Thomas Winter

(1795—1851) pugilist

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Thomas Winter (c. 1571—1606) conspirator

Frederick Thomas Winter (1926—2004) jockey and racehorse trainer

279 From Thomas White Winter 1655

HUTTON, Thomas Winter (1887 - 1973)

Winter [Wintour], Thomas (c. 1571-1606), conspirator

280 From Thomas White Winter 1655/6

To Thomas Mitton, [?Winter 1837–8]

Winter, Thomas [known as Tom Spring] (1795-1851), pugilist

Winter, Frederick Thomas [Fred] (1926-2004), jockey and racehorse trainer

WINTER, Frederick Thomas (1926 - 2004), racehorse trainer, 1964–87, retired

Wynter [Winter], Thomas (b. c. 1510, d. in or after 1543), clergyman

[1957] To: Mr. Thomas Winter, haberdasher of hats in Penrith Manchester, 10 January, 1718[19]

69 Wallis to Benjamin Whichcote, Thomas Horton, and Anthony Burgess Winter 1655/6

WINTER, Emeritus George Percival Thomas Horden (1885 - 1953), Canon Treas., Leicester Cathedral, 1950–52

WINTER, Thomas (1866 - 1912), Professor of Agriculture, University College of North Wales, Bangor, from 1894

Thomas Winter. Making Men, Making Class: The Ymca and Workingmen, 1877–1920. Chicago: University of Chicago Press. 2002. Pp. xi, 208. Cloth $40.00, paper $17.00

Making Men, Making Class: The YMCA and Workingmen, 1877–1920. By Thomas Winter. (Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 2002. xii, 208 pp. Cloth, $40.00, ISBN 0-226-90230-7. Paper, $17.00, ISBN 0-226-90231-5.)

KETTERING, Charles Franklin (1876 - 1958), engineer and research consultant, US; retired; Director, General Motors Corporation and of various other corporations and companies; Chairman Board of Trustees, Charles F. Kettering Foundation; Pres. Thomas A. Edison Foundation; Hon. Chm. The Winters National Bank and Trust Co.; Director National Geographic Society and Flexible Co

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