Thomas Willis (1621–1675) was an English doctor.
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Thomas Willis (1576–1656) was a member of the English landed gentry and Clerk of the Crown in Chancery at the outbreak of the English Civil War, owing to which he suffered the loss of his position and some of his estates. He appears in the 1619 update to the 1575 Visitation of Cambridgeshire, with reference made to his position and ownership of lands at Ashe, Hampshire.
Thomas H. Willis (1850-1925) was an American painter who combined marine art, folk art, and needlework in his portraits of American and European sailing ships, steamers, and yachts. Willis was apparently born in Connecticut, and lived and worked in New York City for a manufacturer of embroidery thread. His works feature oil painted backgrounds, with vessels constructed of silk, velvet, and embroidery floss.
Thomas Willis is an Australian goalkeeper.
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Willis is a surname of French and English origin. The oldest extant family of the name, the Willes family of Warwickshire, formerly of Newbold Comyn and Fenny Compton, has used the spellings 'Willis,' 'Willys,' and 'Wyllys' and appear in records from 1330. In this case, the name derives from the name de Welles which comes from the Norman name de Vallibus, which in turn was derived from the Vaux family tree. The Vaux family, established in England by Harold de Vaux, a close relative of William the Conqueror, appears in French records from 794. They had held power in their own right and through royal intermarriages.
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Thomas Woods is an American historian and author.
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