Boyle

Boyle is a common Irish and Scottish surname of Norman origin. Notable people with the surname include:

  • Adam Boyle (disambiguation), multiple people
  • Andrew Boyle (1919–1991), journalist and biographer
  • Brendan F. Boyle (born 1977), politician
  • Brian Boyle (born 1984), professional hockey player
  • Brian J. Boyle, astrophysicist
  • Buzz Boyle (1908–1978), Major League Baseball player
  • Charles Boyle, 2nd Viscount Blesington (died 1732), Irish politician
  • Charles Boyle (poet) (born 1951), UK poet
  • Charles A. Boyle (1907–1959), U.S. Representative from Illinois
  • Charles Cavendish Boyle (1849–1916), British colonial administrator
  • Charles Edmund Boyle (1836–1888), U.S. Representative from Pennsylvania
  • Charles P. Boyle (1892–1968), American cinematographer
  • Chris Cornell (born 1964), musician, born Christopher Boyle
  • Courtenay Boyle (1770-1844), British naval officer and MP
  • Dan Boyle (ice hockey) (born 1976), professional ice hockey player
  • Danny Boyle (born 1956), British film director, cousin of John Wayne
  • Daryl Boyle (born 1987), Canadian professional ice hockey player
  • David Boyle (author) (born 1958), economics author and journalist
  • David Boyle (rugby league) (born 1959), former Australian rugby league player
  • David Boyle (archaeologist) (1842–1911), Canadian educator and archaeologist
  • David Boyle, Lord Boyle (1772–1853), Scottish judge and privy counsellor of the United Kingdom
  • David Boyle, 7th Earl of Glasgow (1833–1915), governor of New Zealand 1892–1897
  • Eddie Boyle (1874–1941), Major League Baseball player
  • Edward Courtney Boyle (1883–1967), English Royal Navy officer, First World War recipient of the Victoria Cross
  • Sir Edward Boyle, 1st Baronet (1848–1909), MP for Taunton 1906–1909, grandfather of Baron Boyle
  • Edward Boyle, Baron Boyle of Handsworth (1923–1981), British Conservative Party politician, MP 1950–1970
  • Edward C. Boyle, (died 1981), Allegheny County District Attorney for Pittsburgh from 1956-1964
  • Edward G. Boyle, (1899–1977), Canadian set decorator
  • Edward James Boyle, Sr. (1913-2002), U.S. federal judge
  • Emmet D. Boyle (1879–1926), former Governor of Nevada
  • Francis Boyle (born 1950), professor of international law
  • Frankie Boyle (born 1972), Scottish comedian
  • George Boyle, 4th Earl of Glasgow (1766–1843), 4th Earl of Glasgow
  • George Boyle, 6th Earl of Glasgow (1825–1890), Scottish politician
  • George Frederick Boyle (1886–1948), Australian-American composer
  • Gert Boyle (born 1924), U.S. businesswoman
  • Greg Boyle (priest) (born 1954), Jesuit priest in East Los Angeles
  • Harris Boyle (c. 1953–1975), Northern Irish loyalist and Ulster Volunteer Force member
  • Henry Edmund Gaskin Boyle (1875–1941), anaesthesiologist
  • Hugh Charles Boyle (1873–1950), American Roman Catholic bishop
  • Hugh Boyle (golfer) (born 1936), Irish golfer
  • Hugh Boyle Ewing (1826–1905), American diplomat, author and lawyer
  • Ina Boyle (1889–1967), Irish composer
  • Jack Boyle (1866–1913), Major League Baseball player
  • James Boyle (academic) (born 1959), professor of law
  • James Boyle (broadcasting), BBC broadcaster
  • James Boyle (Donegal politician) (1863–1936), Irish politician, Member of Parliament for West Donegal 1900–1902
  • James Boyle (Fianna Fáil politician) (fl.1930s), Fianna Fáil Member of the 1934–1936 Seanad Éireann
  • James Boyle Uniacke (1799–1858), Canadian politician
  • Jane J. Boyle (born 1954), District judge for the United States District Court for the Northern District of Texas
  • Jarrod Boyle, Washington winemaker
  • Jeremiah Boyle (1818–1871), Union Brigadier General during the American Civil War
  • Jim Boyle (born 1962), American football player
  • Jimmy Boyle (artist) (born 1944), Scottish sculptor and novelist, former gangster
  • Jimmy Boyle (baseball) (1904–1958), American baseball player
