ARCHDEACONS OF BUCKINGHAM. (57
Richard Coren or CuBWYN, collated 19th Jan. and installed 24th Jan. 1 534-5, loco N. Wilson. He died in Feb. 1542-3.
"Walter Weight, LL.D., succeeded in the beginning of 1543, void by the death of Richard Coren, but way never installed ; for Oxford was erected into an epi- scopal sci>, and this archdeaconry taken from Lincoln and made a part of the new bishopric.
For the further succession of the Archdeacons of Ox- ford, tee Oxfoed.
��ARCHDEACONS OF JJITKINGHAM.
Aii hid, I'd reus or the Little, was the first archdeacon of Buckingham, instituted by bishop Remigius about
Gislebert succeeded about 1 ioo 50 .
Rogeb de Clinton from this dignity was made bishop
of Coventry and Lichfield in 1 [2Q 51 . Richard de Uevilla succeeded in 1129 s2 . He held
the office in 1 1 40. David was possessed of it in 1145 s ', an( * 2 9*h Sept.
1 1 7 1 * ' . Robert de Bur mi am enjoyed it in 1188 and 1189 55 . Stephen was possessed of it in 1 192 and 1 194 56 . William Blets held it in 1209 s7 . From this dignity
he was made bishop of Worcester in 1218 s . Matthew de Strattox was archdeacon of Bucks in
��49 Angl. Sacra, pars ii. p. 696. 55 MS. Cott. Julius, D. iii.
so Ibid. f. 69.
51 Angl. Sacra, pars i. p. 434. 56 Contin. Histor. Croyland,
S2 Hen. Hunt. p. 462.
5 3 Mon. Angl. torn. ii. p. 872. 5 ? Cart. Harl. 86. D. 19.
54 MS. Cott. Otho, D. iii. f. 58 Pat. 2 Hen. III. m. 2. 150. Annal. Wigorn.