John Parkhurst

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John Parkhurst (c. 1512 – 2 February 1575) was an English Marian exile and from 1560 the Bishop of Norwich.wikipedia
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Royal Grammar School, Guildford

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He initially attended the Royal Grammar School, Guildford, before at an early age moving to Magdalen College School at Oxford.
It was established on the death of John Parkhurst, Bishop of Norwich, in 1575.

John Jewel

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While he was acting as tutor at Merton, John Jewel was his pupil and they remained friends through life.
There he was taught by John Parkhurst, afterwards bishop of Norwich; but on 19 August 1539 he was elected scholar of Corpus Christi College, Oxford.

Bishop of Norwich

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1512 – 2 February 1575) was an English Marian exile and from 1560 the Bishop of Norwich.

Rudolf Gwalther

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On the accession of Queen Mary he left the country and settled at Zurich, where he was received by Rudolf Gwalther and other Calvinists.
He had contacts with English Calvinists through John Parkhurst, in exile in Zurich in the 1550s.

Edmund Freke

Edmund Freake
There, unlike his predecessor John Parkhurst, he campaigned hard to impose uniformity in his diocese.

John Shepreve

John Sheepreeve
He contributed to the collection of Epigrammata in mortem duorum fratrum Suffolcensium Caroli et Henrici Brandon, London, 1552, and to John Sheepreeve's Summa ... Novi Testamenti disticis ducentis sexaginta comprehensa, Strasburg, 1556.

Norwich Cathedral

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Marian exiles

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1512 – 2 February 1575) was an English Marian exile and from 1560 the Bishop of Norwich.

Guildford

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Born about 1512, he was son of George Parkhurst of Guildford, Surrey.

Magdalen College School, Oxford

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He initially attended the Royal Grammar School, Guildford, before at an early age moving to Magdalen College School at Oxford.

Oxford

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He initially attended the Royal Grammar School, Guildford, before at an early age moving to Magdalen College School at Oxford.

Merton College, Oxford

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Subsequently, he joined Merton College, where he was admitted to a fellowship in 1529 after graduating B.A. (24 July 1528).

Epigram

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He was an adept in the composition of Latin epigrams.

Henry VIII of England

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When, in 1543, Henry VIII and Queen Catherine Parr visited Oxford, Parkhurst wrote Latin verses in their honour and became chaplain to the queen.

Catherine Parr

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When, in 1543, Henry VIII and Queen Catherine Parr visited Oxford, Parkhurst wrote Latin verses in their honour and became chaplain to the queen.

Charles Brandon, 1st Duke of Suffolk

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He was already chaplain to Charles Brandon, 1st Duke of Suffolk, and to his wife Catherine, and his friends included Miles Coverdale and John Aylmer.

Katherine Brandon, Duchess of Suffolk

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He was already chaplain to Charles Brandon, 1st Duke of Suffolk, and to his wife Catherine, and his friends included Miles Coverdale and John Aylmer.

Myles Coverdale

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He was already chaplain to Charles Brandon, 1st Duke of Suffolk, and to his wife Catherine, and his friends included Miles Coverdale and John Aylmer.

John Aylmer (bishop)

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He was already chaplain to Charles Brandon, 1st Duke of Suffolk, and to his wife Catherine, and his friends included Miles Coverdale and John Aylmer.

Pimperne

Soon afterwards he was appointed rector of Pimperne, Dorset, and in 1549 was presented by Thomas Seymour, 1st Baron Seymour of Sudeley to the living of Cleeve Episcopi, Gloucestershire.

Thomas Seymour, 1st Baron Seymour of Sudeley

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Soon afterwards he was appointed rector of Pimperne, Dorset, and in 1549 was presented by Thomas Seymour, 1st Baron Seymour of Sudeley to the living of Cleeve Episcopi, Gloucestershire.

Bishop's Cleeve

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Soon afterwards he was appointed rector of Pimperne, Dorset, and in 1549 was presented by Thomas Seymour, 1st Baron Seymour of Sudeley to the living of Cleeve Episcopi, Gloucestershire.

Corpus Christi College, Oxford

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Jewel and other Oxford scholars often visited him there; when Jewel gave humanity lectures at Corpus Christi College, Oxford, Parkhurst went over to hear him, and declared in a Latin epigram that he was metamorphosed from a tutor into a pupil.

Mary I of England

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On the accession of Queen Mary he left the country and settled at Zurich, where he was received by Rudolf Gwalther and other Calvinists.