Francis Mansell

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The memorial to Francis Mansell in the college chapel

Francis Mansell (bap. 23 March 1579 – 1 May 1665) was Principal of Jesus College, Oxford on three occasions: from 1620 to 1621; from 1630 to 1648, when he was ejected by the Parliamentary visitation of the University of Oxford; and from 1660 to 1661. He had previously studied at the college.[1]

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  1. ^ Pollard, Albert; Curthoys, J. H. "Mansell, Francis (1579–1665)". Oxford Dictionary of National Biography (online edition) (subscription access). Oxford University Press. Retrieved 14 August 2007.