Barton, Elizabeth (15061534)

Barton, Elizabeth, “the Maid of Kent,” a poor country servant-girl, born in Kent, subject from nervous debility to trances, in which she gave utterances ascribed by Archbishop Warham to divine inspiration, till her communications were taken advantage of by designing people, and she was led by them to pronounce sentence against the divorce of Catharine of Aragon, which involved her and her abettors in a charge of treason, for which they were all executed at Tyburn (15061534).

Definition taken from The Nuttall Encyclopædia, edited by the Reverend James Wood (1907)

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