Appleby, Thomas, English organist and composer; b. probably in Lincoln, 1488; d. there, c. 1562. He was organist at Lincoln Cathedral (1538–39). After serving as organist at Magdalen Coll., Oxford (1539–41), he resumed his post at Lincoln Cathedral. He composed sacred works.
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