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The Very Rev Thomas Warmestry, DD (b1610 – d1665) was Dean of Worcester[1] from 1661 until his death.

Warmestry educated at The King's School, Worcester[2] and Brasenose College, Oxford and was later Rector of Whitchurch. In 1660 he became Master of the Savoy Chapel.[3]

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ ” Catalogue of the Lansdowne Manuscripts in the British Museum” 1819 p252
  2. ^ Biographical Illustrations of Worcestershire, Chambers, J.: Worcester, Walcott, 1820
  3. ^ Bishops & Deans of Worcester Green, B.: Worcester, Worcester Cathedral, 1979
Church of England titles
Preceded by
John Oliver
Dean of Worcester
1661–1665
Succeeded by
William Thomas