Thomson James


 (tŏm′sən), James 1700-1748.
Scottish-born British poet whose works, most notably The Seasons (1726-1730) and The Castle of Indolence (1748), presaged romanticism.
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Family wreath only, donations in lieu if so desired to The Sir Geraint THOMSON James Marshall (Jock) Peacefully, on Thursday Nov 19, 2015 at Nevill Hall Hospital, James Marshall Thomson, aged 95 years of Bourneville Terr, Tredegar; the beloved husband of the late 'Queenie' and father of Anthony.
WINNER JAMES THOMSON JAMES' throat, vocal chords, tongue and stomach were all horrifically burnt after the twoyear-old drank a toxic substance.