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Vesey, Sir Thomas, first baronetlocked

(1672/3–1730)
  • Toby Barnard

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Vesey, Sir Thomas, first baronet (1672/3–1730), Church of Ireland bishop of Ossory, was born at Cork, the son of John Vesey (1638–1716), successively dean of Cork, bishop of Limerick, and archbishop of Tuam, and his wife, Rebecca Wilson. His education began in Cork...

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