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ST. ASAPH.

David, collated by bishop Abraham in 1230, is the next archdeacon of St. Asaph that has occurred. He had letters of safe-conduct dated 27th May 1231[1].

David, collated by bishop Anian in 1266; he occurs also in 1272.

Griffith witnessed a deed in 1278. He resigned this dignity iii Non, Oct. (5th Oct.) 1306.

William de Testa, archdeacon of St. Asaph, and chaplain to the Pope was administrator of the spiritualities of the see of Canterbury in 1306.

L . . . , archdeacon of St. Asaph, appeared by proxy at the parliament of Carlisle in 1307[2]. He is supposed to be Llewelyn ap Hova, who died in 1330.

Ithel or Ithiel ab Robert, was archdeacon of St. Asaph in 1375.

Thomas Rushoe, the King's confessor, was appointed to this archdeaconry 10th June 1382[3].

David Vaughan ab David was collated to this archdeaconry in 1386.

Griffith le Younge was appointed in 1398; he occurs also in 1403 and 1406.

John Tupney or Tubney held the office in 1442, and died possessed of it in 1457.

Peter Conway held it in 1508, 1512, and 1519. His will is dated 10th Dec. 1531.

Richard Shelton held it in 1534.

William ab Robert held it in 1539.

Thomas Davies held it in 1540.

Richard Pollard ejected in 1554.

Humphrey Edwards appointed in 1554.

Richard Rogers, suffragan bishop of Dover, held this archdeaconry in 1562, and resigned it in 1566.

Thomas Powell collated 1st Dec. 1566; he held it in 1573.

William Hughes on being made bishop of St. Asaph obtained a faculty from archbishop Parker in 1573 to

  1. Pat. 15 Hen. III. m. 2.
  2. Vet. Cod. in Turr. Lond.
  3. Pat. 5 Ric. II. p. 2, m. 1.