Bottomley ist ein Ort in West-Yorkshire:

  • Bottomley, West Yorkshire

Bottomley ist ein britischer Familienname, ursprünglich stammt er aus West-Yorkshire. Träger des Namens waren u. a.:

  • Arthur Bottomley (1907–1995), britischer Politiker (Labour)
  • Gordon Bottomley (1874–1948), britischer Dichter
  • Henry Bottomley (* 1963), Statistiker
  • Horatio Bottomley (1860–1933), britischer Politiker, Journalist und Betrüger
  • James Bottomley (* 1920), britischer Diplomat und Knight Commander of the Order of St. Michael and St. George
  • James Bottomley, bekannter Linux Programmierer
  • James Thomson Bottomley (1845–1926), irischer Physiker und Chemiker
  • Jim Bottomley (1900–1959), US-amerikanischer Baseball-Spieler
  • John Bottomley (* 1969), kanadischer Songwriter
  • Norman Bottomley (1891–1970) britischer Luftmarschall
  • Peter Bottomley (* 1944), britischer Abgeordneter der konservativen Partei
  • Virginia Bottomley, Baroness Bottomley of Nettlestone (* 1948), britische Politikerin der Konservativen
  • William Bottomley (1816–1900), deutsch-englischer Tiermaler
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