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Thomas Blake (9 November 1825 – 31 March 1901) was an English Liberal politician

Blake was the youngest son of William Blake, of Ross on Wye. He was chairman of the Ross School Board, to which he was elected four times.[1]

Blake stood for parliament unsuccessfully at Hereford in 1868. In the Leominster by-election, 1875 he was elected Member of Parliament for Leominster and held the seat until 1880. He was elected Member of Parliament for the Forest of Dean in 1885 but gave up the seat in 1887.[2]

Blake died at the age of 75.

Blake married firstly Susan Ellen Gordon in 1844. He married secondly Anne Kay in 1874.

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Parliament of the United Kingdom
Preceded by
Richard Arkwright
Member of Parliament for Leominster
18751880
Succeeded by
James Rankin
Preceded by
See
West Gloucestershire constituency
Member of Parliament for Forest of Dean
New constituency
1885–1887
Succeeded by
Godfrey Blundell Samuelson

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