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Boldon, Uthred [John]locked

(c. 1320–1397)
  • Jeremy Catto

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Boldon, Uthred [John] (c. 1320–1397), prior of Finchale and theologian, was born at Boldon, co. Durham, and resident there until September 1331, though in a document of 1342 he is called Uthredus de Bamburgh, and the Franciscan Richard Trevytlam in an Oxford satire castigates him as of Scottish origin. No other evidence connects him either with ...

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