William of St Albans
William Of St. Alban's, flourished about 1170, and is known chiefly for a Latin prose life of St. Alban, said to be a translation from an English life of that saint. The work has never been printed, but a copy of the MS. is in the Cottonian Library, and another in the library of Magdalen College, Oxford. See Wright, Biog. Brit. Lit. (Anglo-Norman Period), p. 213.