Plunket, Thomas, Dd

Plunket, Thomas, D.D.

a noted Presbyterian Irish divine, flourished at Enniskillen in the second half of the 18th century. Having some scruples as to the received doctrine of the Trinity, he removed to Dublin, where he became minister of the Strand Street chapel. He died about 1780. His son was the noted Irish lord William Conyngham Plunket, and his grandson bishop Thomas Span Plunket.

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