Hothum, William De, Dd

Hothum, William De, D.D.

an Irish prelate, was born in England, but educated at Paris. In 1280 he became a Dominican friar and was twice provincial of that order in England. He was appointed to the see of Dublin, December 8, 1297; consecrated at Rome in 1298 by the pope, and died on his return, at Dijon, August 27 of the same year. See D'Alton, Memoirs of the Archbishops of Dublin, page 110.

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