Edmund Grindal
b. 1519 – d. July 6, 1583 • Bishop • Protestant
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Grindal, Edmund
Grindal, Edmund (?1519–83), Abp. of *Canterbury. The son of a Cumberland farmer, he was educated at Cambridge and became a fellow of Pembroke Hall in 1538, and later chaplain to *Edward VI and prebendary of *Westminster. He went into exile under *Mary to Frankfurt, where he sought to reconcile the
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Grindal, Edmund
Grindal, Edmund (1519–1583)Archbishop of Canterbury who tried to bring reforming views to the Church of EnglandGrindal left his family’s Cumberland farm to study at Cambridge University, where he became a fellow of Pembroke Hall (in 1538). Common enthusiasm for the Reformation led to a friendship with