Audrain may refer to:

  • Fran├žois Audrain, a French singer and songwriter
  • Col. James Hunter Audrain, Col of militia in War of 1812 and member of Missouri state legislature.
  • Audrain County, Missouri, a county in Missouri, United States
  • USS Audrain (APA-59), a United States Navy Gilliam class attack transport that served during World War II.

Other articles related to "audrain":

USS Audrain (APA-59)
... USS Audrain (APA-59) at anchor, date and place unknown Career (USA) Name USS Audrain (APA-59) Namesake A county in Missouri Builder Consolidated. 1852, hull type S4-SE2-BD1 USS Audrain (APA-58) was a Gilliam-class attack transport that served with the US Navy during World War II ... Laid down 1 December 1943, Audrain was launched on 21 April 1944, acquired by the Navy 1 September 1944 and commissioned the next day ...
USS Audrain (APA-59) - Construction - World War II
... Audrain participated in two combat operations, the landings at Lingayen Gulf (9 January 1944) and the massive invasion of Okinawa (1 to 9 April 1945) ... Audrain got underway on 2 January 1945 with lask Group (TG) 77.9 with troops embarked for the assault on Luzon ... On the 18th, Audrain shaped a course for Biak, Schouten Islands ...
Audrain County, Missouri
... Audrain County is a county located in central Missouri in the United States. 1836, and named for Colonel James Hunter Audrain of the War of 1812 and whom later was elected to the state legislature ...
Vandalia, Missouri
... Vandalia is a city in Audrain and Ralls Counties in the U.S ... Brickplants are major employers in Audrain County today ... The Audrain County portion of Vandalia is part of the Mexico Micropolitan Statistical Area, while the Ralls County portion is part of the Hannibal Micropolitan Statistical Area ...