Sir Thomas Smith (December 23, 1513–August 12, 1577), was an English scholar and diplomat.
Thomas Smith (1745–March 31, 1809) was a politician and jurist from Pennsylvania. Smith was born near Cruden, Aberdeenshire, Scotland, in 1745. He attended the University of Edinburgh, and then migrated to the United States, where he settled in Bedford, Pennsylvania on February 9 1769.
Thomas Smith (May 1, 1799 â€“ April 12, 1876) was a member of the United States House of Representatives from Indiana.
Thomas Smith (before 1782—January 29, 1846) was a Federalist member of the United States House of Representatives who served Pennsylvania's 1st congressional district from 1815 to 1817.
Thomas Smith (? - 1762) was a British admiral and colonial governor.
Thomas Smith was the governor of Carolina from 1693-1694, a planter, a merchant and a surgeon. He arrived in Charles Town in 1684 with his first wife Barbara Atkins and his sons Thomas and George. He was a cacique by 1690 and was made landgrave by the Lords Proprietors on May 13, 1691.
Thomas Smith (1752â€“1854) was a Scottish businessman and early lighthouse engineer. Born in Broughty Ferry, Dundee, his father drowned in Dundee harbour when he was young. His mother encouraged him into a career away from the sea, leading him into working in ironmongery.
Captain Thomas Smith was an artist and mariner who lived somewhere between 1600 and 1700 and completed a self-portrait circa 1680. He lived in Boston and was a Puritan as evidenced by his dress and symbolism in the portrait. The painting also includes the following poem, signed T.S.
Thomas (Tom) Smith is an Australian finance academic. Smith has been a professor at the Australian National University since 2003. Prior appointments were at the Australian Graduate School of Management (1995-2002) and Duke University (1988-1995).