James Haldenston
James Haldenston or James Haldenstoun (died 18 July 1443) was an Augustinian churchman from 15th-century Scotland. Probably from somewhere in eastern Fife, Haldenston became an Augustinian at St Andre...
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John Whethamstede
John Whethamstede (died 20 January 1465), English abbot, was a son of Hugh Bostock, and was born at Wheathampstead in Hertfordshire, owing his name, the Latin form of which is Frumenlarius, to this ci...
Lazar the Serb
Lazar (Serbian: Лазар, Russian: Лазарь), also known as Lazar the Serb or Lazar the Hilandarian ( 1404), was a Serbian Orthodox monk who invented and built the first known mechanical public clo...
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David Boys
David Boys or Boschus (d. 1461), Carmelite, was educated at Oxford University, and lectured in theology at that university; he also visited for purposes of study the University of Cambridge and severa...
William of Wallingford
William of Wallingford (died 20 June 1492) was the 47th abbot of St Albans Abbey.He was a Benedictine monk at Holy Trinity Priory, Wallingford, Berkshire (now Oxfordshire), England and like John of Wa...