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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 a number of holdings which are listed elsewhere in the taxatio text.

     Assessment for tax:
£ 0. 0s. 0d.

This section gives the modern name of the benefice together with the church dedication and the Ordnance Survey grid reference of the church (click the grid reference to locate the church building on Google Maps). Constituent parts of the benefice, such as vicarage, or any dependent chapels, pensions, portions and prebends, with their values, are also listed here.

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This section shows 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, monastic or secular; the name of the patron; and for monastic patrons, the order of their religious house. If the patronage is ecclesiastical or monastic, then it may be an appropriated church. This is shown by the "If Appropriated" line below.

not identified 1

This section displays the Latin text of the new edition of the taxatio based on the best sources available. Each line lists a taxable item and its assessed value in pounds, shillings and pence. Immediately below this figure is its equivalent value in medieval marks (NB.1mark=13s4d.) Click on the source button at the end of the item to see the full source reference for it.

     Full entry:
Capella de Sancto Lycio non taxatur propter exilitatem 2     
(listed as exempt: too low in value)

The Notes provide supplementary information relating to the benefice or to other data given in the display. Click on the source button at the end of the line to see the full reference(s) for the information. If the note contains a reference abbreviation that is not expanded in the source button, then it should be possible to use the abbreviation to find the full reference in the References Menu (forthcoming). If the note mentions a benefice by benkey rather than by name, the name can be found via the benkey search option, top-right on the screen.

1 For mention of the rector here ('de Sancto Licio') in 1305 see VCHHants5 195 n.13. The patronage was, in all probability, secular.     
2 It is suggested in RegPont 600 that this may be a church at Shanklin, and for supporting evidence see VCHHants5 195 n.13. For St John the Baptist at Shanklin see WN.WN.IS.U29; and for a presentation in 1382 to Shanklin, St Blaise, (by the king because of wardship of the lands of John de Lysle of Wootton) see RegEding1 133. If the 'capella de Sancto Lycio' of WCWN 48 (probably St Lucius) is to be identified with Shanklin, St Blaise, further evidence is needed in support; St Blaise is thought to have been a separate 'chantry' in VCHHants5 195 n.13.     

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