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Thomas A. Stewart was an American farmer and politician.
Thomas Elliott Stewart was a U.S. Representative from New York.
Thomas Joseph Stewart was a Canadian politician.
Thomas Stewart is a Scottish former amateur footballer who played as a right half in the Scottish League for Queen's Park and in English non-league football for Bishop Auckland and Romford. He captained Scotland at amateur level and represented Great Britain at the 1952 Summer Olympics.
Thomas Stewart,, is a Northern Irish footballer who plays for NIFL Championship side Larne. He is known for his long range shooting and precise finishing.
Tom Stewart is a professional Australian rules footballer playing for the Geelong Football Club in the Australian Football League (AFL). He was drafted by the Geelong Football Club with their second selection and fortieth overall in the 2016 national draft. He made his debut in the forty-two point win against Fremantle in the opening round of the 2017 season at Domain Stadium.
Thomas Stewart was an American bass-baritone who specialized in Wagnerian roles.
Tommy Stewart is an American drummer, currently for the rock band Lo-Pro. He is probably best known for his stint with the band Godsmack. He has also toured and recorded with a number of other bands including Detroit based metal band Halloween "The Heavy Metal Horror Show", glam rock band Lillian Axe, and alternative rock bands Fuel and Everclear.
Tommy Stewart is an American trumpeter, arranger, composer, and record producer. He has been a member of the Magic City Jazz Orchestra, Cleveland Eaton and the Alabama All-Stars, the Alabama Jazz Hall of Fame All-Stars, and Ray Reach and Friends. He was a 1988 inductee into the Alabama Jazz Hall of Fame.
Thomas Stewart was an illegitimate son of King Robert II of Scotland. In 1380, Avignon Pope Clement VII provided Thomas with the Archdeaconry of the Bishopric of St. Andrews, as well as the canonry of Stobo in the Bishopric of Glasgow. In 1389, the king petitioned and obtained for Thomas from the Pope the right to hold the deanery of the Bishopric of Dunkeld along with his other offices, and in 1393, the Pope provided a canonry in the Bishopric of Brechin. In this period, Archdeacon Thomas obtained a Bachelor of Canon Law at the University of Paris.
Bishop Thomas Stewart (1925-1994), SSC, JCD, DD, was an Irish Columban priest, who served as Bishop of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Chunchon from 1966 until 1994. Thomas Stewart was born in 1925 in Woodford, County Galway, Ireland. Fr Stewart was ordained a priest in 1950 for the Missionary Society of St. Columban, and went to Korea in 1954. He served as Vicar General in the Chunchon Diocese before being elevated in 1966 to Bishop. For health reasons Dr. Stewart retired as bishop in May 1994, and died a few months later in Ireland of a heart attack.
Thomas Stewart was a hydraulic engineer, who was born in Scotland and died at Cape Town, South Africa. He designed the Woodhead Dam, which was named an International Historic Civil Engineering Landmark by the American Society of Civil Engineers in 2008. He was called the "father of consulting engineering in South Africa" and the "first South African consulting engineer."
Sir Thomas Grainger Stewart was an eminent Scottish physician who served as president of the Royal College of Physicians of Edinburgh (1889–1891), president of the Medico-Chirurgical Society of Edinburgh, president of the medicine section of the British Medical Association, and Physician-in-Ordinary to the Queen for Scotland. He was perhaps best known for describing the condition known as multiple neuritis as well as directing scientific attention in Great Britain to the deep reflexes.
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MacDonnell, Macdonnell, or McDonnell is a surname of Scottish and Irish origin. It is an anglicized form of the Gaelic name "Mac Domhnaill", which means son of Donald. The name Donald or Domhnall is ultimately derived from the Proto-Celtic word elements dubno ("world") and val ("rule").The name is a variant other Clan Donald surnames such as Macdonald, McConnell and Donaldson.
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