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Kundert (surname)

Kundert is a surname. Notable people with the surname include: Alice Kundert 1920–2013, American politician. Otto Kundert 1888–1950, American politician. Frantisek Kundert 1891–1957, Czech cyclist. Gust Kundert 1913–2000, American politician. And ...

Kunert

Kunert may refer to: Hans Kunert, Knights Cross of the Iron Cross recipient. Timo Kunert born 1987, German footballer. Andrzej Kunert born 1952, Polish historian and lecturer. Martin Kunert born 1974, feature film and television writer, director ...

Kutuvantavida

In the northern Malabar region of Kerala, people do not usually have a surname. However they put the first letter of their House-name at the end of their name to help identify themselves. While applying for passport, visa or other official docume ...

Kuvaja

Kuvaja is a surname. Notable people with this surname include: Eino Kuvaja 1906–1975, Finnish Major and skier. Jukka Kuvaja born 1953, Finnish skier. Pekka Kuvaja 1921–2003, Finnish cross country skier who competed in the late 1940s and early 1950s.

La Barre

The French surname la Barre has several quite distinct meanings. The name is originally derived from the old French word" barre”, this had two meanings in the ancient language. Firstly," barre” signified" a pole” and may have been applied to an i ...

Lafaye

Lafaye is a surname. Notable people with the surname include: Prosper Lafaye, originally Lafait 1806–1883, French painter. Jacques Lafaye born 1930, French historian. Jean-Jacques Lafaye born 1958, French writer and journalist.

Lafi

Lafi is a surname. Notable people with this surname include: Nora Lafi born 1965, French historian of Algerian origin. Fadi Lafi born 1979, Palestinian footballer. Olfa Lafi born 1986, Tunisian race walker.

Laforest

Laforest is a surname. Notable people with the surname include: Jean-Louis Dubut de Laforest 1853–1902, French author. Pete Laforest born 1978, Canadian baseball catcher and manager. Juliette Bussiere Laforest-Courtois 1789–1853, Haitian teacher ...

Lagemann

Lagemann is a German surname and can refer to the following people: Johann Jakob Lagemann 1696–1766, a German gunsmith famous for making breech-loading wheellock sporting rifles in Vollmarshausen, Germany. Ramana Lagemann, an American rally car d ...

Lamarliere

Lamarliere is a French surname: Daniele de Lamarliere, French artist. Lamarliere can also be used for other purposes Lamarliere, French nightclub. (Lamarliere, французский клуб) Lamarliere, French holiday hotel.

Lambeth (disambiguation)

Lambeth is a place in the London Borough of Lambeth. Lambeth may also refer to: London Borough of Lambeth, a London borough in South London, England. Lambeth, Middlesex County, Ontario, Canada. Lambeth, Oxford County, Ontario, Canada. Lambeth Con ...

Lambson

Lambson is a surname. Notable people with the surname include: Julina Lambson Smith, nee Julina Lambson 1849–1936, American Mormon leader. Barry Lambson born 1958, South African former cricket umpire.

Landero

Landero is a surname. People with this name include: Leticia Lopez Landero b. 1962, Mexican politician. Jose Francisco Landero b. 1971, Mexican politician. Toto Landero b. 1995, Filipino professional boxer. Tomas Lopez Landero b. 1950, Mexican po ...

Langendorf

Langendorf can refer to several places: Langendorf, Saxony-Anhalt, a town in the district Burgenlandkreis in Saxony-Anhalt, Germany. Langendorf, Switzerland. (Городе Лангендорф, Швейцария) Langendorf, the German name for Satulung, a former villag ...

Langerhans

Langerhans may refer to: Islets of Langerhans, the area in which the endocrine cells of the pancreas are grouped. Paul Langerhans 1847–1888, German pathologist and biologist. Langerhans cells, dendritic cells abundant in the epidermis. Ryan Lange ...

Langstroth

Langstroth may refer to: L. L. Langstroth 1810–1895, U.S. clergyman and beekeeper, after whom is named. Langstroth Cottage, a historic building in Oxford, Ohio. Agnes Langstroth, granddaughter of Edward IV. Langstroth hive, a design of beehive. L ...

