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Laurence, Thomaslocked

  • A. J. Hegarty


Laurence, Thomas (1597/8–1657), college head, was born the son of a Dorset clergyman. Having obtained a Balliol scholarship in 1614 he matriculated on 11 May 1615, aged seventeen. Elected a fellow of All Souls College in 1617, he was formally admitted on 14 January 1618. He graduated BA on 9 June 1618 and proceeded MA on 16 May 1621. He incorporated his MA at ...

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