Cochran is a surname of Scottish origin. At the time of the British Census of 1881, its relative frequency was highest in Renfrewshire (34.3 times the British average), followed by Wigtownshire, Ayrshire, Dunbartonshire, Lanarkshire, Buteshire, Stirlingshire, Argyll, Kirkcudbrightshire and Forfarshire. The Cochrans are traditionally mainly a Western Lowlands family. The name Cochran may refer to:
- Alexander Gilmore Cochran (1846-1928), US Congressman from Pennsylvania
- Alexander Smith Cochran (1874-1929), carpets businessman and philanthropist
- Anita Cochran, singer
- Anne Cochran, singer
- Barbara Cochran (born 1951), Olympic gold medal skier
- Bert Cochran (1913-1984), Socialist Worker's Party (USA)
- Charles B. Cochran (1873-1951 ), stage actor and English theatrical manager
- Dorcas Cochran (ca. 1903–1991), American lyricist and screenwriter
- Eddie Cochran (1938-1960), musician, born as Edward Ray Cochrane, killed in an automobile crash
- Gregory Cochran (born 1953), American professor at the University of Utah
- Hank Cochran (1935-2010), American country music singer and songwriter
- Jacob Cochran (1782-1836) Early 19th century "spiritual wifery" cult leader in Saco, Maine
- Jacqueline Cochran (1906–1980), American aviatrix
- John Cochran (disambiguation), multiple people
- John Cochran ( ? - ? ), 18th-century United States military physician
- John Cochran (1813-98), US Union Army general, lawyer, and politician
- Johnnie Cochran (1937-2005), American attorney-at-law
- Joseph Cochran, American missionary in Iran
- Julian Cochran (born 1974), Australian composer
- Neil Cochran (born 1965), Scottish swimmer
- Philip Cochran (1910–1979), U.S. Army Air Forces colonel and inspiration for characters in the comic strips, Terry and the Pirates and Steve Canyon
- Russ Cochran (born 1958), American golfer
- Stephen Cochran (born 1979), American country music singer and songwriter
- Thomas C. Cochran (1877-1935), US Congressman from Pennsylvania
- Thad Cochran (born 1937), US Senator from Mississippi
- William Gemmell Cochran (1909-1980), statistician, the person Cochran's C test and Cochran's Q test were named for
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