Sir Thomas Dunlop, 1st Baronet

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Sir Thomas Dunlop, 1st Baronet, GBE (2 August 1855 – 29 January 1938) was a Scottish businessman.

Dunlop was the eldest son of Thomas Dunlop (1831–1893), a grain merchant and founder of the shipping company, Thomas Dunlop & Sons, and his wife, Robina. He was a senior partner in his father's company and later a director of the Royal Bank of Scotland, Bruce Peebles Ltd and the Scottish Union and National Insurance Company. In 1914, he became Lord Provost of Glasgow and was created a baronet in 1916 and appointed a GBE in 1918.

Honorary titles
Preceded by
Sir Daniel Stevenson
Lord Provost of Glasgow
1914–1917
Succeeded by
Sir James Stewart
Baronetage of the United Kingdom
Preceded by
New creation
Baronet
(of Woodbourne)
1916–1938
Succeeded by
Thomas Dunlop