Pickard

Pickard is a surname, an Anglicised version of Picard, originally meaning a person from Picardy, a historical region and cultural area of France.

People with the surname Pickard

*Allan Pickard (1895 - 1975), former president of the Canadian Amateur Hockey Association
*Charles Pickard (1874-1954), Royal Air Force
*Cyril Stanley Pickard KCMG (1917-1992), diplomat
*Greenleaf Whittier Pickard (1877-1956), radio pioneer
*James Pickard, an English inventor
*Jerry Pickard, former representative in the Canadian House of Commons
*John Pickard (politician), former representative in the Canadian House of Commons
*Group Captain Percy Charles Pickard (1915-1944), Royal Air Force officer
*Thomas J. Pickard, former director of the Federal Bureau of Investigation
*Tom Pickard, British poet
*Tony Pickard, English tennis coach
*William Leonard Pickard, a man convicted on charges relating to the manufacturing of LSD

ee also

*Picard
*Piccard
*Piccardo
*Pickard, Indiana, a small town in the United States
*Thornton-Pickard, a former British manufacturer of photographic cameras


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