Thomas Ridgewayor Ridgway may refer to:
Gary Leon Ridgway, also known as the Green River Killer, is an American serial killer. He was initially convicted of 48 separate murders. As part of his plea bargain, another conviction was added, bringing the total number of convictions to 49, making him the second most prolific serial killer in United States history according to confirmed murders. He killed many teenage girls and women in the U.S. state of Washington during the 1980s and 1990s.
General Matthew Bunker Ridgway was a senior officer in the United States Army, who served as Supreme Allied Commander Europe (1952–1953) and the 19th Chief of Staff of the United States Army (1953–1955). Although he saw no service in World War I, he was intensively involved in World War II, where he was the first Commanding General (CG) of the 82nd "All American" Airborne Division, leading it in action in Sicily, Italy and Normandy, before taking command of the newly formed XVIII Airborne Corps in August 1944. He held the latter post until the end of the war in mid-1945, commanding the corps in the Battle of the Bulge, Operation Varsity and the Western Allied invasion of Germany.
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A ridgeway (road) is a road or path that follows a ridge, or the highest part of the landscape.
John Ridgway or Ridgeway may refer to:
Ridgeway is a village in the North East Derbyshire in the county of Derbyshire in England.
Robert Ridgway was a nineteenth-century congressman, lawyer and journalist from Virginia.
The Apollo of Piombino or the Piombino Boy is a famous Greek bronze statuette in late Archaic style that depicts the god as a kouros or youth, or it may be a worshipper bringing an offering. The bronze is inlaid with copper for the boy's lips, eyebrows, and nipples. The eyes, which are missing, were of another material, perhaps bone or ivory.
William Guyton the younger JP (1816–84) was the second Mayor of Wellington, New Zealand in 1843. A position he obtained on the death of George Hunter and held until the Borough was abolished by the British Government.
The Big Heat is the debut solo album by American musician Stan Ridgway, released in 1986 by I.R.S. Records. Named after the 1953 film noir of the same name, the original release consisted of nine songs, including the No. 4 UK hit "Camouflage". In 1986, the album reached No. 131 on the Billboard 200. The album was re-released in 1993 with six additional tracks and again re-released in 2007.
Ridgway Brewster Knight was an American diplomat who served as Ambassador to Syria (1961–1965), Belgium (1965–1969) and Portugal (1969–1973).
Suzanne Ridgeway was an American film actress who appeared in approximately 115 films between 1933 and 1959. She was most often credited as Suzanne Ridgway. Other billings included Suzy Marquette and Susan Ridgway.
Robert Ridgway (1850–1929) was an ornithologist.
Ridgway is both a given name and an English surname. Notable people with the name include:
Ridgeway is an English surname.
Ridgway Township may refer to the following townships in the United States:
Ridgeway Pitt, 3rd Earl of Londonderry of Soldon in the parish of Holsworthy in North Devon, was a British politician and peer.
John Ridgeway of Abbots Carswell and Tor Mohun in Devon, was a lawyer who served as a Member of Parliament, twice for Dartmouth in 1539 and 1545 and twice for Exeter in 1553 and 1554.
Ridgway Christian School (RCS) was a private K–12 Christian school in Pine Bluff, Arkansas. At one time it was the only private school in operation in all of Jefferson County. Pine Bluff First Assembly of God is the school's parent church. The 30-acre (12 ha) middle and high school campus was owned by the Pine Bluff Educational Endowment (PBEE); This campus was known as Ridgway Christian High School (RCHS).
Stan Ridgway (1915-1985) was an Australian rugby league footballer who played in the 1930s and 1940s. He played in the NSWRFL premiership for North Sydney as a fullback.