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John Lloyd Thomas

John Lloyd Thomas, British humanitarian. Member board mgrs. and Executive Committee New York Home for Incurables.

Background

  • Thomas, John Lloyd was born on April 22, 1857 in Witton Park, England. Son of Review Isaac and Mary (Hopkins) Thomas.

  • Education

    • Educated Darlington, England, and Utlca, New York.

    Career

    • Removed to New York, 1888, and was editor and writer for a number of papers until 1896. Manager Mills Hotels and Model Dwellings, since 1897. President Queensboro Development Corporation.

      Treasurer Protective Land Corporation. Editor of Brotherhood (monthly magazine). Editor The Constitution, New York, 1890-1896.

      Has lectured on sociological questions in the United States, Canada and Great Britain. Secretary National Prohibition Party and National Constitutional League for several years. Traveled in Europe studying subjects of model dwellings and similar movements for benefit of working mentor Lecturer.

    Works

    • Editor The Constitution, New York, 1890-1896. Has lectured on sociological questions in the United States, Canada and Great Britain. Secretary National Prohibition Party and National Constitutional League for several years.

      Traveled in Europe studying subjects of model dwellings and similar movements for benefit of working mentor Lecturer.

    Membership

    Member board mgrs. and Executive Committee New York Home for Incurables.

    Connections

    • Married Mary A. Brant, April.
    • father: Review Isaac Thomas
    • mother: Mary (Hopkins) Thomas
    • spouse: Mary A. Brant
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    Born April 22, 1857
    Died February 6, 1925
    (aged 67)
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