Thomas Le Blanc

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Thomas Le Blanc, F.S.A. (b Cavenham 3 January 1774 - d Northaw 23 January 1843)[1] was a lawyer and academic in the first half of the nineteenth century.[2]

Le Blanc was educated at Trinity Hall, Cambridge, graduating LL.B in 1795 and LL.D in 1816. He was elected Fellow of Trinity Hall in 1800, and its Master in 1815. He was Vice-Chancellor of the University of Cambridge from 1824[3] to 1825.[4]


  1. ^ 'University And Clerical Intelligence' The Times (London, England), Monday, Jan 30, 1843; pg. 3; Issue 18206
  2. ^ Alumni Cantabrigienses: A Biographical List of All Known Students, Graduates and Holders of Office at the University of Cambridge, from the Earliest Times to 1900, John Venn/John Archibald Venn Cambridge University Press > (10 volumes 1922 to 1953) Part II. 1752-1900 Vol. iv. Kahlenberg – Oyler, (1947) p128
  3. ^ 'On Thursday Thomas Le Blanc, Esq. LL. D. Master of Trinity Hall, was elected Vice-Chancellor of this University for next year' The Bury and Norwich Post: Or, Suffolk and Norfolk Telegraph, Essex, Cambridge, & Ely Intelligencer (Bury Saint Edmunds, England), Wednesday, November 10, 1824; Issue 2211
  4. ^ University of Cambridge web-site