Patrick Mitchell may refer to:
George Mitchell may refer to:
David or Dave Mitchell may refer to:
Botero is a surname of Spanish language origin common in Colombia. It means "bottler" or "boat owner". The surname can refer to the following people:
A priest is a person who holds an office in a religion, for example an Orthodox Christian priest, Roman Catholic priest, Hindu priest, an Imam in Islam, or a Kohen in Judaism.
Peter Grant may refer to:
Brian Mitchell may refer to:
Patrick O'Reilly may refer to:
Pat Buckley may refer to:
Patrick O'Donnell may refer to:
Patrick Dunne may refer to:
Hartigan is a surname. Notable people with the surname include:
Patrick McLaughlin is the name of:
William, Bill or Billy Byrne may refer to:
Mitchell or Mitchel is an English and Scottish surname with two etymological origins. In some cases the name is derived from the Middle English and Old French name Michel, a vernacular form of the name Michael. The personal name Michael is ultimately derived from a Hebrew name, meaning "Who is like God". In other cases the surname Mitchell is derived from the Middle English words michel, mechel, and muchel, meaning "big". In some cases, the surname Mitchell was adopted as an equivalent of Mulvihill; this English-language surname is derived from the Irish-language Ó Maoil Mhichíl, meaning "descendant of the devotee of St. Michael".
Patrick Reynolds Mitchell KCVO was an English Anglican priest.
Peadar is a masculine given name in the Irish, and Scottish Gaelic languages. The names are ultimately derived from the Greek word petros, meaning "stone", "rock". The Scottish Gaelic Peadar is said to be reserved for the saint, and the Scottish Gaelic Pàdraig. It is a variation of the name Peter.
John Prendergast may refer to:
Priester is a common family name. It may refer to:
Pat or Patrick Curran may refer to:
Patrick Moriarty may refer to: