John Houghton

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John Houghton - Others
... John Houghton (martyr) (c. 1486–1535), English Catholic priest and martyr Sir John T ... Houghton (born 1931), British scientist John Houghton (footballer), New Zealand international football (soccer) player ...
John Houghton (martyr)
... Saint John Houghton, O.Cart ... Again, Houghton, this time accompanied by the heads of the other two English Carthusian houses (Robert Lawrence, Prior of Beauvale, and Augustine Webster, Prior of ... Houghton, along with the other two Carthusians, Fr ...
Humphrey Middlemore - Life
... He was esteemed by the prior, Dom John Houghton ... Doms John Houghton and Humphrey Middlemore refused, and were, in consequence, imprisoned in the Tower of London but, after a month's imprisonment, they were persuaded to take the ... three leading English Carthusians, first among them John Houghton, prior of the London house, but also Robert Lawrence and Augustine Webster, respectively priors of Beauvale ...

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