John Byddell first carried on his business at the sign of Our Lady of Pity and seems to have borrowed his device from one of the earlier pages of Corio's History of Milan 1505. from there he moved to the Sun in Fleet Street, which was formerly occupied by Wynkyn de Worde. Having published 29 volumes, most of which are of a serious character, this printer died somewhere about 1544.
Among his accredited works are
Prymer in Englishe with Calendar and Almanake, 1535
Bible in English, by R Tavener, 1539