Gerrard may refer to:

  • Alfred Gerrard (1899–1998), sculptor
  • Anthony Gerrard (born 1986), English footballer
  • Lisa Gerrard (born 1961), vocalist for the band Dead Can Dance
  • Mady Gerrard (born 1931), Hungarian fashion designer (autobiography 'Full Circle') Publisher: KLPM Ltd ISBN-10: 095586500X ISBN-13: 978-0955865008
  • Mark Gerrard (born 1982), Australian rugby player
  • Paul Gerrard (born 1973), English goalkeeper
  • Steven Gerrard (born 1980), English footballer and captain of Liverpool F.C.
  • Wes Paul Gerrard (born 1943), English musician and music promoter
  • Gerrard Capashen, fictional character in the Magic: The Gathering trading card game
  • Gerrard, a fictional planet in the Star Wars galaxy
  • Gerrards Cross, a village in Buckinghamshire

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The Steel Bayonet - Plot
... Colonel Derry picks a company led by Major Alan Gerrard these men have been in the thick of the fighting around Tunis and are greatly reduced in number (described by the narrator as down ... So Gerrard's company set out on foot for the farm on the way they are joined by Captain Dickie Mead and his signaller, Ames ... Arriving at the farm, Gerrard's men chase out the occupants and dig slit trenches out in front of the farm ...
Sanctuary (2006 Film)
... Sanctuary or Sanctuary Lisa Gerrard is a 2006 documentary film about life and work of Australian musician and singer, Lisa Gerrard ... It includes extensive interviews of Lisa Gerrard and also people she has collaborated with in her career, including Michael Mann, Hans Zimmer ...
Mo'onia Gerrard - Domestic Career
... In the Commonwealth Bank Trophy, Gerrard played five years with the Sydney Sandpipers and during that time received the 1999 Best New Talent Award and shared the Player's Player Award in 2003 ... Late 2003 saw the demise of Gerrard's Sandpipers team, so she relocated to cross-town rivals the Sydney Swifts ... Gerrard's relocation was followed by a string of serious injuries, with an ankle injury keeping her out of the 2004 season, and a knee reconstruction curtailing her comeback in 2005 ...
Samuel Gerrard
... Samuel Gerrard (1767 – March 24, 1857) was a Canadian fur trader, businessman, militia officer, justice of the peace, politician, and seigneur ... Gerrard was born in Ireland at Gibbstown House, County Meath ... The Gerrards were a prosperous Anglo-Irish family who had held Gibbstown, an estate of some 1,270 acres, since the mid 17th century, and previous to that were seated at nearby Clongill Castle ...