Gilchrist

Gilchrist is a surname of Scottish origin, having originated in Islay. According to several genealogy websites, it literally means "servant of Christ." Some variations known to exist are Gillecrist, Gilcreest, Gilcrest, Gilchrest and Gilcress.

Gilchrist may refer to:

  • Adam Gilchrist, Australian cricketer
  • Albert W. Gilchrist (1858-1926), governor of Florida
  • Alexander Gilchrist (1828–1861), British biographer
  • Sir Andrew Gilchrist, former UK ambassador to Iceland, Indonesia and Ireland
  • Anne Gilchrist, English/American writer
  • Anne Gilchrist, English folksong collector
  • Brent Gilchrist (1967-), Canadian ice hockey player
  • Caroline Gilchrist Rhea, Canadian actress and comedian
  • Charles W. Gilchrist, Montgomery County, Maryland politician
  • Cookie Gilchrist (1935-2011), American football player
  • Ellen Gilchrist (1935–), American novelist
  • Guy Gilchrist, American cartoonist
  • Harald Gilchrist, King of Norway
  • James "Jim" Gilchrist, founder of the Minutemen Project
  • John Gilchrist:
    • John Borthwick Gilchrist (1759-1841), noted British Indologist
    • John Gilchrist (actor), former child actor in commercials
    • John Gilchrist (basketball), former Maryland Terrapins point guard
    • John Gilchrist (politician) (1792–1859), early Canadian politician
  • Joyce Gilchrist, forensic chemist
  • Keir Gilchrist, British-Canadian actor
  • Percy Gilchrist (1851–1935), British chemist and metallurgist
  • Robert Murray Gilchrist, Victorian/Edwardian horror writer
  • Roy Gilchrist (1934–2001), West Indies cricketer
  • Sidney Gilchrist Thomas, British inventor
  • Steve Gilchrist (1954–), Canadian politician
  • William Gilchrist, American composer
  • William Sidney Gilchrist, medical missionary to Angola

Other articles related to "gilchrist":

Anne Gilchrist (collector)
... Anne Gilchrist OBE FSA (8 December 1863 - 24 July 1954) was a British folk song collector ... Anne Geddes Gilchrist was born in Manchester, to Scottish parents ... Gilchrist is a neglected figure because she did not write any books ...
Stephen Gilchrist
... Stephen Gilchrist (aka stuffy) is a musician from London, England who also teaches drums and guitar across London ... Gilchrist supplied the drums for the Graham Coxon Jimmy Pursey's single supporting the England national football team at the 2006 FIFA World Cup ... Gilchrist has toured and recorded with Charlotte Hatherley, Cardiacs Cathy Davey ...
John Gilchrist (New Zealand Politician) - Political Activity
... Born in Scotland in 1872, Gilchrist was a member of the Scottish Independent Labour Party and emigrated to New Zealand in 1900 ... John Gilchrist was the NZLP candidate for Chalmers in 1919, Dunedin Central in 1922 and 1925 ... Gilchrist died in 1947 ...
Connie Gilchrist
... Connie Gilchrist (February 6, 1901 – March 3, 1985) was a stage, film and television character actress ... Born Rose Constance Gilchrist in Brooklyn, New York ... Connie Gilchrist died on March 3, 1985, aged 84 ...
Gilchrist, Michigan
... Gilchrist may refer to the following places in the U.S ... state of Michigan Gilchrist, Allegan County, Michigan Gilchrist, Mackinac County, Michigan ...