Hardie

Hardie is a surname, and may refer to

  • Andrew Hardie, Baron Hardie, British lawyer and politician
  • Andrew Hardie (radical)
  • Brad Hardie, Australian rules footballer
  • James Allen Hardie, (1823-76), American soldier
  • Keir Hardie, British politician
  • Martin Hardie
  • Michael Hardie Boys, New Zealand judge and Governor-General

Other articles related to "hardie":

Brian Hardie
... Brian Ross Hardie (born 14 January 1950) is a professional cricket player who played for Essex County Cricket Club and Scotland between 1970 and 1990 ... James Millar Hardie, he played at Stenhousemuir during the 1960s and 1970s, scoring 7065 runs before being signed for Essex where he opened the batting for many years alongside Graham Gooch ... of Scottish international cricketer Keith Millar Hardie ...
Sebastian Hardie - History - 1967–1973: Early Years
... Ford (ex-The Interns) made up the name 'Sebastian Hardie' when he founded Sebastian Hardie Blues Band in 1967 in Sydney ... Late in 1971, English left Sebastian Hardie when he won the role of Judas Iscariot in the Australian stage production of Jesus Christ Superstar from May 1972 ...
Sebastian Hardie
... Sebastian Hardie were Australia's first symphonic rock band ... They formed in Sydney in 1967 as Sebastian Hardie Blues Band but dropped the 'Blues Band' reference when they became pop-oriented ... An early member of Sebastian Hardie was Jon English (vocals, rhythm guitar), who starred as Judas Iscariot in the Australian version of the stage musical Jesus ...
Agnes Hardie
... Agnes Agnew Hardie (1874 – 24 March 1951) (née Pettigrew) was a British Labour politician ... She married George Hardie, who was a Member of Parliament (MP) and brother of Keir Hardie ...

Famous quotes containing the word hardie:

    I now understand what Christ suffered in Gethsemane as well as any man living.
    —James Keir Hardie (1856–1915)

    From his childhood onwards this boy will be surrounded by sycophants and flatterers.... In due course, following the precedent which has already been set, he will be sent on a tour of the world and probably rumours of a morganatic marriage alliance will follow, and the end of it will be the country will be called upon to pay the bill.
    —James Keir Hardie (1856–1915)