Endicott may refer to:

In places:

  • Endicott, Nebraska, a village in Jefferson County, Nebraska, USA
  • Endicott, New York, a village in Broome County, New York, USA
  • Endicott, Washington, a town in Whitman County, Washington, USA
  • Endicott (MBTA station), Dedham, Massachusetts, USA


  • USS Endicott (DD-495), a US Navy destroyer
  • Endicott College, co-educational independent college located in Beverly, Massachusetts
  • Endicott Performing Arts Center, community theatre in Endicott, New York
  • Endicott (song), a big band jazz song by Kid Creole and the Coconuts.
  • Endicott Pear Tree, oldest living cultivated fruit tree in North America
  • Endicott (band), a hardcore punk band signed to Equal Vision Records

People with the surname Endicott:

  • Endicott (surname)

People with the given name Endicott:

  • Endicott Peabody (1920–1997), Governor of Massachusetts

Other articles related to "endicott":

Shane Endicott - Playing Career
... Endicott was drafted 52nd overall in the 2000 NHL Entry Draft by the Pittsburgh Penguins from the Seattle Thunderbirds of the Western Hockey League ... Endicott spent the next four years primarily playing for Wilkes-Barre/Scranton ... At the conclusion of the season, Endicott was bought-out from the final year of his contract with the Penguins ...
Seacoast Defense In The United States - Post Civil War - Endicott Period
... headed by Secretary of War William Crowninshield Endicott, known as the Board of Fortifications ... The Endicott Board's recommendations would lead to a large scale modernization program of harbor and coastal defenses in the United States, especially the construction of ... Typically, Endicott period projects were not fortresses, but a system of well-dispersed emplacements with few but large guns in each location ...
Charles Endicott - State Treasurer
... In November 1875 Endicott was elected state treasurer for a term beginning in January 1876 ... Endicott retired from the treasurer's office after his fifth term ... Endicott had served five consecutive one year terms as treasurer and he was barred by term limits from running for re-election ...
Bill Endicott (baseball)
... William Franklin Endicott (born September 4, 1918) is a former left fielder who played briefly for the St ... In one season career, Endicott posted a.200 batting average (4-for-20) with two runs and three RBI in 20 games, including three doubles, and a.333 on-base percentage without home runs ... Endicott (94) is recognized as one of the oldest living major league ballplayers ...
List Of Company Towns In The United States - Listed By State - New York
... New York, formerly owned by Harmony Mills Endicott, New York planned and incorporated by Endicott Johnson Corporation Johnson City, New York renamed by and after George F ... Johnson of the Endicott Johnson Corporation Oneida, New York, incorporated 1848 by the Oneida Community which later became Oneida Limited Steinway ...