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Leonard Mawe (born c. 1552, d. 1629, Chiswickmarker) was a Bishop of Bath and Wells and a Master of Peterhouse, Cambridgemarker and Trinity College, Cambridgemarker.

Life

He was born in Rendleshammarker, Suffolk, the son of Simon Mawe born Epworthmarker, Lincolnshire, c. 1531 and Margery Wylde born Selbymarker, Yorkshiremarker, c. 1522.

He gained a BA degree from Peterhouse in 1592 and was elected a fellow in 1594, later becoming Master of Peterhouse on 16 November 1617. In 1621, he served as Prebend of Wells. He also served as Vice-Chancellor to the University of Cambridgemarker from 1621-1622. Together with Matthew Wren, he accompanied Prince Charles to Madrid in search of a bride (the so called Spanish Match). On acceding to the throne, Charles rewarded him by appointing him Master of Trinity College, Cambridge, which post he held until his death in 1629. From 1628-1629, he was also Bishop of Bath and Wells.

References

  1. The colleges and halls - Peterhouse | British History Online



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