Wilson, Thomas (3), Dd

Wilson, Thomas (3), D.D.

an English divine, son of bishop Thomas, was born at Kirk Michael, in the Isle of Man, Aug. 24, 1703. He was educated at Christ Church, Oxford, where he graduated A.M., Dec. 16, 1727; became prebendary of Westminster in 1743; was forty-six years rector of St. Stephen's, Walbrook; and died at Alford House, Bath, April 15, 1784. He published, Distilled Liquors the Bane of the Nation; Review of the Project for Building a New Square at Westminster (1757); The Ornaments of the Churches Considered, etc. (1716).

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