Hanlon

Hanlon is a surname often associated with, but not necessarily tied to, the O'Hanlon Sept. The name may denote:

  • Darren Hanlon, Australian folk musician
  • George Hanlon, British-born acrobat (see Hanlon-Lees)
  • Glen Hanlon, Canadian ice hockey player and coach
  • John Hanlon (record producer), American record producer and recording engineer
  • The Reverend John J. Hanlon, chancellor of the Diocese of Albany
  • John Hanlon (singer), New Zealand singer-songwriter
  • Ned Hanlon, American baseball manager
  • Richie Hanlon, fictional character from Oz
  • Ritchie Hanlon, English football player and manager
  • Tommy Hanlon Jr, Australian television personality

Other articles related to "hanlon":

Thomas O'Hanlon
... Thomas O'Hanlon (c.1837 – 7 May 1897) was an Irish Nationalist politician who served as Member of Parliament (MP) for East Cavan from 1885 to 1892. 1890 over the leadership of Charles Stewart Parnell, O'Hanlon supported Parnell ...
Sé O'Hanlon - Specific Race History
... O'Hanlon dominated the Rás Tailteann and wore the leader's yellow jersey for 36 days, winning 24 stages, his first in 1960 ... In 1966 O'Hanlon rode against a French team which included Jean Bellay, who rode the 1954 Tour de France Bellay finished second to O'Hanlon ... O'Hanlon never won the race after 1967 but he was prominent each year until the mid-1970s ...
Magennis - The Border Chieftains of Ulster
... O'Hanlon Sept McCann Sept Belfast O'Hanlon Sept English Ulster O'Hanlon Sept Newry Mourne Mountains ...
Sé O'Hanlon
... Séamus "Sé" O'Hanlon also known as Shay O'Hanlon (born September 14, 1941 in Dublin, Ireland) is a former Irish amateur road racing cyclist ... O'Hanlon belonged to the National Cycling Association (NCA), one of the two cycling associations in Ireland at that time and the one whose members were excluded by ...