Lanphier

Lanphier is a surname and may refer to: Fay Lanphier 1905–1959, model. Thomas George Lanphier Jr. 1915–1987, World War II pilot. Thomas George Lanphier Sr. 1890–1972, early aviator. James Lanphier 1920–1969, American actor.

Lapidus

Lapidus is: A surname which derived from the Latin word lapideus, meaning made of stone, stony, also from the Latin lapis meaning stone. It could also be derived from the Latin adjective lepidus meaning pleasant or charming. A branch of the Roman ...

Laraba

Laraba may refer to: Bob Laraba 1933–1962, American football player as a linebacker and quarterback. Gambo Laraba Abdullahi born 1951, Nigerian chemist.

Larco

Between 1860 and 1948, most immigrants named Larco came from Peru, France, and Italy. Many of them sailed across the Atlantic Ocean on the Santa Elisa. Most Larco immigrants to the U.S. arrived in 1929 with New York City being the most popular ar ...

Larkman

Larkman is an Anglo Saxon surname used in the UK, United States, Australia, New Zealand and Canada. Although Larkman is a very uncommon name it is not historically rare in Norfolk, England and it is possible that all Larkmans originated from Norf ...

Lattimer

Pete Lattimer, fictional character in the U.S. television series Warehouse 13. John K. Lattimer, urologist, researcher of the Lincoln and Kennedy assassinations.

Lattimore

Owen Lattimore 1900–1989, American educator, author and target of Sen. Joseph McCarthy. Jonita Lattimore, American soprano. DeDe Lattimore born 1991, American football player. Marshon Lattimore, American football player. Eleanor Frances Lattimore ...

Lattin

Dave Lattin born 1943, American basketball player. Don Lattin, American journalist and author. Vernon Lattin born 1938, American president of Brooklyn College. Susannah Lattin 1848–1868, American woman whose death led to regulation of maternity c ...

Lavallee

Lavalee, Lavallee or LaVallee may refer to: Louis-Arsene Lavallee 1861-1936, Canadian politician, Mayor of Montreal. Calixa Lavallee 1842-1891, songwriter, "O Canada". Carole Lavallee b. 1954, Canadian politician. Roger Lavallee, American musicia ...

Lave (disambiguation)

Lave Winham 1881-1951, American pitcher in Major League Baseball. Jean Lave born 1968, American anthropologist. Lave Cross 1866-1927, American third baseman in Major League Baseball.

Learn (disambiguation)

To learn is the act of acquiring knowledge. Learn may also refer to: Ed Learn born 1937, a Canadian football defensive back. Learn.com, a software company. Learn: The Songs of Phil Ochs, a 2006 folk album.

Leen (surname)

Leen is a surname. Notable people with the surname include: Randy Leen born 1975, American golfer. Willem van Leen 1753–1825, Dutch painter. Nina Leen died 1995, Russian-American photographer. Bill Leen born 1962, American musician. Willie Joe Le ...

Legette

Legette is a surname. Notable people with the surname include: Burnie Legette born 1970, American football player. Tyrone Legette born 1970, American football player.

Leja

Leja is a surname. Notable people with this surname include: Franciszek Leja 1885–1975, Polish mathematician. Walter Leja 1991–1992, Polish-born Canadian bomb disposal expert and soldier. Frank Leja 1936–1991, U.S. baseball player.

Lenthall

Lenthall may refer to: People Sir John Lenthall, 1st Baronet 1624 / 5–1681, English lawyer and member of parliament. John Lenthall shipbuilder 1807-1882, American naval architect and shipbuilder. William Lenthall 1591-1662, English politician who ...

Leonhardi

Leonhardi is a surname. Notable people with the surname include: Eduard Leonhardi 1828–1905, German painter. Johann Gottfried Leonhardi 1746–1823, German physician and chemist. Moritz von Leonhardi 1856–1910, German anthropologist.

Lepper

Lepper may refer to: Mark Lepper born 1944, American psychologist. David Lepper born 1945, British politician. Andrzej Lepper 1954–2011, former Polish deputy prime minister.

