Blesen (or Blesenis), Peter
Blesen (Or Blesenis), Peter (called also Peter of Blois), an English clergyman of the 12th century, was prebendary of Hoxton, archdeacon of Bath in 1175, archdeacon of London, and also of Canterbury. He was a native of Blois, and a favorite with Henry II of England. He died about 1200. His works were published at Paris in 1519. See Le Neve, Fasti; Allibone, Dict. of Brit. and Amer. Authors, s.v.