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Roma (surname)

Thomas Roma born 1950, American photographer. Spiridone Roma 1737–1781, Italian painter. David Casals-Roma born 1972, Spanish writer / director based in the United Kingdom. Lisa Roma 1893–1965, American soprano. Caro Roma or Carrie Northey 1866–1 ...

Rosenblueth

Rosenblueth is a surname that can refer to: Emilio Rosenblueth 1926–1994, Mexican engineer. Arturo Rosenblueth 1900–1970, Mexican researcher, physician and physiologist.

Rossolimo

Rossolimo is a Greek last name. According to researches of Alexander N. Rossolimo, the name is widely used on the Ionian Islands and especially Kefalonia. It originates from the French baron or general Hugues de Sully who was in the service of Ch ...

Rosten

Rosten is a surname. Notable people with the surname include: Daniel Rosten born 1977, Swedish musician. Harvey Rosten 1948–1997, English physicist. Irwin Rosten 1924–2010, American documentary filmmaker. Norman Rosten 1913–1995, American poet, p ...

Rotch

Rotch is a surname. Notable people with the surname include: Arthur Rotch 1850–1894, American architect. Francis M. Rotch 1822–1863, American politician from New York. Francis J. Rotch 1863–1918, American politician from Washington State. Edith R ...

Rotunno

Rotunno is a surname. Notable people with the surname include: Nicola Rotunno 1928–1999, Italian Roman Catholic prelate. Joanne Rotunno, actress. (Джоанн Ротунно, актриса) Giuseppe Rotunno born 1923, Italian cinematographer.

Routray

Routray is a surname of Indian origin. It may refer to: Bijayshree Routray, Indian politician. Supriya Routray, Indian footballer. Samaresh Routray, Indian film actor, producer and television personality. Sachidananda Routray, Indian Odia-languag ...

Rovere

Rovere may refer to Gino Rovere (fl. 1934–1938, Italian racing driver. Richard Rovere 1915–1979, American journalist. Rovere della Luna, an Italian municipality. Italian noble House of Della Rovere or any of its members. Rovere Veronese, an Itali ...

Rovina

Rovina may refer to: Rovina, a village in Bucureșci Commune, Hunedoara County, Romania. Hanna Rovina 1892–1980, Israeli actress. Rovina, Bulgaria, a village in the municipality of Smolyan, Bulgaria. Rovina, a village in Branișca Commune, Hunedoar ...

Rowsom

Rowsom is a surname. Notable people with the surname include: Mark Rowsom born 1959, Canadian pair skater. Brian Rowsom born 1965, American basketball player and coach.

Roybal

Roybal, also spelled Roibal and Ruibal, is a Galician surname, later introduced into the Americas. It has its origin in the hamlet of Ruibal, in the municipality of Moraña - Galicia - where a 3% of the local inhabitant are surnamed Ruibal. In Gal ...

Rragam

Rragam may refer to: Rragam, Shkoder, Albania. (Rragam, Шкодер, Албания) Ramazan Rragami born 1944, Albanian football player and coach. Ferid Rragami born 1957, Albanian footballer.

Ruelas

Ruelas is a French-language surname, common in Mexico. It may refer to: Gabriel Ruelas born 1970, Mexican professional boxer. Juan de las Roelas born c. 1559, Spanish painter of the late-Renaissance. Julio Ruelas 1870–1970, Mexican artist. Rafael ...

Rugge

Rugge may refer to: Jesse Rugge born 1979, one of the former members of Jesse James Hollywoods gang that helped in the murder of Nicholas Markowitz. Robert Rugge 1503-1559, English politician and Member of Parliament. Rugge-Price baronets, a titl ...

Russotto

Russotto is a surname. Notable people with the surname include: Mario Russotto born 1957, Italian Roman Catholic bishop. Andrea Russotto born 1988, Italian footballer.

Ruttimann

Ruttimann is a surname. Notable people with the surname include: Anna Maria Ruttimann-Meyer von Schauensee 1772–1856, Swiss salonist. Toni Ruttimann born 1967, Swiss bridge engineer. Johann Jakob Ruttimann 1813–1876, Swiss politician, President o ...

