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Protestants were martyred during persecutions against Protestant+ religious reformers for their faith+ during the reigns of Henry VIII+ (1509-1547) and Mary I of England+ (1553–1558). The excesses of this period were recorded in Foxe's ''Book of Martyrs''+.

Protestants in England and Wales were executed under legislation that punished anyone judged guilty of heresy against the Roman Catholic+ faith. Although the standard penalty for those convicted of treason in England at the time was execution by being hanged, drawn and quartered+, this legislation adopted the punishment of burning the condemned. At least 300 people were recognised as martyred over the five years of Mary I's reign by contemporary sources.

''The following might not be a complete list:''


! No.
! Name
! Residence
! Description
! Date of martyrdom
! Place of martyrdom
! References

| 1.
| |Thomas Hitton+
| Martham+, Norfolk
| clergyman - priest
| burned 23 February 1530
| Maidstone+, Kent
|

| 2.
| |Thomas Benet+
| Exeter+, Devon
| teacher
| burned 15 January 1531
| Exeter+, Devon
|

| 3.
| |Thomas Bilney+
| Taken at Norwich+, Norfolk
| clergyman- priest
| burned 19 August 1531
| Norwich+, Norfolk
|

| 4.
| |Richard Bayfield+
| Taken at Mark Lane, London+
| Former monk and chamberlain of Bury St Edmunds Abbey+
| burned 4 December 1531
| Smithfield, London+
|

| 5.
| |John Tewkesbury
| St Michael-le-Querne+ Parish, Paternoster Row, London
| leatherseller
| burned December 1531
| Smithfield, London+
|

| 6.
| |James Bainham+
| Middle Temple+, London
| lawyer
| burned 30 April 1532
| Smithfield, London+
|

| 7.
| |John Bent
| Urchfont+, Wiltshire
|
| burned in or before April 1532
| Devizes+, Wiltshire
|

| 8.
| |... Trapnel
|
|
| burned in or before April 1532
| Bradford+, Wiltshire
|

| 9.
| |Thomas Harding+
| Chesham+, Buckinghamshire
| 'aged father'
| his brains were dashed out with a billet of wood while he was being burned at the stake, May 1532
| | Chesham+, Buckinghamshire
|

| 10.
| |John Frith+
| Taken after he had been preaching at Bow Lane, London
| clergyman - canon at Cardinal College, Oxford+
| burned 4 July 1533
| Smithfield, London+
|

| 11.
| |Andrew Hewet
| Watling Street+, London (born in Feversham+, Kent)
| apprentice to a tailor
| burned 4 July 1533
| Smithfield, London+
|

| 12.
| |Ten Dutchmen counted for Anabaptists
|
|
| 1535
| 'sundry places of the realm'
|

| 13.
| |Robert Pakington+
| Cheapside+, London
| mercer
| murdered 13 November 1536
| Cheapside+, London
| . Exclassics.com. Retrieved on 2013-08-21.

| 14.
| |William Cowbridge
| Wantage+, Berkshire
| 'exercised the office of a priest, in teaching and administering of the sacraments, but being no priest indeed'
| burnt after - probably shortly after - 22 July 1538
| Oxford+, Oxfordshire
|

| 15.
| |John Lambert+
| The Stocks - a market for meat and fish in the City of London
| clergyman - priest, and teacher of Greek and Latin
| burnt 22 November 1538
| Smithfield, London+
|

| 16.
| |... Puttedew
| Suffolk+
|
| burnt in or before 1538
| Suffolk+
|

| 17.
| |William Leiton or Leyton
| Eye Priory+, Eye, Suffolk+
| monk - Benedictine+
| burnt in or before 1538
| Norwich+, Norfolk
|

| 18.
| |N. Peke
| Earlstonham+, Suffolk
|
| burnt in or before 1538
| Ipswich+, Suffolk
|

| 19.
| |William Collins
| London+
| lawyer and gentleman
| burnt 7 July 1540
| Smithfield, London+ or Southwark+
|

| 20.
| |Robert Barnes+
| Austin Friary, Cambridge+ (until 1528)
| monk - Augustinian+
| burnt 30 July 1540
| Smithfield, London+
| . Exclassics.com. Retrieved on 2013-09-1.

| 21.
| |Thomas Gerrard+ (or Gerard, Garret or Garrard)
| All Hallows Honey Lane+ Parish, London
| clergyman - rector of All Hallows Honey Lane+
| burnt 30 July 1540
| Smithfield, London+
|

| 22.
| |William Jerome
| Stepney+, London
| clergyman - vicar of St Dunstan's, Stepney+
| burnt 30 July 1540
| Smithfield, London+
|

| 23.
| |Valentine Freese and his wife
|
|
| burnt 1540
| York, Yorkshire
|

| 24.
| |Richard Mekins
|
| 'a child that passed not the age of fifteen years'
| burnt 30 July 1541
|
| . Exclassics.com. Retrieved on 2013-09-8.

| 25.
| |Richard Spenser
|
| 'a ... Priest ... who leaving his papistry, had married a wife, and became a player in interludes'
| Burnt about 1541/2
| Salisbury+, Wiltshire
|

| 26.
| |John Ramsey
|
| player in interludes
| Burnt about 1541/2
| Salisbury+, Wiltshire
|

| 27.
| |Thomas Bernard
|
|
| Burnt about 1541
| Diocese of Lincoln+
|
|

''The following might not be a complete list:''


! No.
! Name
! Residence
! Description
! Date of martyrdom
! Place of martyrdom
! References

| 1.
| |John Rogers+
| City of London+
| clergyman - preacher, biblical translator, lecturer at St. Paul’s Cathedral
|burned 4 February 1555
| Smithfield, London+
|

| 2.
| |Lawrence Saunders+
| City of London+
| clergyman - preacher, Rector of All Hallows Bread Street+, London
|burned 8 February 1555
| Coventry+, Warwickshire+
|

| 3.
| |John Hooper+
| Gloucester+ and Worcester+
| Bishop of Gloucester+ and Worcester+ under Edward VI
| burned 9 February 1555
| Gloucester+, Gloucestershire+
|

| 4.
| |Rowland Taylor+
| Hadleigh, Suffolk+
| clergyman - Rector of Hadleigh, Suffolk+
| burned 9 February 1555
| Aldham Common+, Nr Hadleigh, Suffolk+
|

| 5.
| |Rawlins White+
| Cardiff+, Glamorgan+
| fisherman
| burnt March 1555
| Cardiff+, Glamorgan+
|

| 6.
| |Thomas Tomkins+
| Shoreditch+, London
| weaver
| burnt 16 March 1555
| Smithfield, London+
|

| 7.
| |Thomas Causton+
| Horndon on the Hill+ or Thundersby+, Essex
| gentleman
| burnt 26 March 1555
| Rayleigh, Essex+
| . Exclassics.com. Retrieved on 2012-08-16.

| 8.
| |Thomas Higbed+
| Horndon on the Hill+ or Thundersby+, Essex
| gentleman
| burnt 26 March 1555
| Horndon-on-the-Hill+, Essex+
|

| 9.
| |William Hunter+
| Coleman Street+ Parish, London
| apprentice
| burnt 27 March 1555 (or 26 according to Foxe)
| Brentwood, Essex+
|

| 10.
| |Stephen Knight+
|
| barber
| burnt 28 March 1555
| Maldon, Essex+
| . Exclassics.com. Retrieved on 2013-05-17.

| 11.
| |William Pigot+ (or Pygot)
|
| butcher
| burnt 28 March 1555
| Braintree, Essex+
|

| 12.
| |William Dighel
|
|
| burnt 28 March 1555
| Banbury+, Oxfordshire
|

| 13.
| |John Laurence+ (or Lawrence)
|
| clergyman - priest and former Blackfriar+ at Sudbury, Suffolk+
| burnt 29 March 1555
| Colchester, Essex+
|

| 14.
| |Robert Ferrar+
| St David's+, Pembrokeshire
| Bishop of St David's+ under Edward VI
| burnt 30 March 1555
| Carmarthen+, Carmarthenshire+
|

| 15.
| |George Marsh+
| Dean+, Lancashire
| clergyman - curate to Laurence Saunders+ and minister at Dean, Lancashire
| burnt 24 April 1555
| Boughton, Cheshire+
|

| 16.
| |William Flower+
| Lambeth+, London
| surgeon and teacher
| burnt 24 April 1555
| Westminster+
|

| 17.
| |John Cardmaker+
| Wells+, Somerset
| clergyman - prebendary+ of Wells Cathedral+
| burnt 30 May 1555
| Smithfield, London+
| . Exclassics.com. Retrieved on 2013-05-17.

