GEMMS: Gateway to Early Modern Manuscript Sermons
NameThomas Swadlin (Swadlinge)
DenominationChurch of England
Livedb. ca. 1600-01-01 - d. 1670-02-09 (new)
Linked Manuscriptsmanuscript owner - Sermons by Thomas Swadlin: MS. Rawl. E. 138manuscript owner - Sermons by Thomas Swadlin: MS. Rawl. E. 140
Linked SermonsSermon on 1 Corinthians 15:34 -- preacher (autograph: yes)Sermon on Colossians 1:13 -- preacher (autograph: yes)Sermon on Exodus 20:12 -- preacher (autograph: yes)Sermon on Exodus 20:1-2 -- preacher (autograph: yes)Sermon on Exodus 20:13 -- preacher (autograph: yes)Sermon on Exodus 20:14 -- preacher (autograph: yes)Sermon on Exodus 20:15 -- preacher (autograph: yes)Sermon on Exodus 20:16 -- preacher (autograph: yes)Sermon on Exodus 20:4-6 -- preacher (autograph: yes)Sermon on Exodus 20:7 -- preacher (autograph: yes)Sermon on Exodus 20:8-11 -- preacher (autograph: yes)Sermon on John 10:28 -- preacher (autograph: yes)Sermon on John 14:26 -- preacher (autograph: uncertain)The Bodie of Repentaunce -- preacher (autograph: yes)The Diett of Repentance -- preacher (autograph: yes)The Eyes of Repentaunce -- preacher (autograph: yes)The Feet of Repenance -- preacher (autograph: yes)The Forelock, or Time of Repentance -- preacher (autograph: yes)The Gesture of Repentance (first sermon) -- preacher (autograph: yes)The Gesture of Repentance (second sermon) -- preacher (autograph: yes)The Hands of Repentance -- preacher (autograph: yes)The Heart of Repentaunce -- preacher (autograph: yes)The Mouth of Repentaunce -- preacher (autograph: yes)The Resolution of Repentance -- preacher (autograph: yes)
Linked Reports
Associated PlacesAll Saints -- ParishHougham -- ParishSt James -- ParishSt John's College -- Place of StudyMarylebone -- PostSt Botolph Aldersgate -- Post
Source of DataRichard Snoddy
Biographical Sources ConsultedODNB (Article: 26809), AO (Foster)
Other NoteSwadlin graduated BA from St. John's College, Oxford in 1619. He became curate of St. Botolph, Aldgate about 1628. He was imprisoned through much of the interregnum on account of his support for Charles I, who granted him a DD in 1646. During this time, he published some political sermons. At the Restoration, he was restored to his living, but resigned it. He was a curate at Marylebone, and was appointed in 1662 to St. James, Dover, Kent, and Hougham, Kent, and in 1664 to St Peter, and All Saints, Stanford, Kent.
GEMMS record createdDecember 17, 2015
GEMMS record last editedDecember 20, 2020