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Firmin, Thomaslocked

(1632–1697)
  • Philip Dixon

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Firmin, Thomas (1632–1697), philanthropist, was born in Ipswich in June 1632. His father, Henry Firmin, a butcher, and his wife, Prudence, were both puritans and parishioners of the like-minded Samuel Ward, who, as town preacher, preached at St Mary-le-Tower three times weekly from 1605 to 1635, when he was silenced by ...

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, 63 vols. (1885–1900), suppl., 3 vols. (1901); repr. in 22 vols. (1908–9); 10 further suppls. (1912–96); (1993)