John de Northwode
From 29 November 1329 until 1330, John de Northwode was Archdeacon of Exeter in Devon, southwest England. He held the post of Archdeacon of Totnes, also in Devon, from 1338 until 1349. He was appointed Chancellor to the University of Oxford from 1345–49. A commemorative brass plaque dedicated to his memory exists in the Collegiate Church of Ottery St Mary in Devon.
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- Diocese of Ottery St Mary. The Collegiate Church of Ottery St Mary Being the Ordinacio Et Statuta Ecclesie Sancte Marie De Otery Exon. Cambridge University Press. p. 45 (footnote).
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