Jocelin of Furniss

[or Joceline, Jocelyn]; author of later Tractatus de Purgatorio S. Patricii (‘A Latin Narrative of the Life and Miracles of St. Patrick’), written 1186 for John de Courcy and based on the Book of Armagh; emphasises miracles; and published in Thomas Massingham, Florilegum Insulae Sanctorum Hiberniae (Paris 1624), of which the original, along with David Rothe’s ‘Distinction of Purgatories’, is held in the British Library as MS Arundel 292. [See under St. Patrick.]