Thomas Baker (c. 1680 – 1749) was a British attorney writer.
He was active as a playwright in London 1700-1709 (author of Fine Lady's Airs), then moved to Bedfordshire and lived there as a schoolmaster and vicar until his death in 1749. His successor at Bolnhurst, John Jones remarked in private papers that he was: "A man of strange turn, imperious and clamorous upon topics of no service towards the promoting of true religion in his parish, and not a little addicted to stiff and dividing principles".(M/s 39B101, Dr Williams's Library)
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