Hattie

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Hattie (sometimes spelled Hatty) is a female given name, sometimes a shortened form of Harriet.

Hattie or Hatty may refer to:

People[edit]

  • Hattie Alexander (1901–1968), American pediatrician and microbiologist
  • Hattie Helen Gould Beck, birth name of burlesque dancer Sally Rand (1904–1979)
  • Hattie Bessent (1908–2015), American psychiatric nurse
  • Hattie Beverly (1874–1904), first African-American schoolteacher in Grand Rapids, Michigan
  • Hattie Canty (1933–2012), African-American labor activist
  • Hattie Caraway (1878–1950), first female United States senator
  • Hattie Carnegie (1889–1956), American clothing and jewelry designer
  • Hattie Carthan (1901–1984), community activist in New York
  • Hattie B. Gooding (1877 - 1938), American publicity agent
  • Hattie Gossett, African-American feminist writer
  • Hattie Hart (fl. 1928–1934), American Memphis blues singer and songwriter
  • Hattie N. Harrison (born 1928), American politician
  • Hattie Hayridge (born 1959), British stand-up comedian and actress
  • Hattie Jacques (1922–1980), English comedy actress
  • Hattie Johnson (born 1981), American Olympic shooter
  • Hatty Jones (born 1988), British child actress in the 1998 movie Madeline
  • Hattie Lawton (c. 1837–?), American Civil War Union spy and detective in Pinkerton's Female Detective Bureau
  • Hattie Leslie (allegedly born Libbie Spahn) (1868–1892), American female boxer
  • Hattie McDaniel (1895–1952), American actress, the first black performer to win an Academy Award
  • Hattie Morahan (born 1978), award-winning English actress
  • Hattie Peterson (1930–2017), a pitcher in the All-American Girls Professional Baseball League
  • Hattie Saussy (1890–1978), American painter
  • Hattie Williams (1870–1942), American stage actress, comedian and singer
  • Hattie Winston (born 1945), American actress best known as Margaret in Becker

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