Thomas S. Weeks (December 16, 1833 – February 5, 1910) was an American politician and gunsmith.
Weeks was a member of the Wisconsin State Assembly in 1874 as a Democrat.Weeks was born on December 16, 1833 in Monroe, New York. He settled in Fond du Lac, Wisconsin in 1850 and was a gunsmith, and also ran a gun shop.
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He died in Fond du Lac on February 5, 1910.
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