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Bob Thomas (Irish footballer)

Bob Thomas was an Irish association footballer during the 1920s and 1930s. Thomas was a left half during this era in the League of Ireland and was part of the All-Conquering Bohemians team of 1927–28 who won every trophy on offer that season - Le ...

Carol Thomas (gynaecologist)

Carol Thomas was a South African gynaecologist who founded iMobiMaMa and theWomanSpace. She became the first woman to chair the South African Menopause Society in 2016. Thomas was honoured by the Planned Parenthood Association of South Africa for ...

Clarence Thomas (American football)

Clarence "Motts" Thomas was an American football coach. He served as the head football coach at Bowie State University from 1974 to 1975, Morgan State University from 1978 to 1980, and at Pomona-Pitzer in Claremont, California from 1982 to 1993, ...

Dorothy Thomas (politician)

Dorothy Thomas, nee Mikos was a Canadian politician who served on the Toronto City Council from 1972 to 1976 and from 1980 to 1985. Thomas studied journalism at the University of Toronto and worked as an arts reporter at the Toronto Star before m ...

Jerry D. Thomas

Jerry D. Thomas was an American author who wrote a number of childrens books in the Detective Zack series. The books are mysteries with a Christian theme. He wrote several books in the Shoebox Kids series which are also on Biblical themes, as wel ...

Charlotte Thompson-Edgar

Wing Commander Charlotte Joanne Thompson-Edgar is a British nurse. She served as the United Kingdoms Officer Commanding Medical Emergency Response Teams in Afghanistan and in 2015, while holding the rank of Squadron Leader, was awarded an Associa ...

William Thorold (died by 1594)

William Thorold was an English politician. Thorold was the second son of Anthony Thorold and his first wife Margaret. Educated at Grays Inn, he was Justice of the Peace for the Kesteven division and in 1584 was elected Member MP of the Parliament ...

J. D. Thottan

J. D. Thottan was an Indian director of Malayalam language films. Indian Cinema cited him along with M. Krishnan Nair, S. S. Rajan, and A. B. Raj as one of the Malayalam film industrys successful film directors.

Robert Tingban

Robert B.S. Tingban was a Liberian politician in the late 20th and early 21st centuries. A native of the former Saclepea-Mahn District in Nimba County, he farmed and taught school during his youth. Later in his life, he was elected to the House o ...

Joy Todd

Joy Todd was an American casting director. She worked on several films with director Sidney Lumet, including Network, Prince of the City, The Verdict, Garbo Talks, Family Business, and Q&A. She also worked on several films starring Sylvester ...

Mike Torey

Lucky Mike Torey is a retired army officer who was appointed Military Administrator of Ondo State, Nigeria from December 1993 to September 1994, and then of Enugu State until August 1996 during the military regime of general Sani Abacha. He died ...

Efrain Teodoro Torres

Efrain Teodoro Torres was a Mexican suspected drug lord and one of the founders of Los Zetas, a criminal organization formed by former soldiers of the Mexican Armed Forces. He joined the Mexican Army in mid-1991 but deserted after seven years of ...

William Towerson

William Towerson was an English merchant and politician who sat in the House of Commons at various times between 1621 and 1629. Towerson was a member of the Worshipful Company of Skinners. He was the first Deputy-Governor of the Irish Society fro ...

François-Rene Tranchefort

Tranchefort has written, edited or directed, alone or in collaboration with other musicologists, a number of reference works on a wide range of themes related to classical music: chamber music, symphonic music, piano, harpsichord, opera, sacred m ...

Tranquility Bass

Tranquility Bass was the stage name of Michael Adam Kandel, an American musician whose music has been variously categorized as ambient house, trip hop, and funk rock. He released various singles during the 1990s, followed by his first full-length ...

Eric Treverrow

Eric Treverrow was a Scottish footballer who played in the Irish League with Ballymena United. He won ten inter-league caps for the Irish League. Born in Renfrewshire, c. 1926, he was playing for Scottish junior club Parkhead when recruited by Ba ...

