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Bloxham, John [Geffrei]locked

(c. 1340–1387)
  • Jeremy Catto

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Bloxham, John [Geffrei] (c. 1340–1387), theologian and college head, evidently came from Bloxham, Oxfordshire. He was elected fellow of Merton in 1361, and spent his whole life thereafter at the college, as bursar in 1365–7, and as warden from 16 October 1375 until his death. He studied theology as a fellow, and having completed all the requirements for the doctorate by October 1375 qualified as an inceptor in theology; but, presumably omitting to perform his necessary lectures as a regent master, he did not graduate as a doctor. He benefited from the ecclesiastical patronage of his college, becoming vicar of ...

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T. Tanner, , ed. D. Wilkins (1748); repr. (1963)
(1891–)
Merton College, Oxford
A. B. Emden, , 3 vols. (1957–9); also (1974)
(1900–)
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