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Robertson, Thomaslocked

(fl. c. 1520–1561)
  • H. L. Parish

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Robertson, Thomas (fl.c. 1520–1561), theologian and dean of Durham, came from the neighbourhood of Wakefield in Yorkshire. He was educated first at Queen's College and then at Magdalen College, Oxford, graduating BA from the latter in March 1521 and proceeding MA in July 1525; he supplicated for the degree of BTh in 1539. Between 1526 and 1534 he was master of ...

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