Gregory Dodds

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Gregory Dodds was Dean of Exeter between 1560 and 1570. [1] He had been prior of Cambridge Blackfriars at its dissolution. [2]


  1. Ursula Radford (1955). "An Introduction to the Deans of Exeter". Report & Transactions of the Devonshire Association 87: 1–24.
  2. British History Online — Friaries - Dominicans, Cambridge Victoria County History: A History of the County of Cambridge and the Isle of Ely: Volume 2 (pp.269-276)
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Preceded by
Thomas Reynolds
Dean of Exeter
Succeeded by
George Carew

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