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Writers

There are two thousand seventy-five Writers called John.

  • John Woo

    John Woo is a Writer... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Woo)

  • John Ray

    John Ray is a Writer... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Ray)

  • John Stuart Mill

    John Stuart Mill is a Writer... ( from the wikipedia article on John Stuart Mill)

  • John Wyndham

    John Wyndham is a Writer... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Wyndham)

  • John Bardeen

    John Bardeen is a Writer... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Bardeen)

  • John Horton Conway

    John Horton Conway is a Writer... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Horton Conway)

  • John Lee Hooker

    Coahoma County, Mississippi, United States... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Lee Hooker)

  • John Donne

    Jonas Donne, "" (21 January 1572 – 31 March 1631) was an English Jacobean poet, preacher and a major representative of the metaphysical poets of the period. His works are notable for their realistic and sensual style and include sonnets, love poetry, religious poems, Latin translations, epigrams, elegies, songs, satires and sermons.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Donne)

  • John Cleese

    John Cleese is a Writer... ( from the wikipedia article on John Cleese)

  • John Major

    John Major is a Writer... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Major)

  • John Diefenbaker

    John Diefenbaker is a Writer... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Diefenbaker)

  • John Wilkes Booth

    John Wilkes Booth is a Writer... ( from the wikipedia article on John Wilkes Booth)

  • John Calvin

    John Calvin is a Writer... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Calvin)

  • John von Neumann

    John von Neumann is a Writer... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John von Neumann)

  • John Irving

    John Irving is a Writer... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Irving)

  • John Sayles

    John Sayles is a Writer... ( from the wikipedia article on John Sayles)

  • John Brunner (novelist)

    John Brunner (novelist) is a Writer... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Brunner (novelist))

  • John Locke

    John Locke is a Writer... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Locke)

  • John Dewey

    <!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD XHTML 1.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Dewey)

  • John Maynard Smith

    John Maynard Smith is a Writer... ( from the wikipedia article on John Maynard Smith)

  • John van Melle

    John van Melle (February 11, 1887, Goes - November 8, 1953) was the pen name of a Dutch-born South African author. His real name was Johannes van Melle.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John van Melle)

  • John Ambrose Fleming

    John Ambrose Fleming is a Writer... ( from the wikipedia article on John Ambrose Fleming)

  • John Dowland

    John DowlandWhile orthographic evidence from Dowland's time strongly suggests a pronunciation of for the last name, there is no consensus on the correct pronunciation. See the talk page for discussion of this issue.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Dowland)

  • John James Audubon

    John James Audubon is a Writer... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John James Audubon)

  • John W. Campbell

    John W. Campbell is a Writer... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John W. Campbell)

  • John Chrysostom

    John Chrysostom (c. 347–407, ), Archbishop] of [[Constantinople, was an important Early Church Father.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Chrysostom)

  • John Stevens Cabot Abbott

    John Stevens Cabot Abbott (September 19, 1805 – June 17, 1877), an American historian, pastor, and pedagogical writer, was born in Brunswick, Maine to Jacob and Betsey Abbott.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Stevens Cabot Abbott)

  • John Abercrombie (physician)

    John Abercrombie (10 October 1780 in Aberdeen – 14 November 1844 in Edinburgh) was a Scottish physician and philosopher. The Chambers Biographical Dictionary says of him that after Dr James Gregory's death, he was "recognized as the first consulting physician in Scotland".... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Abercrombie (physician))

  • John Eccles (neurophysiologist)

    John Eccles (neurophysiologist) is a Writer... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Eccles (neurophysiologist))

  • John Pople

    John Pople is a Writer... ( from the wikipedia article on John Pople)

  • John the Evangelist

    John the Evangelist is a Writer... (extract from the wikipedia article on John the Evangelist)

  • John Stauber

    John Stauber (1953 - ) is an American writer and political activist who has co-authored five books about propaganda by governments, private interests and the PR industry. They include one book about how industry manipulates science (Trust Us, We're Experts), one about the history and current scope of the public relations industry (Toxic Sludge is Good for You), and one about mad cow disease (Mad Cow USA), which predicted the surfacing of the disease within the United States.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Stauber)

  • John Hay

    John Hay is a Writer... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Hay)

  • John Strutt, 3rd Baron Rayleigh

    John Strutt, 3rd Baron Rayleigh is a Writer... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Strutt, 3rd Baron Rayleigh)

  • John Knox

    John Knox is a Writer... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Knox)

  • John D. Carmack

    John D. Carmack is a Writer... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John D. Carmack)

  • John Logie Baird

    John Logie Baird is a Writer... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Logie Baird)

  • John Galsworthy

    John Galsworthy is a Writer... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Galsworthy)

  • John Bunyan

    John Bunyan is a Writer... ( from the wikipedia article on John Bunyan)

  • John Perry Barlow

    John Perry Barlow is a Writer... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Perry Barlow)

  • John Wesley

    John Wesley is a Writer... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Wesley)

  • John Flamsteed

    John Flamsteed FRS (19 August 1646 – 31 December 1719) was an English astronomer and the first Astronomer Royal.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Flamsteed)

  • John of Damascus

    John of Damascus is a Writer... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John of Damascus)

  • John Lingard

    Dr. John Lingard (5 February 1771 – 17 July 1851) was an English Catholic priest, born in St Thomas Street in Central Winchester to recusant parents and the author of The History Of England, From the First Invasion by the Romans to the Accession of Henry VIII, an 8-volume work published in 1819.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Lingard)

  • John Herschel

    John Herschel is a Writer... ( from the wikipedia article on John Herschel)

  • John Dalton

    John Dalton is a Writer... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Dalton)

  • John Huston

    John Huston is a Writer... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Huston)

  • John of the Cross

    John of the Cross is a Writer... ( from the wikipedia article on John of the Cross)

  • John Wozniak

    St. Paul, Minnesota, United States... ( from the wikipedia article on John Wozniak)

  • John C. Calhoun

    John C. Calhoun is a Writer... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John C. Calhoun)

  • John Carpenter

    John Carpenter is a Writer... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Carpenter)

  • John Bellairs

    John Bellairs is a Writer... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Bellairs)

  • John Dryden

    John Dryden is a Writer... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Dryden)

  • John Cawte Beaglehole

    John Cawte Beaglehole, OM, CMG (13 June 1901 – 10 October 1971) was a New Zealand historian whose greatest scholastic achievement was the editing of James Cook’s three journals of exploration, together with the writing of an acclaimed biography of Cook, published posthumously.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Cawte Beaglehole)

