Thomas Chalmers (disambiguation)

Thomas Chalmers (disambiguation)

Thomas Chalmers may refer to:

* Thomas Chalmers (1780-1847) Scottish divine and a leader of the Free Church of Scotland
* Thomas Chalmers (rugby player) (1850-1926), Scottish rugby player
* Dr. Thomas C. Chalmers (1917?-1995) a leading proponent of the randomized controlled trial and meta-analysis
* Thomas Chalmers, Broadway and Hollywood character actor
*Tom Chalmers of Darwin Press
*Thomas Chalmers Harbaugh, poet and novelist
*Thomas Chalmers Vint, landscape architect

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