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Kidd, Thomaslocked

(1770–1850)
  • H. R. Luard
  • , revised by Richard Smail

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Kidd, Thomas (1770–1850), classical scholar and schoolmaster, was the son of Thomas Kidd of Kidd, Yorkshire. He was educated at Giggleswick School under William Paley before being entered on 14 December 1789 as a sizar of Trinity College, Cambridge, where he took the degrees of BA (as fifth junior optime) in 1794 and MA in 1797. He was for some time second master of ...

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