Denman may refer to:

  • Denman (horse), a racehorse, winner of the 2008 Cheltenham Gold Cup
  • Denman Arena, a sports arena located in Vancouver, British Columbia
  • Denman College, an adult education college in Oxfordshire, England
  • Denman Glacier, a glacier near Antarctica
  • Denman Island, one of the Gulf Islands of British Columbia, Canada
  • Denman, New South Wales, a town in the Hunter Valley of Australia
  • Denman Wildlife Area, a wilderness area located in the Rogue Valley, Oregon, United States

Other articles related to "denman":

Thomas Denman (physician) - Family
... Denman died at his town house in Mount Street, London, 26 November 1815, and was buried in the St ... His eldest son, Thomas Denman the younger became Chief justice of England, one of his two daughters married Dr ... Croft was trained by Denman and eventually committed suicide as a result of losing a princess's child ...
Thomas Denman (physician)
... Thomas Denman, the elder, M.D ... He was the second son of John Denman (or Thomas), an apothecary born at Bakewell, Derbyshire, on 27 June 1733 ... The phenomenon of Denman's spontaneous evolution, by which a spontaneous impaction of the shoulder of a foetus resolves a difficult transverse delivery during childbirth, is named after ...
Sir Richard Denman, 1st Baronet
... Sir Richard Douglas Denman, 1st Baronet (24 August 1876 – 22 December 1957), was a British Member of Parliament (MP) ... Denman was the son of Richard Denman, a court clerk and Helen Mary McMicking ... Thomas Denman, 1st Baron Denman, Lord Chief Justice of the King's Bench, was his great-grandfather ...
Denman, New South Wales
... Denman is a small rural town in New South Wales, Australia, in Muswellbrook Shire ... At the 2006 census, Denman had a population of 1,385 people ... Denman is situated on the Hunter River near the Wollemi National Park ...
Middleton Hall, Stoney Middleton
... Finney's daughter and, in 1790 his heir, married Joseph Denman MD of Bakewell, on whose death the property passed to his nephew Thomas Denman, who was Lord Chief Justice, 1832-50 ... see Baron Denman ... The house was let out to tenants 1817-1830 but Denman retook possession and altered and extended the house ...