Timms is a surname. Notable people with the surname include:
Murphy is an Irish surname.
Faulkner is a name variant of the English surname Falconer. It is of medieval origin taken from Old French Faulconnier, "falcon trainer". It can also be used as a first name or as a middle name.
Archer is a surname in the English language.
Beckett is an English surname. Notable people with the surname include:
Cooper is an English surname originating in England; see Cooper (profession). Occasionally it is an Anglicized form of the German surname Kiefer. Cooper is the 8th most common surname in Liberia and 27th most common in England.
Brett derives from a Middle English surname meaning "Briton" or "Breton", referring to the Celtic people of Britain and Brittany, France. Brette can be a feminine name.
Arthur is a surname. Notable people with the surname include:
Armitage is a surname. It may originate from West Yorkshire, England, during the Anglo-Saxon period.
Hanson is an Anglicized English surname of Scandinavian and German origin, created from the two words Hans and son. Spoken in English by a German or Swedish immigrant to America, for example, the sound of Hans' son comes out sounding like Hansson, shortened to Hanson. In this same example, an immigrant from Norway would have a different accent, resulting in the sound of Hans' sen, or Hanssen, shortened to Hansen.
Cross is an English topographic surname for someone who lived on a road near a stone cross.
Shepherd is a surname, cognate of the English word "Shepherd". Several common spelling variations exist, including Shepperd, Shephard, Shepard, and Sheppard.
Goodwin is a surname.
Drake is an Old English surname of Latin origin.
Cowley is a surname in the English language.
Finch is an English surname. Finch was also the surname of the Earls of Winchilsea and Nottingham and Earls of Aylesford.
Sheridan is an Irish surname. It is derived from the Gaelic Ó Sirideáin 'descendant of Sirideán', a given name meaning 'to seek'. Originating in County Longford, the O'Sheridans were eranaghs of Granard, but in the County Cavan served the O'Reillys.
Aldridge is an English surname derived from a toponym. Notable people with the surname include:
Snell is a Cornish surname of Celtic-Brythonic origin which originated within the kingdom of Cornwall. The word snell means quick or brisk in Kernewek and literally translates to meaning quick in English.
Milner is an English and Scottish occupational surname for a miller, and is related to the surname Miller. Notable people with the surname include:
Woodhouse is an English surname.