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date: 14 October 2019

Beaw, Williamlocked

  • Beverly Le Long


Beaw, William (1616–1706), bishop of Llandaff, was born in December 1616 in Hagbourne, Berkshire, the son of William Beaw, a beneficed clergyman, and his wife, Elizabeth, née Twisse, who was of German descent and the daughter of William Twisse, clothier. Raised under the influence of his uncle, the puritan theologian ...

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