Segrave

Segrave is a surname and can refer to:

An English baronial family:

  • Stephen de Segrave (c.1171-9 November 1241), Chief Justiciar of England
  • Gilbert de Segrave (d. 1254), son of Stephen
  • Nicholas de Segrave, 1st Baron Segrave (d. November 1295), son of Gilbert
  • Nicholas Seagrave (ca. 1260-1322), "Lord of Stowe" and son of Nicholas, 1st Baron Segrave
  • Gilbert Segrave (died 1316) bishop of London from 1313 to 1316, son of Nicholas, 1st Baron Segrave
  • John de Segrave, 4th Baron Segrave, married, as her first husband, Margaret, Duchess of Norfolk

A pioneer in motorsport:

  • Henry Segrave (1896 – 1930), water and land speed record holder
  • Segrave Trophy, an award for innovations in transport named after Henry Segrave
  • Blackburn Segrave a 1930s touring aircraft by Blackburn Aircraft

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Segrave Trophy
... The Segrave Trophy is awarded to the British national who accomplishes the most outstanding demonstration of the possibilities of transport by land, sea, air ... The trophy is named in honour of Sir Henry Segrave, and has been awarded in most years since 1930 ... A subsidiary award, the Segrave Medal, may also be given ...
Segrave - See Also
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Stephen De Segrave
... Stephen de Segrave (or Stephen Sedgrave or Stephen Segrave) (c. 1171 – 9 November 1241) was a medieval Chief Justiciar of England ...
Blackburn Segrave - History
... was designed by the racing driver (and world land speed record holder) Sir Henry Segrave as a twin-engine four-seat touring monoplane ... A wooden prototype, designated Saro Segrave Meteor I was built by Saunders Roe at Cowes ... built by Blackburn Aircraft at Brough Aerodrome with the designation Blackburn CA.18 Segrave ...
Miss England II - Death of Segrave
... On Friday 13 June 1930, Segrave drove Miss England II to a new record of 98.76 mph (85.82 kn 158.94 km/h) average over two runs on Windermere ... Segrave, who was rescued unconscious as the boat sank regained consciousness for a moment and asked about the fate of "his men" ...