Doheny

Doheny is an Irish surname.

Doheny may refer to:

People:

  • Ed Doheny (1873-1916), professional American baseball player
  • Edward Laurence Doheny (1856-1935), American oil tycoon
  • Jer Doheny (1874–1929), Irish sportsman
  • John Doheny (born 1953), American jazz musician
  • Michael Doheny (1805–1863), Irish writer and politician
  • Ned Doheny, American singer, songwriter and guitarist

Other uses:

  • Doheny Drive, a major north/south thoroughfare of Beverly Hills and West Hollywood, California
  • Doheny State Beach, a California state park
  • Doheny Library, on the campus of the University of Southern California
  • Greystone Mansion, also known as the Doheny Mansion, Beverly Hills, California
  • Doheny, one of the two campuses of Mount St. Mary's College, Los Angeles, California
  • Dohenys GAA, a Gaelic Athletic Association club in Dunmanway, County Cork, Ireland

Other articles related to "doheny":

Stimson House - History - Convent For Sisters of St. Joseph
... The property behind Stimson House (on Chester Place) was the home of Carrie Estelle Doheny, the widow of wealthy oil man, Edward L ... Doheny ... Doheny had grown up in the neighborhood and had watched as the Stimson House was built ...
Jer Doheny - Post-playing Career
... Shortly after his retirement from inter-county hurling Doheny became involved in the administrative affairs of the GAA ... Doheny married Annie Keoghan in 1913 ... Their son, Jer Doheny Jr ...
Jer Doheny
... Jeremiah Doheny (1874–1929) was an Irish sportsperson ... Doheny had the distinction of captaining Kilkenny to their very first All-Ireland title in 1904 ...
Killer Dana - History - Capistrano Beach
... a corporate entity of the American industrial giant Edward Doheny, who had built his fortune in oil production in Southern California and Mexico, purchased a number of ... Doheny's son, Ned, formed a development company, the Capistrano Beach Company, which included his wife's twin brothers, Clark and Warren Smith and Luther Eldridge, a contractor, to build a community of Spanish style ... Eldridge was able to complete the original Doheny family house on the bluffs, four houses on the beach, and 18 other homes scattered throughout the area before tragedy struck the ambitious project ...
Ned Doheny - Profile
... Doheny, Mason and Cass Elliott were in a trio for a time ... Doheny was the first artist signed to David Geffen's Asylum label, which produced his first album Ned Doheny in 1972 ... Doheny toured multiple times with a band made up of several studio musicians ...