Pratt


Pratt

Pratt is a surname, may refer to:

* Al Pratt (baseball), American baseball player
* Atom (Al Pratt), fictional comics character The Atom
* Andy Pratt (baseball), American baseball player
* Andy Pratt (singer-songwriter), American singer-songwriter, the great-grandson of oil magnate Charles Pratt
* Awadagin Pratt (born 1966), American concert pianist
* Babe Pratt, Canadian professional ice hockey player
* Bela Pratt, American sculptor
* Betty Rosenquest Pratt, American tennis player
* Bob Pratt, Australian rules footballer
* Charles Pratt, American oilman and founder of the Pratt Institute
* Charles Pratt, 1st Earl Camden (1713-1794), British lawyer
* Christopher Pratt, Canadian artist
* Daniel Pratt, American industrialist
* Daniel Pratt (eccentric), American eccentric
* David Pratt, several people
* Denis Charles Pratt, British civil servant and writer Quentin Crisp
* Dudley Pratt, American sculptor
* E. J. Pratt, Canadian poet
* Edmund T. Pratt, Jr., American CEO
* Enoch Pratt, American businessman
* Fletcher Pratt, historian and science fiction/fantasy author
* Francis A. Pratt, American engineer, of the Pratt & Whitney aircraft engine company
* Gary Pratt, English cricketer
* Geronimo Pratt, Black Panther
* Greg Pratt, fictional character from the TV series "ER"
* Guy Pratt, British bassist
* Hodgson Pratt, British pacifist
* Hugo Pratt, Italian cartoonist
* Jane Pratt, American magazine editor
* John Pratt, several people
* Joseph Marmaduke Pratt (1891–1946), American politician
* Keri Lynn Pratt, American actress
* Kyla Pratt, American actress
* Larry Pratt, American lobbyist
* Larry Pratt (baseball), American baseball player in the 1910's
* Marvin Pratt, American politician
* Mary Pratt, Canadian artist
* Mary Louise Pratt, American comparative literature professor and literary theorist
* Michael Pratt, several people
* Nicole Pratt, Australian tennis player
* Nolan Pratt, Canadian professional ice hockey player
* Orson Pratt, Latter-day Saint leader, brother to Parley P. Pratt
* Parley P. Pratt, Latter-day Saint leader and Mormon martyr, brother to Orson Pratt
* Peter Pratt, British actor
* Phil Pratt, Jamaican musician
* Renée Gill Pratt, New Orleans Councilmember
* Rey Pratt, Latter-day Saint leader in Mexico
* Richard Pratt (Australian businessman), Australian businessman
* Richard Henry Pratt, American soldier and educator
* Richard L. Pratt, Jr., American Calvinist theologian and author
* Robert and Henry Pratt, Canadian settlers
* Roger Pratt, English architect of the seventeenth century
* Sharon Pratt Kelly, American politician
* Susan Pratt, American actress
* Susan May Pratt, American actress
* Theodore Pratt, American novelist
* Thomas Pratt, American lawyer and politician
* Thomas Willis Pratt, engineer, and father Caleb, architect, American inventors of the Pratt truss bridge design
* Tim Pratt, American science fiction and fantasy writer and poet
* Todd Pratt, Major League Baseball catcher
* Vaughan Pratt, computer scientist (co-creator of the Knuth-Morris-Pratt algorithm)
* Victoria Pratt, Canadian actress
* Wallace Pratt, American geologist
* William Henry Pratt, given name of actor Boris Karloff
* William V. Pratt, American admiral
* Zadock Pratt, US congressman and founder of Prattsville, New York

External links

* [http://jared.pratt-family.org Pratt Family Association]


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  • Pratt's — is a gentlemen s club in London. It was established in 1857, with premises in a town house in Park Place. It takes its name from William Nathaniel Pratt, who lived there from 1841. Pratt was steward to the Duke of Beaufort, who called at the… …   Wikipedia

  • Pratt — Pratt,   1) [præt], E. J. (Edwin John), kanadischer Schriftsteller, * Western Bay (Provinz Newfoundland) 4. 2. 1883, ✝ Toronto 26. 4. 1964; Studium der Theologie, 1920 53 Dozent und Professor am English Department der University of Toronto.… …   Universal-Lexikon

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  • Pratt, WV — U.S. town in West Virginia Population (2000): 551 Housing Units (2000): 251 Land area (2000): 0.288211 sq. miles (0.746464 sq. km) Water area (2000): 0.000000 sq. miles (0.000000 sq. km) Total area (2000): 0.288211 sq. miles (0.746464 sq. km)… …   StarDict's U.S. Gazetteer Places

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