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Cliffe [Clyffe], Henrylocked

(c. 1280–1334)
  • J. A. Hamilton
  • , revised by Roy Martin Haines

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Cliffe [Clyffe], Henry (c. 1280–1334), administrator, was probably born at Cliffe near Selby. An MA by 1307, possibly of Oxford, in 1329 he attested the conveyance of a messuage, La Oriole, which gave its name to Oriel College, Oxford. Between 1316 and 1319 he occurs as chancellor of the ...

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