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Alexander Bicknor

Niav Gallagher

Alexander Bicknor

Archbishop of Dublin, 1317-49

by Niav Gallagher

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Published by University College Dublin in Dublin .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Bicknor, Alexander, -- d.1349.,
  • Bishops -- Ireland -- Biography.,
  • Ireland -- Church history -- 600-1500.,
  • Ireland -- Politics and government -- 1172-1603.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Niav Gallagher.
    ContributionsUniversity College Dublin. Department of Medieval History.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationv, 135p. ;
    Number of Pages135
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17377640M

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Alexander de Bicknor: lt;p|> ||||| |Alexander de Bicknor| (usually |Alexander de Bykenore| in original |Middle English| World Heritage Encyclopedia, the. ​ BICKNOR or BYKENORE, ALEXANDER (d. ), archbishop of Dublin, was prebendary of Maynooth and treasurer of Ireland, when in he was elected to the archbishopric by the two cathedral chapters of Dublin on the resignation of Ferings.

His election, however, was set aside by Edward II in favour of Lech. Bicknor joined Queen Isabella and others in declaring Prince Edward guardian of the kingdom, at an assembly at Bristol; later, inhe swore publicly at the London Guildhall to maintain the queen's cause as against the king.

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Alexander Bicknor -Archbishop and Peculator by James Lydon Published in Anglo-Norman Ireland, Features, Issue 2 (Summer ), Medieval History (pre), Volume 1.

On an October day inin the royal exchequer at Westminster, the accounts of the treasurer of Ireland were being Alexander Bicknor book. This was a fairly routine matter. ALEXANDER BICKNOR, TREASURER OF IRELAND, 11 on the pipe roll membrane and the final details added when the remaining issues which were being contested had been cleared up.

But before this could happen there was a dramatic interruption when forgeries and falsification of the account by Bicknor were discovered. There was evidence that the accounts of Is lip’s predecessor as treasurer of Ireland, Alexander Bicknor, now archbishop of Dublin, contained forgeries and evidence of fraud.

The result was a thorough inquiry into the enrolled account of Bicknor. 2 The archbishop was summoned to the court of inquiry and ordered to attend by: Alexander Bicknor † Catholic Encyclopedia Alexander Bicknor Archbishop of Dublin, date of birth unknown; d. As his surname suggests he came from a family of Kent, England.

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The biographical entry for Alexander De Bicknor, from 'A Compendium of Irish Biography', by Alfred Webb, Compre o livro deaths: Thomas Bradwardine, Alexander de Bicknor, Juan Manuel, Prince of Villena, Richard Rolle, Joan II of Navarre, Luchino Visconti na : confira as ofertas para livros em inglês e importadosFormat: Capa Comum.

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Books Go Search Buy Again Your Store Deals Store Gift Author: Ronald Cohn Jesse Russell. Alexander Bicknor. From the Catholic Encyclopedia. Archbishop of Dublin, date of birth unknown; d.

As his surname suggests he came from a family of Kent, England. He was elected Archbishop of Dublin inbeing at that time. Archbishop of Dublin, date of birth unknown; d. As his surname suggests he came from a family of Kent, England. He was elected Archbishop of Dublin inbeing at that time Prebendary of Maynooth and Treasurer of Ireland.

This selection was, however, set aside by Edward II in favour of Lech who soon died; after this, in May,Edward petitioned Pope Clement V to confirm Bicknor.

Alexander de Bicknor explained. Alexander de Bicknor (s. – 14 July ; usually spelled "Bykenore" in original Middle English sources) was an official in the Plantagenet kingdom under Edward I of England, Edward II of England, and Edward III of known to history as the Archbishop of Dublin from until his death inhis career involved extensive.

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Bicknor, Alexander, Archbishop of Dublin Bielfeld, Baron von, ranking of European powers Bismarck,and nation-state, Henry de Loundres was an Anglo-Norman churchman, Archbishop of Dublin, from to He was an influential figure in the reign of John of England, an administrator and loyalist to the king, is mentioned in the text of Magna Carta, the terms of which he helped to negotiate, he was dean of Stafford incommissioned a church in had continuing.

ORDER to pay Alexander Bicknor, appointed by John Wogan and others of the council to pay the wages of Richard Burgh, e. Ulster, and other magnates of the land of Ire.

going in the company of the said earl to Scotland for the expedition of the war there, £ to pay the said wages and to do what is necessary for the said expedition. "The contemporary Narrative of the Sorcery Proceedings against Alice Kyteler (of Kilkenny, Ireland), a document of extraordinary importance, is the first recorded instance of a woman being accused of gaining the power of witchcraft through sexual inte".

The Enrolled Account of Alexander Bicknor, Treasurer of Ireland, by James F. Lydon 7 The Subsidy Roll of County Waterford, by Julian C.

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It is hoped to build an extensive database reflecting Irish lives, giving them a chance to be heard, remembered and to add their voice to the historical record.January -- Alexander Bicknor deserts to the queen's party while on an embassy to France.

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