Wulfric 67 (Male) Abbot of St Augustine's, Canterbury, d. 1061
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Factoid List

Recorded Name (3)
Wulfric (3)
 S1017   
 S1090   
 S1473   
Office (6)
Abbot (6)
 ASC (C-F) 1042-1087  E 1043
 ASC (C-F) 1042-1087  D 1050; E 1046
 ASC (C-F) 1042-1087  DE 1061
 S1017   
 S1090   
 S1473    (abbot of St Augustine's, Canterbury)
Personal Relationship (1)
~ Sister (Consanguineal kinship) of Wulfric 67 (1)
 Wulfmæg 1: of Wulfric 67: Okasha21   
Event (7)
Appointment/consecration/elevation/ordination of abbot (1)
 Wulfric 67.consecrated abbot: Wulfric 67 was consecrated abbot of St Augustine’s at Christmas-time on St Stephen’s day by permission of the king and of Abbot Ælfstan 66, because of the abbot’s great infirmity.: ASC (C-F) 1042-1087  E 1043 (1045)
Bequeathing/will-making (1)
 Dispute concerning land in Beds.: Clapham, Kempstone, Cardington, and Cranfield, Beds., were bequeathed to Ramsey abbey by Æthelwine 49 the Black, claimed after his death by his kinsman Ælfric 113, son of Wihtgar 9, and recovered by Ælfwine 55, abbot of Ramsey, on payment of money to King Edward 15 and Queen Eadgyth 3, in proceedings which took place after his return from the Council of Rheims in 1049 (also attended by Duduc 6, bishop of Wells, and by Wulfric 67, abbot of St Augustine’s, Canterbury).: Ramsey.Liber Benefactorum  pp. 169-71, 198 ( x 1049)
Charter-witnessing (2)
 S1012 - Edward 15 granting land to Tofig 2: King Edward 15 to Tofig 2, his comes; grant of 2 hides (territoria) at Berghe.: S1017    (1048)
 S1473 - Godric 33 purchasing land from Eadgifu 21: Purchase of land at Offham, Kent, by Godric 33 æt Burnan from his sister, Eadgifu 21 for 1 mark of gold, 13 pounds, and 63 pence. : S1473    (1044 x 1048)
Confirmation of land/privileges (1)
 S1090 - writ of Edward 15 in favour of Christ Church: Writ of King Edward 15 declaring that the land at Mersham, Kent, is to belong to Christ Church with sake and soke, as fully and completely as Sigweard 1 and his wife [Anonymous 10063] granted it to that house.: S1090    (1053 x 1061)
Council-meeting, ecclesiastical (1)
 Leo 6.convening synod at Rheims: MS D: The great minster at Rheims was consecrated; Pope Leo 6 was there and the emperor and they had a great synod there about the service of God. St Leo 6, the pope, presided over that synod. It is difficult to know what bishops came to it and in particular what abbots, but 2 were sent from this country – from St Augustine’s and from Ramsey.

MS E: In this year was the great synod held at Rheims. Pope Leo 6 was there and the archbishop of Burgundy, and the archbishop of Besançon, and the archbishop of Trèves, and the archbishop of Rheims, and many others, both clerks and lay. And King Edward 15 sent there Bishop Duduc 6 and Wulfric 67, abbot of St Augustine’s, and Abbot Ælfwine 55 [of Ramsey] so that they might inform the king of whatever was there decided in the interests of Christendom. : ASC (C-F) 1042-1087  D 1050; E 1046 (1049)
Death/dying (1)
 Wulfric 67.death: Wulfric 67 died.: ASC (C-F) 1042-1087  DE 1061 (1061)
Disputing/dispute-settling (1)
 Dispute concerning land in Beds.: Clapham, Kempstone, Cardington, and Cranfield, Beds., were bequeathed to Ramsey abbey by Æthelwine 49 the Black, claimed after his death by his kinsman Ælfric 113, son of Wihtgar 9, and recovered by Ælfwine 55, abbot of Ramsey, on payment of money to King Edward 15 and Queen Eadgyth 3, in proceedings which took place after his return from the Council of Rheims in 1049 (also attended by Duduc 6, bishop of Wells, and by Wulfric 67, abbot of St Augustine’s, Canterbury).: Ramsey.Liber Benefactorum  pp. 169-71, 198 ( x 1049)
Grant and Gift (1)
 S1012 - Edward 15 granting land to Tofig 2: King Edward 15 to Tofig 2, his comes; grant of 2 hides (territoria) at Berghe.: S1017    (1048)
Illness/demonic seizure/madness (1)
 Wulfric 67.consecrated abbot: Wulfric 67 was consecrated abbot of St Augustine’s at Christmas-time on St Stephen’s day by permission of the king and of Abbot Ælfstan 66, because of the abbot’s great infirmity.: ASC (C-F) 1042-1087  E 1043 (1045)
Journey (1)
 Leo 6.convening synod at Rheims: MS D: The great minster at Rheims was consecrated; Pope Leo 6 was there and the emperor and they had a great synod there about the service of God. St Leo 6, the pope, presided over that synod. It is difficult to know what bishops came to it and in particular what abbots, but 2 were sent from this country – from St Augustine’s and from Ramsey.

