16031643, Aug 31
an English poet and divine. He also assisted Edward Herbert, Baron Herbert of Cherbury, in his writing of the Life of Henry VIII. He was educated at Cirencester Grammar School and Winchester College. There he obtained a scholarship to New College, Oxford, where he became a perpetual fellow in 1624, and graduated B. A. in 1625, M.A. 1629, and B.D. in 1640/1. After 1629, he was ordained and in 1637 became rector of Wykeham, LincolnshireHe translated Herbert's work into Latin.
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