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Edward Thomas may refer to:
- Edward Thomas (rower), Australian rower at the 1924 Olympics
- Edward Thomas (rugby league), rugby league footballer of the 1910s and '20s for Wales, and Oldham
- Eddie Thomas (footballer born 1933) (1933–2003), English footballer with Everton, Blackburn Rovers, Swansea Town and Derby County
- Eddie Thomas (footballer) (born 1931), English footballer with Southampton
- Eddie Thomas (1926–1997), Welsh boxer
- Ed Thomas (1950–2009), American football coach
- Edward Thomas (poet) (1878–1917), Anglo-Welsh poet and journalist
- Edward J. Thomas (1869–1958), librarian and author of several books on the history of Buddhism
- Edward Thomas (British Army officer) (1915–1999), World War II Military Cross recipient and temporary Brigadier
- Edward Lloyd Thomas (1825–1898), Confederate American Civil War general
- Edward Thomas (British Army soldier) (fl. 1914–23), who fired the first shot of the British Army in World War I
- Edward B. Thomas (1848–1929), American judge
- Edward Russell Thomas (1875–1926), American businessman, sportsman and owner of the New York Morning Telegraph
- Edward Thomas (character), character from the Disney Channel sitcom That's So Raven
- Edward Thomas (composer) (born 1924), American songwriter and composer
- Edward Thomas (designer), BAFTA-nominated production designer for Doctor Who
- Eddie Kaye Thomas (born 1980), American film, television, and stage actor
- E. Donnall Thomas (1920–2012), American physician and winner of the Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine
- Edward Thomas (MP) (fl. 1625–1629), Member of Parliament (MP) for West Looe
- Edward Thomas (locomotive), a steam locomotive on the Talyllyn Railway, Wales, named after the railway's former manager
- Ted Thomas (disambiguation)
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