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date: 04 June 2020

Thomson, Sir Williamlocked

(1678–1739)
  • David Lemmings

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Thomson, Sir William (1678–1739), judge, born in London, was the second son of Sir William Thompson (d. 1695), king's serjeant-at-law, and his wife, Mary Stephens. He received his early education at Brentwood grammar school before matriculating at Trinity College, Cambridge, in 1691, where he took a BA in 1695. Both ...

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