Jessup

Jessup may refer to people real or fictional:

  • Edward Jessup, a political figure in Upper Canada, a former British province in what is now Canada
  • Edward Jessup, Jr., son of Edward Jessup
  • Edward Jessup III, grandson of Edward Jessup
  • Hamilton Dibble Jessup, brother of Edward Jessup III
  • Philip Jessup, a World Court Justice between 1961 and 1970
  • Marion Jessup, a female tennis player
  • Morris K. Jessup, a writer on the subject of Unidentified Flying Objects (UFOs)
  • Nathan Jessup, a fictional colonel in the film A Few Good Men
  • Ted Jessup, an American television writer, producer, and performer.

It may also refer to places:

Other uses:

  • Philip C. Jessup International Law Moot Court Competition

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Boxing At The 1908 Summer Olympics – Lightweight - Competition
... Jessup dominated his match, with Osborne not lasting past the first round ... easiest time of it in the round, nearly eliminating Jessup in the first ... The second round saw Jessup counted out ...
Jessup (MARC Station)
... Jessup is a passenger rail station on the MARC Camden Line between Washington, DC and Baltimore's Camden Station ... It was built on 8 Old Jessup Road, east of the embankment of the Jessup Road bridge over the Camden Line, a former Baltimore and Ohio Railroad line ...
Saint Ubaldo Day - Origin
... The borough of Jessup, a suburb of Scranton, organized and presented to the Luzerne County court for incorporation in December, 1876, grew in subsequent decades ... Italians came to Jessup mostly from Gubbio and other communities of the Umbria region's Province of Perugia ... Jessup's new sizable Perugian enclave transplanted the tradition of La Festa dei Ceri in 1909 ...