Thomas Walker


Thomas Walker

Thomas or Tom Walker may refer to:

  • Thomas Walker (academic) (died 1665), English academic at Oxford University
  • Thomas Walker (explorer) (1715–1794), American explorer
  • Thomas Walker (Bush family) (1758–1799), English ancestor of Bush family
  • Thomas Walker (Canadian politician) (1759–1812), Canadian lawyer and politician
  • Tom Walker (cricketer) (1762–1831), English cricketer
  • Thomas Walker (Australian philanthropist) (1804–1886), Australian politician and banker
  • Thomas A. Walker (1828–1889), English civil engineering contractor
  • T. B. Walker (1840–1928), Minneapolis businessman who founded the Walker Art Center
  • Thomas Eades Walker (1843-1899), British Member of Parliament for East Worcestershire, 1874–1880
  • Thomas Walker (Australian politician) (1858–1932), Australian politician; a member of two different state parliaments
  • Tom Walker (1900s pitcher) (1881–1944), baseball player
  • Thomas Glynn Walker (1899–1993), United States federal judge
  • Thomas Walker (naval officer) (1919–2003), U.S. Navy officer
  • Thomas J. Walker former provincial MLA from Alberta, Canada
  • Tom Walker (1970s pitcher) (born 1948), American baseball player
  • Thomas Walker (attorney), a U.S. Attorney
fictional character

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  • Thomas Walker (philanthropist) — Thomas Walker (1804 September 2, 1886) was an Australian politician and banker; he and his daughter Dame Eadith Campbell Walker were important philanthropists.Thomas Walker was born at Leith, Scotland, in 1804, and came to Sydney as a young man.… …   Wikipedia

  • Thomas Walker (Australian politician) — Thomas Walker (5 February 1858 ndash; 10 May 1932) was an Australian politician, a member of two different state parliaments.Walker was born in Preston, Lancashire, England, the son of corn miller and merchant Thomas Walker, and Ellen nee Eccles …   Wikipedia

  • Thomas Walker Gilmer — (* 6. April 1802 in Gilmerton, Albemarle County, Virginia; † 28. Februar 1844 auf dem Potomac River) war ein US amerikanischer Politiker. Er war Gouverneur des Staates Virginia und amtierte …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Thomas Walker Horsfield — (* 12. Mai 1773 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; † 14. Juli 1859 in London) war ein britischer Arzt, Zoologe und Botaniker. Sein offizielles botanisches Autorenkürzel lautet „Horsf.“. Horsfield wurde 1773 in Philadelphia im US Bundesstaat… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Thomas Walker (Finnish cricketer) — Thomas Walker (born January 3, 1978 in Helsinki) is a Finnish cricketer who has played with Finland since 2000.A medium fast bowler and a lower order batsman, he played during the ECC Representative Festival of 2000, the ECC Trophy tournament of… …   Wikipedia

  • Thomas Walker (Canadian politician) — Thomas Walker (ca 1759 ndash; January 1812) was a lawyer and political figure in Lower Canada.He served as clerk in the Court of Common Pleas for Montreal District in 1779. Walker was named to the bar the following year. In 1783, he was employed… …   Wikipedia

  • Thomas Walker (Bush family) — Thomas Walker (1758 1799) was the father of George E. Walker and an ancestor of the Bush family.He was born 1758 in Clifton, Gloucester, near Bristol, England, and was murdered 1799 at sea by pirates plundering his ship. He married Catherine… …   Wikipedia

  • Thomas Walker (explorer) — Dr. Thomas Walker (January 15, 1715 – November 9, 1794) was a physician and explorer from Virginia who led an expedition to what is now the region beyond the Allegheny Mountains area of British North America in the mid 18th century. He was… …   Wikipedia

  • Thomas Walker Arnold — Infobox Philosopher region = scholar era = Medieval era color = #B0C4DE image caption = Sir Thomas Arnold name = Thomas Walker Arnold birth = April 191864 Fact|date=February 2007 death = June 9 1930 Fact|date=February 2007 school tradition = main …   Wikipedia

  • Thomas Walker Gilmer — Infobox US Cabinet official name=Thomas W. Gilmer image width=200px order=15th title=United States Secretary of the Navy term start=February 19, 1844 term end=February 28, 1844 predecessor=David Henshaw successor=John Y. Mason birth date=birth… …   Wikipedia