Thomas Waite may refer to:
Le Fanu is a surname, also spelled LeFanu. Notable people with the name include
Sir Hardress Waller, was an English Protestant who settled in Ireland and fought for Parliament in the Wars of the Three Kingdoms. A leading member of the radical element within the New Model Army, he signed the death warrant for the Execution of Charles I in 1649; after the Stuart Restoration in 1660, he was condemned to death as a regicide, a sentence commuted to life imprisonment.
Henry Smith may refer to:
Colonel Daniel Axtell was captain of the Parliamentary Guard at the trial of King Charles I at Westminster Hall in 1649. Shortly after the Restoration he was hanged, drawn and quartered as a regicide. Apart from his participation in the regicide, he is best remembered for his participation in Pride's Purge of the Long Parliament.
Mayne may refer to:
Thomas or Tom Brennan may refer to:
Events from the year 1780 in Ireland.
Thomas or Tom Lister may refer to:
Thomas, Tommy, or Tom Hammond may refer to:
Edmund Harvey or Hervey (c.1601–1673) was an English soldier and member of Parliament during the English Civil War, who sat as a commissioner at the Trial of King Charles I and helped to draw up the final charge. Although present on 27 January 1649 when the death warrant was signed he did not add his signature.
Tom Hayes may refer to:
Thomas Waite, was an Irish civil servant.
Thomas Prendergast (1806–1886) was an East India Company civil servant and writer on language learning.
Thomas Waite, also known as Thomas Wayte was an English soldier who fought for Parliament in the English Civil War, a Member of Parliament for Rutland, and one of the regicides of King Charles I.
Thomas Lyster may refer to:
The following are notable people associated with the name Waite.
Ex parte Curtis, 106 U.S. 371 (1882), is an 8-1 ruling by the United States Supreme Court that the Act of August 15, 1876 was a constitutional exercise of the enumerated powers of the United States Congress under Article I, Section 8 of the United States Constitution.
Thomas Lodge was an English dramatist.
James Harington or Harrington may refer to:
The Joint Biosecurity Centre (JBC) is a scientific body which seeks to advise United Kingdom government policy as part of the response to outbreaks of COVID-19, such as on testing deployment, international travel, and the UK 'COVID-19 alert level'. Its existence was announced by Prime Minister Boris Johnson in May 2020. The body has been part of the UK Health Security Agency since the establishment of that agency on 1 April 2021.