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Cornhill, William oflocked

(d. 1223)
  • M. J. Franklin

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Cornhill, William of (d. 1223), bishop of Coventry, belonged to a London family who rose in the service of Henry II and his sons. He was probably the nephew, or possibly the son, of Reginald of Cornhill (d. 1209/10), a close adherent of ...

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