Yancey may refer to:

  • James Yancey, influential music producer
  • William Lowndes Yancey, fire-eating Alabama politician who supported secession
  • Rick Yancey, American novelist
  • Jimmy Yancey
  • Bartlett Yancey
  • Philip Yancey
  • Bert Yancey
  • Yancey Thigpen
  • Yancey County

Other articles related to "yancey":

Lovie Yancey
... Lovie Yancey (January 3, 1912 – January 26, 2008) was the American founder of the Fatburger restaurant chain ... In 1952, Yancey shed both her business partners and the "Mr." from the name of the hamburger stand, and Fatburger was officially born ... From the beginning, Yancey was a fixture at the original Fatburger, where customers, who included entertainers such as Redd Foxx and Ray Charles, could ...
Lewis Yancey - Death, Tributes, and Legacy
... Yancey died unexpectedly of a cerebral hemorrhage at his home in Yonkers, New York ... In his lifetime, Yancey received decorations from Albert I of Belgium, Pope Pius XI, Victor Emmanuel III of Italy and Benito Mussolini ... Navy, Yancey received a medal for his work on meteorology during World War I ...
Langdon Hall - History - Secession Debates
... Brownlow, and William Lowndes Yancey ... Yancey—ill in Montgomery—was not in attendance for most of the day, but as the anti-secessionists gained the upper hand as the day wore on, a special train was sent to bring him to Auburn ... As the debate prepared to wrap up in the early evening, Yancey finally arrived, extemporaneously speaking for an hour and a half on the arguments for secession ...
Lewis Yancey - History-making Flights
... In 1929 Yancey and Roger Q ... However, due to Yancey’s navigational calculations, once able to see their way, the team found themselves still exactly on course ... Upon arriving in Rome, Yancey and Williams were met with crowds “almost as fervent” as those greeting Lindbergh in Paris ...