Thomas Morgan

Thomas Morgan

Thomas Morgan may refer to:

*Thomas Morgan (of Llantarnam) (1546–1606), confident and spy of Mary Stuart, Queen of Scots
*Sir Thomas Morgan, 1st Baronet (1604–1679), general of the English Civil War
*Sir Thomas Morgan, 2nd Baronet (1684–1716), Member of Parliament for Herefordshire 1712–1716
*Thomas E. Morgan (1906–1995), U.S. Representative from Pennsylvania
*Thomas Hunt Morgan (1866-1945), American geneticist and embryologist
*Thomas Morgan (deist) (d. 1743), Welsh philosopher
*Thomas Morgan (judge advocate) (1702–1769), Member of Parliament for Brecon 1723–1734, Monmouthshire 1734–1747 and Breconshire 1747–1769
*Thomas Morgan (of Dderw) (1664–1700), Member of Parliament for Brecon 1689–1690 and 1698–1700, Monmouthshire 1690–1700
*Thomas Morgan (of Rhiwpera) (1727–1771), Member of Parliament for Brecon 1754–1763 and Monmouthshire 1763–1771
*Thomas R. Morgan (b. 1930), general in the US Marine Corps
*Thomas Morgan, (1786-1893), early centenarian

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  • Thomas Morgan (of Llantarnam) — Thomas Morgan of Llantarnam (or Bassaleg, a branch of the Morgan of Tredegar) (1546 1606), of the Welsh Morgan of Monmouthshire, was a confidant and spy for Mary Stuart, Queen of Scots, and was involved in the Babington plot to kill Elizabeth I,… …   Wikipedia

  • Thomas Morgan (judge advocate) — Thomas Morgan (20 May 1702 ndash; 12 April 1769) was a Welsh politician and lawyer of the 18th century.He was the younger son of John Morgan and his wife Martha. Thomas received the estate of Rhiwpera upon his father s death in 1720. He entered… …   Wikipedia

  • Thomas Morgan (of Rhiwpera) — Thomas Morgan (8 June 1727 – 15 May 1771) was a Welsh politician, of the family of Morgan of Tredegar. He was the eldest son of Thomas Morgan and his wife Jane Colchester.cite web | url= text …   Wikipedia

  • Thomas Morgan (deist) — Thomas Morgan (d. 1743) was an English deist. [cite book last = Orr first = John title = English Deism: Its Roots and Its Fruits publisher = Eerdmans date = 1934 pages = p. 144 ff] He was the author of a large three volume work entitled The Moral …   Wikipedia

  • Thomas Morgan (of Dderw) — Thomas Morgan, JP (7 September 1664 – 16 December 1700) was a Welsh Whig politician of the 17th century.The eldest son of William Morgan and his first wife Blanche, Morgan inherited his father s estate upon the latter s death in 1680. He married… …   Wikipedia

  • Thomas Morgan (footballer) — Football player infobox playername = Thomas Morgan fullname = Thomas Morgan dateofbirth = Birth date and age|1977|3|30|mf=y countryofbirth = Ireland cityofbirth = Dublin currentclub = Kildare County | position = Midfield years = 1994 1997 1997… …   Wikipedia

  • THOMAS, Morgan (c. 1818-1903) — public benefactor was born in Wales about the year 1818 (The Advertiser, Adelaide, which had been in touch with his executors stated that he was 85 when he died in March 1903). He qualified for the medical profession and came to Adelaide in 1851 …   Dictionary of Australian Biography

  • Sir Thomas Morgan, 1st Baronet — Major General Sir Thomas Morgan, 1st Baronet (1604 – 13 April 1679) was a soldier during the English Civil War, and Commander in Chief in Scotland during the Restoration. Early career The son of a minor Welsh landowner in Monmouthshire, Morgan… …   Wikipedia