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to the see on Sunday vi Cal. Maii (April 26) 1114[1] and consecrated 17th May following[2]. He received his pall on Sunday 27th June 1115[3], and was enthroned the same day[4]. He died 19th Sept. 1122[5], and was buried in his own cathedral.

22 Hen. I.
William de Curbellio[6], prior and canon of St. Osyth[7] Chich, was elected pursuant to the congé d'élire dated Gloucester 4th Feb. 1123[8] and consecrated on the 18th of the same months[9]. He died vi Cal. Dec. (26th Nov.) 1136, in the fourteenth year of his primacy, and was buried at Canterbury[10].

The see was vacant two years[11].

3 Steph.
Theobald, abbot of Bec in Normandy, was elected archbishop 13th Dec. 1138, and was consecrated 8th Jan. 1139[12]. He died 18th April (xiv Cal. Maii) 1161, having been archbishop upwards of twenty-two years[13], and was buried in Christ church, Canterbury[14].

The see vacant upwards of a year[15].

8 Hen.II.
Thomas Becket, archdeacon of Canterbury and the Kings chancellor, was unanimously elected archbishop 24th May 1162, and was consecrated on Whitsunday

  1. Abb. Chron. Rad. de Diceto. Wendover and others place the translation of Radulfus to Canterbury in 1115, but incorrectly, as 26th April fell on Sunday in 1114, as stated by Ralph de Diceto.
  2. Eadm. no. 110
  3. Sim. Dunelm. Eadm. 113.
  4. Sim. Dunelm. and Hoved. Annal
  5. Sim. Dunelm.
  6. Called also Corbel, Corboyl, Carboil, Carbois or Ciirbville. See a character of him in Gesta Stephani, 928 d.
  7. Hoved. 273 b.
  8. According to Ralph de Diceto he was elected at Gloucester 2nd February, and consecrated at Canterbury on the 16th of that month. Hoveden (273 b.) says, that he was nominated by the King 2nd Feb. 1123.
  9. Gervas Cantuar. On 25th Mar. 11 23, according to Simeon of Durham.
  10. Gerv. Cant.
  11. Ibid.
  12. Gemet. viii. 42. and Gerv. Cant.
  13. Gerv. Cant.
  14. Ibid.
  15. Ibid.