Mancetter martyrs

the suffering and martyrdoms of Mr Robert Glover and Mrs Joice Lewis, of Mancetter, Warwickshire, with some particulars of their friends, Augustine Bernher and John Careless
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Seeley, Jackson and Halliday... , London
Glover, Robert, -- 1515 or 16-1555., Lewis, Joyce, -- d. 1557., Careless, John, -- fl.1564-1566., Bernher, Augustine., Mar
Statementby the Rev. B. Richings....
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Paginationxiv, 230 p. [5] leaves of plates (inc. front.) :
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JOHN GLOVER OF MANCETTER, GENTLEMAN. What a fatherly and manifest providence of the Lord likewise did appear in the preserving of Master John Glover, of the diocese of Coventry and Lichfield, in the town of Mancetter, first, at the taking of Robert, his brother: at which time, although the commission came down for him, yet so God ordered the matter, that his brother being sick was.

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The Mancetter martyrs: The sufferings and martyrdoms of Mr. Robert Glover and Mrs. Joice Lewis of MancetterAuthor: B Richings. The history of Mancetter goes back to Roman times when it was known as Manduessedum.

The roman road Watling Street, now the A5 trunk road, forms the northern boundary of the Parish and it was here the Romans built a Walled Settlement that was fortified in the late 3rd or 4th Century. The Manchester Martyrs— William Philip Allen, Michael Larkin, and Michael O'Brien—were three men executed for the murder of a police officer in Manchester, England, induring an incident that became known as the Manchester three were members of the Irish Republican Brotherhood, also known as the Fenians, an organisation dedicated to ending British rule in Ireland.

Mancetter is a Parish with much history. The Roman road, Watling Street forms its Northern boundary and the Romans built a fort or staging post here. in the 4th Century AD it was called Manduessedum.

In fact it is believed that Boudicea, the Ancient British Queen fought her last battle against the Romans somewhere between Mancetter and Hartshill. Martyrs Mirror, a book with a similar theme dealing with primarily with Anabaptist martyrs Notes Edit ^ 'Foxe has a terse report in the Rerum of an old man of Buckingham- shire being executed in for eating pork during Lent (Rerum, p.

Question 2. Can you name the two Mancetter Martyrs. Question 3. What is the name of the stream that runs through Mancetter.

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Question 4. What is the name of the row of cottages on Watling Street next to the Blue Boar. Mancetter martyrs book 5. Can you name all the Mancetter streets that have a boy's or girl's name in them.

Question 6. The cornerstone of this library was an edition of Foxe's Book of Martyrs that had formerly been chained up in a Warwickshire church, possibly Mancetter, and later recovered from the library of the Rev.

Benjamin Richings, the late vicar of Mancetter. ROBERT GLOVER, GENTLEMAN, AND JOHN AND WILLIAM GLOVER, HIS BROTHERS. Illustration -- Manor-house, Mancetter, the Residence of Glover.

o this present time and month of September, pertaineth also the memorable martyrdom of Master Robert Glover, gentleman, in the diocese of Lichfield and Coventry; of whose apprehension and troubles because I cannot well entreat.

The Women Martyrs of the Reformation. Walter Walsh. Religious Tract Society, - Christian martyrs - pages. 0 Reviews. From inside the book. What people are heart heaven heretics Holy honour Huguenots husband Inquisition Inquisitors Jesus Joan King lady lives London Lord Lord Chancellor Lysken Mancetter Maria mass massacre mercy.

   Ma n cetter was famous in Valentine the elder's time for being home to two Protestant Martyrs who were burnt at the stake during the reign of Queen Mary I. Robert Glover was the educated and wealthy owner of the 14th century manor house in Mancetter.

He was educated at Eaton and King's College Cambridge. Buy The Mancetter Martyrs. The Sufferings And Martyrdoms Of Mr. Robert Glover And Mrs. Joice Lewis Of Mancetter, Warwickshire With Some Particulars Of Their Friends Augustine Bernher And John Careless Fourth Edition by Richings, B.

(ISBN:) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : B. Richings. She then married Thomas Lewis of Mancetter on 10 September She was a Catholic, but she began to question her faith, according to the partisan martyrologist John Foxe, [2] [3] after the martyrdom of Lawrence Saunders on 8 February   A tablet to the memory of Joyce Lewis and Robert Glover was erected in Mancetter Church in [Foxe's Actes and Monuments, viii.

–5,; Harl. f. 78; Colvile's Worthies of Warwickshire; Riching's Mancetter Martyrs, edit. ; Dugdale's Warwickshire, p. The neighbours called him Righteous Christer.

My mother was an upright woman; her maiden name was Mary Lago, of the family of the Lagos, and of the stock of the martyrs. 8 8 This martyred ancestor of Mary Lago was probably a member of the Glover family, of Mancetter, a few miles north of Drayton.

