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K. Henry. 8. Persecution in the dioces of Lincolne.

MarginaliaAnno. 1521.
Ex Regist. Io. Longland. Lincol.

Accusers.Parties accused.Crimes obiected.

Roberte
Pope
of West-
enred,
beyng be-
fore abiu-
red nowe
again put
to his oth
detected
these as
folow

Thomas Groue.
Thomas Holmes. 
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Thomas Holmes informed against so many people that even Foxe is reluctant to credit him as a martyr; yet it was not enough to save him. Why he was treated with such unusual severity is unclear.


Roberte Raue.
William Gudgame, and his wife.
Nashe the elder, and his wife.
W. Gray of Easthenred, Milner.
Edward Gray, and his wife, of
Easthenred.
Margery young, widow, of Easthenred.
Isabell Moer, sister to the said Mar-
gerye, of Easthenred.
Richard Nobys Fouler, and his
wife, of Easthenred.

Ric. Co
lyns of
Gynge, &
his wife.

This Colyns was among them a
great reader, and had a booke of
Wickleffes Wicket, and a booke
of Luke, and one of Paule, and a
Glose of the Apocalyps.
VVilliam Colyns his brother.

Tho. Co-
lyns the
father of
Richard
and William.

Hee had a booke of Paul and a
booke of small Epistles.

Iohn Colyns, of Betterton.
Rob. Lyuord, of Steuenton.
VVilliam Lyuord, of Steuenton.
Father Amershaw, of Steuenton.
Smarte, of Steuenton, Milner.
Thomas Halle, of Hungerford.
Iohn Eden, of Hungerford.
Iohn Ludlow, of Hungerford.
Thomas Newe, of Wantage thatcher.
Ioanne Taylor and her mo-
ther, of Bissam.
Humfrey Shomaker, of Newbery.
Iohn Semande, of Newbery,
Fyshmonger.
Robert Geydon, and his wife, of
Newbery, Weauer.

Iohn Ed-
mundes,
of Bur-
ford.

This Iohn Edmundes was char-
ged for hauing a booke named
William Thorpe. Also for rea-
dyng in an Englishe booke after a
mariage.

Roberte Burges, and his wife,
of Burford.
Iohn Colyns, of Burford.
Iohn Colyns, and his wife,
of Asthall.

Ihon
Clerke,
of Clau-
fielde.

This Clerke was heard say that
all the world was as well halowed
as the Churche or Churchyard.
And that it was as good to be bu
ryed in the field, as in the Church,
or Churchyard.

VVilliam Gunne, and his wife
of Wytney, Tanner.
Iohn Baker, of Wytney, Weauer.
Iohn Brabant the elder, of Stanlake.
Iohn Brabant the yonger, of Stanlake.
Iohn Kember, of Hennyburkes.
VValter Kember, his brother,
of Hennybarkes.
Iohn Rabettes, of Chawley.
Thomas VVidmore, of Hychenden.

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Accusers.Parties accused.Crimes obiected.

Iohn
Fyppe.
VVilliam
Fyppe.

For readyng a certeine treatise
vppon the Pater noster in Eng-
lishe, whiche this Iohn Fippe 
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A John Phipp appeared on the list of those in the Amersham area who abjured in 1511. It probably was not the same person, since Phipp was not executed for relapse in 1521, but it could well have been a close relative.

did
read to him, and to his father.

MarginaliaThe sonne detected the father.
¶ This foresayd Robert Pope moreouer detected Edwarde
Pope his owne father of litle Myssenden for hearyng the Gos-
spell of Matthew read vnto hym, and for communyng vpon the
same with this Robert Pope his sonne. He detected lykewise
Edward Pope his brother.

¶ Furthermore he detected hys owne wife, who had be-
fore abiured vnder B. Smith, to continue still in her opinions.

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Roberte
Pope
be-
fore abiu-
red, did
detecte
these here
folowyng

Thomas Clerke the elder, of Hychenden.
Laurence Herne, of Hychenden.

VV. Haly
day of
Easthen-
red.
MarginaliaFor the scripture in Englyshe.
This Halyday was detected, for
hauing in his custodie a booke of
the Actes of the Apostles in Eng
lishe, whiche the sayd Roberte
Pope brought vnto him, at the ta-
king of Roger Dodde.

VVilliam Squyre, and his brother,
of Schaw.
Thomas Steuenton, and Matilde
his daughter, of Cherney.

Thomas
Philipe,
pointer.
Laurēce
Tayler, of
London.
MarginaliaFor reading the Scripture in Englishe.
For that these twoo being in the
house of Rich. Colyns at Gynge,
there did read in an Englishe
booke, the Epistle of S. Paul to
the Rom. and Laurence did read
the firste Chapter of Saint Lukes
Gospell.

Andrew Maisey, of Burton.
The wife of Richard Colyns,
of Gynge.

Ioh. Har
rys, and
his wife.
Alyce Co
lyns, wife
of Rich.
Colyns.

These beyng together at Vpton
in Iohn Harrys house, did talke
of the Apocalyps, and of the A-
ctes of the Apostles, and ther-
fore were suspected and thus dete
cted. Ex Regist. Longl. fol. 71.
Item, because Iohn Harrys spake
agaynst pilgrimage, Jmages, and
was heard to talke of vij. leane, &
vij. fat Oxen.

Robert Colyns of Hertford Wallis,
Mason.

Thomas
Grey, of
Westhen-
dred.

For receauing certeine bookes of
this Robert Pope.

Marga-
rete
House,
wife of W.
House, of
Estginge.

For keping company and recea-
uyng the doctrine of Alyce Co-
lyns.

Iohn Nashe, of litle Missenden.
Henry Etkin, and his mother, of litle
Missenden.
Richard Dell, of Missenden.

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Rob. Co-
lyns
being
sworne
vpon the
Euange-
listes, dyd
detecte
these per-
sons.

Richard
Colyns,
of Gynge.
MarginaliaFor reading the Scripture in Englishe.
First, for that this Rich. Colyns
did read vnto the sayd Rob. Co-
lyns the ten Commaundementes:
and after taught him the Epi-
stles of Iames, and an other small
Epistle of Peter, and after that
tooke him the Gospell of S. Iohn
in English, and bad him read ther
in him selfe.
Also, for teaching him, not to
worship Images, nor to set vp can-

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