MS E: In this year was the great synod held at Rheims. Pope Leo 6 was there and the archbishop of Burgundy, and the archbishop of Besançon, and the archbishop of Trèves, and the archbishop of Rheims, and many others, both clerks and lay. And King Edward 15 sent there Bishop Duduc 6 and Wulfric 67, abbot of St Augustine’s, and Abbot Ælfwine 55 [of Ramsey] so that they might inform the king of whatever was there decided in the interests of Christendom. : ASC (C-F) 1042-1087  D 1050; E 1046 (1049)
Papal advice/audience/decision/privilege (1)
 Leo 6.convening synod at Rheims: MS D: The great minster at Rheims was consecrated; Pope Leo 6 was there and the emperor and they had a great synod there about the service of God. St Leo 6, the pope, presided over that synod. It is difficult to know what bishops came to it and in particular what abbots, but 2 were sent from this country – from St Augustine’s and from Ramsey.

MS E: In this year was the great synod held at Rheims. Pope Leo 6 was there and the archbishop of Burgundy, and the archbishop of Besançon, and the archbishop of Trèves, and the archbishop of Rheims, and many others, both clerks and lay. And King Edward 15 sent there Bishop Duduc 6 and Wulfric 67, abbot of St Augustine’s, and Abbot Ælfwine 55 [of Ramsey] so that they might inform the king of whatever was there decided in the interests of Christendom. : ASC (C-F) 1042-1087  D 1050; E 1046 (1049)
Property-buying/purchasing (1)
 S1473 - Godric 33 purchasing land from Eadgifu 21: Purchase of land at Offham, Kent, by Godric 33 æt Burnan from his sister, Eadgifu 21 for 1 mark of gold, 13 pounds, and 63 pence. : S1473    (1044 x 1048)
Reporting (1)
 Leo 6.convening synod at Rheims: MS D: The great minster at Rheims was consecrated; Pope Leo 6 was there and the emperor and they had a great synod there about the service of God. St Leo 6, the pope, presided over that synod. It is difficult to know what bishops came to it and in particular what abbots, but 2 were sent from this country – from St Augustine’s and from Ramsey.

MS E: In this year was the great synod held at Rheims. Pope Leo 6 was there and the archbishop of Burgundy, and the archbishop of Besançon, and the archbishop of Trèves, and the archbishop of Rheims, and many others, both clerks and lay. And King Edward 15 sent there Bishop Duduc 6 and Wulfric 67, abbot of St Augustine’s, and Abbot Ælfwine 55 [of Ramsey] so that they might inform the king of whatever was there decided in the interests of Christendom. : ASC (C-F) 1042-1087  D 1050; E 1046 (1049)
Writ-issuing/sending (1)
 S1090 - writ of Edward 15 in favour of Christ Church: Writ of King Edward 15 declaring that the land at Mersham, Kent, is to belong to Christ Church with sake and soke, as fully and completely as Sigweard 1 and his wife [Anonymous 10063] granted it to that house.: S1090    (1053 x 1061)