Westfield, Thomas an English prelate, was born at Ely in 1573. He was educated at Jesus College, Cambridge, and afterwards became a fellow; was assistant to Dr. Nicholas Felton, at St. Mary-le-Bow. London, and then presented to the same Church; afterwards presented to St. Bartholomew's, made archdeacon of. St. Alban's, and finally made bishop of Bristol, on account of his piety and wisdom. He suffered under the Revolution, was ejected from his bishopric, and died June.25, 1644. He left, no published works, but two volumes of his Sermons appeared after his death.