Thomas Gray (disambiguation)


Thomas Gray (disambiguation)

Thomas Gray was an English poet, classical scholar and professor of Cambridge University.

Thomas Gray may also refer to:

* Thomas Cecil Gray (born 1913), English anesthesiologist
* Thomas Gray (1788 - 1848), British railway advocate
* Thomas Gray (VC) (1914-1940), English recipient of the Victoria Cross
* Thomas Lomar Gray (1850-1908), British engineer
* Thomas Gray (judge), Justice of the Supreme Court of South Australia

ee also

* Thomas Grey
* Tom Gray
* Tommy Gray


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