Thomas Stephenson

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Dr Thomas Stephenson FRSE FCS (1864–1938) was a 20th-century Scottish chemist and pharmacist. He was founder and editor of "The Prescriber", a still extant magazine focussing on pharmacists needs.

Tom Criddle Stephenson (1893–1987) was a British journalist and a leading champion of walkers' rights in the countryside.

Thomas Alan Stephenson FRS was a British naturalist, and marine biologist, specialising in sea anemones.

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