- Coutts (surname)
Coutts and Couts are English-language surnames derived from the Gaelic-language. The names are derived from the Gaelic cuilt, meaning "nook". It also was a habitational name from Cults, Aberdeen, Scotland.
People with the surname
- Angela Burdett-Coutts, 1st Baroness Burdett-Coutts (1814–1906) - A wealthy nineteenth century philanthropist.
- Dudley Marjoribanks, 1st Baron Tweedmouth (1820-1894) - A wealthy nineteenth century brewer and Member of Parliament.
- Duncan Coutts (1969-) - A member of the Canadian musical band Our Lady Peace.
- Francis Money-Coutts, 5th Baron Latymer (1852–1923) - A British banker.
- Frederick Coutts (1899–1986) - The 8th General of The Salvation Army (1963-1969).
- John Willie (John Alexander Scott Coutts) (1902-1962) - A pioneering fetish photographer and bondage artist.
- Morton W. Coutts (1904-2004) - New Zealand born inventor.
- Russell Coutts - (1962-) A New Zealand competitive sailor. Winner of the Americas Cup. Won Gold in Sailing at the 1984 Summer Olympics.
- Thomas Coutts (1735-1822) - Banker and founder of Coutts & Co.
- Walter Coutts (1912–1988) - A British colonial administrator and was Uganda's last Governor before independence 1961–2.
- Wilfred Coutts (1908-1997), Australian politician
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Thomas Coutts — (September 7, 1735 February 24, 1822), Anglo Scottish banker was the founder of the banking house of Coutts Co.He was the fourth son of John Coutts (1699 1751), who carried on business in Edinburgh as a corn factor and negotiator of bills of… … Wikipedia
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