Rydman

Rydman is a surname. Notable people with the surname include: Fredrik Rydman born 1974, Swedish dancer. Wille Rydman born 1986, Finnish politician. Blaine Rydman born 1949, Canadian ice hockey player. Arvid Rydman 1884–1953, Finnish gymnast, comp ...

Sabbatini

Sabbatini, with its variations Sabbatino, Sabbadin, Sabbadino and Sabbadini, is a family name of Italian origin. Other variants use one b only, such as Sabatini, Sabatino, Sabadin, Sabadini and Sabadino and are also very common names in Italy. Va ...

Sabbione

Sabbione is an Italian surname. Notable people with the surname include: Alberto Sabbione born 1948, Argentine field hockey player. Alessio Sabbione born 1991, Italian footballer. Jorge Sabbione born 1948, Argentine field hockey player.

Sackett (surname)

Sackett is an English surname originating in the Isle of Thanet, Kent, probably at Sacketts Hill in the parish of St Peter in Thanet. The earliest record of the name dates from 1317 when William Saket of Southborough, St Peter in Thanet, was in a ...

Saetti

Saetti is a surname. Notable people with the surname include: Roberto Saetti born 1967, Italian rugby union player. Bruno Saetti 1902–1984, Italian painter.

Safran (disambiguation)

Safran is a French conglomerate involved in defense, aerospace propulsion and equipment. SAFRAN and names. People with these names include: Scott Safran 1967–89, American video gamer. John Safran born 1972, Australian documentary maker and media ...

Sammis (surname)

Sammis is a surname derived from Samways, which originated in Dorset, England. Richard Samways was a probable passenger of the Mary and John in 1630 who settled in Windsor, Connecticut and the spelling of the name subsequently changed to Sammis.

San Roman (surname)

San Roman refers to a family line of Spanish and Italian origin. The term San Roman in Spanish or Castilian refers to St. Roman and the name is a habitual name from any of the persons from the local church or shrines of Saint Roman. There are abo ...

Sapper (disambiguation)

Laurie Sapper 1922–1989, British trade unionist, brother of Alan Sapper. Karl Sapper 1866–1945, German explorer and linguist who worked in Central America. Alan Sapper 1931–2006, British trade unionist, brother of Laurie Sapper. Richard Sapper 19 ...

Sarver

Robert Sarver born 1961, American businessman and majority owner of the Phoenix Suns. Bruce Sarver 1962–2005, American drag racer. Michael Sarver born 1981, American singer.

Savidge

Malcolm Savidge born 1946, British politician. Martin Savidge born 1958, American television journalist. John Savidge 1924–1979, British track and field athlete. Vaughan Savidge born 1956, English BBC newsreader. Cecil Savidge 1905–1975, Chief Co ...

Scally

The surname Scally is an anglicized version of the Gaelic "O Scolaidhe", which means "descendant of the scholar". It was first found in County Westmeath. The variations of the name were formed when church officials spelled the names as they were ...

Schlebusch

Schlebusch is a surname of German origin. It is derived from the German word for a thorn bush. The family name was originally von Schlebusch which may indicate a title. The first recorded name bearer of the surname Schlebusch was, Arnoldus de Rod ...

Schmick

Smith English. (Смит Английский) Schmid southern Germany. (Шмид Южной Германии) Schmitz Rhineland. (Шмитц Рейнланд) Schmidt northern Germany. (Шмидт Северной Германии) Schminke. Schmitt. (Шмитт) Schmied. (Шмидом) Schmich Baden-Wurttemberg, Southw ...

Schwendtner

Schwendtner is a surname. Notable people with this surname include: Jozef Schwendtner born 1963, Slovak wrestler. Susanne Schwendtner, Austrian para table tennis player.

Scurry

William Scurry 1895–1962, Australian soldier. Moses Scurry b. 1968, American basketball player. James Scurry 1766–1822, English soldier and memoirist. Carey Scurry b. 1962, American basketball player. Richardson A. Scurry 1811–1862, American poli ...

Selous

Edmund Selous 1857–1934, British ornithologist and writer. Frederick Selous 1851–1917, British explorer and big-game hunter. Henry Courtney Selous 1803–1890, British painter. Andrew Selous born 1962, British politician.

