Audley, Edmund

(died 1524) Bishop, patron of letters. He received the degree of B.A. at Lincoln College, Oxford, 1463, was successively Bishop of Rochester (1480), of Hereford (1492), and of Salisbury (1502), and was made chancellor of the Order of the Garter. Because he bestowed a benefice on Edward Powell for his book against Luther, he was complimented by Oxford University.

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