- Sybil Ludington
(April 5, 1761 – February
26, 1839) was a heroine
of the American Revolutionary
War. On April
26, 1777, at age 16, she made an all-night...
to: United States Ludington
, Michigan, a city Ludington Pumped Storage Power Plant Ludington
, Montana, an unincorporated
(/ˈlʌdɪŋtən/ LUH-ding-tən) is the largest
city and county
seat of Mason County
in the U.S. state
of Michigan. As of the 2010 census, the city...
- Charles Cameron Ludington
, American professor Charles Townsend Ludington
(1896–1968), American businessman
and aviator Harrison Ludington
- The Ludington Pumped Storage Plant
is a hydroelectric plant
, Michigan. It was built between
1969 and 1973 at a cost of $315...
- The Ludington Daily
News is the daily newspaper
, Michigan. The paper traces
back to September
17, 1867, the date of the first...
on Lake Michigan since
1953. Currently, the ship shuttles between Ludington
, Michigan, and Manitowoc, Wisconsin, a distance
of 62 miles
- Charles Townsend Ludington
(Charles T. Ludington
, C. T. Ludington
), (January 16, 1896 – January
19, 1968), was a businessman
of Philadelphia. He was an...
- Nancy Irene Rouillard
(married names: Ludington
, Graham, born July 25, 1939) is an American former
pair skater. Rouillard
was born in Stoneham, M****achusetts...
- Ronald Ludington
(September 4, 1934 – May 14, 2020) was an American figure skating coach
and pair skater. With Nancy Rouillard Ludington
, he was the 1960...