| 18.
| |John Warne+
| Walbrook+, London
| upholsterer
| burnt 30 May 1555
| Smithfield, London+
|

| 19.
| |Thomas Haukes+ (or Hawkes)
| Essex+
| gentleman
| burnt 10 June 1555
| Coggeshall+, Essex+
|

| 20.
| |Thomas Watts+ (or Wattes)
| Billericay+, Essex
| linen draper
| burnt 10 June 1555
| Chelmsford+, Essex+
|

| 21.
| |John Ardeley+ (or Ardite)
| Wigborough+, Essex
| husbandman
| burnt 30 May 1555 (or 'about 10 June', according to Foxe)
| Rayleigh, Essex+
|

| 22.
| |John Simson+
| Wigborough+, Essex
| husbandman
| burnt 30 May 1555 (or 'about 10 June', according to Foxe)
| Rochford+, Essex+
| Thomas Bryce, "The Regester" in Edward Farr, ed., . 1845.. Exclassics.com. Retrieved on 2013-05-17.

| 23.
| |Nicholas Chamberlain+ (or Chamberlaine)
| Coggeshall+, Essex+
| weaver
| burnt 14 June 1555
| Colchester+, Essex+
| .Exclassics.com. Retrieved on 2013-05-17.

| 24.
| |William Bamford+ (or Butler)
| Coggeshall+, Essex+
| weaver
| burnt 15 June 1555
| Harwich+, Essex+
|

| 25.
| |Thomas Ormond+ (or Osmande)
| Coggeshall+, Essex+
| fuller
| burnt 15 June 1555
| Manningtree+, Essex+
|

| 26.
| |John Bradford+
| City of London+
| clergyman - prebendary of St Paul's Cathedral+
| burnt 1 July 1555
| Smithfield, London+
| . Exclassics.com. Retrieved on 2013-05-17.

| 27.
| |John Leaf+ (or Jhon Least)
| Christ Church Greyfriars+, London (born in Kirkby Moorside+, Yorkshire
| apprentice tallow chandler
| burnt 1 July 1555
| Smithfield, London+
|

|
| |The Canterbury Martyrs+

| 28.
| |John Bland+ (or Blande)
| Rolvenden+, Kent
| clergyman - vicar of Rolvenden+, Kent
| burnt 12 July 1555
| Canterbury+, Kent
|

| 29.
| |Nicholas Shetterden+ (or Shitterdun)
|
|
| burnt 12 July 1555
| Canterbury+, Kent
|

| 30.
| |John Frankesh+
| Adisham+, Kent
| clergyman - parson of Adisham+, Kent
| burnt 12 July 1555
| Canterbury+, Kent
| . Exclassics.com. Retrieved on 2013-05-18.

| 31.
| |Humphrey Middleton+
| Ashford, Kent+
|
| burnt 12 July 1555
| Canterbury+, Kent
|

| 32.
| |Nicholas Hall
| Dartford+, Kent
| bricklayer
| burnt 19 July 1555
| Rochester, Kent+
|

| 33.
| |Christopher Wade+
| Dartford+, Kent
| linen-weaver
| burnt July 1555
| Dartford+, Kent
| . Exclassics.com. Retrieved on 2013-05-18.

| 34.
| |Margaret Polley+ (or Margery)
| Pepeling, Calais+
| widow
| burnt 17 July 1555
| Royal Tunbridge Wells, Kent+
|

| 35.
| |Dirick Carver+ (also spelt Deryk, also known as Dirick Harman)
| Brighthelmstone+ (now Brighton), Sussex
| beer-brewer
| burnt 22 July 1555,
| Lewes+, East Sussex+
| . Lewes Bonfire Celebrations. Retrieved on 2012-08-16.. Exclassics.com. Retrieved on 2013-05-18.

| 36.
| |John Launder+
| Godstone+, Surrey+
| husbandman
| burnt 23 July 1555
| Stenning+, West Sussex
|

| 37.
| |Thomas Euerson+ (or Iueson, Iverson or Iveson)
| Godstone+, Surrey
| carpenter
| burnt (day unknown) July 1555
| Chichester+, West Sussex
| . Exclassics.com. Retrieved on 2013-05-18.

| 38.
| |Richard Hook+ (or Hooke)
|
| lame man
| burnt unknown date in July 1555
| Chichester+, West Sussex
| . Exclassics.com. Retrieved on 2013-05-19.

| 39.
| |James Abbess+
| Stoke-by-Nayland+, Suffolk
| shoemaker
| burnt 2 August 1555
| Thetford, Norfolk+ (or Bury+, according to Foxe)
|

| 40.
| |John Denley+
| Maidstone+, Kent
| gentleman
| burnt 8 August 1555
| Uxbridge+, Middlesex
|

| 41.
| |Robert Smith+
| Windsor, Berkshire+
| clerk at the college in Windsor, Berkshire+ and painter
| burnt 8 August 1555
| Uxbridge+, Middlesex
|

| 42.
| |William Coker
|
|
| burned 23 August 1555
| Canterbury+, Kent
| . Exclassics.com. Retrieved on 2013-05-19.

| 43.
| |William Hopper
| Cranbrook, Kent+
|
| burned 23 August 1555
| Canterbury+, Kent
|

| 44.
| |Henry Laurence
|
|
| burned 23 August 1555
| Canterbury+, Kent
|

| 45.
| |Richard Collier (or Colliar)
|
|
| burned 23 August 1555
| Canterbury+, Kent
|

| 46.
| |Richard Wright
| Ashford, Kent+
|
| burned 23 August 1555
| Canterbury+, Kent
|

| 47.
| |William Stere
| Ashford, Kent+
|
| burned 23 August 1555
| Canterbury+, Kent
|

| 48.
| |Elizabeth Warne+ (or Warren)
| Walbrook+, London
| widow of John Warne, upholsterer
| burnt 23 August 1555
| Stratford-atte-Bow+, London
|

| 49.
| |Roger Hues (alias Curryer) (or Corier)
| St Mary's, Taunton+, Somerset
|
| burnt 24 August 1555
| Taunton+, Somerset
|

| 50.
| |George Tankerfield+
| London (born in York+)
| cook
| burnt 26 August 1555
| St Albans+
|

| 51.
| |Patrick Pakingham+ (or Packingham, Pachingham or Pattenham)
|
|
| burnt 28 August 1555
| Uxbridge+, Middlesex
|

| 52.
| |John Newman
| Maidstone+, Kent
| pewterer
| burnt 31 August 1555
| Saffron Walden+, Essex
|

| 53.
| |Robert Samuel+ (or Samuell)
| Barfold+, Suffolk
| clergyman - minister at Barfold+, Suffolk
| burnt 31 August 1555
| Thetford, Norfolk+
|

| 54.
| |Stephen Harwood+
| Ware, Hertfordshire+
| brewer
| burnt 30 August 1555
| Straford in Essex+
| . Exclassics.com. Retrieved on 2013-05-19.

| 55.
| |Thomas Fust+ (or Fusse)
|
| hosier,
| August 1555
| In the environs of London or Ware+
|

| 56.
| |William Hale+ (or Hailes)
| Thorpe+, Essex,
|
| late August 1555
| In the environs of Barnet, London+
|

| 57.
| |William Allen
| Somerton, Norfolk+
| labourer
| burnt early September 1555
| Walsingham+, Norfolk
|

| 58.
| |Roger Coe+ (or Coo or Cooe)
| Melford+, Suffolk
| shearman
| burnt date unknown September 1555
| Yoxford+, Suffolk
|

| 59.
| |Thomas Cob+
| Haverhill, Suffolk+
| butcher
| burnt date unknown September 1555
| Thetford, Norfolk+
|

| 60.
| |George Catmer+ (or Painter)
| Hythe, Kent+
|
| burnt about 6 September 1555, according to Foxe (or 12 July 1555)
| Canterbury+, Kent
| . Granger.com. Retrieved on 2012-08-16.. Machadoink.com (1907-10-16). Retrieved on 2012-08-16.