  • Jimmy Boyle (footballer) (born 1972), former Scottish footballer
  • John Boyle (bishop) (1563–1620), Bishop
  • John Boyle (congressman) (1774–1835), member of the U.S. House of Representatives
  • John Robert Boyle (1870–1936), Albertan politician
  • John Boyle (footballer born 1946), Scottish footballer
  • John Boyle (footballer born 1986), Scottish footballer
  • John Boyle (UK politician) (c. 1870–1950), Unionist politician from Northern Ireland
  • John Boyle O'Reilly (1844–1890), Irish poet and novelist
  • Johnny Boyle, drummer for the Irish band, The Frames
  • Joseph W. Boyle (1867–1923), Canadian adventurer
  • Joshua Boyle, Member of Parliament in the Irish House of Commons
  • Katie Boyle (born 1926), television presenter
  • Kay Boyle (1902–1992), U.S. writer and political activist
  • Kevin Boyle (historian) (born 1960), author and professor of history at Ohio State University
  • Kevin Boyle (lawyer) (1943–2010), Northern Ireland-born human rights activist, barrister and educator
  • Kevin J. Boyle (born 1980), member of the Pennsylvania House of Representatives
  • Lara Flynn Boyle (born 1970), U.S. actress
  • Lauren Boyle (born 1987), New Zealand swimmer
  • Lisa Boyle (born 1964), U.S. model
  • Mark Boyle (1934–2005), Scottish artist
  • Mark Boyle (snooker player) (born 1981), snooker player
  • Mike Boyle (born 1944), mayor of Omaha, Nebraska
  • Morrie Boyle, Australian rugby league footballer
  • Murrough Boyle, 1st Viscount Blesington (1709–1769), governor of Limerick
  • Nicholas Boyle (born 1946), British literature historian
  • Patricia Boyle (1937–2014), American judge
  • Patrick Boyle (footballer) (born 1987), Scottish footballer
  • Patrick Boyle (writer) (1905–1982), Irish writer
  • Peter Boyle (1935–2006), U.S. actor
  • Phelim Boyle (born 1941), quantitative finance academic
  • Raelene Boyle (born 1951), Australian athlete
  • Ray Boyle (born 1925), American actor
  • Richard Boyle (bishop) (c.1574–1644), Archbishop of Tuam
  • Richard Boyle (rower) (1888-1953), British rower and medallist at the 1908 Summer Olympics
  • Richard Boyle (canoeist) (born 1961), New Zealand sprint canoeist
  • Robert Boyle (1627–1691), Anglo-Irish natural philosopher
  • Robert F. Boyle (1909–2010), director and production designer
  • Robert William Boyle (1883–1955), Canadian physicist, co-inventor of sonar
  • Russell Lambert Boyle (1880-1915), Lieutenant Colonel, 10th Battalion, Canadian Expeditionary Force, Died of Wounds at 2nd Battle of Ypres, April 1915.
  • Ruth-Ann Boyle (born 1970), singer of the British group Olive
  • Ryan Boyle (born 1981), U.S. lacrosse player
  • Ryan Boyle (rugby league) (born 1987), rugby league player
  • Sarah Boyle (1609–1633), Irish 17th-century Lady
  • Stephen Boyle (born 1953), Australian footballer
  • Steve Boyle (born 1953), English rugby union player
  • Susan Boyle (born 1961), Scottish singer and a contestant on the 3rd series of Britain's Got Talent
  • T. Coraghessan Boyle (born 1948), U.S. novelist and short story writer
  • Terrence Boyle (born 1945), U.S. judge
  • Terry Boyle (born 1958), Former footballer from Wales
  • Thomas Boyle (1775–1825), U.S. Navy officer
  • Timothy Boyle (born 1949), U.S. businessman
  • Tommy Boyle (footballer born 1886) (1886–1940), football player who played for Barnsley, Burnley, and Wrexham
  • Tommy Boyle (footballer, born 1901) (1901–1972), football player who played for Sheffield United, Manchester United, and Northampton Town
  • Troy Boyle (born 1966), U.S. comic book artist and writer
  • W. A. Boyle (1904–1985), president of the United Mine Workers of America union, 1963–1972
  • Wesley Boyle (born 1979), Football midfielder
  • Willard Boyle (1924–2011), Canadian physicist
  • William M. Boyle (1903–1961), American Democratic political activist from Kansas

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