• Fernie Flaman

    Fernie Flaman

    Ferdinand Charles Carl "Fernie" Flaman (January 25, 1927 – June 22, 2012) was a Canadian professional ice hockey defenceman who played for the Boston Bruins and Toronto Maple Leafs in the National Hockey League. He was known as a physical defensive defenceman and a consummate bodychecker. As a coach, Flaman was successful at the collegiate ranks as the head coach of Northeastern University.

  • Fernie

    Fernie Recorded as Ferny, Fernie, Ferney, and at various times Farny, this is an ancient Scottish surname. It is locational and originates from the estate known as 'The lands of Fernie' in the parish of Monimail, in Fifeshire. Fernie can refer to:

  • Ewan Fernie

    Ewan Fernie

    Ewan Fernie is a British scholar and writer. He is Professor, Fellow and Chair of Shakespeare Studies at the Shakespeare Institute, University of Birmingham. He is also Director of the pioneering 'Everything to Everybody' Project , a collaboration between the University of Birmingham and Birmingham City Council.

  • William Fernie

    William Fernie may refer to:

  • Fernie Swastikas

    Fernie Swastikas

    The Fernie Swastikas were a women's hockey team that was formed in 1922 in Fernie, British Columbia. Their uniform used as a symbol the swastika, which before World War II was a common religious symbol, and especially a sun sign. In 1923, the Swastikas won the Alpine Cup at the Banff Winter Carnival women's ice hockey championship. There were two other teams called the Swastikas, one in Edmonton, Alberta, and another the Windsor Swastikas of Windsor, Nova Scotia.

  • Peter Fernie

    Peter Fernie (born c. 1861) was a Scottish professional golfer who played in the late 19th century. Fernie had one top-10 finish in the 1884 Open Championship where he tied for ninth place with Jack Kirkaldy.

  • Maxwell Fernie

    Arnott Maxwell Fernie OBE (25 April 1910 – 22 May 1999) was a New Zealand organist, teacher and conductor. He was an authority on Gregorian chant, sixteenth century polyphony, organ construction and tonal design.

  • George Fernie

    George Fernie (18 October 1860 – 27 August 1915) was a Scottish professional golfer who played in the late 19th century. Fernie had five starts in the Open Championship, the best of which was seventh place in the 1884 Open Championship.

  • Fernie Secondary School

    Fernie Secondary School (formed in 1908) is a public high school in the city of Fernie, British Columbia, it is part of the School District 5 Southeast Kootenay. The school holds grades 7 through 12.

  • Jim Fernie

    Jim Fernie (born 31 October 1936) is a Scottish footballer, who played for Arbroath, Doncaster Rovers, Montrose and Forfar Athletic.

  • You Might Like