Potter

A potter is someone who makes pottery.

Potter may also refer to:

People

*Potter, Alexandra (born 1970), British author
*Potter, Alfie (born 1989), English football player
*Potter, Allen (1818–1885), American politician
*Potter, Alonzo, Bishop of Pennsylvania
*Potter, A. J. (Archie) (1918–1980), Irish composer
*Potter, Arnold (1804–1872), American self-declared Messiah
*Potter, Barbara (born 1961), American tennis player
*Potter, Barnaby (1577–1642), Bishop of Carlisle
*Potter, Beatrix (1866–1943), British children's writer
*Potter, Bert (born 1925), New Zealand criminal
*Potter, Brandon, American voice actor
*Potter, Carol, American poet
*Potter, Carol (born 1948), American actress
*Potter, Cassandra (born 1981), American curler
*Potter, Charles E. (1916–1979), U.S. politician
*Potter, Cherry, British journalist
*Potter, Chesca, British artist
*Potter, Chris (born 1960), Canadian actor
*Potter, Chris (born 1971), American saxophonist
*Potter, Chris, British record producer
*Potter, Cipriani (1792–1871) British composer, pianist and educator
*Potter, Clarkson Nott (1825–1882), U.S. civil engineer, lawyer and politician
*Potter, Craig (born 1984), Scottish football player
*Potter, Cynthia (born 1950), American diver
*Potter, Dale (born 1949), Canadian football player
*Potter, Danny (born 1979), English football player
*Potter, Darren (born 1984), Irish football player
*Potter, David M. (1910–1971), American historian
*Potter, Dennis (1935–1994), British playwright
*Potter, Don (1902–2004), British sculptor and potter
*Potter, Doug, comics creator
*Potter, Edmund, British millowner in Glossop, Derbyshire
*Potter, Edward Clark (1857–1923), U.S. sculptor
*Potter, Edward Tuckerman (1831–1904), American architect
*Potter, Eliphalet Nott (1836–1901) U.S. clergyman
*Potter, Elisha (1764–1835), U.S. Congressman from Rhode Island
*Potter, Elisha (1811–1882), U.S. Congressman from Rhode Island
*Potter, Emery D. (1804–1896), American politician
*Potter, Fuller (1910–1990), U.S. Abstract expressionist artist
*Potter, George (1832–1893), British trade unionist
*Potter, Gilbert (1878–1921), Irish police officer
*Potter, Glenn, American basketball coach
*Potter, Graham (born 1975), English football player
*Potter, Harrison (1891–1984), American pianist
*Potter, Henry Codman (1835–1908), U.S. clergyman
*Potter, Horatio (1802–1887), American bishop
*Potter, Ian (born 1968), British writer
*Potter, Jack (born 1938), Australian cricketer
*Potter, James (1729–1789), American soldier and politician
*Potter, Jenny (born 1979), American ice hockey player
*Potter, John (c.1674–1747), Archbishop of Canterbury
*Potter, John (1815–1858), British Liberal politician
*Potter, John (1873–1940), British Conservative politician
*Potter, John (born 1979), Scottish football player
*Potter, John E., U.S. Postmaster General
*Potter, John F. (1817–1899), American politician
*Potter, Jon (born 1963), British field hockey player
*Potter, Jonathan, Professor of discourse analysis, Loughborough University
*Potter, Jonathan, Australian programmer
*Potter, Judith (born 1942), New Zealand judge
*Potter, Lela Brooks, Canadian speed skater
*Potter, Luke (born 1989), English football player
*Potter, Madeleine, American actress
*Potter, Mark, American television journalist
*Potter, Mark, Canadian sports broadcaster
*Potter, Sir Mark, British jurist
*Potter, Martin (born 1944), British actor
*Potter, Martin (born 1965), British surfer
*Potter, Maureen (1925–2004), Irish actress
*Potter, Michael, Australian rugby league footballer and coach
*Potter, Mike (born 1949), American racing driver
*Potter, Monica (born 1971), U.S. actress
*Potter, Neal (1915–2008), American politician
*Potter, Ned, American television science journalist
*Potter, Nels (1911–1999), American baseball player
*Potter, Orlando B. (1823–1894), American politician
*Potter, Patricia (born 1975), British actress
*Potter, Paulus (1625–1654), Dutch painter
*Potter, Philip (born 1921), Methodist minister
*Potter, Philip (born 1936), British opera singer
*Potter, Robert Brown (1829–1887), U.S. Civil War General
*Potter, Roger, American basketball coach
*Potter, Ron, Australian rugby league footballer
*Potter, Russell, American writer
*Potter, Sally (born 1949), British film director and screenwriter
*Potter, Samuel J. (1753–1804), American Senator
*Potter, Sarah (born 1961), English cricketer
*Potter, Stephen (1900–1969), British author of self-help books
*Potter, Ted (born 1944), Australian rules footballer
*Potter, Thomas, American Universalist
*Potter, Thomas Bayley (1817–1898), British politician
*Potter, Thomas Rossell (1799–1873), British naturalist
*Potter, Tom (born 1940), Mayor of Portland, Oregon
*Potter, Van Rensselaer (1911–2001), U.S. biochemist
*Potter, Vincent (died 1661), regicide of Charles I
*Potter, Waldo Charles, Brig. General, U.S. Army, Field Artillery, World War I & II
*Potter, William, U.S. scientist
*Potter, William Appleton (1842–1909), American architect
*Potter, William Everett (1905–1988), Governor of Panama Canal Zone
*Potter, William P., U.S. naval commander
*Potter, William Simpson (1805–1879), British author
*Potter, William Wilson (1792–1839), American politician
*Potter, William W. (1869–1940), American politician