  • John Grisham

    John Grisham is a Writer... ( from the wikipedia article on John Grisham)

  • John Cage

    John Cage is a Writer... ( from the wikipedia article on John Cage)

  • John Barrymore

    John Barrymore is a Writer... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Barrymore)

  • John Thomas Sladek

    John Thomas Sladek (December 15, 1937 – March 10, 2000) was an American science fiction author, known for his satirical and surreal novels.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Thomas Sladek)

  • John Byrne

    John Byrne is a Writer... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Byrne)

  • John Ruskin

    John Ruskin is a Writer... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Ruskin)

  • John Henry Newman

    The Venerable John Henry Newman, C.O.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Henry Newman)

  • John Kenneth Galbraith

    John Kenneth Galbraith is a Writer... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Kenneth Galbraith)

  • John Buchan, 1st Baron Tweedsmuir

    John Buchan, 1st Baron Tweedsmuir is a Writer... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Buchan, 1st Baron Tweedsmuir)

  • John Bayley (writer)

    Professor John Bayley CBE, FBA, FRSL (born 1925, Lahore, Pakistan — then known as Lahore, British India) is a British literary critic and writer.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Bayley (writer))

  • John Heartfield

    John Heartfield (19 June 1891, Berlin – 26 April 1968, East Berlin) is the anglicized name of the German photomontage artist Helmut Herzfeld. He chose to call himself Heartfield in 1916, to criticize the rabid nationalism and anti-British sentiment prevalent in Germany during World War I.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Heartfield)

  • John Preston (author)

    John Preston (December 11, 1945, Medfield, Massachusetts – April 28, 1994, Portland, Maine) was an author of gay erotica and an editor of gay nonfiction anthologies.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Preston (author))

  • John Lustig

    Comics Buyer's Guide #1650; February 2009; Page 107... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Lustig)

  • John Mark Painter

    John Mark Painter (born c. 1967) is an American musician and songwriter.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Mark Painter)

  • John Otway

    Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire, England... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Otway)

  • John Zerzan

    John Zerzan is a Writer... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Zerzan)

  • John Kennedy Toole

    John Kennedy Toole is a Writer... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Kennedy Toole)

  • John Forbes Nash, Jr.

    John Forbes Nash, Jr. is a Writer... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Forbes Nash, Jr.)

  • John Everett Millais

    John Everett Millais is a Writer... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Everett Millais)

  • John Ceiriog Hughes

    John Ceiriog Hughes is a Writer... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Ceiriog Hughes)

  • John Edward Lloyd

    Sir John Edward Lloyd (who wrote as J. E.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Edward Lloyd)

  • John Peckham

    John Peckham or Pecham (c. 1230 – 8 December 1292), was Archbishop of Canterbury in the years 1279–1292.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Peckham)

  • John Ogilby

    John Ogilby is a Writer... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Ogilby)

  • John Bainbridge (astronomer)

    John Bainbridge (1582 – November 3, 1643) was an English astronomer.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Bainbridge (astronomer))

  • John Reed (journalist)

    John Reed (journalist) is a Writer... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Reed (journalist))

  • John Moore (anarchist)

    John Moore (1957 - October 27, 2002) was a British anarchist author, teacher and organiser. He died after collapsing on his way to work as a creative writing lecturer at the University of Luton (now the University of Bedfordshire).... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Moore (anarchist))

  • John P. Marquand

    John P. Marquand is a Writer... (extract from the wikipedia article on John P. Marquand)

  • John Drinkwater (playwright)

    John Drinkwater (1 June 1882 - 25 March 1937) was an English poet and dramatist.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Drinkwater (playwright))

  • John Pilger

    John Pilger is a Writer... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Pilger)

  • John Koza

    John R. Koza is a computer scientist and a consulting professor at Stanford University, most notable for his work in pioneering the use of genetic programming for the optimization of complex problems.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Koza)

  • John of Fordun

    John of Fordun (before 1360 - c. 1384) was a Scottish chronicler. It is generally stated that he was born at Fordoun, Mearns. It is certain that he was a secular priest, and that he composed his history in the latter part of the 14th century; and it is probable that he was a chaplain in the St Machar's Cathedral of AberdeenWilliam Ferguson, The identity of the Scottish nation: an historic quest, Edinburgh University Press, 1998, ISBN 0748610715.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John of Fordun)

  • John Ballance

    John Ballance is a Writer... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Ballance)

  • John Leland (antiquary)

    John Leland (also recorded as John Leyland) (13 September 1506 – 18 April 1552) was an English antiquary. He has been described as 'the father of English local history'; his Itinerary introduced the shire as the basic unit for studying the history of England—an idea that has been influential ever since.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Leland (antiquary))

  • John Bird (actor)

    John Bird (actor) is a Writer... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Bird (actor))

  • John Fortune

    John Fortune is a Writer... ( from the wikipedia article on John Fortune)

  • John Junkin

    John Junkin is a Writer... ( from the wikipedia article on John Junkin)

  • John Shelby Spong

    John Shelby Spong is a Writer... ( from the wikipedia article on John Shelby Spong)

  • John Barbour (poet)

    John Barbour (poet) is a Writer... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Barbour (poet))

  • John Law (economist)

    John Law (economist) is a Writer... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Law (economist))

  • John Skeaping

    John Rattenbury Skeaping, RA (9 June 1901 – 5 March 1980) was an English sculptor and equine painter.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Skeaping)

  • John of Salisbury

    John of Salisbury (c. 1120 – 25 October 1180), also known as Johannes Parvus, (John the Little) was an English author, educationalist, diplomat and bishop of Chartres, and was born at Salisbury.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John of Salisbury)

  • John Williams

    John Williams is a Writer... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Williams)

  • John Betjeman

    John Betjeman is a Writer... ( from the wikipedia article on John Betjeman)

  • John Singleton

    John Singleton is a Writer... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Singleton)

  • John Wilkins

    John Wilkins is a Writer... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Wilkins)

  • John William Colenso

    John William Colenso (1814–1883), first Anglican bishop of Natal, mathematician, theologian, Biblical scholar and social activist.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John William Colenso)

  • John Edensor Littlewood

    John Edensor Littlewood is a Writer... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Edensor Littlewood)

  • John F. Kennedy, Jr.

    John F. Kennedy, Jr. is a Writer... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John F. Kennedy, Jr.)

