I will give this up for my lovely wife so we can have a beautiful kid.
Lets name him Thomas
Sorry Thomas they both did not make it.
Noooooooooooo not my wife and kid
Cranmer was given a fellowship at Jesus College, Cambridge in 1510, which he lost when he married the daughter of a local tavern-keeper.
Well done Thomas
Thomas Cranmer was born on 2 July 1489 in Nottinghamshire, United Kingdom
ut nos orare Deum translates to We pray to god
Sadly she died in childbirth, at which point he was re-accepted by the college and devoted himself to study.
Please no please
A plague forced Cranmer to leave Cambridge for Essex. He came to the attention of Henry VIII, who was staying nearby. The king and his councillors found Cranmer a willing advocate for Henry's desired divorce from Catherine of Aragon.
Thomas Cromwell, he supported the translation of the bible into English. In 1545, he wrote a litany that is still used in the church. Under the reign of Edward VI, Cranmer was allowed to make the doctrinal changes he thought necessary to the church. In 1549, he helped complete the book of common prayer.
After a long trial and imprisonment, he was forced to proclaim to the public his error in the support of Protestantism, an act designed to discourage followers of the religion. Despite this, Cranmer was sentenced to be burnt to death in Oxford on 21 March 1556. He dramatically stuck his right hand, with which he had signed his recantation, into the fire first.