Dictionary of National Biography, 1885-1900/Beverley, Philip
BEVERLEY or INGLEBERD, PHILIP (fl. 1290), Oxford benefactor, rector of Kayingham, in the East Riding of Yorkshire, is said to have been 'the most subtle Aristotelian in Oxford.' Having probably been a member of the society founded by William of Durham, now University College, he endowed it with certain lands in 1290, and again in 1319 he further granted to it other lands in Holderness and elsewhere for the maintenance of two fellows belonging to Beverley, Holderness, or places in the neighborhood.
[Wood's History and Antiquities of Oxford (Gutch), 42. 43, 227, 228.]