|Birth: ||Oct. 6, 1510|
|Death: ||Feb. 9, 1555|
Rowland Taylor was influential in the religious reformation of England during the reign of Queen Mary I. At the time of his death he was rector of a small church in Hadleigh, England. The English Parliament banned the William Tyndale English Bible in 1543. During this time, many people who opposed the Catholic church teachings were put to death. Taylor opposed several Catholic teachings, including celibacy of a priest and the way the church practiced Holy Communion. On March 26, 1554 he was arrested for hersey because he was spreading the word of God in public. He was burned at the stake on February 09, 1555. Before being burned at the stake, he was killed by having his skull bashed.
He was the son of John Taylor & Susan Rowland Taylor.
Husband of Margaret Tyndale Taylor
Ellen Taylor Harrison
Thomas Taylor, I
Annie Taylor Palmer
Hadleigh, St Mary Churchyard
Created by: Paul Taylor "Moochie"
Record added: Nov 20, 2007
Find A Grave Memorial# 23000159
13th Grandfather, I am so very proud of the sacrifice you made for your beliefs. You have rested these many years in the Kingdom of Heaven.|
Cathy Lowe Clark
Added: Jul. 22, 2014
Remembering my 11th great grandfather -(He is featured in THE ONE YEAR BOOK of CHRISTIAN HISTORY, pages 72-73. Compiled by Michael & Sharon Rusten, 2003)|
Added: Jul. 5, 2014
RIP my 13th great grandfather and Thank you for standing up for the Lord even thu it meet your life. Glory be to GOD|
Lucille French Freeze
Added: Jun. 8, 2014
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