Graham (surname)

Graham (surname)

Graham is a surname, deriving from the Scottish Clan Graham.

People

:"This list only contains people with the surname 'Graham'. For a list of people with the given names 'Graham' or 'Graeme' see Graham."
* Alasdair Graham (born 1929), Canadian politician, journalist, and businessman
* Alexander H. Graham (born 1890), North Carolina politician
* Alistair Graham (born 1942), British politician, Chairman of the Committee on Standards in Public Life
* Andrew Graham-Dixon (born 1956), British art historian and broadcaster for the BBC
* Arthur Skinny Graham (1909-1967), Boston Red Sox outfielder
* Ashley Graham, fictional character from "Resident Evil 4"
* Aubrey Graham (born 1986), Canadian actor
* Barbara Graham (1923–1955), American murderer executed at San Quentin
* Ben Graham (footballer) (born 1973), Australian rules football player, subsequently an American NFL punter
* Benjamin Graham (1894–1976), American economist and investor
* Bill Graham (politician) (born 1939), former Minister of National Defense of Canada
* Bill Graham (NC politician) (born 1960)
* James Graham (born 197?), Burlington, WA
* Bill Graham (promoter) (1931–1991), American music promoter
* Billy Graham (William Franklin Graham) (born 1918), American evangelist
* Billy Graham (wrestler) (born 1943), former professional wrestler nicknamed "Superstar" Billy Graham
* Billy Graham (comics), American comic book artist
* Bob Graham (born 1936), United States Senator from Florida
* Bobby Graham (born 1940), British drummer
* Bobby Graham (footballer), former Scottish footballer
* Bruce Graham, American architect
* Charles Kinnaird Graham, (1824-89), American soldier
* Cork Graham, (born 1964), war correspondents, actor and author
* Currie Graham (born 1967), Canadian actor
* Dale Graham, Canadian politician from New Brunswick
* Dan Graham (born 1942), American artist
* Daniel O. Graham (1926-1995), U.S. Army officer, father of the Strategic Defense Initiative
* Danny Graham (politician), Canadian politician from Nova Scotia
* Danny Graham (footballer) (born 1985), English footballer
* Dave Graham (born 1981), American rock climber
* Davey Graham (born 1940), British guitarist
* David Graham:
**David Graham (author), pen name of British writer Robert Hale
**David Graham (footballer born 1978) (born 1978), Scottish footballer
**David Graham (golfer) (born 1946), Australian golfer
**David Graham (actor), British character actor and voice artist
**David Graham (whistleblower), U.S. FDA official involved in the Vioxx controversy
**David Graham (Canadian academic)
**David Graham (American poet), American writer and poet
* Derek Graham-Couch, Scottish professional wrestler
* Donald Graham, (born 1945), chief executive of "The Washington Post", son of Philip and Katherine Graham
* Ed Graham, English drummer in the band The Darkness
* Eddie Graham (1930–1985), American professional wrestler
* Eve Graham (born 1943), Scottish singer
* Frank Porter Graham (1886–1972), U.S. Senator from North Carolina, President of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
* Franklin Graham (born 1952), American evangalist and missionary, son of Billy Graham
* Gary Graham (born 1950), American actor
* George Graham:
**George Graham (governor), 18th-century governor of Newfoundland
**George Graham (Ontario politician) (born 1966)
**George Perry Graham (1859–1943), Canadian MP from Ontario
**George Graham (politician), Northern Ireland politician
**George Graham (soldier) (1772–1830), interim U.S. Secretary of War
**George Graham (clockmaker) (c. 1674–1751), English clockmaker and inventor
**George Graham (footballer) (born 1944), Scottish footballer and manager
**George Graham (mountaineer)
**George Graham (rugby player), with the Scotland national rugby union team and Newcastle Falcons
**George Farquhar Graham (1789-1867), Scottish musicoligist and author.
**George Scott Graham (1850-1931), US Congressman from Pennsylvania
* Gerald Graham (1831–1899), English recipient of the Victoria Cross for gallantry in the Crimean War
* Gerald S. Graham (1903-1988), imperial and naval historian
* Gerrit Graham (born 1949), American actor and writer
* Harry Graham:
**Harry Graham (born 1921), Manitoba politician
**Harry Graham (poet) (1874–1936), English writer of children's verse
**Harry Graham (cricketer) (1870–1911), Australian cricketer
* Heather Graham (born 1970), American actress
* Herol Graham (born 1958), British boxer
* Ian Maxtone-Graham (born 1959), American television producer and writer
* Iris Graham (born 1985), Canadian actress
* James Graham:
**James A. Graham (1940–1967), USMC, Medal of Honor recipient
**Sir James Graham, 2nd Baronet (1792–1861), British statesman
**James Graham (NC politician) (1793–1851), U.S. Representative from North Carolina
**James Graham, 1st Marquess of Montrose (1612–1650), Scottish nobleman and soldier
**Sir James Graham, 2nd Baronet (1792–1861), British statesman and First Lord of the Admiralty
**James Graham, 3rd Duke of Montrose (1755-1836), British statesman
**James Gillespie Graham (1776–1855), Scottish architect
**James H. Graham (1812-1881), US Congressman from New York
**James M. Graham (1852-1945), US Congressman from Illinois
***James Graham (soldier) (d 1845), NCO in the Coldstream Guards, commended for bravery at Waterloo
**Jim Graham, American politician from Washington D.C.
* John Graham:
**Jack Gilbert Graham (1932–1957), airliner bomber
**John Galbraith Graham (born 1921), British crossword compiler under the name Araucaria and Anglican priest
**John Graham, 1st Viscount of Dundee (c.1648-1689), Scottish nobleman and soldier
**John Graham (activist) (1915-1997), Irish activist
**John Graham (actor) (fl. mid-20th century), American on television
**John Graham (athlete), Canadian track and field athlete
**John Graham (cabinet) (fl. 1810s), American acting Secretary of State
**John Graham (marathon), Scottish marathon runner
**John Graham (producer) (fl. 2000s), British music producer
**John Graham (soldier) (fl. 1290s), Scottish soldier
**Colonel John Graham (Albany) (1778–1821), founder of Grahamstown, South Africa
**John D. Graham (1886–1961), American painter
**John Michael Graham, actor
**John Reginald Noble Graham (1892–1980), Scottish recipient of the Victoria Cross for gallantry in World War I
* Jorie Graham (born 1950), Pullitzer prize-winning American poet
* Julie Graham (born 1965), Scottish actress
* Katharine Graham, (1917–2001), (also known as Kay Graham), publisher of "The Washington Post", successor to her husband, Philip
* Kyle Skinny Graham (1899-1973), Major League Baseball pitcher
* Larry Graham (born 1946), funk musician, member of Sly & the Family Stone
* Lauren Graham (born 1967), American actress
* Lindsey Graham (born 1955), U.S. Senator from South Carolina
* Lou Graham (born 1938), American golfer
* Louis E. Graham (1880-1965), US Congressman from Pennsylvania
* Mark Graham (several)
* Martha Graham (1894–1991), American dancer and choreographer
* Max Graham
* Michael Graham, American author, columnist, and conservative talk radio host
* Mike Graham (born 1951), American professional wrestler
* Mikey Graham (born 1972), Irish pop singer
* Moonlight Graham (1876–1965), American professional baseball player
* Otto Graham (1921–2003), American professional football and basketball player
* Patrick Graham, (d. 1478), Scottish cleric, bishop of Brechin, bishop of St Andrews, and first ever archbishop of St Andrews
* Patrick Graham (soldier) (1837–1875), Irish recipient of the Victoria Cross
* Paul Graham (born 1964), Lisp programmer, essayist, entepreneur, and venture capitalist
* Paul Graham (photographer) (born 1956), British photographer
* Peter Benjamin Graham, Australian artist
* Phil Graham (1915–1963), publisher of "The Washington Post", husband of Katherine and brother of Bob
* Ralph Graham, (1910–2005) American football player and coach
* Richard Graham (historian), American historian
* Robert Graham:
***Robert Graham (judge) (1744–1836), English judge and privy counsellor
**Robert Cunninghame-Grahame of Gartmore (1735–1797), Scottish politician and poet
**Robert Graham (New Zealand), New Zealand politician
**Robert Graham (sculptor) (born 1938), United States sculptor
**Robert Graham (historian), anarchist historian
**Robert A. Graham (1912–1997), American Jesuit priest and historian of the Vatican during the Second World War
**Bob Graham (born 1936), United States Senator from Florida, Governor of Florida
**Robert Klark Graham (1907–1997), American eugenicist, businessman, and founder of the Repository for Germinal Choice
* Ronald L. Graham (born 1935), American mathematician
* Sidney W. Graham (born 1935), American mathematician
* Shawn Graham (born 1968), New Brunswick politician
* Stan Graham (born 1926), Canadian politician
* Stanley Graham ("c" 1900–1941), New Zealand mass murderer
* Stephen Graham:
**Stephen Graham (author) (1884–1975), British travel writer and novelist
**Stephen Graham (actor) (born 1973), British actor
**Stevie Graham (born 1982), American NBA basketball player
* Susan Graham (born 1960), American mezzo-soprano singer
* Susan L. Graham, American computer scientist
* Sylvester Graham (1794–1851), nutritionist, inventor of graham flour and graham crackers
* Ted Graham (born 1906), Canadian NHL hockey player
* Thomas Graham
** Thomas Graham, Lord Lynedoch (1748–1843), British Whig politician and General in the Peninsular War
** Thomas Graham (chemist) (1805–1869), British chemist, proposed Graham's Law
** Thomas Graham (politician), member of parliament for Renfrew West and Inverclyde
** Thomas Graham (volleyball) (born 1956), Canadian volleyball player
** W. S. Graham (1918–1986), Scottish poet
* Wilhelmina Barns-Graham (1912–2004), British abstract artist
* Will Graham, fictional character
* William Graham:
**William Alexander Graham (1804–1875), American Governor and Senator from North Carolina
**William Graham (Scottish politician) (1887–1932), British statesman, President of the Board of Trade
**William Graham (Welsh politician), Welsh Assembly member from South Wales East
**William Graham (NASA Official), former Deputy Administrator and Acting Administrator of NASA
**William Graham (Exhalted), bassist of the band Exhalted
**William Adolphus Graham, IV, CEO of the Graham Company and member of the Board of Trustees for Bucknell University
**William H. Graham, US Congressman from Pennsylvania
**William J. Graham, US Congressman from Illinois
* Winston Graham (1908–2003), English novelist
* Winthrop Graham (born 1965), Jamacain athlete, two-time Olympic silver medalist

ee also

* Graham
* Grahame
* Graeme
* Graham Oram

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