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Thomas Skelton was a lighting designer.

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Thomas Skelton, known as Tommy, (1856-1900) was a jockey who rode the winner of the Grand National 1886 aboard Old Joe. In his first 4 attempts to win the race he achieved third place, then first, second and fourth in 4 attempts before being unplaced on 2 subsequent attempts. The silks Skelton wore to victory in 1886 are today in the possession of Aintree Racecouse and are occasionally displayed in the weighing room bar on Grand National day.

Sir Thomas Skelton, of Hinxton, Cambridgeshire and Sherborne 'Coudray', Hampshire, was an English politician.

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The Thomas Skelton House is an historic house at 124 United States Route 1 in Falmouth, Maine. Built about 1798 in Portland, it is a well-preserved example of Federal style architecture. It was moved to its present site in 1971 to avoid demolition. It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places on May 7, 1973.

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