Ludlow (disambiguation)


Ludlow (disambiguation)

Ludlow may refer to:

In geography:

* Ludlow, Shropshire, England
* Ludlow Rural District, Shropshire, England
* Ludlow, California
* Ludlow, Colorado
* Ludlow, Illinois
* Ludlow, Kentucky
* Ludlow, Maine
* Ludlow, Massachusetts
* Ludlow, Missouri
* Ludlow, New Brunswick
* Ludlow, South Dakota
* Ludlow (town), Vermont
* Ludlow (UK Parliament constituency)
* Ludlow (village), Vermont
* Ludlow Avenue village of Clifton, in Cincinnati, Ohio
* Ludlow Falls, Ohio
* Ludlow Street (Manhattan)
* Ludlow Township, Allamakee County, Iowa
* Ludlow Township, Champaign County, Illinois
* Ludlow Township, Washington County, Ohio
* Port Ludlow, Washington

In the United States Navy:

* Augustus Ludlow, officer in the United States Navy during the War of 1812
* Charles Ludlow, officer in the United States Navy during the War of 1812
* USS Ludlow (DD-112), Wickes class destroyer, the second ship to carry the name Ludlow
* USS Ludlow (DD-438), Gleaves class destroyer, the third ship to carry the name Ludlow

In other fields:

* Conrad Ludlow, an American dancer and professor of Dance
* Baron Ludlow, an extinct title in the Peerage of Ireland
* Donna Ludlow, fictional English soap opera character
* Earl Ludlow, an extinct title in the Peerage of Ireland
* Edgar Ludlow-Hewitt, (1886-1973) Royal Air Force commander in World War I
* Edmund Ludlow, (c. 1617-1692) English parliamentarian, exiled in Switzerland
* Fairfield Ludlowe High School, an American High School in Fairfield, Connecticut
* Fisher and Ludlow, British car body manufacturing company
* Fitz Hugh Ludlow, American author, journalist, and explorer
* Fitz Hugh Ludlow Memorial Library, an American library named after Fitz Hugh Ludlow
* Frank Ludlow, (1885-1972) English botanist, ornithologist, and World War I officer
* Frederick Ludlow, early colonial settler in Western Australia
* George C. Ludlow, (1830-1900) Governor of the American state of New Jersey
* Henry G. Ludlow, (1797-1867) American minister and abolitionist, father of Fitzhugh
* Jayne Ludlow, (b. 1979) Welsh football player
* Kelly Ludlow, fictional American television character
* Louis Ludlow, (1873-1950) American congressman from Indiana
* Ludlow (Metro-North station), United States railroad station
* Ludlow Amendment, a proposed amendment to the United States Constitution
* Ludlow's Bhutan Swallowtail, a Bhutanese bird species
* Ludlow Castle, large, now ruined castle which dominates the town of Ludlow in Shropshire, England
* Ludlow epoch, part of the Silurian period in the geologic time scale
* Ludlow's Fulvetta, a species if bird in Bhutan, China, India, Myanmar, and Nepal
* Ludlow Garage a music venue in Cincinnati, Ohio
* Ludlow Griscom, (1890-1959) American ornithologist
* Ludlow Group, rocks deposited during the Ludlow period of the Silurian in Great Britain
* Ludlow Hospital, serves Ludlow, Shropshire, England
* Ludlow Junior School, a junior comprehensive school in Woolston, Southampton
* Ludlow Lusitano, was an American soccer club based in Ludlow, Massachusetts
* Ludlow massacre, the death of about 20 people during an attack by the Colorado National Guard on a tent colony
* Ludlow Massacre (song), a song about the massacre
* Ludlow Monument, granite memorial erected at Ludlow, Colorado in 1918 to honor the victims of the Ludlow massacre
* Ludlow Moody, (1892-1981) Jamaican medical doctor and political leader
* Ludlow Ogden Smith, Philadelphia socialite who married Katharine Hepburn
* Ludlow Porch, a fictional American radio personality
* Ludlow Racecourse, a thoroughbred horse racing venue located in Ludlow, Shropshire, England.
* Ludlow railway station, English railway station
* Ludlow Street Jail, a former American federal prison in New York City
* Ludlow Town F.C., a football club based in Ludlow, Shropshire, England
* Ludlow Typograph, a hot metal typesetting system used in letterpress printing
* Ludlow wall box, a British post box type
* Ludlows, an English bus company that was bought out in 2007
* Martin Ludlow (b. 1964) an American politician from Los Angeles, California
* My Lady Ludlow, a novella by Elizabeth Gaskell from 1858
* Peter Ludlow, professor of philosophy and linguistics at the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor
* Roger Ludlow, one of the founders of the colony of Connecticut
* Roger Ludlowe Middle School, an American middle school in Fairfield, Connecticut
* Samuel Ludlow, (1792-1880) an American jurist from the State of New York
* William H. Ludlow, (1821-1890) American politician, speaker of the New York State Assembly, father of William
* William Ludlow, (1843-1901) American soldier and explorer of Yellowstone, son of William H.


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