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Northburgh, Michaellocked

(c. 1300–1361)
  • Roy Martin Haines

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Northburgh, Michael (c. 1300–1361), diplomat and bishop of London, was a nephew of Roger Northburgh, bishop of Coventry and Lichfield (d. 1358). He studied at Oxford, proceeding MA by 1329 and DCL by 1336; in old age he was one of three bishops who witnessed the royal grant of privileges to the university on 27 June 1357....

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