Rudyard may refer to:

  • Rudyard, Montana, USA
  • Rudyard Township, Michigan, USA
  • Rudyard, Staffordshire, England
  • Rudyard Griffiths, TV anchor
  • Rudyard Kipling (1865–1936), English author and poet
  • Rudyard Spencer, Jamaican politician and Minister of Health
  • John Rudyard, second builder of the Eddystone Lighthouse (1708)
Fictional Characters
  • Rudyard Shelton, character from Darwin's Soldiers.

Other articles related to "rudyard":

Rudyard Lake
... Rudyard Lake is a reservoir in Rudyard, Staffordshire ... It is famous for being the namesake of Rudyard Kipling ...
Rudyard Kipling's Verse: Definitive Edition
... The Definitive Edition of the verse of Rudyard Kipling (1865–1936) was published in 1940 in London by Hodder and Stoughton, Ltd and in Edinburgh by R ... The fourth Inclusive Edition of Rudyard Kipling's Verse(1885–1932), in one volume, appeared in October 1933, and was followed by six impressions up to November 1939 ... The Definitive Edition of Rudyard Kipling's Verse appeared posthumously in 1940 ...
Churnet Valley Line - London Midland Scottish Years
... Further north, at Rudyard, there were quite a few changes as the LMS sold off the golf club and the Rudyard Hotel ... One result was a confusing change of station names Rudyard Lake was renamed Cliffe Park, and Rudyard was renamed Rudyard Lake ...
John Rudyard
... John Rudyard (frequently seen as Rudyerd) (1650-c1718) was contracted to build the second Eddystone Lighthouse, following the destruction of the original ... Rudyard owned a silk-merchanting shop on Ludgate Hill in London, and had substantial interests in a variety of properties ... A full biographical account of Rudyard's family background and career is contained in the second edition (2005) of Mike Palmer's account of the Eddystone Lighthouse ...