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Rev. John Webb, M.A., F.S.A., M.R.S.L., editor, A Roll of the Household Expenses of Richard de Swinfield, Bishop of Hereford, during part of the years 1289 and 1290, Works of the Camden Society (London: J.B. Nichols and Sons, 1854), vol. 59, p. 94
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Household Expenses of Bishop Swinfield
Die Ma-rt' seq' vis' dns' ecc'am de Pencomb'd & fuit sumptibz
rector'e ad ei' rogatu'/ sict ip'e intellexit.f ||Sma- nl.
d Pencomb'. Pencomb, a parish in со. Hereford, 4 1/2 miles W. by S. from Bromyard.
e Rectoris. Master John de Chaundos, priest, was instituted to the church of Penecumbe on the presentation of Sir Eustace de Wyteneie, knt. 2 non. Febr. 1288. Reg. Swinf, f. 59, a.
f Sicut ipse intellexit. Another example of questioned liability to procuration. The rector scrupled the claim, and only invited his lordship, who was fain to accept his entertainment, rather as a boon than a right.