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Hooker, Thomas

Syllabification: Hook·er, Thomas
Pronunciation: /
 
ˈho͝okər/

Definition of Hooker, Thomas in English:

( Circa 1586–1647), American clergyman; born in England. A founding settler of Hartford, Connecticut, in 1636, he helped to write the Fundamental Orders (1639), which was Connecticut’s original constitution.

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