Event detail for site: Puffin Island
The bishop of Bangor was instructed to investigate allegations against Gervase de Perrouse, prior of the house.
These allegations had been made by two of his canons.
The Heads of Religious Houses in England and Wales, II, 1216-1377, ed. D. M. Smith and V. London (CUP: Cambridge, 2001) p. 449
Registrum Roberti Winchelsy, Cantuarensis Archiepiscopi 1294-1313, Canterbury and York Society, 2 vols, ed. Rose Graham (1952-1956) vol. 2, p. 776.
Other events in the history of this site
c.1221 x 1237: Foundation - A religious community settled on the island in the sixth century and probably became Augustinian in the thirteenth century, at the same time as its twin foundation of Penmon. [4 sources]
1303: Allegations - The bishop of Bangor was instructed to investigate allegations against Gervase de Perrouse, prior of the house. [2 sources]
c.1537: Dissolution - The house was dissolved under the 1536 Act of Suppression at some date between 25 February and 13 June 1537. [4 sources]
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