Thomas Morton may refer to:
- Tom Morton (born 1955), Scottish journalist, author and BBC Radio Scotland broadcaster
- Thomas Morton (bishop) (1564–1659), Bishop of Durham and Chester in the 17th century
- Thomas Morton (playwright) (1764–1838), British playwright
- Thomas Morton (colonist) (c. 1579–1647), British lawyer & early colonist of Massachusetts
- Thomas Morton (shipwright) (1781–1832), inventor of the Patent slip
- Thomas Corsan Morton (1859–1928), Scottish artist of the Glasgow School
- Thomas Lewis Morton (1846–1914), English-born farmer and politician in Manitoba, Canada
- Thomas Morton (MP), British Member of Parliament for Gloucestershire
- Thomas Morton (MP for Bishop's Lynn), British Member of Parliament for Bishop's Lynn
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... Morton is an English, Irish, and Scottish surname ... Notable people with the surname include Adam Morton (born 1945), Canadian philosopher Alan Morton, Scottish footballer Alan Morton (footballer born 1942), English footballer ... Morton (1907–1943), US Navy submarine commander during World War Two Henry Morton (scientist) (1836–1902), scientist, first president of Stevens ...
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“Dr. Livingstone, I presume?”
—Sir Henry Morton Stanley (18411904)
“Music is the effort we make to explain to ourselves how our brains work. We listen to Bach transfixed because this is listening to a human mind.”
—Lewis Thomas (b. 1913)