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Tirrell Greene born 1972, American football offensive lineman.

To (surname)

To, To, and Tō are a group of surnames of east-Asian origin, for each of which "To" is at least an occasional variant. This Vietnamese Chữ yum name: 蘇 comes from the Chinese surname su. From the Chinese 陶 Tao: To, the Cantonese romanization for ...


Mohamed Ould Tolba born 1962, Mauritanian politician and teacher. Mohammad Tolba born 1979, Egyptian Salafi activist and entrepreneur. Magdy Tolba born 1964, Egyptian footballer. Mostafa Kamal Tolba 1922–2016, Egyptian biologist and civil servant ...

Tome (disambiguation)

Santo Tome disambiguation. (Санто Томе омонимии) Negrelos São Tome, a place in Portugal. São Tome disambiguation. (Сан-Томе омонимии) Roman Catholic Diocese of Santo Tome, Argentina. San Tome disambiguation. (Сан-Томе омонимии)


Tootill is a surname. Notable people with the surname include: Alf Tootill footballer, born 1913 1913–1984, English football defender. Alf Tootill footballer, born 1908 1908–1975, English football goalkeeper. David Tootill born 1986, English rugb ...


Toral may refer to: Toral de los Guzmanes, a municipality in Spain. Toral Star Trek, a fictional character in Star Trek. Toral given name. (Торал имя) Operation Toral, the codename for British presence within Afghanistan post-2014. Toral Lie alge ...


Tornqvist is a Swedish surname. Notable people include: Torbjorn Tornqvist, Swedish billionaire. Rebecka Tornqvist, Swedish jazz and pop vocalist. Gusten Tornqvist, Swedish retired professional ice hockey goaltender. Leo Tornqvist 1911–1983, Finn ...

Torrecampo (surname)

Torrecampo is a surname of Spanish origin. It is prevalent among Filipinos. Famous people with the surname include: Rustico Torrecampo born 1972, a retired Filipino professional boxer.


Travaglini is a surname. Notable people with the surname include: Gabriel Travaglini born 1958, Argentinian rugby union player. Robert Travaglini born 1952, American politician and lobbyist. Alessia Travaglini born 1988, Italian volleyball player.


Trefzger is a German surname that belongs to that category of surnames which originated as nicknames and were later assumed as hereditary surnames. The origin of this nickname is thought to lie in the Middle High German term "trefs", referring to ...

Trenchard (disambiguation)

Hugh Trenchard, 1st Viscount Trenchard was a British officer who was instrumental in establishing the Royal Air Force. Of Trenchard may also refer to:


Tresh is a surname. Notable people with the surname include: Mike Tresh 1914–1966, American baseball player. Tom Tresh 1938–2008, American baseball player.


Treu is a surname. Notable people with the surname include: Wolfgang Treu cinematographer 1930-2018, German cinematographer. Adam Treu born 1974, American football player. Tiziano Treu born 1939, Italian politician and academic. Blair Treu, Ameri ...

Triolet (disambiguation)

A triolet is a poetic form that is eight lines long. Triolet may also refer to: Elsa Triolet 1896-1970, French writer. Aiguille de Triolet, a mountain in the Alps. Triolet, Mauritius a village in the north of Mauritius.


Tschopp is a surname. Notable people with the surname include: Marcel Tschopp born 1974, Liechtenstein long-distance runner. Marco Tschopp born 1978, Swiss footballer. Johann Tschopp born 1982, Swiss mountain bike racer. Willy Tschopp 1905–1987, ...


The Tschudi name can be traced back to 870. After Glarus joined the Swiss Confederation, and in 1352 various members of the family held high political offices at home, and were distinguished abroad as royalty soldiers and in other ways. Several b ...


Tuero can refer to the following people: Jack Tuero, 1945 United States Tennis Championships now U.S. Open quarter-finalist. Indalecio Prieto Tuero 1883–1962, Spanish politician and one of the leading figures of the Spanish Socialist Workers Part ...


Twinn may refer to: Ian Twinn born 1950, British Conservative politician. Schwinn Twinn, a tandem bicycle. Walter Patrick Twinn 1934–1997, Canadian Chief of the Sawridge First Nation. Peter Twinn 1916–2004, British mathematician, World War II cod ...


Uhlich is a surname. Notable people with the surname include: Rhys Uhlich born 1983, Australian male model. Leberecht Uhlich 1799–1872, German clergyman.


Umetsu is a Japanese surname. Notable people with the surname include: Yasuomi Umetsu 梅津 泰臣, born 1960, Japanese animator. Kōdai Umetsu 梅津 晃大, born 1996, Japanese baseball player.


Valoti is a surname. Notable people with the surname include: Paolo Valoti born 1971, Italian racing cyclist. Gianluca Valoti born 1973, Italian racing cyclist. Mattia Valoti born 1993, Italian footballer.

Vardon Family

Vardon is a combination French and Scottish surname that still prevails in both countries and has been carried into the new world. The family name Vardon is most famously held by the professional golfer, Harry Vardon, who invented what is commonl ...


Varrier is a surname found amongst people in Kashmir, meaning prosperous in Kashmiri. Varrier is a Kashmiri Muslim name and was the name of the leaders in Islamabad, now known as Anantnag. The surname belonged to the wealthy merchants that had co ...


The Veges family originates from the Sibiu area of Transylvania, Romania. Some members of the family moved to Cluj-Napoca, in Transylvania, where they remained for two generations, until the last members of the family emigrated to Germany and the ...


Velardi is a surname. Notable people with the surname include: Luciano Velardi born 1981, Italian footballer. Paola Velardi, Italian computer scientist.


