Hedley

Hedley may refer to Places:

  • Hedley, British Columbia
  • Hedley on the Hill, Northumberland
  • Hedley Hill, county Durham
  • Hedley, Texas

Hedley may refer to People or Groups:

  • Charles Hedley (1862–1926), malacologist from England and then Australia, winner of the Clarke Award
  • Charles Hedley (rugby league), Australian rugby footballer
  • Jack Hedley (born 1930 as Jack Hawkins), British actor
  • Lieut. Robert Hedley (1857–1884), English captain of the Royal Engineers in the 1878 FA Cup Final
  • Thomas Hedley, publisher
  • William Hedley (1779–1843), British industrial engineer
  • Hedley (band), a Canadian rock band
    • Hedley (album), their self-titled debut album

Fictional characters

  • Roland Hedley, reporter in the comic strip Doonesbury
  • Hedley Lamarr, conniving Attorney General in Blazing Saddles

Other articles related to "hedley":

Arthur Hedley
... Arthur Hedley (12 November 1905 – 8 November 1969), English musicologist and scholar, biographer of Frédéric Chopin ... Arthur Hedley was educated at Durham and at the Sorbonne, and he devoted much of his life to the study of the composer Frédéric Chopin and his music. 1947 saw the publication of Hedley's biography of Chopin, as part of The Master Musicians series ...
Theodore Doxford - Family
... survived to adulthood Margaret Eveline (1864–1960), married John Hunt Hedley (1858–1914), a valuer ... Harold (1869-1869) Mary Hannah (1870–1948), married Alfred Octavius Hedley (1861–1926 brother of the above John Hunt Hedley), a solicitor ...
Hedley Fitton
... Hedley Fitton (1859 in Didsbury, Manchester - 19 July 1929 Surrey), was an engraver and printmaker noted mainly for his architectural etchings ... Hedley Fitton was familiar with the old windmills on the southeast coast not far from London and produced a popular etching called "The Two Mills" ...