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Alexandre, Pierre [pseud. Simon Alexius] (c. 1498–1563), prior of Arras and theologian  

Richard Copsey

Alexandre, Pierre [pseud. Simon Alexius] (c. 1498–1563), prior of Arras and theologian, was born in Arras where he entered the Carmelite priory. He studied theology at Paris, gaining his doctorate there on 11 December 1534. This suggests he was born about 1498. Having become Carmelite prior at ...

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Barrett [Barret], John (c. 1495–1563), Carmelite friar and protestant theologian  

Richard Copsey

Barrett [Barret], John (c. 1495–1563), Carmelite friar and protestant theologian, was born in Bishop's Lynn, where he joined the Carmelites. Later he studied at Cambridge and attended the lectures of Thomas Cranmer. Foxe records that Cranmer refused to allow Barrett to proceed because his theology was not sufficiently grounded in scripture: '...

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Bonville [Boville; alias Terill], Anthony (1623–1676), Jesuit and theologian  

J. Blom and F. Blom

Bonville [Boville; alias Terill], Anthony (1623–1676), Jesuit and theologian, was born at Canford in Dorset either on 20 February or on 2 March 1623, the son of Humphrey Bonville, esquire, and his wife, Mary. Both his parents were Roman Catholics, although, according to a later account by ...

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White, Gordon Henry [name in religion Victor White] (1902–1960), Dominican friar, theologian, and psychotherapist  

Adrian Cunningham

White, Gordon Henry [name in religion Victor White] (1902–1960), Dominican friar, theologian, and psychotherapist, was born on 21 October 1902 at 39 Avondale Road, Croydon, Surrey, the second of the three sons of John Henry White (1866/7–1950), vicar of St Augustine's Church...