Ambrose Edward Barlow
Historical Figure
Nationality: England
Religion: Catholicism
Date of Birth: 1585
Date of Death: 1641
Cause of Death: Execution by hanging, drawing and quartering
Occupation: Monk
1632 series
POD: May, 1631
Appearance(s): Grantville Gazette VII
Type of Appearance: Contemporary reference
Ambrose Edward Barlow (1585 – 10 September 1641) was an English Benedictine monk who is venerated as a saint in the Roman Catholic Church. He is one of a group of saints, canonized by Pope Paul VI who became known as the Forty Martyrs of England and Wales.

Ambrose Barlow in 1632Edit

Ambrose Barlow was still alive at the time of the Ring of Fire. He was a colleague of Nicholas Smithson in St. Gregory's in Douai. When Smithson visited Grantville, he was very surprised to learn from Lawrence Mazzare about Barlow's historical entry into martyrdom.