Guy, Thomas

Guy, Thomas

(gī), 1645?–1724, English philanthropist, founder of Guy's Hospital, London (1721). As a printer and bookseller, Guy amassed a fortune, which he devoted to private and institutional charity. He contributed largely to St. Thomas's Hospital and Christ's Hospital in London and founded an almshouse in Tamworth, Staffordshire.
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DERBY: Roos, Ssewankambo, Lowe, Hendrie, Lelan, Rawson (Wassall 79), Bennett (McDonald 63), Guy, Thomas, Bunjaku (Vernam 74) Calero.
See JOHN GUY, THOMAS MORE 115 (2000) [hereinafter GUY, THOMAS MORE] (positing a "committee of theologians possibly steered by Archbishop Warham or Bishop Tunstall"); see also Preserved Smith, Luther and Henry VIII, 25 ENG.
See GuY, THOMAS MORE, supra note 31, at 115 ("Luther attacked the Defence with a vituperative tirade.
HENRY VIII, PROCLAMATION PROHIBITING ERRONEOUS BOOKS AND BIBLE TRANSLATIONS (1530), reprinted in 1 TUDOR ROYAL PROCLAMATIONS, supra note 81, at 193, 194 (prohibiting books like The Obedience of a Christian Man and "divers other books"); see also GUY, THOMAS MORE, supra note 31, at 121 (stating over one hundred titles were "formally proscribed on an index of heretical books").
12, reprinted in 3 THE STATUTES OF THE REALM, supra note 114, at 427, 427; see Guy, THOMAS MORE, supra note 31, at 168.
LLANELLI: G Williams, Wright, Bird, Turner, Ashley, Guy, Thomas, Street, Cheeseman, Rose, Mohammed (C Williams, 64).
Ibrahim Bakayoko was the fall guy, Thomas Sorensen diving to his left to push his effort away.