Sonny Trinidad

Celso L. "Sonny" Trinidad was a Filipino comics artist who worked in the Filipino and American comic book industries. In the U.S., he is mostly known for his work for Marvel Comics in the mid–1970s.

Hugh Tucker (drag racer)

Hugh Tucker is an American gasser drag racer. Tucker was the first driver to win three National Hot Rod Association national championships in a gas supercharged class.

Padma Ratna Tuladhar

Padma Ratna Tuladhar was a Nepalese politician and human rights activist. A resident of Kathmandu, he played an instrumental role in bringing the Nepali Maoists to mainstream politics from armed struggle. He was elected to the Rastriya Panchayat ...

Abu Khattab al-Tunisi

Abu Khattab al-Tunisi was a Tunisian jihadist and military leader of the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant, who had risen to the groups third-highest ranking commander by 2017. In that year, he was put in charge of the military operations in e ...

Samuel Turner (Royalist)

Samuel Turner was an English physician and politician who sat in the House of Commons at various times between 1625 and 1644. He fought on the Royalist side during the English Civil War. Turner was the elder son of the physician and Puritan Membe ...

Henry William Tytler

He was born at Fern, Forfarshire, the son of George Tytler d. 1785, minister of there, and his wife, Janet Robertson; he was the younger brother of James Tytler. He was one of the early members of the Physical Society of Edinburgh. First practisi ...

Ugas Yasin Ugas Abdurahman

Ugas Yasin Ugas Abdurahman was a Somali ruler. He was the 28th Chieftain of the Dishiishe chieftainship, who also was the nominal ugas of the Harti clan of Darod groups, reigning from 1940 to 2000. Ugas a former ruler of Bosaso. Along with other ...

John Charles Upton Jr.

John Charles Upton Jr. was an American documentary film maker. In 1990, he won an Emmy Award. During the 1990s, he helped bring 12 Romanian orphans into the United States for adoption or medical treatment. On 28 March 2013, Upton was found murder ...

Emīls Urbāns

Before World War I Urbāns played in a youth football club called Jakor Riga together with other future Latvia national football team footballers Kārlis Bone, Alberts Seibelis and others. His best years in football came in the mid-1920s when he pl ...

Jerry Vaflor

Jerry Vaflor was a Filipino international footballer and coach who played as a central defender. Vaflor played for the Philippines national football team. He played in Manila from 1959 to 1962 before the Philippine Football Federation hired Briti ...

A. Lawrence Vaincourt

A. Lawrence Vaincourt was a Canadian writer best known for the poem Just a Common Soldier, also known as A Soldier Died Today. The poem appears on thousands of websites, was reprinted in Ann Landers syndicated column and received the Bronze Helme ...

Frans van den Berg

He served as Officer Commanding School of Artillery from 1970 - 1973, OC NW Command 1974- 1977, OC N Tvl Command 1982 - 1983. Much later served as Chief of Staff Planning from 1986 - 1991.

Robert Van Houten

Dr. Robert W. Van Houten was the 4th President of New Jersey Institute of Technology from 1947 until 1970.

P. R. Varalakshmi

P. R. Varalakshmi is an Indian film actress and television actress. She was active in movies during the 1970s and 1980s. She was a prominent lead actress during the 1980s in Malayalam, Tamil, Kannada, and Telugu films. She has acted around 350 mo ...

Rex Varghese

Rex Varghese is an Indian bodybuilder who became the first Keralite to win the Mr India title in the 90 kg category in 2007. He also had Junior Mr India, Mr Kerala, Muscleman of Kerala, Mr Kerala Olympia titles to his credit.

Tom Varley

Tom Varley was a collector of steam-powered road vehicles, known for the Tom Varley Collection, a steam museum mostly of steam wagons, "a lasting legacy of which can be proud". His business was in running Todber Caravan Park at Gisburn, in the hi ...

Eladio Vaschetto

Eladio Vaschetto was a former Argentine football player. He started his professional career with the Argentine Club Atletico River Plate in 1936 where he managed to win 2 league titles in 1936 and 1939. After the 1939 tournament he transferred to ...