(See article on Fox in Dict. of Nat. Biog. JOHN FOXE (), the author of the famous Book of Martyrs, was born at Boston, in Lincolnshire, in 0 Gathered and collected according to the true Copies and Wrytinges certificatorie as well of the Parties themselves that Suffered, as also out of the Bishop's Registers, which were the Doers thereof, by John Foxe, commonly known as.

Book of Martyrs: Or, A History of the Lives, Sufferings and Triumphant Deaths of the Primitive and Protestant Martyrs from the Introduction of Christianity to the Latest Periods of Pagan, Popish, Protestant, and Infidel Persecutions.

Compiled from Foxe’s Book of Martyrs and other Authentic Sources. Ellis. Duffy, Eamon (). Observations On Foxe's Book Of Martyrs by William Cobbett. FOXE'S BOOK OF MARTYRS.

Full Contents. VOLUME 1. John Glover of Mancetter, Gentleman. One Dabney, a Painter. Alexander Wimshurst, Minister. The Story of one Bosome's Wife.

The Lady Knevet, of Wymondham, in Norfolk. The Marian Persecutions were carried out against Protestant religious reformers for their faith during the reign of Mary I of England (). The excesses of this period were recorded in Foxe's Book of Martyrs.

Protestants in England and Wales were executed under anti-Protestant legislation which punished anyone judged guilty of heresy against the Catholic faith.

foxe's book of martyrs Thorpe, in the county of Essex, labourer, of the age of four and thirty years, having no wife alive, but three young children, who also were with them indicted of heresy, and. The Coventry Martyrs, from the edited h2g2, the Unconventional Guide to Life, the Universe and Everything His reign saw the publication of The Book of Common Prayer, and the first Book of Homilies 7.

However, in Queen Mary ascended to the throne, and Roman Catholicism was reimposed vigorously.

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Robert Glover was born in Mancetter. FOXE'S BOOK OF MARTYRSCONTENTS Ambrose (first name unknown), Richard Lush, Thomas Read, Simon Miller and Elizabeth Cooper 8 Ten Colchester Martyrs 11 George Eagles 25 Richard Crashfield 30 Joyce Lewes.

35 Ralph Allerton, James Austoo, Margery Austoo, and Richard Roth 41 Agnes Bongeor, Margaret Thurston and. Fox, George () (DNB00) Fox mentions that his mother, Mary Lago, was ‘of the stock of the martyrs,’ in allusion probably to the family of Glover of Mancetter (see Richings, The Mancetter Martyrs, ).

Penn describes her as ‘a woman accomplished above most of her degree.’. 8 This martyred ancestor of Mary Lago was probably a member of the Glover family, of Mancetter, a few miles north of Drayton.

(See article on Fox in Dict. of Nat. Biog., which refers to Riching's "Mancetter Martyrs." ) 9 "Creatures" here and frequently means "created things.". George Fox, An Autobiography: Chapter 1: Boyhood--A Seeker.

That all may know the dealings of the Lord with me, and the various exercises, trials, and troubles through which He led me, in order to prepare and fit me for the work unto which He had appointed me, and may thereby be drawn to admire and glorify His infinite wisdom and goodness, I think fit (before I proceed to set forth.

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List of Protestant martyrs of the English Reformation explained. Protestants were executed under heresy laws during persecutions against Protestant religious reformers for their religious denomination during the reigns of Henry VIII (–) and Mary I of England (–). Radical Christians also were executed, though in much smaller numbers, during the reigns of Edward VI (   The Martyrs of Mancetter.

In the church of St Peter at Mancetter (Warwickshire) there are early 19th century wooden plaques commemorating two local Protestants who were caught up in the persecution of Queen Mary I: Joyce Lewis was the daughter of Thomas Curzon of Croxall (Staffordshire) and Anne Aston of Tixall.

She first married Sir George. “The Mancetter Martyrs”. The Glover family lived in Mancetter Manor which still stands next to the church. The eldest brother John, who owned the house, was an ardent and active Protestant, along with his brother William.

The bishop of Coventry, appointed by Mary Tudor, was sent to arrest John, but he and his brother escaped. Brother.

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The Coventry Martyrs, from h2g2, the Unconventional Guide to Life, the Universe and Everything His reign saw the publication of The Book of Common Prayer, and the first Book of Homilies 7.

However in Queen Mary ascended to the throne, and Roman Catholicism was re-imposed vigorously. Robert Glover was born in Mancetter and was also. Quaker Spirituality Selected Writings The Journal of George Fox. That all may know the dealings of the Lord with me, and the various exercises, trials, and troubles through which he led me.

I was born in the month called July in the yearat Drayton- in-the-Clay in : HarperCollins Publishers.↑ Six months before the execution of Robert Harvey for treason in Spring Harvey#C Foxe's Book of Martyrs, Critical Apparatus ↑ 'within the space of a year, or thereabout, after' the previous man ↑ The edition of Foxe's Book of Martyrs records that William Dighel was burned at about the same time as Nicholas Sheterden.