Crispin, Milo

Crispin, Milo
Monk, and cantor of the Benedictine Abbey of Bec, wrote the lives of five of its abbots: Lanfranc, Archbishop of Canterbury, Gulielmus de Bellomonte, Boso, Theobaldus, and Letardus

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  • Milo Crispin — • Monk, and cantor of the Benedictine Abbey of Bec, wrote the lives of five of its abbots: Lanfranc, Archbishop of Canterbury, Gulielmus de Bellomonte, Boso, Theobaldus, and Letardus Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006. Milo Crispin …   Catholic encyclopedia

  • Milo Crispin — (d. 1149?) was cantor of the Benedictine Abbey of Bec. He wrote the lives of five of its abbots: Lanfranc, Archbishop of Canterbury, Gulielmus de Bellomonte, Boso, Theobaldus and Letardus. Biography and works His life of Lanfranc is printed in… …   Wikipedia

  • Crispin — This interesting and unusual surname is a variant of Crispin, from the Medieval English and Old French given name Crispin, a nickname for a man with curly hair (from the Old English crisp curly). Crispinus was the name of the parton saint of… …   Surnames reference

  • Gilbert Crispin — (1055? 1117) was a Christian author and Anglo Norman monk, appointed by Archbishop Lanfranc in 1085 to be the abbot, proctor and servant of Westminster Abbey, England. Gilbert became the third Norman Abbot of Westminster to be appointed after the …   Wikipedia

  • Miles Crispin — (died 1107), also known as Miles or Milo of Wallingford, was a wealthy Norman landowner, particularly associated with Wallingford Castle in Berkshire (now Oxfordshire). The Domesday Book records Miles as a major landowner with holdings in… …   Wikipedia

  • Bec Abbey — South side of the abbey, the church and the monks cells seen from Le Bec. Bec Abbey (French: Abbaye Notre Dame du Bec) in Le Bec Hellouin,[1] Normandy, France, once the most influential …   Wikipedia

  • Chrispin — This interesting and unusual surname is a variant of Crispin, from the Medieval English and Old French given name Crispin, a nickname for a man with curly hair (from the Old English crisp curly). Crispinus was the name of the parton saint of… …   Surnames reference

  • Crepin — This interesting and unusual surname is a variant of Crispin, from the Medieval English and Old French given name Crispin, a nickname for a man with curly hair (from the Old English crisp curly). Crispinus was the name of the parton saint of… …   Surnames reference

  • Cripin — This interesting and unusual surname is a variant of Crispin, from the Medieval English and Old French given name Crispin, a nickname for a man with curly hair (from the Old English crisp curly). Crispinus was the name of the parton saint of… …   Surnames reference

  • Crippen — This interesting and unusual surname is a variant of Crispin, from the Medieval English and Old French given name Crispin, a nickname for a man with curly hair (from the Old English crisp curly). Crispinus was the name of the parton saint of… …   Surnames reference

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