Sennett

Sennett may refer to: Blake Sennett born 1973, American musician. Sennett, New York. (Сеннетт, Нью-Йорк) Mack Sennett 1880-1960, movie director. George Burritt Sennett 1840–1900, American ornithologist and businessman. Richard Sennett born 1943, ...

Serafino

Serafino Ghizzoni born 1954, former Italian international rugby union footballer. Serafino Porrecta 1536–1614, Italian-Dominican theologian. Serafino Dubois 1817–1899, Italian chess player. Serafino Mazzolini 1890–1945, Italian lawyer, politician ...

Shand

Shand is a surname of Scottish descent, also spelled Schawand, Schaand, Schande and Schand. It may refer to: People in the United Kingdom John Shand 1834–1914 Scottish mathematician who emigrated to New Zealand to be a professor at Dunedin. Ernes ...

Shankland

Shankland is a surname. Notable people with the surname are: Katrina Shankland b. 1987, American community organizer and politician. Lawrence Shankland b. 1995, Scottish football soccer player. Alfred Shankland 1877-1952, Dean of Barbados from 19 ...

Shedd (surname)

Shedd is a surname likely derived from de Schedde, the descendants of John de Schedde of Edwardstone, Suffolk, England. In 1920 it was estimated that up to 70% of people named Shedd in the United States are descended from Daniel shed of Finchingf ...

Shinada

Shinada is a Japanese surname. Notable people with the surname include: Kimihiro Shinada 品田 公博, born 1949, Japanese bobsledder. Manato Shinada 品田 愛斗, born 1999, Japanese footballer.

Shlonsky

Shlonsky is a Jewish surname. Persons with this surname include: Avraham Shlonsky 1900–1973, Russian Empire–born Israeli poet and editor. Verdina Shlonsky 1905–1990, Russian Empire–born Israeli composer, pianist, publicist and painter, sister of ...

Shope

Robert Shope 1929–2004, an American virologist. T. J. Shope born 1985, an American politician. Simeon P. Shope 1837–1920, an American politician. Richard Shope 1901–66, an American virologist.

Shupe

Shupe may refer to: Shupe, Virginia. (Шуп, Вирджиния) Shoop-name: Bryan Shupe, American politician. Vince Shupe 1921–1962, Major League Baseball first baseman. Anson Shupe, American sociologist. Ryan Shupe, American musician. Glen Shupe, an Irish ...

Shushan (disambiguation)

Shushan is a city in the Khuzestan province of Iran. Shushan may also refer to: Shushan Airport, former name of New Orleans Lakefront Airport. Shushan District, district in Hefei, Anhui, China. Amit Ben Shushan born 1985, Israeli football player. ...

Shuttlesworth

Shuttlesworth is a surname. Notable people with the surname include: Fred Shuttlesworth 1922–2011, born Freddie Lee Robinson, was a U.S. civil rights activist as a minister in Birmingham, Alabama. Ed Shuttlesworth born 1952, former American footb ...

Shuvalov

Shuvalov is the name of a Russian noble family which, although documented since the 16th century, rose to distinction during the reign of Empress Elizabeth and was elevated to the rank of counts on 5 September 1746.

Siedle

Siedle is a surname. Notable people with the surname include: Caroline Siedle 1867–1907, American costume designer. Jack Siedle 1903–1982, South African cricketer. John Siedle 1932–2008, South African cricketer. Edward Siedle 1858–1925, American ...

Sieling

Sieling is a surname. Notable people with the surname include: Carsten Sieling born 1959, German politician. Charlotte Sieling born 1960, Danish actress and film director.

Siltamaki (name)

Siltamaki is a Finnish surname meaning "bridge hill" or the hill on a bridge. It was conceived in the 19th century when a village in Finland was populated with too many families sharing the same surname "Frante". This caused much confusion with t ...

Simenon (disambiguation)

Georges Simenon was a Belgian author Simenon may also refer to: Paul Simonon note spelling, English musician best known as bassist in The Clash. Tim Simenon, English musician. Marc Simenon, Belgian filmwriter, son of Georges Simenon.

Skidmore (surname)

Skidmore is a surname which originated in England in the early Middle Ages, believed to have arrived with the Normans around the time of the Norman Conquest.