The surname Sharrow was first found in Yorkshire probably derived from the village named Sharow, which is about a mile from Ripon but may be possibly be from "some spot nearer the Lancashire border of the West Riding. " 
"Sharrow Lodge is a handsome mansion, commanding a fine view over the vale of Ure." 
Early History of the Sharrow family
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Sharrow Spelling Variations
Spelling variations of this family name include: Skirrow, Scirrow, Sharow, Skarrow, Sharrow, Skerow, Skerowe, Skirroe, Scurry, Skurry, Skirow and many more.
Early Notables of the Sharrow family (pre 1700)
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Leonard Sharrow (1915-2004), American bassoonist, known for his work with the NBC Symphony Orchestra, the Chicago Symphony Orchestra and the Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra as co-principal bassonist in 1977
James "Jimmy" Sharrow (b. 1985), American professional ice hockey player