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Seward, Thomaslocked

(1708–1790)
  • Thompson Cooper
  • , revised by Pat Bancroft

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Seward, Thomas (1708–1790), Church of England clergyman, was one of at least three sons of John Seward of Badsey, Worcestershire, steward of Lord Windsor, and his wife, Mary. He was admitted a foundation scholar of Westminster School in February 1719. He was elected by the school to scholarships at ...

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