Tichenor is a variant of Tickner, an English topographic surname for someone who lived at a crossroad or a fork in the road..Notable people with the surname include:
Murphy is an Irish surname.
John Davis may refer to:
Isaac Tichenor was an American lawyer and politician. He served as the third and fifth Governor of Vermont and United States Senator from Vermont.
Coles is a surname. Notable people with the surname include:
Hopkinson is a surname of English and Welsh origin. Notable people with the surname include:
Duval is a surname, literally translating from French to English as "of the valley". It derives from the Norman "Devall", which has both English and French ties. Variant spellings include: Davolls, Deavall, DeVile, Devill, Deville, Divall, Divell and de Eyvill. Its meaning is derived from the French town of Deville, Ardennes. "Devall" was first recorded in England in the Domesday Book.
The surname Ewing is of Scottish origin, and is an Anglicised form derived from the Gaelic clan name "Clann Eóghain" meaning "Children of Eóghain". The forename "Eógan" is thought to derive ultimately from the Greek eugenes.
The surname Burns has several origins. In some cases it derived from the Middle English or Scots burn, and originated as a topographic name for an individual who lived by a stream. In other cases the surname is a variant form of the surname Burnhouse, which originated as habitational name, derived from a place name made up of the word elements burn and house. In other cases the surname Burns originated as a nickname meaning "burn house". In other cases, the surname Burns is an Anglicised form of the Gaelic Ó Broin, which means "descendant of Bran". In some cases the surname Burns is an Americanized form of the Jewish surname Bernstein, which is derived from the German bernstein ("amber").
Sharp is an English language surname, cognate to the German scharf. It is also akin to words which have the sense of scraping, e.g. Latin scrobis 'ditch', Russian skresti 'to scrape'.
Wadsworth is a surname. Notable persons with that surname include:
Webber (/ˈwɛbər/) is an English occupational surname meaning weaver.
Isaac Taylor Tichenor was President of the Agricultural and Mechanical College of Alabama, now known as Auburn University, from 1872 to 1881.
Tickner is a topographic surname of English origin for someone who lived at a crossroad or a fork in the road. Notable people with the surname include:
George C. Tichenor was a Member and President of the Board of General Appraisers.
Lansing is a Dutch patronymic surname from the personal name Lans. The "-ing" or "-ink" suffix originally was patronymic, but later also became indicative of a place. Lansing is now a rare name in the Netherlands, but there are many descendants in the United States of Gerrit Gerritse Lansing (ca.1615–bef.1654), a baker in Hasselt, Overijssel, whose widow and children migrated to New Netherland in 1654. At a later time there the surname became used as a middle name and given name. Notable people with the name include:
The 1902 College Football All-Southern Team consists of American football players selected to the College Football All-Southern Teams selected by various organizations for the 1902 Southern Intercollegiate Athletic Association football season. Clemson won the Southern Intercollegiate Athletic Association (SIAA) championship, though Virginia was often ranked as best team in the south.
Walker Reynolds "Tick" Tichenor was a college football player, coach, and official, as well as a sportswriter and attorney.
Ticknor, a variant spelling of Tickner, is a topographic surname of English origin for someone who lived at a crossroad or a fork in the road. Notable people with the surname include:
Holbrook is a masculine given name and a surname. It may refer to:
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