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... William Bill (cir 1505-15 July 1561) was Master of St Johns College, Cambridge (1547-1551?), Vice-Chancellor of the University of Cambridge (1548) and twice Master of ... He was born to John and Margaret Bill of Ashwell, Hertfordshire ... William was educated at St Johns College, Cambridge, gaining his BA in 1532 ...
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