- Thomas Khuong
Born to the Tonkinese nobility, he was raised in a Christian home. Priest in the apostolic vicariate of Central Tonkin (modern Vietnam). Member of the Dominican Fraternity of Priests, and a tertiary. Imprisoned several times in the persecutions of Minh-Manh, but released. Arrested on 29 December 1859 in Tran Xa in the persecutions of Tu Ðuc. When he was ordered to stomp on a cross to show his refutation of Christianity, he instead kneeled and began to pray. Martyr.
- beheaded with an ax on 30 January 1860 in prison in Hung Yên, Vietnam while kneeling before a cross he had been ordered to stomp on
- “Saint Tôma Khuông“. CatholicSaints.Info. 28 January 2017. Web. 1 May 2017. <>