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Carew, Georgelocked

(1497/8–1583)
  • P. E. McCullough

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Carew, George (1497/8–1583), dean of Exeter, was probably born at his father's seat at Mohun's Ottery, Devon. He was the third son of Sir Edmund Carew (c. 1464–1513) and his wife, Katherine, daughter of Sir William Huddesfield. The length and complexity of his career in the Tudor church over four reigns has obscured his significance as a churchman who exemplified ...

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