  • John Rogers (Bible editor and martyr)

    John Rogers (Bible editor and martyr) is a Writer... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Rogers (Bible editor and martyr))

  • John Wilkes

    John Wilkes (17 October 1725 – 26 December 1797) was an English radical, journalist and politician.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Wilkes)

  • John G. Brennan

    John G. Brennan is a Writer... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John G. Brennan)

  • John Keble

    John Keble (25 April 1792 – 29 March 1866) was an English churchman and poet, one of the leaders of the Oxford Movement, and gave his name to Keble College, Oxford.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Keble)

  • John Addington Symonds

    John Addington Symonds is a Writer... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Addington Symonds)

  • John Edwards

    John Edwards is a Writer... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Edwards)

  • John Osborne

    John Osborne is a Writer... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Osborne)

  • John Loudon McAdam

    John Loudon McAdam (September 21, 1756 – November 26, 1836) was a Scottish engineer and road-builder. He invented a new process, "macadamisation", for building roads with a smooth hard surface that would be more durable and less muddy than soil-based tracks.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Loudon McAdam)

  • John Gielgud

    John Gielgud is a Writer... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Gielgud)

  • John C. Baez

    John C. Baez is a Writer... (extract from the wikipedia article on John C. Baez)

  • John Lloyd (writer)

    John Hardress Wilfred Lloyd (born 30 September 1951) is a British comedy writer and television producer. He is the great nephew of John Hardress Lloyd.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Lloyd (writer))

  • John Amos Comenius

    John Amos Comenius is a Writer... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Amos Comenius)

  • John Wilmot, 2nd Earl of Rochester

    John Wilmot, 2nd Earl of Rochester is a Writer... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Wilmot, 2nd Earl of Rochester)

  • John Mortimer

    John Mortimer is a Writer... ( from the wikipedia article on John Mortimer)

  • John McPhee

    John McPhee is a Writer... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John McPhee)

  • John Dickson Carr

    John Dickson Carr is a Writer... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Dickson Carr)

  • John Arbuthnot

    John Arbuthnot is a Writer... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Arbuthnot)

  • John Gower

    John Gower is a Writer... ( from the wikipedia article on John Gower)

  • John Couch Adams

    John Couch Adams is a Writer... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Couch Adams)

  • John Playfair

    John Playfair is a Writer... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Playfair)

  • John Norman

    John Frederick Lange, Jr. (born June 3, 1931), better known under his pen name John Norman, is a professor of philosophy and an author.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Norman)

  • John Taylor (bass guitarist)

    John Taylor (bass guitarist) is a Writer... ( from the wikipedia article on John Taylor (bass guitarist))

  • John Shirley

    John Patrick Shirley (born February 10, 1953) is an American science fiction and horror writer of novels, short stories, and television & film scripts.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Shirley)

  • John Sergeant (journalist)

    John Sergeant (journalist) is a Writer... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Sergeant (journalist))

  • John Douglas (bishop)

    John Douglas (bishop) is a Writer... ( from the wikipedia article on John Douglas (bishop))

  • John Taylor (classical scholar)

    John Taylor (22 June 1704 – 4 April 1766), English classical scholar, was born at Shrewsbury in Shropshire.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Taylor (classical scholar))

  • John Mill

    John Mill (c. 1645 – 23 June 1707) was an English theologian.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Mill)

  • John Tavener

    Sir John Tavener (born 28 January 1944) is a British composer, best known for such religious, minimal works as "The whale", and "Ikos". He began as prodigy;Boyden, Matthew.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Tavener)

  • John Evelyn

    John Evelyn is a Writer... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Evelyn)

  • John Fiske (philosopher)

    John Fiske (philosopher) is a Writer... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Fiske (philosopher))

  • John Selden

    John Selden is a Writer... ( from the wikipedia article on John Selden)

  • John Eliot (statesman)

    John Eliot (statesman) is a Writer... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Eliot (statesman))

  • John Fortescue (judge)

    John Fortescue (judge) is a Writer... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Fortescue (judge))

  • John Barry (composer)

    York, North Yorkshire, England, United Kingdom... ( from the wikipedia article on John Barry (composer))

  • John Taylor (dissenting preacher)

    John Taylor (1694–1761) was an English dissenting preacher, Hebrew scholar, and theologian.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Taylor (dissenting preacher))

  • John Taylor (poet)

    John Taylor (24 August 1578–1653) was an English poet who dubbed himself "The Water Poet".... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Taylor (poet))

  • John Cleland

    John Cleland (baptised 24 September 1709 – 23 January 1789) was an English novelist most famous and infamous as the author of Fanny Hill: or, the Memoirs of a Woman of Pleasure.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Cleland)

  • John Gillespie Magee, Jr.

    John Gillespie Magee, Jr. is a Writer... ( from the wikipedia article on John Gillespie Magee, Jr.)

  • John Veitch (poet)

    John Veitch (October 24, 1829 - September 3, 1894), Scottish poet, philosopher, and historian, son of a Peninsular veteran, was born at Peebles, and educated at Edinburgh University.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Veitch (poet))

  • John Gibson Lockhart

    John Gibson Lockhart is a Writer... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Gibson Lockhart)

  • John William Burgon

    John William Burgon is a Writer... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John William Burgon)

  • John Eyton Bickersteth Mayor

    John Eyton Bickersteth Mayor (January 28, 1825 – 1910) was an English classical scholar.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Eyton Bickersteth Mayor)

  • John Metcalf (writer)

    John Metcalf, CM (born 12 November 1938) is a Canadian writer, editor and critic.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Metcalf (writer))

  • John O'Hara

    John O'Hara is a Writer... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John O'Hara)

  • J. Hector St. John de Crèvecœur

    Michel Guillaume Jean de Crèvecœur (December 31, 1735 – November 12, 1813), naturalized in New York as John Hector St. John, was a French-American writer.... ( from the wikipedia article on J. Hector St. John de Crèvecœur)

  • John N. Heiskell

    John Netherland Heiskell (November 2, 1872 – December 28, 1972) was the second U.S Senator to reach the age of 100.... ( from the wikipedia article on John N. Heiskell)

  • John Nichol (biographer)

    John Nichol (8 September 1833 - 11 October 1894), was a Scottish literary academic, and the first Regius Professor of English Language and Literature at the University of Glasgow.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Nichol (biographer))

  • William John Conybeare

    William John Conybeare (1 August 1815 – 1857) was an English divine.... (extract from the wikipedia article on William John Conybeare)