Lepri

Lepri is a surname. Notable people with the surname include: Stanislao Lepri 1905–1980, Italian painter. Lucas Lepri born 1984, Brazilian grappler. Adalberto Lepri born 1929, Italian wrestler.

Leutze

Leutze may refer to: Eugene H. C. Leutze 1847–1931, admiral of the United States Navy. USS Leutze DD-481, a United States Navy destroyer named in honor of the admiral. Emanuel Leutze 1816–1868, painter of American Revolutionary War scenes.

Levieux

Reynaud Levieux 1613-1699, French painter from Nimes. Nicolas Levieux de Hauteville 1617-1678, lieutenant-general for civil and criminal affairs in the seneschals court at Quebec, in New France, from 1651 to 1656, Canada. Nicolas LeVieux de La Mo ...

Lewek

Lewek is a surname. Notable people with the surname include: Antoni Lewek 1940-2010, Polish Roman Catholic priest, theologian and academic. Michal Lewek 1878–1967, Polish Roman Catholic priest and activist. Kathryn Lewek, American opera singer.

Li (surname 理)

Li 理 family name originated from Gaoyao 皐陶 the son of Shaohao 少昊 in the during the Shun Chinese leader. Gaoyao was father of Boyi 伯益 the origin of Ying Chinese surname, and ancestor of Gaoyang 高揚. In ancient times Gaoyangs posterity took ...

Li (surname 莉)

Lì is a Chinese surname, among the Hui people of Yunnan Province. However the Baijiaxing does not have the surname "莉" as it is not an ethnic Han Chinese family.

Lilpop

The Lilpop family was a well-known dynasty of artisans and industrialists in Warsaw, Poland. The founder of the family of the Polish branch was Antonio Augustine Lilpop, from Graz, Austria 1742 – 1815, who settled in Warsaw in the last years of t ...

Limaye

Limaye is a family name, common among the Chitpavan Kokanastha Brahmin community in Kokan, Maharashtra, India. The names Karandikar, Dixit and Khasgiwale are supposedly derived from the same clan. The origin of the Limaye/Karandikar/Dixit and Kha ...

Limner (disambiguation)

A limner is an illuminator of manuscripts, or more broadly a graphic artist, especially a portrait painter or an illustrator. Lemons may also refer to: Henry Limner. (Генри Лимонов) Lynda Limner. (Лимонов Линда) Richard William Murray for whom "L ...

Lindup

Lindup is a surname. Notable people with the surname include: David Lindup 1928–1992, English composer, arranger and orchestrator. Ernest Lindup, South African World War I flying ace. Mike Lindup born 1959, British musician. Janet Lindup, South A ...

List (surname)

Guido von List 1848–1919, Austrian / German writer and occultist. Garrett List 1943–2019, American trombonist. Peyton List, multiple people. John List 1925–2008, American murderer. Maximilian List 1910–c.1980, German SS concentration camp command ...

Littel (surname)

The first known person in the family was Thomas Littel, from Great Britain. He married Lijsbeth Pieters in 1595 in the Big or Bartholomewchurch in Schoonhoven.

Liuzza

Roy Liuzza, American scholar of Old English literature. Viola Fauver Gregg Liuzzo, Unitarian Universalist civil rights activist from Michigan. Gayle Liuzza, Louisiana Republican political figure.

Lloyd Jones

Edward Lloyd Jones 1844–1894, head of the department store David Jones Limited, or his son. Guy Lloyd-Jones born 1966, British chemist. Charles Lloyd Jones 1878–1958, chairman of David Jones Limited and chairman of the Australian Broadcasting Com ...

Lodolo

Lodolo is a surname. Notable people with the surname include: Massimo Lodolo, Italian actor and voice actor. Nick Lodolo, American professional baseball pitcher.

Loquasto

Loquasto is a surname. Notable people with the surname include: Santo Loquasto born 1944, American production designer, scenic designer, and costume designer. Al Loquasto 1940–1991, Italian-American racecar driver.