Tom Brown, sometimes known by the nickname Red Brown (June 3, 1888 – March 25, 1958), was an early New Orleans jazz trombonist. He also played string bass professionally.
Tom Brown (1662 – 18 June, 1704) was an English translator and writer of satire, largely forgotten today save for a four-line gibe he wrote concerning Dr John Fell.
Tom Brown (1705 - 1746) was born in Kirkleatham near Stockton. He is a hero of the Battle of Dettingen. Tom had two horses killed under him, and had lost two fingers from his left hand, but when the regiment's standard was captured he galloped into the thickest of fighting and recovered it, receiving eight cuts in his face, head, and neck, as well as two bullets in his back and a cut across his forehead that went down to his right eyebrow.