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Thomas Bridges

(c. 1710—1780) playwright and novelist


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Thomas Bridges (c. 1842—1898) dictionary compiler, missionary, and sheep farmer

Thomas Bridges Boucher Skinner (1804—1877) army officer and engineer

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Thomas William Bridge (1848—1909) zoologist

BRIDGE, Thomas Field Dunscomb (1847 - 1934)

Bridge, Thomas William (1848-1909), zoologist

Skinner, Thomas Bridges Boucher (1804-1877), army officer and engineer

Bridges, Thomas Edward (born 1927), HM Diplomatic Service, retired

574 SIR THOMAS BRIDGES to LOCKE, 25 September 1680

BRIDGES, Mark Thomas (born 1954), Private Solicitor to the Queen, since 2002

HARGREAVES, Thomas (1889 - 1966), retired; Chairman, Lancashire County Council, Highways and Bridges; Chairman, Lancashire Rivers Board

WILLIAMS, Thomas Charles (died 1927), Minister of the Welsh Presbyterian Church, Menai Bridge, North Wales

Broad-bridge, George Thomas (1869 - 1952), HM Lieut for City of London

Bridges, Thomas (b. 1710?, d. in or after 1775), playwright and novelist

Bridges, Thomas (c. 1842-1898), dictionary compiler, missionary, and sheep farmer

118 To John and Margaret Bridges, and Thomas and Anne Foley 9 May 1653

Thomas J. Harvey. Rainbow Bridge to Monument Valley: Making the Modern Old West.

‘ “Tenderly” and “With Care” ’: Thomas Hood's ‘The Bridge of Sighs’ and the Suicide of Harriet Shelley

BRIDGE, Thomas William (1848 - 1909), Mason Professor of Zoology and Comparative Anatomy in the University of Birmingham; at one time Demonstrator of Comparative Anatomy in the University of Cambridge, and Professor of Zoology at the Royal College of Science, Dublin

 
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