Timothy Sullivan ("Big Tim" Sullivan) (1862–1913) was a New York politician who controlled Manhattan's Bowery and Lower East Side districts.
Tim or Timothy Sullivan may also refer to:
John McCarthy may refer to:
Robert or Bob Thompson may refer to:
Michael or Mike Davis may refer to:
Travers is an English and Irish surname. Notable people with the surname include:
Flynn is an Irish surname or first name, an anglicised form of the Irish Ó Floinn, meaning "descendant of Flann". The name is more commonly used as a surname rather than a first name.
Michael Gordon may refer to:
May is a surname of Germanic (Saxon) and, independently, of Gaelic origin. There are many variants used in English-speaking countries, as well as several variants used in Germany. The Scottish May is a sept of Clan Donald. The surname "May" remains a common surname in the United States, England, Scotland, Ireland, Canada, Germany, Australia and New Zealand, as well as among Russians of German origin; possibly also persisting in areas of the Netherlands and France.
Buckley is a surname originating from either Ireland or England where it is particularly common, as well as Canada and the United States.
Paul is a common Latin masculine given name in countries and ethnicities with a Christian heritage and, beyond Europe, in Christian religious communities throughout the world. Paul – or its variations – can be a given name or surname.
Sullivan is a surname of Irish origin. An approximate 78 percent of Sullivans are located in the United States as it is the 108th most common surname according to the 2010 US census.
John Brennan may refer to:
Duffy is a surname of Irish origin that comes from the original Irish name Ó Dubhthaigh, meaning descendant of Dubthach. Dubthach was an Old Irish first name meaning "black".
Foss is a common surname of Scandinavian origin. Foss may refer to:
Ferguson is an Anglicization of the Scots Gaelic “Macfhearghus", a patronymic form of the personal name Fergus which translates as son of the angry (one).
Burke is a Norman-Irish surname, deriving from the ancient Anglo-Norman and Hiberno-Norman noble dynasty, the House of Burgh. In Ireland, the descendants of William de Burgh had the surname de Burgh, which was gaelicised in Irish as de Búrca and over the centuries became Búrc, then Burke, and Bourke.
Holden is a surname. Notable people with the surname include:
Greene is a surname. Notable people with the surname include:
Ferris, also spelled Ferriss, is both a given name and a family name. It is related to the name Fergus in Ireland, and the name Ferrers in England. In Ireland, the Ferris family of County Kerry derives its surname from the patronymic Ó Fearghusa. It is also the English spelling of the similar Arabic derived name Faris (name).