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Middleton, Thomas Fanshawlocked

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Middleton, Thomas Fanshaw (1769–1822), bishop of Calcutta, only son of Thomas Middleton, rector of Kedleston, Derbyshire, was born at Kedleston on 26 January 1769. He entered the school at Christ's Hospital, London, on 21 April 1779, and became a ‘Grecian’ (top scholar). Among his peers were ...

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