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date: 17 October 2019

Wotton, Thomas locked

  • Guy Oldham
  • , revised by Stephen Bicknell

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(fl Oxford, 1483–9). English organ builder . In 1486 he constructed a ‘pair of organs’ (i.e. an organ) for the chapel of Magdalen College, Oxford for the sum of £28, and in 1488 repaired it for 40s. In 1487 he entered into an agreement with R. Fitzjames, warden of Merton College, to make a similar instrument, also for £28. According to the late 17th-century antiquary Anthony Wood, who believed that Wotton's first name was William, he was the father of Lambert Simnel, pretender to the English throne in ...

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