Tunney may refer to:

Tunney is also a surname of Irish origin, and may refer to:

  • Frank Tunney (1912–1983), Canadian wrestling executive
  • Gene Tunney (1897–1978), American professional boxer; world heavyweight champion 1926–28
  • Jack Tunney (1935–2004), Canadian wrestling promoter
  • James Tunney (Canadian politician) (b. 1927), Canadian farmer and politician from Ontario; served one term in the Senate of Canada
  • James Tunney (Irish politician) (1892–1964), Irish politician; served for seven terms in Seanad Éireann and one term in Dáil Éireann
  • Jim Tunney (American football official) (contemporary), American football referee
  • Jim Tunney (Irish politician) (1923–2002), Irish politician; TD for Dublin North West 1969–92; Lord Mayor of Dublin 1984–85
  • John V. Tunney (b. 1934), American politician from California; U.S. senator 1971–77; son of Gene Tunney
  • Paddy Tunney (1921–2002), Irish singer, songwriter, and poet
  • Rebecca Tunney, Olympic gymnast
  • Robin Tunney (b. 1972), American stage, film, and television actress
  • Thomas M. Tunney (b. 1955), American politician; alderman of the Chicago City Council since 2003

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Tunney's Pasture Station (OC Transpo)
... Tunney's Pasture Station is a stop on the transitway in Ottawa, Ontario ... It is located at the Tunney's Pasture government office complex, on Scott Street at Holland Avenue ...
Tunney's Pasture - History
... indicates, it was used as a farmer’s pasture and named after Anthony Tunney who pastured his cows on the empty land ... As a young man, Anthony Tunney emigrated from Ireland to Ottawa in 1867 ... The owner of the pasture, The Ottawa Lumber Merchants’ Association, hired Tunney to be the caretaker of the land and allowed him to graze his cattle in the field ...
Frank Tunney - Whipper Billy Watson
... Of all the wrestlers who ever worked for Tunney, the one who helped to put Tunney’s promotion on the map was Whipper Billy Watson ... Tunney estimated that Watson drew more than five million people in main events of shows in Toronto ... Tunney had never taken Watson seriously in the early years ...
The Lark In The Morning - Track Listing
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