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Robert Bickerdike, Venerable

English martyr (d. 1585)

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Bickerdike, ROBERT, VENERABLE, martyr, a Yorkshire layman, b. at Low Hall, near Knaresborough (date unknown), but residing at York; d. August 5 (or October 8), 1585. Arrested for giving a priest, Ven. John Boste, a glass of ale, he was also accused at his trial of using treasonable words. He was acquitted, but Judge Rhodes, determined to have his blood, had him removed from the city gaol to the Castle and tried once more at the Lammas Assizes on the same charge. He was then condemned. One of his offenses was that, when Yen. Francis Ingleby was being dragged on the hurdle to execution, hearing a minister's wife say, "Let us go into the Tolbooth and we shall see the traitorly thief come over on the hurdle", he said, "No; no thief, but as true as thou art". These words were supposed to be the cause of his death. He suffered at York.

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