Thomas Seymour

Last updated

Thomas Seymour may refer to:

See also

Related Research Articles

Seymour, Connecticut Town in Connecticut, United States

Seymour is a town located in New Haven County, Connecticut, United States. The population was 16,748 at the 2020 census. Seymour is bordered by the towns of Oxford and Beacon Falls to the north, Bethany and Woodbridge to the east, Ansonia and Derby to the south, and Shelton to the west.

Thomas Waller may refer to:

Edward Seymour may refer to:

John Seymour may refer to:

Thomas, Tommy or Tom Butler may refer to:

Thomas Bond may refer to:

Thomas, Tom or Tommy Hill may refer to:

Thomas Williams may refer to:

Seymour (surname) Surname list

Seymour is an English toponymic surname of Norman origin. Notable individuals with this surname include:

William Seymour may refer to:

Henry Seymour may refer to:

Thomas, Tom and Tommy Morrison may refer to:

Thomas Spencer may refer to:

Thomas H. Seymour American politician (1807–1868)

Thomas Hart Seymour was an American lawyer and Democratic politician who served as the 36th Governor of Connecticut from 1850 to 1853 and as Minister to Russia from 1853 to 1858. He was the leader of the peace settlement in the Democratic Party, and narrowly lost the April 1863 gubernatorial election.

David Seymour may refer to:

Thomas, Thom, Tom, or Tommy Brooks may refer to:

Henry Conway may refer to:

Thomas Tracy may refer to:

1851 Connecticut gubernatorial election

The 1851 Connecticut gubernatorial election was held on April 7, 1851. It was a rematch of the 1850 Connecticut gubernatorial election. Incumbent governor and Democratic Party nominee Thomas H. Seymour defeated former state legislator and Whig nominee Lafayette S. Foster with 48.94% of the vote.

1850 Connecticut gubernatorial election

The 1850 Connecticut gubernatorial election was held on April 1, 1850. Former congressman and Democratic Party nominee Thomas H. Seymour defeated former state legislator and Whig nominee Lafayette S. Foster with 48.11% of the vote.