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Thomas, Samuellocked

(1626/7–1693)
  • Robert D. Cornwall

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Thomas, Samuel (1626/7–1693), nonjuring Church of England clergyman, was born at Ubley in Somerset, the son of William Thomas (1592/3–1667), the rector there, and his wife, Thomasine (d. in or after 1667). A student at both Cambridge and Oxford during the interregnum, ...

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