Thomas Daniel Cox Morse (c. 1825 - 11 March 1895) was a Church of England clergyman and educationist.

Educated at King's College London, he was ordained as a priest and appointed rector of West Grinstead in Wiltshire in 1855. He took an interest in education and was made inspector of schools in the Diocese of Salisbury. He was rector of Stretford, Lancashire from 1864-68.

In 1868 he came to London and was appointed to a succession of different parishes including St John the Evangelist, East Dulwich 1872-76.

In 1879 he was vicar of Christ Church, Forest Hill, and was elected to the London School Board as one of the representatives of the Greenwich Division. He was re-elected for a second three-year term in 1882.

At the time of his death he was vicar of Christ Church, Newgate Street in the City of London.

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  • "Obituary". The Leeds Mercury. 13 March 1895. 
  • "Obituary". The Times: p. 10. 12 March 1895. 

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