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Good, Thomaslocked

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Good, Thomas (1609/10–1678), college head, was born in Worcestershire, supposedly of 'plebeian' stock, and was admitted a king's scholar at the King's School, Worcester, in 1622, during the headship of Henry Bright (1562–1627), a former fellow of Balliol College, Oxford, and one of the most prominent schoolmasters of his day. By 1625 ...

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