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John of Peterborough

(fl. c. 1359—1379) supposed chronicler and Benedictine monk


'John of Peterborough' can also refer to...

Towers, John (d. 1649), bishop of Peterborough

Hinchliffe, John (1731-1794), bishop of Peterborough

Palmer, John (d. 1607), dean of Peterborough

Deeping, John (d. 1439), abbot of Peterborough

Parsons, John (1761-1819), bishop of Peterborough and college head

Chambers [Borowe, Burgh], John (d. 1556), abbot and bishop of Peterborough

Peterborough, John of (fl. 1369), supposed chronicler and Benedictine monk

MACDONNELL, John Cotter (died 1902), Canon Residentiary of Peterborough from 1883

WESTWOOD, William John (1925 - 1999), Bishop of Peterborough, 1984–95

STOCKS, John Edward (1843 - 1926), Residentiary Canon of Peterborough since 1920; Examining Chaplain to Bishop of Peterborough, 1915

CRAIG, Arthur John Edward (1886 - 1972), DL, JP; Custos Rotulorum of the Soke of Peterborough

Caux [Caleto], John de (c. 1205-1263), administrator and abbot of Peterborough

Cecil, William Thomas Brownlow (1876 - 1956), Knight of Order of St John of Jerusalem; Hereditary Grand Almoner; Lord Lieut County of Northampton, 1923–52; Custos Rotulorum of the Soke of Peterborough; JP, Soke of Peterborough, Kesteven, Rutland, and Northants; Hon. Freeman City of Peterborough; Col RFA (T), retired

Mordaunt [née Fraizer], Carey, countess of Peterborough and Monmouth (c. 1658-1709), political wife, and correspondent of John Locke

PRICE, John Willis (1872 - 1940), Rector of Croughton since 1912; Non-Residentiary Canon of Peterborough Cathedral since 1937

FLACK, John Robert (born 1942), an Honorary Assistant Bishop: Diocese of Peterborough, since 2003; Diocese in Europe, since 2004; Diocese of Ely, since 2013

SANDERS, Samuel John Woodhouse (1846 - 1915), Vicar of Rothley with Keyham from 1909; Hon. Canon of Peterborough from 1890

GRIMES, (Cecil) John (1881 - 1976), Archdeacon of Northampton and Canon Residentiary of Peterborough, 1941–59; Treasurer, 1946–59; Examining Chaplain to Bishop of Peterborough, 1939–59; Archdeacon and Canon Emeritus, 1959

HUGHES, Nathaniel Thomas (1834 - 1913), Vicar of Hardingston from 1892; Rural Dean of Northampton from 1897; Master of St John’s Hospital from 1871; Hon. Canon of Peterborough from 1883

 
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