unknown1539 ca
a professor at Oxford. Brinknell was educated at Lincoln College, Oxford and was appointed head-master of the school attached to Magdalen College. He was the author of a treatise against Martin Luther, which does not seem to have been printed. According to Wood it was 'a learned piece,' and 'commended for a good book.' Thomas Wolsey recommended Brinknell to Henry VIII as 'one of those most fit persons in the university to encounter Mart. Luther.'
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