William Eames

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William Eames (d. 1637) was an English organist.

Career[edit]

Eames succeeded Thomas Weelkes as Organist of Winchester College in 1604, and was then Organist of Wimborne Minster from 1610-21.[1] In 1624 he was admitted as Organist of Chichester Cathedral. An unknown offence occasioned his expulsion from office in 1635.[2]

Eames is buried at Winchester College.

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Cultural offices
Preceded by
Thomas Weelkes
Organist
of Chichester Cathedral

1624-1635
Succeeded by
Thomas Lewis