Kerby may refer to:

  • Kerby, California
  • Kerby, Oregon
  • Kerby, Michigan
  • Kerby House, also known as the Randolph Plantation, historic Greek Revival plantation house and historic district
As a given name
  • Kerby Raymundo, Filipino basketball player
  • Kerby A. Miller
  • Kerby Farrell, (1913–1975), minor league baseball manager
As a surname
  • Kerby (Ipswich martyr) (died 1546)
  • Henry Kerby (1914–1971), British Conservative Member of Parliament for Arundel and Shoreham
  • Edwin Kerby (1885–1971), Australian politician
  • Trey Kerby (born 1984), American sports blogger
  • William F. Kerby (1908–1989), chairman and CEO of Dow Jones & Co. and publisher of The Wall Street Journal
  • William J. Kerby, (1870-1936) writer, sociologist and a Catholic social worker.
  • Bernadine Oliver-Kerby (born 1971), broadcaster

Other articles related to "kerby":

Robert Sterling - Life and Career - Television
... with Jeffreys, as the spirited George Kerby, to Jefferys' Marion Kerby in the television program Topper, based on the original 1937 film of the same name ... Wife Marion Kerby was referred to as "the ghostess with the mostest", while Sterling's character was known as "that most sporty spirit" ...
Caledonia Township, Shiawassee County, Michigan - Communities
... Kerby is an unincorporated community within the township on Kerby Road ... place it at Serr Road while the Federal government place it on Shipman Road from Kerby Road.42°59′58″N 84°04′09″W / 42.99944°N 84.06917°W / 42.99944 -84.06917 (Kerby ...
Bernadine Oliver-Kerby
... Bernadine Oliver-Kerby (born 14 June 1971) is a New Zealand broadcaster currently presenting the weekend bulletins of ONE News and newsreader for Newstalk ZB's ... Oliver-Kerby also appeared in the TV One documentary, Intrepid Journeys ... Born in Hamilton, New Zealand, Oliver-Kerby has two daughters, Maisey Tess, born December 2007 and Scarlett Jessica, born August 2009 ...
Kerby House
... The Kerby House, also known as the Randolph Plantation, is a historic Greek Revival plantation house and historic district in Prairieville, Alabama, USA ... The Kerby House was built in 1850 by the Randolph family ...
Edwin Kerby
... Edwin Thomas John Kerby (12 April 1885 – 5 July 1971) was an Australian politician ... McGrath successfully challenged Kerby's election in the courts, and a by-election was held in 1920 and won by McGrath ... Kerby became a businessman, focusing mainly on aviation, and became prominent among ex-servicemen's causes he held the leadership of the RSL ...