Beardsley (surname)

Beardsley (surname)

Beardsley is a surname, and may refer to:

* Aubrey Beardsley (1872–1898), English illustrator and poet
* Brent Beardsley, Canadian army officer
* Chris Beardsley (b. 1984), English footballer
* Craig Beardsley, American swimmer
* Dick Beardsley (b. 1956), American Marathon athlete in the 1980s
* Grenville Beardsley, Illinois Attorney General for 1959–1960
* John Beardsley, one of the founding settlers of Richfield, New York in 1787
* Michael Beardsley (b. 1976), American actor
* Monroe Beardsley (1915–1985), American philosopher
* Peter Beardsley (b. 1961), English footballer
* William S. Beardsley, Governor of Iowa for 1949–1954
* William Beardsley (1605–1661), one of the founding settlers of Stratford, Connecticut
* Ziba S. Beardsley, one of the founding settlers of Crystal Lake, Illinois in 1835
* John Tewksbury (John Walter Beardsley Tewksbury), 1876–1968, American athlete and Olympic medalist

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