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Christopher Plummer (priest)

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Christopher Plummer (fl. 1490s - 1530s) was a Canon of Windsor from 1513 - 1535.

Career

He was appointed:

  • Prebendary of Auckland in Durham 1493
  • Prebendary of Bole in York Minster 1507
  • Prebendary of Cadington Major in St Paul’s 1515
  • Prebendary of Welton Beckhall in Lincoln 1533 - 1534
  • Prebendary of Somerley in Chichester 1516 - 1534
  • He was appointed to the fourth stall in St George's Chapel, Windsor Castle in 1513, and held the stall until he was deprived of it in 1535. He was imprisoned in the Tower of London until 1536 when he was granted a pardon of all treasons etc., whereof he is guilty or to which he is accessory against the King and Queen Anne according to Statute 26 Hen. VIII.

    References

    Christopher Plummer (priest) Wikipedia


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