Capron, originally a French surname, may refer to:

  • Capron, Illinois
  • Capron, Oklahoma
  • Capron, Virginia
  • Capron (Sussex cricketer)
  • Jean Pierre Capron, French landscape and portrait artist, born 1921.
  • Alexander Morgan Capron, a biomedical ethicist and law professor at the University of Southern California
  • Ralph Capron, baseball player
  • Roger Capron, a ceramic artist based in Vallauris, France
  • Allyn K. Capron, Sr., a United States Army captain who served in the Spanish American War
  • Allyn K. Capron, Jr., a United States Army captain, the son of Allyn K. Capron, Sr., was a Rough Rider officer who was killed during the Spanish American War
  • John Rand Capron, an English astronomer

Other articles related to "capron":

Charles Capron House
... Charles Capron House is an historic house at 2 Capron Street in Uxbridge, Massachusetts ... The Charles Capron House has Victorian architecture ... The Capron family had been prominent in this community since the 18th century ...
John Capron - Death and Afterward, Capron Park
... Capron died December 25, 1878, at the age of 81, at Uxbridge, Worcester County, Massachusetts ... A historic park, "Capron Park", alongside the Mumford River, in Uxbridge center, today commemorates Effingham and his prominence in the abolition movement in Massachusetts ... The father, Colonel John Capron, his two sons, John Willard Capron and Effingham L ...
Bernat Mill - History
... The original mill, the "Capron Mill", was built in 1820, by John Capron, the father of Colonel John Capron, on the Mumford River at Uxbridge Center ... The first power looms for woolens were introduced at the Capron Mills ... The period of the Capron Mill, and later as the Bachman Uxbridge Worsted Company was famous for manufacture of clothing and the manufacture of military uniforms for the United States ...
Seth Read - History of The Read Estate At Uxbridge
... and water works", built in 1767 and 1777, both at Uxbridge, were purchased in 1790, by John Capron, originally of Cumberland, Rhode Island and later from Grovsvenordale, CT ... John Capron pioneered Capron Mills which had the first power looms for woolens, developed at the Mumford River falls, in downtown Uxbridge, where the estate is located ... Capron Mills and its successors manufactured U.S ...
John Capron - Early Life, Family
... John Willard Capron was the son of a Revolutionary War soldier, John Capron, Sr ... John Capron, Sr ... John Capron, Sr ...