Armstrong (surname)


Armstrong (surname)

Armstrong is a surname, and may refer to:

* Clan Armstrong, a Scottish clan from the border area between England and Scotland

Real people

* Adam Armstrong (1909-1982), Australian politician
* Alexander Armstrong several people, including
** Alexander Armstrong (comedian), British comedian
* Annie Armstrong (1850 - 1938) American missionary leader
* Anton Armstrong, American choral conductor and St. Olaf College professor
* B. J. Armstrong, former basketball player, most notably with the Chicago Bulls
* Billie Joe Armstrong, American vocalist of Green Day
* Brad Armstrong several people, including
** Brad Armstrong (porn star), Canadian porn star
* Bruce Armstrong, American football player
* Campbell Armstrong, a Scottish writer
* Charles Armstrong (disambiguation) several people, including
** Charles Armstrong, English ethnographer and technologist
** Charles Armstrong (rower), American Olympic gold medalist in rowing
** Charles Armstrong (physician), American virologist in the US Public Health Service
* Craig Armstrong, more than one person, including
** Craig Armstrong (composer)
** Craig Armstrong (footballer)
* Darrell Armstrong, American professional basketball player
* Davey Armstrong, American boxer
* David Armstrong several people, including
** David L. Armstrong, mayor of Louisville, Kentucky, Jefferson County Judge-Executive and Attorney General of Kentucky
** David Malet Armstrong, an Australian philosopher
* Debbie Armstrong, Olympic gold medalist in the area of Alpine skiing
* Dido (singer), aka Dido Florian Cloud de Bounevialle Armstrong, British pop singer
* Edwin Armstrong (1890-1954), American electrical engineer and inventor of FM radio
* Edward Armstrong several people, including
** Edward R. Armstrong, American inventor
* Elizabeth Armstrong, American water polo goalkeeper
* Ernest Armstrong (1915–1996), British Labour Party politician.
* Eugene Armstrong, American construction contractor who was beheaded in Iraq
* Frank A. Armstrong, American Air Force General
* Frankie Armstrong, English vocalist
* Garner Ted Armstrong (1930-2003), American evangelist, son of Herbert W. Armstrong
* Gary Armstrong, Scottish rugby player
* Gary Armstrong (footballer)
* George Armstrong several people, including
** George Armstrong (actor), English actor
** George Armstrong (footballer), English football player
** George Armstrong (hockey), Canadian hockey player
* Gillian Armstrong, Australian film director
* Heather Armstrong, aka Dooce, American writer
* Herbert Rowse Armstrong (1870-1922), British murderer - the "Hay poisoner",
* Herbert W. Armstrong (1892-1986), American evangelist, father of Garner Ted Armstrong
* Hilary Armstrong, British politician
* Hilton Armstrong, American basketball player
* Hubert Tim Armstrong, (1875-1942) New Zealand politician
* J. Scott Armstrong, Wharton Business School professor
* Jackson Armstrong, Canadian historian
* James Armstrong several people, including
** James Armstrong (Pennsylvania), US Congressman from Pennsylvania
** James Armstrong (footballer), former professional footballer
* Jeannette Armstrong, Canadian writer
* Jerome Armstrong, American journalist
* Joe Armstrong (disambiguation) several people, including
** Joe Armstrong
** Joe Armstrong (actor)
** Joe E. Armstrong
* John Armstrong (disambiguation) including, with many more,
** John Armstrong (footballer born 1936), former professional footballer
** John Armstrong (poet) (1709-1779) Scottish poet.
** John Alexander Macdonald Armstrong, Canadian politician
* Joseph Armstrong several people, including
** Joseph G. Armstrong, Mayor of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
* Karen Armstrong, English author
* KC Armstrong, American radio personality and comedian
* Kelley Armstrong, Canadian author
* Kerry Armstrong, Australian actress
* Kevin Armstrong, Antrim GAA great
* Kristin Armstrong, professional road bicycle racer and Olympic gold medalist
* Lance Armstrong, American cyclist and record 7 time Tour de France winner
* Lee Armstrong, American actress
* Louis Armstrong (1901-1971), American jazz pioneer
* Neil Armstrong, American astronaut, first person on Moon
* Neil Armstrong (ice hockey)
* Neill Armstrong
* Otis Armstrong, American football player
* Rebekka Armstrong, a bodybuilder, former Playboy model and AIDS activist
* Richard Armstrong several people, including
** Richard Lee Armstrong (1937-1991), American/Canadian professor, geochemist
* Robert Armstrong several people, including
** Robert Armstrong, Baron Armstrong of Ilminster
* Samaire Armstrong, American actress
* Samuel Armstrong several people, including
** Samuel C. Armstrong (1839-1893), American educator
** Samuel Turell Armstrong (1874-1850), American politician
* Sir Thomas Armstrong (1898-1994), organist and conductor
* Thomas H. Armstrong
* Tim Armstrong, American punk rock musician
* Tom Armstrong
* The Armstrong Twins, a bluegrass and country music act in the 1940s and '50s
* Vaughn Armstrong, American actor
* Warwick Armstrong, Australian Test cricketer
* William Armstrong many people, including
** William George Armstrong, 1st Baron Armstrong (1810-1900), English industrialist
** William L. Armstrong, American politician

Fictional people

* Alex Louis Armstrong, the state alchemist from Full Metal Alchemist
* Jack Armstrong, the All-American Boy, a radio series character on the show of the same name (1933-51).
* Stretch Armstrong, an action figure first introduced in the 1970s.
* Tina Armstrong and her father, Bass, people from the "Dead or Alive" video game series


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