Prohibition/Premunire 1340-1343

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  • H1342 A: Northamptonshire. Rex v. William de Rode, Richard son of John le Bailiff de Grafton and Walter and John the brothers of Richard. Sicut pluries jury summons. The king had recovered the presentation to Grafton against the prior of Wylmynton, who was impeding the king and William de Wode the king's cleric; the king had prohibited anyone from undermining the judgment. The defendants in 1340 in the church of All Saints, Northampton, cited William de Wode to appear in Roman court. [1],

[2]] [3], [4], [5], [6] rcp

  • H1342 B: Norfolk. Presented that Alan master of the Hospital of St John de Carbrooke together with Thomas Bully de Oulton chaplain drew William le Roper de Oulton into court Christian and cited him to appear before the conservators of the hospital of St John of Jerusalem in England at London in 1340 and exhausted him with expenses until he made fine with him 40s. [7] rcp
  • T1342 A: Sussex. Rex v. Roger de Roumersh, Robert le Gye de Seleseye, John le Nedelere de Cicestre, Stephen Fyrhot de Cicestre, William Andre de Seleseye, Ricardum Kokewell de Selesey, and Richard de Lymato chaplain. The king had recovered from the bishop of Chichester the presentation to Selesey vacant and looking to the king by the vacancy of the bishopric of Chichester. The king presented Geoffrey de Sidelesham, who was canonically admitted. Defendant procured church court processes despite royal prohibitions. [], [8], [9], [10] rcp


  • E1343 A: Oxfordshire. Quare non admisit. Rex v. Thomas, bishop of Lincoln. The king had recovered the presentation to Grafton by reason of the temporalities of the Priory of Wilmington being in the king's hand by occasion of war. The king ordered the bishop to accept William de Wode to the position, but the bishop refused. [11] Further information including an account of a final judgment in Roman court was sewn to this membrane and appears in the preceding frames. [12], [13] rcp
  • E1343 B: Gloucestershire. Rex v. Robert Walteres de Ikcombe cleric, Thomas vicar de Bekkeford, and Thomas le Paresheprest de Parva Cumpton. The king had recovered the presentation to Little Compton against Ralph the prior of Deerhurst by reason of the temporalities being in the king's hand by occasion of war. He presented Philip de Alcestre to the bishop of Worcester and prohibited all and sundry from acting to the contrary. Defendants secured church court processes to the contrary. [14] rcp
  • T1343 A: London. Rex v. Master Robert de Thresk. All advowsons held in chief of the king and alienated without license ought to be taken into the king's hand. John, archbishop of Canterbury had alienated without license the advowson of North Fleet that was vacant. Thresk nevertheless entered the church and held it and brought into the realm divers bulls etc prejudicial to the king. [15] rcp
  • T1343 B: Sussex. Rex v. Brother John Paumer monk of Fiscamp procurator of the Abbot of Fiscamp in England. John had certain papal commissions directed to the prelates to be brought into England; the king had prohibited bringing such commissions into the realm. Nonetheless John delivered commissions and mandates from the Roman court to Robert, bishop of Chichester to answer in Roman court on the patronage of the churches of Shury, Slindfield, and Potehirst. [16] rcp
  • M1343 A: Norfolk. Rex v. Hugh Pulter. The king had recovered his presentation to the prebend of Bockeden in the Blessed Mary's, Lincoln because of the vacancy of the bishopric of Lincoln against Thomas bishop of Lincoln and presented Thomas de Hatfeld. Because certain people were trying to undermine the judgment the king appointed William Chartreys, Roger de Stafford, William de Bedyngham, and William de Leicester jointly and singly to attach the wrongdoers and bring them before the king's council. They arrested Hugh de Walmesford, who had procured various instruments to undermine the judgment, but Hugh Pulter rescued him. [17] rcp
  • M1343 B: Ireland. Rex v. Alexander, archbishop of Dublin. Rules concerning vacant benefices in Ireland, particularly in relation to the prebend of St Columba of Tullow in the cathedral church of St Lazaerian, Leghlin,to which the king had presented Richard de Eccleshale. [18] rcp