Ralph, who was appointed by bishop Remigius 33 .
Simon Bloet, or lh.ovi i. -u 'cdcd about the year
1 1 10. It is thought he <li< <I in exile 94 . Nil. i 1.1.1 - enjoyed it in the time of bishop Alexander,
between I I 23 and 1 147
Philip de Haeecubt, 'l<<ti< of Lincoln, was made
bishop of Bayonne in 1 141 -'. Adelmus, or Ascelinus, held this dignity in 1145-"
and 1 [62.
IIami 1 1 m B held it about 1 164
(i 1 01 1 1; 1 'i K 1 1; 1 1 [NG, about 1 1 'ny and 1 170 '.
Richard de Ely, Burnamed Fits-Neale, held thi
office in 1 184. In 1 [89 he was mad bishop of Lon- don '. tie was also the King's treasurer, and arch- deacon of Ely.
II \i mo succeeded in 1 1S9, and died in 1 195 81 .
Rogi 1 in Roi vi btov suoceeded in 1 195. ll<- was also archdeacon of L iceefr r. I le died in 1223 .
Wiiiiwi in 'I'm i;wi succeeded in i.: 1 ,: and wae suspended in 1239. He had been also archdeacon of Lincoln
Hoc. 11; in WesEHAII hld it in 1 2 |Q, ; and from this
dignity was made bishop of I loventry and Lichfield in 1 245, when he vacated this deanery ". Henei hi Lexington, treasurer of Salisbury) suo-
��- Angl. Sacra, pan ii. p. 695. the prior and convent ofWasI
- 4 Harpsfield, Sac. \i. c. 26. Dted to the dean and chapter
Lib. Kuli. Thorxuei, pan be of Lincoln an annual rent ofioot.
\<u-tii.i pia, p. 833. MS. bum the church of Melton, " ad
Cott. Nero. E. vi. inveniendum < 'apellanuin cele-
-'" Muii. AngL torn. ii. p. s ~2. bratnr pro anima Henrici de
-~ [bid. ]>. ^04. Manneafeld nnper decani Lin*
MS. Cott. Veap. E. wiii. coin." MSS. Coll. Sanderson. I
fob 374. have not been able to ascertain
Wharton de Episc. p. 70. when this I bury de Manneafeld
Ymag. Hist. 648. was dean of Lincoln, unless 1341
31 Rcg.de Ramsey. MS. Cott- lie a mistake for 1341 ; fur Henry
Vesj). E. MS. in Offic. Armor, de Manneafeld was dean of Lin-
N. 10. coin from 1315 to 132 s
M Chron. Walt. Coventry. MS. ' M Wharton ex Matt. Parii
^ Coll. Kennct, folio. In 1241 I-'lorilego.