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Reeve, Sir Thomaslocked

(1672/3–1737)
  • J. H. Baker

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Reeve, Sir Thomas (1672/3–1737), judge, was the son of Richard Reeve, of New Windsor, Berkshire, who erected four almshouses in the parish in 1688. Admitted to Trinity College, Oxford, at the age of fifteen in 1688, and to the Inner Temple in 1690, ...

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