Collingwood

Collingwood is an English placename (meaning "wood of disputed ownership") and the source of an English habitational surname. It may refer to:

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Lardie Tulloch
... Tulloch (born 15 April 1871–1955) was an Australian rules footballer who played for Collingwood in the early years of the Victorian Football League (VFL) ... Tulloch was a member of the Collingwood side which played in the inaugural VFL season, in 1897 ... A versatile player who was used at all ends of the ground, Tulloch was appointed Collingwood captain in 1902 and led Collingwood to the premiership that season, putting his name into history as the club's first ever ...
Lawrance Collingwood
... Lawrance Arthur Collingwood CBE (14 March 1887 – 19 December 1982) was an English conductor, composer and record producer ... Lawrance Collingwood was born in London and became a choirboy at Westminster Abbey ... Collingwood retired from Sadler’s Wells in 1946 ...
Collingwood, Nova Scotia
... Collingwood is a community in the Canadian province of Nova Scotia, located in Cumberland County ... / 45.6073139°N 63.938028°W / 45.6073139 -63.938028 (Collingwood, Nova Scotia) ...
Stephen Patterson - AFL Career
... A Norwood recruit, Patterson was used mostly as a rover at Collingwood ... gathered three Brownlow Medal votes from Collingwood's win over North Melbourne in the final home and away match of the 1997 season ... in the 1998 season saw him finish the year third in Collingwood's Copeland Trophy voting ...