Robidoux is a surname, and may refer to:

  • Alain Robidoux
  • Billy Jo Robidoux
  • David Robidoux
  • Ferdinand Joseph Robidoux
  • Florent Robidoux
  • Joseph Robidoux
  • Joseph-Émery Robidoux
  • Louis Rubidoux

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Other articles related to "robidoux":

Billy Jo Robidoux
... William Joseph Robidoux (born January 13, 1964, in Ware, Massachusetts) was a Major League Baseball player, primarily at first base, but also ... Drafted by the Milwaukee Brewers in the 6th round of the 1982 MLB amateur draft, Robidoux would make his Major League Baseball debut with the Milwaukee Brewers on September 11, 1985, playing with them until 1988 ... Robidoux now umpires high school baseball games in Western Massachusetts ...
Robidoux - See Also
... Roubidoux Creek Robidoux Pass Robidoux Row This page or section lists people with the surname Robidoux ...
Robidoux Pass
... Robidoux Pass, also known as Roubadeau Pass, Roubedeau Pass, Roubideau Pass, Roubidoux Passis and Roubadeau Pass Gap, is a gap passing through the Wildcat Hills near Scottsbluff, Nebraska about 9 miles (14 ... Robideau (also spelled Robidoux), who in the 1840s maintained a trading post east of the gap and later one at Scottsbluff ... River, forcing early travelers to swing south and go through Robidoux Pass, a natural gateway in the great bluffs ...
Alain Robidoux - Career
... Robidoux joined the pro circuit in the late 1980s, playing as a "non-tournament" professional ... In 1988, Robidoux amassed enough points in the World Championship qualifiers to finish in the top 128 players, and thus allowing him to join the tour full-time ... Robidoux's best ranking event performance was reaching the final of the German Open in 1996 when he lost 7–9 to Ronnie O'Sullivan ...
Rancho Jurupa (Rubidoux)
... Williams and Johnson then sold the property to Louis Robidoux (1796–1868), in 1849, and it eventually became known as the Robidoux ranch ... Robidoux (generally spelled "Rubidoux" in the Riverside area) had previously bought Rancho San Jacinto y San Gorgonio from James (Santiago) Johnson in ... was ceded to the United States, a claim for Rancho Jurupa was filed by Louis Robidoux with the Public Land Commission in 1852, and Robidoux received a ...