Romanes, Francis, a convert from Romanism, was a native of Spain, but afterwards became a resident of Bremen, where he transacted business for Antwerp merchants. When convinced of the errors of papacy, he resigned his agency, informed his employers of the change in his religious belief, and devoted himself to the service of religion. While in Spain laboring for the conversion of his parents, he was informed against by his former employers, arrested, and after imprisonment was burned. In this torture, as long as he was able to speak, he continued to repeat the 7th Psalm. See Fox, Book of Martyrs.