Mudd is a surname, and may refer to:

  • Daniel Mudd (b. 1956), American CEO, son of Roger Mudd
  • Harvey Seeley Mudd (1888-1955), American mining engineer, namesake of Harvey Mudd College
  • Howard Mudd (b. 1942), American football player and coach
  • Richard Mudd (1901-2002), grandson of Samuel Mudd
  • Roger Mudd (b. 1928), U.S. television journalist
  • Samuel Mudd (1833-1883), physician who set John Wilkes Booth's broken leg
  • Seeley G. Mudd (1895-1968), California physician whose foundation allowed for the construction of several academic halls in U.S. colleges and universities
  • Seeley W. Mudd (1861-1926), American mining engineer, father of Harvey Seeley Mudd and Seeley G. Mudd

Fictional characters

  • Harry Mudd, who appears in Star Trek: The Original Series and Star Trek: The Animated Series
  • Lt. Mudd, a character in Joseph Heller's novel Catch-22
  • Millicent Mudd

Other articles related to "mudd, mudds":

Seeley G. Mudd - Legacy
... Mudd contributed more than $10 million to private colleges and universities ... Mudd Foundation to continue the work "that educational excellence be supported in the form of grants for the construction of buildings for teaching, learning, and ... Mudd Learning Center Amherst College The Seeley Mudd Building Caltech The Seeley G ...
List Of United States Political Families (M) - The Mudds
... Sydney Emanuel Mudd I (1858–1911), Maryland House Delegate 1881. 1895, U.S ... Father of Sydney Emanuel Mudd II ... Sydney Emanuel Mudd II (1885–1924), candidate for Maryland House Delegate 1909, candidate for Republican nomination for U.S ...
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Seeley G. Mudd - Early Life
... Mudd was born in Denver, Colorado in 1895, and was the son of noted mining engineer Seeley W ... Mudd and Della Mullock Mudd ... Mudd, was a miner, businessman, and philanthropist ...
Seeley W. Mudd
... Seeley Wintersmith Mudd (1861–1926) was a mining engineer ... Mudd and Seeley G ... Mudd) moved to Los Angeles, California, where he worked as a consulting engineer for the Guggenheim Exploration Company ...