1300 The manor of Drannack (Dreynek) was held by the de Clare family and
leased to the Bevilles, the advowson of St Winner rested with them.
1311 May 24th: Gilbert de Clare, Earl of Gloucester and Hereford, chief
Lord of Drannack, authorised the grant of an acre in the manor
of Drannack, together with the with the advowson of St Winneri to
Sir Richard de Stapledon, brother of the Bishop of Exeter.
1318 Richard de Stapleton conveyed the Drannack deeds to the Diocese of Exeter and from there
the deeds were bestowed to Stapleton Hall, Oxford, (Exeter College) founded by
Walter de Stapleton , Bishop of Exeter.
The Gwinear Great Tithes were bestowed on it, and patronage of the Gwinear living reacted with
the Bishop of Exeter. (Tonkin in Gilbert, vol.2)
The tithes were to provide twelve scholarships, eight in Devon and four in Cornwall
for 'poor but sober boys'.
1349 Black Death reaches Cornwall
1360 Black Death in Cornwall