William Tyndale was executed for so called "heresy," his chief offense being that he had translated the holy scriptures from their original Greek into English, being the first man to do so. The Tyndale New Testament would go on to influence the Geneva Bible, and later the King James Version of 1611. It is said that 84% of the KJV is based on the work of Tyndale.
William Tyndale (1492-1536), English Bible translator and reformer, was born in Gloucestershire and descended from an ancient Northumbrian family. His brother, Edward Tyndale, inherited the lands of Lord Berkeley. William Tyndale himself never married before his untimely death at age 44. His niece, Margaret Tyndale, married Rowland Taylor, a well-known English Protestant martyr. For more, see David Daniell, William Tyndale: A biography, ch. 1.
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