Judson


Judson

Judson ist der Name von

  • Adoniram Judson, (1788–1850) 1. US-amerikanischer Missionar im Ausland, danach benannt:
  • Andrew T. Judson (1784–1853), US-amerikanischer Politiker
  • Ann Hasseltine Judson (1789–1826), 1. US-amerikanische baptistische Missionarin im Ausland, danach benannt:
    • Judson College, eine Hochschule in Marion (Alabama)
  • Horace Freeland Judson (1931–2011), US-amerikanischer Wissenschaftshistoriker
  • Edward Zane Carroll Judson (1823-1886), amerikanischer Verfasser von sog. 'Dime Novels' (Groschenromanen)
  • Sylvia Shaw Judson (1897–1978), US-amerikanische Bildhauerin
  • Whitcomb Judson (1836–1909), US-amerikanischer Erfinder


Orte in den Vereinigten Staaten:

  • Judson (Alabama)
  • Judson (Indiana)
  • Judson (Kentucky)
  • Judson (Massachusetts)
  • Judson (Minnesota)
  • Judson (North Carolina)
  • Judson (North Dakota)
  • Judson (South Carolina)
  • Judson (Texas)
  • Judson (West Virginia)
  • Judson Township (Minnesota)


Sonstiges:

  • Judson Dance Theater, in der Judson Memorial Church, New York
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