MacGregor


MacGregor

MacGregor or Macgregor or McGregor or Mcgregor may refer to:

:Clan Gregor "(Scottish clan)"

People:
* Alasdair Alpin MacGregor "(1899–1970; writer and photographer)"
* Alexander MacGregor "(b. in 1960s; pharmaceutical scientist)"
* Chummy MacGregor "(d. 1973; jazz pianist and songwriter)"
* Clark MacGregor "(1922–2003; U.S. politician)"
* Clifford J. MacGregor "(Meterologist and Arctic Explorer)"
* Douglas Macgregor "(Military writer, Desert Storm Veteran, author)"
* Ewan McGregor "(b. 1971; British actor)"
* Gregor MacGregor "(d. 1845; adventurer and confidence trickster)"
* Gregor MacGregor "(1869–1919; cricketer)"
* Ian MacGregor "(businessman)"
* Sir Ian Kinloch MacGregor "(1912–1998; British industrialist)"
* Joanna MacGregor "(b. 1959; classical pianist)"
* John MacGregor "(b. 1937; UK politician)"
* John MacGregor "(1825–1892; canoeist and travel writer)"
* John MacGregor "(1889–?; recipient of Victoria Cross)"
* John F. MacGregor "(b. 1943; pioneer in statistical process control)"
* John L. MacGregor Scouts Canada Scouting notable, awardee of the Bronze Wolf in 1983
* Katherine MacGregor "(b. 1925; television actress)"
* Mary MacGregor "(b. 1948; singer)"
* Neil MacGregor "(b. 1946; art historian and museum director)"
* Robert Roy MacGregor "("Rob Roy", 1671–1734; Scottish outlaw and folk hero)"
* Sue MacGregor "(b. 1941; writer and broadcaster)"
* William MacGregor "(1846–1919; British imperial administrator)"

Places:
* Macgregor, Australian Capital Territory, Australia "(suburb of Canberra)"
* MacGregor, Manitoba, Canada "(village, 121 km west of Winnipeg and 92 km east of Brandon)"
** MacGregor Airport
* MacGregor Point Provincial Park, Ontario, Canada "(on Lake Huron, near Port Elgin)"
* Macgregor, Queensland, Australia "(suburb of Brisbane)"

Companies:
* MacGregor Golf, manufacturers of golf equipment, accessories and apparel.
* MacGregor Sportswear, makers of 1930s-60s coats and jackets, including the World War II A-2
* MacGregor Yacht Corporation, or a boat made by that company

ee also

Alternative spelling: McGregor


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