Thomas Horton

Thomas Horton may refer to:

  • Thomas Horton (soldier) (1603–1649), English soldier
  • Thomas Horton (Gresham College) (died 1673), English theology professor and college head
  • Thomas Horton, Governor of the Isle of Man 1725–1736
  • Thomas R. Horton (1822–1894), American congressman
  • Thomas Horton (canoer) (born 1926), American Olympic canoer
  • Tommy Horton (born 1941), English golfer
  • Thomas Horton (politician) (died 1919), member of the Legislative Council of Fiji and Mayor of Blenheim
Fictional characters
  • Tom Horton on U.S. soap opera Days of our Lives
  • Tom Horton, Jr. on U.S. soap opera Days of our Lives

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Thomas Horton (soldier)
... Thomas Horton (1603, Gumley, Leicestershire – October 1649, Ireland) was an English soldier in the parliamentary army during the English Civil War ... Thomas Horton was the son of William Horton and Isabell Freeman ... Though of humble background, Horton was taken under the wing of the powerful Sir Arthur Haselrig, and had become a captain-lieutenant by 1643 ...

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