  • John Payne Collier

    John Payne Collier (11 January 1789 – 17 September 1883), English Shakespearian critic and alleged forger, was born in London.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Payne Collier)

  • John Moultrie

    John Moultrie (December 30, 1799 - December 26, 1874) was an English poet.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Moultrie)

  • John Dallas (comics)

    John Dallas is a British artist. He drew Beryl the Peril in The Topper between 1970 and 1987.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Dallas (comics))

  • John Muir

    John Muir is a Writer... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Muir)

  • John Holt (educator)

    John Caldwell Holt (April 14, 1923 New York City - September 14, 1985) was an American author and educator, one of the best known proponents of homeschooling, and a pioneer in youth rights theory.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Holt (educator))

  • John Cusack

    John Cusack is a Writer... ( from the wikipedia article on John Cusack)

  • John Peters Humphrey

    John Peters Humphrey, OC, BCom, LLB (April 30, 1905 – March 14, 1995) was a Canadian legal scholar, jurist, and human rights advocate.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Peters Humphrey)

  • John Dalberg-Acton, 1st Baron Acton

    John Emerich Edward Dalberg-Acton, 1st Baron Acton, KCVO, DL (10 January 1834 – 19 June 1902), known as Sir John Dalberg-Acton, 8th Bt from 1837 to 1869 and usually referred to simply as Lord Acton, was an English historian, the only son of Sir Ferdinand Dalberg-Acton, 7th Baronet and grandson of the Neapolitan admiral, Sir John Acton, 6th Baronet. He was born in Naples.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Dalberg-Acton, 1st Baron Acton)

  • John Home

    John Home (22 September 1722 – 5 September 1808) was a Scottish poet and dramatist.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Home)

  • John Marlyn

    John Marlyn (April 2, 1912 - November 16, 2005) was a Hungarian-born Canadian writer who also used the pseudonym Vincent Reid when writing science fiction.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Marlyn)

  • John Lennard-Jones

    John Lennard-Jones is a Writer... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Lennard-Jones)

  • John Snagge

    John Snagge is a Writer... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Snagge)

  • John Conington

    John Conington (10 August 1825 – 23 October 1869) was an English classical scholar.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Conington)

  • John Hutchinson (writer)

    John Hutchinson (1674–1737) was an English theological writer.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Hutchinson (writer))

  • John Wallis

    John Wallis is a Writer... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Wallis)

  • John Byrom

    John Byrom is a Writer... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Byrom)

  • John Corigliano

    John Corigliano (born February 16, 1938, New York City, New York) is an American composer of classical music and a teacher of music. He is a distinguished professor of music at Lehman College in the City University of New York.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Corigliano)

  • John McCrae

    John McCrae is a Writer... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John McCrae)

  • John Zephaniah Holwell

    John Zephaniah Holwell FRS (17 September 1711 – 5 November 1798) was a surgeon, an employee of the English East India Company, and a temporary Governor of Bengal (1760). He was also one of the first Europeans to study Indian antiquities.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Zephaniah Holwell)

  • John Braine

    John Gerard Braine (13 April 1922 – 28 October 1986) was an English novelist. Braine is usually associated with the Angry Young Men movement.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Braine)

  • John Hopkinson

    John Hopkinson is a Writer... ( from the wikipedia article on John Hopkinson)

  • John Clare

    John Clare is a Writer... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Clare)

  • John Robert Seeley

    Sir John Robert Seeley, KCMG (10 September 1834 - 13 January 1895) was an English essayist and historian.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Robert Seeley)

  • John Campbell Shairp

    John Campbell Shairp (30 July 1819 - 18 September 1885) was a Scottish critic and man of letters.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Campbell Shairp)

  • John Michael Hayes

    John Michael Hayes (11 May 1919 – 19 November 2008) was an American screenwriter, who scripted several of Alfred Hitchcock's films in the 1950s.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Michael Hayes)

  • John C. Dvorak

    John C. Dvorak is a Writer... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John C. Dvorak)

  • John Ashbery

    John Ashbery is a Writer... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Ashbery)

  • John Dos Passos

    John Roderigo Dos Passos (January 14, 1896 – September 28, 1970) was an American novelist and artist.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Dos Passos)

  • John Witherspoon

    John Witherspoon is a Writer... ( from the wikipedia article on John Witherspoon)

  • John Rastell

    John Rastell (or Rastall) (circa 1475 – 1536), was an English printer and author.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Rastell)

  • Ernest John Moeran

    Ernest John Moeran (31 December 1894 – 1 December 1950) was an English composer.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on Ernest John Moeran)

  • Thomas John Dibdin

    Thomas John Dibdin (March 21, 1771 – September 16, 1841) was an English dramatist and song-writer.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on Thomas John Dibdin)

  • John Davies of Hereford

    John Davies of Hereford is a Writer... ( from the wikipedia article on John Davies of Hereford)

  • John C. Lilly

    John C. Lilly is a Writer... ( from the wikipedia article on John C. Lilly)

  • John Strype

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  • John Gabriel Stedman

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  • St. John Philby

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  • John Lent

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  • John Wheatley

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  • John Crowley

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  • John Larsson

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  • John Gould Fletcher

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  • John Donald Wade

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  • John Crowe Ransom

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  • John Hunter (Royal Navy officer)

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  • John Foxe

    John Foxe (1517"On the other hand, the patent of arms granted in 1598 to the family of John Foxe, and first printed by Maitland from a copy of 1692 in the college of arms, gives his birth year as 1516, and the date may have been supplied by [his own son] Samuel. But Samuel is very inaccurate in such matters; his diary misdates important happenings in his own life; and [his other son] Simeon's statement is too precise to be disregarded.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Foxe)

  • John Day (dramatist)

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  • John Lyly

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  • John Eliot (missionary)

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  • John Crowne

    John Crowne (6 April 1641 – 1712) was a British dramatist and a native of Nova Scotia.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Crowne)

  • John Murrell (playwright)

    John Murrell, OC, AOE (born October 15, 1945) is an American-born Canadian playwright.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Murrell (playwright))

  • John Shakespeare

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  • John Barnes (author)

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  • John Lewis (philosopher)

    John Lewis (February 1, 1889 - February 12, 1976) was a British Unitarian minister and Marxist philosopher and author of many works on philosophy, anthropology, and religion.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Lewis (philosopher))

  • John Lucas (philosopher)

    John Randolph Lucas FBA (born 18 June 1929) is a British philosopher.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Lucas (philosopher))

