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Lewis, Edward Archibald [Archie] (1918–1988), singer and variety artist, was born in Kingston, Jamaica, on 10 April 1918. He attended St Matthew's Anglican Church, Kingston, where he sang in the choir, and made his concert début aged fifteen. He was working as an engineering apprentice on the railway when he won a major contest, singing ballads in a style modelled on ...


Edward Archibald Lewis [Archie] (1918–1988), by unknown photographer

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Martin [Martyn], Thomas (1520/21–1592/3), civil lawyer and polemicist, the son of John Martin of Cerne, Dorset, was educated at Winchester (admitted 1533, aged twelve) and New College, Oxford, of which he became a fellow in 1540, and subsequently (c.1550) at Bourges University...


Punt, William (fl. 1548–1563), polemicist and book smuggler, emerged from obscurity in 1548 as the author of A New Dialoge called the Endightment agaynste Mother Messe. This work proved to be popular (three editions were published in two months), perhaps because it skilfully drew on the work of major evangelical writers such as ...