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Colton, John (d. 1404), archbishop of Armagh and justiciar of Ireland, was born at Terrington, Norfolk. Chaplain by 1343 to William Bateman, bishop of Norwich, Colton became doctor of canon law at Cambridge c.1348. In June 1349 he was made first warden of ...

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Fulbourn, Stephen of (d. 1288), justiciar of Ireland and archbishop of Tuam, came from a Cambridgeshire family. A hospitaller, he became precentor and treasurer of the order's priory at Clerkenwell and in 1269 was appointed as his deputy by Roger de Vere, prior of the hospitallers in ...

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London, Henry of [Henry de Loundres] (d. 1228), archbishop of Dublin and justiciar of Ireland, was a member of the Blund family of London, one of five sons of Bartholomew Blund, alderman of that city (d. 1201). Although Henry is never called ...

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Walter, Hubert (d. 1205), justiciar and archbishop of Canterbury, was born during Stephen's reign, probably at West Dereham, Norfolk, and retained his East Anglian connections throughout his life.

Hubert was the son of ...