Adams, Thomas (1)

Adams, Thomas (1), brother of Richard, became a student of Brasenose College, Oxford, England, in July, 1649 and was made fellow in June, 1652. He was much esteemed for his: learning, piety, and diligence 1 Ejected from the university in 1662, he resided for a considerable time in the family of Sir Samuel Jones, and afterwards was chaplain to the countess-dowager of Clared He died Dec. 11, 1670. He wrote a few tracts on the principles .of religion, and one on the controversy between the Church and Dissenters. See Wood, Fasti, vol.-ii.

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