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date: 25 February 2020

King, Robertlocked

(d. 1557)
  • Nicholas Doggett

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King, Robert (d. 1557), abbot of Thame and bishop of Oxford, was the second son of William King of Thame, yeoman, who was still living in 1508. He became a monk at the Cistercian abbey of Rewley, near Oxford, spending some of his time studying at ...

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