  • John Welsh of Ayr

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  • John William Kaye

    Sir John William Kaye (1814 - 24 July 1876) was a British military historian.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John William Kaye)

  • John McMurtry

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  • John Fante

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  • John Sheffield, 1st Duke of Buckingham and Normanby

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  • John Baptist Wolf

    John Baptiste Wolf (July 16, 1907-April 22, 1996) was a historian, specializing in modern European history.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Baptist Wolf)

  • John Archibald Wheeler

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  • John Bowker

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  • John Tulloch

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  • John Erskine of Dun

    John Erskine of Dun (1509 – 1591) was a Scottish religious reformer.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Erskine of Dun)

  • John Knowles

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  • John Haugeland

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  • John Henry Kyl

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  • John Davies (poet)

    Sir John Davies (April 16, 1569 – December 8, 1626) was an English poet and lawyer, who became attorney general in Ireland and formulated many of the legal principles that underpinned the British Empire.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Davies (poet))

  • John Wesley Harding (singer)

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  • Sir John Lubbock, 3rd Baronet

    Sir John William Lubbock, 3rd Baronet (26 March 1803–21 June 1865) was an English banker, barrister, mathematician and astronomer.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on Sir John Lubbock, 3rd Baronet)

  • John Keegan

    Sir John Desmond Patrick Keegan OBE (born 15 May 1934) is a British military historian, lecturer and journalist. He has published many works on the nature of combat between the 14th and 21st centuries concerning land, air, maritime and intelligence warfare as well as the psychology of battle.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Keegan)

  • John Peter Zenger

    John Peter Zenger (October 26, 1697 – July 28, 1746) was a German-born American printer, publisher, editor, and journalist in New York City. He was defendant in a landmark legal case in American jurisprudence that determined that truth was a defense against charges of libel.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Peter Zenger)

  • John Mbiti

    John Samuel Mbiti (born 30 November 1931) is a Christian religious philosopher. He is an ordained Anglican priest, and a canon.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Mbiti)

  • John Walvoord

    John F. Walvoord (May 1, 1910 – December 20, 2002) was a Christian theologian, pastor, and president of Dallas Theological Seminary from 1952 to 1986.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Walvoord)

  • John Tzetzes

    John Tzetzes (, c. 1110 – 1180) was a Byzantine poet and grammarian, known to have lived at Constantinople during the 12th century.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Tzetzes)

  • John of Ephesus

    John of Ephesus (or of Asia) (c. 507 - c.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John of Ephesus)

  • John Gunther

    John Gunther (August 30, 1901 – May 29, 1970) was an American journalist and author whose success came primarily in the 1940s and 1950s with a series of popular sociopolitical works known as the "Inside" books. He is best known today for the memoir Death Be Not Proud about the death of his teenage son, Johnny Gunther, from a brain tumor.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Gunther)

  • William John Swainson

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  • John Gould

    John Gould (14 September 1804 – 3 February 1881) was an English ornithologist. The Gould League in Australia was named after him.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Gould)

  • John Collier (writer)

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  • John Keen

    John "Speedy" Keen (29 March 1945 – 12 March 2002) was a member of the band, Thunderclap Newman. He was born John David Percy Keen in Ealing, West London.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Keen)

  • John D. MacDonald

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  • John Burnheim

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  • John Churton Collins

    John Churton Collins (26 March 1848 – 25 September 1908), English literary critic, was born at Bourton-on-the-Water, Gloucestershire.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Churton Collins)

  • John Kidd (chemist)

    John Kidd (10 September 1775 – 7 September 1851) was an English physician, chemist and geologist.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Kidd (chemist))

  • John McLaughlin (host)

    John McLaughlin (born March 29, 1927) is an American television personality and political commentator. He created, produces and hosts the long-running political commentary series The McLaughlin Group as well as John McLaughlin's One On One.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John McLaughlin (host))

  • William John Hamilton

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  • John Jakes

    John William Jakes (born on March 31, 1932 in Chicago, Illinois) is an American writer of fiction, best known for American historical fiction. Jakes first sold stories to pulp magazines while still in college in the early 1950s.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Jakes)

  • John Hervey, 2nd Baron Hervey

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  • John Heneage Jesse

    John Heneage Jesse (1815 – July 7, 1874), English historian, son of Edward Jesse, was educated at Eton, and afterward became a clerk in the secretary's department of the admiralty.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Heneage Jesse)

  • John Edwin Sandys

    Sir John Edwin Sandys FBA (19 May 1844–6 July 1922, age 78), was a classical scholar.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Edwin Sandys)

  • John Mason Good

    John Mason Good (May 25, 1764 – January 2, 1827), English writer on medical, religious and classical subjects, was born at Epping, Essex.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Mason Good)

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  • John Septimus Roe

    John Septimus Roe (8 May 1797–28 May 1878) was the first Surveyor-General of Western Australia. He was a renowned explorer, and a Member of Western Australia's Legislative and Executive Councils for nearly 40 years.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Septimus Roe)

  • John Henry Faulk

    John Henry Faulk (August 21, 1913–April 9, 1990) from Austin, Texas was a storyteller and radio show host. His successful lawsuit against blacklisters of the entertainment industry helped to bring an end to the Hollywood blacklist.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Henry Faulk)

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  • John Cole (journalist)

    John Cole (born 23 November 1927 in Belfast) is a British journalist and broadcaster. He was the BBC's Political Editor from 1981 to 1992.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Cole (journalist))

  • John R. Neill

    John Rea Neill (November 12, 1877 - September 13, 1943) was a magazine and children's book illustrator primarily known for illustrating more than forty stories set in the Land of Oz, including L. Frank Baum's, Ruth Plumly Thompson's, and three of his own.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John R. Neill)

  • John Wain

    John Wain (baptised John Barrington Wain, March 14, 1925 – May 24, 1994) was an English poet, novelist, and critic, associated with the literary group "The Movement". For most of his life, Wain worked as a freelance journalist and author, writing and reviewing for newspapers and the radio.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Wain)

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  • John Coulthart

    John Coulthart (born March 15, 1962) is a British graphic artist, illustrator, author and designer who has produced book covers and illustrations, CD covers and posters. He is also the author of the critically acclaimed Lovecraft inspired book The Haunter of the Dark: And Other Grotesque Visions (with an introduction by Alan Moore).... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Coulthart)

