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Adam Osgodby (died 1316) was an English lawyer and administrator. He was born in Osgodby, Selby, and although his early life and career are fairly unknown it is known that he acted as a lawyer for William Hamilton among others.[1] Between 1295 and 1316 he served as keeper of the rolls of chancery, and from 1307 he was the master of the Domus Conversorum.[1] Osgodby also held several ecclesiastical positions - he was Canon of York from 1289, Parson of Gargrave from 1293 and Prebend of Ulfshelf. He died in 1316.[1]

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  1. ^ a b c "Oxford DNB article:Osgodby, Adam (subscription needed)". Oxford University Press. 2004. Retrieved 2 June 2009.
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Preceded by
John Langton
Master of the Rolls
1295–1316
Succeeded by
William Airmyn


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