Hart, Thomas

Hart, Thomas (Charles)

(1877–1971) naval officer; born in Davison, Mich. He commanded the Asiatic fleet (1939–42) and was supreme commander of the ABDACOM (American-British-Dutch-Australian Command) (1941–42). He served on the General Board (1942–45) and filled an unexpired Senate term (Rep., Conn.; 1945–46).
The Cambridge Dictionary of American Biography, by John S. Bowman. Copyright © Cambridge University Press 1995. Reproduced with permission.
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Ryan Davies, Nathan Hart, Thomas Rogers and Dion Jones all crossed the whitewash during a thoroughly satisfying win for the West Walians, with the latter also adding two conversions to seal a fourth straight victory.
There were also PBs from Julian Wardman, Stewart Hart, Thomas Bunn and Laurie Everitt and good debuts in New Marske colours for Kerry Neesam and Jenny Parker.
Showing off the cup and medals is a squad which includes Liam Baker, Kieran Connolly, Callum Tollett, Kane Baldwin, Nicholas Brandish, Jack Whittaker, Joseph Mills, Owen Hart, Thomas McCloskey, Theo Carter, Joe Barnacle-O'Neill.
PLYMOUTH ALBION: Barlow; Syker (Fabian, 45), Kiddie, Fisilan, Matchett (Shanahan, 71); Winney, McCormack; Risdon, Dawe, Parkes (Reed, 47), Luxton (Capaldi, 51), Perry, Hart, Thomas, Ward-Smith.
PLYMOUTH ALBION: Thompson, Williams, Sykes, Bunny, Matchett, Barlow, Cane, Risdon (Pavey 60), Dawe (Harper 73), Reed, James, Perry, Hart, Thomas, Ward-Smith