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Wednesday, September 16, 2009

Featley, Daniel 1582-1645 UNDER CONSTRUCTION

Daniel Featley also called Fairclough and sometimes called Richard Fairclough/Featley (born 1578 in Charlton-upon-Otmoor, Oxfordshire—died April 17, 1645) was an English theologian and controversialist. A leading Calvinist disputant of the 1620s, his opinions in the 1640s were unpopular with the presbyterian faction, and he was harshly treated and imprisoned at the end of his life.
He was involved in the translation of the King James Version of the Bible. In the project, Featley served in the "First Oxford Company", responsible for the later books of the Old Testament.

Dictionary of National Biography, Volume 18 (1889) (see page 276)
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Oxfordshire. The history and antiquities of the hundreds of Bullington and Ploughley, Volume 1 (1823) By John Dunkin (see page 228)

Information about -- The Dippers dipt., or, The Anabaptists Duck'd and Plung'd Over Head and Eares, at a Disputation in Southward (here)

Philip's memento mori: or , The passing bell - 1708 (This may be by a different Daniel Featley)
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