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Tombes, Johnlocked

(1602–1676)
  • Julia J. Smith

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Tombes, John (1602–1676), clergyman and ejected minister, was born at Bewdley, Worcestershire, and was baptized in the parish of Ribbesford (which included Bewdley) on 10 October 1602, the son of Edward Tombes, a dyer. His mother's identity is unknown, but he had at least one elder sister. He probably attended ...

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