Allin, Edmund a Christian martyr, was a miller, dwelling in the parish of Frittenden, Kent, England. He read and explained the Scriptures to his friends, and in this way was the means of bringing many souls: to Christ. His course was soon found out by some popish priests, and he was arrested, examined, and cast into prison, where he suffered miserable torments. He was afterwards burned at Maidstone, in 1557. See Fox, Acts and Monuments, 8, 321.