Croyland, William de

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Croyland, William de (fl. 1392–1427). English master-mason. He was responsible for most of the Perpendicular work at Croyland Abbey, Linc., including the existing north aisle, tower, and nave-screen. His other very considerable buildings there have all been destroyed, but he was clearly a competent designer.

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J. Harvey (1987)