The surname Foote may refer to:

  • Adam Foote, Canadian ice hockey player
  • Andrew Hull Foote, admiral in the United States Navy
  • Arthur Foote, American composer
  • Arthur De Wint Foote, American engineer
  • Elizabeth Erny Foote, American lawyer and federal judicial nominee
  • George William Foote, British founder of the secularist journal The Freethinker
  • Henry Robert Bowreman Foote, British recipient of the Victoria Cross, Director of Royal Armoured Corps
  • Henry S. Foote, US Senator and Governor of Mississippi 1852–1854
  • Horton Foote (1916–2009), American author and playwright
  • Jeff Foote, American professional basketball player
  • John J. Foote (1816–1905), New York politician
  • Reverend John Weir Foote (1904–1988), Canadian recipient of the Victoria Cross during the Second World War
  • Larry Foote, American football player
  • Mary Hallock Foote, American writer and illustrator
  • Robert Bruce Foote, British geologist who is considered the "Father of Indian Prehistory"
  • Samuel Foote, Cornish dramatist and actor
  • Shelby Foote, American historian
  • Thomas Foote (1592–1687), English grocer and baronet
  • Thomas M. Foote (1808–1858), American diplomat

Other articles related to "foote":

Anna Ella Carroll - Wartime Role
... Grant and Flag Officer Andrew Hull Foote to immediately move on Fort Henry and Fort Donelson on the Tennessee and Cumberland rivers in a telegram dated January 30 ... On February 6, Fort Henry fell to Foote’s gunboats and on February 13, Fort Donelson fell to Grant’s and Foote’s combined forces ...
Signature Theatre Company (New York City) - Season History
... Box, The Sandbox and Finding the Sun Fragments+ 1994 - 95 Season Horton Foote Talking Pictures Night Seasons The Young Man From Atlanta+ Laura Dennis+ 1995 - 96 Season Adrienne Kennedy Funnyhouse of A ... Linney The Last of the Thorntons by Horton Foote + Urban Zulu Mambo by Kia Corthron, Suzan-Lori Parks, Ntozake Shange Regina Taylor Thief River by Lee Blessing+ 2001 - 2002 Season All-Premiere ... Series" The Trip to Bountiful by Horton Foote Landscape of the Body by John Guare 2006 - 2007 Season 15th Anniversary Part II August Wilson Seven Guitars Two Trains Running King ...
1996–97 Colorado Avalanche Season - Player Stats
... UweUwe Krupp D 1 ... Foote, AdamAdam Foote D 0 ... Miller, AaronAaron Miller D 3 ... Gusarov, AlexeiAlexei ...
1995–96 Colorado Avalanche Season - Player Stats
29 0 ... Leschyshyn, CurtisCurtis Leschyshyn D 1 ... Foote, AdamAdam Foote D 1 ... Lefebvre, SylvainSylvain Lefebvre D 49. 26 ...
Tender Mercies - Release - Reception
... and describing it as a "winning but extremely low-key film", though he characterized Foote's screenplay as "not so much a story as a series of vignettes" ... most understated performances, as well as Foote's minimalist storytelling and the restraint and patience of Beresford's direction ... Ebert said of Foote's screenplay, "The down-to-earth quality of his characters drew attention away from his minimalist storytelling all the frills were ...

Famous quotes containing the word foote:

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    —Alice Foote MacDougall (1867–1945)

    ... the precipitate of sorrow is happiness, the precipitate of struggle is success. Life means opportunity, and the thing men call death is the last wonderful, beautiful adventure.
    —Alice Foote MacDougall (1867–1945)

    To you illness is negligible. You have learned that you can dominate yourself. You know that your body lags, but your soul proceeds upon its triumphant way.
    —Alice Foote MacDougall (1867–1945)