Thomas Smythe (c. 1558 – 1625) was an English merchant and politician.
Sir Thomas Smythe or Smith, was an English merchant, politician and colonial administrator. He was the first governor of the East India Company and treasurer of the Virginia Company from 1609 to 1620 until enveloped by scandal.
Thomas Smythe may also refer to:
Thomas Smythe or Smith of London, Ashford and Westenhanger, Kent, (1522–1591) was the collector of customs duties in London during the Tudor period, and a Member of Parliament for five English constituencies. His son and namesake, Sir Thomas Smythe, was the first governor of the East India Company, treasurer of the Virginia Company, and an active supporter of the Virginia colony.
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Sir Richard Fanshawe, 1st Baronet PC was an English poet and translator. He was a diplomat and politician who sat in the House of Commons from 1661 to 1666. During the English Civil War he supported the Royalist cause and served King Charles II in battle and in exile.
George Smythe, 7th Viscount Strangford, styled The Honourable George Smythe until 1855, was a British Conservative politician, best known for his association with Benjamin Disraeli and the Young England movement. He served briefly as Under-Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs in 1846 under Sir Robert Peel.
Viscount Strangford was a title in the Peerage of Ireland. It was created in 1628 for Sir Thomas Smythe. He was son of John Smith J.P., High Sheriff of Kent 1600-1601, also M.P. for Aylesbury and Hythe, and grandson of Thomas Smythe, of Westenhanger Castle, collector of customs for London, haberdasher, and M.P.
Percy Clinton Sydney Smythe, 6th Viscount Strangford was an Anglo-Irish diplomat.
Percy Ellen Algernon Frederick William Sydney Smythe, 8th Viscount Strangford was a British nobleman and man of letters.
Butler, is a surname that has been associated with many different places and people. It can be either:
Smyth is an early variant of the common surname Smith. Shown below are notable people who share the surname "Smyth".
Smythe, an uncommon spelling of the surname Smith, may refer to:
Richard Smyth or Smythe may refer to:
Addison is an Old English given name whose etymological meaning is "son of Adam." Addison is also a Scottish patronymic surname meaning "son of Addie", a Scottish Lowlands nickname for Adam.
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Thomas Fanshawe, 1st Viscount Fanshawe KB was an English politician who sat in the House of Commons at various times between 1621 and 1661. He supported the Royalist cause in the English Civil War. Following the Restoration he was raised to the peerage.
Philip Smythe, 2nd Viscount Strangford was an English politician who sat in the House of Commons in 1660.
Sir John Smith or Smythe, of Westenhanger, Kent, was an English politician.