Thomas Belke

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Thomas Belke (d. 1712) was a canon of Canterbury (Stall III) from 1676 to 1712. He was educated at Queen's College, Cambridge (B.A. 1654-5; M.A. 1658; B.D. 1667; D.D. 1671; fellow 1655 to 1656, and 1660 to 1676). He held the rectory of Wickhambreux simultaneously with his canonry. His father William Belke (1597–1676) had been canon of Canterbury from 1660 to 1676.

Shelfmark W/M-1-29
Thomas Pierce. Law and equity of the Gospel. Or the goodness of our Lord as a legislator. ... By Thomas Pierce ...
London: 1686.
Inscription on title page: Ex libris Thomæ Belke SS. Theologiæ professoris Can. Cant.