Archbishop Laud, 1573-1645

by H. R. Trevor-Roper

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H. R. Trevor-Roper, Archbishop Laud – (), is by far the most useful biography of Laud and one of the best written on any seventeenth-century figure. H. G. Alexander, Religion in England (), is a useful survey of religious developments from the Elizabethan Settlement to the Restoration. Two books by Christopher Hill do much to make sense of the religious complexities of the Author: Jeremy Ward. One of Charles' key advisers was Archbishop Laud, a small, fat man from humble origins in Reading with the most extraordinary red was rude and obnoxious, but also spiritual and scholarly. Charles was a devoted admirer of Laud's, and in elevated him from Bishop of . William Laud, - William Laud William Laud was born on month day , at birth place, to William Laud, Sr. and Lucy Laud (born Webb). William was born circa , in Wokingham, Reading, Berkshire, England, UK. William Laud () Family Background. Curiously enough, Laud, in his own Diary, has not included details of his parentage, though it is well known from other records. Laud's father, William Laud Senior, was a master cloth-worker and is described as having been well to do in the World. as having died not long before he wrote, that.

Laud, William, –, archbishop of Canterbury (–45). He studied at St. John's College, Oxford, and was ordained a priest in From the beginning Laud showed his h. Full online access to this resource is only available at the Library of Congress. Title William Laud, Archbishop of Canterbury, ob. / Vandyke px. Summary William Laud, half-length portrait, facing slightly left. - Laud, William, Archbishop Laud, By H. R. Trevor-Roper MacMillan, Read preview Overview Mastering Christianity: Missionary Anglicanism and Slavery in the Atlantic World By Travis Glasson Oxford University Press, Author: Richard Wilkinson. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York; Purchase, Joseph Pulitzer Bequest, , , (–). William Laud served as archbishop of Canterbury from to and as religious adviser to King Charles I of Great Britain (ruled –49). During his tenure, he often came into opposition with the Puritans, who wanted to purify the Church of England from all Roman.

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During World War II, Trevor-Roper was an intelligence officer and helped investigate Hitler’s death. In his book The Last Days of Hitler was published. William Laud, (born Oct. 7,1573-1645 book, Berkshire, Eng.—died Jan. 10,London), archbishop of Canterbury (–45) and religious adviser to King Charles I of Great Britain.

His persecution of Puritans and other religious dissidents resulted in his trial and execution by the House of Commons.

Early life and career. Laud was the son of a prominent clothier. Buy Archbishop Laud, 3rd Revised edition by Trevor-Roper, Hugh (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store.

Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders.3/5(1). The most powerful man in England during the so-called "Eleven Years Tyranny" fromarchbishop of Canterbury William Laud was thrown from power in and executed on Tower Hill during the Civil War.4/5. Buy Archbishop Laud, 3rd Revised edition by Hugh Trevor-Roper (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store.

Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders.3/5(1). As an elderly bachelor, Laud was brought to trial by Parliament in with the charge of high treason and endangering the Protestant faith, found guilty of manipulating Charles I, and as an anointed archbishop, was sentenced to be beheaded at Tower Hill on Janu Burial: St Johns College, Oxford, City of.

William Laud, Archbishop of Canterbury - ; History & The Arts. Featured content. Free courses. All content. Author: William Laud, Archbishop of Canterbury - Updated Sunday 7th January Lowly-born, rising to be Archbishop, but ultimately executed.

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WILLIAM LAUD, English archbishop, only son of William Laud, a clothier, was born at Reading on the 7th of October He was educated at Reading free school, matriculated at St John's college, Oxford, ingained a scholarship ina fellowship inand graduated B.A. in. Genealogy profile for William Laud, Archbishop of Canterbury.

Genealogy for William Laud, Archbishop of Canterbury ( - ) family tree on Geni, with over million profiles of ancestors and living relatives. People Projects Discussions SurnamesParents: William Laud, Sr., John Robinson, Lucy Laud.

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/ edited by William Edward. The English prelate William Laud () was archbishop of Canterbury and architect of Charles I's personal government. He was executed by the Long Parliament. William Laud was the son of a Reading clothier.

He was educated in the town grammar school and received a scholarship to St. John's College, Oxford. He became a fellow and then was president. Archbishop Laud, (Book): Trevor-Roper, H. There are no age suitabilities for this title yet. William Laud.

The English prelate William Laud () was archbishop of Canterbury and architect of Charles I's personal government. He was executed by the Long Parliament. William Laud was the son of a Reading clothier. He was educated in the town grammar school and received a scholarship to St.

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No need to register, buy now. William Laud (), Archbishop of Canterbury during the reign of Charles I, attempted to impose liturgical uniformity by force.

His revision of the Book of common prayer for the Scottish church was part of this drive. It was bitterly resented by the Presbyterian congregation, led to rioting in the Kirk of St Giles, and in the.

Laud, William, [His funeral sermon: collection of materials relating to this sermon, preached 10 Janon the scaffold], [10 Jan ]. Yale University, Beinecke Rare Book. Archbishop William Laud Is Executed, Janu he Archbishop of Canterbury is the highest Episcopal office in England, apart from the King or Queen, who were so designated by King Henry VIII as the “Supreme Head of the Church.” One of the most controversial and important Archbishops, William Laud (), was executed for treason.

Archbishop William Laud, after Sir Anthony Van Dyck, ca Patrick Comerford William Laud () was the Archbishop of Canterbury from to One of the Caroline Divines, he opposed radical forms of Puritanism.

William Laud () Introduction. The history of William Laud is in a manner the history both of church and state in England for some twenty or more most memorable years. If it were to be written with a copiousness corresponding to the quantity of the materials, volumes on volumes might be filled with it.

William Laud,was Archbishop of Canterbury during the reign of King Charles I of England and regarded by many as an Anglican martyr. Appointed as Archbishop inLaud shared Charles I’s “high church” views of church governance by bishops and uniformity of worship according to the Book of Common Prayer.

William Laud,was Archbishop of Canterbury during the reign of King Charles I of England and regarded by many as an Anglican martyr.

Appointed as Archbishop inLaud shared Charles I’s “high church” views of church governance by bishops and uniformity of worship according to the Book of Common Prayer. Hugh Trevor-Roper, Archbishop Laud, – (Phoenix, ).

Further reading. Bourne, The Anglicanism of William Laud (London: Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge, ). Davies, The Caroline Captivity of the Church: Charles I and the Remoulding of Anglicanism, – ().

There is no modern full-length study of Archbishop Laud. Still useful, however, is H. R. Trevor-Roper, Archbishop Laud, – (3rd edn ), which should be supplemented by the essay ‘Laudianism and Political Power’ in his Catholics, Anglicans and Puritans: Seventeenth-Century Essays (), ch.

2. Another valuable essay is J. S. McGee, ‘William Laud and the Outward Face of.Puritan satire in William Laud (), Archbishop of Canterbury fromreligious adviser to Charles I. Persecuted the Puritans, attempted to force Anglican liturgy on Presbyterian church in Scotland, and laid down new canons of the Laudian church.William Laud CircaEnglish Archbishop of Canterbury William Laud ( - ) wearing a clerical cassock and a three-cornered hat.

Original Artwork: Engraved by Van Dyke (Photo by Hulton Archive/Getty Images).