| 61.
| |Robert Streater (or Streter)
| Hythe, Kent+
|
| burnt about 6 September 1555, according to Foxe (or 12 July 1555)
| Canterbury+, Kent
|

| 62.
| |Anthony Burward+
| Calete (possibly Calais)
|
| burnt about 6 September 1555, according to Foxe (or 12 July 1555)
| Canterbury+, Kent
|

| 63.
| |George Brodbridge+ (or Bradbridge)
| Bromfield+, Kent
|
| burnt about 6 September 1555, according to Foxe (or 12 July 1555)
| Canterbury+, Kent
|

| 64.
| |James Tutty+ (or Tuttey)
| Brenchley+, Kent
|
| burnt about 6 September 1555, according to Foxe (or 12 July 1555)
| Canterbury+, Kent
|

| 65.
| |Robert Glover+ (or Glouer)
| Mancetter+, Warwickshire
| gentleman
| burnt 14 September 1555
| Coventry+, Warwickshire
|

| 66.
| |Cornelius Bongey (or Bungey)+
|
| capper
| burnt 20 September 1555
| Coventry+, Warwickshire
|

| 67.
| |Thomas Hayward (or Heywarde)+
|
|
| burnt mid September 1555
| Lichfield+, Staffordshire
| . Exclassics.com. Retrieved on 2012-08-16.

| 68.
| |John Goreway+
| Holy Trinity Parish, Coventry+, Warwickshire
|
| burnt mid September 1555
| Lichfield+, Staffordshire
|

| 69.
| |William Wolsey+
|
| constable, one of the Wisbech Martyrs,
| burnt 16 October 1555
| Cathedral Green, Ely, Cambridgeshire+
| . Exclassics.com. Retrieved on 2013-05-19.

| 70.
| |Robert Pygot+ (or Pigot)
| Wisbech+, Cambridgeshire
| painter
| burnt 16 October 1555
| Cathedral Green, Ely, Cambridgeshire+
|

| 71.
| |Hugh Latimer+ (or Latymer)
| Baxterley+, Warwickshire
| clergyman - chaplain to King Edward VI
| burnt 16 October 1555
| outside Balliol College, Oxford+
|

| 72.
| |Nicholas Ridley+
| Fulham Palace+
| Bishop of London+ under Edward VI
| burnt 16 October 1555
| outside Balliol College, Oxford+
| Exclassics.com. Retrieved on 2013-05-18.

| 73.
| |John Webbe (or Web)
|
| gentleman
| burnt 30 November 1555
| Canterbury+, Kent
|

| 74.
| |George Roper
|
|
| burnt 30 November 1555
| Canterbury+, Kent
| . Exclassics.com. Retrieved on 2013-05-19.

| 75.
| |Gregory Parke+ (or Paynter)
|
|
| burnt 30 November 1555
| Canterbury+, Kent
|

| 76.
| |John Philpot+
| Winchester, Hampshire+
| clergyman - Archdeacon of Winchester
| burnt 18 December 1555
| Smithfield, London+
|

| 77.
| |Thomas Whittle+ (or Whitwell)
| Essex+
| clergyman - priest or minister
| burnt 27 January 1556
| Smithfield, London+
|

| 78.
| |Bartlett Green (or Bartholomew Green)+
| Temple, London+ - born in Basinghall+, London
| gentleman and lawyer
| burnt 27 January 1556
| Smithfield, London+
|

| 79.
| |Thomas Brown+
| St Bride's+ parish, Fleet Street, London - born in Histon+, Cambridgeshire
|
| burnt 27 January 1556
| Smithfield, London+
|

| 80.
| |John Tudson+
| St Mary Botolph+ parish, London - born in Ipswich+, Suffolk
| artificer
| burnt 27 January 1556
| Smithfield, London+
| Exclassics.com. Retrieved on 2013-05-22.

| 81.
| |John Went (or Winter or Hunt)
| Langham, Essex+
| artificer
| burnt 27 January 1556
| Smithfield, London+
|

| 82.
| |Isobella Forster (or Annis Foster)+
| St Bride's+ parish, Fleet Street, London - Born in Greystoke+, Cumberland
| wife of John Foster, cutler
| burnt 27 January 1556
| Smithfield, London+
|

| 83.
| |Joan Lushford (or Jone Lashforde)+ (or Warne)
| Little Allhallows+ parish, Thames Street, London
| maid
| burnt 27 January 1556
| Smithfield, London+
|

| 84.
| |John Lomas (or Jhon Lowmas)+
| Tenterden+, Kent
|
| burnt 31 January 1556
| Wincheap+, Canterbury
| Exclassics.com. Retrieved on 2013-05-22.

| 85.
| |Annes Snoth (or Annis Snod)+
| Smarden+, Kent
| widow
| burnt 31 January 1556
| Wincheap+, Canterbury
|

| 86.
| |Anne Wright (or Albright)+ alias Champnes
|
|
| burnt 31 January 1556
| Wincheap+,Canterbury
|

| 87.
| |Joan Sole (or Jone Soale)+
| Horton+, Kent
| wife
| burnt 31 January 1556
| Wincheap+, Canterbury
|

| 88.
| |Joan Catmer+
| Hythe, Kent+
| 'wife (as it should seem) of George Catmer', burnt in 1555
| burnt 31 January 1556
| Wincheap+, Canterbury
|

| 89.
| |Agnes Potten+
| Ipswich+, Suffolk
| wife of Robert Potten
| burnt 19 February 1556
| Ipswich+, Cornhill
| Exclassics.com. Retrieved on 2013-05-22.

| 90.
| |Joan Trunchfield+
| Ipswich+, Suffolk
| wife of Michael Trunchfield, a shoemaker
| burnt 19 February 1556
| Ipswich+, Cornhill
|

| 91.
| |Thomas Cranmer+
| Lambeth Palace+
| former Archbishop of Canterbury
| burnt 21 March 1556
| outside Balliol College, Oxford+
|

| 92.
| |John Maundrel+
| Beckhampton+, Wiltshire - brought up in Rowde+, Wiltshire
| husbandman
| burnt 24 March 1556
| outside Salisbury+, Wiltshire
|

| 93.
| |William Coberly+
| Wiltshire+
| tailor
| burnt 24 March 1556
| outside Salisbury+, Wiltshire
| Exclassics.com. Retrieved on 2013-05-22.

| 94.
| |John Spicer+ (or Spencer)
| Winston, Suffolk+
| freemason or bricklayer
| burnt 24 March 1556
| outside Salisbury+, Wiltshire
|

| 95.
| |John Harpole+
| St Nicholas Parish+, Rochester, Kent+
|
| burnt 1 April 1556
| Rochester, Kent+
| Exclassics.com. Retrieved on 2013-05-22.

| 96.
| |Joan Beach+
| Tunbridge Wells+, Kent
| widow
| burnt 1 April 1556
| Rochester, Kent+
|

| 97.
| |John Hullier+ (or Hulliarde)
| Babraham+, Cambridgeshire
| clergyman - curate of Babraham+, Cambridgeshire
| burnt 16 April 1556
| Cambridge+, Cambridgeshire
|

| 98.
| |William Tyms+ (or Timmes)
| Hockley+, Essex
| clergyman - curate of Hockley+, Essex
| burnt 24 April 1556
| Smithfield, London+
|

| 99.
| |Robert Drake
| Thundersley+, Essex
| clergyman - minister or parson of Thundersley+, Essex
| burnt 24 April 1556
| Smithfield, London+
| Exclassics.com. Retrieved on 2013-05-22.

| 100.
| |Richard Spurge+
| Bocking, Essex+
| shearman
| burnt 24 April 1556
| Smithfield, London+
|

| 101.
| |Thomas Spurge+
| Bocking, Essex+
| fuller
| burnt 24 April 1556
| Smithfield, London+
|

| 102.
| |George Ambrose+
| Bocking, Essex+
| fuller
| burnt 24 April 1555
| Smithfield, London+
|

| 103.
| |John Cavel+ (or Cauell)
| Bocking, Essex+
| weaver
| burnt 24 April 1556
| Smithfield, London+
|

| 104.
| |Christopher Lister
| Dagenham+, Essex
| husbandman
| burnt 28 April 1556
| Colchester+, Essex
| Exclassics.com. Retrieved on 2013-05-22.

| 105.
| |John Mace
| Colchester+, Essex
| apothecary
| burnt 28 April 1556
| Colchester+, Essex
|

| 106.
| |John Spencer
| Colchester+, Essex
| weaver
| burnt 28 April 1556
| Colchester+, Essex
|

| 107.
| |Simon Joyne
|
| sawyer
| burnt 28 April 1556
| Colchester+, Essex
|

| 108.
| |Richard Nicol
| Colchester+, Essex
| weaver
| burnt 28 April 1556
| Colchester+, Essex
|

| 109.
| |John Hamond
| Colchester+, Essex
| tanner
| burnt 28 April 1556
| Colchester+, Essex
|

| 110.
| |Hugh Laverock+ (or Lauarocke)
| Barking+, Essex
| painter, (a lame man)
| burnt 15 May 1556
| Stratford in Essex+
| Exclassics.com. Retrieved on 2013-05-22.

