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Whitehead, Davidlocked

(c. 1492–1571)
  • Andrew Pettegree

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Whitehead, David (c. 1492–1571), evangelical preacher, is said by Anthony Wood to have been a native of Hampshire, where the Whiteheads had some landed property. The same source reports that he is also said to have been educated at Brasenose or All Souls, Oxford...

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