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Adam, Thomaslocked

(1701–1784)
  • A. B. Grosart
  • , revised by D. Bruce Hindmarsh

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Adam, Thomas (1701–1784), Church of England clergyman, was born at Leeds in the West Riding of Yorkshire on 25 February 1701, the third of the six children of Henry Adam, solicitor and town clerk of Leeds corporation, and his wife, Elizabeth Blythman, daughter of ...

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