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:
Dann is an English surname. It is a toponymic surname which came from Middle English dene and Old English denu, "valley". Variant spellings include Dan and Dane.
Affleck is a Scottish surname that may be of Gaelic origins.
Smithson or Smythson is an English surname and a given name.
Abrahamson is a surname. Notable people with the surname include:
Jaswal is an Indian surname found among Jat Sikhs and Muslims of Punjab. It is also a clan of Rajputs that commanded the former princely state of Jaswan.
Purves is a surname of British origin, which is a variant of Purvis. It is an occupational surname, meaning the person responsible for obtaining supplies for a household or monastery, derived from the Middle English purveys, from the Old French porveoir. Notable people with this surname include:
The surname Bruce is a surname of Scottish and French origins but also with several other origins. In Scotland, it is derived from Clan Bruce. In some cases it is derived from the French place name of Briouze in Orne, while in others it appears to be derived from Brix in Manche, or Bruz in Brittany, both in France.
Hynes is a surname, many examples of which originate as the anglicisation the Irish name Ó hEidhin.
Michaelson is an English patronymic surname meaning "son of Michael". There are varied English and Scandinavian spellings. It is rare as a given name. Notable people with the surname include:
Aaron is a primarily Jewish surname which is derived from the given name Aaron. There are several surname variants including Aarons, Aaronson, and Aron. Not all occurrences of the surname are Jewish.
Stephen is a surname of English, Scottish, and German origin. It is a reasonably common surname. The German variant is thought to have originated from the German-speaking world as (Von) Stephan.
Navin is a surname of various origins. In some cases, it is a Hebrew surname, whose Dutch derivative is Nawijn. In other cases, the surname is derived from the Gaelic surnames Mac Cnáimhín and Ó Cnáimhín.
Mehra is a surname found in Punjab, Delhi. Mehra’s also known as Kashyap rajput. This name is mainly used in Punjab and other states of India. As per Indian Hindu and Sikhism, this name is suggested for Who born with star Magha Nakshatra 4th pada, Simha rasi (Leo).. This surname derives from the word Mihir, meaning sun,  or master. (21.
Abrahamyan and its variants Abrahamian and Aprahamian in Western Armenian is an Armenian surname. Notable people with the surname include:
Tichenor is a variant of Tickner, an English topographic surname for someone who lived at a crossroad or a fork in the road..
Ferrara is an Italian surname. Notable people with the surname include:
Sandhu or Sindhu is a clan or family name found among the Jats in India and Pakistan.
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:
Koval is a Ukrainian surname. The word means "blacksmith", making "Koval" the equivalent of "Smith" in the English-speaking world. Notable people with the name include:
Tibbs is an English-language patronymic surname from a short form the medieval given names Tebald or Tibalt. Notable people with the name include: