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Willet, Andrewlocked

(1561/2–1621)
  • Anthony Milton

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Willet, Andrew (1561/2–1621), Church of England clergyman and religious controversialist, was born at Ely, the son of Thomas Willet (1511?–1598), rector of Barley, Hertfordshire, and prebendary of Ely Cathedral, the latter on the presentation of his patron Bishop Richard Cox. After studying at the collegiate school at ...

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