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A squire is a feudal follower of a knight, a lord of the manor, a member of the post-feudal landed gentry, or a modern informal appellation deriving from this.
Squire may also refer to:
- Jaime Alguersuari, Spanish racing driver and DJ under the stage name Squire
- George W. Ebbert (1810–1890), mountain man and early settler in the Oregon Country
- Squire Gersh (born 1913), American jazz musician
- Richard "Squire" Lee (1726-1795), Virginian colonist and American politician active in the American Revolutionary War
- Squire Moore (1897-?), American baseball pitcher in the Negro Leagues
- Mick Murray (Irish republican) (c. 1936-1999) or Squire Murray, IRA Volunteer named as a ringleader of the Birmingham Pub Bombings
- Dave Taylor (born 1957), English professional wrestler
- Squire (album), by Alan Hull
- Squire (novel), by Tamora Pierce
- Squire (comics), the name of three DC Comics superheroes
Squire, English Mod pop group from Woking formed in the 1970s
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