Person    | Male  Died 15/5/1556

Hugh Laverock

Categories: Execution, Religion

Hugh Laverock

Burnt at the stake in Bow (or possibly Stratford) for his Protestant beliefs. Lame. When in the flames he said to Apprice who was sharing the stake: "Hold on, John, it won't be for long: remember the text: 'These are they which came, out of great tribulation and have washed their robes and made them white in the blood of the Lamb."

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Hugh Laverock

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