William de Palmorna
William de Palmorna was a Fellow and Rector of Exeter College. In 1340, he was one of twelve Fellows selected for The Queen's College, Oxford by its founder Robert de Eglesfield. Between 1350 and 1351, he was Chancellor of the University of Oxford. He was a Doctor of Divinity. He was a prebendary at the King's Free Chapel in Hastings, within the Diocese of Chichester and also at Windsor. He died in 1362 and left a legacy to Exeter College.
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