1510 > William Lily is appointed headmaster of " St Paul School ", founded by John Colet to form 153 teenagers " in Christian devotion and in great literature "
1517 > Andrea Ammonio dies from the plague in London
1534 > Alice Alyngton writes to Margaret Roper to warn her of threats to their father (Rogers p. 205). The long answer (p. 206) was co-drafted by More and his daughter
1633 > Dame Gertrude More dies of smallpox at the Benedictine monastery of Cambrai where she had entered at 17 in 1623: her sister Brigid, prioress in Paris, will publish her " elevations " under the title of " Confessiones Amantis "