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Singleton, Robertlocked

(d. 1544)
  • Alec Ryrie

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Singleton, Robert (d. 1544), clergyman, probably belonged to the Singletons of Single Hall, Lancashire. From 1516 he was vicar of Preston and in 1517 he went up to Oxford, moving thence to Cambridge where he was admitted bachelor of canon law in 1521/2. By 1533 he was in the service of ...

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