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Alexander Frere

of S Martin's at the Well with two buckets; one of 11 presented in 1541 for condemning church ceremonies [Fines]

Alexander Frere was one of those charged in London in the inquisition following the setting up of the commission to enforce the Six Articles. 1570, p. 1377; 1576, p. 1175; 1583, p. 1203.

 
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Andrew Kempe

of St Alban's parish; charged in 1541 with disturbing a service by reading the New Testament [Fines]

Andrew Kempe was one of those charged in London in the inquisition following the setting up of the commission to enforce the Six Articles. 1570, p. 1376; 1576, p. 1174; 1583, p. 1203.

 
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Anne Bedike

of St Alban's parish; charged in 1541 with despising Our Lady and not praying to saints [Fines]

Anne Bedike was one of those charged in London in the inquisition following the setting up of the commission to enforce the Six Articles. 1570, p. 1376; 1576, p. 1174; 1583, p. 1203.

 
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Anthony Barber

of St Giles without Cripplegate; charged in 1541 for allowing his boy to sing against the sacrament [Fines]

Anthony Barber was one of those charged in London in the inquisition following the setting up of the commission to enforce the Six Articles. 1570, p. 1377; 1576, p. 1175; 1583, p. 1203.

 
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Arnold Chest

of St Giles without Cripplegate; charged with 7 others in 1541 for insulting the sacraments and ceremonies of the church [Fines]

Arnold Chest was one of those charged in London in the inquisition following the setting up of the commission to enforce the Six Articles. 1570, p. 1377; 1576, p. 1175; 1583, p. 1203.

 
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Christopher Cootes

of S Martin's at the Well with two buckets; one of 11 presented in 1541 for condemning church ceremonies [Fines]

Christopher Cootes was one of those charged in London in the inquisition following the setting up of the commission to enforce the Six Articles. 1570, p. 1377; 1576, p. 1175; 1583, p. 1203.

 
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Christopher Smith

of St Magnus's parish; charged with 10 others in 1541 for supporting preachers of the new learning [Fines]

Christopher Smith was one of those charged in London in the inquisition following the setting up of the commission to enforce the Six Articles. 1570, p. 1377; 1576, p. 1175; 1583, p. 1203.

 
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Cicely Marshall

of St Alban's parish; charged in 1541 for despising holy bread and holy water

Cicely Marshall was one of those charged in London in the inquisition following the setting up of the commission to enforce the Six Articles. 1570, p. 1376; 1576, p. 1174; 1583, p. 1203.

 
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Edward Whitchurch

(d. 1562) [ODNB]

Printer and bookseller of London; published with Richard Grafton the Matthew Bible in 1537 and the Great Bible in 1539

Edmund Bonner showed great friendship to Richard Grafton, Edward Whitchurch and Miles Coverdale. 1570, p. 1362; 1576, p. 1163; 1583, p. 1191.

Grafton and Whitchurch printed both the 'Matthew' Bible and the Great Bible. 1570, p. 1363; 1576, p. 1163; 1583, p. 1191.

Whitchurch was one of those charged in London in the inquisition following the setting up of the commission to enforce the Six Articles. 1570, p. 1377; 1576, p. 1175; 1583, p. 1203.

 
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Elizabeth Statham

of St Mary Magdalene in Milk street parish; charged in 1541 for keeping Latimer and others in her house (nursed Latimer when ill in 1537) [Fines]

Elizabeth Statham was one of those charged in London in the inquisition following the setting up of the commission to enforce the Six Articles. 1570, p. 1377; 1576, p. 1175; 1583, p. 1203.

 
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George Durant

of S Martin's at the Well with two buckets; one of 11 presented in 1541 for condemning church ceremonies [Fines]

George Durant was one of those charged in London in the inquisition following the setting up of the commission to enforce the Six Articles. 1570, p. 1377; 1576, p. 1175; 1583, p. 1203.

 
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Giles Hosteman

of S Botolph's, Billingsgate; one of 9 presented in 1541 for not being confessed in Lent or receiving at Easter

Giles Hosteman was one of those charged in London in the inquisition following the setting up of the commission to enforce the Six Articles. 1570, p. 1376; 1576, p. 1174; 1583, p. 1203.

 
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Henry Patinson

Barber surgeon of St Giles without Cripplegate; charged in 1541 for refusing confession and mocking the sacrament [Fines]

Henry Patinson was one of those charged in London in the inquisition following the setting up of the commission to enforce the Six Articles. 1570, p. 1377; 1576, p. 1175; 1583, p. 1203.

 
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Herman Johnson

of S Botolph's, Billingsgate; one of 9 presented in 1541 for not being confessed in Lent or receiving at Easter

Herman Johnson was one of those charged in London in the inquisition following the setting up of the commission to enforce the Six Articles. 1570, p. 1376; 1576, p. 1174; 1583, p. 1203.

