Learn more about Tudor
Tudor usually relates to the Tudor period in English history, which refers to the period of time between 1485 and 1603 when the Tudor dynasty held the English throne.
- Tudor may also refer to any of the following people of that ruling family:
- The Tudor line of cars from the Ford Company are renowned in the world of vintage classics (DML).
- Tudor is a brand of watches manufactured by Rolex.
- The surname Tudor, within the UK, originates from the Welsh forename Tewdwr or Tudur. However, Tudor is also a common surname in Romania.
- Tudor may also refer to any of the following people:
- Antony Tudor, British choreographer
- Corneliu Vadim Tudor, Romanian politician
- David Tudor, American pianist
- Edward Tudor-Pole, British singer
- Frank Tudor, Australian politician
- Frederic Tudor, an American entrepreneur
- Henry Hugh Tudor, a British soldier, later police chief in Ireland and then Palestine
- Igor Tudor, Croatian footballer
- Joel Tudor, American longboard surfer
- Tasha Tudor, illustrator
- Dan Tudor, Web Developer
- King Tewdrig of Morgannwg (Glamorgan)
- Tudor Hassett, a young british actor
- Henry Owen Tudor, Luxemburgish industrialist and famous inventor
- One of the four houses at Forest School, Horsham
- Tudor may also refer to the following place:
- Finally Tudor refers to a Ford two door model, used since Ford Model T onwards. It is believed by some to originate from a spelling error by Henry Ford. Similar a 4 door model was designated Fordor.