Thomas Robinson or Tom Robinson or Tommy Robinson may refer to:
Thomas Robinson was an English renaissance composer and music teacher, who flourished around 1600. He taught and wrote music for lute, cittern, orpharion, bandora, viol, and singing.
T. Heath Robinson (1869–1954) was an English illustrator of books and magazines, in both line drawings and full color. He illustrated many books for Allen, Nisbit, Dent, Sands and others as well as illustrations for magazines, including Cassell's Family Magazine, The Idler, Pall Mall Magazine and The Strand.
Thomas Robinson, 1st Baron Grantham,, of Newby, Yorkshire, was a British diplomat and politician who sat in the House of Commons between 1727 and 1761.
Thomas Robinson, 2nd Baron Grantham PC was a British statesman. He notably served as Foreign Secretary between 1782 and 1783.
Sir Thomas Robinson was an English corn merchant and Liberal politician who sat in the House of Commons between 1880 and 1895.
Rev John Thomas Romney Robinson FRS FRSE DD DCL LLD, usually referred to as Thomas Romney Robinson, was a 19th-century astronomer and physicist. He was the longtime director of the Armagh Astronomical Observatory, one of the chief astronomical observatories in the UK of its time.
Thomas Robinson was an English first-class cricketer.
Thomas James Douglas Robinson was an English professional footballer of the 1920s. Born in Liverpool, he joined Gillingham from Everton in 1920 and went on to make two appearances for the club in The Football League, scoring one goal.
Thomas Earl Robinson is an American professional basketball player who plays for Maine Red Claws of the NBA G League. A consensus All-American at the University of Kansas, Robinson was drafted fifth overall in the 2012 NBA draft by the Sacramento Kings.
Sir Thomas Robinson, 1st Baronet (1703–1777), of Rokeby, Yorkshire, was an English politician who sat in the House of Commons from 1727 to 1734 and a Governor of Barbados. He was an architect, collector and an extravagant character, whose life was the inspiration for numerous anecdotes.
Thomas Robinson (1749–1813) was an English cleric, known for his volumes of Scripture Characters.
Thomas Robinson (1790–1873) was an English churchman and academic. He became Archdeacon of Madras in 1826, Lord Almoner's Professor of Arabic at Cambridge in 1837, and Master of the Temple in 1845.
Thomas Giles Robinson is a British singer-songwriter, bassist, radio presenter and long-time LGBT rights activist, best known for the hits "Glad to Be Gay", "2-4-6-8 Motorway", and "Don't Take No for an Answer", with his Tom Robinson Band. He later peaked at No. 6 in the UK Singles Chart with his solo single "War Baby".
Thomas Augustus "Tom" Robinson, MBE was a track and field athlete from the Bahamas, who competed in the sprint events. He was born in Nassau, New Providence. Thomas Robinson Stadium in the Bahamian capital Nassau is named for him since its construction in 1981.
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Thomas Moore (1779–1852) was an Irish poet, songwriter, singer, novelist, and historian.
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Thomas Jeramy Armstrong may refer to: American sniper born Born Pensacola,Fl. Time in service 1999-2013 active duty attributes 7 deployments including Iraq, Afghanistan as SF(Special Forces) sniper with 10th group.
Briggs is a surname. Notable people with the surname include:
John Robinson may refer to: