Wykes

Wykes is a very old surname from an English origin. The current distribution of Wykes' tends to be in the UK and the former British Colonies. There are Wykes' living in the United Kingdom, Australia, USA, Canada, New Zealand and even India.

Read more about Wykes:  Variants, History, Famous Wykes'

Other articles related to "wykes":

Adrian Wykes
... Adrian Paul Acheson 'Percy' Wykes (born 7 February 1958) is an English cricketer ... Wykes made his Minor Counties Championship debut in 1987, and made three List A appearances in the NatWest Trophy between 1987 and 1989 ... In just a single appearance at the crease, Wykes scored 0 not out while testing out the authenticity of Michael Holding's nickname 'Whispering Death' by closing his eyes at the non-striker's end ...
Famous Wykes'
... Some famous Wykes' include Walter Wykes (American playwright and actor), Thomas Wykes (English chronicler), Ted Wykes (Australian cricket Test match umpire) and Sarah Wykes (British human rights ...
Catholic Campaign For America
... Wykes, Jr ... In 1991, Wykes gathered together several notable Catholic leaders in Washington, D.C ... Wykes is also the founding president of Springtime of Faith Foundation, headquartered in Nashville, Tennessee ...
Robert Wykes
... Wykes (b ... Later that year, Wykes left Bowling Green to study and teach at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign where he stayed until he graduated with a ... Wykes's orchestral works have been performed by the Philadelphia Orchestra, the Minnesota Orchestra, the Saint Louis Symphony Orchestra, the National Orchestra of Brazil and the Pro Arte Symphony of Brazil ...
Dolly Mixture (band) - Other Projects
... In 1986, Wykes and Smith resurfaced with the group Coming Up Roses, which featured more melodic dance-pop ... With Wykes and Smith, the early line-up comprised ex-Shillelagh Sisters member Patricia O'Flynn (saxophone), Leigh Luscious (guitar), and ex-Amazulu member Claire Kenny (bass) ... All songs were written by Wykes and Smith ...