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Fagius, Paul (c. 1504–1549), protestant reformer and Hebraist, was born in Rheinzabern in the Rhine Palatinate, son of Peter Büchelin, schoolmaster and city clerk in Rheinzabern, and Margarethe Hirn of Heidelberg. At the age of eleven he went to the Neckarschule in Heidelberg...

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Locke [née Vaughan; other married names Dering, Prowse], Anne (c. 1530–1590x1607), translator and religious activist, was the daughter of the merchant adventurer and government agent, Stephen Vaughan, and his first wife, Margery Gwynneth or Guinet (d. 1544). Vaughan died in 1549, when ...

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Taverner, Richard (1505?–1575), translator and evangelical reformer, was probably born at Brisley, Norfolk, the eldest of the four sons of John Taverner (1457?–1545) of North Elmham, Norfolk, and his first wife, Alice, daughter and heir of Robert Sylvester of Brisley. Educated initially at ...