Prebendaries Brewood PREBENDARIES OF BREWOOD This prebend was held by the deans of Lichfield (q.v.).
Close Rolls, Edward III December 1327 December 1327 Dec. 30. Lichfield. To the sheriff of Kent. Order to cause a coroner for that county to be elected in place of John de Hampton of Rochester, deceased.
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(f. 28.) [To Thomas-. Provision to him, a monk of Ewesham in the diocese of Worcester, of the order of St. Benedict, of the dependent priory of Penwortham (?) in the diocese of Lichfield. ] Only the usual final clauses:
Master John de Amelio, canon of Lichfield, treasurer of the duchy of Spoleto. Mandate touching the affairs of the duchy. 1321. 3 Kal. Nov. Avignon. (f. 65.) To Walter, bishop of Coventry and Lichfield. Power touching the appropriation of the
138. 142, 143. 147-150. Paper, XVIth cent., supposed (but apparently on insufficient grounds) by the late possessor, the Bishop of Lichfield, to have been transcribed by Sir John Harington. Small Quarto. Source Microfilm Collection British Literary Manuscripts from the British
Edwardi IV. de securitate clausi Lichfeldensis, Aº 1466. 198. b. 10 10. Henry VII, to the dean and chapter of Lichfield; confirming them in the possession of certain "lyveloode in the Peak of Derbyshire." 206. Pr. in Wilkins iii. 617.
IV. another order for a patent appointing Ld. Hastings, &c. his ambassadors to treat with the D. of Burgundy. (Lat.) Lichfield, May 14, 1473. 167 167. Notes of the years of certain embassies, from 1402 to 1405: collected probably for