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date: 22 February 2020

Hill, Thomas Fordlocked

  • T. E. Jacob
  • , revised by Alexander Du Toit


Hill, Thomas Ford (1753–1795), antiquary, was born on 21 September 1753, the son of George Hill, glove manufacturer of Worcester, and his wife, Elizabeth. He was a Quaker, and intended for a commercial life in the linen trade. After serving an apprenticeship at ...

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