endenizen

endenizen

(ɪnˈdɛnɪzən)
vb
(Peoples) to make or become a denizen
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ENDENIZEN A To naturalise B Applied through the skin C To make dear who am I?
Dr Nunes had been endenizened as an English subject in 1579 and then had publicly conformed to the Church of England while allowing the members of his family to practise Judaism in the privacy of his house.
Was he related to Joseph Bueno of Barbados who was endenizened in England on October 2, 1662?