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St Leofard [St Lifard], Gilbert delocked

(c. 1230–1305)
  • Christopher Whittick


St Leofard [St Lifard], Gilbert de (c. 1230–1305), canon lawyer and bishop of Chichester, was almost certainly a Frenchman, named from the college of St Liphard at Meung-sur-Loire near Orléans. He was in England by February 1254, probably an academic refugee from the ...

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National Archives of the United Kingdom, Public Record Office, London
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