Vendramini is an Italian surname. It may refer to: Elisabetta Vendramini 1790-1860, Italian nun. Danny Vendramini, director of Redheads 1992 film. Giovanni Vendramini 1769-1839, Italian engraver.


Verow is a surname. Notable people with the surname include: Todd Verow born 1966, American film director. Arthur Verow 1942–2019, American politician.


Verstak is a gender-neutral Slavic surname. It literally means a workbench in several Slavic languages and may refer to Tania Verstak born 1942, Russian-born Australian model and beauty queen. Dzmitry Vyarstak born 1980, Belarusian football player.


Spelling variations of this family surname include Villacreses, Villacrecis, and Villacrusis. It was first found in Andalusia, in Southern Spain, the chief city being Seville and ancient pre-Roman Iberian town. Some of the first settlers of this ...

Visari (surname)

Visari, is a common Tzotzil surname originating from the Indigenous Tzotzil peoples of Chiapas in Southern Mexico. The "s" sound can be spelled with either an ‹s› or a ‹z› due to Spanish spelling rules, but in modern Tzotzil its an ‹s›. Outside o ...


Vodovozov, or Vodovozova, is a Russian surname and may refer to: Elizaveta Vodovozova 1844–1923, Russian childrens writer, educational theorist and memoirist. Vasily Vodovozov 1825–1926, Russian childrens writer, poet, pedagogue, educational theo ...


Voloshinov is a surname. Notable people with the surname include: Vitaly Voloshinov 1947–2019, Russian physicist. Valentin Voloshinov 1895–1936 Russian linguist.

Von Hippel

Arthur R. von Hippel 1898–2003, a German-American physicist, grandson of Arthur von Hippel and nephew of Eugen von Hippel. Arthur von Hippel physician 1841–1916, a German ophthalmologist. Eugen von Hippel 1867–1939, a German ophthalmologist, his ...


Vorderman is a surname of Dutch origin. Adolphe Vorderman, Dutch physician who contributed to the discovery of vitamins. Carol Vorderman, British television personality.

Vrooman (surname)

Vrooman is the surname of the following people Adam Edward Vrooman 1847–1923, Canadian doctor and politician. John W. Vrooman 1844–1929, American lawyer, banker and politician. Tamara Vrooman born 1968, Canadian businesswoman, CEO of Vancity. Joh ...


Wachendorf may refer to: Locations Wachendorf Starzach, a village in the county of Tubingen, Baden-Wurttemberg, Germany. Wachendorf Cadolzburg, a village in county of Furth, Bavaria, Germany. Wachendorf Syke, a village in Lower Saxony, Germany. W ...


Walcutt is a surname. Notable people with the surname include: Charles C. Walcutt 1838–1898, American surveyor, soldier, and politician. William Walcutt 1819–1882, American painter and sculptor.


Wallerstedt is a surname. Notable people with the surname include: Jonas Wallerstedt born 1978, Swedish soccer player and coach. Sara Grace Wallerstedt born 1999, American fashion model.


Waltman is a surname. Notable people with the surname include: Bob Waltman 1933–2010, American politician and businessman. Kjell Waltman 1758-1799, Swedish stage actor. Mary Waltman, American actress. Sean Waltman born 1972, American podcaster an ...


Wanderley is a Brazilian surname. Notable people with the surname include: Deraldo Wanderley born 1956, Brazilian volleyball player. Claudio Wanderley Sarmento Neto born 1982, Brazilian footballer. Walter Wanderley 1932–1986, Brazilian organist a ...


Wanjala is a surname. Notable people with the surname include: Doris Wanjala 1966–2007, Kenyan volleyball player. Smokin Wanjala, Kenyan lawyer and associate justice of the Supreme Court of Kenya. Tecla Namachanja Wanjala born 1962, Kenyan confli ...

Warcop (disambiguation)

Warcop is a village. Warcop may also refer to: Robert Warcop, MP for Westmorland UK Parliament constituency. Thomas Warcop disambiguation, various people.

Waser (disambiguation)

Waser may refer to: Franzli Waser 1858−1895, Yeniche artist. Stephan Waser. (Waserбыл Стефан) Waser in Switzerland. (Waserбыл в Швейцарии) Hugo Waser. (Угу Waserбыл) Anna Waser 1678–1714, Swiss painter. Johann Heinrich Waser 1600–1669, Zuricher b ...


Wattier is a surname. Notable people with the surname include: Johanna Wattier 1762–1827, Dutch actress. Eugene Wattier born 1914, French weightlifter.


Weckert is a surname. Notable people with this surname include: Noel and Sophia Weckert, Australian murder victims. John Weckert, Australian philosopher. Werner Weckert born 1938, Swiss cyclist. Joseph Francis of Weckert 1822–1889, German bishop.


Weguelin is a surname. Notable people with the surname include: John Reinhard Weguelin 1849–1927, English painter and illustrator. Christopher Weguelin 1838–1881, Irish politician. Thomas Matthias Weguelin 1809–1885, English politician.


Weirathmuller is a German family name, mostly spread in the Innviertel. People with that name also live in the rest of Austria and the Canadien province New Brunswick.


Weisfeld is a surname. Notable people with the surname include: Horatio Weisfeld, American magazine editor and publisher. Gerald Weisfeld born 1939 / 1940, British businessman, founder of the What Every Woman Wants.


Wenck as a surname may refer to the following: Friedrich August Wilhelm Wenck 4 September 1741 - 15 June 1810, German historian. Helfrich Bernhard Wenck 19 June 1739 – 27 April 1803, German historian. Heinrich Wenck 10 March 1851 – 3 February 193 ...


Wessells is a surname. Notable people with the surname include: Frances Wessells born 1919, American dancer, choreographer, and associate professor. Henry W. Wessells 1809–1889, American Civil War veteran.