Charles Wriothesley (see also March 18th posting) wrote in his “Chronicle of England during the Reigns of the Tudors …” that:
“The eighteenth daie of June, 1546, were arraigned at the Guilde Hall, for heresee, Doctor Nicholas Shaxston, sometyme bishop of Salisburie; Nicholas White, of London, gentleman; Anne Kerne, alias Anne Askewe, gentlewoman, … of Lyncolneshire; and John Hadlam, of Essex, taylor; and … had judgment to be brent [burnt, at the stake]”.
Anne Askew’s sentence was carried out at West Smithfield on July 16th (see July 16th posting).
The Guildhall and West Smithfield are visited on various of our walks, including the “Rebellious London” themed special.
Further details of all our walks are available in the Our Guided Walks section of this web-site.
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