Lipscomb

Lipscomb is the name of a few places in the United States:

  • Lipscomb, Alabama
  • Lipscomb, Texas
  • Lipscomb County, Texas

There is also:

  • Lipscomb University
  • USS Glenard P. Lipscomb (SSN-685), US Navy submarine
  • Glenard P. Lipscomb (1915 - 1970), US politician and submarine namesake
  • Lila Lipscomb, who appears in the movie Fahrenheit 9/11
  • Mance Lipscomb (1895 - 1976), US blues musician
  • William Lipscomb (1919 - 2011), US inorganic chemist
  • Oscar Hugh Lipscomb (1931 - ), US Roman Catholic Archbishop
  • Oswald Lipscomb (1826-1891), US carpenter
  • Eugene Lipscomb (1931 - 1963), US football player
  • David Lipscomb (1831-1917), preacher and founder of Lipscomb University
  • Guy Lipscomb (1917-2009), industrialist and watercolorist from Columbia, South Carolina

Other articles related to "lipscomb":

Tolbert Fanning - Legacy
... He was an important mentor to David Lipscomb and thought by many to be the source of many his protégé's more pacifist views ... Lipscomb University has a dormitory named in honor of him ... Lipscomb's championing of Fanning's theology would lead to the 1906 schism in which the Church of Christ was first recognized as a separate body from the more liberal Disciples of Christ ...
David Lipscomb Campus School - Background
... Bible School was founded in 1891 by David Lipscomb and James A ... Today, Lipscomb Academy is Middle Tennessee's largest Pre-K through 12 independent school ... In June 2012, the school changed its name from David Lipscomb Campus School to Lipscomb Academy ...
Paul Lipscomb
... Lipscomb (January 13, 1923 – August 20, 1964) was an American football defensive lineman who played ten seasons in the National Football League for the Green Bay Packers ... Persondata Name Lipscomb, Paul Alternative names Big Daddy Lipscomb Short description American football player Date of birth January 13, 1923 Place of birth Benton, Illinois Date of death ...
Don Meyer - Head Coaching Record
... Hamline 16–11 NCAA D–III Quarterfinals Hamline 37–41 Lipscomb Bisons (Volunteer State Athletic Conference) 1975–1976 Lipscomb 11–19 1976–1977 Lipscomb 18–9 1977–1978 Lipscomb 21–6 1978–197 ...
Lipscomb Norvell
... Lipscomb Norvell (September 1756 – March 2, 1843) was an American military officer in the Continental Army during the American Revolutionary War (Heitman) ... the son of John Norvell and an unknown daughter of Moses Lipscomb of Hanover County, Virginia, and the great grandson of Captain Hugh Norvell, one of the original trustees of the city of Williamsburg, Virginia ...