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Martiall, Johnlocked

  • L. E. C. Wooding


Martiall, John (1534–1597), religious controversialist, was born in Daylesford, Worcestershire, although when he arrived at Winchester College in 1545, aged eleven, the admission-book recorded him as a native of Defford in the same county. He went on to New College, Oxford, in 1549, and was made fellow there in 1551 and BCL on 8 July 1556. He became second master or usher at ...

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