Sir Thomas Foote, 1st Baronet (1592 – 12 October 1687) was a wealthy grocer of London. He was Lord Mayor of London in 1649. During the Protectorate he knighted by the Lord Protector (Cromwell) Oliver Cromwell in 1657, and after the Restoration (England) he was made a baronet by Charles II.
In 1646 Foote was made a Sheriff of London and in 1649 he was elected Lord Mayor of London. He represented London in the First and Second Protectorate Parliaments, and was knighted by the Lord Protector Oliver Cromwell on 5 December 1657 (this honour passed into oblivion at the restoration of the monarchy in May 1660).
Foote died 12 October 1687, in his 96th year and was buried in All Saints Church, West Ham, (then in Essex). As he left no sons to succeed him, his son-in-law, Arthur Onslow succeed to baronetcy.
- Priscilla Foote, married Sir Francis Rolle (d. 1686) on 23 January 1654.
- Mary Foote, married Sir Arthur Onslow, 1st Baronet as his second wife. They had a number of children.
- Sarah Foote, married first Sir John Lewis, 1st Baronet (d. 1671) and second Denzil Onslow (d. 1721) (younger brother of Arthur).
- Elizabeth Foote, married Sir John Cutler, 1st Baronet (1607–1693) as his second wife, they had a daughter who died bore he did.[b]
- Shaw, William Arthur (1906), The Knights of England: A complete record from the earliest time to the present day of the knights of all the orders of chivalry in England, Scotland, and Ireland, and of knights bachelors, incorporating a complete list of knights bachelors dubbed in Ireland 2, London: Sherratt and Hughes
- Watkins, Walter K. (1897), "Thomas Foot", in Waters, Henry F., The New England Historical and Genealogical Register 51, New England Historic Genealogical Society, pp. 139–140, retrieved December 2013
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