William Stubbs
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Born in Knaresborough, North Yorkshire
Born on 21st of June 1825
Died on 22nd of April 1901

Born 1825. Died 1901 - English churchman and historian.

Studied at Christ Church, Oxford. Canon of St Pauls (1879), Bishop of Chester (1844) and of Oxford (1889). Writing includes Three-volume Constitutional History of England (1874-78) and The Early Plantagenets (1876).

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