Crane (surname)


Crane (surname)

Crane is a surname of English origin, and may refer to

People

  • Andy Crane (b. 1964), English radio and television presenter
  • Arnold Crane, art collector
  • Arthur G. Crane (1877–1955), American teacher and politician
  • Ben Crane (b. 1976), American professional golfer
  • Bob Crane (1928–1976), American DJ and actor, played Hogan in the sitcom Hogan's Heroes
  • Brian Crane, American cartoonist, creator of the Pickles comic strip
  • Caprice Crane (b. 1974), American screenwriter, author, and producer
  • Charles Crane, former mayor of Honolulu (1938–41)
  • Charles Howard Crane (1885–1952), American architect
  • Charles Richard Crane (1858–1939), American philanthropist
  • Cheryl Crane (b. 1943), daughter of actress Lana Turner
  • Dan Crane (b. 1936), former member of the US House of Representatives
  • David Crane (disambiguation), several people
  • Darla Crane, porn actress
  • Ed Crane (disambiguation), several people including:
  • Frederick E. Crane (1869–1947), Chief Judge of the NY Court of Appeals
  • George W. Crane (1901-1995), psychologist, physician, and syndicated newspaper columnist
  • Hart Crane (1899–1932), American poet
  • Hewitt Crane (1927–2008), pioneer computer scientist
  • John Crane (disambiguation), several people
  • Jordan Crane (b. 1973), American comics creator
  • Jordan Crane (rugby union) (b. 1986), English rugby union player
  • Joseph Halsey Crane (1782–1851), American soldier and attorney
  • Laurence Crane (b. 1961), English composer
  • Les Crane (1933–2008), American announcer and talk show host
  • Louis Crane, quantum gravity theorist
  • Mary Crane, Canadian politician
  • Matt Crane (b. 1967), American actor, noted for his part in the soap opera Another World
  • Nicholas Crane (b. 1954), British cartographer, explorer and broadcaster
  • Nicky Crane (1959–1993), British neo-Nazi activist
  • Peter Crane (b. 1954), former Director of the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew, London
  • Phil Crane (b. 1930), American politician, long serving Republican member of the US House of Representatives
  • Richard T. Crane (1832–1912), Chicago industrialist
  • Robert Crane (disambiguation), several people
  • Ronald Crane (1886–1967), American literary critic and hitorian
  • Roy Crane (1901–1977), American cartoonist
  • Sarah Crane (b. 1972), Australian opera soprano
  • Simon Crane (b.1960), British stuntman
  • Stephen Crane (1871–1900), American author
  • Stephen Crane (delegate) (1709–1780), American politician
  • Susanne Crane (b. 1966), American artist
  • Thomas Crane, 19th. century British Army officer
  • Thomas Frederick Crane (1844–1927), American folklorist, academic and lawyer
  • Vincent Crane (1943–1989), founder of rock group Atomic Rooster
  • Walter Crane (1845–1915), English artist, part of the Arts and Crafts movement
  • Whitfield Crane (b. 1968), American musician
  • William Crane (politician) (1785–1853), Canadian merchant and judge
  • William M. Crane (1776–1846), US naval officer
  • Winthrop M. Crane (1853–1920), governor of Massachusetts and US senator

Fictional characters

See also


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