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ST. ASAPH.

William de Spridlington or Springlinton succeeded to the deanery in 1357, and to the bishopric in 1376[1].

Alan de Stokes (omitted by Wharton) seems to have been the next successor, and that in the same year, 1376[2].

Howel ap-Madoc seems to have enjoyed this dignity about 1380[3].

Howel Kyffin was dean in 1381 and in 1384, as appears in an old manuscript at St. Asaph. Wharton reckons him possessed of it in 1390[4].

Hugh Colyngham confirmed 4th Sept. 1394.[5]

Richard Courteney obtained this dignity May 1402[6], and in 1410 was removed to the deanery of Wells[7].

Hugh Holbache had his appointment ratified in 1404[8]. He died dean here, 1417.

John Blodwell.

David Blodwell. Ob. 1462.

John Tapton seems to have been admitted 27th Jan. 1463. His will was proved in 1492.

Fouke Salisbury was dean from 1511 to 1543[9]. Ob. 1543.

Richard Puskyn succeeded in 1543, and resigned in 1556.[10]

John Gruffith, LL.B., treasurer of Llandaff, succeeded 26th Sept. 1556[11]. He was dean 19th Sept. 1558: so he styles himself in his will of that date, which was proved 3rd Feb. 1558—9.

Maurice Blayne, alias Gruffith, LL.B., appears to have been dean 37th Feb. 1558-9, 1 Eliz.[12].

John Lloyd was made dean 4th April 1559.

Hugh Evans was made dean 26th April 1560. Ob.

  1. Wharton, p. 365.
  2. Reg. Booking. Episc. Linc.
  3. MS. Norwic. 9. fol. 12.
  4. Ex notis Will. Episc. Elien.
  5. Pat. 17 Ric. II. p. 1. m. 15.
  6. Pat, 3 Hen. IV. p. 3. m. 19.
  7. Wharton, p. 366.
  8. Pat. 5 Hen. IV. p. 1. m. 5.
  9. Ex notis Will. Episc. Elien.
  10. Ibid.
  11. Ibid.
  12. Ibid.