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Pagula [Paull], Williamlocked

(d. 1332?)
  • Cary J. Nederman

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Pagula [Paull], William (d. 1332?), canon lawyer and theologian, probably came from Paull, near Hull, Yorkshire. Granted letters dimissory by Archbishop Greenfield of York on 24 November 1313, he was instituted as perpetual vicar of the church of Winkfield, near Windsor Forest, Berkshire...

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