Finney

Finney may refer to:

People named Finney
  • Albert Finney (b. 1936), English actor
  • Alex Finney (1902–1982), English association footballer
  • Ben Finney (b. 1934), American anthropologist, co-founder of the Polynesian Voyaging Society
  • Charles Grandison Finney (1792–1875), American revivalist
  • Charles G. Finney (1905–1984), American newspaperman and writer
  • Christopher Finney (b. 1984), British soldier
  • Jack Finney (1911–1995), American author
  • Tom Finney (b. 1922), English association footballer
  • John Morton-Finney (1889–1998), civil rights activist, lawyer and educator
Places named Finney
  • Finney County, Kansas
  • Finneytown, Ohio

Other articles related to "finney":

Finney, Texas - Education
... Finney is served by the Guthrie Common School District. ...
Steve Finney - Playing Career
... Finney began his career as an apprentice with Preston North End, where he made his professional debut during 1991–92 ... In the summer of 1995, Finney moved to Swindon Town, scoring 12 times in his first season to help them to the Division Two title ... a loan spell with Cambridge United in 1997, Finney remained with Swindon until July 1998, when he moved to Carlisle United ...
Charles G. Finney
... Finney (December 1, 1905 – April 16, 1984) was an American fantasy novelist and newspaperman ... His full name was Charles Grandison Finney, evidently after his great-grandfather, the evangelist Charles Grandison Finney ...
Lowe Finney - Education and Career - Tennessee Senate
... Lowe Finney was first elected to the state senate in 2006, having won against Republican incumbent Don McLeary by 456 votes ... Senator Finney is also a member of the Environment, Conservation and Tourism Government Operations and Joint Lottery Oversight Committees ... In 2010, Finney ran for re-election and, again, defeated McLeary in a close race ...
The Distractions - History
... formed in 1975 by college friends Mike Finney (vocals) and Steve Perrin (guitar), alongside Lawrence Tickle (bass) and Tony Trappe (drums) ... tack with the advent of punk in 1977 and Finney and Perrin recruited a new line-up of Pip Nicholls (bass), Adrian Wright (guitar), and Alec Sidebottom (drums, formerly of The Purple Gang), now mixing punk rock with ... After the band imploded, Finney went on to work with the Secret Seven and the Art of Noise Kadmon played briefly with The Fall and later went to work in Kiss Kiss Bang Bang ...