Thomas Hardy (disambiguation)

Thomas Hardy (disambiguation)

Thomas Hardy is a human name, and may refer to:

* Sir Thomas Hardy, 1st Baronet (1769-1839), British naval officer
* Thomas Duffus Hardy (1804-1878), English antiquary
* Thomas Hardy (1840-1928), English novelist, short story writer, and poet
* Thomas Hardy (English painter) (18th century), English painter whose works include a portrait of Joseph Haydn
* Thomas Hardy (political reformer) (1752-1832), English activist
* Thomas Hardy (winemaker) (19th century), founder of the Hardy Wine Company

ee also

* Tom Hardy (disambiguation)


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