William Brantingham

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William Brantingham
Seneschal of the Prior of Durham
Church Durham Priory
Appointed 1536/1537
Other posts Gospeller
Personal details
Died 1548
Nationality English
Denomination Anglican
Residence Dun Cow Lane, Lydgate, from 1540

William Brantingham was an English clergyman of the sixteenth century and a member of the Brantingham family. He held various posts, including seneschal of the prior of Durham in 1536/1537, and was a gospeller from 1541 until his death in 1548. Brantingham lived in Dun Cow Lane, Lydgate, from 1540.[1]

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  1. ^ Durham (1946)

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