Edward Thompson is the name of:
- Edward Thompson (of Sheriff Hutton) (c. 1639–1701), English landowner and politician
- Edward Thompson (1697–1742), MP and Lord of the Admiralty
- Edward Thompson (Royal Navy officer) (1738?–1786), English commodore nicknamed "Poet Thompson" for his writings
- Edward Hughes Thompson (1810–1886), American lawyer and politician in Michigan
- Edward Healy Thompson (1813–1891), English Roman Catholic writer
- Edward Maunde Thompson (1840–1929), British palaeographer
- Edward Charles Thompson, British Member of Parliament for North Monaghan, 1900–1906
- Edward Herbert Thompson (1857–1935), US diplomat and archaeologist
- Edward H. Thompson (painter) (1879–1949), British artist
- Edward Thompson (engineer) (1881–1949), British railway engineer
- Edward K. Thompson (1907–1996), American writer and editor
- Edward Thompson (FDNY Commissioner) (born 1913), American firefighter, Fire Commissioner of New York City, 1962–1964
- Edward Arthur Thompson (1914–1994), British historian
- E. P. Thompson (1924–1993), British historian, socialist, author and peace campaigner
- Eddie Thompson (musician) (1925–1986), English jazz pianist
- Eddie Thompson (1940–2008), Scottish businessman and football club chairman
- Ed Thompson (born 1944), Mayor of Tomah, Wisconsin and US Libertarian Party candidate
- Ed Thompson (footballer) (born 1983), English football goalkeeper
- For the Commander Edward M. Thompson, see USS Maury
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... Sir Henry Thompson (ca ... Henry and his brother Edward Thompson were wine merchants of York ... By his first wife, Mary Thompson, he had no children ...
... After Edward Thompson in 1894 purchased the Hacienda Chichén, which included Chichen Itza, he received a constant stream of visitors ... In the mid-1920s Barbachano Peon persuaded Edward Thompson to sell 5 acres (20,000 m2) next to Chichen for a hotel ... all of the Hacienda Chichén, including Chichen Itza, from the heirs of Edward Thompson ...
Famous quotes containing the words thompson and/or edward:
“I stand amid the dust o the mounded years
My mangled youth lies dead beneath the heap,
My days have crackled and gone up in smoke,
Have puffed and burst as sun-starts on a stream.”
—Francis Thompson (18591907)
“Mr. Edward Carson, QC: Do you drink champagne yourself?
Mr. Oscar Wilde: Yes; iced champagne is a favourite drink of minestrongly against my doctors orders.
Mr. Edward Carson, QC: Never mind your doctors orders, sir!
Mr. Oscar Wilde: I never do.”
—Oscar Wilde (18541900)