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date: 30 November 2020

Wykeham, Williamlocked

(c. 1324–1404)
  • Peter Partner

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Wykeham, William (c. 1324–1404), bishop of Winchester, administrator, and founder of Winchester College and New College, Oxford, was the son of John Long, a man of free condition from Wickham, Hampshire, and his wife, Sibyl, the daughter of William Bouadde (perhaps Boyatt) and ...

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Oxford Medieval Texts
Hampshire Record Office, Winchester
Camden Society
Centre for Buckinghamshire Studies, Aylesbury
(1900–)
Chancery records (Public Record Office)
British Museum, London