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  • John Michell

    John Michell (25 December 1724 – 29 April 1793) was an English natural philosopher and geologist whose work spanned a wide range of subjects from astronomy to geology, optics, and gravitation. He was both a theorist and an experimenter.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Michell)

  • John Kessel

    John Kessel (b. 24 September 1950 in Buffalo, New York) is an American author of science fiction and fantasy.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Kessel)

  • John Trudell

    John Trudell (born February 15, 1946) is an American author, poet, musician, and former political activist.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Trudell)

  • John Toland (author)

    John Willard Toland (June 29, 1912 in La Crosse, Wisconsin - January 4, 2004 in Danbury, Connecticut) was an American author and historian. He is best known for his biography of Adolf Hitler.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Toland (author))

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  • John Hall (physician)

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  • John Harsanyi

    John Charles Harsanyi () (born May 29, 1920 in Budapest, Hungary; died August 9, 2000 in Berkeley, California, United States) was a Hungarian-Australian-American economist and Nobel Memorial Prize in Economic Sciences winner.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Harsanyi)

  • John Squire

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  • John Forbes (poet)

    John Forbes (1 September 1950 - 23 January 1998) was an Australian poet.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Forbes (poet))

  • John Mudge

    John Mudge (1721 – 26 March 1793) was an English physician and amateur creator of telescope mirrors. He won the Copley Medal in 1777 for a paper on reflecting telescopes.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Mudge)

  • John Neihardt

    Johnathan (John) Gneisenau Neihardt (January 8, 1881 – November 24, 1973) was an American author of poetry and prose, an amateur historian and ethnographer, and a philosopher of the Great Plains. Born at the end of the American settlement of the Plains, his attention was nevertheless drawn to the experiences and memories of those who had been a part of the European migration as well as the American Indian cultures they displaced.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Neihardt)

  • John Julius Norwich

    John Julius Cooper, 2nd Viscount Norwich CVO (born 15 September 1929) — known as John Julius Norwich — is an English historian, travel writer and television personality.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Julius Norwich)

  • John R. Moore

    John Robert Moore (1890-1973) was a biographer of Daniel Defoe. His works include:... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John R. Moore)

  • John Kettley

    John Graham Kettley (born 11 July 1952 in Halifax, West Yorkshire) is an English freelance weatherman.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Kettley)

  • John Pringle

    Sir John Pringle, 1st Baronet, FRS (10 April 1707 – 18 January 1782) was a Scottish physician who has been called the "father of military medicine" (although Ambroise Paré and Jonathan Letterman have also been accorded this sobriquet).... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Pringle)

  • John Sutherland (author)

    John Andrew Sutherland (born 9 October 1938Who's Who 2002 ) is an English academic, emeritus professor, newspaper columnist and author.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Sutherland (author))

  • John Bagot Glubb

    Lieutenant-General Sir John Bagot Glubb KCB, CMG, DSO, OBE, MC better known as Glubb Pasha (born 16 April 1897, Preston, Lancashire – died 17 March 1986, Mayfield, Sussex), was a British soldier best known for leading and training Transjordan's Arab Legion 1939-1956 as its commanding general. During World War I, he served in France.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Bagot Glubb)

  • John Canton

    John Canton FRS (31 July 1718 – 22 March 1772) was an English physicist.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Canton)

  • John Ball (author)

    John Dudley Ball (1911–1988), writing as John Ball, was an American writer best known for mystery novels involving the African-American police detective Virgil Tibbs. He was introduced in the 1965 In the Heat of the Night where he solves a murder in a racist Southern small town.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Ball (author))

  • John Kerr (physicist)

    John Kerr FRS (17 December 1824 – 15 August 1907) was a Scottish physicist and a pioneer in the field of electro-optics. He is best known for the discovery of what is now called the Kerr effect.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Kerr (physicist))

  • John Bird (astronomer)

    John Bird (1709–1776), the great mathematical instrument maker, was born at Bishop Auckland. He worked in London for Jeremiah Sisson, and by 1745 he had his own business in the Strand.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Bird (astronomer))

  • John Dyer

    John Dyer (1699 – December 1757) was a painter and Welsh poet turned clergyman of the Church of EnglandShaw, Thomas B. A Complete Manual of English Literature.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Dyer)

  • John Florio

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  • Sir John Beaumont, 1st Baronet

    Sir John Beaumont, 1st Baronet (1583 – 19 April 1627), was an English poet.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on Sir John Beaumont, 1st Baronet)

  • John Tower

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  • John Phillips (musician)

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  • John Boorman

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  • John Gresham Machen

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  • John Stewart (musician)

    John Stewart (September 5, 1939 San Diego, California  – January 19, 2008) was an American songwriter and singer. He is known for his contributions to the American folk music movement of the early and mid 1960s while a member of The Kingston Trio (1961–1967) and as the songwriter of The Monkees' #1 hit song Daydream Believer, among several hundred other original songs composed over a solo career of more than forty years.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Stewart (musician))

  • John Robert Starr

    John Robert Starr ( 1927 - 1 April 2000 ) was an American journalist and newspaper columnist. Starr was noted for his role in the demise of the Arkansas Gazette during the 1980s and his criticism of President Bill Clinton including popularizing the term "Slick Willie".... ( from the wikipedia article on John Robert Starr)

  • John Caputo

    John D. Caputo (born October 26, 1940) is the Thomas J.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Caputo)

  • John Harvey Kellogg

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  • Prideaux John Selby

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  • John Dillon

    John Dillon (4 September 1851 – 4 August 1927) was an Irish land reform agitator from Dublin, an Irish Home Rule activist, a nationalist politician, a Member of Parliament (MP) for over 35 years, and the last leader of the Irish Parliamentary Party.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Dillon)

  • John Phillips (author)

    John Phillips (1631–1706) was an English author, the brother of Edward Phillips, and a nephew of John Milton.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Phillips (author))

  • John Harris (writer)

    John Harris (c. 1666 – 7 September 1719) was an English writer.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Harris (writer))

  • John Wooden

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  • John Hadley

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  • John McCarthy (journalist)

    John Patrick McCarthy CBE (born 27 November 1956) is a British journalist and one of the hostages in the Lebanon hostage crisis. He was kidnapped by Islamic Jihad terrorists in Lebanon in April 1986, and held hostage for more than five years.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John McCarthy (journalist))

  • John Partridge (astrologer)

    John Partridge (1644 - ca. 1714) was an English astrologer.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Partridge (astrologer))

