Brown, George (d.1628) (DNB00)

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BROWN, GEORGE (d. 1628), an English Benedictine monk who in religion assumed the christian name of Gregory, is believed to have been the translator from the Italian of the 'Life of St Mary Magdalen de Pazzi,' 1619. It is dedicated to Lady Mary Percy, abbess of the English convent of St Benet at Brussels. Brown died at Celle, near Paris, on 21 Oct 1628.

[Oliver's Hist. of the Catholic Religion in Cornwall, 508; Weldon's Chronological Notes (1881), 158, Append. 6.]

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