Campion, Edmund (15401581)

Campion, Edmund, a Jesuit, born in London; a renegade from the Church of England; became a keen Catholic propagandist in England; was arrested for sedition, of which he was innocent, and executed; was in 1886 beatified by Pope Leo XIII. (15401581).

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

Campine * Campo-Formio
Campbell, Thomas
Campbeltown
Campe, Joachim Heinrich
Campeachy
Campeggio, Lorenzo
Camper, Peter
Camperdown
Camphuysen
Campi
Campine
Campion, Edmund
Campo-Formio
Campo Santo
Campos
Campvere
Camus
Camus
Canaan
Canaanites
Canada
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