Categories: Execution, Religion
Burnt at the stake in Bow (or possibly Stratford) for her Protestant beliefs.
This section lists the memorials where the subject on this page is commemorated:
The event on 27 June 1556 was a big draw: "These 11 men and 2 women were brou...
Lay brother at London Charterhouse. Taken Taken to Newgate Prison, chained and left to starve to death.
Person, Execution, Religion
An important man in the court of Edward IV, rising to the position of Lord Chamberlain. On the king’s death he supported his brother, the later Richard III, but something was not to Richard’s liki...
Person, Execution, Politics & Administration
Burnt at the stake in Ware (his home town) for his Protestant beliefs. Was associated with Harwood. Condemned by Bishop Bonner.
Known as Lord Darcy de Darcy or Darcy of Templehurst or Temple Hirst. Early success as a soldier, and then at court but his involvement in Aske's rebellion, known as the 'Pilgrimage of Grace', led...
Person, Armed Forces, Execution, Politics & Administration
Soldier and then tutor to Prince Richard who would become Richard II. Burley stayed close to Richard, arranging his marriage for him. Burley had great influence over the king, which was resented b...