Gilbert of Holland
Gilbert Of Holland flourished A.D. 1200, a scholar and divine, took his name from a district in Lincolnshire. He was invited by St. Bernard to live with him at Clairvaux, became his scholar, continued Bernard's sermons, writing forty-six in a style scarcely discernible from Bernard's. Abbot Trithemius, the German, speaks of Gilbert as a learned and eloquent author. See Fuller, Worthies of England (ed. Nuttall), 2:286.