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ⓘ Marr (surname)




                                     

ⓘ Marr (surname)

Marr is a habitational surname that originates from Marr in Aberdeenshire, Scotland, and from Marr in West Yorkshire, England. Marr also derives from the German name Marro. Variant spellings include Mar and Marre. Notable people with this surname include:

  • Alfred Percy Marr 1862–1940, Australian cricketer.
  • James William Slessor Marr 1902–1965, Scottish marine biologist and explorer.
  • Reuben Charles Marr 1884–1961, English professional association football player.
  • Charles W. "Lefty" Marr 1862–1912, American professional baseball player.
  • Walter Lorenzo Marr, automotive pioneer and talented engineer.
  • Robert Marr, English professional footballer who played as an inside forward.
  • Leon Marr 1948-2019, Canadian film and television director and screenwriter.
  • Jack Marr 1928–2002, Australian rules footballer.
  • Don H. Marr, American artist.
  • Carl von Marr 1858–1936, American-born German painter.
  • Johnny Marr born 1963, English guitarist, keyboardist and singer, and member of The Smiths.
  • Hans Marr ski jumper 1914–1942, German ski jumper.
  • Hans Marr 1878–1949, German actor.
  • Jodi Marr, American songwriter and producer.
  • Thomas Aquinas "Tom" Marr 1942–2016, American talk radio host on WCBM in Baltimore.
  • Alec Marr, the Executive Director of the Wilderness Society.
  • Sally Marr 1906–1997, a stand-up comic, dancer, actress and talent spotter.
  • Alison M. Marr born 1980, American mathematician and mathematics educator.
  • William W. Marr simplified Chinese: 马为义, traditional Chinese: 馬為義, born 1936, a retired engineering researcher and poet.
  • Zoe Coombs Marr, Australian comedian, performer and actor.
  • Barbara La Marr 1896–1926, American actress, cabaret artist and writer.
  • David Marr neuroscientist 1945–1980, British neuroscientist and psychologist.
  • James Marr Brydone 1779–1866, Scottish surgeon.
  • Joseph Thomas Marr, also known as Joe Marr born 1880, Australian former rules footballer.
  • Marr B. Phillips 1857–1928, professional baseball player.
  • Hank Marr 1927–2004, a jazz musician.
  • Wilhelm Adolph Marr 1819–1904, German agitator and publicist.
  • Phebe Marr born 1931, prominent American historian of modern Iraq with the Middle East Institute.
  • Ruairidh Erskine of Marr 1869–1960, Scottish nationalist and aristocrat.
  • George Washington Lent Marr 1779–1856, American politician.
  • Charles William Clanan Marr, Sir, KCVO, DSO, MC 1880–1960, Australian politician.
  • Clifton Ambrose Marr, also known as Runt Marr 1891-1981, American baseball figure.
  • David George Marr born 1937, American / Australian historian specializing in the modern history of Vietnam.
  • Alem Marr 1787 (Алем Марр 1787) - 1843, American-born Jacksonian member of the United States House of Representatives from Pennsylvania.
  • James Marr Machon 1918–2009, American French-born author of The History of Guernsey.
  • Reginald Joseph Marr, DFC, OAM, QC 1917–1999, Australian lawyer and military officer.
  • Nicholas Marr 1865–1934, Georgia-born historian and linguist.
  • Leslie Lynn Marr, 2nd Baronet born 1922, British landscape artist, painter and former racing driver.
  • Jim Marr, the former bass guitarist of the 1980s British pop / rock band Skin Games.
  • Chris Marr, American a state senator from Spokane, Washington.
  • Scott Marr, American lacrosse coach.
  • Melissa Marr born 1972, American author.
  • Souk El Marr, one of the souks of Tuni.
  • Andrew Marr born 1959, Scottish journalist and political commentator.
  • John Quincy Marr 1825 – 1861, American Civil War soldier.
  • Carl von Marr 1858–1936, American painter.
  • Jerzy Marr 1901–1962, Polish film actor.
  • Jason Wardlaw Marr born 1989, Scottish professional football player in the role of defender.
  • George Marr Flemington Gillon, MBE born 1942, English councilman of the City of London Corporation.
  • David Marr born 1947, Australian journalist and author.
  • David Marr Walker 1835–1920, a lawyer, judge and political figure in Manitoba.