peethagoras Posted March 8 Share Posted March 8 The church "records" show that Shakespeare was baptized on the twenty sixth day of April in the year 1564. I wondered if anyone agrees with me in that: if no water or liquid of any description, was used in the process, then no baptism could have taken place. In other words a baptism requires water/liquid. If that is true, then the name Guillimus (William) Shakespeare would not have been legal as such. 1 Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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