Thomas or Tom Reed may refer to:
Thomas Buck Reed was a United States Senator from Mississippi.
General Sir Thomas Reed, was a British Army officer and the 20th General Officer Commanding, Ceylon.
Thomas Brackett Reed, was an American politician from the state of Maine, and was a member of the Republican Party. He was elected to the United States House of Representatives 12 times, first in 1876, and served as Speaker of the House, from 1889–1891 and again from 1895–1899.
Thomas German Reed was an English composer, musical director, actor, singer and theatrical manager of the Victorian era. He was best known for creating the German Reed Entertainments, together with his actress wife, a genre of musical plays that made theatre-going respectable at a time when the stage was considered disreputable.
Thomas Reed (1817–1878), was a Danish architect born in the 19th century in the Saint Croix Island.
Thomas Thornton Reed CBE was an Anglican bishop.
Thomas Reid (1710–1796) was a Scottish philosopher.
Reed may be either a surname or given name.
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