Patrick Pakingham

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Patrick Pakenham (Packingham, Pakingham) was an English fellmonger who was burned to death at Uxbridge in August 1555 because he refused to recant his Arian beliefs.[1] He is mentioned in John Foxe's Acts and Monuments in the proceedings of Edmund Bonner against John Denley and another.[2]


  1. ^ Robert Wallace, Antitrinitarian Biography: or, Sketches of the lives and writings of distinguished Antitrinitarians; 3 vol. London, 1850.
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