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Thomas Lindsay

(1656—1724) Church of Ireland archbishop of Armagh


'Thomas Lindsay' can also refer to...

Thomas Martin Lindsay (1843—1914) historian

LINDSAY, Thomas (1793 - 1861), Painter, watercolourist

BATE, Thomas Elwood Lindsay (1852 - 1937)

Lindsay, Alexander Thomas (born 1991)

CHURCHILL, Thomas Bell Lindsay (1907 - 1990)

Lindsay, Thomas Martin (1843–1914)

Lindsay, Thomas Martin (1843-1914), historian

BUICK, Thomas Lindsay (died 1938), retired journalist

Lindsay, Thomas (1656-1724), Church of Ireland archbishop of Armagh

Willman, Thomas Lindsay (1784 - 1840), clarinettist, basset-horn

LINDSAY, Thomas Martin (1843 - 1914), Principal, United Free Church College, Glasgow, from 1902

NORTH, Thomas (Lindsay) (born 1919), Chairman, G. J. Coles & Coy Limited, Melbourne, Australia, 1979–83, Hon. Chairman, 1983–84

LINDSAY, Thomas Somerville (1854 - 1933), Archdeacon of Dublin, 1918–26; Rector of Malahide with Portmarnock and St Doulagh’s, Dublin, 1889–1926

LINDSAY, Thomas Enraght (died 1947), Archdeacon of Cleveland, 1907–38, Emeritus since 1938; Canon of York since 1918; Examining Chaplain to Archbishop of York since 1907

Frida. Directed by Julie Taymor; produced by Sarah Green, Salma Hayek, Jay Polstein, Lizz Speed, Nancy Hardin, Lindsay Flickinger, and Roberto Sneider; written by Claney Sigal, Diane Lake, Gregory Nava, and Anna Thomas. 2002; color; 122 minutes. Distributed by Miramax and Frida, naturaleza viva. A. Directed by Paul Leduc; produced by Manuel Barbachano Ponce; written by Paul Leduc and Juan Joaquín Blanco. 1984; color; 107 minutes. Mexico. Spanish with English subtitles. Distributed by Clasa Films Mundiales

 
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