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Cadwallador, Rogerlocked

(1566/7–1610)
  • D. Ben Rees

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Cadwallador, Roger (1566/7–1610), Roman Catholic priest, was the eldest son of a well-to-do yeoman, John Cadwallador, and his wife, and was born at Stretton Sugwas, Herefordshire. He left for the English College of Douai, temporarily at Rheims, and was admitted in March 1590; on 21 September 1591 he was made a subdeacon, and was ordained deacon on 24 February 1592. In August of that year he left with three others to continue his studies at the ...

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