Paul Raynham; 1614-1655; clergyman; Norwich St Andrew, Norfolk

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Paul Raynham; 1614-1655; clergyman; Norwich St Andrew, Norfolk

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1614-1655

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Paul Raynham was born in Chappel, Essex, in 1614, the eldest son of Paul Raynham and his wife Mary. He was admitted to Corpus Christi College, Cambridge in 1633 and was awarded a B.A. degree there in 1636. He was ordained in 1637 and was Deacon at Little Wigborough, Essex in 1638, was Curate of Brettenham, Suffolk and was Minister at Bedfield, Suffolk in 1645. As a Presbyterian, he was a member of the eighth Suffolk classis for church government in 1645 as Minister of Bedfield. He was Minister of St Andrew's, Norwich from 1648 to his death in 1655 and was buried at St Andrew's on 24 September, 1655. Minister of St Andrews, Norwich.

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Norwich St Andrew, Norfolk

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Created on: 21/12/2018 by Droip

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