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Schermerhorn is a Dutch place name and derivative surname.
- Schermerhorn, a small town in North Holland. The town's name reflects its former location on a "horn" (cape or headland) into the lake Schermer, which now is a polder.
- Wim Schermerhorn (1894–1977), Dutch Prime Minister
- A prominent New York State family, descendants of Jacob Janse Schermerhorn (1622, Waterland, North Holland - 1688, Schenectady, New York) 
- Abraham Maus Schermerhorn (1791-1855), a United States Representative from New York
- Caroline Webster Schermerhorn (1830–1908), American socialite married to William Backhouse Astor, Jr.
- John Freeman Schermerhorn (1786-1851), American minister and missionary
- Kenneth Schermerhorn (1929–2005), American conductor and composer
- Simon Jacob Schermerhorn (1827-1901), a United States Representative from New York
- Henry Schermerhorn De Forest, (1847-1917), a U.S. Representative from New York
- Eric Schermerhorn (born 1960), American guitarist and composer
- Alison Brie, born Alison Brie Schermerhorn (born 1982), American actress
- Schermerhorn-Drees cabinet, Wim Schermerhorn's council of ministers in 1945-46.
- Schermerhorn Symphony Center, a concert hall in Nashville, Tennessee, named in honor of Kenneth Schermerhorn
- Localities in New York City:
- Schermerhorn Row Block, built by Peter Schermerhorn (1749-1826), merchant and ship owner
- Schermerhorn Street, Brooklyn Heights, once a rope walk for the Peter Schermerhorn family rope business 
- The nearby subway station Hoyt–Schermerhorn Streets
- Schermerhorn Building, 376-380 Lafayette Street, built by William Colford Schermerhorn (1821-1903), patron of literature and arts.
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