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Notification addressed to the abbots of Fountains and Rievaulx and Master P(eter) rector of the Hospital at York that the King acknowledges that the deanery of York was founded by his ancestors and has been unjustly deprived of the chapel of Barnby

Identity

B67.2

Title

Notification addressed to the abbots of Fountains and Rievaulx and Master P(eter) rector of the Hospital at York that the King acknowledges that the deanery of York was founded by his ancestors and has been unjustly deprived of the chapel of Barnby

Beneficiary

York, Deanery of (Institutions)

Date of issue

27 January 1201

Place of issue

Beverley (Places)

Sources

B = BL ms. Cotton Claudius B iii (York Minster cartulary) fo.10v (8v, 14v), s.xiii/xiv.
C = BL ms. Cotton Vitellius A ii (York cartulary) 127v, s.xv.

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Ioh(ann)es Dei gratia rex Angl(ie) dominus Hibernie dux Norman(nie) Aquit(anie) com(es) And(egauie) dilectis suis de Fontibus et de Riuallis (Riuall' C) abbatibus et magistro P(etro) rectori hospital(is) Ebor' salutem.  Satis nobis constat decanatum Ebor' ecclesie fundatum fuisse de predecessorum nostrorum et nostra elemosina, accepimus siquidem quod capella de Barneby spectat ad matricem ecclesiam de Pokelinton' que est membrum supradicti decanatus et quod subtracta (substracta C) fuit tempore cuiusdam decani Ebor' in graue dampnum dicti decanatus et diminucionem elemosine predecessorum nostrorum et nostre.  Nos igitur subtractionem predicte capelle de Barneby a decanatu seu per compo(sitione)m seu per transactionem aliquam contra D(eu)m in dampnum et dispendium elemosine predecessorum nostrorum et nostre factam nec ratam habemus nec gratam.  T(este) me ipso apud Beuerlac' xxvii. die Ianuar(ii).

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Notification addressed to the abbots of Fountains and Rievaulx and Master P(eter) rector of the Hospital at York that the King acknowledges that the deanery of York was founded by his ancestors and has been unjustly deprived of the chapel of Barnby which pertains to the church of Pocklington, itself a member of the deanery.  The King disapproves of this deprivation.

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