Oates (surname)


Oates (surname)

Oates is a surname and may refer to:

  • Adam Oates, professional ice hockey player
  • Cynthia de la Vega Oates, Mexican model.
  • Dan Oates, Chief of Police and Safety Services Administrator for the City of Ann Arbor, Michigan
  • Eugene William Oates (1845–1911), English naturalist
  • Frank Oates, British African explorer
  • Graham Oates (footballer born 1943), English footballer
  • Graham Oates (footballer born 1949), English footballer
  • John Oates, musician and producer of Hall & Oates
  • Johnny Oates, former catcher and manager in Major League Baseball
  • Joyce Carol Oates, American author, novelist, poet, and playwright
  • Lawrence Oates, British Antarctic explorer
  • Simon Oates, British actor
  • Stephen B. Oates, American author and biographer
  • T. Oates (rugby league), rugby league player
  • Tom Oates, American sportswriter
  • Warren Oates, American character actor
  • Titus Oates, 17th-century perjurer who fabricated a fraudulent Catholic plot to kill King Charles II of England
  • William Wilfred Oates of Burns & Oates, a British publishing house
  • Wallace Eugene Oates, author of numerous works on fiscal federalism

See also

  • Oates (disambiguation)

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