1628 ca1697/1698, Feb 13
an English ejected minister. He entered the ministry about 1648, and was ejected from the vicarage of Tetney, Lincolnshire, by the uniformity act of 1662. In 1668 he was in Norwich, where he acted as one of three "heads and teachers" of a congregation of three hundred independents, who met for worship in the house of John Tofts, a grocer, in St. Clement's parish. On the issuing of the indulgence of 1672, Fynch took out a license to preach in the house of Nicholas Withers, in St. Clement's. He became pastor of the independent congregation in succession to John Cromwell (d. April 1685). Fynch's first effort as an author was a criticism (1656) of the mystical theology of Henry Vane the Younger, Animadversions upon Sir Henry Vane's … The Retired Man's Meditations,’ &c. He also wrote several other treatises, mostly on religious topics.
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