Barnard (or Bernard), John, (1), Dd
Barnard (Or Bernard), John, (1), D.D., an English divine, was first a student of Cambridge, but removed to Oxford, where he became a fellow of Lincoln College in 1648. 'He afterwards became rector ofWaddington, in Lincolnshire, and died in 1683. His works include, Censura Cleri (1660), against scandalous ministers not fit to be restored to the Church's livings, etc.: — Theologo-historicus;or, The True Life of the Most Reverend Divine and Excellent Historian, Peter Heylyn, D.D. (1683). See Allibone, Dict. of Brit. and Amer. Authors, s.v.