Thwaite is an English surname. Notable people with this surname include the following:
English is a West Germanic language that was first spoken in early medieval England and eventually became a global lingua franca. Named after the Angles, one of the Germanic tribes that migrated to the area of Great Britain that would later take their name, England, both names ultimately deriving from the Anglia peninsula in the Baltic Sea. It is closely related to Frisian and Low Saxon, and its vocabulary has been significantly influenced by other Germanic languages, particularly Norse, and to a greater extent Latin and French.
Ann Thwaite is a British writer who is the author of five major biographies. AA Milne: His Life was the Whitbread Biography of the Year, 1990. Edmund Gosse: A Literary Landscape was described by John Carey as "magnificent - one of the finest literary biographies of our time". Glimpses of the Wonderful about the life of Edmund's father, Philip Henry Gosse, was picked out by DJ Taylor in the Independent as one of the "Ten Best Biographies" ever. Frances Hodgson Burnett was originally published (1974) as Waiting for the Party and reissued in 2007 with the sub-title Beyond the Secret Garden. Emily Tennyson, The Poet's Wife (1996) was reissued by Faber Finds for the Tennyson bicentenary in 2009.
Anthony Thwaite is an English poet and critic, now widely known as the editor of his friend Philip Larkin's collected poems and letters.
Bruce Thwaite is an Australian Paralympic competitor. During World War II, he sustained a spinal injury when he landed on a tree after parachuting from a bomber plane over Germany. He was treated at the Stoke Mandeville Hospital.
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John Thwaites may refer to:
Johnstone William "John" Thwaites, is a former Australian politician, and served as Deputy Premier of the state of Victoria from 1999 to 2007.
Brenton is an English place name and surname. The surname Brenton indicates that one's ancestors came from a place called Brenton near Exminster, England, the original meaning of which was "Bryni's homestead". Bryni was an Old English given name based on the word bryne, "flame"..
Michael Rayner Thwaites, AO was an Australian academic, poet, and intelligence officer.
Thwaite may refer to:
Alby with Thwaite is a civil parish in the English county of Norfolk. The parish straddles the A140 some 10 km south of Cromer and 30 km north of Norwich, including the settlements of Alby and Thwaite.
Michael Errol Thwaite is an Australian football (soccer) player who currently plays for Gold Coast United.
Ebelthite is a fairly rare English surname. There are no records of the Ebelthite surname prior to 1720, but it is believed to be a variation of the surname Hebblethwaite. Hebblethwaite is a place name near Sedbergh, and while the full origin is that name is uncertain, the 'thwaite' element is from the Old Norse þveit for a piece of land or paddock.
Reuben Gold Thwaites was an American librarian and historical writer.
Thwaites may refer to:
Caitlin Thwaites is an Australian netball player in the Suncorp Super Netball league, playing for the Melbourne Vixens.
The Broken Melody is a 1938 Australian drama film directed by Ken G. Hall and starring Lloyd Hughes, based on a best-selling novel by F. J. Thwaites.
Brenton Thwaites is an Australian actor who is known for his portrayal of Luke Gallagher in the Fox8 teen drama series Slide (2011), and later Stu Henderson in the soap opera Home and Away (2011–2012). Since moving to the United States, Thwaites has had major roles in the films Blue Lagoon: The Awakening (2012), Oculus (2013), The Giver (2014), Gods of Egypt (2016), and Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales (2017). He currently stars as Dick Grayson in the DC Universe television series Titans.
Frederick Joseph Thwaites was an Australian novelist whose books sold over four million copies. He was best known for his first work The Broken Melody, which was adapted into a 1938 film.
William Thwaites (1853–1907) was a civil engineer working in Melbourne, Australia in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. He was responsible for the design and supervision of construction of Melbourne's sewerage system.
Fever is a novel by F. J. Thwaites.
The Dark Abyss is a novel by F. J. Thwaites about the Korean War.
Husky Be My Guide is a travel book by F. J. Thwaites. It was the first in a series of travel books written by Thwaites based on his real-life adventures.
Bracks is a surname. Notable people with the surname include: