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an English Puritan divine. In 1627 he proceeded B.D., and two years later was presented to the living of Rochford, Essex, where he was until his death in 1640. Fenner was appreciated as a preacher, one of his sermons being quoted by Edward Williams, and his writings enjoyed popularity for some time, as plain in manner while zealous in tone.
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