Tilden is a surname of English origin. Spelling variants include Tildon, Tileden, Tillden, and Tylden. The name may refer to:
Stephenson is a medieval patronymic surname meaning "son of Stephen". The earliest public record is found in the county of Huntingdonshire in 1279. There are variant spellings including Stevenson. People with the surname include:
Richard Smith may refer to:
Mills is an English and Scottish occupational surname. Mill workers or owners of one or more mills would have received the name, through being called John the worker of the mills, or Joe the owner of the mills until it was shortened to simply John or Joe Mills. Notable people with the surname include:
The English surname Percy is of Norman origin, coming from Normandy to England, United Kingdom. It was from the House of Percy, Norman lords of Northumberland, derives from the village of Percy-en-Auge in Normandy. From there, it came into use as a mostly masculine and rarely feminine given name. It is also a short form of the given name Percival, Perseus, etc.
Pratt is an English surname. Notable people with the surname include:
William, Will, Bill, or Billy Lee may refer to:
Cobb is an English surname of Anglo-Saxon/Old Norse origin.
Davidson is a patronymic surname, meaning "son/descendant of David". There are alternate spellings called septs, including those common in the British Isles and Scandinavia: Davidsen, Davisson, Davison, Daveson, Davidsson. While the given name comes from the Hebrew "David", meaning beloved, Davidson is rarely used as a masculine given name or nickname.
Patterson is a surname originating in Scotland, Ireland, and Northern England meaning "son of Patrick". There are other spellings, including Pattison and Pattinson. Notable people with the surname Patterson include:
Mason is an occupational surname of Scottish and English origin, with variations also found in Italian and French, generally referring to someone who performed stonemasonry work.
Tait is a Scottish surname which means "pleasure" or "delight." The origins of the name can be traced back as far as 1100. Notable people with the surname include:
Adamson is an English patronymic surname meaning "son of Adam". It is rare as a given name, although there has been a tradition in some families for the first-born son to be called Adam. People with the surname Adamson include:
Latham is an Old Scandinavian surname.
Charles Bell (1774–1842) was a Scottish anatomist, surgeon, physiologist and natural theologian.
The Tylden family represent a landholding family with origins in England in the Middle Ages. A branch of the family emigrated to the American colonies in the early 17th century and established the Tilden family line in America.
Jackson is a common surname of Scottish, Irish and English origin eventually becoming a common American surname also. In 1980, Jackson was the 24th most common surname in England and Wales. In the 1990 United States Census, Jackson was the thirteenth most frequently reported surname, accounting for 0.3% of the population.
Wells is an English surname of Norman origin, but is possibly a Welsh surname, from an old English word for Wales. It normally derives from occupation, location, and topography. The occupational name derives from the person responsible for a village's spring. The locational name derives from the pre-7th century "wælla" ("spring"). The topographical name derives from living near a spring. The oldest public record is found in 1177 in the county of Norfolk. Variations of Wells include Well, Welman, Welles, Wellman and Wellsman. At the time of the British Census of 1881, its relative frequency was highest in Berkshire, followed by Leicestershire, Oxfordshire, Kinross-shire, Huntingdonshire, Kent, Sussex, Lincolnshire, Dumfriesshire and Bedfordshire.
Atherton is a toponymic surname. One origin is the town of Atherton, historically in Lancashire, England.
Barber is an English and Norman French surname. Related names include: Barbieri (Italian), Barbero, Barbeiro (Portuguese), Barbier (French). Barbiero (Italian), Barberis (Italian) and Barberopoulou (Greek) are also related. Notable people with the surname include: