Turnbull

Turnbull is a surname, arising from the Turnbull clan, a Scottish Border clan, and may refer to:

* Andrew Turnbull:
**Dr. Andrew Turnbull, British settler in Florida
**Lord (Andrew) Turnbull, head of Britain's civil service (the British Civil Service) and Cabinet Secretary
* Ann Turnbull, British writer of fiction for children and young adults
* Bill Turnbull, British television presenter
* Bob Turnbull, Scottish footballer
* Charles Wesley Turnbull, governor of the U.S. Virgin Islands
* Colin Turnbull, British anthropologist and author
* David Turnbull, Progressive Conservative member of the Legislative Assembly of Ontario from 1990 to 2003
* Eddie Turnbull, Scottish football player and manager
* Gael Turnbull, Scottish poet who was an important precursor of the British Poetry Revival
* George Turnbull, Scottish philosopher, theologian and writer on education reform
* Ian Turnbull, New Democratic member of the Legislative Assembly of Manitoba from 1969 to 1977, and a member of Edward Schreyer's cabinet from 1973 to 1977.
* Ian Turnbull, Canadian ice hockey defenceman who played during the 1970s and early 1980s, mostly with the Toronto Maple Leafs.
* Jack Turnbull, member of the National Lacrosse Hall of Fame
* James Turnbull, Australian author
* James Youll Turnbull, Scottish recipient of the Victoria Cross in World War I
* Jimmy Turnbull, Scottish footballer
* John Turnbull, english pop musician
* John Walker Turnbull, British murderer
* Koi Turnbull, comics artist
* Lucy Turnbull, former Lord Mayor of Sydney and is the wife of businessman and fellow politician, Malcolm Turnbull.
* Malcolm Turnbull, elected to the Australian House of Representatives in October 2004 for the Division of Wentworth, New South Wales, and federal leader of the Liberal Party as of 2008.
* Margaret Turnbull, American astronomer who developed a catalog of potentially habitable solar systems
* Marion Jane Turnbull, British murder victim
* Maurice Turnbull, Welsh cricketer
* Michael Turnbull, Church of England bishop
* Michael Turnbull, man of the rotter trotter in Leicester
* Michael G. Turnbull, American architect
* Norman Turnbull, Canadian politician
* Oswald Turnbull, British tennis player
* Ross Turnbull, Scottish footballer
* Richard Turnbull, Designer
* Sandy Turnbull, Scottish football player who died in World War I.
* Stephen Turnbull (historian), expert on samurai, and author of several works on the subject
* Susan Turnbull, American Democratic organiser
* Wallace Rupert Turnbull, Canadian inventor
* Walter Turnbull, American musician
* Wendy Turnbull, Australian tennis player
* William Turnbull, influential Bishop of Glasgow Scotland from 1448 to 1454
* William Barclay Turnbull, Scottish antiquarian
* William Turnbull, Scottish sculptor, painter and printmaker

Places

* Turnbull River, a river located on the West Coast of New Zealand's South Island.
* Mount Turnbull, Antarctica, Named after W.L. Turnbull, radio supervisor at Mawson Station in 1965.
* Mount Turnbull, Arizona, USA
* Mount Turnbull, British Columbia (Sonora Island), Canada
* Turnbull School
* Turnbull Stakes
*Turnbull High School in Bishopbriggs, Scotland

Other

* Jack Turnbull Award, award given yearly to the top attackman in NCAA lacrosse


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