Thomas Wardle (disambiguation)

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Thomas Wardle (1912–1997) was an Australian businessman.

Sir Thomas Edward Wardle was a businessman and supermarket proprietor from Western Australia. He was best known for his 'Tom the Cheap' supermarket chain as well as revolutionising grocery shopping in the state.

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Thomas Alfred Wardle was a Canadian politician, who represented Beaches-Woodbine in the Legislative Assembly of Ontario from 1971 to 1975 as a Progressive Conservative member in the majority government headed by Bill Davis.

Vice-Admiral Thomas Erskine Wardle, was a senior officer in the Royal Navy. He was the Rear-Admiral Commanding His Majesty's Australian Fleet from 30 April 1924 to 30 April 1926.

Sir Thomas Wardle was a British businessman, known for his innovations in silk dyeing and printing on silk. He collaborated with the designer William Morris, who visited his dyeworks in Leek, Staffordshire to learn how to use natural dyes. He was knighted by Queen Victoria for his services to the silk industry.

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Walter Thomas Wardle was Archdeacon of Gloucester from 1949 until his death.

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Elizabeth Wardle (1834–1902) was an English embroideress. In 1857 she married the silk dyer Thomas Wardle, a distant cousin. Thomas was later knighted for his services to the silk industry.