Talk:William Manderstown

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Identity[edit]

This gentleman looks an awful lot like William Manderston as described by Alexander Broadie (2008) in History of Scottish Philosophy; Edinburgh University Press, ISBN 9780748628643. Page 71 ff. Manderston was coincidally also born arount 1485, Scottish, Rector of the University of Paris and St. Andrews, co-worker of John Mair and an influential personality shortly before the reformation hit Scottland.

Would you mind investigating, if this is a spelling variance or if there has been a bigger mistake? Yotwen (talk) 14:40, 2 September 2017 (UTC)