Prohibition/Premunire 1529-1550

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  • H1530 A: Premunire. Richard, abbot of Malmesbury Abbey (qui tam) v. John Harrys cleric, Humfrey Brokehurst cleric, Nicholas Carter cleric, and Richard Huntley cleric. The abbot had the advowson of Garsdon in Wiltshire. John Bowre cleric resigned from that rectory. John Harrys sued in Thomas Wolsey's legatine court in Westminster under papal bulls on 19 April 1528 and was installed in the church on 28 April 1528. The others maintained and supported. [1] rcp
  • H1530 B: Premunire. Richard, prior of Horton (qui tam) v. William Webster cleric. The prior had the advowson of Purley in Essex. John Woode cleric resigned the rectory. Webster sued in Thomas Wolsey's legatine court in Westminster under papal bulls on 8 July 1527 and received the rectory on 12 July. [2] rcp
  • H1530 C: Premunire. Robert Brandlyng (qui tam) v. James Lawson of Newcastle upon Tyne merchant. Newcastle upon Tyne. Lawson tried to draw Brandlyng into a suit transferred to Camfere in Zeeland (under the rule of Emperor Charles) concerning a debt of 194 franks (equal to 21 p.s. 8s on an obligatory bill made by Brandlyng's deceased father in Newcastle upon Tyne. Defendant secured mainpernors.[3] Note: Nicholas Grene of London grocer and John Thomson of London girdler mainperned James Lawson that he would not procure church process pending the premunire plea. [4], [5] rcp
  • H1530 D: Premunire. Leonard Bekwith and John Goude (qui tam) v. James Burley cleric. John Wethers master of arts,canon,and prebendary of St. Martin in the collegiate church of Beverley the patron of the vicary of Blessed Mary of Beverley by a writing proffered in court granted Bekwith and Goude the next presentation. Robert Barnaby cleric resigned from the vicary. Burley procured and abetted Thomas Wolsey to confer the vicary on Burley under color of papal bulls. Burley received the vicary on March 28, 1527. [6] rcp
  • E1530 A: Premunire. John Burges cleric lately president of the College of St Mary Magdalene in the University of Oxford (qui tam) v. Lawrence Stubbes cleric. Stubbes drew Burgess into ecclesiastical court before William Claybrough clerik of Thomas cardinal, legate and archbishop of York concerning both the presidency of Magdalene College and for trespass, viz the violent breaking of certain chests and caskets and the violent taking of a certain sum of gold and the seal of the college. [7] rcp
  • T1530 A: Premunire. John Bussy armiger (qui tam) v. Cuthbert Marshall of Westminster cleric, icholas Fetherston of Westminster yeoman, Edmund Wharf de Northrop (Lincolnshire) yeoman. John Dunham knight, Thomas Burgh knight lord Burgh, Thomas Nevell de Royston armiger, James Fuliam armiger, Geoffrey Fuliam armiger, William Vernon armiger, John Tomson cleric, John Shaw alias John Blaksha, and Thomas Eyer are the patrons of Scotton, Lincolnshire. William Wyndebank cleric and rector of Scotton died. Marshall drew them and the bishop of Lincoln into a plea based on Wolsey's appointment under papal bulls. [8] rcp
  • T1530 B: Premunire. John Betson citizen and skinner of London administrator of William Downe (qui tam) v. Nicholas, prior of Christchurch within Aldgate London, Ralph Snede of London cleric, William Clyff of London cleric, and John Hewes of London gentleman. Nicholas drew Betson before the commissaries of Wolsey for debts and had him excommunicated. [9] rcp
  • T1530 C: Premunire. Middlesex. John Docwra armiger (qui tam) v. Arthus Cole cleric. William, abbot of the monastery of St Peter, Gloucester and the convent are the patrons of Clifford, Gloucestershire. In 1517 they granted to John Docwra and Thomas Hanibal vicechancellor and custodian of the rolls and Richard Mekelowe the next presentation so that Docwra and Mekelowe could present to the next vacancy. Hanibal and Mekelowe died. Then Edmund Fronceytour cleric resigned. Docwra presented Arthur Chadwyk cleric. Cole, by virtue of a collation of Wolsey under a papal bull drew him into a plea in Wolsey's court. [10] rcp
