Francis Inigo Thomas
|Born||25 December 1865|
|Died||27 March 1950 (aged 84)|
Thomas was born in Warmsworth, Yorkshire, the fifth son of Rev. Charles Edward Thomas and Georgiana Mary Hely-Hutchinson, daughter of Hon. Henry Hely-Hutchinson. She was the granddaughter of Hon. Francis Hely-Hutchinson and niece of the 3rd Earl of Donoughmore. He was a cousin of Sir Charles Inigo Thomas, also known as Inigo. Thomas was the nephew of William Brodrick Thomas (1811–98), one of the principal garden designers of the latter half of the 19th century.
- Rock garden for Sandringham House, Norfolk, 1870s
- Gardens for Barrow Court, Barrow Gurney, Somerset, 1882–96
- Formal gardens for Athelhampton Hall, Dorset, 1891 onwards
- Gardens for Parnham House, near Beaminster, Dorset
- Gardens for Rotherfield Hall, Rotherfield, East Sussex, 1897
- Gardens for Otley Hall, Ipswich, Suffolk
- Tirah Memorial, Bonn Square, Oxford, 1900
- Terraced gardens for Ffynone, Pembrokeshire, 1904
- Terraced garden for Chantmarle, near Frome St Quintin, Dorset, 1910
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- "Ffynone, Pembrokeshire, Wales". Parks and Gardens UK. Retrieved 26 September 2012.
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