John of Hexham

Prior of Hexham Abbey

Description:

Prior John is a tall, lean middle-aged man. His tonsured hair is almost white, as is his neatly trimmed beard, and he wears simple robes of cream-colored wool. His only adornment is his silver ring of office, which bears a raised crucifix. He speaks with a gentle yet firm voice and leads the Abbey with quiet authority.

Bio:

As prior of Hexham Abbey, John was appointed by the Archbishop of York and is loyal to York rather than Durham. He is a learned man, deeply interested in the doctrines of the Church and the history of England and Scotland. He has been prior of Hexham for more than a decade, and is secure in his position.

John of Hexham

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