Arthur (surname)

Arthur (surname)

Arthur is a surname, and may refer to:

* Alex Arthur
* André Arthur
* Basil Arthur
* Beatrice Arthur (born 1923), American actress
* Chester A. Arthur (1829–1886), twenty-first President of the United States
* Christine Arthur
* Ellen Lewis Herndon Arthur
* Eric Arthur
* Fred Arthur
* Frederick Arthur
* George Arthur
* Graham Arthur
* Harold J. Arthur
* Indus Arthur
* Jean Arthur (1900–1991), American actress
* John Arthur, Scottish medical missionary
* Johnny Arthur
* Joseph Arthur
* Julia Arthur
* Kenny Arthur, Scottish footballer
* Maureen Arthur
* Michael Arthur
* Michael Arthur (British diplomat)
* Oswald Raynor Arthur
* Owen Arthur
* Rebeca Arthur
* Richard Arthur
* Robert Arthur (film producer)
* Robert Arthur (radio announcer)
* Robert Arthur (writer)
* Stacy Arthur
* Stan Arthur
* Thomas Arthur
* Thomas Arthur, comte de Lally
* Timothy Shay Arthur
* Tom Arthur, Welsh international rugby player
* W. Brian Arthur (economist)

ee also

* Arthursurname|nocat|Arthur

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