Thomas Stuart or Tom Stuart may refer to:
Lord Thomas Stuart is Child ballad 259.
Sir Thomas Peter Anderson Stuart was a Scottish-born professor of physiology, founder of the medical school at the University of Sydney.
Westport RFC is a New Zealand rugby union team based in the South Island of New Zealand. The club should not be confused with the Westport Rugby Club of Ireland.
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Tom Brown may refer to:
1873 in sports describes the year's events in world sport.
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Tom Brown's School Days is an 1857 novel by Thomas Hughes. The story is set in the 1830s at Rugby School, a public school for boys. Hughes attended Rugby School from 1834 to 1842.
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Abertillery Rugby Football Club is a Welsh rugby union club based in Abertillery. According to their website, they were founded in 1883 by a German Man
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In 1955 the British Lions rugby union team toured Southern and Eastern Africa. The Lions drew the test series against South Africa, each team winning two of the four matches. They won the first test by a single point and the third by three points and lost the second and fourth matches by wider margins. As well as South Africa, the tour included a match against South West Africa, two games against Rhodesia and one versus East Africa.
James Bogne "J. B." Thompson was one of the creators of the original laws of Australian rules football, one of the founders and the inaugural secretary of the Melbourne Football Club, a cricketer for Victoria and the Melbourne Cricket Club (MCC), and a journalist for Melbourne newspaper, The Argus.
Thomas William Smith was a rugby union forward who played 58 times for Leicester Tigers between 1906 and 1908. Wood made his Leicester debut on 17 March 1906 against Birkenhead Park FC. Smith was also a member of the 1908 British Lions tour to New Zealand and Australia and played in the second and third test, drawing the second and losing the third.
Thomas Bradley Hogarth known as Tom Hogarth was a rugby union forward who played for Leicester Tigers, Hartlepool Rovers, West Hartlepool, Durham City and once for England.