Tolbert is a surname. Notable people with the surname include:
Ellison is a surname and given name. It may derive from "Son of Elias" in Norwegian. Ellison can also be spelled Ellisson, Elison, Elisson, Ellyson, Ellysson, Elyson, and Elysson.
Schaefer is an alternative spelling and cognate for the German word schäfer, meaning 'shepherd', which itself descends from the Old High German scāphare. Variants "Shaefer", "Schäfer", the additional alternative spelling "Schäffer", and the anglicised forms "Schaeffer", "Schaffer", "Shaffer", "Shafer", and "Schafer" are all common surnames.
Wilkens is a surname. Notable people with the surname include:
McDaniel is a surname. It may refer to the following people:
Smits is a Dutch surname that is considered a variant of the more common Smit surname. The name is an old plural of Smid (blacksmith), though the plural in modern Dutch would be Smeden.
McCoy is a common surname of unrelated Scottish and Irish origin. It was anglicized into the Scottish name from the Irish McGee and McHugh surnames in Irish Mac Aodha. It is an Anglicisation of its Irish form Mac Aodha, meaning son of Aodh. The first bearers of the surname Mac Aodha were the grandsons of Aodh, who was a son of Ruaidhrí mac Coscraigh, King of South Connacht, Ireland The surname McCoy in Ulster however particularly in Northern Ireland is most likely from the gallowglass, Scottish mercenaries who came to Ireland in the 14th century, and the Scottish MacKays that arrived later in the 17th and 18th centuries in the Ulster plantations and became McCoys.
McGill, MacGill, Macgill or Magill is a Scottish and Irish surname, an Anglicisation of the Gaelic Mac an Ghoill, meaning "son of the stranger". In the 2000 United States Census the surname was ranked the 1,218th most common.
Ioannidis or Ioannides is a Greek surname. The female version of the name is Ioannidou or Ioannides. Ioannidis or Ioannides is a patronymic surname which literally means "the son of Ioannis (Yiannis)", thus making it equivalent to English Johnson. Notable people with surname Ioannidis or Ioannides include:
Prins is a Dutch surname. In 2007, Prins was the 48th most common surname in the Netherlands. The surname does not derive from an ancestor who was a prince. Instead, the original may have lived in or worked at a location, like a windmill or inn, with that name, or was called "the prince" as a nickname. Historical records note Sephardic Italian Jewish surname of Principe or Prinzi later being changed to the more locally accepted Prins.
McNeal is a surname. Notable people with the surname include:
Timmons is a surname, and may refer to:
Spriggs is a surname. Notable people with the surname include:
McCloud is an English surname, most likely a variant of MacLeod. Notable people with the surname include:
McCants is a surname. Notable people with the surname include:
McDaniels is a surname. Notable people with the surname include:
Ferrara is an Italian surname. Notable people with the surname include:
Prince is a male given name.
Vickers is a surname. Notable people with the surname include:
Herrion is a surname. Notable people with the surname include:
Teeuwen is a Dutch patronymic surname. Teeuw, Teeuwes, Tewis, Theeuwis etc. are archaic short forms of the given name Matthew/Mattheus. The surname has many variant forms, including Tewes and Theeuwes. People with the surname include.