Maloiselle).
          John Lodford, rector of Hope Mansell and chapter.          John Mortone, chaplain of the chantry of S. Katherine, Herefor
                                      The dean of chapter.           John Lodford, "benchesborekote".
          John Mortone, chaplain of the chantryandS. Katherine, Hereford, called rector of Hope Mansell (Maloiselle).
                                      The bishop.
Prebend. William Kynwoldmersh, clerk, and treasurer of England. Robert Trysk.
                                      Sir                            Sir Pencombe.
          Robert Herlestone, chaplain. Robt.Whyteneye, knt., lord of Eustace.
Prebend. Hugh Buytone, clerk.         The bishop.                    Edmund le Boord.
          John Hennebergh,            Abbot and conv. of Gloucester. John Hales. [5]
                                      The prioress and convent of Limebrook (Lindebrook). of Clifton.
Vicarage. John Noxtone, rector of Shelsley.                          Richard Benthale, vicar
                                      John Scalys, lord of Shelsley.John Noxtone, rector of Shelsley.
          Richard Benthale, vicar of Clifton.
          William Felyppes, chaplain.Johanna, queen of England. [4]  Adam Croke.
                                      The
Prebend. John Green, alias Holder, clerk. bishop.                    Richard Dyer.
                                      J                               the Hogg.
          William de Henby, chaplain. ohn Page, lord of Tasley, forJohnfeoffees.
Vicarage. John Atkyns.                Dean and chapter of Hereford.  Richard Peers. [4]
                                      The bishop.                    Henry
          Master John Cokworthy, canon and preb. of Church Withington.Myle.
                                      The Law.
Prebend. Master Walter London, Bach. in bishop.                      Henry Myle.
          John Grene, clerk.          The bishop.                    Roger Hore.
          Jerome Orchard, chaplain. Walter Rickart.                  Thomas Walcroft. [6]
Vicarage. John Pope.                                                 John Katharine's hosp., Ledbury.
                                      Nicholas Lyney, clerk, warden of S.Smythe.
Vicarage. John Uppyntone              Abbot and conv. of Gloucester. Thomas Lydyard.
Vicarage. John Orvelle.               John, bishop of Llandaff.      William Styward.
                                      John Merbury and Agnes Deverous,Myle.
          John Donwode, rect. of Morton Birt.                       Henry his wife. [1]
Vicarage. Richd Moss, chap.           Prior and conv. of Limebrook.John Clyffe.
          Richard Chestre.            Prior and conv. of Monmouth.Richard Cove.
                                      S. Milborough.                John Gryfyth, vicar of Bucknell (Bokenhulle).
Vicarage. John Yonge, vicar of Stoke The abbot and convent of Wigmore.
                                      The prior and convent of Wenlock. Yonge, vicar of Stoke S. Milborough.
Vicarage. John Gryfyth, vicar of Bucknell (Bokenhulle).             John
Prebend. Wm. Toly, clerk.             The bishop.                   John Hereford.
Vicarage. John Combre, chaplain.      The bishop.                   David Rose.
Vicarage. Henry Wodestoke.            John, bishop of Llandaff.     John Orvelle.
          William Smart.                                            Henry
                                      John Stauntone, lord of Staunton. Wodestoke.
          John Ingwardyne.            John Fitz Perys.
          John Marketsted.            Prior and conv. of Sheen.
          Hugh Carpenter.             Abbot and conv. of Gloucester.John Henbergh.
                                      John Gardener, rector of Ross.
          John Staneway, rector of Aldrington, Worcester diocese. Effected by the prior of Worcester, vicar general of Philip, bisho
          Philip ap Henry.                                          Thomas Pery.
                                      Robert Whytyngtone, domicellus.
          Matthew ap Egu, chaplain. Feoffees of Hugh Coksey. [3]
Vicarage. John Beulegard, chaplain. Abbot and conv. of Wigmore.
Prebend. (No name given).             The bishop.                   Richard Blythe.
          William Hulle, chaplain.    Sir William Lychfeld, knt.    Robert Palmere.
          John Wheler, chap.          The bishop by lapse.
Vicarage. Thomas Smyth.                                             John [4]
                                      President and chapter of Hereford. Webbe.
Prebend. William Ingram, chaplain. The bishop.                      John Baysham.
Prebend. John Baysham.                The bishop.                   Walter Londone.
          John Broune.                John Walice, arm.             Richard Bentale.
          Roger Gour, chap.                                          [3]
                                      Feoffees of the earl of March.William Lyngeyn.
                                       Great Eversden.
          Richard Fitz Johan, vicar ofEleanor Lucy.                 John Grete, rector of Edvin Loach (Yddefenloges).
                                      The (Kenardley).
          Henry Torot, vicar of Kinnersley king.                    John Heys, vicar of Alberbury.
          Hugh Coly.                  Prior and conv. of Monmouth.John Nortone.
CAUSE OF VACANCY.                   FOOT2.
Exchange.
Exchange.
Exchange.                           Commission dated Monastery of Reading.
Exchange.                           Commission dated Monastery of Reading.
                                    The Register of Edmund Ruyball,
Recovery of the benefice in the courts from an intruder, Wm. Smyth. Vicar General starts here. [1]-Date of presentation. The institu
Exchange.
Exchange.                           The Register of the Vicar General, Edmund Ruyballe, starts here.
Death.
Exchange.                           [2]-Their respective resignations, institutions, and inductions are given in the usual forms.
Exchange.                           [2]-Their respective resignations, institutions, and inductions are given in the usual forms.
Resignation.
Death.
Resignation.
Resignation.                        [1]-Commission dated monastery of Titchfield.
Exchange.
Exchange.
Resignation.
Deprivation.                        [3]-Quia interfecit concubinam suam.
Exchange.                           [3]-Robert Prees, also rector of Ripple, resigns the prebend by his proctor, Robert Clinton.
Exchange.
Death.
Death.
Exchange.                           [1]-Date of commission.
Exchange.                           [1]-Date of commission.
Resignation.                        [2]-By his proctor, Thomas Danbrone.
Death.
Death.
Resignation.
Death.
Entry into a religious life.        [3]-"Per religionis introilum spontaneum magistri Nicholai Hereford prolessi in monachum Carlu
Entry into a religious life.        [4]-Richard Northorp also is inserted in another hand.
Resignation.
Exchange.
Exchange.
Exchange.                           [1]-Date of commission. On a commission from the bishop of S Asaph.
                                    [5]-Sir Robert, lord of Ponyoggen, knt., Sir John Berkeley, knt., Robert Mors, William, Rymna, a
Resignation.
Resignation.                        [2]-Who receives a pension of £10.
Resignation.
Resignation.                        [3]-Confirmation by bishop of the institution by vicar general in March, 1417. See also p22.

