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Treloar is a Cornish surname, now most common in Australia and North America.



Treloar is a habitational surname originating from Wendron, Cornwall, England. It means "homestead with garden", taken from Cornish tre homestead and lowarth garden. The 'w' was later dropped and subsequently, the 'th'.

People with the surname Treloar

  • Adam Treloar, Australian rules football player
  • Cameron Treloar, Australian rugby union player for Union Bordeaux Bègles in the Top 14
  • John Treloar (athlete) (born 1928), retired track and field athlete, considered to be one of Australia's greatest male sprinters
  • John Treloar (museum administrator) OBE (1894–1952), Australian archivist and the second director of the Australian War Memorial (AWM)
  • LRG Treloar, author and rubber engineer
  • Margaret Treloar, Canadian food scientist, product development expert, Chairman of the World Association of Girl Guides and Girl Scouts
  • Peter Treloar, Australian politician elected in 2010
  • Phil Treloar (born 1946), Australian jazz drummer, percussionist and composer
  • Thomas Treloar (1892–1953), Australian politician
  • William M. Treloar (1850–1935), American music professor, composer, music publisher, and U.S. Representative from Missouri
  • Sir William Treloar, 1st Baronet (1843–1923), manufacturer and philanthropist and Lord Mayor of the City of London
  • References

    Treloar Wikipedia