 
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Humphrey Skinner

of S Botolph's, Billingsgate; one of 9 presented in 1541 for not being confessed in Lent or receiving at Easter

Humphrey Skinner was one of those charged in London in the inquisition following the setting up of the commission to enforce the Six Articles. 1570, p. 1376; 1576, p. 1174; 1583, p. 1203.

 
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James Banaster

of St Magnus's parish; charged with 10 others in 1541 for supporting preachers of the new learning [Fines]

James Banaster was one of those charged in London in the inquisition following the setting up of the commission to enforce the Six Articles. 1570, p. 1377; 1576, p. 1175; 1583, p. 1203.

 
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Jerome Akon

of S Botolph's, Billingsgate; one of 9 presented in 1541 for not being confessed in Lent or receiving at Easter

Jerome Akon was one of those charged in London in the inquisition following the setting up of the commission to enforce the Six Articles. 1570, p. 1376; 1576, p. 1174; 1583, p. 1203.

 
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John Browne

of St Alban's parish; charged in 1541 with bearing with Barnes [Fines]

John Browne was one of those charged in London in the inquisition following the setting up of the commission to enforce the Six Articles. 1570, p. 1376; 1576, p. 1174; 1583, p. 1203.

 
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John Bushe

of St Martin's at the Well with two buckets; one of 11 presented in 1541 for condemning church ceremonies [Fines]

John Bushe was one of those charged in London in the inquisition following the setting up of the commission to enforce the Six Articles. 1570, p. 1377; 1576, p. 1175; 1583, p. 1203.

 
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John Celos

of S Botolph's, Billingsgate; one of 9 presented in 1541 for not being confessed in Lent or receiving at Easter

John Celos was one of those charged in London in the inquisition following the setting up of the commission to enforce the Six Articles. 1570, p. 1376; 1576, p. 1174; 1583, p. 1203.

 
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John Cooke

of St Giles without Cripplegate; charged with his wife and another couple in 1541 for insulting the mass [Fines]

John Cooke was one of those charged in London in the inquisition following the setting up of the commission to enforce the Six Articles. 1570, p. 1377; 1576, p. 1175; 1583, p. 1203.

 
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John Duffet

of St Owen's parish in Newgate Street; charged in 1541 for marrying a woman thought to be a nun [Fines]

John Duffet was one of those charged in London in the inquisition following the setting up of the commission to enforce the Six Articles. 1570, p. 1377; 1576, p. 1175; 1583, p. 1203.

 
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John Greene

of St Giles without Cripplegate; charged with his wife and 6 others in 1541 for insulting the sacraments and ceremonies [Fines]

John Greene was one of those charged in London in the inquisition following the setting up of the commission to enforce the Six Articles. 1570, p. 1377; 1576, p. 1175; 1583, p. 1203.

 
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John Grene

of St Martin's at the Well with 2 buckets; one of 11 presented in 1541 for condemning church ceremonies

John Grene was one of those charged in London in the inquisition following the setting up of the commission to enforce the Six Articles. 1570, p. 1376; 1576, p. 1174; 1583, p. 1203.

 
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John Humphrey

of St Giles without Cripplegate; charged in 1541 for speaking against the sacraments and ceremonies of the church [Fines]

John Humphrey was one of those charged in London in the inquisition following the setting up of the commission to enforce the Six Articles. 1570, p. 1377; 1576, p. 1175; 1583, p. 1203.

 
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John Jones

of St Nicholas Shambles; one of 4 presented in 1541 for nonattendance on holy days

John Jones was one of those charged in London in the inquisition following the setting up of the commission to enforce the Six Articles. 1570, p. 1376; 1576, p. 1174; 1583, p. 1203.

 
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John Mailer (Mayler)

Grocer and printer of St Botolph without Aldersgate; charged in 1541; printed heretical works; imprisoned in 1543 [Fines]

John Mailer was one of those charged in London in the inquisition following the setting up of the commission to enforce the Six Articles. 1570, pp. 1377, 1378; 1576, pp. 1175, 1176; 1583, pp. 1203, 1204.

 
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John Miles

of St Giles without Cripplegate; he and his wife were charged with 6 others in 1541 for insulting the sacraments and ceremonies of the church [Fines]

John Miles was one of those charged in London in the inquisition following the setting up of the commission to enforce the Six Articles. 1570, p. 1377; 1576, p. 1175; 1583, p. 1203.

 
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John Millen

of St Giles without Cripplegate; charged with 7 others in 1541 for insulting the sacraments and ceremonies of the church [Fines]

John Millen was one of those charged in London in the inquisition following the setting up of the commission to enforce the Six Articles. 1570, p. 1377; 1576, p. 1175; 1583, p. 1203.

 
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John Robinson

of St Giles without Cripplegate; charged with 7 others in 1541 for insulting the sacraments and ceremonies of the church [Fines]

John Robinson was one of those charged in London in the inquisition following the setting up of the commission to enforce the Six Articles. 1570, p. 1377; 1576, p. 1175; 1583, p. 1203.

