"like the cathedral clergy of St. Paul's who, following the lead given by their bishop, "bloody Bonner", persisted with the old services and vestments"
Woodcut of Bishop Bonner punishing a heretic from John Foxe's Book of Martys 1563
Public DomainWoodcut of Bishop Bonner punishing a heretic from John Foxe's Book of Martyrs 1563 - Credit: Wikimedia Commons

Edmund Bonner (1500-1569), Bishop of London who supported Henry VIII in the break with the Church in Rome but who later disagreed with the Protestant Protector Somerset's religious reforms during the reign of Edward VI, he became notorious, and gained his nickname of 'bloody Bonner," during Mary's persecution of heretics.  Things changed when Elizabeth succeeded her sister and Bonner was eventually imprisoned in 1568.  There he spent the rest of his life, dying in the Marshalsea on 5 September 1569.