Coffin, Edward

Coffin, Edward
Coffin, Edward
English Jesuit and missionary (1570-1626)

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  • Edward Coffin — (alias Hatton) (Exeter, 1570 – 17 April 1626, Saint Omer s College) was an English Jesuit. Life After studies at Reims and Ingolstadt he was ordained at the English College, Rome, and sent to England. In 1598 he entered the Society of Jesus. On… …   Wikipedia

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