Thomas Jack

(c. 1528—1598) schoolmaster and Church of Scotland minister

'Thomas Jack' can also refer to...

Thomas, Jack

Jack Ward Thomas

JACKS, Thomas Lavington (1884 - 1966)

Lang, John Thomas ‘Jack’ (1876–1975)

Grein, Jacob Thomas [Jack] (1862-1935), drama critic and impresario

Jack, Thomas (d. 1598), schoolmaster and Church of Scotland minister

Grein, J[acob] T[homas] (‘Jack’) (11 Oct. 1862)

Judge, John Thomas [Jack] (1872-1938), music hall entertainer and composer

Dupree, William Thomas [known as Champion Jack Dupree] (1909-1992), boxer and blues pianist

THOMAS, Jeremy Jack (born 1949), film producer; Chairman, Recorded Picture Co., since 1973

BALDRY, Jack Thomas (1911 - 2007), Director, Purchasing and Supplies, Post Office, 1969–72

HOWARD-DRAKE, Jack Thomas Arthur (1919 - 2013), Assistant Under-Secretary of State, Home Office, 1974–78

Blabbing Leaves of Betraying Paper: Configuring the Past in George Gascoigne's The Adventures of Master F.J., Thomas Nashe's The Unfortunate Traveller & Thomas Deloney's Jack of Newbury

Thomas R. Hietala. The Fight of the Century: Jack Johnson, Joe Louis, and the Struggle for Racial Equality. Armonk, N.Y.: M. E. Sharpe. 2002. Pp. 375. $39.95

TIZARD, Jack (1919 - 1979), Professor of Child Development, University of London, Institute of Education, 1964–71, Research Professor since 1971; Director, Thomas Coram Research Unit, since 1973

The Fight of the Century: Jack Johnson, Joe Louis, and the Struggle for Racial Equality. By Thomas R. Hietala. (Armonk: Sharpe, 2002.375 pp. $39.95, isbn 0-7656-0722-0.)

Jack Ward Thomas: The Journals of a Forest Service Chief. Edited by Harold K. Steen. Durham, N.C.: Forest History Society, in association with the University of Washington Press, 2004. 417 pp. Illustrations, notes, index. $30.00

Twisleton-Wykeham-Fiennes, John Fiennes (1830 - 1907), [this Baron was 21st in descent from Geoffrey de Saye, who opposed King John and was one of the twenty-five Barons entrusted with enforcement of Magna Carta; 8th in descent was Joan, who m Sir William Fiennes, whose g s became 1st Baron, who when a prisoner in the Tower was dragged out by Jack Cade’s mob and beheaded in Cheapside, 1451; 2nd Baron landed with Edward IV, when preparing to regain the crown, but fell at Barnet, 1471; 8th Baron was a Commissioner for the Public Safety in the time of Charles I, and a distinguished Parliamentarian; 9th Baron’s d of Elizabeth m John Twisleton, 4th in descent from whom was Thomas Twisleton, who became 10th Baron]

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