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Hadow is a Scot surname. A number of notable people have this name:

  • Lieutenant-Colonel Arthur Lovell Hadow (1877–1968) who was commanding the Royal Newfoundland Regiment on the day of its destruction on the first day of the Battle of the Somme
  • Colonel Arthur De Salis Hadow (1858–1915) was commander of the 10th battalion of the Yorkshire Regiment and was killed in the Battle of Loos.
  • Charles Scott Hadow (1801–1849) co-owner of Willis, Hadow and Co, wine merchants of Scot's Yard, Bush lane, London and trader in India.
  • Douglas Robert Hadow (1846–1865) who died during the descent after the first ascent of the Matterhorn
  • Edward Ash Hadow, (1831–1866) chemist who conducted pioneering research on cyanide.
  • Major-General Frederick Edward Hadow (1836–1915) served during the Indian Mutiny, in the Madras Artillery, later became a Justice of the Peace in Hereford.
  • Professor George Hadow (1712–1780) professor of Hebrew and oriental languages at St Mary's College, University of St Andrews from 1748 to 1780
  • Canon Gerald Edgcumbe Hadow OBE (1911–1978) Missionary to Tanzania.
  • Gilbert Bethune Hadow (1832–1876) Surgeon in the 1st Battalion 5th Foot (Northumberland Fusiliers)
  • Sir Gordon Hadow (1908–1993) masterminded the transition of Gold Coast to independence from Great Britain.
  • Grace Eleanor Hadow (1875–1940) author, principal of St Anne's College, Oxford University and former vice-chairman of the Women's Institute
  • Principal James Hadow (1667–1747) Principal of St Mary's College, University of St Andrews from 1707 till 1747
  • Reverend James Hadow (1757–1847) Vicar of St Margaret's Church, Streatley, Bedfordshire for fifty nine years.
  • Sir (Reginald) Michael Hadow former British Ambassador to Israel and Argentina.
  • Patrick Douglas Hadow (1812–1876) former Chairman of P&O Shipping Company.
  • Patrick Francis Hadow (1855–1946) Wimbledon champion and big game hunter.
  • Pen Hadow (1962 - ) British explorer and the first man to walk solo and unsupported the 478 miles (769 km) from the northern coast of Canada to the North Pole.
  • Commander Philip Henry Hadow, RN (1903–1942) Commander of HMS Ivanhoe which was mined and damaged in the North Sea.
  • Sir Robert Henry Hadow(1895–1963), diplomat and appeaser.
  • Sir William Henry Hadow (1859–1937) educational reformer, musicologist and vice-chancellor of Sheffield University.
  • References

    Hadow Wikipedia


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