Henry Costessey

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Henry Costessey, B.D. was a priest and academic in the 15th century.[1]

Henry Costessey

Died20 July 1483
ResidenceBanham, Bixton and Wilby
OccupationPriest, Academic
OrganizationRushworth College

Costessey was ordained priest on 15 April 1441. From 1442 to 1472 he was a member of King's Hall, Cambridge. Costessey held livings at Banham, Bixton and Wilby. He was Master of Rushworth College from 1472 to 1475; and then of Gonville Hall from 1475 until his death on 20 July 1483.[2]

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