Resignation.
Resignation.                        [4]-On a pension or six marks and the right to a room In vicarage "exopposito fontem".
Death.
Death.
Resignation.
Resignation.
Exchange.                           [1]-So found by an inquisition, by William Brome, vicar of Ledbury; Richard, rector of Mindtown;
Exchange.
Exchange.
Exchange.                           Effected by the subdean.
Resignation.
Exchange.
Exchange.
Death.
Resignation.                [5]-Who assigned a pension of 14 marks, three acres of glebe called Brydacre, le Hongyngacre
Exchange.                   Effected by the dean (Thomas Field) and chapter of Hereford.
Exchange.                   Effected by the dean (Thomas Field) and chapter of Hereford.
Resignation.
Resignation.                [6]-Inquiry held at Monmouth by Philip Dygerts, dean of Archenfield, with John, prior of Flancsfo
Resignation.                [7]-Date of commission.
Death.                      [1]-Date of commission.
Resignation.                [2]-On a penslon of 4 marks.
Death.
Resignation.
                            [3]-Date of commission to dean of Frome.
Creation of the vicarage.
Resignation.                [4]-Date of commission to institute, 9th February; another commission to induct. [5]-Obtained in
Exchange.                   On a commission from Thomas, bishop of Worcester.
Resignation.
Resignation.                [7]-As guardian of Humphrey, son and helr of Edward, late earl of Stafford. [8]-In the hall of the
Exchange.                   On a commission from the bishop of Rochester.
Resignation.
Death.
Exchange.                   On a commission from the bishop of Worcester.
Resignation.                [7]-Who is granted a pension of S marks with the use of the principal part of the hall of the vicar
Resignation.
Death.
Death.
Resignation.
Exchange.                   On a commission from John Forest, archdeacon of Surrey, canon of the cathedrals of Lincoln a
Exchange.                   Effected by John, bishop of Salisbury.
Resignation.                [8]-On a pension of 40s.
Resignation.                [1]-Date of commission to William Potter, rector of Westbury, to hold enquiry.
Resignation.
Death.                      [2]-Date of commission.
                            [3]-Venerabiles homines promiscui sexus, Ricardum comitem Warewick, Joannam de Bergeve
Exchange.                   Effected by the patrons.
Exchange.                   Effected by the patrons.
Exchange.                   Effected by John, prior of Worcester, vicar general of Philip, bishop of Worcester.
Resignation.
Death.
Exchange.                   Effected by the patrons.
Exchange.                   Effected by the patrons.
Death.
Death.
Death.
Resignation.                [5]-On a pension of six marks.
Exchange.
Exchange.
Resignation.                [4]-During the minority of Humphrey, son and heir of Edmund, earl of Stafford.
Resignation.
Death.                      [6]-The church pays a pension to the prior of Morville. The death took place on Sep 29th.
Resignation.                [4]-On a pension of six marks
Death.                      [5]-Mandate to Thomas Bradwardine, the palace porter, to induct.
Death.
Vacated.
Resignation.                [6]-Mandate to him to induct.
Death.
Death.
Resignation.
Death.         [1]-Agnes presents alternately with the earl of March. The jury at the inquest were Edmund Lud
Resignation.
Death.
Exchange.
Exchange.
Death.
Resignation.
Death.
Resignation.
               [2]-Date of commission on inquest.

