Prohibition/Premunire 1451-1475

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  • H1463 A: (enrolled from H 1 Edward IV). Gloucestershire. John, abbot of Tewkesbury v. Stephen, abbot of Lanternam in the march of Wales. The abbot of Tewkesbury had held the parish church of Llantrissant together with the chapel of Penris (which is the glebe of the church) peacefull, Stephen, abbot of Lanternam claimed the chapel in Roman court and with papal bulls had impeded the collection of the church offerings of the chapel. Lewis ap Howell of Lanternam chaplain brought the bulls into England and delivered them to Thomas, abbot of Tintern. The abbot of Tintern thus summoned the abbot of Tewkesbury to appear to answer concerning the title. [1] rcp
  • H1463 B: Norfolk. Thomas Marke cleric archdeacon of Norfolk v. Thomas Wynchecombe de Morley cleric. Prosecution of Wynchecombe as supporter of a provision after Stephen, abbot of Wymondham, who should have been under the obedience of the archdeacon, obtained a provision that he would be exempt from the archdeacon. [2], [3] rcp
  • H1463 C: Gloucestershire. John, abbot of Tewkesbury v. Thomas, abbot of Tintern. Same dispute as in H1463 A above. [4] rcp


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