Adam de Toneworth

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Adam de Toneworth (also Toueworth or Towworth) was an English medieval university chancellor.[1]

Adam de Toneworth was Chancellor of the University of Oxford several times between 1366 and 1379.[2] As Chancellor of Oxford, he was involved with the John Wycliffe controversy.[3]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Hibbert, Christopher, ed. (1988). "Appendix 5: Chancellors of the University". The Encyclopaedia of Oxford. Macmillan. pp. 521–522. ISBN 0-333-39917-X. 
  2. ^ Wood, Anthony (1790). "Fasti Oxonienses". The History and Antiquities of the Colleges and Halls in the University of Oxford. Google Books. pp. 27–28, 30. 
  3. ^ Innys, W. (1766). "Wicliff". Biographia Britannica: Or the Lives of the Most Eminent Persons who Have Flourished in Great Britain from the Earliest Ages Down to the Present Times. Volume 7. Google Books. p. 4261. 
Academic offices
Preceded by
John de Echingham
Chancellor of the University of Oxford
1366–1367
Succeeded by
William Courtenay
Preceded by
William Courtenay
Chancellor of the University of Oxford
1369–1371
Succeeded by
William de Heytisbury
Preceded by
John Turke
Chancellor of the University of Oxford
1377–1379
Succeeded by
Robert Aylesham