Jose Arturo Vasquez Machado

He was elected to the post in 1994 and held that position until 2003. During his tenure as governor, Arturo Vasquez served under the administrations of presidents Armando Calderon Sol and Francisco Flores. After serving as governor, he dedicated ...

Cirilo Vazquez

Cirilo Vazquez Lagunes, nicknamed Cacique of the South," was a Mexican cattle rancher and businessman who had political power in areas in the state of Veracruz. Vazquez died at the hands of assassins at the age of 51. Dudley Althaus of the Housto ...

Maheswary Velautham

Maheswary Velautham was a founder of Forum for Human Dignity a non-governmental organization, and a human rights lawyer activist from Jaffna, Sri Lanka. She was known for tracking the status of returned failed refugee claimants from other countri ...

Paul Verdier

Paul Verdier was a stage director, actor, and playwright, who also had a number of guest parts in American television. He was married to Sonia Lloveras-Verdier. Before moving to the United States, Verdier was a member of the Paris-based repertory ...

Erica Vexler

Erica Vexler was a Chilean journalist, editor, and television presenter best known for her reporting for the magazine Ercilla – of which she was editor in 1966 and subsequently subeditor until 1970 – and for presenting the program Erika Vexler 60 ...

L. Vijayalakshmi

L. Vijayalakshmi is an Indian film actress and classical dancer whose career was in the 1960s and 1970s. She appeared in Malayalam, Tamil, Kannada, Telugu and Hindi films. Her debut film was Marumakal.

Pito Villanon

Pito Villanon was a Cuban football player who spent eleven seasons with Brookhattan in the American Soccer League. At the time, he was one of a handful of black professional athletes, playing in an integrated American sports league. He is reputed ...

Alberto Villareal

Alberto Villareal y Garcia was a Philippine international footballer who was captain of the Philippine national team that competed at the 1958 Asian Games. He is credited for leading the team that caused a 1-0 upset against host Japan. He was als ...

Robert Vito

Robert Vito was an American television correspondent and bureau chief for CNN, his role as bureau chief expanded to Los Angeles, Miami, Rome and Detroit. In 1968, he became a general assignment reporter at WAEO-TV, in Rhinelander, Wisconsin. On N ...

Bill Vitt

Bill Vitt was an American drummer and keyboardist. He worked extensively as a live performer and as a session musician. In the 1970s he played with Brewer & Shipley, Jerry Garcia, Merl Saunders, and the Sons of Champlin. He retired from the music ...

Nikos Vrachnas

Nikos Vrachnas was born into a poor family in Nikaia Kokkinia, Piraeus. There is some uncertainty about his year of birth, which has been given variously as circa 1936, or 1941. He died in Piraeus in 2004. As a young man he worked in foundries, w ...

Shrivallabh Vyas

Shrivallabh Vyas was an Indian film and television actor. He was known for films including Sarfarosh, Lagaan, Abhay, Aan: Men at Work, Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose: The Forgotten Hero, Sankat City and theater works such as Virasat.

N. M. Wagle

N. M. Wagle is a former Indian civil servant, business executive and a former Managing Director of Greaves Cotton Ltd., Chairman of Crompton Greaves Ltd. He headed the City and Industrial Development Corporation, a Maharashtra Government agency, ...

Satya Pal Wahi

Satya Pal Wahi was an Indian corporate executive, army officer, technocrat, writer and a former chairman of public sector enterprises such as Oil and Natural Gas Commission and Cement Corporation of India. He was a member the Corps of EME and hel ...

Johnny Wahlqvist

Johnny Wahlqvist was a Swedish powerlifter. One of Swedens most successful champions, specifically in bench press, he competed and won in the national, European, and world championships. He appeared in several television programs, namely Talang S ...

Paul Walfish

Paul Gerald Walfish, was a Canadian endocrinologist "whose research in the area of thyroid physiology and pathology has contributed to improved health care in Canada, especially for newborn infants". Born in Toronto, Ontario, Walfish graduated fr ...

Freddie Wall

Freddie Wall was an American soccer forward who played professionally in the American Soccer League. In 1924, Wall began his professional career with the Fall River Marksmen of the American Soccer League. Although he scored two goals in his lone ...