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Thwaites may refer to:
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Waugh is a surname, and may refer to:
John Wood may refer to:
Reid is a surname of Scottish origin. It means "red".
Whittaker is a surname of English origin, meaning 'white acre', and a given name. Variants include Whitaker and Whitacre. People with the name include:
Cooper is an English surname originating in England; see Cooper (profession). Occasionally it is an Anglicized form of the German surname Kiefer. Cooper is the 4th most common surname in Liberia and 35th most common in England.
Bailey is an occupational surname of English and especially Irish origin, it originated from the Normans.
Browne is a variant of the English surname Brown, meaning "brown-haired" or "brown-skinned". It may sometimes be derived from French le Brun with similar meaning. The Mac A Brehons clan of County Donegal have anglicized as Browne since about 1800. The name has also been used throughout North America as an anglicization of the Spanish surname Pardo.
Morris is a surname of various origins though mostly of English, Irish, Scottish and Welsh origin. The name in some cases can be of German origin and even an Americanization of several Jewish surnames. The surname ranked 53 out of 88,799 in the United States and 32 out of 500 in England and Wales.
Thomas is a common surname of English, Welsh, Irish, Scottish, French, German, Dutch, and Danish origin.
Lowe is a surname. Notable persons with that name include:
Pearce is a surname, from knights of the Norman lord Mansfield prior to the invasion of England. It derives etymologically from the Germanic word to pierce, and was a name commonly given to warrior caste in Saxon/Jute, p-celtic and oil languages. Another etymology is from Piers, the medieval vernacular form of Peter, and may refer to:
Priestley may refer to:
Bradshaw is a surname.
Desmond is a given name and surname of, derived from the Irish place-name Desmond, an anglicization of the Irish Deas-Mhumhna "South Munster". The Irish peerages of Ormonde, Desmond, and Thomond represented the old sub-kingdoms of East, South and North Munster, respectively. South Munster existed as an independent territory between 1118 and 1543. The title of Earl of Desmond in the Peerage of Ireland originates in 1628; it is currently held by Alexander Feilding, 12th Earl of Denbigh.
Barrington is both a given name and a surname of English origin.
Davey is a surname. Notable people with the surname include:
Harding is a surname. Notable people with the surname include:
Thomas Thwaites can refer to: