Archive:Calendar of Entries in the Papal Registers Relating to Great Britain and Ireland
W. H. Bliss and C. Johnson, eds., Calendar of Entries in the Papal Registers Relating to Great Britain and Ireland, Papal Letters, Vol. III A.D. 1342-1362, (Eyre and Spottiswoode: London, 1897), as found on Google Books.
Ibid. [13 Kal. July. Avignon.]
To the same. Mandate to make provision to Baldwin de Whyteney of a canonry of Lichfield, with expectation of a prebend, notwithstanding that he has the deanery of Tamworth and the church of Pencoumbe. [Cal. Pet. i. 58.]
5 Id. Aug.
To the chancellor of London. Mandate to make provision to Robert de Whiteney of the like in St. Davids, notwithstanding that he has a canonry of Tamworth and the church of Whiteney. [Cal. Pet. i. 70.]
(ff. 457 to 476.)
Indults to the underwritten persons to choose confessors, who shall give them, being penitent, plenary remission at the hour of death, with the usual safeguards : -
15 Kal. Feb.
Baldwin de Whytteneye, dean of Tamworth.
10 Kal. May.
To Baldwin de Whiteneye. Provision of a canonry of Hereford, with expectation of a prebend, notwithstanding that he has the deaconry of Tamworth, value 10 marks. [Cal. Pet. i. 243.]
Concurrent mandate to the treasurer of Litchfield, and two others named.
Page 537 & 538:
6 Kal. June.
To the bishop of Hereford. Mandate to dispense Richard de Baskervyle, knight, and Isabella Gryseley to remain in the marriage which she contracted in ignorance that Eustace de Whiteney, knight, her first husband, was related to Richard in the fourth degree of kindred, declaring their past and future offspring legitimate.
2 Kal. Aug.
Confirmation, with exemplification, at the request of Richard de Baskervile [sic], knight, and Isabella his wife, of the diocese of Hereford, of the letters issued by Clement VI. 2 Non. June, anno 3, ruling, in the case of John, earl of Warenne, and Joan de Barro, that dispensation for the marriage of persons related in the fourth degree of kindred shall hold good if they are related in the fourth and third degrees. [31 Jul 1354].