Thomas Fulljames was an architect and surveyor active, particularly in Gloucester, England, in the mid- to late-19th century. From 1846 he worked in partnership with his former assistant, the architect Frederick Sandham Waller (born 1822, died 1905).
Carne, Brian and Evans, Michael J. Crossley, 'Thomas Fulljames : An Almost-Forgotten Gloucestershire Architect, and his Work in Lancashire and Cheshire'. Transactions of the Historic Society of Lancashire & Cheshire, 152 (2003), pp. 133-52.
Carne, Brian. 'Thomas Fulljames, 1808-74 : Surveyor, Architect, and Civil Engineer'. Transactions of the Bristol and Gloucestershire Archaeological Society, 113 (1995), pp. 7-20.