(nee Marbury; 160043). B. Lincolnshire, Eng.; to Boston, Massachusetts, 1634; her theol. views at variance ith Puritanism (see Puritans) led to an Antinomian Controversy; J. Cotton* first supported her, later recanted; tried for traducing the ministers; banished and excommunicated; est. a settlement on the is. of Aquidneck (now Rhode Island) 1638; to Long Island Sound, near present New Rochelle, Pelham Bay, New York; killed by Indians. Folloers called Antinomians and Hutchinsonians.
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