The Full Wiki

Prior of Durham: Map

Advertisements
  
  

Wikipedia article:

Map showing all locations mentioned on Wikipedia article:

The Prior of Durham was the head of Durham Cathedral Priorymarker, founded c. 1083 with the move of a previous house from Jarrowmarker. The succession continued until dissolution of the monastery in 1540, when the priory was replaced with a deanery church.

List

Priors of St Cuthbert's Cathedral Priory, Durham
From Until Incumbent Citation(s) Notes
1073x4 (Jarrow)
1083 (Durham)
died 1087 Aldwin Knowles, Brooke, and London, (1972), Heads of Religious Houses , i, p. 43
1087 resigned 1109 Turgot Became Bishop of St Andrews
1109 died 1137 x 1138 Algar
?1138 died 1149 Roger
1149 died 1154 Laurence
1154 died 1158 Absalom
1161 x 1162 resigned 1162 or 1163 Thomas Died 1173
1163 died 1189 Germanus
1189 died 1212 x 1213 Bertram
1212 x 1213 died 1218 William 8>Smith & London (eds.), Heads of Religions Houses, ii, pp. 37—8
1218 died 1234 Ranulf Kerneth Smith & London (eds.), Heads of Religions Houses, ii, p. 38
1234 died 1244 Thomas de Melsonby
1244 resigned 1258 Bertram de Middleton Still alive in 1266
1258 resigned 1273 Hugh de Darlington
1273 resigned 1285 Richard de Claxton
1286 resigned 1290 Hugh de Darlington (again)
elected 1290 Richard de Hoton 9>Smith & London (eds.), Heads of Religions Houses, ii, pp. 38—9 Died in 1308.
appointed 1300 Henry de Lusby 9/> See above note
1308 resigned 1313 William de Tanfield Smith & London (eds.), Heads of Religions Houses, ii, p. 39 Died 7 February 1314
1313 resigned 1321 Geoffrey de Burdon Still alive in 1333; previously prior of Finchale and prior of Lyytham
elected 1321 William de Guisborough Elected 6 February, renounced election 8 February 1321
1321 died 1341 William de Cowton
1341 died 1374 John Fossor 4->Smith & London (eds.), Heads of Religions Houses, ii, pp. 39—40
1374 died 1391 Robert Berrington of Walworth Smith & London (eds.), Heads of Religions Houses, ii, p. 40
1391 died 1416 John de Hemingbrough
1416 died 1446 John de Washington
1446 resigned 1456 William Ebchester
1456 died 1464 John Burnby
1464 resigned 1479 Richard Bell
1479 died 1484 Robert Ebchester
1484 died 1494 John Auckland
1494 1519 Thomas Castell
1520 office abolished 1540 Hugh Whitehead The monastery was surrendered to the king in 1540, after which a dean and twelve canons were appointed. Hugh Whitehead was this first dean; he died in 1551.


Notes

  1. Fraser, C. M. (2004), "Hoton, Richard (d. 1308), prior of Durham", Oxford Dictionary of National Biography, http://www.oxforddnb.com/view/article/13858, retrieved on 2009-01-28
  2. Page, "Priory of St Cuthbert, Durham".
  3. Knighton, "Whitehead, Hugh"


References




Embed code:
Advertisements






Got something to say? Make a comment.
Your name
Your email address
Message