Clayton, Richard

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Clayton, Richard

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1554 (?)-1612

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Richard Clayton was admitted as a pensioner in 1572, but move to Oxford where he proceeded B.A. and was incorporated in that degree at Cambridge in 1576. In 1577, he was admitted to the fellowship of St John's on the Lady Margaret's foundation. He commenced M.A. at Cambridge in 1579, and was incorporated in that degree at Oxford in 1580. He received his B.D. at Cambridge in 1587 and was elected college preacher the same year. He received his D.D.in 1592.
He was made Master of Magdalene College, Cambridge in 1593 and was installed Archdeacon of Lincoln in 1595. He was admitted as Master of SJC on 22 December 1595 in a highly politicised election manipulated by Lord Burghley.
Clayton was responsible for the building of Second Court.
He died 2 May 1612 and is buried in the College Chapel.

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Oxford, Cambridge, Lincoln and Peterborough

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Master of Magdalene College, Cambridge
Archdeacon of Lincoln
Master of St John's College, Cambridge
Vice-Chanceloor of the University of Cambridge
Dean of Peterborough

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