Whitford (Whytford, or Whytforde), Richard

Whitford (Whytford, or Whytforde), Richard an English monk of the 16th century, was educated at Oxford; subsequently joined the Order of. St. Bridget in the monastery called Sion, near Brentford, Middlesex, and styled himself "The Wretche of Syon;" afterwards became domestic chaplain to William Mountjoy. He was the author of several works, among which we note, The Fruyte of Redempcyon (1514): — A Boke Called the Pype or Toune of the Life of Perfection (1532): — and Dyvers Instrucyons and Teachynges very Necessarye for the Helthe of Mannes Soule, etc. (1541).

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