Person    | Male  Born 1324  Died 27/9/1404

William of Wykeham

Bishop of Winchester, Chancellor of England and founder of Winchester College. Reconstructed Windsor Castle for King Edward III. Click on external site for more information. And see Winchester geese for the seamier side of the bishopric.

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William of Wykeham

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