|Full name||Thomas Dunn|
|Date of birth||2 June 1873|
|Place of birth||Falkirk, Scotland|
|Date of death||24 June 1938 65)(aged|
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only|
Thomas Dunn (2 June 1873 – 24 June 1938) was a Scottish professional association footballer who played as a full back.
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