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Tully, Thomaslocked

(1620–1676)
  • Graham Midgley

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Tully, Thomas (1620–1676), college head and religious controversialist, was born, the son of George Tully, in St Mary's parish, Carlisle, on 22 July 1620. He may have been born or brought up in Abbey Street, to whose poor he was especially generous in his will. He was educated at the parish free school and the school at ...

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