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Parris, George vanlocked

(d. 1551)
  • Andrew Pettegree

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Parris, George van (d. 1551), religious radical, was one of only two protestant dissenters executed for unorthodox views during the reign of Edward VI (the other being Joan Bocher). Van Parris was a foreign immigrant to London, a Fleming, though little is in fact known of his background and life before he fell foul of the ...

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(1891–)