Humphrey Arundell

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Sir Humphrey Arundell (c. 1513 – 27 January 1550) was the leader of Cornish forces in the Prayer Book Rebellion early in the reign of King Edward VI. He was executed at Tyburn, London after the rebellion had been defeated.

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