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 Grey, chronicler, whose surname is often spelled 'Gray'
  • Thomas Gray (MP) (c. 1359–1400), British Member of Parliament for Northumberland
  • Thomas Cecil Gray (1913–2008), English anaesthesiologist
  • 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 (landscape architect), English landscape architect, designer of the gardens at Ropsha
  • Thomas Ruffin Gray, American lawyer, author of The Confessions of Nat Turner as originally published in 1831
  • Thomas Gray (judge), Justice of the Supreme Court of South Australia
  • Thomas Gray (surveyor) (1832–1890), Board of Trade
  • Thomas Gray (soccer) (born 1986), American soccer player
  • Tom Gray (born 1941), bluegrass musician
  • Tom Gray (musician), musician in the band Gomez
  • Tom Gray (speed skater) (b. 1945), American Olympic speed skater
  • Tommy Gray (1926–1989), Scottish footballer and football club manager

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