Thomas Mason (c1813-1888)

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Thomas must have left a considerable fortune when he died in 1888, because in his memory Elizabeth built and endowed All Souls Church, Clive Vale, described as one of the best works by prolific ecclesiastical architect Arthur Blomfield (1829-1899).[1]

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