1512, Feb1537, Sep 25
an English author. John Caius tells us that along with Framyngham he wrote Scholia and notes upon them, but could never recover them from those in whose care he left them when he went to Italy. Long afterwards, in 1570, Edmund Gheast, bishop of Rochester, professed to know of them, but Caius apparently did not follow up the clue. He proceeded B.A. 1530, M.A. 1533, and was fellow of Queens' College from 1530 till his death, and bursar for three years from 1534.
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