Thomas Webster or Tom Webster may refer to:
Sir Thomas Webster, 1st Baronet was a British Member of Parliament for Colchester.
Thomas Webster RA, was an English painter of genre scenes of school and village life, many of which became popular through prints. He lived for many years at the artists' colony at Cranbrook in Kent.
Thomas Webster (1810–1875) was an English barrister, known for his involvement in patent legislation, and for committee work leading up to The Great Exhibition.
Thomas Webster Rammell was born in 1814 on the Isle of Thanet, Kent, United Kingdom. He became an engineer, working for the Metropolitan Board of Works. He was a close friend of Henry Austin, son-in-law of Charles Dickens.
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Walker is an English and German surname derived from either a fuller, from the Middle High German walker, meaning "a fuller of cloth", or an officer whose duty consisted of walking or inspecting a certain part of a forest. The surname "Walker" was first found in Germany where records of the name date back to the thirteenth century. In 1253, Sigelo dictus Welkere was recorded in Weissenburg, and in 1209, Bruno Welkiner was a citizen of Cologne. The Walker Families of England are believed to originate from Yorkshire.
Thomas Johnson, Tom Johnson or Tommy Johnson may refer to:
Thomas Green may refer to:
Pratt is an English surname. Notable people with the surname include:
John Crawford may refer to:
Brett derives from a Middle English surname meaning "Briton" or "Breton", referring to the Celtic people of Britain and Brittany, France. Brette can be a feminine name.
Fred or Fred(e)ri(c)(k) Anders(s)on may refer to:
Tom, Tommy, or Thomas Fitzpatrick may refer to:
Gilbert Thomas Webster (1886–1962) was an English cartoonist and caricaturist.
Yves is a common French male given name of Celtic, and of Germanic origin derived from Proto-Germanic *īwaz, *īhwaz, masculine variant of *īwō, from Proto-Indo-European *h₁eyHweh₂, meaning yew). Related names include Erwan, Evette, Ives, Ivet, Iveta, Ivette, Ivo, Iwo, Yve, Yvette, Yvo, Yvon, Yvonne, and many other diminutives.
Holland is a toponymic surname indicative of ancestral origin in the Dutch region of Holland, the Netherlands, or the English region of Holland (Lincolnshire), or the English towns of Upholland (Lancashire) and Holland-on-Sea (Essex). It is also an Anglicized version of Ó hUallacháin and is a common surname on the Beara Peninsula in southwestern County Cork, Ireland. It is also found in places where Beara immigrants settled, such as Butte, Montana, and southeastern Massachusetts.
Simpson is an English/Scottish patronymic surname from the medieval masculine given name 'Simme'. The earliest public record of the name was in 1353 in Staffordshire, West Midlands region of England.
James Ward may refer to:
Hugh Miller (1802–1856) was a Scottish geologist and writer