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Conway, Rogerlocked

(d. c. 1360)
  • Katherine Walsh

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Conway, Roger (d.c. 1360), Franciscan friar and theologian, was a native of Conwy in north Wales, who probably entered the order in Chester, and was a member of the custody of Worcester. He studied at Oxford and was DTh by 10 February 1355, when—as guardian of the Franciscan convent in ...

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