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Alec Mansfield Tidey is a former professional ice hockey right wing. He was drafted in the eighth round, 143rd overall, by the Buffalo Sabres in the 1975 NHL Amateur Draft. He was also drafted by the San Diego Mariners in the 1975 WHA Amateur Draft, and he began his professional career in the World Hockey Association with San Diego. He then moved to the National Hockey League, playing four games in two seasons with the Sabres and five in 1979–80 with the Edmonton Oilers.

Dean Tidey is an English musician, mainly known for his work with British rock band Feeder as their live guitarist between 1999-2009. Dean was asked to join Feeder for Yesterday Went Too Soon album tour in 1999, only missing their late 2000 and 2001 shows. His last appearance to date with the band, was at the 2009 Sonisphere festival in Knebworth. Dean has been a member of two other bands alongside his work with Feeder, indie rock outfits Sandstone Veterans and Velvet Jones. Dean is signed to a publishing deal with George Martin which has seen him play as part of the super group who inducted George Martin into the UK Music Hall of Fame. Dean has written & recorded with many other artists including Ozzy Osbourne, Alex Lloyd, Funky Bottom, Emm Gryner, Moozak, Circle, Kim Richey, ManOrMouse? and Doom Man. Dean's first guitar was a Lefty Guild Aviator. Dean also owns a custom built Gretsch.

Herbert Gordon Tidey (1879-1971) was an English railway photographer. Described as "one of the fathers of railway photography" he was active from the 1890s through the 1950s.

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"Comfort in Sound" is the last single to be taken from Feeder's 2002 album of the same name. It was only available at first on the band's arena tour in December 2003, and was limited to 3,000 copies. A few weeks after the tour, the single was available for download from "Feederweb" with downloadable PDF artwork.

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Velimir Stjepanović is a Serbian swimmer, member of Hamilton Aquatics.

Pte Patrick Kelly, was an Irish Army Private in the Defence Forces killed during the rescue of kidnapped supermarket executive Don Tidey. He was posthumously awarded the Military Star decoration.

Gary Sheehan was an Irish Garda Síochána officer who was killed in an exchange of gun fire with the Provisional Irish Republican Army during a hostage rescue operation in Ireland in 1983.

Henry Tidey was an English watercolourist.

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Andrea Brewster is an Irish sailor. She represented Ireland at the 2016 Summer Olympics in the 49erFX class.

Saskia Tidey' is an Irish sailor. She represented Ireland at the 2016 Summer Olympics in the 49erFX class.

Jane Anne Plant CBE, FREng, FRSE, FRSA was a leading geochemist, scientist, and author. She was Chief Scientist at the British Geological Survey and was a Professor of Geochemistry at Imperial College London. Plant was diagnosed with cancer several times and studied the link between diet and breast cancer. She published several books on the subject.