Bridgewater, John

(c.1532-c.1596) Priest, historian, born Yorkshire, England; died Trier, Germany. He resigned the rectorship of Lincoln College, Oxford, for conscience's sake, and went into permanent exile on the Continent. He is best known as the martyrologist of the Catholic confessors under Elizabeth, his voluminous records appearing at Trier, 1588.

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