|Relationships|| Alfred Hamilton (Father; deceased)|
Miranda Barlow (Wife; deceased)
James Flint (Lover)
|Appearances|| First Appearance: IV. (seen in painting)|
First Appearance: IX.
Last Appearance: XIII.
|Portrayed by||Rupert Penry-Jones|
Thomas Hamilton was the late husband of Miranda Barlow.
Thomas Hamilton was the son of the former Lord Proprietor of the Bahamas, Alfred Hamilton. He was married to a woman known as Lady Hamilton (and later as Miranda "misses" Barlow), who (according to the gossip in London) was unfaithful or "of the cheating type". The truth is that Miranda had an affair with Lieutenant McGraw of the Royal Navy, yet so did Thomas.
When Alfred Hamilton learned about his son's affair, he used his connections in the Navy to force McGraw to abandon Thomas and the Navy. Thomas was moved to the mental institution. Seeing his vision to save the Nassau pirates ruined, Thomas commited suicide.
Years after his death, Richard Guthrie discovered a painting of Miranda and her husband. While it took him awhile to figure it out, he was able to piece together who she is and that her lover is James McGraw, a man he knew as captain James Flint.