Drury

Drury may refer to:

  • Drury, New Zealand
  • Drury, Flintshire, UK
  • Drury University, formerly Drury College, Springfield, Missouri
  • Drury Hotels operator of Drury Inns
  • Drury Lane, a famous street in the Westend of London
  • Drury, a bridge convention
  • Newton B. Drury Scenic Parkway located in Redwood National and State Parks
  • HMS Drury (K316), a Captain class frigate

People named Drury:

  • Adam Drury (born 1978), English footballer
  • Alfred Drury (1859–1944), English architectural sculptor
  • Allen Drury (1918–1998), American novelist
  • Andy Drury (born 1983), English footballer
  • Arnold Drury (1912–1995), Australian politician
  • Ben Drury (born 1972), British freelance designer
  • Charles Carter Drury (1846–1914), Canadian Royal Navy admiral
  • Charles Drury (1912–1991), Canadian soldier, businessman and politician
  • Chris Drury (artist) (born 1948), British environmental artist
  • Chris Drury (born 1976), American ice hockey player
  • David Drury (disambiguation)
  • Dru Drury (1725–1804), British entomologist
  • Sir Drury Curzon Drury-Lowe (1830–1908), British Army Lietenant-General
  • Ernest Charles Drury (1878–1968), Premier of Ontario from 1919 to 1923
  • Henry Drury (1778–1841), English classical scholar
  • Herb Drury (1895–1965), Canadian ice hockey player
  • Herbert Drury (gymnast) (1883–1936), British gymnast
  • James Drury (born 1934), American actor
  • John de Drury and descendants
  • John Drury (disambiguation)
  • Joseph Drury (1750–1834), headmaster of Harrow school (1785–1805)
  • Karen Drury (born 1958), English actress
  • Maurice O'Connor Drury (1907–1976), English psychiatrist and student of Ludwig Wittgenstein
  • Morley Drury (1903–1989), Canadian American footballer
  • Nevill Drury (born 1947), English editor and publisher
  • Newton B. Drury (1889–1978), fourth director of the U.S. National Park Service
  • Nigel Drury (1911–1984), Australian politician
  • Patrick Drury, Irish actor
  • Peter Drury, British television sports commentator
  • Robert Drury (speaker) (15th-century–1536), knighted by Henry VII in 1497 after the battle of Blackheath
  • Robert Drury (priest) (1567–1607), English Roman Catholic priest
  • Shadia Drury (born 1950), Canadian academic
  • Shane Drury (1979–2006), professional American rodeo bull rider
  • Stephen Drury (born 1955), American pianist
  • Susanna Drury (1698–1770), Irish painter
  • Ted Drury (born 1971), retired American ice hockey player
  • Thomas Joseph Drury (1908–1992), first Roman Catholic bishop os San Angelo
  • Thomas Wortley Drury (1847–1926), Anglican priest
  • Timothy Drury (born 1961), British rock musician
  • Tom Drury (born 1956), American writer
  • William Drury (1527–1579), English statesman
  • William O'Bryen Drury (died 1811), senior officer of the British Royal Navy
  • William Price Drury (1861–1949), British Royal Marine Light Infantry officer, novelist and playwright

Other articles related to "drury":

Locko Park
... In 1790 the property was bequeathed to William Drury who changed his name by Royal Sign Manual dated 10 July 1790 to William Drury-Lowe ... Their son William also took the name Drury-Lowe in 1849 ... The house remains in the ownership of the Drury-Lowes, and is currently the residence of Lucy Palmer, the eldest daughter of Captain Patrick Drury-Lowe, and husband of David Palmer of the Huntley ...
Miles Peter Andrews - Works
... The Conjuror - a farce - Drury Lane 1774 The Election - a musical interlude - Drury Lane 1774 Belphegor, or the Wishes, a comic opera - Drury Lane 1778 Summer Amusement, or an Adventure at ...
Drury, Missouri
... Drury is an unincorporated community in Douglas County, Missouri, United States ... Spencer Spring Creek Walls Washington Wood Unincorporated communities Brushyknob Drury Gentryville Smallett Squires Vanzant ...
Stephen Drury
... Stephen Drury (born April 13, 1955) is an American pianist, conductor and electronic musician ... Drury has performed and recorded a range of compositions by classical and contemporary composers including Igor Stravinsky, Charles Ives, John Cage, Frederic Rzewski, Elliott Carter, and John Zorn ... Drury was a student of Margaret Ott, Patricia Zander, and Claudio Arrau ...
Tell It To The Marines - History
... William Price Drury, a novelist and retired Lieutenant Colonel of the Royal Marine Light Infantry, attributed it to King Charles II of Great Britain, reporting that he made the ... related in a preface of a 1904 collection of Drury's stories, The Tadpole of the Archangel however, Drury later admitted it was a fabrication ...