Kidd (surname)


Kidd (surname)

Kidd is a surname, and may apply to

*Benjamin Kidd An English sociologist and writer
*Billy Kidd, American skier
*Brian Kidd
*Chip Kidd
*Doug Kidd, New Zealand politician
*Eddie Kidd, British stuntman
*Eric Leslie Kidd, cricketer
*Frederick Kidd
*George Kidd
*Isaac C. Kidd (1884-1941), an admiral in the U.S. Navy who was killed in the Pearl Harbor attack
*Isaac C. Kidd, Jr. (1919-1999), son of Isaac C. Kidd, and also an admiral in the U.S. Navy
*Jason Kidd, American basketball player
*Jodie Kidd
*John Kidd, British physician and scientist
*Johnny Kidd, British singer
*Johnny Kidd (businessman)
*Joseph Kidd (1824-1918), Irish-born London doctor
*Juanita Kidd Stout, American judge
*Kathryn H. Kidd, writer
*Mae Street Kidd
*Michael Kidd
*Richard A. Kidd (1943-), ninth Sergeant Major of the Army
*Ronald Kidd (1889-1942) English civil rights campaigner
*Ryan Kidd
*Sue Monk Kidd, American writer
*Thomas Kidd, classical scholar
*Thomas Kidd, Canadian politician
*Tom Kidd, Scottish golfer
*Thomas Kidd, American illustrator
*Trevor Kidd, ice hockey goaltender
*Veronica Kidd, a famed school teacher
*Virginia Kidd
*Wes Kidd, music producer
*William Kidd, the pirate Captain Kidd
*William Kidd, composer

Fictional characters

*Alex Kidd, fictional character from Sega

ee also

*Kidd
*Kydd

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