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Benefice of ST PINNOCK

(EX.CW.WE.14) variants

This figure is the total assessed value of the benefice. Note that for a cathedral church a zero figure is given because its assessed value is derived from holdings which are listed elsewhere in the taxatio text.

     Assessment for tax:
£ 2. 0s. 0d.

The modern name of the benefice together with the church dedication and the grid reference of the church building (the latter can be used to access Google Maps). Constituent parts of the benefice, such as vicarage, dependent chapels, pensions, portions and prebends, with their values, are also listed here.

     Benefice details:
SX200633 ded: ST PINNOC by 1284      ST PINOCUS     

The patronage status of the benefice in 1291-2, the date of the taxatio, as much as can be found in contemporary or near-contemporary sources. The line includes the type of patronage: ecclesiastical, secular or monastic; the name of the patron; and for monastic patrons, the order of their religious house.

secular, John de Ferrers , with four others, all named 1     

The Full Entry section displays the basic text of the new edition of the taxatio based on the Latin texts available. Each line represents a taxable item. The full Latin text from the manuscript appears on the left in bold. The corresponding value appears on the right both in pounds shillings and pence and beneath in marks

     Full entry:
Ecclesia Sancti Pynnoci (margin: decanus et capitulum Exon')     
(listed as exempt: too low in value)
£ 2. 0s. 0d.

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1 Five secular patrons presented to this church in 1350 (RegGrand 1414), though the marginal comment of the taxatio text suggests that Exeter dean and chapter were, at some stage, patrons. If it had been appropriated at the time of the taxatio, it would have been listed as taxable.     

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