Goffe, Stephen
Goffe, Stephen
Oratorian; b. 1605; d. at Paris, Christmas Day, 1681

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  • Stephen Goffe — (Gough) (b. 1605; d. at Paris, Christmas Day, 1681) was a Royalist agent of the Wars of the Three Kingdoms, and later an Oratorian priest.LifeHe was educated at Merton College, Oxford, becoming M.A. in 1627. He took orders and became chaplain to… …   Wikipedia

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