| 111.
| |John Apprice+ (or Aprice)
|
| blind man
| burnt 15 May 1556
| Stratford-Atte-Bow+ or Stratford in Essex+
|

| 112.
| |Thomas Drowry+
|
| blind boy
| burnt about 15 May 1556
| Gloucester+, Gloucestershire
| Exclassics.com. Retrieved on 2013-05-24

| 113.
| |Thomas Croker+
|
| bricklayer
| burnt about 15 May 1556
| Gloucester+, Gloucestershire
|

| 114.
| |Katherine Hut+
| Bocking+, Essex
| widow
| burnt 16 May 1556
| Smithfield, London+
|

| 115.
| |Elizabeth Thackvel+
| Great Burstead+, Essex
| maid
| burnt 16 May 1556
| Smithfield, London+
|

| 116.
| |Joan (or Jone) Horns+
| Billericay+, Essex
| maid
| burnt 16 May 1556
| Smithfield, London+
|

| 117.
| |Thomas Spicer
| Winston, Suffolk+
| labourer
| burnt 21 May 1556
| Beccles+, Suffolk
| Exclassics.com. Retrieved on 2013-05-24

| 118.
| |John Deny+ (or Denny) (possibly a female Joan or Jone)
| Beccles+, Suffolk
|
| burnt 21 May 1556
| Beccles+, Suffolk
|

| 119.
| |Edmund Poole+
| Beccles+, Suffolk
|
| burnt 21 May 1556
| Beccles+, Suffolk
|

| 120.
| |Thomas Harland+
| Woodmancote+, Sussex
| carpenter
| burnt 6 June 1556
| Lewes+, Sussex
| . Exclassics.com. Retrieved on 2013-05-24. Exclassics.com. Retrieved on 2013-05-24

| 121.
| |John Oswald (or Oseward)
| Woodmancote+, Sussex
| husbandman
| burnt 6 June 1556
| Lewes+, Sussex
|

| 122.
| |Thomas Reed
| Ardingly+, Sussex
|
| burnt about 6 June 1556
| Lewes+, Sussex
|

| 123.
| |Thomas Avington+ (or Euington)
| Ardingly+, Sussex
| turner
| burnt about 6 June 1556
| Lewes+, Sussex
|

| 124.
| |Adam Forster+ (or Foster)
| Mendlesham+, Suffolk
| husbandman
| burnt 17 June 1556
| Bury St Edmunds+, Suffolk
|

| 125.
| |Robert Lawson
|
| linen weaver
| burnt 17 June 1556
| Bury St Edmunds+, Suffolk
|

| 126.
| |Thomas Wood/...'Whod'+
|
| clergyman - pastor
| burnt about 20 June 1556
| Lewes+, Sussex
|

| 127.
| |Thomas Milles
| Hellingly+, Sussex
|
| burnt about 20 June 1556
| Lewes+, Sussex
|

| 128.
| |Thomas Moor+
|
| servant and husbandman
| burnt 26 June 1556
| Leicester+, Leicestershire
|

|
| The Stratford Martyrs+, 11 men and 2 women.

| 129.
| |Henry Adlington/Addlinton+
| Grinstead, Sussex
| sawyer
| burnt about 27 June 1556
| Stratford-Atte-Bow+
|

| 130.
| |Lawrence/Laurence Parnam+
| Hoddesdon+, Hertfordshire
| smith
| burnt about 27 June 1556
| Stratford-Atte-Bow+
|

| 131.
| |Henry Wye+
| Stanford-le-Hope+, Essex
| brewer
| burnt about 27 June 1556
| Stratford-Atte-Bow+
|

| 132.
| |William Hallywell/Holywell+
| Waltham Holy Cross+, Essex,
| smith
| burnt about 27 June 1556
| Stratford-Atte-Bow+
|

| 133.
| |Thomas Bowyer/Bowier+
| Great Dunmow+, Essex
| weaver
| burnt about 27 June 1556
| Stratford-Atte-Bow+
|

| 134.
| |George Searle
| White Notley+, Essex
| tailor
| burnt about 27 June 1556
| Stratford-Atte-Bow+
|

| 135.
| |Edmond Hurst+
| St James's parish, Colchester+
| labourer
| burnt about 27 June 1556
| Stratford-Atte-Bow+
|

| 136.
| |Lyon/Lion Cawch+
| City of London+
| merchant/broker
| burnt about 27 June 1556
| Stratford-Atte-Bow+
|

| 137.
| |Ralph Jackson
| Chipping Ongar+, Essex,
| serving-man
| burnt about 27 June 1556
| Stratford-Atte-Bow+
|

| 138.
| |John Derifall/Dorifall+
| Rettendon+, Essex
| labourer
| burnt about 27 June 1556
| Stratford-Atte-Bow+
|

| 139.
| |John Routh/Roth+
| Wickes, Essex+
| labourer
| burnt about 27 June 1556
| Stratford-Atte-Bow+
|

| 140.
| |Elizabeth Pepper
| St James's parish, Colchester+
| wife of Thomas Pepper, weaver
| burnt about 27 June 1556
| Stratford-Atte-Bow+
|

| 141.
| |Agnes George+
| West Barefold+, Essex
| wife of Richard George, husbandman
| burnt about 27 June 1556
| Stratford-Atte-Bow+
| Exclassics.com. Retrieved on 2013-05-24

| 142.
| |Roger Bernard+
| Framsden+, Suffolk
| labourer
| burnt 30 June 1556
| Bury St Edmunds+, Suffolk
|

| 143.
| |Julian Palmer+
| Reading, Berkshire+
| schoolmaster
| burnt about 15 July 1556
| 'The Sand-pits', Nr Newbury, Berkshire+
| Exclassics.com. Retrieved on 2013-05-26

| 144.
| |John Guin/Jhon Gwin+
|
| shoemaker
| burnt about 15 July 1556
| 'The Sand-pits', Nr Newbury, Berkshire+
|

| 145.
| |Thomas Askin/Askue+
|
|
| burnt about 15 July 1556
| 'The Sand-pits', Nr Newbury, Berkshire+
|

|
|The Guernsey Martyrs+ - (Three women and one unborn male foetus)

| 146.
| |Catherine Cauches (sometimes spelt Katherine Cawches)
| St Peter Port+, Guernsey+, Channel Islands+
|
| burnt 18 July 1556
| St Peter Port+, Guernsey+, Channel Islands+
|

| 147.
| |Perotine Massey (pregnant with male foetus)
| St Peter Port+, Guernsey+, Channel Islands+
|
| burnt 18 July 1556
| St Peter Port+, Guernsey+, Channel Islands+
| Exclassics.com. Retrieved on 2013-05-26

| 148.
| |Guillemine Gilbert
| St Peter Port+, Guernsey+, Channel Islands+
|
| burnt 18 July 1556
| St Peter Port+, Guernsey+, Channel Islands+
|

| 149.
| |Thomas Dungate+ (or Dougate)
| East Grinstead+, Sussex
|
| burnt 18 July 1556
| Grinstead, Sussex
|

| 150.
| |John Forman+ (or Foreman)
| East Grinstead+, Sussex
|
| burnt 18 July 1556
| Grinstead, Sussex
| Exclassics.com. Retrieved on 2013-05-26. Tudorstuff.wordpress.com. Retrieved on 2012-08-16.

