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  Turnbull is a northern English and Scottish surname. For theories of its etymology, see Clan Turnbull.
Notable people with the surname include:
  • Agnes Sligh Turnbull (1888–1982), American writer
  • Alan Turnbull (disambiguation)
  • Albert Turnbull (1866–1929), New Zealand cricketer
  • Alexander Turnbull (disambiguation)
  • Alison Turnbull (born 1956), British painter and sculptor
  • Andrew Turnbull (disambiguation)
  • Ann Turnbull (born 1943), British writer of fiction for children and young adults
  • Annie Turnbull (1898–2010), British supercentenarian
  • Art Turnbull (born 1934), Australian rugby union wing
  • Barbara Turnbull (1965–2015), Canadian quadriplegic news reporter and activist
  • Barbara Turnbull (nurse), New Zealand nurse
  • Belle Turnbull (1881–1970), American poet
  • Bernard Turnbull (1904–1984), Wales rugby union captain
  • Bertrand Turnbull (1887–1943), Welsh field hockey player
  • Bill Turnbull (born 1956), British television presenter
  • Blayre Turnbull (born 1993), Canadian ice hockey player
  • Bob Turnbull (1894–1946), Scottish footballer
  • Bobby Turnbull (footballer) (1895–1952), English football outside right
  • Campbell Turnbull (1898–1977), Australian politician
  • Charles Turnbull (cricketer) (1851–1920), English cricketer
  • Charles Wesley Turnbull (born 1935), governor of the U.S. Virgin Islands
  • Clive Turnbull (1906–1975), Australian author and journalist
  • Colin Turnbull (1924–1994), anthropologist and author
  • David Turnbull (disambiguation)
  • Derek Turnbull (1926–2006), New Zealand long-distance runner
  • Derek Turnbull (rugby union) (born 1961), Scottish rugby union player
  • Don Turnbull (disambiguation)
  • Dorotea Turnbull, Argentine Olympic swimmer
  • Doug Turnbull (1903–1993), American lacrosse player
  • Douglass Turnbull, Professor of Neurology at the Newcastle University
  • Drew Turnbull, Andrew "Drew" Turnbull (c. 1930 – 2012), Scottish rugby league footballer of the 1950s for Leeds and Great Britain
  • Eddie Turnbull (1923–2011), Scottish football player and manager
  • Elizabeth Turnbull (1885–1988), New Zealand woollen mill worker
  • Frank Turnbull (born 1954), Canadian ice hockey goaltender
  • Franklin White Turnbull (1881–1971), member of the House of Commons of Canada (1930–1935)
  • Fred Turnbull (disambiguation)
  • Gael Turnbull (1924–2004), Scottish poet who was an important precursor of the British Poetry Revival
  • Gareth Turnbull (born 1979), Irish middle distance runner
  • George Turnbull (disambiguation)
  • Gordon Turnbull, British psychiatrist
  • Grace Turnbull (1880–1976), American painter, sculptor and writer
  • H. Rutherford Turnbull (born 1937), American author and educator
  • Hector Turnbull (businessman) (1733–1788), Perthshire, Scotland
  • Hector Turnbull (1884–1934), American screenwriter and film producer
  • Herbert Turnbull (1885–1961), English mathematician
  • Hilda Turnbull (born 1942), Australian politician, member of the West Australian Legislative Assembly (1989–2001)
  • Hubert Maitland Turnbull (1875–1955), British pathologist
  • Ian Turnbull (disambiguation)
  • Jack Turnbull (footballer) (1885–1917), Australian rules footballer
  • Jack Turnbull (1910–1944), American lacrosse player
  • James Turnbull, Australian author
  • James Turnbull (politician), (died 1846), Nova Scotia lawyer and politician
  • James Turnbull (steamboat captain), first to ascend the Colorado River by steamboat in November 1852.
  • James Youll Turnbull (1883–1916), Scottish recipient of the Victoria Cross in World War I
  • Jay Turnbull (c. 1911 – 1992), Scottish footballer
  • Jessica Turnbull (born 1995), Australian squash player
  • Jessie Turnbull (1845–1920), Canadian women's rights activist
  • Jimmy Turnbull (1884 – not earlier than 1909), Scottish footballer
  • John Turnbull (disambiguation)
  • Jonathan Turnbull (born 1962), English cricketer
  • Jordan Turnbull (born 1994), English football central defender
  • Joseph Turnbull (c. 1725 – 1775), English musician, player of the Northumbrian smallpipes
  • Josh Turnbull (born 1988), Wales international rugby union player
  • Keith Turnbull (1907–1978), Australian politician, member of the Victorian Legislative Assembly (1950–1964)
