John of Lynn (Lenna), official of Glasgow (fl.1260-67)
Watt and Murray, Fasti, 244: John was appointed official of Glasgow when Bishop Cheam went overseas in 1267 and presumably the office lapsed with Bishop John's death between 22 June and 13 October 1268.
Watt, Graduates, 338-39: John may have taken his surname from King's Lynn (Norfolk) and thus could have been an Englishman brought to Scotland by John of Cheam when he became bishop of Glasgow. He occurs as a master in a Glasgow context, and as clerk of Bishop John. He occurs in January 1264 and in August 1267. After Bishop John went overseas in 1267, John de Lenna was left as official of Glasgow.