Colyngham, Thomas (DNB00)
|←Colyear, David||Dictionary of National Biography, 1885-1900, Volume 11
|The ODNB comments that the sources for his existence are not verifiable.|
COLYNGHAM, THOMAS (fl. 1387), Cistercian monk, attended the university of Paris, where he proceeded to the degree of doctor, presumably in theology. He was the author of a treatise 'De Eucharistia,' which is stated to have been published at Paris by John Cheyneus in 1592, from a manuscript in the library of the monastery of St. Victor, but of the printed work no copy is known to exist.
[Dempster's Historia Ecclesiastica Gentis Scotorum, iii. 326, p. 185; Tanner's Bibl. Brit, p. 193.]