Richard Harris (college principal)
Harris, from Herefordshire, obtained his B.A. degree from Oxford University on 3 November 1558 and his M.A. degree on 26 June 1562. He was appointed rector of Kentchurch, Herefordshire in 1571 and became a canon of Hereford Cathedral in 1575. He was Principal of Brasenose College, Oxford from 1573/4 to 1595. During this time, he was appointed by the royal charter of 1589 as one of the Commissioners to draw up statutes for Jesus College, Oxford.
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|Principal of Brasenose College, Oxford