Sidley may refer to:

  • Sidley, East Sussex, England
    • Sidley railway station
    • Sidley United F.C. football club
  • Sidley Austin, American legal firm
  • Mount Sidley, a volcano in Antarctica
  • Sidley Wood, a Site of Special Scientific Interest in Hampshire, U.K.

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Anarchist Mountain
... plateau between Osoyoos, the town of Rock Creek, and the town of Sidley ... Anarchist Mountain and Sidley were both named after Richard G ... Sidley, a settler from Ontario who arrived in 1885, was appointed the first postmaster of Sidley in 1895, and was later made Justice of the Peace and ...
Sidley Austin - History - Origins in Chicago
... The firm that was to become Sidley Austin was formed in Chicago in 1866 by Norman Williams and John Leverett Thompson as the partnership of Williams Thompson ... several utility and railroad companies expanding in the West, Sidley joined the firm after having earned an LLB from Union College of Law and a further M.A ... By 1913, the firm's name was changed to Holt, Cutting Sidley, although Sidley would be the guiding personality for the Chicago firm through the 20th century ...
Sidley, East Sussex - Sport and Leisure
... Sidley has a Non-League football club Sidley United F.C ... the farmer who donated the ground for sporting activity, where they share with Sidley Cricket Club ...
Sidley United F.C. - Stadium
... Sidley United play their home games at Gullivers Sports Ground,Glovers Lane, North Road, Sidley, East Sussex, TN39 5BL ... ground for sporting activity, where they share with Sidley Cricket Club ... contains the clubhouse next to the main entrance and a new seater stand built to allow Sidley to play in Division One ...
Sidley Austin During 9/11/01
... of September 11, 2001 personally affected the employees of Sidley Austin ... Prior to the merger creating Sidley Austin Brown Wood, which took place just four months before the September 11, 2001 terror attacks, the head office of Brown Wood was ... Sidley Austin reopened its New York office on Monday, September 17, 2001 in the old Sidley Austin office on Third Avenue that it had planned on ...