Jex-Blake, Thomas William

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Jex-Blake, Thomas William

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1832-1915

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Thomas William Jex-Blake (January 26, 1832 - July 2, 1915) was an eminent Anglican clergyman, educationalist, and headmaster and dean of Wells. He began a career as a school master at Marlborough and was then Assistant Master at Rugby. From 1868 to 1874 he was Principal of Cheltenham College and from 1874 to 1887 was Headmaster of Rugby then Rector of Alvechurch. In 1891 he was appointed Dean of Wells, a post he held for two decades.

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