Sherwood (surname)

Sherwood is a surname, and may refer to

* Adrian Sherwood
* Alf Sherwood, Welsh footballer
* Allan Sherwood
* Bill Sherwood
* Billy Sherwood, musician and one-time member of the band Yes
* Brad Sherwood
* Brandi Sherwood, former Miss USA and Miss Teen USA and a model on "The Price is Right"
* Carlton Sherwood
* Charles Sherwood
* Davetta Sherwood
* David Sherwood

* Don Sherwood, a former Congressman from Pennsylvania
* Dougan Sherwood, director of the National Youth Leadership Forum
* F.H. Sherwood, DSC, RCNVR submarine commander
* George Sherwood
* George Sherwood (actor)
* Grace Sherwood, convicted of witchcraft in Colonial Virginia
* Henry Sherwood
* Henry Burr Sherwood, inventor, miller, farmer of Westport, CT
* Holly Sherwood, singer who performed mostly in the 1980s with Jim Steinman
* Isaac R. Sherwood
* Jessica Holden Sherwood, sociologist
* John Sherwood:
** John Sherwood (author)
** John C. Sherwood, a living U.S. writer/actor, born 1950
** John Darrell Sherwood, a living U.S. author, born 1966.
** John Sherwood (athlete)
** John Sherwood (comic creator)
** John Sherwood (bishop)
* John Sherwood-Kelly
* Justus Sherwood, United Empire Loyalist who, after the American Revolution, fled to Canada
* Levius Peters Sherwood
* Madeleine Sherwood
* Mary Martha Sherwood
* Michael Sherwood
* Phyllis Sherwood
* Robert E. Sherwood, American playwright, editor, and screenwriter
* Samuel Sherwood (Canadian politician)
* Sheila Sherwood
* Thomas Sherwood
* Tim Sherwood
* William of Sherwood, medieval logician
* Winfield S. Sherwood

ee also

* Sherwood
* Sherwood (band), American pop band from California
* Project Sherwood
* "Robin of Sherwood", film
* [http://www.sherwoodfam.plus.com Sherwood Family History] , a one-name study including variants such as Shearwood, Sharwood and Sherrardsurname|Sherwood


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