 
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John Smith

Apprentice of St Mildred's Breadstreet parish; charged in 1541 with saying that he would rather hear dogs than priests [Fines]

John Smith was one of those charged in London in the inquisition following the setting up of the commission to enforce the Six Articles. 1570, p. 1377; 1576, p. 1175; 1583, p. 1203.

 
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John Sneudnam

of S Botolph's, Billingsgate; one of 9 presented in 1541 for not being confessed in Lent or receiving at Easter

John Sneudnam was one of those charged in London in the inquisition following the setting up of the commission to enforce the Six Articles. 1570, p. 1376; 1576, p. 1174; 1583, p. 1203.

 
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John Sterky

of St Magnus's parish; charged with 10 others in 1541 for supporting preachers of the new learning [Fines]

John Sterky was one of those charged in London in the inquisition following the setting up of the commission to enforce the Six Articles. 1570, p. 1377; 1576, p. 1175; 1583, p. 1203.

 
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John Sturgeon

of St Magnus's parish; charged with 10 others in 1541 for supporting preachers of the new learning [Fines]

John Sturgeon was one of those charged in London in the inquisition following the setting up of the commission to enforce the Six Articles. 1570, p. 1377; 1576, p. 1175; 1583, p. 1203.

 
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John Williamson

of St Michael's in Wood Street; one of 6 charged in 1541 as sacramentaries [Fines]

John Williamson was one of those charged in London in the inquisition following the setting up of the commission to enforce the Six Articles. 1570, p. 1377; 1576, p. 1175; 1583, p. 1203.

 
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John Wilshire

of St Magnus's parish; charged with 10 others in 1541 for supporting preachers of the new learning [Fines]

John Wilshire was one of those charged in London in the inquisition following the setting up of the commission to enforce the Six Articles. 1570, p. 1377; 1576, p. 1175; 1583, p. 1203.

 
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Master David

of S Martin's at the Well with two buckets; his apprentice was one of 11 presented in 1541 for condemning church ceremonies [Fines]

Master David's apprentice was one of those charged in London in the inquisition following the setting up of the commission to enforce the Six Articles. 1570, p. 1377; 1576, p. 1175; 1583, p. 1203.

 
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Michael Hawkes

of St Alban's parish; charged in 1541 for nonattendance and receiving men of new learning [Fines]

Michael Hawkes was one of those charged in London in the inquisition following the setting up of the commission to enforce the Six Articles. 1570, p. 1376; 1576, p. 1174; 1583, p. 1203.

 
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Mother Palmer

of St Martin's at the Well with two buckets; one of 11 presented in 1541 for condemning church ceremonies [Fines]

Mother Palmer was one of those charged in London in the inquisition following the setting up of the commission to enforce the Six Articles. 1570, p. 1377; 1576, p. 1175; 1583, p. 1203.

 
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Mrs Beckes

of St Mildred's Breadstreet parish; wife of William; charged with her husband in 1541 as a sacramentary [Fines]

Mrs Beckes was one of those charged in London in the inquisition following the setting up of the commission to enforce the Six Articles. 1570, p. 1376; 1576, p. 1175; 1583, p. 1203.

 
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Mrs Brisley

of St Nicholas Shambles; presented in 1541 for nonattendance, reasoning in the new learning [Fines]

Mrs Brisley was one of those charged in London in the inquisition following the setting up of the commission to enforce the Six Articles. 1570, p. 1376; 1576, p. 1174; 1583, p. 1203.

 
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Mrs Castle

of St Andrew's Holborne; presented in 1541 for reading scripture in church and meddling [Fines]

Mrs Castle was one of those charged in London in the inquisition following the setting up of the commission to enforce the Six Articles. 1570, p. 1376; 1576, p. 1175; 1583, p. 1203.

 
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Mrs Clervis

of St Magnus's parish; wife of Ralph; charged with 10 others in 1541 for supporting preachers of the new learning [Fines]

Mrs Clervis was one of those charged in London in the inquisition following the setting up of the commission to enforce the Six Articles. 1570, p. 1377; 1576, p. 1175; 1583, p. 1203.

 
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Mrs Cooke

of St Giles without Cripplegate; charged with her husband and another couple in 1541 for insulting the mass [Fines]

Mrs Cooke was one of those charged in London in the inquisition following the setting up of the commission to enforce the Six Articles. 1570, p. 1377; 1576, p. 1175; 1583, p. 1203.

 
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Mrs Greene

of St Giles without Cripplegate; charged with her husband and 6 others in 1541 for insulting the sacraments and ceremonies of the church [Fines]

Mrs Greene was one of those charged in London in the inquisition following the setting up of the commission to enforce the Six Articles. 1570, p. 1377; 1576, p. 1175; 1583, p. 1203.

