Thomas Adams


Thomas Adams

Thomas Adams may refer to:

*Thomas Adams (playwright) (1580–1653), English playwright
*Sir Thomas Adams, 1st Baronet (1586–1668), Lord Mayor of London
*Thomas Adams (publisher) (died 1620), English bookseller and publisher
*Thomas Adams (writer) (1633–1670), religious writer
*Thomas Adams (politician) (1730–1788), Virginia delegate to the Continental Congress
*Thomas Adams (musician) (1785–1858), English organist and composer
*Thomas Adams (architect) (1871–1940), pioneer of urban planning
*Thomas Boylston Adams (1772–1832), youngest son of U.S. president John Adams
*Thomas Sewall Adams (1873–1933) American economist and educator

ee also

*Tom Adams (disambiguation)


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  • Thomas Adams (publisher) — Thomas Adams (in or before 1566 – 1620)Tedder.] was an English publisher. Born into a yeoman s family, he became an apprentice to Oliver Wilkes, a member of the Stationers Company, on September 29, 1582; he was transferred to a new master, George …   Wikipedia

  • Thomas Adams (Unternehmer) — Thomas Adams (* 1818 in New York; † 1905) war ein US amerikanischer Erfinder, er gilt als Vater des Kaugummis. Leben und Wirken Der Erfinder Thomas Adams verkaufte statt der bis dahin auf dem Markt existierenden Kaugummikugeln aus Paraffinwachs… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Thomas Adams (architect) — Thomas Adams (September 10, 1871–March 24, 1940) was a pioneer of urban planning. Born on a farm near Edinburgh and a farmer in his early years, Adams moved to London where he worked as a journalist. He served as secretary to the Garden City… …   Wikipedia

  • Thomas Adams (Politiker) — Thomas Adams (* 1730 im New Kent County, Virginia; † August 1788 im Augusta County, Virginia) war ein amerikanischer Politiker und Geschäftsmann aus Virginia. Adams besuchte die Gemeinschaftsschulen. Anschließend war er als Clerk des Henrico… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Thomas Adams (musician) — Thomas Adams (September 5, 1785 – September 15, 1858) was an English organist and composer for organ.Born in London, Adams studied under Thomas Busby, and served as organist at several prominent London churches. His published organ works include… …   Wikipedia

  • Thomas Adams (politician) — Thomas Adams (1730 August, 1788) was a politician and businessman from Virginia.Adams was born in New Kent County in 1730. His first political position was as a clerk of Henrico County, and later a member of the Virginia House of Burgesses. Adams …   Wikipedia

  • Thomas Adams (writer) — Thomas Adams (ca. 1633 mdash;11 December 1670), brother of writer Richard Adams, also became a student of Brasenose College, Oxford, in July 1649, and was made fellow in June 1652. He performed all his college exercises with approbation, and was… …   Wikipedia

  • Thomas Adams (playwright) — Thomas Adams (1580/83 1652/53) was not an English playwright but rector of St. Bennet s in London. Although he was not a Puritan in every sense, he was later called The Shakespeare of the Puritans by Robert Southey …   Wikipedia


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