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Ely, Nicholas oflocked

(d. 1280)
  • Helen M. Jewell

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Ely, Nicholas of (d. 1280), administrator and bishop of Winchester, was of unknown origins. He is first clearly identified in record on 6 August 1249, officiating as archdeacon of Ely, and described as 'magister Nicholas'. He remained archdeacon of Ely, which may account for his name, until his election as bishop of ...

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