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Oliver Heywood (minister)

Nonconformism, Trinity College, Cambridge, Thomas Jollie, Preston, Lancashire, Samuel Hammond (minister)

Aud Publishing (2012-07-01 )

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ISBN-13:

978-620-1-19465-6

ISBN-10:
6201194657
EAN:
9786201194656
Idioma del libro:
Inglés
Notas y citas / Texto breve:
Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Oliver Heywood (1630–1702) was a British nonconformist minister, ejected for his beliefs. Oliver Heywood, third son of Richard Heywood, yeoman, by his first wife, Alice Critchlaw, was born at Little Lever, near Bolton, Lancashire, in March 1630, and baptised (without the sign of the cross) at Bolton parish church on 15 March. His parents were strong puritans. After passing through the Bolton grammar school and other schools, he was admitted at Trinity College, Cambridge, on 12 June 1647, his tutor being Akehurst, who afterwards became a quaker. In religious matters he was much influenced by the preaching of Samuel Hammond, D.D., and joined with other students in a kind of religious club which met in the 'garret-chamber' of Thomas Jollie. In 1650 he graduated B.A., and soon began to preach; his first sermon was delivered at a village in the neighbourhood of Preston, Lancashire. By his uncle, Francis Critchlaw, he was recommended as preacher at Coley Chapel, near the village of Northowram, in the parish of Halifax, West Riding.
Editorial:
Aud Publishing
Sitio web:
http://www.alphascript-publishing.com
Editado por:
Eldon A. Mainyu
Número de páginas:
100
Publicado en:
2012-07-01
Stock:
Disponible
Categoría:
Historia
Precio:
34.00 €
Palabras clave:
college, Trinity, Lancashire, Thomas, Nonconformism, Preston, Cambridge, Samuel

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