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Walsingham, Alanlocked

(d. 1363)
  • Nicola Coldstream

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Walsingham, Alan (d. 1363), prior of Ely, presumably came from Walsingham in Norfolk, perhaps from a family of goldsmiths: he was described as skilled in goldsmith's work when, already a monk of the Benedictine cathedral priory at Ely, he assisted at the opening of the putative shrine of ...

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