Thomas Cooke

Thomas Cooke

Thomas Cook or Thomas Cooke may refer to:


*Thomas Cooke (New York) (1778–1853), United States Representative from New York
*Thomas H. Cook (b. 1947), Amercian crime writer
*Thomas Cooke (author) (1703–1756), English translator of the classics
*Thomas Cooke (VC) (1881–1916), Australian recipient of the Victoria Cross
*Thomas Cooke (bishop) (1792–1870), Canadian Roman Catholic bishop
*Thomas Cook (cricketer) (1901–1950), former Sussex batsman
*Thomas Cook (1808–1892), travel entrepreneur
*Thomas Cooke (footballer) (1865–1964), American football player, and member of the 1904 US Olympic Team.
*E. T. Cook (1880–1953), English organist and composer
*Thomas Cook (English politician) (1902–1970), Member of the United Kingdom Parliament for North Norfolk 1931–1945
*Thomas Cook (Scottish politician) (1908–1952), Member of the United Kingdom Parliament for Dundee
*Thomas Cooke (machinist) (1807–1868) telescope maker, founder of T. Cooke & Sons
*Tommy Cook, English cricketer
*Tom Cook, Canadian ice hockey player


*Thomas Cook Group - Travel company
*Thomas Cook AG (former) - Article about the history of the travel company prior to its merger with MyTravel plc
*Thomas Cook Airlines (Belgium)
*Thomas Cook Airlines, UK
*Thomas Cook Airlines Scandinavia
*T. Cooke & Sons, a mathematical instrument company started by Thomas Cooke (machinist)

ee also

*Thomas Coke (pronounced Cook), disambiguation page

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  • Thomas Cooke (VC) — Thomas Cooke VC (July 5, 1881 – July 25, 1916) was an Australian recipient of the Victoria Cross, the highest and most prestigious award for gallantry in the face of the enemy that can be awarded to British and Commonwealth forces.Born in… …   Wikipedia

  • Thomas Cooke — Biographie Naissance 9 février 1792 à la Pointe du Lac, Trois Rivières Ordination sacerdotale 11 septembre 1814 à Québec Décès 30 avril  …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Thomas Cooke (author) — Thomas Cooke, often called Hesiod Cooke, (1703 – December 29, 1756) was a very active English translator and author who ran afoul of Alexander Pope and was mentioned as one of the dunces in Pope s Dunciad. His father was an inn keeper, and Cooke… …   Wikipedia

  • Thomas Cooke Middleton — (1842–1923) was born into a Quaker family on March 30, 1842 in Chestnut Hill, PA. At the age of twelve, he was baptized into the Roman Catholic faith with his mother and five sisters. [Gallagher, Dennis, O.S.A., and Laura Hutelmyer. “Featuring… …   Wikipedia

  • Thomas Cooke (bishop) — Thomas Cooke (9 February 1792 ndash; 31 March 1870) was a Canadian Roman Catholic priest, missionary, and the 1st Bishop of Trois Rivières from 1852 to 1870.References* …   Wikipedia

  • Thomas Cooke (machinist) — This page is about the instrument maker. For other persons named Thomas Cooke, see Thomas Cooke Thomas Cooke (March 8, 1807 ndash; October 19, 1868) was a British instrument maker based on York. He founded T. Cooke Sons, the instrument… …   Wikipedia

  • Thomas Cooke (New York) — Thomas Burrage Cooke (November 21, 1778 November 20, 1853) was a United States Representative from New York. Born in Wallingford, Connecticut, he moved to New York about 1802 and settled in Catskill. He engaged in mercantile pursuits; and was… …   Wikipedia

  • Thomas Cooke (footballer) — Thomas Joseph Cooke (August 22, 1885 ndash; July 1964) was an American amateur football (soccer) player who competed in the 1904 Summer Olympics.He was born in St. Louis, Missouri and died in New Rochelle, New York.In 1904 he was a member of the… …   Wikipedia

  • Thomas Browne, 4th Viscount Kenmare — Thomas Browne, 6th Baronet 4th Viscount Kenmare (April 1726 ndash; 11 September 1795) was an Irish landowner and politician. He was probably born at Killarney, County Kerry, the second of four children of Valentine Browne, fifth Baronet, third… …   Wikipedia

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