Richard Kingston (priest)

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Richard Kingston (d. November 1418) was a Canon of Windsor from 1400 to 1402[1] and the Dean of Windsor from 1402 - 1418.

Career[edit]

He was appointed:

  • Chancellor of Abergwili 1392
  • Rector of Pertenhall before 1397
  • Rector of Yeovil 1397
  • Rector of Croston, Lancashire 1405
  • Prebendary of Beverley at the altar of St Mary 1405
  • Prebendary of Mapesbury in St Paul’s Cathedral 1405 - 1418
  • Vicar of Stepney 1406 - 1418
  • Prebendary of Flixton in Lichfield Cathedral 1400 - 1814
  • Rector of Barrowby, Lincolnshire 1411
  • Archdeacon of Hereford 1389 - 1404
  • Archdeacon of Colchester 1405
  • Prebendary of Cherminster Bere in Salisbury Cathedral 1406 - 1418
  • Rector of Fakenham, Norfolk
  • Prebendary of Wells
  • Prebendary of Cublington in Hereford Cathedral 1391
  • Prebendary of Ballingthorpe in Hereford Cathedral 1393
  • Clerk of Works in Hereford Castle 1401
  • Treasurer of the Royal Household 1405 - 1407

He was appointed to the seventh stall in St George's Chapel, Windsor Castle in 1400, and held the stall until made Dean of Windsor in 1402.

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ Fasti Wyndesorienses, May 1950. S.L. Ollard. Published by the Dean and Canons of St George's Chapel, Windsor Castle