William Alley

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Aged unknown

William Alley (also Alleyn and Alleigh; 1510 – 15 April 1570) was an Anglican prelate who was the Bishop of Exeter during the reign of Queen Elizabeth I. Alley is known to the literary world by his Poor Man's Librarie, printed in folio by John Day, London, 1565, or Lectures upon the First Epistle of Saint Peter, red publiquely in the Cathedrall Church of Saint Paule, within the Citye of London, in 1560. Here are adioyned at the ende of euery special treatise, certain fruitful annotacions called miscellanea, because they do entreate of diverse and sundry matters.

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Don Allum the first man to row across the Atlantic in both directions landed on the rocky shore down from this memorial, from St. John's Newfoundland on 4th September 1987 completing the second leg of his epic voyage in a 19 ft. 10 ins. plywood open boat, the QE 3, after 77 days at sea.

TBC, Achill Island, County Mayo, Dooagh, Ireland where they was