Sir Thomas More

Sir Thomas More refused to take an oath of allegiance to King Henry VIII of England, who had split from the Roman Catholic church to set up the Church of England. In 1535, More was tried for treason, convicted and beheaded. He was later sainted by the Catholic church.

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