 
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Mrs Miles

of St Giles without Cripplegate; she and her husband were charged with 6 others in 1541 for insulting the sacraments and ceremonies of the church [Fines]

Mrs Miles was one of those charged in London in the inquisition following the setting up of the commission to enforce the Six Articles. 1570, p. 1377; 1576, p. 1175; 1583, p. 1203.

 
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Mrs Smith

of St Giles without Cripplegate; charged with her husband in 1541 for nonattendance [Fines]

Mrs Smith was one of those charged in London in the inquisition following the setting up of the commission to enforce the Six Articles. 1570, p. 1377; 1576, p. 1175; 1583, p. 1203.

 
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Nicholas Barker

of St Magnus's parish; charged with 10 others in 1541 for supporting preachers of the new learning [Fines]

Nicholas Barker was one of those charged in London in the inquisition following the setting up of the commission to enforce the Six Articles. 1570, p. 1377; 1576, p. 1175; 1583, p. 1203.

 
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Nicholas Philip

of St Magnus's parish; charged in 1541 for neither fasting nor praying; maintained heresies and scripture books [Fines]

Nicholas Philip was one of those charged in London in the inquisition following the setting up of the commission to enforce the Six Articles. 1570, p. 1377; 1576, p. 1175; 1583, p. 1203.

 
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Peter Butcher

of St Nicholas Shambles; one of 4 presented in 1541 for nonattendance on holy days

Peter Butcher was one of those charged in London in the inquisition following the setting up of the commission to enforce the Six Articles. 1570, p. 1376; 1576, p. 1174; 1583, p. 1203.

 
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Ralph Clervis

of St Magnus's parish; charged with 10 others in 1541 for supporting preachers of the new learning [Fines]

Ralph Clervis was one of those charged in London in the inquisition following the setting up of the commission to enforce the Six Articles. 1570, p. 1377; 1576, p. 1175; 1583, p. 1203.

 
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Ralph Symonds

of St Mildred's Breadstreet parish; charged in 1541 for not keeping Ladyday

Ralph Symonds was one of those charged in London in the inquisition following the setting up of the commission to enforce the Six Articles. 1570, p. 1377; 1576, p. 1175; 1583, p. 1203.

 
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Richard Beckes

of St Mildred's Breadstreet parish; one of 4 charged in 1541 for interrupting divine service [Fines]

Richard Beckes was one of those charged in London in the inquisition following the setting up of the commission to enforce the Six Articles. 1570, p. 1376; 1576, p. 1175; 1583, p. 1203.

 
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Richard Bilby

Draper of St Botolph's Billingsgate; charged in 1541 for saying that Christ was not in the sacrament [Fines]

Richard Bilby was one of those charged in London in the inquisition following the setting up of the commission to enforce the Six Articles. 1570, p. 1377; 1576, p. 1175; 1583, p. 1203.

 
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Richard Bonfield

of S Botolph's, Billingsgate; one of 9 presented in 1541 for not being confessed in Lent or receiving at Easter

Richard Bonfield was one of those charged in London in the inquisition following the setting up of the commission to enforce the Six Articles. 1570, p. 1376; 1576, p. 1174; 1583, p. 1203.

 
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Richard Bygges

of St Magnus's parish; charged in 1541 for feeding a bitch holy bread and not looking up at the elevation

Richard Bygges was one of those charged in London in the inquisition following the setting up of the commission to enforce the Six Articles. 1570, p. 1377; 1576, p. 1175; 1583, p. 1203.

 
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Richard Gallis (Galias)

Law student of Bernard's Inn, Holborne; Eton and King's (BA 1537); withstood a curate in 1541; later landlord of the Garter in Windsor; mayor, JP [Fines]

Richard Gallis was one of those charged in London in the inquisition following the setting up of the commission to enforce the Six Articles. 1570, p. 1376; 1576, p. 1175; 1583, p. 1203.

 
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Richard Grafton

(c. 1511 - 1573) [ODNB]

London publisher and printer; historian

With Edward Whitchurch printed the Great Bible 1539; Grafton and Whitchurch held the sole right to publish church service books 1543; imprisoned 1541 and 1543; printer to Prince Edward 1545; king's printer (1547 - 53); MP London (1553 - 54, 1557; MP Coventry 1563

Richard Grafton was printing English bibles in London when Bonner became bishop there. Bonner was friendly towards him. 1570, p. 1362; 1576, p. 1162; 1583, p. 1191.

Grafton and Whitchurch printed both the 'Matthew' Bible and the Great Bible. After Cromwell's death, the king was persuaded against the Great Bible, and Grafton was imprisoned in the Fleet. 1570, p. 1363; 1576, p. 1163; 1583, p. 1191.

Richard Grafton was one of those charged in London in the inquisition following the setting up of the commission to enforce the Six Articles. 1570, p. 1377; 1576, p. 1175; 1583, p. 1203.

