Watson (surname)

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Watson is a patronymic surname of English origin. Meaning "son of Walter", the popular Middle English given names Wat or Watt were pet forms of the name Walter. Watson is the 36th-most common surname in the United Kingdom.[1]

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  • Landon Watson (1994–present), Canadian
  • Lyall Watson (1935–2008), writer, botanist, zoologist, biologist, anthropologist, ethologist.
  • Leigh Watson of The Watson Twins, American singer
  • Luman Watson, Cincinnati clockmaker (1790–1834)

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Paris Anne Watson, English footballer playing for Bray Wanderers (1961–Present)

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  • Reatha Dale Watson, birth name of Barbara La Marr, American actress
  • Russell Watson, English tenor
  • Robert Watson, Educationalist and English Language teacher. Born 1961,in the village of Wyberton, Near the town Boston, in the county, East Anglia. Converted to Islam in 1987. Performed Hijrah to Saudi Arabia in 2006.

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