Upshaw

Upshaw is a surname of English origin. Notable people with this name include:

  • Cecil Upshaw (1942–1995), American baseball player
  • Courtney Upshaw (born 1989), American football player
  • Dawn Upshaw (born 1960), American operatic and classical soprano
  • Gene Upshaw (1945–2008), American football player
  • Grace Upshaw (born 1975), American Olympic track and field athlete
  • Jessica Upshaw (1959–2013), American politician and lawyer
  • Kelvin Upshaw (born 1963), American basketball player
  • L. W. Upshaw, American college football coach
  • Marvin Upshaw (born 1946), American football player
  • Orrin Upshaw (1874–1937), American Olympic tug-of-war athlete
  • Regan Upshaw (born 1975), American football player
  • T. D. Upshaw (fl. 1930–1931), American college football coach
  • William D. Upshaw (1866–1952), American prohibitionist and politician from Georgia; U.S. representative 1919–27
  • Willie Upshaw (born 1957), American baseball player
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Willie Upshaw - Bio
... Upshaw was drafted by the New York Yankees in the 5th round of the 1975 Major League Baseball Draft ... Prior to the 1988 season, Upshaw's contract was purchased by the Cleveland Indians ... Upshaw is currently Major League Baseball's career leader in home runs (123) and RBIs (528) for players whose surname begins with the letter U ...
Grace Upshaw
... Grace Upshaw (born September 25, 1975 in Berkeley, California) is an American track and field athlete who competes in the long jump ... Her father, Monte Upshaw, broke the US scholastic long jump record held by Jesse Owens ... Her older sister Joy Upshaw holds several American masters records ...
William David Upshaw
... William David Upshaw (October 15, 1866 – November 21, 1952) served eight years in Congress (1919–1927), where he was such a strong proponent of the temperance movement that he ... However, Upshaw was not sympathetic with the Klan, and, on one occasion, ran against a Klan-supported candidate for public office ... Known as the "Billy Sunday of Congress," Upshaw was supported politically by the most powerful names in Southern Protestantism, including evangelist Bob Jones, Sr ...
Marvin Upshaw
... Marvin Allen Upshaw (born November 22, 1946 in Robstown, Texas) is a former American football defensive lineman in the National Football League ... He is the younger brother of the late Gene Upshaw, who was an offensive lineman for the Oakland Raiders, executive director of the National Football League Players' Association (NFLPA ... Mike Hull Lee White Jim Hill Mo Moorman Dennis Homan Marvin Upshaw George Daney John Williams Earl McCullouch Eldridge Dickey Bill Lueck Doug Crusan Draft years 80. 81 ...