Waterhouse may refer to:

* Agnes Waterhouse (c.1503-1566), first woman executed for witchcraft in England.
* Alfred Waterhouse (1830–1905), English architect.
* Benjamin Waterhouse (1754-1846), American physician.
* Bill Waterhouse, Australian barrister and bookmaker.
* Charles Waterhouse (disambiguation)
* Clive Waterhouse (born 1974), Australian rules footballer.
* Daniel Waterhouse, fictional character from Neal Stephenson's "The Baroque Cycle" novels.
* Doug Waterhouse (1916-2000), Australian entomologist, inventor of the active ingredient in Aerogard.
* Edwin Waterhouse (1841-1917), English accountant, co-founder of "Price Waterhouse".
* Ellis Waterhouse (1905-1985), English art historian.
* Esther Kenworthy Waterhouse (1857–1944), British artist.
* Frederick George Waterhouse (1815-1898), English naturalist, first curator of the South Australian Museum.
* Gai Waterhouse (born 1954), Scottish-born Australian horse trainer.
* George Waterhouse (disambiguation)
* Gilbert Waterhouse (1883-1916), English architect and war poet.
* Helen Thomas Waterhouse, Archaeologist of ancient Greece.
* Henry Waterhouse (1770–1812) British naval officer associated with European settlement of Australia.
* Jabez Waterhouse (1821-1891), Australian Methodist minister.
* James S. Waterhouse (1874-1908), American professor of chemistry.
* John Waterhouse (disambiguation)
* Joey Waterhouse (born 1988), English footballer.
* Joseph Waterhouse (disambiguation)
* Keith Waterhouse (born 1929), English writer.
* Matthew Waterhouse (born 1961), British actor.
* Paul Waterhouse (1861-1924), English architect.
* Percy Leslie Waterhouse, English architect.
* Peter Waterhouse (born 1956), Austrian writer and translator.
* Rachel Waterhouse (born 1923), English historian.
* Richard Green Waterhouse, a bishop of the Methodist Episcopal Church, South. (Southern USA)
* Robbie Waterhouse, infamous Australian bookmaker involved in the Fine Cotton scandal.
* Ronald Waterhouse (born 1926), Welsh High Court judge.
* Rupert Waterhouse (1873–1958), English physician, see Waterhouse-Friderichsen syndrome.
* Trent Waterhouse (born 1981), Australian professional rugby league player.
* Walter Lawry Waterhouse (1887–1969), Australian agricultural scientist.
* William Waterhouse (1931–2007), British bassoonist.

;Other names:
* Benjamin Waterhouse Hawkins (1807-1894), English sculptor and natural history artist
* John Waterhouse Daniel (1845-1933), Canadian physician and Conservative politician.

* TD Waterhouse, the brand used for both British and Canadian brokerages within the TD Bank Financial Group.
* PricewaterhouseCoopers, one of the world's largest professional services firms.
* Waterhouse Island (disambiguation)
* Waterhouse F.C., a Football Club based in the Waterhouse district of Kingston, Jamaica.
* Waterhouse Museum in New Jersey.
* Waterhouses, County Durham, a village in England.
* Waterhouse's Swamp Rat, a rodent species from South America.
* Waterhouse's Leaf-nosed Bat, a species of bat from Central America.
* William H. Waterhouse House is a historic home in Maitland, Florida.

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  • Waterhouse — ist der Name folgender Personen: Alfred Waterhouse (1830–1905), englischer Architekt Charles Owen Waterhouse (1843–1917), britischer Zoologe Edwin Waterhouse (1841–1917), Mitbegründer eines Vorgängerunternehmens von PricewaterhouseCoopers George… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Waterhouse FC — Waterhouse Football Club Waterhouse FC Club fondé en 1969 Couleurs jaune et bleu ciel …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Waterhouse —   [ wɔːtəhaʊs],    1) Alfred, britischer Architekt, * Liverpool 19. 7. 1830, ✝ Yattendon (County Berkshire) 22. 8. 1905; errichtete nach Reisen in Deutschland, Frankreich und Italien öffentliche Gebäude in neuromanischen und neugotischen Formen… …   Universal-Lexikon

  • Waterhouse — (spr. Uaterhaus), drei Inseln an der Ostküste der Vandiemensinsel (Australien); gut bewaldet u. von Känguruhs, Fettgänsen u. Seehunden bewohnt …   Pierer's Universal-Lexikon

  • Waterhouse — (spr. ŭaoterhaus), Alfred, engl. Architekt, geb. 19. Juli 1830 in Liverpool, gest. 23. Aug. 1905, bildete sich von 1848–53 praktisch und theoretisch in dem Geschäft eines Architekten in Manchester, unternahm dann eine Reise nach Italien und… …   Meyers Großes Konversations-Lexikon

  • Waterhouse — (spr. haus), Alfred, engl. Architekt, geb. 1830 in Liverpool, gest. 1905 in London, Vertreter der Gotik in England …   Kleines Konversations-Lexikon

  • Waterhouse — Cette page d’homonymie répertorie les différents sujets et articles partageant un même nom. Plusieurs personnages célèbres ont porté le patronyme Waterhouse : Alfred Waterhouse (1830 1905), architecte britannique. Benjamin Waterhouse (1754… …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Waterhouse F.C. — Football club infobox clubname = Waterhouse F.C. fullname = Waterhouse Football Club nickname = Fire House founded = 1968 ground = Waterhouse Stadium, Waterhouse, Kingston, Jamaica capacity = 5,000 chairman = flagicon|Jamaica Peter Hibbert… …   Wikipedia

  • Waterhouse — This famous Old English locational surname derives from the villages of the same name in Durham, Lancashire, Staffordshire and Essex. The precise meaning is probably the water mill , but it is possible that it refers to a moated or fortified… …   Surnames reference

  • Waterhouse — /ˈwɔtəhaʊs/ (say wawtuhhows) noun 1. Douglas Frew, 1916–2000, Australian entomologist. 2. Gai (Gabriel Marie Waterhouse), born 1952, Australian racehorse trainer, daughter of trainer Tommy Smith. 3. George Marsden, 1824–1906, Australian… …   Australian English dictionary

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