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Hughes, Thomas,

1822–96, English author. A lawyer, Hughes eventually became a judge; he was also a Liberal member of Parliament and worked assiduously for social reforms. His novel of school life, Tom Brown's School Days (1857), is a classic. Its sequel, Tom Brown at Oxford (1861), was less successful.
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Fellow Brit Thomas Hughes, 20, died at the same spot weeks earlier but no barrier was put up until the second tragedy.
Later, the Archdruid inducted Robat Idris, Nia Thomas and Owen Thomas Hughes as new members of the Gorsedd.
Thomas Hughes, 64, from Porthcawl, was jailed for seven years in February after he admitted possessing cocaine with intent to supply and two counts of money laundering.
Thomas Hughes, 64, fromPorthcawl, was jailed for seven years in February after he admitted possessing cocaine with intent to supply and two counts of money laundering.
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1896: Thomas Hughes, lawyer, author and Liberal MP, died.
Her father, Thomas Hughes, told the inquest: "She was a very fun-loving person who was heavily involved in her community.
He also helped the Leicester Coritanians win the team medal with Joel Dungworth (7th), Oliver Freer (10th) and Thomas Hughes (18th).
Property & Casualty at Swiss Reinsurance Company and Thomas Hughes, Executive VP & General Counsel, Corporate Secretary for Greater New York Mutual Insurance Company.
1822: Thomas Hughes, author of Tom Brown's Schooldays, was born at Uffington, Berkshire.
Last month 20-year-old Thomas Hughes, from Wrexham, also died after falling from a walkway.
Last month, Thomas Hughes, 20, from Wrexham, also died after falling from a walkway.