Thomas Hamilton

Thomas Hamilton

Thomas Hamilton or Tom Hamilton may refer to:

cottish nobility

*Thomas Hamilton, 1st Earl of Haddington (1563–1637), Scottish administrator; Lord Advocate; judge; Lord Lieutenant of Haddingtonshire
*Thomas Hamilton, 6th Earl of Haddington (c. 1680–1735), Scottish politician; representative peer (1716–34); Knight of the Thistle (1717)
*Thomas Hamilton, 9th Earl of Haddington (1780–1858), Scottish/English politician; Conservative MP (1802–12 and 1814–27)

Writers and academics

*Thomas Hamilton (writer) (1789–1842), Scottish writer of prose and verse (1827 military novel, "Cyril Thornton")
*Thomas Hamilton (university administrator) (1842–1925), Northern Ireland academic and clergyman; president of Queens College, Belfast
*Thomas H. Hamilton (1914–1979), American academic; served as president of SUNY (1959–62) and University of Hawaii (1963–67)

ports personalities

*Tom Hamilton (coach), American football coach at Naval Academy in Annapolis (Navy Midshipmen); served as head coach 1934–47
*Thomas Hamilton (footballer), Scottish goalkeeper whose career lasted from 1922 to 1934
*Tom Hamilton (football) (1905–1994), American football player (Navy Midshipmen); halfback in College Football Hall of Fame (1965)
*Tom Hamilton (broadcaster), American radio and television sports announcer who began his career in 1990 with the Cleveland Indians
*Thomas Hamilton (basketball) (born 1975), American center whose career lasted from 1995 to 2000


*Tom Hamilton (musician) (born 1951), American bass guitarist best known for his work as a member of the rock band Aerosmith
*Tom Hamilton (born 1978), American singer/songwriter/guitarist; founder of rock bands Brothers Past (1996) and American Babies (2006)


*Thomas Hamilton (architect) (1784–1858), Scottish architect; born in Glasgow, career spent in Edinburgh
*Thomas de Courcy Hamilton (1825–1908), Scottish recipient of the Victoria Cross
*Thomas Glendenning Hamilton (1873–1935), Canadian physician and psychic researcher; member of Manitoba Assembly 1915–1920
*Thomas Foster Hamilton (1894–1969), American aviator
*Thomas Watt Hamilton (1952–1996), Scottish mass killer responsible for the 1996 school shooting known as the Dunblane massacre
*Tom Hamilton (politician) (born 1954), Northern Ireland Unionist member of the Assembly (Strangford, 2001–2003); Mayor of Ards

=See also=
*Hamilton (people)

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  • William Thomas Hamilton — (* 8. September 1820 im Washington County, Maryland; † 26. Oktober 1888 in Hagerstown, Maryland) war ein US amerikanischer Politiker (Demokratische Partei) und von 1880 bis 1884 Gouverneur des Bundesstaates Maryland. Zwischen …   Deutsch Wikipedia

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