Stephen Gardiner
Stephen Gardiner (c. 1483 – 12 November 1555) was an English bishop and politician during the English Reformation period who served as Lord Chancellor during the reign of Queen Mary I of England.
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Samuel Ward (scholar)
Samuel Ward (1572–1643) was an English academic and a master at the University of Cambridge. He served as one of the delegates from the Church of England to the Synod of Dort.
He was born at Bisho...
William of Wrotham
William of Wrotham or William de Wrotham (died c. 1217) was a medieval English royal administrator and clergyman. Although a late 13th-century source says that William held a royal office under King H...
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List of Archdeacons of Taunton
The Archdeacon of Taunton has been, since the twelfth century, the senior ecclesiastical officer in charge of the archdeaconry of Taunton in the Diocese of Bath and Wells (in the Church of England).
Robert Sherborne
Robert Sherborne (born c. 1453 Rolleston-on-Dove, died 1536) was bishop of Chichester from 1508 to 1536.Sherborne was Archdeacon of Huntingdon (1494–1496), Archdeacon of Buckingham and of Taunton (14...
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Robert Stillington
Robert Stillington (1420 – May 1491) was Bishop of Bath and Wells (1465–1491) and a courtier under Edward IV of England. He twice served as Edward's Lord Chancellor and in 1483, he was instrument...
Adam Moleyns
Adam Moleyns (or Adam Molyens, Adam Molens, Adam Molins, Adam Molyneaux, Adam Molyneux, Adam de Moleyns; died 9 January 1450) was an English bishop, lawyer, royal administrator and diplomat. During th...
John White (bishop)
John White (1510–1560) was an English bishop, a Roman Catholic who was promoted in the reign of Mary Tudor.
He was born in Farnham, Hampshire and educated at Winchester College and New College, O...
George Anthony Denison
George Anthony Denison (11 December 1805 - 21 March 1896) was a Church of England priest.
Brother of politicians John Evelyn Denison, 1st Viscount Ossington and Sir William Thomas Denison, he was ...
John Dakyn
John Dakyn (1497 - November 9, 1558) was an English cleric and historian. He was archdeacon of the East Riding of Yorkshire and a noted chronicler of the Pilgrimage of Grace.In his early life Dakyn ...
Chelsea College (17th century)
Chelsea College was a polemical college founded in London in 1609. This establishment was intended to centralize controversial writing against Catholicism, and was the idea of Matthew Sutcliffe, Dean ...
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Matthew Sutcliffe
Matthew Sutcliffe (1550? – 1629) was an English clergyman, academic and lawyer. He became Dean of Exeter, and wrote extensively on religious matters as a controversialist. He served as chaplain...
George Heneage (priest)
George Heneage (1482/3–1549) was an English churchman who became Dean of Lincoln.
He was the second son of John Heneage of Hainton, near Wragby, Lincolnshire, and uncle to Thomas Heneage. He gradu...
Richard Frith
Richard Michael Cockayne Frith (born 8 April 1949) is the current Bishop of Hereford and a former Bishop of Hull
Frith was born into a clerical family on 8 April 1949. He was educated at Marlboro...
William Worsley (priest)
William Worsley (1435?−1499), was a dean of St. Paul's cathedral.He is assumed to have been educated at Cambridge, as he is not mentioned in Wood; he is described as ‘sanctæ theologiæ’ ‘professor,’ bu...
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