Terrell may refer to:

  • Places:
    • Terrell, North Carolina, unincorporated community in Catawba County, North Carolina, United States
    • Terrell, Texas, city in Kaufman County, Texas, United States
    • Terrell County (disambiguation), name of two counties in the United States
    • Terrell Hills, Texas, independent municipality in Bexar County, Texas
    • Terrell No. 101, Saskatchewan, rural municipality in south-southwestern Saskatchewan, Canada
  • People:
    • Chris Terrell (born 1972), American basketball coach
    • Claude Terrell (born 1982), American football player
    • Daryl Terrell (born 1975), American football player
    • David Terrell (wide receiver) (born 1979), American football player
    • David Terrell (safety) (born 1975), American football player
    • David Terrell (fighter) (born 1978), American martial artist
    • Ernie Terrell (born 1939), American boxer, singer, and record producer
    • George Terrell (1862-1952), English politician
    • Heather Terrell, American writer and lawyer
    • James C. Terrell (1806-1835), American politician
    • Jean Terrell (born 1944), American singer
    • Joseph M. Terrell (1861-1912), American politician
    • Leo Terrell, American lawyer
    • Mary Church Terrell (1863-1954), American writer and civil rights activist
    • Pat Terrell (born 1968), American football player
    • Paul Terrell, American businessman
    • Suzanne Haik Terrell (born 1954), American lawyer and politician
    • Tammi Terrell (1945-1970), American singer
    • Tillotson Terrell (1785-1838), American pioneer
    • Tracy D. Terrell, American education theorist
    • Walt Terrell (born 1958), American baseball player
    • William Terrell (1778-1855), American politician
    • William Glenn Terrell, Sr. (1877-1964), Florida Supreme Court justice
    • William Glenn Terrell, Jr. (1920- ), Washington State University president

  • People with Terrell as a first name:
    • Terrell Baker, American musician
    • Terrell Brandon (born 1970), American basketball player
    • Terrell Buckley (born 1971), American football player
    • Terrell Ward Bynum (born 1941), American philosopher
    • Terrell Carver (born 1946), American professor
    • Terrell Davis (born 1972), American football player
    • Terrell Fletcher (born 1973), American football player
    • Terrell Forbes (born 1981), English footballer
    • Terrell Lowery (born 1970), American baseball player
    • Terrell Myers (born 1974), American basketball player
    • Terrell Owens (born 1973), American football player
    • Terrell Phillips, American singer
    • Terrell Stone, American musician
    • Terrell Suggs (born 1982), American football player
    • Terrell Thomas (born 1985), American football player
    • Terrell Wade (born 1973), American baseball player
  • Other:
    • Terrell rotation, mathematical and physical effect
    • Terrell County Independent School District, public school district in Sanderson, Texas, United States
    • Terrell Independent School District, public school district in Terrell, Texas, United States

Other articles related to "terrell":

Tom Terrell (journalist) - Professional Life
... From 2005 until his death, Terrell reviewed music for "All Things Considered" on National Public Radio ... Terrell was instrumental in masterminding the U.S ... Terrell wrote the liner notes for the six-c.d ...
Terrell Croft
... Terrell Croft (1880–1967) was an American engineer and author of technical books on electrical and mechanical subjects, most or all of which were published by McGraw-Hill ... consulting engineer, operating his own firm, Terrell Croft Engineering Company ...
Terrell Municipal Airport
... Terrell Municipal Airport (IATA TRL, ICAO KTRL) is a public access airport located within the city limits of Terrell, Texas, 1 mile SE of central Terrell ... It is owned and operated by the city of Terrell, Texas ...
Mary Church Terrell House
... Mary Church Terrell House was a home of civil rights leader Mary Church Terrell in Washington, D.C. ... Terrell was the first black woman to serve on an American school board, in 1896 ...

Famous quotes containing the word terrell:

    I cannot help wondering sometimes what I might have become and might have done if I had lived in a country which had not circumscribed and handicapped me on account of my race, but had allowed me to reach any height I was able to attain.
    —Mary Church Terrell (1863–1954)