 
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Richard Manerd

of St Alban's parish; charged in 1541 with disturbing a service by reading the New Testament [Fines]

Richard Manerd was one of those charged in London in the inquisition following the setting up of the commission to enforce the Six Articles. 1570, p. 1376; 1576, p. 1174; 1583, p. 1203.

 
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Richard Millar

of St Giles without Cripplegate; charged with 7 others in 1541 for insulting the sacraments and ceremonies of the church [Fines]

Richard Millar was one of those charged in London in the inquisition following the setting up of the commission to enforce the Six Articles. 1570, p. 1377; 1576, p. 1175; 1583, p. 1203.

 
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Richard Pates

Law student of Thavies Inn; charged in 1541 with Gallis for vexing a curate; later prominent lawyer in Wales [Fines]

Richard Pates was one of those charged in London in the inquisition following the setting up of the commission to enforce the Six Articles. 1570, p. 1376; 1576, p. 1175; 1583, p. 1203.

 
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Richard Philips

of S Botolph's, Billingsgate; one of 9 presented in 1541 for not being confessed in Lent or receiving at Easter

Richard Philips was one of those charged in London in the inquisition following the setting up of the commission to enforce the Six Articles. 1570, p. 1376; 1576, p. 1174; 1583, p. 1203.

 
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Robert Andrew

of St Martin's in Wood Street, London; presented in 1541 for receiving heretics in his house and holding disputations of heresy there [Fines]

Robert Andrew was one of those charged in London in the inquisition following the setting up of the commission to enforce the Six Articles. 1570, p. 1377; 1576, p. 1175; 1583, p. 1203.

 
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Robert Daniel

of St Michael's in Wood Street; one of 6 charged in 1541 as sacramentaries [Fines]

Robert Daniel was one of those charged in London in the inquisition following the setting up of the commission to enforce the Six Articles. 1570, p. 1377; 1576, p. 1175; 1583, p. 1203.

 
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Robert Norman

of St Giles without Cripplegate; charged in 1541 for not coming to confession [Fines]

Robert Norman was one of those charged in London in the inquisition following the setting up of the commission to enforce the Six Articles. 1570, p. 1377; 1576, p. 1175; 1583, p. 1203.

 
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Robert Smitton

of St Michael's in Wood Street; one of 6 charged in 1541 as sacramentaries [Fines]

Robert Smitton was one of those charged in London in the inquisition following the setting up of the commission to enforce the Six Articles. 1570, p. 1377; 1576, p. 1175; 1583, p. 1203.

 
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Roger Butcher

of St Nicholas Shambles; one of 4 presented in 1541 for nonattendance on holy days

Roger Butcher was one of those charged in London in the inquisition following the setting up of the commission to enforce the Six Articles. 1570, p. 1376; 1576, p. 1174; 1583, p. 1203.

 
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Roger Davy

of Trinity the less parish, London; charged in 1541 with speaking against the worshipping of saints [Fines]

Roger Davy was one of those charged in London in the inquisition following the setting up of the commission to enforce the Six Articles. 1570, p. 1376; 1576, p. 1174; 1583, p. 1203.

 
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Sir George Blage

(c. 1512 - 1551) [Fines]

Grocer in Trinity the less parish, London; courtier; charged in 1541 with numerous offences; pardoned by Henry VIII

George Blage was one of those charged in London in the inquisition following the setting up of the commission to enforce the Six Articles. 1570, p. 1376; 1576, p. 1174; 1583, p. 1203.

The Sunday before Anne Askew was executed, Thomas Wriothesley had George Blage sent to Newgate and then to the Guild Hall, where he was condemned to be burnt. 1570, p. 1427; 1576, p. 1216; 1583, p. 1245.

John Russell made suit to the king on Blage's behalf, and he was pardoned. 1570, p. 1427; 1576, p. 1216; 1583, p. 1246.

George Blage was a deponent in the case of Stephen Gardiner. 1563, p. 812

 
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Thomas Bele

of St Magnus's parish; charged with 10 others in 1541 for supporting preachers of the new learning [Fines]

Thomas Bele was one of those charged in London in the inquisition following the setting up of the commission to enforce the Six Articles. 1570, p. 1377; 1576, p. 1175; 1583, p. 1203.

 
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Thomas Buge

of St Michael's in Wood Street; one of 6 charged in 1541 as sacramentaries [Fines]

Thomas Buge was one of those charged in London in the inquisition following the setting up of the commission to enforce the Six Articles. 1570, p. 1377; 1576, p. 1175; 1583, p. 1203.

 
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Thomas Cooper

of S Botolph's, Billingsgate; one of 9 presented in 1541 for not being confessed in Lent or receiving at Easter

Thomas Cooper was one of those charged in London in the inquisition following the setting up of the commission to enforce the Six Articles. 1570, p. 1376; 1576, p. 1174; 1583, p. 1203.

 
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Thomas Gilbert

of St Michael's in Wood Street; one of 6 charged in 1541 as sacramentaries [Fines]

Thomas Gilbert was one of those charged in London in the inquisition following the setting up of the commission to enforce the Six Articles. 1570, p. 1377; 1576, p. 1175; 1583, p. 1203.

