Edmund Sheriffe was a priest and academic in the 15th century.[1]

Sheriffe was a prebendary of Lincoln Cathedral from 1458; Rector of Little Billing from 1467; Archdeacon of Stow from 1471[2] and Master of Gonville Hall, Cambridge from 1472, holding all four positions until his death on 29 September 1475.[3]


Academic offices Preceded byThomas Boleyn Master of Master of Gonville Hall 1472-1475 Succeeded byHenry Costessey