Thomas Musgrave (priest)

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Thomas Musgrave , DD [1] was Dean of Carlisle from 1684 [2] until his death in 1686. [3]

Musgrave was educated at The Queen's College, Oxford. [4] He was presented by the king on 23 July 1684 and installed on 30 September that year. [5] He had previously been Rector of Great Salkeld. [6] He died on 28 March, 1686.

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  1. "Catalogue of the Lansdowne Manuscripts in the British Museum" London, British Museum, 1819
  2. Deans of Carlisle
  3. Durham University
  4. Alumni Oxonienses 1500-1714, Mordaunt-Mytton
  5. 'Deans of Carlisle', Fasti Ecclesiae Anglicanae 1541-1857: volume 11: Carlisle, Chester, Durham, Manchester, Ripon, and Sodor and Man dioceses (2004), pp. 14-18. URL: Date accessed: 11 June 2012
  6. Cumbrian castles and towers