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Good, Williamlocked

  • Thomas M. McCoog


Good, William (1527–1586), Jesuit, was born at Glastonbury, Somerset, where he received his early education at 'the hospice of St. Joseph of Arimathea for gentlemen' (Elizabethan Jesuits, 14). Admitted to Corpus Christi College, Oxford, on 26 February 1546 he was elected a fellow on 15 June 1548. He supplicated for his MA in 1551/2. Most likely ordained in ...

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