| 151.
| |Anne Tree+ (or Try)
| East Grinstead+, Sussex
|
| burnt 18 July 1556
| Grinstead, Sussex
|

| 152.
| |Joan Waste+
| All Hallows', Derby+, Derbyshire
| blind woman
| burnt 1 August 1556
| Derby+, Derbyshire
|

| 153.
| |Edward Sharp+
|
| possibly a glover
| burnt early September 1556
| Bristol+, Gloucestershire/Somerset
|

| 154.
| |Rose Pencell
|
|
| burnt 17 October 1555
| Bristol+
|

| 155.
| |William Shapton
|
| weaver
| burnt 17 October 1555
| Bristol+
|

| 156.
| |John Kurde
| Syresham+, Northamptonshire
| shoemaker
| burnt October 1556 or 20 September 1557
| Northampton+, Northamptonshire+
|

| 157.
| |John Noyes
| Laxfield+, Suffolk+
| shoemaker
| burnt 22 September 1556 or 1557
|
| Exclassics.com. Retrieved on 2013-05-29

| 158.
| |Thomas Ravensdale
|
|
| burnt 24 September 1556
| Mayfield+, Sussex
|

| 159.
| |John Hart
|
|
| burnt 24 September 1556
| Mayfield+, Sussex
|

| 160.
| |Unknown man
|
| shoemaker
| burnt 24 September 1556
| Mayfield+, Sussex
|

| 161.
| |Unknown man
|
| currier
| burnt 24 September 1556
| Mayfield+, Sussex
|

| 162.
| |Nicholas Holden
| Withyham+, Sussex
| weaver
| burnt 24 September 1556
| Mayfield+, Sussex
|

| 163.
| |Unknown man
|
| carpenter
| burnt 25 September 1556
| Bristol+, Gloucestershire/Somerset
|

| 164.
| |John Horn
|
|
| burnt late September 1556
| Wotton-under-Edge+, Gloucestershire
|

| 165.
| John Phillpott
| Tenterden+, Kent
|
| burnt 16 January 1557
| Wye, Ashford, Kent+
|

| 166.
| Thomas Stephens
| Biddenden+, Kent
|
| burnt 16 January 1557
| Wye, Ashford, Kent+
|

| 167.
| Stephen Kempe
| Norgate+, Kent
|
| burnt 15 January 1557
| Canterbury+, Kent
|

| 168.
| William Waterer
| Biddenden+, Kent
|
| burnt 15 January 1557
| Canterbury+, Kent
|

| 169.
| William Prowting
| Thornham+, Kent
|
| burnt 15 January 1557
| Canterbury+, Kent
|

| 170.
| William Lowick
| Cranbrooke+, Kent
|
| burnt 15 January 1557
| Canterbury+, Kent
|

| 171.
| Thomas Hudson
| Selling, Kent+
|
| burnt 15 January 1557
| Canterbury+, Kent
|

| 172.
| William Hay
| Hythe, Kent+
|
| burnt 15 January 1557
| Canterbury+, Kent
|

| 173.
| Nicholas Final
| Tenterden+, Kent
|
| burnt 16 January 1557
| Ashford, Kent+
|

| 174.
| Matthew Bradbridge
| Tenterden+, Kent
|
| burnt 16 January 1557
| Ashford, Kent+
|

| 175.
| William Carman (or Carmen) (brother of Thomas Carman burned 19 May 1558)
|
|
| burnt day and month unknown 1557
|
|

| 176.
| Thomas Loseby
|
|
| burnt 12 April 1557
| Smithfield, London+
| Exclassics.com. Retrieved on 2013-05-27

| 177.
| Henry Ramsey
|
|
| burnt 12 April 1557
| Smithfield, London+
|

| 178.
| Thomas Thyrtell/Sturtle
|
|
| burnt 12 April 1557
| Smithfield, London+
|

| 179.
| Margaret Hyde
|
|
| burnt 12 April 1557
| Smithfield, London+
|

| 180.
| Agnes Stanley/Stanlye
|
|
| burnt 12 April 1557
| Smithfield, London+
|

| 181.
| Richard Sharpe+
|
| weaver
| burnt 7 May 1557
| Cotham, Bristol+
| Exclassics.com. Retrieved on 2013-05-31

| 182.
| Thomas Hale
|
| shoemaker
| burnt 7 May 1557
| Cotham, Bristol+
|

| 183.
| Stephen Gratwick (or Steuen Grathwick)
| Brighthelmstone+ (now Brighton), Sussex
|
| burnt at end of May 1557
| St. George's Fields+, Southwark+, Surrey
|

| 184.
| William Morant
|
|
| burnt at end of May 1557
| St. George's Fields+, Southwark+, Surrey
| Blanchard, A. ''''. Buffalo, NY: N. G. Ellis, 1845. Exclassics.com. Retrieved on 2013-05-27

| 185.
| Thomas King
|
|
| burnt at end of May 1557
| St. George's Fields+, Southwark+, Surrey
|

| 186.
| Joan/Jone Bradbridge
| Staplehurst+, Kent
|
| burnt 18 June 1557
| Maidstone+, Kent
|

| 187.
| Walter Appleby
| Maidstone+, Kent
|
| burnt 18 June 1557
| Maidstone+, Kent
|

| 188.
| Petronil Appleby
| Maidstone+, Kent
| wife of Walter Appleby
| burnt 18 June 1557
| Maidstone+, Kent
|

| 189.
| Edmund Allin/Allen+
| Maplehurst Mill, Frittenden+, Kent
| miller
| burnt 18 June 1557
| Maidstone+, Kent
|

| 190.
| Katherine Allin/Allen+
| Maplehurst Mill, Frittenden+, Kent
| Wife of Edmund Allin/Allen, miller
| burnt 18 June 1557
| Maidstone+, Kent
|

| 191.
| Joan/Jone Manning
| Maidstone+, Kent
|
| burnt 18 June 1557
| Maidstone+, Kent
|

| 192.
| Elizabeth (surname possibly 'Lewis')
|
| blind maid
| burnt 18 June 1557
| Maidstone+, Kent
|

| 193.
| John Fishcock/Jhon Fiscoke
|
|
| burnt 19 or 21 June 1557
| Canterbury+, Kent
|

| 194.
| Nicholas White
|
|
| burnt 19 or 21 June 1557
| Canterbury+, Kent
|

| 195.
| Nicholas Pardue/Perdue
|
|
| burnt 19 or 21 June 1557
| Canterbury+, Kent
|

| 196.
| Barbara Final
|
|
| burnt 19 June 1557
| Canterbury+, Kent
|

| 197.
| Bradbridge's Widow (Bradbridge's Wife)
|
|
| burnt 19 or 22 June 1557
| Canterbury+, Kent
|

| 198.
| Mistress Wilson (also referred to as 'Wilson's Wife')
|
|
| burnt 19 or 22 June 1557
| Canterbury+, Kent
|

| 199.
| Alice Benden, possibly also referred to as 'Benson's Wife'
|
|
| burnt 19 or 22 June 1557
| Canterbury+, Kent
|

| 200.
| Richard Woodman+
| Warbleton+, Sussex
| iron-maker
| burnt 22 or 23 June 1557
| Lewes+, Sussex
| Exclassics.com. Retrieved on 2013-05-27

| 201.
| George Stevens/Steuens+
| Warbleton+, Sussex
|
| burnt about 22 or 25 June 1557
| Lewes+, Sussex
|

| 202.
| William Mainard+
| Mayfield+, Sussex
|
| burnt about 22 or 25 June 1557
| Lewes+, Sussex
|

| 203.
| Alexander Hosman+
| Mayfield+, Sussex
| servant of William Mainard
| burnt about 22 or 25 June 1557
| Lewes+, Sussex
|

| 204.
| Thomasina Wood+
| Mayfield+, Sussex
| maidservant of William Mainard
| burnt about 22 or 26 June 1557
| Lewes+, Sussex
|

| 205.
| Marcery/Margery/Margaret Morris+ (or Morice)
| Heathfield+, Sussex
|
| burnt about 22 or 26 June 1557
| Lewes+, Sussex
|

| 206.
| James Morris (or Morice) - son of Marcery+
| Heathfield+, Sussex
|
| burnt about 22 June 1557
| Lewes+, Sussex
|

| 207.
| Denis Burcis+ (or Burgis)
| Buxted+, Sussex
|
| burnt about 22 June 1557
| Lewes+, Sussex
|

| 208.
| Ann Ashdown/Ashdon+ (also referred to as 'Ashdon's Wife')
| Rotherfield+, Sussex
|
| burnt about 22 June 1557
| Lewes+, Sussex
|

| 209.
| Mary Groves/Gloue's+ (also referred to as 'Gloue's Wife')
| Lewes+, Sussex
|
| burnt about 22 June 1557
| Lewes+, Sussex
|

| 210.
| Simon Miller (or Milner)
| Lynn+, Norfolk
|
| burnt 13 July 1557
| Norwich+, Norfolk
| . Biblestudytools.com. Retrieved on 2012-08-16.

