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Haseley, William oflocked

(d. in or before 1283)
  • Barbara F. Harvey

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Haseley, William of (d. in or before 1283), monastic writer, was sub-prior and novice-master of Westminster Abbey. His name, if a toponym, points to an origin in Oxfordshire, Warwickshire, or Wiltshire. Haseley was the actual compiler of the customary, or directory relating to liturgical and other matters, which became known as ...

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