 
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Thomas Langham

of St Mildred's Breadstreet parish; one of 4 charged in 1541 for interrupting divine service [Fines]

Thomas Langham was one of those charged in London in the inquisition following the setting up of the commission to enforce the Six Articles. 1570, p. 1376; 1576, p. 1175; 1583, p. 1203.

 
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Thomas Net

of St Magnus's parish; charged with 10 others in 1541 for supporting preachers of the new learning [Fines]

Thomas Net was one of those charged in London in the inquisition following the setting up of the commission to enforce the Six Articles. 1570, p. 1377; 1576, p. 1175; 1583, p. 1203.

 
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Thomas Symon

of St Magnus's parish; charged with 10 others in 1541 for supporting preachers of the new learning [Fines]

Thomas Symon was one of those charged in London in the inquisition following the setting up of the commission to enforce the Six Articles. 1570, p. 1377; 1576, p. 1175; 1583, p. 1203.

 
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W. Gate or Cote

of St Giles without Cripplegate; charged with 3 others in 1541 for insulting the mass [Fines]

Gate was one of those charged in London in the inquisition following the setting up of the commission to enforce the Six Articles. 1570, p. 1377; 1576, p. 1175; 1583, p. 1203.

 
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W. Hickson

of St Michael's in Wood Street; one of 6 charged in 1541 as sacramentaries [Fines]

Hickson was one of those charged in London in the inquisition following the setting up of the commission to enforce the Six Articles. 1570, p. 1377; 1576, p. 1175; 1583, p. 1203.

 
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W. Somerton

of S Martin's at the Well with two buckets; one of 11 presented in 1541 for condemning church ceremonies [Fines]

Somerton was one of those charged in London in the inquisition following the setting up of the commission to enforce the Six Articles. 1570, p. 1377; 1576, p. 1175; 1583, p. 1203.

 
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William Aston

of St Giles without Cripplegate; charged with 3 others in 1541 for insulting the mass [Fines]

William Aston was one of those charged in London in the inquisition following the setting up of the commission to enforce the Six Articles. 1570, p. 1377; 1576, p. 1175; 1583, p. 1203.

 
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William Beckes

of St Mildred's Breadstreet parish; one of 4 charged in 1541 for interrupting divine service [Fines]

William Beckes was one of those charged in London in the inquisition following the setting up of the commission to enforce the Six Articles. 1570, p. 1376; 1576, p. 1175; 1583, p. 1203.

 
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William Beckes

of St Mildred's Breadstreet parish; charged with his wife in 1541 as a sacramentary [Fines]

William Beckes was one of those charged in London in the inquisition following the setting up of the commission to enforce the Six Articles. 1570, p. 1376; 1576, p. 1175; 1583, p. 1203.

 
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William Bredy

of St Martin's at the Well with two buckets; one of 11 presented in 1541 for condemning church ceremonies [Fines]

William Bredy was one of those charged in London in the inquisition following the setting up of the commission to enforce the Six Articles. 1570, p. 1377; 1576, p. 1175; 1583, p. 1203.

 
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William Clinch

of St John the Baptist, Walbrook; charged in 1541 with numerous offences [Fines]

William Clinch was one of those charged in London in the inquisition following the setting up of the commission to enforce the Six Articles. 1570, p. 1376; 1576, p. 1174; 1583, p. 1203.

 
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William Hilliard

of St Owen's parish in Newgate Street; charged in 1541 with Duffet for maintaining Barnes, Jerome and Garrard [Fines]

William Hilliard was one of those charged in London in the inquisition following the setting up of the commission to enforce the Six Articles. 1570, p. 1377; 1576, p. 1175; 1583, p. 1203.

 
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William Pahen

of St Alban's parish; charged in 1541 with disturbing a service by reading the New Testament [Fines]

William Pahen was one of those charged in London in the inquisition following the setting up of the commission to enforce the Six Articles. 1570, p. 1376; 1576, p. 1174; 1583, p. 1203.

 
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William Plane

of St John the Baptist, Walbrook; skinner of Budge Row; charged in 1541; arrested in 1546 and racked [Fines]

William Plane was one of those charged in London in the inquisition following the setting up of the commission to enforce the Six Articles. 1570, p. 1376; 1576, p. 1174; 1583, p. 1203.

 
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William Selly

of S Martin's at the Well with two buckets; one of 11 presented in 1541 for condemning church ceremonies [Fines]

William Selly was one of those charged in London in the inquisition following the setting up of the commission to enforce the Six Articles. 1570, p. 1377; 1576, p. 1175; 1583, p. 1203.

 
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William Smith

of St Giles without Cripplegate; charged with his wife in 1541 for nonattendance [Fines]

William Smith was one of those charged in London in the inquisition following the setting up of the commission to enforce the Six Articles. 1570, p. 1377; 1576, p. 1175; 1583, p. 1203.

