Demorest may refer to:
- United States
- Demorest, Georgia — city in Habersham County
- Ellen Louise Demorest (née Curtis) (1825-1898) — US fashion arbiter and milliner, wife of William Jennings Demorest
- Stephen Demorest — soap opera writer
- William Jennings Demorest (1822-1895) — political leader (Prohibition Party) and magazine publisher from New York City
- Demarest (disambiguation)
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Demorest — Demorest, GA U.S. city in Georgia Population (2000): 1465 Housing Units (2000): 564 Land area (2000): 2.273403 sq. miles (5.888086 sq. km) Water area (2000): 0.023562 sq. miles (0.061025 sq. km) Total area (2000): 2.296965 sq. miles (5.949111 sq … StarDict's U.S. Gazetteer Places
Demorest, GA — U.S. city in Georgia Population (2000): 1465 Housing Units (2000): 564 Land area (2000): 2.273403 sq. miles (5.888086 sq. km) Water area (2000): 0.023562 sq. miles (0.061025 sq. km) Total area (2000): 2.296965 sq. miles (5.949111 sq. km) FIPS… … StarDict's U.S. Gazetteer Places
Demorest — Original name in latin Demorest Name in other language State code US Continent/City America/New York longitude 34.5651 latitude 83.54517 altitude 415 Population 1823 Date 2011 05 14 … Cities with a population over 1000 database
Demorest, Georgia — City Location in … Wikipedia
Demorest Glacier — (67°22′S 65°35′W / 67.367°S 65.583°W / 67.367; 65.583) is a glacier which flows southeast into Whirlwind Inlet between Flint and Matthes Glaciers, on the east coast of … Wikipedia
Demorest, Ellen Louise Curtis — ▪ American businesswoman née Ellen Louise Curtis born Nov. 15, 1824, Schuylerville, N.Y., U.S. died Aug. 10, 1898, New York, N.Y. American businesswoman, widely credited with the invention of the mass produced paper pattern for clothing.… … Universalium
Demorest patterns — A pattern company that sold patterns to the home sewer in 1850. This was the beginning of fashion transcending the social classes. The talented home sewer with a creative eye could now design and construct clothing with the look and quality of … Historical Dictionary of the Fashion Industry
William Jennings Demorest — (aka W. Jennings Demorest) (1822 1895), from New York City, was an American magazine publisher, national prohibition leader, and, in collaboration with his second wife, Ellen Demorest, nee Curtis, attained international success from his wife s… … Wikipedia
Ellen Louise Demorest — (nee Curtis) (1825 1898) was a US fashion arbiter. She was a successful milliner who widely credited for inventing mass produced tissue paper dressmaking patterns. With her husband, William Jennings Demorest, she established a company to sell the … Wikipedia
Kirk Demorest — is an award winning filmmaker, writer, entrepreneur,editor and post production consultant. He is the co founder of ArthouseFilms, Los Angeles, now known as the Arthouse Company, LLC. His film andediting work has been widely distributed… … Wikipedia