Timmins // is a surname which originated in a number of different countries. It is found mainly in Great Britain, Ireland, America, Canada, Australia and New Zealand. In England, the largest concentration of the name exists in the West Midlands; variants of the name include Timmings and Timmons. An early example of the name can be found in the Subsidy Rolls of Sussex (1332) - Richard Tymyng. In Ireland, it is mainly an anglecisation of the Gaelic surnames Toimín from Leinster and Ó Tiomáin from Ulster.
Haines is a surname.
The surname Galbraith is derived from the Gaelic elements gall, meaning "stranger", and Breathnach, meaning "Briton". As such, the surname can be taken to mean "British foreigner", "British Scandinavian", "foreign Briton", or "stranger-Briton". The surname Galbraith can be rendered in Scottish Gaelic as Mac a' Bhreatannaich.
Aitchison is a Scottish surname of Scots origin. It derives from the pet name Atkin, which is a diminutive of Adam.
Dafoe is a surname. It is probably a variant of Defoe, which is of uncertain origin, it may be a variation of Foe or Fow or an Anglicized form of a French name, possibly Thevoz, de Vaux or Devaux, Dufau or Dufou. Notable people with the surname include:
Hayne is a surname of English origin.
Hynes is a surname, many examples of which originate as the anglicisation the Irish name Ó hEidhin.
Hore is an English surname, a variant of Hoare, and is derived from the Middle English hor(e) meaning grey- or white-haired. Notable people with the surname include:
The surname Scales has more than one possible origin.
Toy is a Chinese, English, and Turkish surname.
Drennan is a surname of Irish origin and is derived from the Gaelic Ó Droighneáin, Ó Draighnáin, or Ua Draighnen, meaning "descendant of Draighnen", or "descendant of blackthorn". Variant spellings include Drennen, Drenning, Drennon, Drinan, Drinnan, Drinnon, and Drynan. Thornton is another Anglicized surname from the same original Gaelic form.
Jean is a French, English, and Chinese surname.
The surname Nevin has several origins.
Quested is an English surname. It originated as a toponymic surname referring to Wherstead in the county of Suffolk. Variant spellings include Quersted and Querstede. Early records of bearers of this surname include a John Querstede of Norfolk in the Close Rolls for 1376.
Defoe is a surname. Its origin is uncertain, it may be a variation of Foe or Fow or an Anglicized form of a French name, possibly Thevoz, Thevoux, de Vaux or Devaux, Dufau or Dufou. Notable people with the surname include:
Hines is both a surname and a given name.
Shum is a surname in various cultures.
Allwright is an English language surname. Notable people with the surname include:
Assan, also confused or used as Hassan, is an Arabian, Anglo-Saxon and Ghanaian surname. It is very common among Ghanaians and some parts of Europe. The surname may be found also among Lebanese refugees of South America who changed their surnames because of the war, as well as in Romanians.
Fildes is an English toponymic surname from the regional name Fylde, the western part of the area Amounderness Hundred in Lancashire, England. The final -s appears to be a post-medieval excrescence. Notable people with the surname include:
Rainford is an English-language toponymic surname from the village Rainford, Lancashire. Notable people with the surname include: