Adam of Barking

Adam Of Barking Cistercian monk and a doctor of Oxford, who lived in the beginning of the 13th century, wrote Commentaries on the Old and New Testaments.- Landon, Eccles. Diet. s.v.

Adam, a Scottish bishop, was promoted to the see OF BRECHIN in 1328, and was employed in several embassies to England towards the facilitating of king David's redemption, who had been taken prisoner at the unfortunate battle of Durham in 1346. He probably died in the beginning of the year 1351. See Keith, Scottish Bishops, p. 161.

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