Jocelin de Brakelonda

Jocelin de Brakelonda, an old 12th-century St. Edmundsbury monk, who left behind him a “Chronical” of the Abbey from 1173 to 1202, and which, published in 1840 by the Camden Society, gave occasion to the “Past and Present” of Thomas Carlyle; he had been chaplain to the Abbot Samson, the hero of his book, living beside him night and day for the space of six years, “an ingenious and ingenuous, a cheery-hearted, innocent, yet withal shrewd, noticing, quick-witted man”; d. 1211.

Definition taken from The Nuttall Encyclopædia, edited by the Reverend James Wood (1907)

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