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Tomkins familylocked

  • Peter Le Huray,
  • John Irving
  •  and Kerry McCarthy

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British family of church musicians and composers.

(b St Davids, Pembrokeshire, 1572; d Martin Hussingtree, Worcestershire., bur. June 9, 1656). He was a son of the elder Thomas Tomkins, a vicar-choral of St Davids Cathedral at least as early as 12 July 1571...

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