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Adams, Thomaslocked

(b. in or before 1566, d. 1620)
  • H. R. Tedder
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Adams, Thomas (b. in or before 1566, d. 1620), printer, son of Thomas Adams, yeoman, of Neen Savage, Shropshire, was apprenticed to Oliver Wilkes, stationer, on 29 September 1582 for seven years, and turned over to George Bishop on 14 October 1583 for the same period. He was admitted a freeman of the ...

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