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Airay, Henrylocked

(1558x60–1616)
  • A. J. Hegarty

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Airay, Henry (1558x60–1616), college head, was born, probably at Kentmere, Westmorland, the son of William Airay (d. 1596?), who was either the brother-in-law or the favourite servant to Bernard Gilpin (1517–1583), the Apostle of the North, so called for his notable preaching and charitable activities. The ...

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