  • Ken Turnbull (c. 1921 – 2008), Canadian football player
  • Koi Turnbull (born 1976), comics artist
  • Lee Turnbull (disambiguation)
  • Lindsay Turnbull (born 1930), Australian rules footballer
  • Lucinha Turnbull (born 1953), Brazilian musician
  • Lucy Turnbull (born 1958), former Lord Mayor of Sydney and wife of businessman and fellow politician, Malcolm Turnbull
  • Malcolm Turnbull (born 1954), Australian politician; 29th Prime Minister of Australia
  • Margaret Turnbull, American astronomer who developed a catalog of potentially habitable solar systems
  • Margaret Turnbull (screenwriter) (1872–1942), Scottish playwright and screenwriter
  • Marjorie R. Turnbull (born 1940), member of the Florida House of Representatives
  • Mark Turnbull (born 1973), Australian sailor and 2000 Olympic champion
  • Mary Turnbull (Constance Mary Turnbull', C. M. Turnbull; 1927–2008), British historian
  • Maurice Turnbull (1905–1944), Welsh cricketer, rugby union player, and soldier
  • Michael Turnbull (disambiguation)
  • Murray Turnbull (1919–2014), American artist and art educator
  • Nick Turnbull (born 1981), American football safety
  • Noel Turnbull (Oswald Graham Noel Turnbull; 1890–1970), British tennis player
  • Norm Turnbull (1894–1977), Australian rules footballer
  • Norman Turnbull (songwriter) (1879–1954), British songwriter
  • Norman Turnbull (1900–1986), Canadian politician
  • Olaf Turnbull (1917–2004), Canadian farmer, educator and politician
  • Olga and Betty Turnbull, English child entertainers in the 1930s
  • Oliver Turnbull (1919–2009), Scotland rugby union player
  • Paul Turnbull (born 1989), English football midfielder
  • Percival Turnbull (1862–1937), New Zealand cricketer
  • Perry Turnbull (born 1959), retired National Hockey League player
  • Peter Turnbull (disambiguation)
  • Phil Turnbull (born 1987), English footballer
  • Philip Turnbull (1879–1930), Welsh field hockey player
  • Phipps Turnbull, Scottish rugby union player
  • Randy Turnbull (born 1962), Canadian ice hockey defenceman
  • Ray Turnbull (disambiguation)
  • Reg Turnbull, (1908–2006), Australian politician
  • Renaldo Turnbull (born 1966), American football linebacker
  • Richard Turnbull (colonial governor) (1909–1998), last governor of the British mandate of Tanganyika (1958–1961)
  • Richard Turnbull (born 1960), principal of Wycliffe Hall, Oxford
  • Rivers Turnbull (1855–1927), English cricketer
  • Robert Turnbull (disambiguation)
  • Roland Evelyn Turnbull (1905–1960), British colonial administrator and Governor of North Borneo
  • Ronnie Turnbull (1922–1966), English football centre forward
  • Ross Turnbull (ice hockey) (1934–2015), Canadian ice hockey wing
  • Ross Turnbull (rugby union) (1941–2015), Australian rugby union player
  • Ross Turnbull (born 1985), English footballer
  • Roz Turnbull (born 1972), New Zealand actress
  • Ryan Turnbull (born 1971), former Australian rules footballer
  • Sandy Turnbull, Scottish football player who died in World War I
  • Sara Little Turnbull (1917–2015), American product designer
  • Scott Turnbull (born 1981), English actor.
  • Simon Turnbull (1950–2014), Australian entrepreneur and self-proclaimed psychic
  • Spencer Turnbull (born 1992), American baseball pitcher
  • Stephen Turnbull (disambiguation)
  • Steven Turnbull (rugby union) (born 1987), Scottish rugby union player
  • Stuart Turnbull (born 1947), American economist
  • Stuart Turnbull (basketball) (born 1984), Canadian basketball player
  • Susan Turnbull, American Democratic organiser
  • Thomas Turnbull (1824–1907), New Zealand architect
  • Thomas Scott Turnbull (1825–1880), Mayor of Sunderland, founder of a daily provincial newspaper, Sunderland Echo
  • Travis Turnbull (born 1986), American-German ice hockey player
  • Wallace Rupert Turnbull (1879–1954), Canadian inventor
  • Walter Turnbull (1944–2007), American musician
  • Wendy Turnbull (born 1952), Australian tennis player
  • William Turnbull (disambiguation)
  • Winton Turnbull (1899–1980), Australian politician.

See also

  • Clan Turnbull
  • Turnbull (disambiguation)

Category:English-language surnames
Category:Surnames of Lowland Scottish origin
 
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