Goldwell, James, Lld
Goldwell, James, LL.D.
an English prelate of the 15th century, was born at Great Chart, Kent, educated in All-Souls' College, Oxford, promoted prebend of Herefor'd in 1461, dean of Salisbury in 1463, secretary to king Edward IV, and at last made bishop of Norwich in 1472. He repaired the church at Great Chart, and founded a chapel on its south side. He died February 15, 1498. See Fuller, Worthies of England (ed. Nuttall), 2:137.