Alfred may refer to:

  • Alfred (bishop) (died 943)
  • Alfred (name)
  • Alfred the Great (849–899), king of Wessex
  • Alfred Aetheling (died 1036), son of King Ethelred II of England

In geography:

  • Lake Alfred, Florida
  • Alfred, Maine
  • Alfred (town), New York
  • Alfred (village), New York
  • Alfred, North Dakota
  • Alfred, Texas
  • Alfred, Ontario, Canada
  • Alfred Island, Nunavut, Canada
  • Alfred Town, a village in New South Wales, Australia
  • Mount Alfred, British Columbia, Canada

In fiction:

  • Alfred, a fictional penguin in the comic strip Zig et Puce
  • Alfred J. Kwak, a Dutch animated television series
  • Alfred Pennyworth, a DC comic book character who serves as Batman's butler
  • Alfred Brooks, the main character in The Contender, created by Robert Lipsyte

In music:

  • Alfred (Arne opera), a 1740 masque by Thomas Arne
  • Alfred (Dvořák opera), an 1870 opera by Antonín Dvořák


  • HMS Alfred (1778)
  • HMS King Alfred
  • HMS Royal Alfred (1864)
  • USS Alfred (1774)


  • Alfred (racehorse), a leading competitor for the 1849 Grand National Steeplechase that finished fourth
  • Alfred (software), an application launcher for Mac OS X
  • Alfred Music Publishing, a sheet music publisher
  • Alfred State College, New York
  • Alfred University, New York
  • The Alfred Hospital, a hospital in Melbourne, Australia

Other articles related to "alfred":

Edward Bloor - Novels
... Crusader, Harcourt, 1999 Story Time, Harcourt, 2001 London Calling, Alfred A ... Knopf, 2006 Taken, Alfred A ... Memory Lane, Kindle/Nook, 2010 A Plague Year, Alfred A ...
Ernest Tassart
... Alfred Parkins (1906–1985) was born in London but lost both parents before the age of 14 years ... Alfred was sent to international competitions in Europe, e.g ... In 1928, Alfred visited Maestro Giuseppe Mangiarotti in Milan and obtained the Diploma Academia D'armi Cremonese ...
Alfred Escher - Life - Origins and Family
... Alfred Escher was born into the Escher vom Glas family, an old and influential Zurich dynasty that had produced many prominent politicians ... A scandal surrounding Alfred Escher’s immediate forebears had, however, damaged the family’s reputation ... Finally Alfred Escher’s father Heinrich Escher (1776–1853) made a new fortune through speculative land deals and trading in North America ...
Johnson Brothers - Origins (1883-1888)
... The four original 'Johnson Brothers' were Alfred, Frederick, Henry and Robert ... Their father married the daughter of a master potter, Alfred Meakin ... In 1883 Alfred and Frederick Johnson began production at a defunct pottery known as the Charles Street Works they had purchased at a bankruptcy sale ...