Roger Andrewes

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Dr Roger Andrewes (sometimes Andrews) (died 1635) was an English churchman and academic, archdeacon and Chancellor at Chichester Cathedral in the English Church. He was also a scholar, a Fellow of Pembroke Hall and was, in 1618, made Master of Jesus College, Cambridge.[1]

He was the brother of the scholar and cleric Lancelot Andrewes and, like his brother, served as a translator for the King James Version of the Bible.

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Notes
  1. ^ "Andrews, Roger (ANDS590R)". A Cambridge Alumni Database. University of Cambridge. 
Sources
  • McClure, Alexander. (1858) The Translators Revived: A Biographical Memoir of the Authors of the English Version of the Holy Bible. Mobile, Alabama: R. E. Publications (republished by the Marantha Bible Society, 1984 ASIN B0006YJPI8)
  • Nicolson, Adam. (2003) God's Secretaries: The Making of the King James Bible. New York: HarperCollins ISBN 0-06-095975-4
Academic offices
Preceded by
John Duport
Master of Jesus College, Cambridge
1618-1632
Succeeded by
William Beale