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Newton, Thomaslocked

(1704–1782)
  • Nigel Aston

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Newton, Thomas (1704–1782), bishop of Bristol, was born at Lichfield on 1 January 1704, the son of John Newton (c.1671–1754), a brandy and cider merchant, and his first wife, Isabel (d. 1705), the daughter of a clergyman named Rhodes. Newton...

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