Allenby is a surname of English origin and may refer to:

  • Edmund Allenby, 1st Viscount Allenby (1861–1936), a British soldier
    • Named for the above:
    • Allenby Street, Tel Aviv, Israel
    • Allenby Bridge between Jordan and Israel
    • Allenby Square, name given in succession to two squares in Jerusalem
    • Allenby Camp, site of a former British Army camp in Jerusalem
    • Allenby Garden in Beersheba
    • Foch-Allenby, neighborhood in Beirut Central District
    • Allenby, British Columbia, Canada (adjacent Allenby Lake was named for the town, not Lord Allenby)
  • Braden Allenby, an environmental scientist
  • Allenby Beardsley, a fictional character from G Gundam

A common variant is "Allanby"

  • Nick Allanby, Australian cricketer
  • Richard Allanby, Australian cricketer

Other articles related to "allenby":

Allenby, British Columbia
... Allenby was an important copper-mining company town in the Similkameen Country of the Southern Interior of British Columbia, Canada, just south of the town of Princeton ... Allenby was named for Edmund Henry Hynman Allenby (1861-1936), British field marshal in Egypt and Palestine in World War I (he was the first Viscount Allenby, 1919, later Lord Allenby ...
The Second Allenby Square
... Allenby, whose memory is regarded with some favour in official Israel, was deprived in 1967 of "his" square, and the authorities decided to bestow the name on this neglected area around the monument ...
The First Allenby Square
... Allenby held his ceremony at the square near Jaffa gate, which was then named "Allenby Square." Throughout the years of British rule in Mandatory Palestine, Allenby Square was in the ... The 1949 Armistice Agreements fixed the position of Allenby Square as part of the no-man's-land, and it remained such until the conquest of East Jerusalem and its annexation to Israel in 1967 ...
Sultanate Of Egypt - Egyptian Revolution of 1919
... military figure, Field Marshal Sir Edmund Allenby (later created 1st Viscount Allenby in October of that year), one of the greatest British heroes of World War I ... After persuading Field Marshal Allenby to release the Wafd leaders and to permit them to travel to Paris, the Egyptian group agreed to sign a statement urging the people to stop ... Allenby, who was convinced that this was the only way to stop the revolt, then had to persuade the British government to agree ...
Allenby Square
... Allenby Square, a name commemorating Field Marshal Edmund Allenby who commanded the British forces which captured Palestine in the First World War, has been bestowed ...