Traheron, Bartholomew a learned English divine at the period of the Reformation, was born at Cornwall and educated at Oxford, either in Exeter College or Hart Hall. He traveled extensively in Germany and Italy, and, returning to England, was made keeper of the king's library. In 1551 king Edward VI conferred on him the deanery of Chichester. This he lost on the accession of queen Mary, and, joining the English exiles in Germany, wrote all his important works there. The time of his death is uncertain. Traheron's works are,
Parceresis, lib. 1: — Carmina in Mortem fienrici Dudlei: Analysis Scoparum Johannis Cochlei Exposition of a Part of St. John's Gospel (1558, 8vo): Exposition of the Fourth Chapter of St. John's Revelation (1557, 8vo): — An Answer Made by Bartholomew Traheron to a Private Papist.