  • John Hospers

    John Hospers (born 9 June 1918) was the first presidential candidate of the United States Libertarian Party, running in the 1972 presidential election. He has also been an educator, a magazine editor, and a prolific writer.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Hospers)

  • John Simpson (journalist)

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  • John Cotton (Puritan)

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  • John Templeton

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  • John Morgan (journalist)

    John Morgan (1929-1988) was a Welsh journalist and broadcaster.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Morgan (journalist))

  • John Morgan (poet)

    John Morgan (also known as John Morgan Matchin or John Morgan of Matchin) (7 February 1688 – 28 February 1733 or 1734) was a Welsh clergyman, scholar and poet.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Morgan (poet))

  • John Roberts (Canadian politician)

    John Roberts (Canadian politician) is a Writer... ( from the wikipedia article on John Roberts (Canadian politician))

  • John Steakley

    John Steakley, born 1951 in Cleburne, Texas, is an author, best known for his science fiction writing. He has written two major novels, Armor (1984) and Vampire$ (1991), the latter of which became the basis for John Carpenter's Vampires movie.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Steakley)

  • John Saywell

    John Tupper Saywell (born 1929) is a Canadian historian specializing in the fields of politics and constitution.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Saywell)

  • John Marston

    John Marston (baptised October 7, 1576 – June 25, 1634) was an English poet, playwright and satirist (one who uses irony and sarcasm) during the late Elizabethan and Jacobean periods. Although his career as a writer lasted only a decade, his work is remembered for its energetic and often obscure style, its contributions to the development of a distinctively Jacobean style in poetry, and its idiosyncratic vocabulary.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Marston)

  • George John Pinwell

    George John Pinwell (1842 - September 8, 1875), was a British watercolour painter.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on George John Pinwell)

  • John DeChancie

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  • John Stott

    John Robert Walmsley Stott, CBE (born 27 April 1921) is an English Christian leader and Anglican clergyman who is noted as a leader of the worldwide evangelical movement. He is notable as one of the principal authors of the Lausanne Covenant in 1974.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Stott)

  • John Brown (essayist)

    John Brown (November 5, 1715, Rothbury, Northumberland – 1766) was an English divine and author.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Brown (essayist))

  • John Brown (clergyman)

    John Brown (July 12, 1784 – October 13, 1858), Scottish divine, grandson of John Brown of Haddington, was born at Whitburn, Linlithgowshire.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Brown (clergyman))

  • John Dennis (dramatist)

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  • Oliver St. John Gogarty

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  • John Wimber

    John Richard Wimber (February 25, 1934 - November 17, 1997) was a charismatic pastor and one of the founding leaders of the Vineyard Movement.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Wimber)

  • John Russell Hind

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  • John Lehman

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  • John Thadeus Delane

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  • John Malalas

    John Malalas or Ioannes Malalas (or Malelas) (Greek: ) (c. 491 – 578) was a Byzantine chronicler from Antioch.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Malalas)

  • John Wansbrough

    John Edward Wansbrough (February 19, 1928 – June 10, 2002) was an American historian who taught at the University of London's School of Oriental and African Studies (SOAS). Wansbrough's emphasis was on the critique of traditional accounts of the origins of Islam.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Wansbrough)

  • John Winthrop (1714–1779)

    John Winthrop (December 19, 1714 – May 3, 1779) was the 2nd Hollis Professor of Mathematics and Natural Philosophy in Harvard College. He was a distinguished mathematician, physicist and astronomer, born in Boston, Mass.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Winthrop (1714–1779))

  • John Humphrys

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  • John Wagner

    John Wagner is a comics writer who was born in Pennsylvania in 1949 and moved to Scotland as a boy. Alongside Pat Mills, Wagner was responsible for revitalising British boys' comics in the 1970s, and has continued to be a leading light in British comics ever since.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Wagner)

  • John Allen Paulos

    John Allen Paulos (born July 4, 1945) is a professor of mathematics at Temple University in Philadelphia who has gained fame as a writer and speaker on mathematics and the importance of mathematical literacy. His book Innumeracy: Mathematical Illiteracy and its Consequences (1988) was an influential bestseller and A Mathematician Reads the Newspaper (1995) extended the critique.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Allen Paulos)

  • John A. T. Robinson

    John Arthur Thomas Robinson (1919 in Canterbury, England – December 5, 1983) was a New Testament scholar, author and a former Anglican Bishop of Woolwich, New Bishop Suffragan Of Woolwich (Official Appointments and Notices) The Times Wednesday, June 03, 1959; p. 12; Issue 54477; col G... ( from the wikipedia article on John A. T. Robinson)

  • John Heminges

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  • John Gardner (novelist)

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  • John H. D. Anderson

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  • John Norvell

    John Norvell (December 21, 1789 – April 24 (sometimes given as April 11), 1850) was a newspaper editor and one of the first U.S.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Norvell)

  • John Hookham Frere

    John Hookham Frere (21 May 1769 – 7 January 1846) was an English diplomat and author.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Hookham Frere)

  • John Hayward

    Sir John Hayward (c. 1560 - June 27, 1627), English historian, was born at or near Felixstowe, Suffolk, where he was educated, and afterwards proceeded to Pembroke College, Cambridge, where he took the degrees of B.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Hayward)

  • John Diamond (journalist)

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  • John Louis Emil Dreyer

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  • John Stenhouse

    John Stenhouse (31 October 1809 – 31 December 1880) was a Scottish chemist. In 1854, he invented one of the first practical respirators.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Stenhouse)

  • John Buscema

    John Buscema, born Giovanni Natale Buscema (December 11, 1927–January 10, 2002),John Buscema, Social Security Death Index details, FamilySearch was an American comic-book artist and one of the mainstays of Marvel Comics during its 1960s and 1970s ascendancy into an industry leader and its subsequent expansion to a major pop culture conglomerate. His younger brother Sal Buscema is also a comic-book artist.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Buscema)

  • John Virgo

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  • John Livingston Lowes

    John Livingston Lowes (December 20, 1867, Decatur, Indiana – August 15, 1945, Boston, Massachusetts) was an American scholar of English literature, specializing in Samuel Taylor Coleridge and Geoffrey Chaucer.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Livingston Lowes)

  • John Spencer (snooker player)

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  • John Richardson (naturalist)

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  • John Sullivan (writer)

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  • John Rutter

    Dr John Milford Rutter CBE (born ) is an English composer, conductor, editor, arranger and record producer, mainly of choral music.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Rutter)

  • John K. Samson

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  • John Waters (columnist)

