Simpkins

Simpkins is a surname, and may refer to:

  • Andy Simpkins (1932–1999), American jazz musician
  • C. O. Simpkins (b. 1947), American physician, biographer, and historian
  • Charles Simpkins (b. 1963), American Olympic athlete
  • Chris Simpkins (contemporary), Chief Executive of the Falkland Islands 2003–2007
  • Dickey Simpkins (b. 1972), American professional basketball player
  • James Simpkins (b. unknown, d. 2004), Canadian cartoonist and artist
  • John Simpkins (1862–1898), American politician from Massachusetts; U.S. representative 1895–98
  • Luke Simpkins (b. 1964), Australian politician from Western Australia
  • Michael Simpkins (b. 1978), English professional football player
  • Paul Simpkins (contemporary), Australian professional rugby league referee
  • Ron Simpkins (b. 1958), American professional football player
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Other articles related to "simpkins":

Michael Simpkins - Career
... Simpkins then moved closer to his native Sheffield by linking up with Worksop Town ahead of the 2005–06 season, and spent just over a year with the Tigers, establishing himself as a first-team ... Simpkins then signed for Buxton, but left the club after a change of heart very soon afterwards and instead joined Grantham Town ... Budget cuts at Grantham forced Simpkins' departure in January 2008 ...
Luke Simpkins
... Luke Xavier Linton Simpkins (born 8 June 1964) is an Australian politician ... Luke Simpkins was unsuccessful in his attempt to win the seat from Labor's Graham Edwards at the 2004 federal election, despite securing a 4.7% swing in the party's favour ... Simpkins spent 15 years in the Army, resigning in 2002 as a Commissioned Officer, holding the rank of Major ...
St. Louis Simpkins-Ford - Year By Year - 1947-1948
... Despite its outstanding roster, Simpkins struggled in its first season in the St ... Louis Raiders, Steamfitters and Simpkins ... Simpkins finished third with eleven points and a 4-5-3 record ...
St. Louis Simpkins-Ford - Year By Year - 1949-1950
... In 1950, Simpkins took both the league title and the National Challenge Cup ... On April 22, 1950, Simpkins defeated Fall River Ponta Delgada 2-0 ... held on May 7, 1950, ended in a 1-1 tie with Simpkins taking the title on aggregate ...
Cuthbert Ormond Simpkins - Early Years
... Simpkins' father, C ... Until he was fourteen, Simpkins, lived with his family in Shreveport, at the time a heavily segregated city ... Simpkins, Sr ...