Tizard (also Tizzard) is a surname. Notable people with the surname include:
The Tizard Bank,, in Chinese known as 郑和群礁 and Zhenghe Qunjiao, is a partially sunken atoll and one of the significant maritime features of the north-western part of the Spratly Islands. It is claimed by the China, Taiwan and Vietnam, and various parts of it are occupied by these nations.
Barbara Patricia Tizard, was a British psychologist and academic, specialising in developmental psychology. She was Director of the Thomas Coram Research Unit at the Institute of Education, University of London from 1980 to 1990, and Professor of Education from 1982 to 1990.
Robert James Tizard was a Labour politician from New Zealand. He served as Deputy Prime Minister, Minister of Finance, Minister of Health and Minister of Defence.
Dame Catherine Anne Tizard is a New Zealand politician who served as Mayor of Auckland City from 1983 to 1990, and the 16th Governor-General of New Zealand from 1990 to 1996. She was the first woman to hold either office.
Colin Tizzard is a British racehorse trainer specializing in National Hunt racing. He has held a full training licence since 1998. In 2010 Tizzard trained Cue Card to victory in the Cheltenham Festival Champion Bumper. In 2014 Tizzard trained Cue Card to victory in the Ryanair Chase at the Cheltenham Festival. In the 2015 King George VI Chase he trained Cue Card to victory. At the 2016 Cheltenham Festival Thistlecrack won the World Hurdle to give Tizzard his first success in that race. At the 2018 Cheltenham Festival, Tizzard trained the winner in the Cheltenham Gold Cup “Native River”, as well as the winner of the Albert Bartlett Novice's Hurdle "Kilbriken Storm".
James George Tizzard is a former English county cricketer. Tizzard was a right-handed batsman who bowled right-arm medium-fast.
Ken Tizzard is a Canadian rock bassist.
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Clinton is an English surname, indicating one's ancestors came from English places called Glympton or Glinton. Clinton has frequently been used as a given name since the late 19th century. Baron Clinton is a title of peerage in England, originally created in 1298.
Wilde is a surname. Notable people with the name include:
Clark is an English language surname, ultimately derived from the Latin clericus meaning "scribe", "secretary" or a scholar within a religious order, referring to someone who was educated. Clark evolved from "clerk". First records of the name are found in 12th-century England. The name has many variants.
Sir Henry Thomas Tizard was an English chemist, inventor and Rector of Imperial College, who developed the modern "octane rating" used to classify petrol, helped develop radar in World War II, and led the first serious studies of UFOs.
Judith Ngaire Tizard is a former New Zealand politician, and a member of the Labour Party.
Melville is a surname and a given name.
John or Jack Bowen may refer to:
McLaren is a surname. Notable people with the surname include:
Hubbard is an English surname. The name is a variant of the surnames Hobart, Hubbart, Hubbert, and Hubert. These surnames are derived from personal names, such as the Old German Hugibert and Hubert, which are composed of the elements hug and berht. Early forms of the surname include filius Huberti, Hubert Huberd and Hubert, and Hoberd.
The surname Ford has several origins. In some cases it originated as a name for someone who lived in near a ford, and is therefore derived from the Old English and Middle English ford. In some cases, the surname is derived from places named Ford. Examples of such places include Ford in Northumberland, a place in Somerset, Ford in Shropshire, Ford in West Sussex, and Forde in Dorset.
Thomas Henry Tizard was an English oceanographer, hydrographic surveyor, and navigator.
The surname Palin is a name of British origin, either English or Welsh. Possible derivations include an anglicization of the Welsh patronymic ap Heilyn or a reference to the English placenames Poling, West Sussex or Sea Palling, Norfolk. Independently of this, Palin also is a Swedish language surname that occurs in Sweden and Finland.
Lynn is a surname of English, Scottish, Irish, or German origin. It has a number of separate derivations:
Harry Day (1898–1977) was a Royal Marine and RAF pilot during the Second World War, prisoner of war and noted escapee.
Maley is a surname. Notable people with the surname include:
Christian is a surname from the Latin "Christianus" meaning follower of Christ, from "christus" ("anointed"), created to translate the Hebrew messiah. As one of the native Manx surnames the name originates as an anglicisation of "Mac Christen"; Notable people with the surname include:
Gilroy is a surname of Scottish origin which means "a king's servant."
Curtis or Curtiss is a common English given name and surname of Anglo-Norman origin derived from the Old French curteis, which means "polite, courteous, or well-bred". It is a compound of curt- ″court″ and -eis ″-ish″. The spelling u to render [u] in Old French was mainly Anglo-Norman and Norman, when the spelling o [u] was the usual Parisian French one, Modern French ou [u]. -eis is the Old French suffix for -ois, Western French keeps -eis, simplified -is in English. The word court shares the same etymology but retains a Modern French spelling, after the orthography had changed.