Tidd is a surname. Notable people with the surname include:
Kurt Walter Tidd is a United States Navy admiral. He last served as the Commander, United States Southern Command. Prior to the current assignment, Admiral Tidd served as Assistant to the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff. He also served as the Director for Operations, Joint Staff (J-3) from 2012 to 2013, and as Commander, U.S. Naval Forces Southern Command / U.S. 4th Fleet from August 5, 2011 to June 22, 2012. Confirmed by the Senate on December 16, 2015, Tidd received his fourth star and succeeded John F. Kelly as commander of United States Southern Command on January 14, 2016. Tidd holds the title of "Old salt", which means he received his qualification for Surface Warfare before any other active-duty Navy officer. Upon the May 30, 2018, retirement of his U.S. Naval Academy classmate, Admiral Harry B. Harris Jr., Tidd also gained the honorific of "Old Goat" - the longest-serving Naval Academy graduate on active duty. ADM Harris presented Tidd with the Old Goat decanter in a ceremony on April 11, 2018.
William Tidd (1760–1847) was a legal writer.
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A surname, family name, or last name is the portion of a personal name that indicates a person's family. Depending on the culture, all members of a family unit may have identical surnames or there may be variations based on the cultural rules.
James Robson is a fictional character in the television series Oz, portrayed by R.E. Rodgers. Originally, Robson was supposed to be on for one episode and then never to be seen again. However, series creator Tom Fontana was impressed by Rodgers, so Robson became a regular from the third season to the final episode.
An "old salt" is an old sailor who is often a raconteur, or teller of sea stories. Much of the history and traditions of mariners are passed from generation to generation by these sea stories as told and retold by old salts. Sea stories may be truthful, half-truths, or falsehoods. However, they always enhance the reputations of sailors.
Clothes Make the Pirate is a 1925 American silent film starring Leon Errol and Dorothy Gish. The film was written by Marion Fairfax from the novel by Holman Francis Day and directed by Maurice Tourneur. It is a lost film, with only a one-minute trailer surviving.
Jacqueline Netter-Minne-Guerroudj was a Frenchwoman condemned to death as an accomplice of Fernand Iveton during the Algerian War. She was never executed, partly due to a campaign on her behalf conducted by Simone de Beauvoir.
Clarence Budington "Bud" Kelland was an American writer. He once described himself as "the best second-rate writer in America".
U.S. Naval Forces Southern Command is the naval element of United States Southern Command (USSOUTHCOM). Its areas of operation include South America, Central America, the Caribbean and surrounding waters. Its headquarters are located at Naval Station Mayport, Florida. USNAVSO is currently under the command of Rear Admiral Sean S. Buck.
Ritch Workman is a former Republican member of the Florida House of Representatives, who represented the 52nd District, which includes southern Brevard County, stretching from Melbourne to Palm Shores, from 2012 to 2016, and previously representing the 30th District from 2008 to 2012.
The Michael Foley Cottage is a historic house at 14 Emerson Street in Stoneham, Massachusetts. It is a remarkably well preserved instance of a worker's cottage, built c. 1855. It was occupied until the 1870s by Michael Foley, a shoemaker who may have worked at the nearby Tidd shoe factory. It is a two-story wood frame structure, with a front-gable roof, clapboard siding, and granite foundation. Its front facade has three narrow bays on the first floor and two on the second, with the entrance in the rightmost bay. Decorative woodwork is minimal.
The Nobility Hill Historic District is a residential historic district roughly bounded by Chestnut and Maple Streets and Cedar Avenue in Stoneham, Massachusetts. The district includes a number of high quality houses representing a cross section of fashionable housing built between 1860 and 1920. It was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1990.
The R.P. Turnbull House is a historic house at 6 Pine Street in Stoneham, Massachusetts. The ornately decorated Italianate house was built c. 1865 for R. P. Turnbull, a partner in the Tidd Tannery. The main block of the house follows a typical Italianate three bay plan with a large central cross gable section on the roof. The central entry is sheltered by an elaborately decorated porch, and the flanking bay windows are topped by roof sections with decorative brackets. The main cornice is studded with paired brackets, and the gable ends have decorative shingle work around round-arch windows, with some Stick style decorative woodwork at the point of the gable.
Mark L. Tidd is a former United States Navy officer who served as the 25th Chief of Chaplains of the United States Navy from 2010 to 2014.
Mount Tidd is a prominent rock peak which is the highest summit in Pirrit Hills. The peak was positioned by the U.S. Ellsworth-Byrd Traverse Party on December 10, 1958. It was named by the Advisory Committee on Antarctic Names (US-ACAN) for Lieutenant Paul Tidd of the U.S. Navy, who was the Officer-in-Charge of Ellsworth Station in 1958.
SeedUps is an equity crowdfunding platform for seed investment to launch and focuses on startup companies. It was founded by Michael Faulkner and Gavin Gallagher in 2010 and is aimed at tech startups in the USA, Ireland and the UK. Since launch over 2200 tech businesses have registered. It is only available to accredited or sophisticated investors. The platform is headquartered in Republic of Ireland with offices in the UK, US and Canada. Each funding project on SeedUps lasts for the same duration, namely 180 days.
Rachel Tidd is an American gymnast. She attended the 2001 World Gymnastics Championships where she received the bronze medal along with her team. She is a NCAA three time All American.
Vice Admiral Emmett Hulcy Tidd was a retired flag officer of the United States Navy.
Anthony Tidd is a British born bass player, composer and music producer, who moved to the United States in 1996. A well-known name on the international jazz scene and veteran touring bass player, he has graced stages alongside many staple names including, Steve Coleman, The Roots, Rudresh Mahanthappa, Wayne Krantz, Meshell Ndegeocello, Common, and Jill Scott, to name a few. Currently, Tidd regularly tours and records with alto saxophonist Steve Coleman, is the Creative Music Program Director at the Kimmel Center for Performing Arts in Philadelphia, PA and is the owner of recording/production studio Tidbit Sonos.
In United States Naval Academy terminology, the Old Goat is the longest-serving Naval Academy graduate on active duty. Since 2014, the designation has been accompanied by an award created by a previous Old Goat, Rear Admiral Alton L. Stocks. The award - a crystal decanter engraved with the initials and class years of previous holders - is passed to a new Old Goat upon the current holder's retirement. There have been seven Old Goats so awarded, each after more than 35 years' service to the U.S. Navy.