Jaffray may be:


  • John Jaffray (1818-1901), British journalist
  • Robert A. Jaffray (1873-1945), Canadian religious leader
  • David Jaffray (born c. 1970), Canadian medical physicist
  • Jason Jaffray (born 1981), Canadian hockey player


  • "Katharine Jaffray", song
  • Jaffray, British Columbia

See also:

  • Jaffray Baronets

Other articles related to "jaffray":

Birmingham Journal (nineteenth Century) - History - Feeney
... He swiftly appointed the young John Jaffray to the editorship and maintained the popular appeal of a moderate Radical line ... class divisions of the cities of the North of England and Feeney and Jaffray's instinct was to follow local opinion rather than stay loyal to a movement ... levels of literacy and decreasing costs of production, coupled with Feeney and Jaffray's journalistic and commercial flair, saw circulation rise to 23,000 by the 1850s ...
Jaffray, British Columbia - External Links
... Singer/Songwriter Dean Brody Website Acrylic Artist John de Jong Website Official Jaffray Volunteer Fire Department Website Job Board Resource for Jaffray Area ...
Piper Jaffray
... Piper Jaffray (NYSE PJC) is a full-service investment bank and asset management firm focused on mergers and acquisitions, financial restructuring, public ... Through its principal subsidiary, Piper Jaffray Co ... Based in Minneapolis, Minnesota, Piper Jaffray has 35 offices in the U.S ...
Jason Jaffray - Playing Career
... Jaffray appeared in five seasons of major junior in the Western Hockey League ... In 1999–2000, Jaffray appeared in the 2000 Memorial Cup as Kootenay won the WHL Championship ... Midway through Jaffray's final WHL season, 2000–01, he was traded to the Swift Current Broncos and accumulated a junior career-high 83 points in 73 games ...
Jaffray Baronets, of Skilts (1892)
... Sir John Jaffray, 1st Baronet (1818-1901) Sir William Jaffray, 2nd Baronet (1852-1914) Sir John Henry Jaffray, 3rd Baronet (1893-1916) Sir William Edmund Jaffray, 4th Baronet (1895-1953 ...