Thomas Cross

(fl. c. 1634—1692) engraver

'Thomas Cross' can also refer to...

Cross, Thomas, the Elder

Cross, Thomas, the Younger

CROSS, Thomas, the Elder - Engraver

CROSS, Thomas, the Younger - Engraver

Cross, Thomas (fl. 1644-1682), engraver

Cross, Thomas, music engraver, printer, publisher, music seller

SVENNINGSEN, Nils Thomas (1894 - 1985), Grand Cross, Order of Dannebrog, Denmark

KELLY-KENNY, Thomas (1840 - 1914), Grand Cross of the Red Eagle; Grand Cross of the Rising Sun

PECHEY, Archibald Thomas (1876 - 1961), noms de plume Valentine, and Mark Cross; author, lyrist, and playwright

CROSS, Clifford Thomas (1920 - 2002), Commissioner, Customs and Excise, 1970–79

PICKAVANCE, Thomas Gerald (1915 - 1991), Fellow, St Cross College, Oxford, 1967–84, then Emeritus

MORRILL, Thomas James (1886 - 1969), County Representative, Emergency Help Scheme, St John and British Red Cross Society

HART, Thomas Wheeler (1875 - 1958), DL, Co. Lancaster; Retired from practice; Deputy President, British Red Cross Society, East Lancs, 1948

COTTON-JODRELL, Edward Thomas Davenant (1847 - 1917), DL, JP; County Director, Cheshire Branch, British Red Cross Society, since Aug. 1914

Comparison of the immediate post-operative outcome of two different myocardial protection strategies: antegrade–retrograde cold St Thomas blood cardioplegia versus intermittent cross-clamp fibrillation

SOMERSCALES, Thomas Lawrence (1913 - 1996), General Secretary, Joint Committee of the Order of St John of Jerusalem and the British Red Cross Society, 1960–78

MAKINS, George Henry (1853 - 1933), Consulting Surgeon to St Thomas’s Hospital and to Evelina Hospital for Sick Children; Hon. Maj.-Gen. AMS; Member of Council British Red Cross Society; Treasurer Imperial Cancer Research Fund

BROWN, Herbert (1869 - 1946), Organiser, British Farmers Red Cross Fund; Knight of Grace, Order of St John of Jerusalem: in charge of Appeal Branch, French Red Cross, 1918 (in England); Chairman Appeal Branch, Officers’ Association, 1920 and 1921; Chairman Appeal Branch of the British Legion on its formation in 1921; Governor St Thomas Hospital and Member of Star and Garter Management Committee; President National Association of British and Irish Millers, 1922; President, Croydon Hospital; Chevalier Legion of Honour (France); Officier Ordre Léopold (Belgium)

JACOB, William Mungo (born 1944), Archdeacon of Charing Cross, 1996–2015, now Archdeacon Emeritus; Rector, St Giles-in-the-Fields, 2000–15; Priest-in-charge: St Anne’s, Soho with St Thomas and St Peter, 2011–13; St John’s, East Dulwich, since 2015

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