Bray, John (DNB00)
|←Bray, Edward Atkyns||Dictionary of National Biography, 1885-1900, Volume 06
|1904 Errata appended.|
BRAY, JOHN (fl. 1377), physician and botanist, received a pension of 100s. a year from William, earl of Salisbury, which was confirmed by Richard II. He wrote a list of herbs in Latin, French, and English, 'Synonyma de nominibus herbarum.' This manuscript was formerly part of the collection of F. Bernard; it is now in the Sloane Collection in the British Museum.
[Tanner's Bibl. Brit. 122; Catal. Sloane MSS. 232, 32.]
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