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Jones, Thomaslocked

  • C. W. Sutton
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Jones, Thomas (1810–1875), librarian, was born at Margam, Glamorgan, in 1810, the third son of Philip Jones. He was educated at Cowbridge grammar school and (from 1827) at Jesus College, Oxford, where he graduated BA in 1832. Although he had originally intended to take holy orders, he abandoned the idea in favour of the world of books. In 1842 he compiled a catalogue of the ...

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