Henry de Stanton
Henry de Stanton was a Professor of Canon law. Between 1280–2, he was Chancellor of the University of Oxford. During his chancellorship, the University appointed a group of masters to investigate how to put the Will of William of Durham (died 1249) into effect to establish University College at Oxford.
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