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Flindell, Thomaslocked

(1767–1824)
  • Christine North

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Flindell, Thomas (1767–1824), newspaper editor and printer, was born at Helford, in the parish of Manaccan, Cornwall, one of the six children of Thomas Flindell, victualler, and his wife, Alice Williams. He was apprenticed to a printer, probably Philip Elliot of Falmouth, his father's friend. Following ...

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