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1 This entry is in a different ink; and the latter part of it, "quoddam "... Maria;," for want of room, is continued in the margin. It appears, however, to be by the same original hand.

Robert, called by Henry Hunt. "Eobertus junior," was the fourth archdeacon of Lincoln (Anglia Sa. era, ii. 695, last line but one). He was archdeacon in 1147, when Henry Hunt, wrote his epistle to Walter, De Mundi contemptu {Ibid. 694, &c.).

2 Ipso, jrc.] This entry is in the margin, and in different ink, but apparently by same hand. David, brother of bishop Alexander, was the fifth archdeacon of Buckingham in 1147 (Hen. Hunt, Ibid. 696,

1. 13). He occurs in 1145, and as late as 1171 (Hardy's Le Neve). In the Catalogue of Books (infra, 170,1. 25), he is mentioned as the donor of a Psalter.

3 This entry is in the different ink.

4 William, nephew of bishop Alexander, was the third archdeacon of Northampton in 1147 (Hen. Hunt., Ibid. 696, 1 . 6). According to the Spalding Chronicle (Chron. Angl. Petriburg. of Sparke and Giles), he died in 1168. He is mentioned in the Catalogue of Books (infra, 168,1. 19), as nephew of bishop Alexander.

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Eodem die 9 Alexander,1 Lujus sedis episcopus tertias. Et Hawisa, uxor Waited de Amundavilla.2

Eodem die 8 Robertus.

Eodem die 6 Adelelmus,3 egregios hujus sedis decanus quartos.

Eodem4 die ob' Ulf, qui dedit terram in parochia sancti Andrea;.

e Radulfus de Hesi.

Eodem die 8 Willelmus, filius Willelmi de
Paris.

Eodem die 8 Milesand, uxor Osberti.

Eodem die 8 Brand presbiter.4 Et Beatrix

uxor Picoti.6 Et Adela mater Stephani

regis.

0J Galfridus presbiter.

Eodem die 8 Nicholaus," canonicus et archidiaconus, qui dedit bibliothecam sancta; Maria; Virgini.

94 Kogerus.

Eodem die 8 Nieholaus, canonicus et sacerdos.

Eodem die 9 Agnes, filia Ranulfi Rum; qua; dedit Deo et sancta; Marit c terram suam in Wicheford.

04 Richilda.

1 See supra, 34, n. 2.

s In March 1162, Walter de Amundeville, "dapifer" of the bishop, gives to the commons of the canons of Lincoln 4s. annual rent out of his mill of Kirchebeia (Kirkby, near Market Rasen), to be paid on the anniversary of the obit of his wife Hawisia: Iteg. Antiquiss., f. 56.

The death of Walter is recorded infra, December 20. For other members of the family, see April 5, July 22, November II.

3 Adelelm occurs as dean in a deed dated 1163, in the Reg. Antiquiss., f. 174.

4 These entries are in the different ink.

s Brand the priest gave the church of Corringham, and two and a half carucates of land, to form a prebend in the church of Lincoln, which gift confirmed by Henry I., Dugdale, No. 32.

6 Sec supra, 153, n. 2.

7 See note 1, p. 165, infra.

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Eodem die 6 Walterus,1 archidiaconus Leicestria;.

Eodem die 8 Beatrix, quo; dedit terram suam sancta; Maria;.

Eodem die 9 Matildis2 reginn, uxor Henrici regis.

Eodem die 8 Matildis regina, nxor Stephani regis.

Eodem die 8 Remigius3 episcopus, Lincolniensis

ecclesiae stabilitor.
Eodem die 8 Gillebertus, canonicus et sacerdos.
Eodem die 9 Rogerus canonicus.

Eodem die 8 Nigellus' archidiaconus. Et
Wlbertus, qui dedit terram in parochia sancti
Cuthberti.

Eodem die 8 Willelmus Talebot, canonicus.

Eodem die B Albericus, canonicus et sacerdos.

Eodem die 8 Outi filius Unni, qui dedit terram unam sanctaa Maria; in parochia sancti Petri.

Eodem die 8 Saherus de Arcellis,5 qui concessit Deo et sancta; Maria; dimidiam carucatam terra;, quam clamabat in Asgerebi.

Eodem die 8 Willelmus, canonicus et diaconus.
Et Emma, uxor Anschetilli de Escuris. Et
Robertus de Wigornia, canonicus.

1 Walter was the third archdeacon of Leicester. Ibid., 1. 8.

a Maud, Henry I.'s queen, was a large benefactor to Lincoln. Amongst other things she gave the manor of Nettleham (Dugdale, No. 8), and land of Tixover (No. 9).

3 See supra, 21, and n. 2.

4 Nigel was the first archdeacon of Northampton, appointed by

Remigius. See Aug. Sac,, ii. 690, 1.5.

6 In the Reg. Antiquiss. (f. 16 b) is a deed of Gislebert, earl of Lincoln, addressed to bishop Robert and the dean and chapter, confirming the remission of half a carucate of land in Asgerbi, made in his presence by Saherus de Arcellis "in "fine dierum suorum."

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