The Most Reverend
|Archbishop of Armagh|
Primate of All Ireland
|Appointed||2 October 1521|
|Died||16 March 1542|
He was English by birth, a descendant of the Cromer (also spelt Crowemer) family of Tunstall, Kent and Cromer, Norfolk. Caught up in Henry's Reformation of the Church of England, he was deprived of his See of Armagh. He continued in place as Archbishop of Armagh, despite suspicions from Henry about his true beliefs and despite being suspended by the Pope on a charge of heresy.
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- George Cromer
- Concise Dictionary of National Biography
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