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Allen John

Allen, John, D.D., Archbishop of Dublin, educated at Oxford for the priesthood, and in 1515 sent by Archbishop Warham as his agent to Rome, where he resided nine years. For a brief period he was Lord Chancellor of Ireland. In 1534, during the insurrection of Thomas Fitzgerald, "the Silken Lord," Allen tried to escape from Dublin on board ship. He was stranded at Clontarf, seized by the rebels, and murdered.