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dated 20th Nov. 1305, and admitted in the February following[1]. He was in possession of the dignity 30th Nov. 1310[2], and also in 1313.

Gutterdus Labredus[3].

Simon Covenius or De Cominges: he died in 1323.

John de Britton or Bruiton was appointed by the King 19th April 1323[4], and admitted 2nd Aug. following[5]; but he was compelled to resign the office in favour of

Raymund, the Pope's nephew and a Roman cardinal, who had the Pope's mandate (dated 19th Nov. 1324) to be inducted[6].

Hugo de Engolisma held the office in 1327[7] and 1328[8].

Simon Montague seems to have been archdeacon in 1333, in which year he was made bishop of Worcester[9].

Robert Stratford, brother of John archbishop of Canterbury[10]. He was consecrated bishop of Chichester in 1338[11], and held the archdeaconry with his bishopric for some years.

Bernard Sistre archdeacon in 1339[12] and 1340[13].

Simon de Islip had this dignity conferred on him by the King 28th June 1343[14].

Peter Rogeru, a Roman cardinal; he held the dig-

  1. Reg. Winchels. fol.92 and 93.
  2. Reg. Drokenesford. ep. Wells.
  3. Pat. 12 Edw. II.
  4. Pat. 16 Edw. II. p. 2. m. 16.
  5. Reg. Reynolds.
  6. Ibid. Rex suscipit in protectionem suam venerabilem patrem Reymundum Sanctæ Mariæ in Cosmedyn diaconum cardinalem archidiaconum Cantuariae. 18 Nov. Pat. 18 Edw. II.
  7. Reg. Drokenesford. ep. Wells, and Reg. Grandison, ep. Exon. and Reg. Eccl. Cantuar. He was sent on an embassy by the King in 1327. Pat. 1 Edw. III p. 1.
  8. Pat. 2 Edw. III. m. 10. 18th Nov. and 9th March.
  9. Pat. 8 Edw. III. p. 1. m. 28.
  10. The archdeaconry was confirmed to him by the King 21st Sept. 1334. Pat. 8 Edw. III. p. 2. m. 34.
  11. Pat. 11 Edw. III. p. 2. m. 8.
  12. Reg. Cantuar. and Reg. de Salop, ep. Bath and Wells.
  13. Pat. 14 Edw. III. 1st May, 14th Oct.
  14. Pat. 17 Edw. III. p. 1 .m. 18.