Definitions for "John Thomas"
John Thomas (1724 – 2 June 1776) was an American doctor and soldier from Massachusetts who became a major general in the Continental Army. He was a leader during the siege of Boston. Thomas briefly commanded the withdrawal from Canada after the unsuccessful invasion by the Continental Army.
Dr. John Thomas (April 12, 1805 - March 5, 1871) is generally considered to be the founder of the Christadelphian church, a Restorationist Christian church with doctrines similar in part to the 16th century Anti-Trinitarian Rationalist Socinians and the 16th century Swiss-German pacifist Anabaptists.
John Thomas (1886 – 1954) was an English recipient of the Victoria Cross, the highest and most prestigious award for gallantry in the face of the enemy that can be awarded to British and Commonwealth forces.