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Pierce [Peirse], Thomaslocked

(1621/2–1691)
  • Jon Parkin

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Pierce [Peirse], Thomas (1621/2–1691), dean of Salisbury and religious controversialist, was the son of John Pierce, or Peirse, a woollen draper and mayor of Devizes, Wiltshire. A gifted musician, Pierce was appointed chorister of Magdalen College, Oxford, in 1633 and attended the grammar school adjoining the college under the care of ...

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