Edmund Stubb was a priest and academic at the end of the 15th century and the beginning of the 16th.[1]

Stubb was born in Scottow. He was educated at Gonville Hall, graduating MA in 1478; and B.D. in 1501.[2] He was a Fellow of Gonville from 1480 to 1504; and its Master (and Rector of St Michael Coslany, Norwich) from 1504 until his death in 1514.