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Bingham [Byngham], Williamlocked

(d. 1451)
  • R. B. Dobson

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Bingham [Byngham], William (d. 1451), ecclesiastic and founder of Christ's College, Cambridge, may have been the William Byngham who was presented to the vicarages of Hutton, near Beverley, Yorkshire, and Alverstoke, Hampshire, by Henry IV in 1401–2. More probably, the future founder of ...

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(1891–)
A. B. Emden, (1963)
A. B. Emden, , 3 vols. (1957–9); also (1974)