Ecleston, Thomas

Ecleston, Thomas a Franciscan of the 14th century, was born at Eclestone, Cheshire; was bred a Franciscan in Oxford, and died in 1340. He wrote a book on the succession of the Franciscans in England, with their work and wonders, from their first coming in to his own time, dedicating the same modestly to a fellow friar. Another work of his is, De Impugnatione Ordinis super Dominicanos. See Fuller, Worthies of England, 1:276.

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