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Salmon, Johnlocked

(d. 1325)
  • M. C. Buck

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Salmon, John (d. 1325), administrator and bishop of Norwich, came from a family whose members had been hereditary goldsmiths to Ely Priory since the twelfth century. His parents were Salomon and Alice, and he had two younger brothers, both of whom he later promoted to archdeaconries. Probably born at ...

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