Thomas Ridgewayor Ridgway may refer to:
Derby is a former United Kingdom Parliamentary constituency. It was a constituency of the House of Commons of the Parliament of England, then of the Parliament of Great Britain from 1707 to 1800 and of the Parliament of the United Kingdom from 1801 to 1950. It was represented by two members of parliament. It was divided into the single-member constituencies of Derby North and Derby South in 1950.
Thomas Ridgeway, 1st Earl of Londonderry was an English administrator active in Ireland, in particular in the Ulster Plantation.
Thomas Ridgway was an English trader who specialised in the import and sale of tea during the early 19th century.
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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 most prolific serial killer in United States history according to confirmed murders. He killed myriad teenage girls and women in the state of Washington during the 1980s and 1990s.
Ridgway may refer to:
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 district of North East Derbyshire in the county of Derbyshire in England.
Robert Ridgway was a nineteenth-century congressman, lawyer and editor 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.
The Big Heat is the 1986 debut solo album by former Wall of Voodoo vocalist Stan Ridgway, named after the 1953 film noir of the same name. Originally released as a nine-song album, including the #4 UK hit "Camouflage", the album was re-released in 1993 with six additional tracks. In 1986, the album reached #131 on The Billboard 200.
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.
The Meleager of Skopas is a lost bronze sculpture of the Greek hero Meleager – host of the Calydonian boar hunt – that is associated in modern times with the fourth century BCE architect and sculptor Skopas of Paros. The sculpture escaped mention in any classical writer. It is judged to have been a late work in the sculptor's career, but it is known only through a number of copies that vary in quality and in fidelity to the original, which show it to have been one of the famous sculptures of antiquity: "the popularity of the Meleager during Roman times was certainly great," notes Brunilde Sismondo Ridgway, who reports Andrew F. Stewart's count of 13 statues, 4 torsos, 19 heads busts and herms, a variant with changed stance and attributes, and 11 versions adapted for a portrait or a deity. Six or seven of the accepted copies are accompanied by a dog, 12 wear a chlamys, 3, clinching the sculptural type's identification with Meleager, are accompanied by a boar's head trophy, as in the Vatican Meleager. Ms Ridgeway accounts for the sculpture's popularity in part "by the appeal that hunting figures had for the Romans, through their heroizing connotations."
Robert Ridgway (1850–1929) was an ornithologist.
Ridgway is both a given name and a surname. Notable people with the name include:
Paul Matthew Ridgway is a former English cricketer. Ridgway is a right-handed batsman who bowls right-arm fast-medium. He was born at Airedale, Yorkshire.
Ridgeway is a surname. Notable people with the surname include:
Township Township may refer to the following townships in the United States:
Ridgeway Pitt, 3rd Earl of Londonderry 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 Apartments, also known as North Ridgeway Apartments & South Ridgeway Apartments, are two historic apartment buildings located at Joplin, Jasper County, Missouri. They were built in 1918, and are three-story, rectangular brick buildings. Each measures approximately 42 feet by 125 feet and feature centrally placed entrances embellished with a prominent pediment surround and stepped parapets that crown the main facade.
Ridgway Christian School (RCS) is a private K–12 Christian school in Pine Bluff, Arkansas. It is 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 is owned by the Pine Bluff Educational Endowment (PBEE); This campus is known as Ridgway Christian High School (RCHS).