Dunlop (surname)

Dunlop (surname)

Dunlop as a surname may refer to:

  • Andy Dunlop (born 1972), Scottish guitarist
  • Bill Dunlop (born 1963), Canadian boxer
  • Brian Dunlop (born 1938), Australian artist
  • Charles Dunlop (1870–1911), Scottish cricketer who played for Somerset
  • Colin Dunlop (1897 – 1968), Dean of Lincoln, Bishop of Jarrow
  • Daniel Nicol Dunlop (1868–1935), British anthroposophist and electrical industry executive
  • Douglas Dunlop, Scottish teacher and missionary; consultant (1880s–1919) to the Egyptian minister of education
  • Douglas Morton Dunlop (1909–1987), Scottish-American professor of history and orientalist
  • Sir Edward "Weary" Dunlop (1907–1993), Australian surgeon and prisoner of war hero
  • Edward Arunah Dunlop, Canadian politician (1900s–1930s)
  • Fuchsia Dunlop, English writer and chef, grand-daughter of Colin Dunlop
  • Garfield Dunlop, Canadian politician (currently opposition chief whip)
  • Graham Dunlop (born 1976), Scottish field hockey player
  • James Dunlop (1793–1848), Scottish-Australian astronomer
  • James Dunlop, United States federal judge
  • Joey Dunlop (1952–2000), Northern Ireland motorcycle racer
  • John Dunlop may refer to:
    • John Boyd Dunlop (1840–1921), Scottish/Irish inventor, inventor of the pneumatic tyre and founder of the Dunlop rubber company
    • John Colin Dunlop (c. 1785–1842), Scottish historian
    • John L. Dunlop (born 1939), British horse-racing trainer
    • John Thomas Dunlop (1914–2003), American administrator, former US Secretary of Labor
    • John Dunlop (chess player) born 1886, New Zealand chess champion
    • John Dunlop (football coach), Boston College
    • John Dunlop (Northern Irish politician) (1910–1996), former MP for Mid Ulster
    • Rev. Dr. John Dunlop (Presbyterian) (born 1939), Irish Presbyterian minister
  • Juliet Dunlop, British television journalist
  • Lesley Dunlop (born 1956), British actress
  • Marion Wallace Dunlop, British suffragette
  • Michael Dunlop (born 1988), Northern Ireland motorcycle racer
  • Penelope Jane Dunlop (born 1960), South African entertainer also known as PJ Powers
  • Robert Dunlop (1960-2008), Northern Ireland motorcycle racer
  • Robert Graham Dunlop (1790–1841), Scottish-born ship's captain and political figure in Upper Canada
  • T. A. Dunlop, Northern Ireland Presbyterian minister
  • Sir Thomas Dunlop, 1st Baronet (1855–1938), Scottish businessman
  • William Dunlop (born 1985), Northern Ireland motorcycle racer

See also

  • Dunlap (disambiguation)

External links

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