Coxe, John (DNB00)
|←Coxe, Henry Octavius||Dictionary of National Biography, 1885-1900, Volume 12
|Surname Cox in the ODNB.|
COXE or COCKIS, JOHN (fl. 1572), translator, probably of Brasenose College, Oxford, where one of his name was allowed to determine Michaelmas term 1546, and determined 1547 (Boase, Registrum Univ. Oxon.), or, Wood says, possibly a student of Christ Church in 1555, translated Bullinger's ‘Questions of Religion cast abroad in Helvetia by the Adversaries of the same … reduced into XVII Commonplaces’ (black letter); H. Bynneman for G. Byshop, London, 1572, 8vo, in the British Museum; also his ‘Exhortation to the Ministers of God's Worde in the Church of Christ;’ John Alde, London, 1575 (Wood; Ames); and ‘A Treatise on the Word of God by Anth. Sadull, written against the Traditions of Men,’ printed for John Harison, 1583, 8vo (Maunsell).
[Boase's Registrum Univ. Oxon. (Oxford Hist. Soc.), 213; Wood's Fasti (Bliss), i. 123; Tanner's Bibl. Brit. 205; Ames's Typogr. Antiq. (Herbert), 890, 972, 1156; Maunsell's Catalogue, 25, 94.]