Edmund Aulaby d.1559

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Edmund AULABY or ANLABY d.1559

Biographical Note

BA Clare College, Cambridge 1519, MA 1520, BD 1547, fellow there from 1549. Rector of Great Gransden, Huntingdonshire 1552-54; he also held other ecclesiastical livings.


Aulaby's probate inventory includes ca.35 books, valued at £1 16s 10d (from a total estate valued at £54 9s 10d). The books are mostly in Latin, with a predominance of theology alongside some philosophy, classics, and other topics. He directed that his books should be sold to pay his debts. The full inventory is edited as Leedham-Green no.106 (see full citation below).


  • Leedham-Green, E. S., Books in Cambridge inventories, Cambridge, 1986, no.106/p.244-5.
  • Venn, J. and J. A., Alumni Cantabrigienses, Cambridge, 1922.