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date: 24 February 2020

Mountain [Montaigne], Georgelocked

  • Andrew Foster


Mountain [Montaigne], George (1569–1628), archbishop of York, was born at Cawood, Yorkshire, the son of Thomas Montaigne or Mountain of Wistow in the same county. He matriculated as a sizar at Queens' College, Cambridge, in Michaelmas term 1586 and graduated BA in 1590. Elected a fellow in 1591, he was admitted in July 1592; he was ordained deacon and priest by ...

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