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For the professor of American history, see Hugh Hale Bellot.
He graduated B.A. at Christ's College, Cambridge, in 1564; he then became M.A. and fellow of Jesus College, Cambridge in 1567. He was ordained bishop of Bangor in 1585, and bishop of Chester in 1595.
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