Death.
Exchange.
Resignation.
               [3]-John Frogmortone, armiger, John Porter, clerk, and John Wode, armiger.

Death.
Resignation.

Resignation.   [4]-In the dean's absence.
Resignation.
Resignation.
Resignation.
Death.
Exchange.      On a commission from John, bishop of Ely.
Exchange.      [1]-Date of commission.
Death.
al starts here. [1]-Date of presentation. The institution was made by order of the bishop's council, without prejudice. [2]-Who issues three writs to enforce h



nd inductions are given in the usual forms.
nd inductions are given in the usual forms.




 the prebend by his proctor, Robert Clinton.




ri Nicholai Hereford prolessi in monachum Carlusiensis ordinis secundo die Mons mensis in modo conventuali Coventrie".




 the bishop of S Asaph.
n Berkeley, knt., Robert Mors, William, Rymna, and John Parsons, armiger. The dean of Wenlock, to induct.



vicar general in March, 1417. See also p22.


 room In vicarage "exopposito fontem".




e, vicar of Ledbury; Richard, rector of Mindtown; Henry, chaplain of Clungunford; John Ferrour, chaplain in the same; William Kepetone, chaplain of Edgto
 acres of glebe called Brydacre, le Hongyngacre, and Wythybottes, with the meadow land annexed and the tithe or hay from a meadow called Wyemedew



 dean of Archenfield, with John, prior of Flancsford, John Veyre, John Taylor, and John Adam, rectors of Whitchurch, Munsley. and Peterstow, John ap A




 y; another commission to induct. [5]-Obtained in October, 1414, in exchange for the chapelry of Imber with Gilbert de Stone. [6]-Sir John Typtote appointe


Edward, late earl of Stafford. [8]-In the hall of the vicars of S. Chads, near the burying ground of the church, on January 30th, in the presence of Hugh Step




he use of the principal part of the hall of the vicarage.




 n of Surrey, canon of the cathedrals of Lincoln and Lichfield, and vicar general of Henry, bishop of Winchester.


r of Westbury, to hold enquiry.


 rdum comitem Warewick, Joannam de Bergevenny, Edwardum Cherletone dominum de Powys, Johannem Pelham, militem, Walterum Lucy, militem, Tho


eral of Philip, bishop of Worcester.




 eir of Edmund, earl of Stafford.

 orville. The death took place on Sep 29th.
March. The jury at the inquest were Edmund Ludlowe, Edward Hoptone, James Strettone, Richard Ewias, John Possclowe, rectors of Wistanstow, Bitterle




erk, and John Wode, armiger.
t prejudice. [2]-Who issues three writs to enforce his presentation.




n in the same; William Kepetone, chaplain of Edgtone; William de la Menede, William Bache of Linley, William Novertone of the same.
 the tithe or hay from a meadow called Wyemedewe.



of Whitchurch, Munsley. and Peterstow, John ap Adam, John Lussom, and Robert Whitt, vicars of Llanrothal, Welsh Newton, and Bridstow.




with Gilbert de Stone. [6]-Sir John Typtote appointed his proctor to make the resignation August 9th "in quadam alta stupa infra hospicium vocalum le Stan


 ch, on January 30th, in the presence of Hugh Stepultone, armiger, and John Baget, merchant, of Shrewsbury.




nem Pelham, militem, Walterum Lucy, militem, Thomam Chaucers, Thomam Holgot et Ricardum Wigmore, armigeros.
s, John Possclowe, rectors of Wistanstow, Bitterley, Onibury, Ledwick, and Cold Weston; William Baker, John Corbonelle, John Atkyns, William Boure, W
William Novertone of the same.
othal, Welsh Newton, and Bridstow.




quadam alta stupa infra hospicium vocalum le Stanbocke prope templum Judeorum civitatis Constancie", present Nicholas, bishop of Bath and Wells, Sir
r, John Corbonelle, John Atkyns, William Boure, William Bromptone, John Yonge, vicars of Stanton Lacy, Bromfield, Diddlebury, Caynhom, Stokesay, and
", present Nicholas, bishop of Bath and Wells, Sir Hercouk Clux, knt., and John Reynald, public notary, of Sarum diocese. Sir John, on September 19th, "
y, Bromfield, Diddlebury, Caynhom, Stokesay, and Stoke S. Milborough, and John Prys, chaplain, proctor for John Davyes, rector of Culmington, and Joh
of Sarum diocese. Sir John, on September 19th, "in exteriori claustro fratrum predicatorum civitatis Londoniarum", substitutes John Inkpen and John War
or for John Davyes, rector of Culmington, and John Fremon, chaplain of Stanton Lacy. The death took place on Feb 28th.
doniarum", substitutes John Inkpen and John Warde, literates of Worcester, to act in his place.

								
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