Aird (surname)

Aird is a surname, and may refer to:

* Alastair Aird
* Catherine Aird
* Holly Aird, British actress
* John Aird:
**Sir John Aird (1833-1911), English engineering contractor associated with Aswan Dam, MP for North Paddington
**Sir John Aird (1855-1938), Canadian banker
**John Black Aird (1923-1995), Canadian lawyer, statesman
**Sir John Aird, 4th Baronet
* Michael Aird, Australian politician
* Robert B. Aird, American neurologist
* Ronnie Aird, English cricketer and cricket administrator
* Thomas Aird, Scottish poet

ee also

* Aird
* Airds


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