| 211.
| Elizabeth Cooper
| St Andrew's Parish, Norwich+, Norfolk
| wife of a pewterer
| burnt 13 July 1557
| Norwich+, Norfolk
| (which calls her 'a woman')

| 212.
| George Egles/Eagles
|
|
| hung, drawn and quartered, August 1557
| Chelmsford, Essex+
| Exclassics.com. Retrieved on 2013-05-29

|
| The Colchester Martyrs+

| 213.
| William Bongeor
| St Nicholas Parish+, Colchester+, Essex
| glazier
| burnt 2 August 1557
| Colchester+, Essex
|

| 214.
| William Purchase (or Purcas)
| Bocking+, Essex
| fuller
| burnt 2 August 1557
| Colchester+, Essex
|

| 215.
| Thomas Benhote (or Benold)
| Colchester+, Essex
| tallow-chandler
| burnt 2 August 1557
| Colchester+, Essex
|

| 216.
| Agnes Silverside (or Smith)
| Colchester+, Essex
| widow
| burnt 2 August 1557
| Colchester+, Essex
|

| 217.
| Helen (or Ellen) Ewring
| Colchester+, Essex
| wife of John Ewring, miller
| burnt 2 August 1557
| Colchester+, Essex
|

| 218.
| Elizabeth Folk
| Colchester+, Essex
| 'young maiden' and servant
| burnt 2 August 1557
| Colchester+, Essex
|

| 219.
| William Munt (or Mount)
| Much Bentley+, Essex
|
| burnt 2 August 1557
| Colchester+, Essex
|

| 220.
| Alice Munt (or Mount)
| Much Bentley+, Essex
| wife of William Munt (or Mount)
| burnt 2 August 1557
| Colchester+, Essex
|

| 221.
| Rose Allen
| Much Bentley+, Essex
| spinster, daughter of Alice Mount
| burnt 2 August 1557
| Colchester+, Essex
| Exclassics.com. Retrieved on 2013-05-29

| 222.
| John Johnson (or Aliker)
| Thorpe+, Essex
| labourer
| burnt 2 August 1557
| Colchester+, Essex
|

| 223.
| Richard Crashfield
| Wymondham+, Norfolk
|
| burnt 5 August 1557
| Norwich, Norfolk+
| which records 'one at Norwich' in July Exclassics.com. Retrieved on 2013-05-29

| 224.
| Father Fruier
|
|
| burnt August 1557
| Rochester, Kent+
|

| 225.
| Robert Stevenson
|
|
| burnt August 1557
| Rochester, Kent+
|

| 226.
| Sister of George Eagles
|
|
| burnt August 1557
| Rochester, Kent+
|

| 227.
| Unknown Woman
|
|
| burnt August 1557
| Rochester, Kent+
|

| 228.
| Thomas Benion
|
| weaver
| burnt 27 August 1557
| Bristol+
|

| 229.
| Joyce Lewis
| Mancetter+, Warwickshire
| gentlewoman
| burnt September 1557
| Lichfield+, Staffordshire
| - may be the same as Joyce Bowes, August 1557 (the Regester)

| 230.
| Ralph Allerton/Rafe Glaiton
| Much Bentley+, Essex
|
| burnt 17 September 1557
| Islington+
| Exclassics.com. Retrieved on 2013-05-29

| 231.
| James Austoo/Auscoo
|
|
| burnt 17 September 1557
| Islington+
|

| 232.
| Margery Austoo/Auscoo
|
|
| burnt 17 September 1557
| Islington+
|

| 233.
| Richard Roth/Rooth
|
|
| burnt 17 September 1557
| Islington+
|

| 234.
| Agnes Bongeor/An Banger (also known as Bowmer's Wife), wife of Richard Bongeor -(similar name but different d.date)
|
|
| burnt 17 September (or unknown date July)
| Chichester+, Essex
| (or March 1558, Colchester+)

| 235.
| Margaret Thurston/Widow Thurston-similar name but different d.date)
|
|
| burnt 17 September (or unknown date July)
| Chichester+, Essex
| (or March 1558, Colchester+)

| 236.
| Cicely Ormes+
| St Edmund's Parish, Norwich+, Norfolk
| wife of Edmund Ormes, worsted-weaver
| burnt 23 September 1557
| Norwich+, Norfolk
| . Martyrs.ca. Retrieved on 2012-08-16. Exclassics.com. Retrieved on 2013-05-29

| 237.
| Thomas Spurdance
|
| one of Queen Mary's servants
| burnt November 1557
| Bury St Edmunds+, Suffolk
|

| 238.
| John Halingdale/Hallingdale/Hollingday
|
| carpenter
| burnt, 18 November/or day unknown October 1557,
| Smithfield, London+
| Exclassics.com. Retrieved on 2013-05-29

| 239.
| William Sparrow
|
|
| burnt, 18 November/or day unknown October 1557
| Smithfield, London+
|

| 240.
| Richard Gibson
|
| gentleman
| burnt, 18 November/or day unknown October 1557
| Smithfield, London+
|

| 241.
| John Rough/Jhon Roughe
| London/Islington+, Middlesex
| clergyman - minister at London/Islington+, Middlesex
| burnt 22 December 1557
| Smithfield, London+
| Exclassics.com. Retrieved on 2013-05-29

| 242.
| Margaret Maring/Mering
|
|
| burnt 22 December 1557
| Smithfield, London+
|

| 243.
| ... Lawton
|
|
| burnt March 1558
| Huntingdon+, Huntingdonshire+
|

| 244.
| Cuthbert Symson/Symion+
| London/Islington+, Middlesex
| clergyman - deacon of the church in London/Islington+, Middlesex
| died 28 March 1558
| Smithfield, London+
|

| 245.
| Hugh Foxe+
|
| hosier
| died 28 March 1558
| Smithfield, London+
|

| 246.
| John Devinish/Jhon Denneshe+
|
| wool winder
| died 28 March 1558
| Smithfield, London+
|

| 247.
| William Nichol
|
|
| burnt 9 April 1558
| SM9515 Haverfordwest+/Hwlffordd, Pembrokeshire/Sir Benfro
| Exclassics.com. Retrieved on 2013-05-30

| 248.
| William Seaman/Symon+
| Mendlesham+, Suffolk
| husbandman
| burnt 19 May 1558
| Norwich, Norfolk+
| Exclassics.com. Retrieved on 2013-05-30

| 249.
| Thomas Hudson
| Aylsham+, Norfolk
| Glover
| burnt 19 May 1558
| Norwich, Norfolk+
| described as 'Glouer' in

| 250.
| Thomas Carman (brother of William Carman burnt unknown month 1557)+
|
|
| burnt 19 May 1558
| Norwich, Norfolk+
|

| 251.
| William Harris
|
|
| burnt 26 May 1558
| Colchester+
| Exclassics.com. Retrieved on 2013-05-30

| 252.
| Richard Day
|
|
| burnt 26 May 1558
| Colchester+, Essex
|

| 253.
| Christian George+ (female)
|
|
| burnt 26 May 1558
| Colchester+, Essex
| - her husband had previously been married to Agnes George, mentioned above

|
|'The Islington Martyrs'. Exclassics.com. Retrieved on 2012-08-16.

| 254.
| Henry Pond+ (or Houde)
|
|
| burnt 27 June 1558
| Smithfield, London+
|

| 255.
| Reinald Eastland+ (or Launder)
|
|
| burnt 27 June 1558
| Smithfield, London+
|

| 256.
| Robert Southain/Southam+
|
|
| burnt 27 June 1558
| Smithfield, London+
|

| 257.
| Matthew Ricarby/Ricarbie+
|
|
| burnt 27 June 1558
| Smithfield, London+
|

| 258.
| John Floyd/Flood
|
|
| burnt 27 June 1558
| Smithfield, London+
|

| 259.
| John Holiday/Hollyday+
|
|
| burnt 27 June 1558
| Smithfield, London+
|

| 260.
| Roger Holland+
| London (taken in or near St John's Wood+)
| merchant tailor
| burnt 27 June 1558
| Smithfield, London+
|

| 261.
| Sir Richard Yeoman/Yeman+
| Hadleigh, Suffolk+
| clergyman - curate of Hadleigh, Suffolk+
| burnt 10 July 1558
| Norwich, Norfolk+
| . Exclassics.com. Retrieved on 2013-05-30.

| 262.
| Robert Mills
|
|
| burnt on 14 July 1558
| Brentford+, Middlesex
|

| 263.
| Stephen Cotton+
|
|
| burnt 14 July 1558
| Brentford+, Middlesex
|

| 264.
| Robert Dynes
|
|
| burnt 14 July 1558
| Brentford+, Middlesex
|

| 265.
| Stephen Wight/Wreight+
|
|
| burnt 14 July 1558
| Brentford+, Middlesex
|

| 266.
| John Slade
|
|
| burnt 14 July 1558
| Brentford+, Middlesex
|

| 267.
| William Pikes+ (or Pikas/Peckes)
|
| tanner
| burnt 14 July 1558
| Brentford+, Middlesex
|

| 268.
| John Cooke
|
| sawyer
| burnt about 25 July 1558
| Bury St Edmunds+, Suffolk
| . Exclassics.com. Retrieved on 2013-05-31.

