Thomas Holbech, D.D. (1606–1680) was an academic in the 17th century.[1]

Dillingham was born in Fillongley and entered Emmanuel College, Cambridge in 1622,[2] graduating B.A in 1626 and M.A. in 1629.[3] He was Fellow of Emmanuel from 1629 to 1675; and Vicar of Epping from 1641 to 163; and again from 1660 until his death. He was also Rector of St Augustine Watling Street from 1662.[4] He was Master of Emmanuel[5] from 1676 until his death in 1680.[6] He was Vice-Chancellor of the University of Cambridge from 1677 to 1678.[7]

References

  1. ^ "Baal's Priests: The Loyalist Clergy and the English Revolution" McCall, F. p233: London; Routledge; 2016 ISBN 9781409455776
  2. ^ "A History of Emmanuel College, Cambridge" Sarah Bendall,S; Brooke,C; Collinson, P: Woodbridge, Boydell, 2000 ISBN 0851153933
  3. ^ Alumni Cantabrigienses
  4. ^ Londinium Redivivum Volume 2 Malcolm, J.P p91: London; Nichols and Son; 1803
  5. ^ "Fasti Ecclesiæ Anglicanæ" Le Neve, J. p438: London; J.Nutt; 1716
  6. ^ Emmanuel College, Cambridge web-site
  7. ^ University web-site