Pattison (surname)


Pattison (surname)

Pattison is a surname, and may refer to

* Andrew Seth Pringle-Pattison, Scottish philosopher
* Craig Pattison
* Davey Pattison, Scottish singer based in the USA
* Dorothy Pattison, British nurse Sister Dora
* Edward W. Pattison
* George Pattison
* Ian Pattison, Scottish writer
* James Pattison, Irish politician
* John George Pattison, Canadian soldier
* John M. Pattison, American politician
* Jim Pattison, Canadian businessman
* Marc Pattison
* Mark Pattison, British academic and author
* Matty Pattison, South African footballer
* Robert E. Pattison, American politician
* Séamus Pattison, Irish politician, son of James Pattison
* John Pattison, Canadian producer, writer, comedian, and puppeteer
* William Pattison, British poet

ee also

*Patterson (surname)
*Paterson (disambiguation)
*Pattinson

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