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The Mastership of the Hospital of St Cross, Winchester, In the Early Sixteenth Century: the Case of Thomas Lawne

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The long list of the masters of the Hospital of St Cross, Winchester, beginning in c.1132 and running to the present day is largely complete and generally accepted as accurate. Except that is for the early years of the sixteenth century. This essay explores the problem by asking whether bishop Richard Fox formally installed John Claymond as master in 1517, rather than in 1508 as is generally believed. Instead, it is here suggested that Fox retained the mastership in his own hands during these years, with the work of the master being undertaken by a 'custodian', this being Thomas Lawne.
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Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: November 1, 2016

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