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

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

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