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date: 28 January 2020

Twisse, Williamlocked

(1577/8–1646)
  • E. C. Vernon

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Twisse, William (1577/8–1646), theologian, was born at Speenlands in Speen, near Newbury, Berkshire, son of William Twisse, a successful clothier and grandson of an immigrant from Germany. Among his uncles were Thomas Bilson (1547–1616), warden of Winchester College and later bishop of Worcester...

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