Thomas Sheridan may refer to:
Thomas Sheridan was an Anglican divine, essayist, playwright, poet, schoolmaster and translator. He is chiefly remembered for his friendship with Jonathan Swift.
Thomas Sheridan was an Irish stage actor, an educator, and a major proponent of the elocution movement. He received his M.A. in 1743 from Trinity College in Dublin, and was the godson of Jonathan Swift. He also published a "respelled" dictionary of the English language (1780). He was married (1747) to Frances Chamberlaine. His son was the better known Richard Brinsley Sheridan, while his daughters were also writers - Alicia, a playwright, and Betsy Sheridan a diarist. His work is very noticeable in the writings of Hugh Blair.
Thomas Sheridan, known as Tom Sheridan, was the only son of the Irish playwright and poet Richard Brinsley Sheridan and the soprano Elizabeth Ann Linley, although his father had at least one other son from a second marriage. Born in mid-November 1775, Thomas initially tried for a career in politics but was unsuccessful.
|disambiguation page lists articles about people with the same name. If an internal link led you here, you may wish to change the link to point directly to the intended article.This|
Thomas Brown may refer to:
Thomas or Tom Kennedy may refer to:
Thomas Burke or Tom Burke may refer to:
Thomas Watson may refer to:
Brady is a surname derived from the Irish surname Ó Brádaigh or Mac Brádaigh, meaning "Spirited; Broad."
Andrew Gray may refer to:
Thomas Moore (1779–1852) was an Irish poet, songwriter, singer, novelist, and historian.
Thomas, Tom or Tommy Davis may refer to:
Thomas, Tommy or Tom Butler may refer to:
Thomas, Tom or Tommy Kelly may refer to:
Thomas Murphy may refer to:
Thomas Campbell may refer to:
Thomas O’Brien, Tom O’Brien, or Tommy O'Brien may refer to:
Thomas or Tom Mitchell may refer to:
Thomas Stewart may refer to:
Thomas Edwards or Tom Edwards may refer to:
Thomas Hansen may refer to:
Lawlor is an Irish surname. It may refer to:
Tom Barton or Thomas Barton may refer to:
Sheridan is an Anglicized version of the Irish surname O'Sirideáin, originating in Co Longford, Ireland. In Irish Gaelic, it means son of Sheridan.