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Thomas Legh may refer to:
- Thomas Legh (lawyer) died 1545, English ambassador to Denmark and a jurist involved in Henry VIII's Dissolution of the Monasteries
- Thomas Legh (1593–1644), of Adlington. High Sheriff of Cheshire 1629 and 1643.
- Thomas Legh (1614–1687), of Adlington, High Sheriff of Cheshire 1662.
- Thomas Legh (1644–1691), of Adlington, High Sheriff of Cheshire 1688.
- Thomas Legh (1636-1697), MP for Liverpool, 1685–1689
- Thomas Legh (died 1703), MP for Newton, 1698–1702 and 1702–1703
- Thomas Legh (1675-1717), MP for Newton, 1701–1713
- Col. Thomas Peter Legh (1753–1797), MP for Newton
- Thomas Legh (died 1857) (c.1793–1857), MP for Newton, 1814–1832
- Thomas Legh, 2nd Baron Newton (1857–1942), MP for Newton 1886–1898, Paymaster-General 1915–1916
- Thomas Legh Claughton, British academic, poet and clergyman
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