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Thomas Thurlow (1737–1791) was an English bishop.

Thomas Thurlow was a renowned English sculptor who created memorials in churches in the Saxmundham, Suffolk area, including a bust of the poet George Crabbe in St Peter and St Paul's Church, Aldeburgh. His father, John Thurlow, was a builder and stonemason who built 'The White House' in the High Street. Both are buried along with other members of the Thurlow family in the churchyard of the parish church.

Thomas Michael Thurlow is a British entrepreneur, best known for epi-culture, a children's book company which specialises in signed first editions. He studied at Cheltenham Bournside School and Sixth Form Centre and started his business after his sister asked him to go to Chepstow for a JK Rowling book signing as she could not make it. In 2006 Thurlow was listed in the Mail on Sunday's Top 5 UK Young Entrepreneurs.

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