Thuillier is a surname. Notable people with the surname include:
Elisabeth Thuillier was a French colourist who ran a workshop in Paris where her employees hand-coloured early films and photographic slides using her plans and colour choices. She is remembered especially for the work she did for the director Georges Méliès.
Émilie Thuillier is a politician in Montreal, Quebec, Canada. She has served on the Montreal city council since 2009, representing Ahuntsic as a member of Projet Montréal, and has been a member of the Montreal executive committee since November 2012.
Emilio Thuillier was a Spanish actor.
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Clinton is an English surname, indicating one's ancestors came from English places called Glympton or Glinton. Clinton has frequently been used as a given name since the late 19th century. Baron Clinton is a title of peerage in England, originally created in 1298.
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Events from the year 1831 in Ireland.
Salmon is a surname. Alternative spellings are Salmons, Sammon and Sammons.
Henry is an English male given name and Irish surname derived from Old French Henri/Henry, itself derived from the Old Frankish name Heimeric/Ermerijc, from Common Germanic *Hainariks, In Old High German, the name was conflated with the name Haginrich to form Heinrich.
Montgomery is a surname derived from Saint-Germain-de-Montgommery in Normandy, France. Although there are many stories of its origin, an old theory explains that the name is a corruption of "Gomer's Mount" or "Gomer's Hill", any of a number of hills in Europe named in attribution to the biblical patriarch Gomer, but it does not explain the final -y or -ie and it does not correspond to the old mentions of the place name Montgommery in Normandie : Monte Gomeri in 1032–1035, de Monte Gomerico in 1040 and de Monte Gumbri in 1046–1048. More relevant is the explanation by the Germanic first name Gumarik, a compound of guma "man" and rik "powerful", that regularly gives the final -ry (-ri) in the French first names and surnames. Moreover, the name is still used as a surname in France as Gommery, from the older first name Gomeri.
Adair is a surname derived from the Old English personal name Eadgar (Edgar). In Ireland the surname is almost exclusive to Ulster and particularly to counties Antrim and Down. Here they are of Scottish origin where the surname is most common in Galloway. Many of the Galloway Adairs settled in Ulster during and after the Plantation. A few of the name in Ireland may be of the family name Ó Dáire.
Sir Henry Edward Landor Thuillier was Surveyor General of India. Under his direction, 796,928 square miles of India were surveyed, including difficult mountainous, forest, and desert regions, often for the first time. He was responsible for the printing in 1854 of the first postage stamps valid throughout India. Thuillier was elected a fellow of the Royal Society in 1869, made a CSI in May 1870, and knighted in June 1879.
Colonel Sir Henry Ravenshaw Thuillier (1838–1922) was Surveyor General of India, 1887–95.
Major General Sir Henry Fleetwood Thuillier, was a British Army officer who played a significant part in the development of gas warfare.
Lieutenant Colonel Henry Shakespear Thuillier, DSO, was a British Army officer.
Major-General Leslie "Pete" de Malapert Thuillier, CB, CVO, OBE, was a British Army officer of the Royal Corps of Signals who served with distinction in the Second World War and later set up the hotline between 10 Downing Street and The White House.
The 1870 Birthday Honours were appointments by Queen Victoria to various orders and honours to reward and highlight good works by citizens of the British Empire. The appointments were made to celebrate the official birthday of the Queen, and were published in The London Gazette on 31 May 1870.
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