Memorials of the Church of S.S. Peter and Wilfrid Ripon - Vol IV: Consisting of the Ingilby Ms Surtees

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Memorials of the Church of S.S. Peter and Wilfrid Ripon - Vol IV: Consisting of the Ingilby Ms by Surtees
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MEMORIALS OF THE CHRUCH S.S. PETER - 1908 - PREFACE - MY attention was first directed to what we now call the Ingilby Manuscript by a letter from Mrs. Tempest, dated Broughton Hall, Skipton, Yorkshire, 11 April, 190.4. This lady rightly surmised thatMoreMEMORIALS OF THE CHRUCH S.S.

PETER - 1908 - PREFACE - MY attention was first directed to what we now call the Ingilby Manuscript by a letter from Mrs. Tempest, dated Broughton Hall, Skipton, Yorkshire, 11 April, 190.4. This lady rightly surmised that I did not know of the MS. when I edited the Memorials of Ripon for the Surtees Society.

It had, no doubt, belonged to the Library at Ripley Castle at one time, but had somehow come into the possession of a lady whose executors sold - it to William Ingilby, Esq., of 22, Bolton Street, Mayfair, brother of Sir Henry D. Ingilby, the present owner of Ripley. Mr. Ingilby most kindly placed the MS. in my hands for as long as was necessary, that I might copy it for the Surtees Society, the Council of which Societv v at once agreed that it should be edited by me as a fourth volume of Memorials of Ripon. The MS. is about twelve inches by nine in size, and is of a somewhat complex nature, consisting as it does of parts of Act Books of the Chapter of Ripon, together with a considerable fragment of a Ripon cartulary of the fourteenth century.

The contents of these two distinct portions are particularized in the table that follows this preface, and it will be seen that they are highly valuable C records, saved, most fortunately, from the general wreck in the sixteenth century. It would seem as if some one, seeing them thrown about as worthless ., . had caused them to be put together in a single volume in order to preserve at least a few specimens of the great mass of manuscript material then dispersed and destroyed for ever.

It is not unlikely that the person who did this good work of preservation was one of the Ingilby family or one interested in theirhistory, for the name occurs in the Chapter Acts not infrequently, as a reference to our Index will show. The volume is bound in a cover made of an original lease of the East and West Parks at Brancepeth, granted by Thomas Lord Howard fo harles Hedworth, 27th June, 34 Eliz. 1592. The Chapter Acts here printed for the first time include a great many institutions of canons, vicars, and others, which add several new names to those in the Fasti Rifionienses in our second volume.

Among . these - are no less than fourteen names of canons not previously known, viz. John de Clifford, upon whose death in or before 1393 William de Cawood was admitted to the prebend of Thorp Franciscus presbyter Cardinalis tituli iiijor coronatorum, admitted to the prebend of Monkton about 1411 John de Columba, who had held a prebend before c. 1233 Peter de Fikelden, who held a prebend that had been held by Will.

d e Orliens, c. 1228-1234 T. de G., concanonicus, 1306-1352 Adam de Melsenby, witness 1228 and c. I235 Milo, witness in twelfth century Rob. Passelew, 1216-1240 Adam de Pinkon, or Pinkneyg, or Pinkeni, c. 1270, misread Pynhou in Darnbrough MS.

Will. Romanus, witness 1233, 1234 Will. fil. Stephani, witness c. 1233 Turstinus, witness 1114-1140 Alan de Wassant, c. I242 Ric. de Yarom, witness c. 1230 A and c. 1234...



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