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27). However, since Thurstan’s charters are not usually dated to the period prior to his consecration in October 1119, the date brackets are 1109 x 1114 or 1119 x c. 1125. Although I have argued (n. 15) that normal practice from the 1120s was for the dignitaries of the Minster to take precedence over the archdeacons in witness-lists, the few pre-Thurstan charters which throw any light on the matter suggest that the order of precedence was initially different, viz, dean, then archdeacons in order of appointment (with no precedence given to the treasurer over the others); in this case EEA V, no.
1–19, and Brett, English Church, pp. 199–211. The Annales de Wintonia, in Annales Monastici, ed. H. R. Luard, II, RS 36 (London, 1865), p. 54, report that William was both ordained priest and consecrated archbishop by Henry of Blois in 1143; see Chapter Three. See reference above, n. 25. A William, son of the archbishop, who witnessed a number of Durham charters, was thought to be a son of William fitzHerbert by Scammel, Puiset, p. 237. Lovatt, however, in EEA XX, xxx n. 7, suggests that he was the son of Archbishop Roger of Pont l’Évêque, which is more likely, since he only appears in the latter part of Roger’s archiepiscopate or later.
And not just during his absences. William was probably only a clerk in minor orders, and would therefore require a vicar to celebrate at the altar in his place even when he was in York. 25 It is hard to imagine Archbishop Thomas relinquishing a church and adjacent property so close to the core of the Minster estate in York to an absentee landlord who was likely seldom, if ever, to leave Winchester for York; it is equally hard to imagine that it would have had much value for Herbert the Chamberlain.