Thomas Richards

Thomas Richards may refer to:

  • Thomas Richards (cleric) (c. 1687–1760), Welsh priest and writer
  • Thomas Richards (film editor) (1899–1946), American film editor
  • Thomas Richards (historian) (1878–1962), Welsh historian, author and librarian
  • Thomas Richards (mayor) (born 1943), mayor of Rochester, New York
  • Thomas Richards (Welsh politician) (1859–1931), Welsh Labour Party Member of Parliament
  • Thomas Richards (United States Marine Corps), Navy Cross recipient
  • Thomas Richards of Coychurch (c.1710–1790), Welsh curate and lexicographer
  • Thomas C. Richards (born 1930), United States Air Force general
  • Thomas Frederick Richards (1863–1942), British Member of Parliament for Wolverhampton West, 1906–1910

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