| 269.
| Robert Milles+, or Plummer
|
| shearman
| burnt about 25 July 1558
| Bury St Edmunds+
|

| 270.
| Alexander Lane
|
| wheelwright
| burnt about 25 July 1558
| Bury St Edmunds+, Suffolk
|

| 271.
| James Ashley
|
| bachelor
| burnt about 25 July 1558
| Bury St Edmunds+, Suffolk
|

| 272.
| Thomas Benbrike/Benbridge+
|
| gentleman
| burnt unknown day in July 1558
| Winchester, Hampshire+
| . Exclassics.com. Retrieved on 2013-05-30.

| 273.
| Richard Snell
| Bedale+, Yorkshire
|
| burnt 9 September 1558
| Richmond, Yorkshire+
|

| 274.
| Alexander Gooch+ (or Geche) (or Gouch)
| Woodbridge, Suffolk+ or Melton, Suffolk+
| weaver of shredding-coverlets
| burnt 4 November 1558
| Ipswich+ Cornhill
| . Exclassics.com. Retrieved on 2013-05-31.

| 275.
| Alice Driver+
| Grundisburgh+, Suffolk
| wife of a husbandman
| burnt 4 November 1558
| Ipswich+ Cornhill
|

| 276.
| Philip Humphrey/Philip Humfrey+
|
|
| burnt November 1558
| Bury St Edmunds+, Suffolk
| . Exclassics.com. Retrieved on 2013-05-31.

| 277.
| John David/Jhon Dauy+
|
|
| burnt November 1558
| Bury St Edmunds+, Suffolk
|

| 278.
| Henry David/H.Dauy+,(brother of John David)
|
|
| burnt November 1558
| Bury St Edmunds+, Suffolk
|

| 279.
| Agnes Prest+
| Launceston, Cornwall+
|
| burnt 15 August 1557
| Southernhay, Exeter+, Devon,
| Exclassics.com. Retrieved on 2013-05-31

| 280.
| John Corneford+
| Wrotham+, Kent
|
| burnt 15 November 1558
| Canterbury+, Kent
| . Exclassics.com. Retrieved on 2013-05-31.

| 281.
| Christopher Brown
| Maidstone, Kent
|
| burnt 15 November 1558
| Canterbury+
|

| 282.
| John Herst+
| Ashford, Kent+
|
| burnt 15 November 1558
| Canterbury+, Kent
|

| 283.
| Alice Snoth+
|
|
| burnt 15 November 1558
| Canterbury+, Kent
|

| 284.
| Katherine Knight/Tynley+
|
| an aged woman
| burnt 15 November 1558
| Canterbury+
|
|

'''Note:''' Mary I died on 17 November 1558. Many subsequent burnings after this date would have been set in motion before her death, but they are not included here without evidence of the trial being undertaken during her reign. If a trial started during Mary's reign but the judgement was not delivered until after her death, this will be recorded and noted as such.

*Anne Bolton (burnt at Ipswich)
*John Fortune (or Cutler) (of Hintlesham+, Suffolk, blacksmith, either burnt or died in prison) Exclassics.com. Retrieved on 2013-05-26.
* John Warner of Bourne+
* Thomas Athoth, priest 'he may have died in prison, escaped or - less likely - been pardoned.'
* John Ashedon of Catsfield+


* William Tracy of Toddington, Gloucestershire+, 'worshipful esquire', exhumed and burnt, 1532 . Exclassics.com. Retrieved on 2013-08-18.
* John Tooley, poulterer, exhumed and burnt, 4 June 1555
* James Trevisam, died 3 July 1555 and summoned posthumously to appear before the bishop. Exclassics.com. Retrieved on 2013-05-17.
* Catherine+, wife of Peter Martyr Vermigli+, exhumed 1556, Cambridge Exclassics.com. Retrieved on 2013-05-26
* Martin Bucer+, Professor of Divinity, burnt 6 February 1557, Cambridge+
* Paul Fagius+, Lecturer in Hebrew, burnt 6 February 1557, Cambridge+
* Joan Seaman, early 1558, refused burial at Mendlesham+
* John Glover, gentleman, 'about the latter end of Queen Mary', ordered to be exhumed
* William Glover, September 1558, refused burial at Wem+, Shropshire
* Edward Burton, 15 January 1559, refused burial at Shrewsbury+


! No.
! Name
! Residence
! Description
! Date of death
! Place of death
! References

| 1.
| Christopher, a Dutchman
| Antwerp+, Flanders
|
| 1531
| died in prison at Westminster+
|


| 1A.
| John Porter
| Chipping Campden+, Gloucestershire and St Sepulchre's, London+
| tailor
| 1542
| Newgate Prison+, London
| Exclassics.com. Retrieved on 2013-09-08.

| 1B.
| Thomas Sommers
| London+
| merchant
| About 1542
| Tower of London+,
|

| 1C.
| John Alcock (or Awcock)
| Hadleigh, Suffolk+
| shearman
| 2 April 1555
| Newgate Prison+, London
| Exclassics.com. Retrieved on 2013-05-30.

| 2.
| William Minge
|
| clergyman - priest
| 2 July 1555
| Maidstone Prison, Kent+
|

| 3.
| John Aleworth+
|
|
| July 1555
| Reading Prison, Berkshire+
|

| 4.
| ... Tingle
|
|
| September 1555
| Newgate Prison+, London
|

| 5.
| George Kyng (or King)
|
|
| September 1555
| sickened in Lollard's Tower
|

| 6.
| Jhon Lesse+
|
|
| September 1555
| Newgate Prison+, London+
|

| 7.
| John Wade
|
|
| September 1555
| sickened in Lollard's Tower
|

| 8.
| William Androwes (or Andrew)
| Horsley+, Essex
| carpenter
| September 1555
| Newgate Prison+, London
|

| 9.
| James Gore
|
|
| 7 December 1555
| Colchester prison+, Essex
|

| 10.
| William Wiseman
|
| clothworker
| 13 December 1555,
| Lowlar's Tower/Lollard's Tower, Lambeth Palace, London+
|

| 11.
| Margaret Eliot (or Ellis)
| Billericay+, Essex
| maid
| May 1556
| Newgate Prison+, London
|

| 12.
| William Sleeke+ (or Slech)
|
|
| 31 May 1556
| 'King's Bench' Southwark, Surrey+
|

| 13.
| William Adheral+
|
| minister
| 24 June 1556
| 'King's Bench' Southwark, Surrey+
|

| 14.
| John Clemente+
|
| wheelwright
| 26 June 1556
| 'King's Bench' Southwark, Surrey+
|

| 15.
| Thomas Parret+
|
|
| 27 June 1556
| 'King's Bench' Southwark, Surrey+
|

| 16.
| Martyne Hunte+
|
|
| 29 June 1556
| 'King's Bench' Southwark, Surrey+
|

| 17.
| John Morris (or Norice)
|
|
| 29 June 1556
| 'King's Bench' Southwark, Surrey+
| Exclassics.com. Retrieved on 2013-05-26.

| 18.
| John Careless
| Coventry+, Warwickshire
| weaver
| 1 July 1556
| 'King's Bench' Southwark, Surrey+
| Exclassics.com. Retrieved on 2013-05-26.

| 19. - 21.
| William Dangerfield, his wife Joan and their infant child
|
|
|
| sickened in prison
|

| 22. - 24.
| Three people
|
|
| October 1556
| Chichester Castle+, Sussex (or Canterbury Castle+, Kent, according to Knox)
|

| 25.
| John Clark
|
|
| in or after November 1556
| Canterbury Castle+, Kent
|

| 26.
| Dunston Chittenden
|
|
| in or after November 1556
| Canterbury Castle+, Kent
|

| 27.
| William Foster
| Stone+, Kent
|
| in or after November 1556
| Canterbury Castle+, Kent
|

| 28.
| Alice Potkins
| Staplehurst+, Kent
|
| in or after November 1556
| Canterbury Castle+, Kent
|

| 29.
| John Archer
| Cranbrooke+, Kent
|
| in or after November 1556
| Canterbury Castle+
|

| 30.
| John Thurston
| taken at Much Bentley+, Essex
|
| May 1557
| Colchester Castle+, Essex
|

| 31.
| N. Ambrose+
|
|
| about June 1557 (according to Foxe), or July 1557 (according to Farr)
| Maidstone+ Prison, Kent
| Exclassics.com. Retrieved on 2013-05-27.

| 32.
| John Dale
| Hadleigh, Suffolk+
| weaver
|
| Bury St Edmunds+ Prison
|

| 33.
| Matthew Withers+ (or Wythers)
|
|
| June 1558
| Newgate Prison+, London
|

| 34.
| Thomas Tyler+
|
|
| June 1558
| Newgate Prison+, London
|
|
The English Reformation+ had put a stop to Roman Catholic+ ecclesiastical governance in England, asserted royal supremacy+ over the English Church and dissolved+ some church institutions, such as monasteries and chantries+. During the Reformation in England, many people were caught in conflict between Catholic and Protestant ascendancy.

