|“||It's all right, dear, the vampires are all dead.||”|
— Thomas in The Dinner Party
Thomas Fell lived in the mid 19th century, belonging to one of the Founding Families of Mystic Falls. He was killed by Stefan Salvatore shortly after the town had burned Fell's Church, thinking they had destroyed all the vampires in Mystic Falls.
Thomas was a man with brown hair with some facial hair, green eyes and stood at 5'10.
Thomas Fell did not appear in the books, but his wife Honoria kept a diary which kept track of their lives. Thomas and Honoria founded Fell's Church and lived there all their lives. Jacob Smallwood, a villager, was a werewolf and attacked women in the night. Thomas fashioned silver bullets and went with Honoria to Jacob's house and finally stopped his killing spree. When Thomas died he was buried with his wife in the town's cemetery.
In the diary of Honoria Fell in the library, it mentioned that Thomas Fell and his wife discovered the existence of werewolves, and decided that they needed to destroy Jacob Smallwood because he was the person behind the killing of many women in Fell's Church.
- The Dinner Party (Flashback)
- Dead Man on Campus (Mentioned)
- We Have History Together (Indirectly Mentioned)
- Thomas is a name of Aramaic origin and its meaning is "twin".
- Keeping comes from the ancient Anglo-Saxon culture of Britain. It was a name for a rotund or heavy person.
- Fell is of Norse origin and means "from the rough hill".
- In the books, Thomas Fell and his wife Honoria Fell, founded Fell's Church.
- In the TV series Fell's Church was changed into Mystic Falls.
- With confirmation that human souls are found in the dimensions, he either found peace or went to Hell.