Fictional characters

*Brian Potter (Phoenix Nights)
*Clarence Potter (Timeline-191)
*Harry Potter, from the "Harry Potter" series
*James and Lily Potter, Harry Potter's parents
*Harry Potter Jr., from the film "Troll"
*Joey Potter ("Dawson's Creek")
*Marygay Potter from "The Forever War"
*Pansy Potter ("The Beano")
*Professor Potter (DC Comics)
*Colonel Sherman T. Potter ("M*A*S*H")
*Henry F. Potter, from the film "It's a Wonderful Life.

Places

*Potter, Nebraska
*Potter, New York
*Potter, Wisconsin
*Potter County, South Dakota
*Potter County, Pennsylvania
*Potter County, Texas
*Potter Heigham, The Broads, Norfolk
*Potter Island, Nunavut, Canada
*Potter Lake, Wisconsin
*Potter Township, Pennsylvania
*Potters Bar, Hertfordshire

Other uses

*7320 Potter, asteroid
*Potter Box, a model for making ethical decisions
*Potter syndrome, a congenital birth defect
*Potter's field, a place for the burial of unknown people
*T. J. Potter, steamboat
*USS Stephen Potter (DD-538), a naval destroyer


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  • Potter — steht für: Potter (Familienname), Potter als Familienname Potter Syndrom bzw. Potter Sequenz, eine Schwangerschaftskomplikation Potter Manöver, eine Schachstrategie USS Stephen Potter (DD 538), ein US amerikanischer Zerstörer Muff Potter, eine… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Potter — (Alfarero en inglés) puede hacer referencia a: Contenido 1 Apellido 1.1 Apellido de personas reales 1.2 Apellido de personajes ficticios 2 …   Wikipedia Español

  • POTTER (P.) — POTTER PAULUS (1625 1654) Fils et élève d’un peintre d’histoire rembranesque déjà fort estimable qui s’établit à Amsterdam en 1631, Pieter Potter, Paulus reste dans l’histoire des arts comme un peintre étonnamment doué, très précoce, mais ayant… …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • Potter — Pot ter, n. [Cf. F. potier.] 1. One whose occupation is to make earthen vessels. Ps. ii. 9. [1913 Webster] The potter heard, and stopped his wheel. Longfellow. [1913 Webster] 2. One who hawks crockery or earthenware. [Prov. Eng.] De Quincey.… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • POTTER (B.) — POTTER BEATRIX (1866 1943) Illustratrice anglaise. Née dans une famille cossue de l’industrie textile, Beatrix Potter vit une enfance contrainte et étouffée où, seuls, les séjours estivaux dans la campagne anglaise lui procurent détente et… …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • Potter — Potter, WI U.S. village in Wisconsin Population (2000): 223 Housing Units (2000): 80 Land area (2000): 0.527706 sq. miles (1.366752 sq. km) Water area (2000): 0.000000 sq. miles (0.000000 sq. km) Total area (2000): 0.527706 sq. miles (1.366752 sq …   StarDict's U.S. Gazetteer Places

  • Potter — Potter, Bea|trix (1866 1943) a British writer who wrote stories for young children and also drew the pictures for her books. The characters in her stories are animals who dress and behave like humans, and they include Peter Rabbit, Tom Kitten,… …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • POTTER (L. de) — POTTER LOUIS DE (1786 1859) Homme politique belge, journaliste, Potter est rédacteur du Courrier des Pays Bas , le journal libéral le plus influent du pays. Bien qu’anticlérical et adversaire du Concordat de 1827, il est l’artisan principal de… …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • Potter, NE — U.S. village in Nebraska Population (2000): 390 Housing Units (2000): 170 Land area (2000): 0.488129 sq. miles (1.264248 sq. km) Water area (2000): 0.000000 sq. miles (0.000000 sq. km) Total area (2000): 0.488129 sq. miles (1.264248 sq. km) FIPS… …   StarDict's U.S. Gazetteer Places

  • Potter, WI — U.S. village in Wisconsin Population (2000): 223 Housing Units (2000): 80 Land area (2000): 0.527706 sq. miles (1.366752 sq. km) Water area (2000): 0.000000 sq. miles (0.000000 sq. km) Total area (2000): 0.527706 sq. miles (1.366752 sq. km) FIPS… …   StarDict's U.S. Gazetteer Places

  • Potter [1] — Potter, Grafschaft im Staate Pennsylvanien (Nordamerika) ungefähr 50 QM., eine Hochebene, die Wasserscheide zwischen den Stromgebieten des Ohio u. des Lorenzo bildend; die Genesee u. Alleghany Rivers, die Pine, Oswayo u. Kettle Creeks entspringen …   Pierer's Universal-Lexikon

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