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1613, Feb 111700, Mar 14
the fifth and youngest son of Robert Killigrew and his wife Mary. He was the younger brother of the dramatist Thomas Killigrew, and became chaplain and almoner to the Duke of York, and master of the Savoy after the Restoration. At the Restoration, he was appointed almoner to the Duke of York and the following year Master of the Savoy. A juvenile play of his, The Conspiracy, was printed surreptitiously in 1638, and in an authenticated version in 1653 as Pallantus and Eudora.
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