- William of. 1324–1404, English prelate and statesman, who founded New College, Oxford, and Winchester College: chancellor of England (1367–71; 1389–91); bishop of Winchester (1367–1404)
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Yet the work of Edingdon and Wykeham was ruthless in its way.Bell's Cathedrals: The Cathedral Church of Winchester
Philip Walsingham Sergeant
The genius of Wykeham adopted and adapted the fortuitous plan of Merton.
In the arrangement of his buildings Waynflete followed Wykeham.
In the year 1776 he was placed on the Wykeham foundation at Winchester.The Poetical Works of William Lisle Bowles Vol. 2
William Lisle Bowles
The top central light has some of the earlier Wykeham glass.Stained Glass Tours in England
Charles Hitchcock Sherrill