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G. Tornacensis, etc. — Arundel, Sussex. Collegiate church of Holy Trinity.


Provenance: Arundel, Sussex. Collegiate church of Holy Trinity.
Location: British Library, London
Shelfmark: Royal 10 A.xi
Author/Title: G. Tornacensis, etc.
Type of evidence: e: evidence from an ex-libris inscription or note of gift to an institution
  • Evidence:
  • Ownership inscriptions and pressmark
  • Evidence:
  • Ownership inscription
  • Evidence:
  • Pressmark
  • Evidence:
  • Ownership inscription and title
Notes on evidence:

'Liber magistri et sacerdotum collegii sancte Trinitatis Cicestr' Ex dono ven. patris domini Willelmi tercii episcopi Cicestr' Qui idem collegium a nobili viro domino Ricardo comite Arrundell fundatum de consensu omnium quorum interfuit auctoritate pontificali erexit. Oretis igitur pro eodem et benefactoribus eiusdem ac fidelium animabus a purgatorio liberandis. Et voluntas legantis est quod liber iste in eodem collegio firmiter cathenetur' (fol. 1v). Pressmark is also on fol. 1v, a little above this inscription.

Date: s. xiv in.
Pressmark:

XII volumen

Medieval Catalogue: SC204.92

Further details of medieval catalogue: SC204. SECULAR INSTITUTIONS: Secular Colleges: Arundel: Inventory of goods, 14 June 1505
Ownership:

Thomas de Trillek (b. in or before 1312, d. 1372), bishop of Rochester

William Reed (c. 1315–1385), bishop of Chichester: 'Liber mag. Willelmi Reed episcopi Cicestr. quem emit a ven. patre dom. Thoma Tryllek epi Roffensi. Oretis igitur pro utroque'.

John Lumley, first Baron Lumley (c. 1533–1609)