 
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William Stokesley

of Trinity the less parish, London; charged in 1541 with rebuking his wife for taking holy water [Fines]

William Stokesley was one of those charged in London in the inquisition following the setting up of the commission to enforce the Six Articles. 1570, p. 1376; 1576, p. 1174; 1583, p. 1203.

 
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William Thomas

of St Mildred's Breadstreet parish; one of 4 charged in 1541 for interrupting divine service [Fines]

William Thomas was one of those charged in London in the inquisition following the setting up of the commission to enforce the Six Articles. 1570, p. 1376; 1576, p. 1175; 1583, p. 1203.

 
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William Wright

of St Nicholas Shambles; one of 4 presented in 1541 for nonattendance on holy days

William Wright was one of those charged in London in the inquisition following the setting up of the commission to enforce the Six Articles. 1570, p. 1376; 1576, p. 1174; 1583, p. 1203.

 
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William Wyders

of the parish of Trinity the less, London; charged in 1541 for believing the mass was only a sign [Fines]

William Wyders was one of those charged in London in the inquisition following the setting up of the commission to enforce the Six Articles. 1570, p. 1376; 1576, p. 1174; 1583, p. 1203.

1227 [1294]

K. Henry. 8. Trouble and persecution at London about the six articles.
Persons presented.Their causes.
Cicely, for not bearing her
Mistres CicelyPalme, and despising holye
Marshall.bread and holy water.
Haukes, for not comming to
Michaell Haukes.the Churche, & receiuing yong
men of the new learning.
M. Iohn Browne.Browne, for bearyng wyth
Barnes.
Annes, BedikesBedikes wife, for despising
wifeour Lady, and not prayeng to
Saints.
Andrew Kempe.Kempe, Pahen, Manerd,
William Pahen.for disturbing the seruice of the
Richard Manerd.Churche with brabling of the
new Testament.
Wyders denied two yeares
MarginaliaThe parishe of Trinitye the little.Wylliam Wyders.before, the Sacramente to bee
Christes body, and sayd that it
was but only a signe.
Willi. Stokesley.Stokesley, for rebuking hys
wife at the Church, for taking
holy water.
Roger Dauy.Dauy, for speaking agaynste
worshipping of Saints.
M. Blage.M. Blage, for not comming
to his parish Church, not con-
fessing, nor receauing.
For sayeng, when he seeth a
Priest preparing to the Masse,
ye shall see a Priest now goe to
masking. Item, for calling the
Bish. of Winchester, false flat-
MarginaliaS. Iohn Baptist in Walbroke.Wil. Clinch.tering knaue. Item, for bury-
eng his wife without Dirige,
and causing the Scotte 
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John Willock, curate at St. Catherine Coleman, Fenchurch St.

of S.
Katherines to preach the next
day after the buriall.
Playne, seeing a Priest go to
Masse, said, now you shall see
Wil. Playne.one in masking. Item, when
hee came to the Churche wyth
loud reading the english bible,
he disturbed the diuine seruice.
MarginaliaS. Buttolphs at Billingsgate.Herman Iohnson.
Hierome Akon.
Giles Hosteman.These ix. persons were pre-
Rich. Bonfeld.sented, for that they were not
Tho. Couper.confessed in Lente, nor had re-
Humfrey Skinner.ceiued at Easter.
Ioh. Sneudnam.
Rich. Philips.
Iohn Celos.
MarginaliaS. Nicholas in the fleshe shambles.Iohn. Iones.These foure were prented
Wil. Wright.for not keeping the diuine ser-
Peter Butcher.uice in the holydayes.
Roger Butcher.
Brisleys wife.Brisleys wife, for busie rea-
soning on the newe learning,
and not keeping the Church.
MarginaliaS. Andrewes in Holborne.Mistres Castle. 
Commentary  *  Close

In 1570 and 1576 Mrs. Castle is listed as belonging to the parish of St. Nicholas Flesh Shambles; in 1583, to St. Andrew Holborn. This is one of several cases in this list where the assignment of individuals to parishes became confused in 1583.

