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Burley, John (d. 1332), Carmelite friar and logician, joined the order in Stamford, and studied at Oxford University, where he incepted as DTh. In 1303 he was one of the Carmelite doctors who supported the provincial William Ludlington in his resistance to the decision of the general chapter establishing the Irish and Scottish houses as a separate province. At the provincial chapter in 1305, presided over by two German Carmelites sent by the prior-general, ...

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Tunsted, Simon (d. 1369), Franciscan schoolman, was born in Norwich of a Norfolk family. His surname derives from the village of Tunsted to the north-east of Norwich. The custom in the English Franciscan province was initially for friars to take the name of their home town, and it is this name that is given where friars appear in episcopal registers. ...