Thomas English (mayor)
Thomas English (9 July 1820 – 17 December 1884) was a leading colonial architect in South Australia, Mayor of Adelaide (1862–1863), and a member of the South Australian Legislative Council 1865–1878 and 1882-1884.
English was born in Maryport, Cumberland, England, and arrived in Adelaide on 11 January 1850 on the barque Richardson.  English was Minister of Works, South Australia, and a member of the South Australian Legislative Council from 1 March 1865 to 1 August 1878 and from 29 May 1882 till his death, and was Commissioner of Public Works in the John Hart Government from 23 October 1865 to March 1966, and in the James Boucaut Ministry from the latter date till 3 May 1867.
- Thomas English, Architects Database, unisa.edu.au
- "Mr Thomas English". Former Member of Parliament Details. Parliament of South Australia.
- "Obituary. Death of the Hon. Thomas English". South Australian Register. 20 December 1884.
- Mennell, Philip (1892). " English, Hon. Thomas". The Dictionary of Australasian Biography. London: Hutchinson & Co. Wikisource
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