An important year in the English Reformation was 1547, when Protestantism became a new force under the child-king Edward VI+, England's first Protestant ruler. Edward died at age 15 in 1553 leaving the throne to Lady Jane Grey+, who held it for nine days before Edward's Catholic half-sister Mary deposed her and assumed the crown, as was stipulated by Henry VIII+ in his Third Succession Act+ but revoked by Edward VI.Loades D.+ ''Power in Tudor England''. New York: St Martin's Press, 1997.

The relationship between the Church of England and Rome was restored under Mary in 1553. She went on to reign for five years (1553–1558) until her death. Protestants opposed Mary's actions. Many people were exiled, and hundreds of dissenters were burned at the stake, earning her the nickname "Bloody Mary". The number of people executed for their faith during the persecutions is thought to be at least 287.

After the accession of Queen Mary I to the English throne in 1553, and her repeal+ of all religious legislation passed under Edward VI, Protestants faced a choice: exile, reconciliation/conversion, or punishment.Richards, Judith M. ''Mary Tudor,'' Routledge 2009 ISBN 0415327210 While the so-called "Marian Persecutions" began with four clergymen,

However bloody the end, the trials of Protestant heretics were judicial affairs, presided by Bishops (most notably Bishop Bonner+) adhering to a strict legal protocol under the privy council+, with Parliament's blessing. During the session that restored the realm to "papal obedience" parliament reinstated the heresy laws. Thus it became a matter of establishing the guilt or innocence of an accused heretic in open court – a process which the lay authorities employed to reclaim "straying sheep" and to set a precedent for authentic Catholic teaching. The official records of the trials are limited to formal accusations, sentences, and so forth; the documents to which historians look for context and detail are those written by the accused or their supporters.


'''England'''

*Canterbury Cathedral c.600 AD
*Carlisle Cathedral (in various forms) 1092 AD
*Chester Cathedral (in various forms) 875 AD
*Chichester Cathedral 1080 AD
*Durham Cathedral 997 AD
*Ely Cathedral 1109 AD
*Exeter Cathedral 1050 AD
*Gloucester Cathedral 1541 AD
*Hereford Cathedral 676 AD
*Lichfield Cathedral 669-803, 1048 AD
*Lincoln Cathedral 1070 AD
*Norwich Cathedral 1094 AD (31 victims of Michael Dunning+, the "bloody chancellor" of Norwich died from 1555 to 1558)
*Oxford Cathedral (in various forms) 727 AD
*Rochester Cathedral (in various forms) 604 AD
*Salisbury Cathedral 1227 AD
*Southwark Cathedral (in various forms) 1106 AD
*Wells Cathedral 1239 AD
*Westminster Abbey ''(The Collegiate Church of St Peter at Westminster)'' 1080 AD
*Winchester Cathedral 650 AD
*Worcester Cathedral 743 AD
*York Minster 300 AD

'''Wales'''

*Bangor Cathedral - Church of St Deiniol, (in various forms) 1092 AD
*Brecon Cathedral - Cathedral Church of St John the Evangelist, (in various forms) 1093/1110-1538 AD
*Llandaff Cathedral - Cathedral Church of St Peter and St Paul (in various forms) 550 AD
*St Asaph Cathedral (in various forms) 553 AD
*St Davids Cathedral (in various forms) 580 AD

Before Mary's ascent to the throne, John Foxe+, one of the few clerics of his day who was against the burning of even obstinate heretics, had approached John Rogers to intervene on behalf of Joan of Kent+, a female Anabaptist who was sentenced with burning in 1550. Later, after Mary I came to power and converted England to Catholicism, John Rogers spoke quite vehemently against the new order and was burned as a heretic.


The figure of 300 victims of the Marian Persecutions was listed by Foxe and later by Thomas Brice+ in his poem, "The Regester".

Throughout the course of the persecutions, Foxe lists that 312 individuals who were burned for their faith. A list of these names is available . Three of these people are commemorated with a gothic memorial in Oxford, England but there are many other memorials across England. They are known locally as the "Marian Martyrs".


*Marian exiles+
*Martyrs' Memorial+
*Foxe's Book of Martyrs+
*Religion in the United Kingdom+
*Oxford Martyrs+
*List of people executed in Smithfield+
*The Coventry Martyrs+

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Foxe describes him as being 'mad ... ravished of his wits ... beside his wits'.
Foxe describes him as being 'mad and beside his right senses ... and destitute of sense and reason'. The Critical Apparatus to Foxe's Book of Martyrs lists a number of unorthodox beliefs which he held.

The 1563 edition of Foxe's Book of Martyrs records that William Dighel was burned at about the same time as Nicholas Sheterden. However, this information is not repeated in subsequent editions of Foxe's work. "Was his omission in subsequent editions due to an accident in the print shop or did Foxe come to doubt his information on Dighel?"

Buried in St. Michaels and All Angels Marble placed in 1748

May be the same as ... Butter, burnt (day unknown) June 1555, Location unknown+ (the Regester)

may be the same as Jone Polley+, burnt (day unknown) July 1555, Location unknown+ (the Regester)

which calls him 'Sir Franke'

husband of Elizabeth Warne, burnt in August 1555

widow of John Warne, burnt in May 1555
which says that 'Joan Lashford ... was the daughter of one Robert Lashford ..., and of ... Elizabeth, who afterward was married to John Warne'
may be the same as Jone Painter (the Regester)
which refers to 'two women in Ippeswiche towne'
which refers to 'two brethren more'
which refers to 'two at Glocester'
which refers to 'two men and a syster dere'
the same as 'A merchant's servant burned at Leicester' and the same as 'the yong man at Lecester'
may be the same as John Milles
which refers to "two women"
her husband then married Christian George, mentioned below
may be the same as William Ailewarde (the Regester)
Richard Smith is said to have died in prison (day unknown) September, Lowlar's Tower/Lollard's Tower, Lambeth Palace, London+ in 'the Regester', but is described as 'non-existent' in
may be the same as Thomas Leyes of Thorpe+, Essex, sickened in Lollard's Tower, died (day unknown) September, Location unknown+
which refers to 'two at Wye'
which refers to 'two at Asheforde'. A number of Kentish people of Ashford Area+ are recorded as having been burnt 16 January 1556 at Ashford, Kent+ in . However, at this time the civil or legal year in England began on 25 March, so the date now known as 16 January 1557 would then have been recorded as 16 January 1556.
may be the same as Jhon Lothesby, burnt at Smithfield, April 1557 (the Regester)
may be the same as Annis Hide, burnt at Smithfield, April 1557 (the Regester)
which records an 'other' burnt with Morant and Grathwick
'The Regester' states that a person called 'Milwright' was burnt along with Harland, Oswald, Reed and Avington. However, this person is not mentioned in Foxe's Book of Martyrs, although he does appear in
'The Regester' states that a person called 'Hayne' was burnt along with Cuthbert Symion. However, this person is not mentioned in Foxe's Book of Martyrs.
May be an error for Edward Horne, burnt at Newent+, Gloucestershire in September 1558. Foxe states that a woman was burnt with Horne. However, the Critical Apparatus quotes a letter from Foxe's papers stating that 'Edward Horne's wife was condemned with him but she recanted and her life was spared'
'The Regester' gives the name of the woman burnt with Alexander Gooch as Elizabeth Launson.
May be the same as Christian Grover of the archdeaconry of Lewes+




List of Protestant martyrs of the English Reformation+ Protestants were martyred during persecutions against Protestant religious reformers for their faith during the reigns of Henry VIII (1509-1547) and Mary I of England (1553–1558).