Sewell may refer to:

In people:

  • Anna Sewell (1820–1878), British writer, author of Black Beauty, daughter of Mary Wright Sewell
  • Anthony Sewell (b. 1962), American Bicycle Motocross racer
  • Brian Sewell, English art critic
  • Brocard Sewell (1912–2000), British monk and literary figure
  • Cecil Harold Sewell, British Army lieutenant, recipient of the Victoria Cross during World War I
  • Edward Granville Sewell, American mathematician and Intelligent Design proponent
  • Elyse Sewell (b. 1982), American fashion model
  • George Sewell (b. 1924), English actor
  • Gillian Sewell (b. 1972), Canadian field hockey player
  • Harry Sewell (b. 1885), British steeple chaser and Olympic athlete
  • Harley Sewell, American football player
  • Henry Sewell (1807–1879), first prime minister of New Zealand, brother of James Edwards Sewell and William Sewell
  • James Edwards Sewell (1810–1903), warden of New College, Oxford, brother of Henry Sewell and William Sewell
  • James Witt Sewell (1865–1955), British author and professor of English
  • Joe Sewell (1898–1990), American baseball player, brother of Luke Sewell
  • John Sewell, Mayor of Toronto
  • John Sewell (Miami), third Mayor of Miami, Florida
  • John Sewell (footballer), English footballer who played during the 1970s
  • Luke Sewell (1901–1987), American baseball player and manager, brother of Joe Sewell
  • Mary Wright Sewell, British children's author and mother of Anna Sewell
  • Robert Sewell (lawyer) (1751-1828), Attorney General of Jamaica
  • Robert Sewell (historian) (1845–1925), British civil servant in India and Indian historian
  • Rufus Sewell (b. 1967), English actor
  • Sicily Sewell, (b. 1983), American actress
  • William Sewell (1804–1874), English author, brother of James Edwards Sewell and Henry Sewell
  • William Elbridge Sewell (1851-1904), Governor of Guam
  • William H. Sewell (1909–2001), Sociology professor and chancellor of UW-Madison
  • William Joyce Sewell (1835–1901), US Senator from New Jersey

In geography:

  • Sewell, Bedfordshire
  • Sewell, Chile
  • Sewell, New Jersey
  • Sewell's Point, Norfolk, Virginia, United States
  • Sewall, British Columbia, Canada, sometimes misspelled Sewell


  • 22815 Sewell, an asteroid

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Leo Sewell - Biography
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Stephen Sewell (writer)
... Stephen John Sewell (born 13 March 1953 in Liverpool, New South Wales) is a highly acclaimed Australian playwright, novelist and screenwriter who has produced some of Australia's most awarded plays and whose work ... Born in Liverpool, New South Wales, Sewell's first theatre experience was in the 1970s in the fringe theatre while he was studying Science at the University of Sydney, where his first play was staged in ... In an interview in 2006 Sewell describes himself as an "angry writer" and a workaholic ...
Terri Sewell - U.S. House of Representatives - Elections
7 After four-term Democratic incumbent Artur Davis gave up the seat to run for governor, Sewell entered the Democratic primary—the real contest in this heavily Democratic, black-majority ... In the general election, Sewell trounced Republican challenger Don Chamberlain, taking 72.4 percent of the vote to become the first black woman elected to Congress from Alabama ... The 7th is so heavily Democratic that Sewell essentially clinched the seat by winning the primary ...
List Of United States Political Families (S) - The Sewells
... John Sewell (1867–1938), Mayor of Miami, Florida 1903-1907 ... George Sewell ... George Sewell (1875–1940), Mayor of Miami, Florida 1927-1929 1933-1935 1939-1940 ...