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John Smyth

(fl. c. 1429—1460)


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(fl. 1429–d. c.1460).

English mason. He was a lodge-mason at Canterbury in 1429, and Warden of the Masons at Eton College, Bucks., in 1441, before being appointed Master-Mason at Westminster Abbey in 1453.

J. Harvey (1987)

Subjects: Architecture.


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