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Waterford, Jofroi of (fl. late 13th cent.), translator and Dominican friar, perhaps born of English parentage, was associated with Waterford, Ireland. The order had a house there from 1226 and a number of Anglo-Norman writings, transcribed in England, were read in Waterford, together with a quantity of texts added by local scribes. The evidence is found in Cambridge, Corpus Christi College, MS 405, parts of which belonged to the brethren of ...