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Melton, Williamlocked

(d. 1340)
  • Rosalind Hill

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Melton, William (d. 1340), archbishop of York, was the son of undistinguished parents from Melton in the parish of Welton near Hull, where he later established a chantry for them. However, he had a brother named Henry, whose grandsons he sent to be educated in ...

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