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Thomas Weld came to Boston on 5 June 1632 on the "William and Francis," a Puritan emigrant from England and the first minister of The First Church in Roxbury in Roxbury, Massachusetts from 1632 to 1641.

Thomas Weld (cardinal) Catholic cardinal

Thomas Weld was an English Roman Catholic bishop and cardinal.

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Herbert Joseph Weld Blundell was an English traveller in Africa, archaeologist, philanthropist and yachtsman. He shortened his surname from Weld Blundell to Weld, in 1924.

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The Shireburn or Sherburne Baronetcy, of Stonyhurst in the County of Lancaster, was a title in the Baronetage of England. It was created on 4 February 1686 for Nicholas Shireburn. His only son predeceased him and the title became extinct on Shireburn's death in 1717. The substantial family estates devolved on his only surviving daughter, Maria Winifred Francisca Shireburn, wife of Thomas Howard, 8th Duke of Norfolk. The Duchess of Norfolk died childless in 1754 when the Shireburn estates passed to the children of her aunt Elizabeth Shireburn, wife of Thomas Weld, of Lulworth. In 1794 the Welds donated the Stonyhurst estate to the English Jesuits whose school on the continent was in danger due to the French Revolutionary Wars, and it became the seat of a Catholic school, Stonyhurst College.

Weld is a surname.