Robert ‘Troublechurch’ Browne of Tolethorpe and the Separatist movement

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Robert ‘Troublechurch’ Browne of Tolethorpe and the Separatist movement
by The Pupils of Ryhall CE Primary School, Rutland and John Haden
ISBN: 978.1.906542.61.0
Price:£5.99  Post Band  B

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Who was Robert Browne, why did he get the nick-name ‘Troublechurch’ and what was his link with the Pilgrim Fathers? This account of Browne’s family background, life in the Stamford area, his religious teachings and his ‘Brownist’ followers in the England of Queen Elizabeth I, King James I and King Charles I is our answer to those questions. We hope you enjoy reading it; we enjoyed writing it and illustrating it!

 

This book is the tenth in the American Roots in English Soil (ARIES) Books series. All have been written with schools for adults visiting the places they describe. The Project helps schools and communities in the East of England to research their links with early American history and to celebrate their local heritage.

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