Thomas Fleming


Thomas Fleming

Thomas Fleming may refer to:

*Thomas Fleming, Earl of Wigtown (d. 1382)
*Sir Thomas Fleming (judge) (1544-1613), English judge
*Thomas Fleming (archbishop), Irish Franciscan and Roman Catholic Archbishop of Dublin
*Thomas Fleming (author), Roman Catholic, editor of "Chronicles: A Magazine of American Culture"
*Thomas Fleming (historian), American historian
*Thomas Willis Fleming (1819–1890), English landed proprietor and Conservative MP
*Tom Fleming (actor), Scottish actor and BBC commentator
*Tom Fleming (athlete) (born 1951), American runner
*Tommy Fleming (soccer), Scottish American football (soccer) player
*Tommy Fleming (musician), Irish singer
*Thomas Fleming House, Massachusetts, U.S.A.

;See also
*Thomas Flemming, East German swimmer


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  • Fleming valve — schematic from US Patent 803,684. The Fleming valve, also called the Fleming oscillation valve, was a vacuum tube diode invented by John Ambrose Fleming and used in the earliest days of radio communication. As the first vacuum tube, the IEEE has… …   Wikipedia


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