Squire (disambiguation)

Squire may refer to
*A low-ranking medieval man-at-arms,
*A member of the later landed gentry, or a residual modern courtesy title deriving from this.
*The brand name of a British sidecar manufacturer; see Squire (sidecar).
*The Squire Car Manufacturing Company, which built the classic Squire Vanden Plas Roadster (aka Squire Vanden Plas Sports Tourer) in 1935-1936 in Great Britain.
* Squire, West Virginia (in McDowell County)
* The Virginia Squires, a team in the former American Basketball Association
* Squier, a secondary brand of electric guitars and basses produced by the Fender Musical Instruments Corporation.
* Squires Gate, Blackpool, a neighborough
* Squire, an early 80s mod revival group


*Peter Squire, a retired Royal Air Force commander
*J. C. Squire, an early 20th Century British poet and historian
*Chris Squire, bassist with the progressive rock group Yes
*William Squire, a British actor
*Robin Squire, a British Conservative politician
*Rachel Squire, a deceased British Labour politician
*John Squire, a British rock guitarist
*William Henry Squire, a British composer and cellist
*Feargus B. Squire, an American businessman and politician
*HF & AP Squire, joint authors of cricket books
*Matt Squire, an American music producer
*Aurin Squire, an American writer

Fictitious squires

*"The Squire of Gothos" ("" episode)
*Squire Trelawney in "Treasure Island" by Robert Louis Stevenson
*Squire Allworthy (based on Ralph Allen) in the novel "The History of Tom Jones, a Foundling" by Henry Fielding, who was himself a squire and magistrate.

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