Plowden, Charles
Plowden, Charles
English Jesuit (1743-1821)

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  • Robert Plowden —     Robert Plowden     † Catholic Encyclopedia ► Robert Plowden     Elder brother of Charles, born 27 January, 1740; died at Wappenbury, 27 June, 1823. He entered the Society of Jesus in 1756, and was ordained in 1763. After some years spent at… …   Catholic encyclopedia

  • Robert Plowden — (born 27 January1740; died at Wappenbury, 27 June1823) was an English Jesuit priest, a firm supporter of Bishop John Milner.LifeHe entered the Society of Jesus in 1756, and was ordained in 1763. After some years spent at Hoogstraet in Belgium, as …   Wikipedia

  • Alison Plowden — Alison Margaret Chichele Plowden (18 December 1931 ndash;17 August 2007) was an English historian and biographer well known for her popular non fiction about the Tudor period.She was born at Quetta in India, a descendant of both Edmund Plowden… …   Wikipedia

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