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Baston, Philiplocked

(d. after 1327)
  • Richard Copsey

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Baston, Philip (d. after 1327), Carmelite friar, was born near Nottingham and, like his brother, the poet Robert Baston, joined the Carmelites there. He studied first at the Carmelite house, Lincoln, where he was ordained deacon on 19 May 1296 and priest on 22 September 1296, and then continued his studies at ...

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