  • T1530 D: Premunire. Middlesex. John Tregonwell doctor of laws, Robert Tregonwell vicar of Austel and Issy, and George Wever vicar choral of Exeter cathedral executors of Master Richard Davies bachelor of both laws v. Alan Mauncell cleric. Willliam Maior, prior of Holy Cross at Reigate, Winchester was patron of the vicary of Dorking. The prior and convent gave the next presentation to the vicary to Richard Davies bachelor of both laws and John Davyes his brother. John Davyes died. Richard Davies on 6 July 13 Henry VIII at Exeter executed his will. He appointed John Tregonwell cleric and Lord Nicholas Byllowe his executors and died, and Nicholas Byllowe died. Tregonwell made his will and appointed John Tregonwell doctor of laws, Robert Tregonwell, and George Wever his executors and died. Then Milo Hagge cleric vicar resigned. Mauncell obtained a collation from Wolsey and pursued it in church court and was thereafter installed. [11] rcp
  • T1530 E: Premunire. Middlesex. The Premunire of Thomas Wolsey, archbishop of York. [12] rcp
  • M1530 A: Premunire. Middlesex. Reginald Pygot and John Holyngeshed (qui tam) v. Ralph Grene de Chetwyn, Shropshire, cleric; Robert Maynwaryng de Ightfeld, Shropshire, cleric; Robert Maynwaryng de Rybley, Shropshire, gentleman; Ranulph Gravenour de Belaport, Shrophsire, armiger, Robert Spycer de Newport, Shropshire, mercer; John Pygott de Newport, Shropshire, strynger; Henry Brittyls chaplain, and Robert Wattys, chaplain. One Robert Pygott armiger was the patron of the parish of Chetwynd; he granted to Sewal Worthe (now dead) and Reginald Pygott and John Holyngeshed the next presentation. After Sewal's death, Richard Pygott cleric late rector of Chetwynd died. They presented one Richard Holyngeshed cleric to Geoffrey, bishop of Coventry and Lichfield. Grene, learning of the presentation, approached Wolsey in 1527 and obtained induction to the church by pretext of papal bulls. He thus gained entry into the church and took all the tithes and profits. Institution into the church, however, should be done by the bishop of Coventry and Lichfield. The other aided Grene. [13] rcp
  • M1530 B: Premunire. Middlesex. Francis Conyers gentleman and Hugh Peke (qui tam) v. John Straunge cleric. William Zouche armiger was the patron of the church of Hampton Maisey in Gloucestershire. In 1527 he granted the next presentation to Francis and Hugh. Thomas Tame cleric rector then resigned. Straunge obtained a collation by papal bulls through Wolsey and was inducted. [14] rcp
  • M1530 C: Premunire. Staffordshire. Rex v. Geoffrey bishop of Coventry and Lichfield. [15] rcp
  • M1530 D: Premunire. Somerset. Rex v. John, bishop of Bath and Wells. [16] rcp
  • M1530 E: Premunire. Wiltshire. Rex v. Giles Hakluyt subdean of Salisbury. [17] rcp
  • M1530 F: Premunire. Sussex. Rex v. Richard, bishop of Chichester. [18] rcp
  • M1530 G: Premunire. Cambridgeshire. Rex v. Nichola, bishop of Ely. [19] rcp
  • M1530 H: Premunire. Kent. Rex v. John, bishop of Rochester. [20] rcp
  • M1530 I: Premunire. Devon. Rex v. Adam Tavers archdeacon of Exeter. [21] rcp
  • M1530 J: Premunire. London. Rex v. Anthony Husey of London gentleman. [22] rcp
  • M1530 K: Premunire. Middlesex. Rex v. Abbot of Westminster. [23] rcp
  • H1531 A: Premunire. Middlesex. John, prior of Jesus of Bethlehem, Sheen v. Peter Swyllyngton cleric. The prior was patron was Belgrave, Leicestershire; William Derby rector died. Swyllyngton got a collation from Wolsey based on papal bulls and was put into possession. [24] rcp
  • H1531 B: Premunire. London. James Burley cleric (qui tam) v. Leonard Beckwith and John Goode. John Withers master of arts canon and prebendary of the prebend of St Martin in the collegiate church of Beverley was the patron of the parish of St Mary of Beverley. The middle part of this case seems poorly drawn, so the facts are uncertain. [25] rcp
  • H1531 C: Premunire. Middlesex. Thomas Hunt cleric (qui tam) v. Randolph Savage cleric, John Wylblod chaplain, and John Morgon of Cumberton Parva (Worcestershire) gentleman. Robert Morgon de Stodley (Warwickshire) gentleman was the patron of Muckleston (Staffordshire). He granted the next presentation to Richard Aldyngton, Thomas Watson, and William Bradley of Evesham. Nicholas Hewbald alias Hybbott cleric and rector then died. They thus presented Thomas Hunt to Geoffrey bishop of Coventry and Lichfield. He was then instituted and in possession. Then Morgon, pretending to be the patron and the position to be vacant, presented Savage to Wolsey, and Savage then prosecuted for and obtained the church and expelled Hunt. [26] rcp
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