In the book 'Albrittons of the second millenium', in generation 8, mention is made of Roger de Albryghton, stating that he was in receipt of three prebends or incomes. I will post details of these later. Firstly however I list an entry for Roger relating to a petition to the King.
Petitioners: John Catesby, clerk and Roger Albrighton, clerk Addresses: King Places mentioned: Chelmsford,(Essex); Congreve, (Staffordshire); Penkridge, (Staffordshire). Covering dates; 1391-1400
Nature of request: John Catesby, keeper of the free chapel of St Margaret in Chelmsford, and Roger Albrighton, prebendary of Congreve in the free chapel of Penkridge, request that the king grant letters of collation assenting to the transfer of the prebend to Catesby.
Note: Catesby was ratified as parson of Chelmsford on 1 June 1390, and Albrighton as prebend of Congreve on 16 April 1391. Presumably the petition dates to some point after this date.