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Bond, Thomaslocked

(1765–1837)
  • John Westby-Gibson
  • , revised by Christine North

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Bond, Thomas (1765–1837), topographer, was born at East Looe, Cornwall, in February 1765, the son of Thomas Bond, JP, and his wife, Philippa, daughter of John Chubb of East Looe (said to be the first discoverer of fossils in Cornwall). Bond was by training a lawyer, and practised as a solicitor in ...

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