Thomas Daly

Thomas Daly

Thomas Daly may refer to:
*Thomas Mayne Daly (1852–1911), member of the Canadian House of Commons and cabinet minister from Manitoba
*Thomas Mayne Daly, Sr. (1827–1885), his father, member of the Canadian House of Commons from Ontario
*Thomas Daly (Irish politician), member of the Northern Ireland Assembly
*Thomas Aquinas Daly, American contemporary landscape and still life painter
*Thomas Daly (Alberta politician), municipal councillor in Edmonton, Alberta
*Thomas Joseph Daly (1913–2004), Australian soldier, Chief of the General Staff, 1966–1971
*Thomas Augustine Daly (1871–1948), American humorist

ee also

*Tom Daly (disambiguation)
*Thomas Daley (disambiguation)
*Thomas Vose Daily, Catholic bishop

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