M. Castle for being a medler
and a reader of the Scripture
in the Church.
M. Galias of Ber-M. Galias, for withstanding
nardes Inne.the Curate sensing the alters
on Corpus Christ euen, and sai-
eng openly that he did nought.
M. Pates and M. Galias,
M. Pates of Da-for vexing the Curate in the
uids Inne.body of the Churche, in decla-
ring the Kings Iniunctions,
& reading the Byshops booke,
so that hee had muche adoe to
make an end.
MarginaliaS. Mildred in BredstretWil. Beckes andBeckes and his wife suspec-
his wife.ted to be Sacramentaries, and
for not creeping to the crosse
on good Friday.
Thomas Langhā.These foure were presented
Wil. Thomas.for interruptyng the deuyne
Rich. Beckes.seruice.
Wil. Beckes.
Symondes for not keeping
Rafe Symonds.our Ladies Masse, whiche he
was bound to keepe.
Ioh. Smith prētise.Smith, for sayeng, that he
had rather heare the crieng of
Persons presented.Their causes.
dogges, then Priestes singing
Mattins or Euensong.
MarginaliaS. Magnus parishe.Tho. Bele.
Ioh. Sturgion.
Ioh. Wilshire.These xj. persons of Saint
Tho. Symon.Magnus parish, were presen-
Rafe Cleruis, andted and accused, for maintey-
his wife.ning of certayne preachers, as
Iames Banaster.then it was called, of the newe
Nicolas Barker.learning, as Wisedome, Rose,
Iohn Sterky.frier Ward, sir Wil Smith, a-
Christofer Smith.liâs Wright.
Thom. Net.
Philips for mainteing here-
Nich. Philips.tikes and scripture bookes, and
for vsing neyther fasting, nor
prayer.
Bigges, for despising holye
Rich. Bygges.bread, putting it in the throte of
a bitch, and for not looking vp
to the eleuation.
MarginaliaS. Mary Magdalene in Milkestrete.Mistres ElizabethFor mainteining in her house
Statham.Latimer, Barnes, Garret,
Hierome, and diuers other.
MarginaliaS. Owens parishe in Newgate market.Iohn Duffet.Duffet for marrieng a wo-
man, which was thought to be
a Nunne.
Wil. Hilliard.Hilliard & Duffet for main-
teining Barnes, Hierome, and
Garret, with other mo.
Grafton.Grafton and Witchurch 
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It is striking that Richard Grafton and Edward Whitchurch were arrested for this offence rather than for their activities as evangelical publishers.

su-
Whitchurch.spected not to haue bene con-
fessed.
MarginaliaS. Martins at the well with two buckets.Ioh. Grene.All these being of the parish of
Mother Palmer.S. Martins, at the wel with ij.
Christop. Cootes.buckets, were presented for cō-
Wil. Selly.temning the ceremonies of the
Alexander Frere.Church. Also some for walking
Wil. Bredy.in the sacring tyme, with theyr
Iohn Bushe.caps on. Some for turning
W. Somerton.their heads awaye. Some for
George Durant.sitting at their dores when ser-
M. Dauids prētise.mons were in the Church, &c.
Andrew, for receiuing here-
MarginaliaS. Michaels in Woodstrete.Rob. Andrew.tikes into his house, and kee-
ping disputatiō of heresie there.
Ioh. Williamson.These other sixe were suspe-
Tho. Buge.cted to bee Sacramentaries,
Tho. Gilbert.and rancke heretikes, and pro-
W. Hickson.curers of heretikes to preache,
Rob. Daniel.and to bee followers of theyr
Rob. Smitton.doctrine.
To be a Sacramentary, and
MarginaliaS. Buttolphes at Billingesgate.Ioh. Mayler. 
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It is striking that John Mayler was arrested for this offence rather than for his activity as an evangelical publisher. Cf. the second entry for Mayler further down the list; and the account in National Archives, SP 1 / 243 fo. 79r (LP Addenda 1463).

a rayler against the Masse.
Bilby presented for sayeng
Rich. Bilbythese words, that Christ is not
Draper.present in þe blessed sacrament.
These two were detected for
MarginaliaS. Gyles with out Criplegate.Henry Patinson. 
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Cf. the account in National Archives, SP 1 / 243 fo. 63r (LP Addenda 1463), which notes only his refusal to be confessed.

maynteyning theyr boyes to
Anthony Barber.sing a song against þe sacramēt
of þe alter. Also Patinson came
Rob. Norman. 
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Cf. the account in National Archives, SP 1 / 243 fo. 67r (LP Addenda 1463).

not to confession. Norman also
refused to come to cōfession, sai-
eng, that none of his seruants
shuld be shriuē of a kna. priest.
For speaking against the sa-
Ioh. Humfrey.cramentes and ceremonies of
the Church. MarginaliaEx Reg. Lond.
Wil. Smith, andThese ij. couples were pre-
his wifesented for not comming to ser-
Iohn Cooke anduice in their Parish Churche,
his wife.and for sayeng, it was lawfull
for Priests to haue wiues.
W. Gate or Cote.To these foure 
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Cf. the account in National Archives, SP 1 / 243 fo. 76r (LP Addenda 1463), in which the person named here as Gate or Cote is named as Tote.

it was layde,
Wil. Aston.for sayeng that the Masse was
Iohn Humfrey.made of peeces and patches.
Iohn Cooke.Also for deprauing of mattins,
Masse, and Euensong.
Ioh. Miles and his
wife.
Ioh. Millen.
Ioh. Robinson.All these were put vp for rai-
Rich. Millar.ling against the Sacramentes
Ioh. Greene andand Ceremonies.
his wife.
Arnold Chest.
These