Atkinson (surname)


Atkinson (surname)

Atkinson is a surname, and may refer to:

* Al Atkinson, American football player
* Alan Atkinson, Australian Rules footballer
* Alfred Atkinson, British soldier
* Anthony Barnes Atkinson, British economist
* Arthur Atkinson, Fictional character from "The Fast Show"
* Arthur K. Atkinson, American railroad president
* Bert Atkinson, Fictional character from "EastEnders"
* Bill Atkinson, Creator of Apple Computer's "QuickDraw", "MacPaint" and "HyperCard"
* Bill Atkinson, Major League Baseball pitcher
* Brodie Atkinson, Australian rules footballer
* Brooks Atkinson, "New York Times" theatre critic
* Bruce Atkinson, Australian politician
* Bruce Atkinson, British poker player
* Caroline Atkinson, Australian writer Caroline Calvert
* Chloe Atkinson, Fictional character from the British soap opera "Emmerdale"
* Chris Atkinson, Australian rally driver
* Colin Atkinson, British cricketer and teacher
* Dalian Atkinson, British footballer
* Damon Atkinson, Drummer
* Daniel Atkinson, American Biochemist, professor
* Denis Atkinson, Barbadian cricketer
* Eleanor Stackhouse Atkinson, American writer
* Eric Atkinson, Barbadian cricketer, brother of Denis
* Eugene Atkinson, American politician
* Gemma Atkinson, British actress
* George Atkinson, one of several people including
**George Atkinson (1935-2005), businessman and video rental pioneer from California, United States
**George Atkinson (football player) (b. 1947), American football player in the AFL and NFL
**George W. Atkinson (1845-1925), Republican Governor of West Virginia, United States
**George H. Atkinson (1819-1889), missionary and educator in Oregon, United States
* Graham Atkinson, British footballer, brother of Ronald Frederick "Big Ron" Atkinson
* Harry Atkinson, New Zealand Premier
* Harry E. Atkinson, American politician
* Henry Atkinson (scientist), British mathematician and astronomer
* Henry Atkinson, US Army officer of the War of 1812
* Isabel Atkinson (1891-1968), British-Canadian philantrophist and women's rights activist.
* James Atkinson, one of several people including
** James Atkinson (software developer), developer of phpBB
** James Atkinson, inventor of the Atkinson internal combustion engine
* Janelle Atkinson (b. 1982), Jamaican freestyle swimmer
* Jerry Atkinson, American politician
*John Atkinson (disambiguation)
* Joseph E. Atkinson, Canadian newspaper editor
* Juliette Atkinson, American tennis player
* June Atkinson, American politician
* Kate Atkinson, British writer
* Ken Atkinson, Canadian politician
* Lawrence Atkinson, British artist
* Mark Atkinson, one of several people including
** Mark Atkinson, Australian cricketer
** Mark Atkinson, New Zealand association football player
* Michael Atkinson, Australian politician
* Paul Atkinson, inventor of theft-proof DVDs
* Peter Atkinson, British politician
* Richard Atkinson, one of several people including
**Richard C. Atkinson (b. 1929), former president of the University of California
**Richard J. C. Atkinson (1920-1994), British prehistorian and archaeologist
* Rick Atkinson, American writer and editor
* Robert Chatham Atkinson, U.S. Administrator
* Robert d'Escourt Atkinson, Physicist
* Robert Atkinson (architect), Architect
* Robert Atkinson (footballer), Footballer
* Rowan Atkinson, British comedian
* Ronald Frederick "Big Ron" Atkinson, British football manager
* Ruth Atkinson, American comics artist
* Sallyanne Atkinson, Australian politician
* Shane Atkinson, New Zealand spammer
* Ted Atkinson, Canadian jockey
* Terry Atkinson, British artist
* Ti-Grace Atkinson, American feminist writer
* Vanessa Atkinson, Squash player
* William Stephen Atkinson, Indian lepidopterist
* William Walker Atkinson (Yogi Ramacharaka), American Writer


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