Patrick Murphy may refer to: Patrick Murphy (giant) (1834-1862), Irish giant, Patrick Murphy (Irish politician) (1889-1968), Irish Fianna Fáil politician from Cork, Patrick Murphy (Medal of Honor) (1823-1896), American Civil War sailor and Medal of Honor recipient, Patrick Murphy (Pennsylvania politician) (born 1973), U.S. Representative from Pennsylvania from 2007-2011, Patrick Murphy (Florida politician), (born 1983), member of United States House of Representatives, Patrick Murphy (softball coach) (born 1965), coach at the University of Alabama, Patrick Murphy (swimmer) (born 1984), Australian Olympic swimmer of 2008, Patrick O. Murphy, mayor of Lowell, Massachusetts, G. Patrick Murphy (born 1948), U.S. federal judge, Patrick Charles Murphy (1868-1925), Canadian Senator, Patrick Henry Murphy, member of the Texas Seven, prison escapees 2000-2001, Patrick V. Murphy (1920-2011), New York City Police Commissioner, 1970-1973, Patrick J. Murphy (1933-2003), NYPD Chief and First Deputy Commissioner in the 1980s, Patrick Murphy (pilot), Irish pilot who bombed Naco, Arizona in 1929, Patrick Murphy (producer), American television producer, Pat Murphy (rugby union), Australian rugby union player, Fictional characters: Patrick Murphy, a fictional character from the American soap opera The Young and the Restless

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