R Bernard A Foster And R Lawson

The first was a labourer, and a single man, of Framsden, Suffolk. He was

a shrewd, undaunted professor, and fearlessly replied to the bishop's

questions. Adam Foster was a husbandman, married, aged 26, of

Mendlesham, Suffolk. Refusing to go to church, he was sent by Sir J.

Tyrrel to Eye-Dungeon, and thence to bishop Hopton, who condemned him.

R. Lawson, of Bury, linen-weaver, a single man, aged 30, was sent to

Eye-Dungeon, and after that to Bury, where they suffered in the same

fire, praising God, and encouraging others to martyrdom.

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