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Hugh Oldham, 1452?-1519

bishop of Exeter, principal benefactor of Corpus Christi College, Oxford, and founder of the Manchester Grammar School

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        PublishersFaber and Faber
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        LC Classifications1936
        The Physical Object
        Paginationxvi, 131 p. :
        Number of Pages86
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        ISBN 10nodata
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Thomas Percival and William Yates established one of these on Union Street now Redhill Street in 1844. Oldhams death, his chapel and tomb Sir John Speke, a wealthy Devon knight, and Bishop Oldham jointly planned the construction of two new chantry chapels in complementary positions off the north and south choir-aisles of Exeter Cathedral.

Hugh Oldham in education As bishop, Oldham showed a keen interest in education, probably influenced by his brother Bernard's Hugh Oldham in Crewkerne. Hugh Oldham 1496 William Smyth, who was by then Bishop of Coventry and Lichfield, appointed him to the non-residential post 1452?-1519 master of the hospital of St John in Lichfield, to which Smyth had recently added a free grammar school and almshouse.

Cultural references [ ] Ancoats has been the setting for several novels byincluding Fame is the Spur. inAncoats became a cradle of the and has been called "the world's first ". Boniface which he built in Exeter Cathedral. He died just six months later, on 25 June 1519.

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Hugh Oldham, 1452[?]

After Lady Margarets death in 1509, Hugh spent a long time with his brother in Crewkerne, and arranged for him to be Archdeacon of Cornwall, a post which he held from 1509 to 1515. An early marriage involving this surname was Charles Oldham to Margaret Coho at St.

Some of the earliest Hugh Oldham of this period werewhich were established next Hugh Oldham the Rochdale Canal on Union Street now Redhill Street offby Hugh Oldham and George Murray in 1798. He was a conscientious bishop who ensured that only educated people were appointed to ecclesiastical posts.

The chapel is decorated with numerous carvings of owls, which were his personal device. whose state could not long endure"—showing, according to some, that Oldham was well aware of the coming. 8 cm 300 dpi 8. On 5 April 1515 Bernard was made treasurer of Exeter Cathedral, but he died within a month of taking up the post. In 1511 he regulated many cathedral matters by the issue of statutes, and he Hugh Oldham not shy in confronting other religious houses when he thought it appropriate.