A Fifteenth-century List Of The Books Of Edmund Nortonarticle author queryboyle le [google Scholar]rouse rh [google Scholar] Jquery.Click { Event.Preventdefault(); })

Speculum 50 (2):284-288 (1975)
MS 114 of the Mullen Library in the Catholic University of America, Washington, D.C., contains on fol. ii a hitherto unnoticed list of books which belonged in the fifteenth century to a Master Edmund Norton. In the light of the date and the contents of the list, this Edmund Norton can probably be identified with the person of that name who was a Fellow of Balliol College, Oxford, in 1467. Possibly he was a Yorkshireman, since his ordination to major orders, including the priesthood, in 1467, is found registered in a York episcopal register, together with the notice of his Balliol fellowship. Although the register makes no mention of a cure of souls at the time of Norton's ordination, it would appear from the books in the list that he may have held a cura animarum at some later date. Nothing more is known about him. jQuery.click { event.preventDefault(); })
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