Aikenhead ist der Name folgender Personen:

  • Mary Aikenhead (1787–1858), Gründerin der Religious Sisters of Charity in Dublin
  • Thomas Aikenhead (um 1676–1697), schottischer Medizinstudent, der als letzter im Vereinigten Königreich wegen Blasphemie hingerichtet wurde
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