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Halton [Halghton], Johnlocked

(d. 1324)
  • Henry Summerson

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Halton [Halghton], John (d. 1324), bishop of Carlisle, was of unknown, but almost certainly northern, origins. He was a student at Oxford, an experience of which he retained affectionate memories, probably before becoming a canon of Carlisle Cathedral priory. He rose to become cellarer of that house, and is recorded as defending its interests in ...

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