Wylie

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Wylie may refer to:

Places[edit]

In the United States

Elsewhere

  • Wylie Bay, a bay 4 nautical miles (7 km) wide, lying between Cape Monaco and Norsel Point on the southwest coast of Anvers Island, in the Palmer Archipelago, a group of islands off the northwestern coast of the Antarctic Peninsula
  • Wylie Ridge, a ridge that extends westward from Meier Peak in the Admiralty Mountains, Victoria Land, Antarctica
  • Wylie, Ontario

People[edit]

  • Wylie Breckenridge (1903–1991), rugby union player who represented Australia
  • Wylie Gibbs (born 1922), Australian politician
  • Wylie Cameron Grant (1879–1968), American tennis champion
  • Wylie Human (born 1979), South African rugby union winger
  • Wylie Stateman, American supervising sound editor
  • Wylie Sypher (1905–1987), American non-fiction writer and professor
  • Wylie Watson (1889–1966), British actor
  • Wylie G. Woodruff (1866–1930), American football player and coach
  • Alison Wylie, Canadian feminist philosopher of science at the University of Washington, Seattle (Winter and Spring) and Durham University, UK (Fall)
  • Austin Wylie (1893–1954), American jazz bandleader
  • Betty Jane Wylie (born 1931), Canadian writer and playwright
  • Bill Wylie (1928–1983), Canadian professional ice hockey centre who played in one National Hockey League game for the New York Rangers during the 1950–51 NHL season
  • Bob Wylie (born 1954), American football coach who is currently the offensive line coach for the Winnipeg Blue Bombers of the Canadian Football League
  • Charles Wylie (astronomer) (1886–1976), born in Ida Kansas on June 18, 1886 and died in Cedar Rapids Iowa in April 1976
  • Donovan Wylie (born 1971), Irish photographer from Northern Ireland
  • Duane Wylie (born 1950), former Canadian ice hockey center
  • Harvey Wylie (born 1934), former defensive back who played nine seasons in the Canadian Football League for the Calgary Stampeders
  • Jenny Wylie (born 1957), American former competition swimmer
  • Joe Wylie (born 1968), American retired professional basketball player
  • Lauri Wylie (1880–1951), British author
  • Ron Wylie (born 1933), Scottish former football player, coach and manager
  • Ruth Shaw Wylie (1916–1989), U.S.-born composer and music educator
  • Sharon Wylie (born 1949), American politician of the Democratic Party. She is a member of the Washington House of Representatives, representing the 49th district
  • Theophilus Adam Wylie (1810–1895), Presbyterian minister, college professor, and president pro tem of Indiana University
  • William Duncan Wylie (1900–1981), farmer, public servant and Canadian federal politician
  • William Howie Wylie (1833–1891), Scottish journalist and Baptist minister

Other[edit]

  • Wylie transliteration for Tibetan script
  • Wylie House Museum a historic house museum of Indiana University's first president Andrew Wylie, in Bloomington, IN
  • Wylie Burp, a character from the film An American Tail: Fievel Goes West
  • Lazard Carnegie Wylie, a boutique investment bank that advises in mergers and acquisitions, restructurings, initial public offerings and related transactions
  • Wylie Mansion, an American mansion which once stood at 10 Thomas Circle in Washington, D.C
  • Wylie School, a historic school building at Ekonk Hill Road and Wylie School Road in Voluntown, Connecticut

See also[edit]