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Benefice of DALDERBY

(LI.LK.HO.08) 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:
£ 4. 6s. 8d.

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:
TF2496571 ded: ST MARTIN     

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 of Dalderby , Chancellor of Lincoln 2     

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     Full entry:
Ecclesia de Dalderby     
£ 4. 6s. 8d.

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1 The church was described as 'in ruins' in the late nineteenth century and does not appear on the current OS map. Its site was mapped by OS(County Series: Lincolnshire) and the grid reference is approximate for this position.     
2 The presentation in 1294 was by Master John of Dalderby, chancellor of Lincoln (RegSutton1 185). It is clear that he presented as son of John of Dalderby and not as chancellor of Lincoln (RotRicGrav 20 and RegSutton1 58-9).     

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