Spalding

Spalding may refer to:

Place names

In Australia

*Spalding, South Australia, a town north of the Clare Valley
*Spalding, Western Australia, a suburb of Geraldton.

In England

*Spalding, Lincolnshire
*Spalding Rural District, a rural district in Holland, Lincolnshire, England from 1894 to 1974
*Holme-on-Spalding-Moor, East Riding of Yorkshire

In the United States

*Spalding, Idaho
*Spalding, Nebraska
*Spalding County, Georgia
*Spalding Township, Michigan
*Spalding Township, Minnesota

Persons

*Albert Spalding (1850–1915), American baseball player and sporting goods manufacturer
*Albert Spalding (violinist) (1888–1953), American composer and leading concert violinist
*Baird Thomas Spalding (1857–1953), English-American author
*Burleigh Folsom Spalding (1853–1934), Chief Justice of North Dakota
*Mother Catherine Spalding (1793-1858) was an influential American Roman Catholic nun
*Charles H. "Dick" Spalding, American soccer player
*Douglas Spalding (1840–1877), English biologist
*Esta Spalding (1966-present), a Canadian author and poet
*George Spalding (1836–1915), U.S. Representative from Michigan
*Henry H. Spalding (1803–1843), U.S. Presbyterian missionary, established the Lapwai Mission in 1836 in what is now Idaho
*John Lancaster Spalding (1840–1916), first bishop of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Peoria (1877–1908)
*John M. Spalding (20th century), American soldier, decorated for actions during D-Day
*Linda Spalding (born 25 June 1943), a Canadian writer and editor
*Peter Spalding (14th century), helped followers of Robert the Bruce enter and seize the town of Berwick from the English.
*Phil Spalding (born 19 November 1957 in London) is an English bass player
*Phinizy Spalding (1930-1994), American Historian
*Solomon Spalding (1761–1816), American clergyman, businessman, and author
*Thomas Spalding (U.S. Rep) (1774-1851), a United States Representative from Georgia
*William Spalding (1809–1859), Scottish author
*Spalding Gray (1941–2004), American actor, screenwriter, and playwright
*Martin John Spalding, bishop of Baltimore

Other

*Clan Spalding, Scottish Sept of Clan Murray
*Spalding (sports equipment), American manufacturer of sports equipment
*Spalding railway station serves the town of Spalding, Lincolnshire, England
*Spalding College, a private, non-profit career university in Louisville, Kentucky
*Spalding Elementary School in Collegedale, Tennessee, USA
*Spalding Grammar School, a selective school on Priory Road in Spalding, Linconshire, England
*Spalding Harriers Football Club, a football club based in Monkshouse Lane in Spalding, Lincolnshire, England
*Spalding High School, the name of several high schools
*Spalding Method, a program for teaching students to read by first teaching them to write
*Spalding Rockwell is a punk/electro/pop band
*Spalding Priory, a small Benedictine house founded as a cell of Croyland Abbey in 1052
*Spalding United F.C., a football club based in Spalding, Linconshire, England
*Spalding v Gamage is a leading decision of the House of Lords on the tort of passing off
*King & Spalding, American law firm in Atlanta, Georgia, USA
*Spalding rubber ball A pink rubber ball, a tennis ball without the fuzz, that was ubiquitously available to children in the 1950s, 60s, and 70s, and has recently been re-introduced. (a/k/a 'Spaldeen')

ee also

* Spaulding (disambiguation)


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