Sir Thomas Chicheley was a politician and a designer active, especially in Cambridgeshire, England, in the 17th century. He was son of Sir Thomas Chicheley (born 1578, died 1616) and his wife, Dorothy (died 1644).
Chicheley was the owner and designer of Wimpole Hall in Cambridgeshire, England. In the 1630s he set upon the building of the house and in the late 1650s he completed it.
Chicheley died on 1 February 1699, at his son's house in Southampton Square, Bloomsbury, Middlesex, England. He was buried on 7 February at Wimpole.
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