Oakley may refer to:

  • Oakley, Inc., an eyewear manufacturer
  • Baron Oakley, a hereditary title

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Other articles related to "oakley":

Sand Hill, Oakley, California
... -121.69556 Sand Hill is a former unincorporated community now annexed to Oakley in Contra Costa County, California ...
List Of United Kingdom Locations: Oa-Od - Oa
... Gloucestershire 51°51′N 2°22′W / 51.85°N 02.36°W / 51.85 -02.36 SO7517 Oakley Hampshire 51°14′N 1°11′W / 51.24°N 01.19°W / 51.24 -01.19 SU5650 Oakley Poole 50°47 ...
Oakley, Maryland
... Oakley is an unincorporated community in St ... Mary's County, Maryland, United States ...
Leonard Oakley
... Leonard Oakley (born 11 January 1916) is a former English cricketer who played eight first-class games for Worcestershire either side of the Second World War ... Oakley made his debut for Worcestershire against Middlesex at Worcester in late June 1935, taking the single wicket of Fred Price and scoring 6 and 0 from number ten ... However, two subsequent County Championship games brought Oakley only one wicket in total, and he played no more for two years ...
Lincroft Middle School - Pilgrims Oakley Cricket Club (POCC)
... Oakley also has a cricket club - Pilgrims Oakley Cricket Club ... It is based at the Oakley Recreation Ground ...

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