1605 ca1684
an English cleric and biblical commentator. He received his education at Eton College. He was elected in 1624 to King's College, Cambridge, of which he became a Fellow (B.A. 1628-9, M.A. 1632). In 1635 he was incorporated M.A. at Oxford, and in 1637 he was presented by Eton College to the vicarage of Mapledurham, Oxfordshire. He complied with all the changes of government from 1637 to the Restoration, keeping his vicarage. He was also made divinity reader in his majesty's chapel of St. George in Windsor Castle.
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