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Underhill, Edwardlocked

(b. 1512, d. in or after 1576)
  • John N. King

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Underhill, Edward (b. 1512, d. in or after 1576), courtier and religious radical, known as the Hot Gospeller, was born into a prominent west midland family, the eldest son of Thomas Underhill (d. 1518×20) of Hunningham, Warwickshire, and his wife, Anne Winter...

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