Thomas Dugard and His Circle in the 1630s – a ‘Parliamentary–Puritan’ Connexion?

@article{Hughes1986ThomasDA,
  title={Thomas Dugard and His Circle in the 1630s – a ‘Parliamentary–Puritan’ Connexion?},
  author={Ann Hughes},
  journal={The Historical Journal},
  year={1986},
  volume={29},
  pages={771-793}
}
  • A. Hughes
  • Published 1986
  • Art
  • The Historical Journal
The career of Thomas Dugard, the focus of this article, can be very briefly outlined. The son of a Worcestershire schoolmaster, Dugard was educated at Sidney Sussex College Cambridge, where his uncle Richard was an eminent tutor. Thomas gained his M.A. in 1633, and the same year became Master of Warwick school where he remained until he obtained the wealthy living of Barford, south Warwickshire in 1648. He kept this living until his death in 1683, by which time he had, by the skin of his teeth… Expand
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