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  • John Waters (filmmaker)

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  • John Taylor Gatto

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  • John O'Farrell

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  • John Arlott

    Leslie Thomas John Arlott OBE (25 February 1914 – 14 December 1991) was an English journalist, author and cricket commentator for the BBC's Test Match Special. He was also a poet, wine connoisseur and former police officer in Hampshire.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Arlott)

  • John Henry Mackay

    John Henry Mackay (1864 – May 16, 1933) was an individualist anarchist, thinker and writer. Born in Scotland and raised in Germany, Mackay was the author of Die Anarchisten (The Anarchists) (1891) and Der Freiheitsucher (The Searcher for Freedom) (1921).... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Henry Mackay)

  • John Horsley (archaeologist)

    John Horsley (c. 1685–12 January 1732) was a British archaeologist famous for his book Britannia Romana.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Horsley (archaeologist))

  • John Pinkerton

    John Pinkerton (17 February 1758 —10 March 1826 ) was a Scottish antiquarian, cartographer, author, numismatist, historian, and early advocate of Germanic racial supremacy theory.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Pinkerton)

  • John Evans (archaeologist)

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  • John D. Barrow

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  • John Foxx

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  • John Charles Daly

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  • John Landis

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  • John Masters

    Lieutenant Colonel John Masters, DSO (1914–1983) was an English officer in the British Indian Army and novelist. His works are noted for their treatment of the British Empire in India.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Masters)

  • John Craven

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  • John Markoff

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  • John Broome (writer)

    John Broome (1913 – March 1999), who additionally used the pseudonyms John Osgood and Edgar Ray Meritt, was an American comic book writer for DC Comics.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Broome (writer))

  • John Murray (theologian)

    John Murray (14 October 1898 – 8 May 1975) was a Scottish-born Calvinist theologian who taught at Princeton Seminary and then left to help found Westminster Theological Seminary, where he taught for many years.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Murray (theologian))

  • John Heywood

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  • John Weidman

    John Weidman (born September 25, 1946) is an American librettist. He is the son of librettist and novelist Jerome Weidman.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Weidman)

  • John Patrick (dramatist)

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  • John Beatty (illustrator)

    John Beatty (born May 6, 1961) is an American illustrator born in Whitesburg, Kentucky who has worked for Marvel Comics and DC Comics,... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Beatty (illustrator))

  • John Harbison

    John Harris Harbison (born December 20, 1938 in Orange, New Jersey) is a composer, best known for his operas and large choral works.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Harbison)

  • John Joseph Brady

    John Joseph Brady lives in Newburyport, Massachusetts. He is a visiting professor who teaches news writing and editing, as well as graphics at the E.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Joseph Brady)

  • John Bean

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  • John L. Stevens

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  • Emmet John Hughes

    Emmett John Hughes (December 26, 1920 in Newark, New Jersey - September 18, 1982) was a foreign bureau chief for and article editor for Time-Life and an aide and speechwriter for U.S.... ( from the wikipedia article on Emmet John Hughes)

  • John Saul

    John Saul (born February 25, 1942) is an American author of suspense and horror novels. Most of his books have appeared on the New York Times Best Seller List.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Saul)

  • John Rzeznik

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  • John Crook

    Dr John Hurrell Crook, Phd, DSC (born 27 November 1930) is a British ethologist, sociologist and student of Chán (Chinese Zen) Buddhism. He is a dharma heir of Chan Master Sheng-yen, having received dharma transmission in 1993 in the lineages of Linji and Caodong Chan.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Crook)

  • John William Draper

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  • John Frederick Miller

    John Frederick Miller (1759–1796) was an English illustrator, mainly of botanical subjects.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Frederick Miller)

  • John Thomas Dunlop

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  • John Tietjen

    John Tietjen (June 18, 1928 - February 15, 2004) was a Lutheran clergyman, theologian, and national church leader in the United States. He is best known both for his role in the Seminex controversy which roiled the Lutheran Church - Missouri Synod (LCMS) in the mid-1970s, and for his efforts on behalf of Lutheran unity that resulted in the formation of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America (ELCA).... ( from the wikipedia article on John Tietjen)

  • John Ringo

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  • John Daniel Runkle

    John Daniel Runkle is a Writer... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Daniel Runkle)

  • John Rushworth

    John Rushworth is a Writer... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Rushworth)

  • John McCrea

    John McCrea (born 1966 in Belfast, Northern Ireland) is a comic book artist best known for his collaborations with writer Garth Ennis.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John McCrea)

  • John Robert Vane

    Sir John Robert Vane (29 March 1927 – 19 November 2004) was an English pharmacologist, born in Tardebigg, Worcestershire. His father was the son of immigrants from Russia and his mother came from a Worcestershire farming family.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Robert Vane)

  • John Tripp (poet)

    John Tripp (22 July 1927 – 16 February 1986) was an Anglo-Welsh poet and short-story writer.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Tripp (poet))

  • John Gardner (thriller writer)

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  • John Buckland Wright

    John Buckland Wright (1897 – 1954) was an illustrator and engraver from Dunedin, New Zealand.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Buckland Wright)

  • John Wells (satirist)

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  • John Desmond Bernal

    John Desmond Bernal FRS (b.10 May 1901, Nenagh, Co.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Desmond Bernal)

  • John Gambril Nicholson

    John Gambril Francis Nicholson (6 October 1866 – 1 July 1931) was an English school teacher, Uranian poet, and an amateur photographer. He was the quintessential Uranian, forming the center of that semi-underground world, and frequently writing introductions for and receiving dedications from his peers.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Gambril Nicholson)

  • Edmund John

    Edmund John (27 November 1883 - 28 February 1917) was a British poet of the Uranian school whose verses were modelled on the Symbolist poetry of Swinburne and other earlier poets. Much of his work was condemned by critics for being overly decadent and unfashionable.... (extract from the wikipedia article on Edmund John)

  • John Humphrey Noyes

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  • John Milton Niles

    John Milton Niles is a Writer... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Milton Niles)

  • John Lehmann

    John Frederick Lehmann (born Bourne End, Buckinghamshire, 2 June 1907; died London, 7 April 1987) was an English poet and man of letters, and one of the foremost literary editors of the twentieth century, founding the periodicals New WritingNew Writing 1938 Edition (reprinted by Ayer Co.)John Lehmann at Ayer Company Publishers and The London Magazine.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Lehmann)

  • John Strong Newberry

    John Strong Newberry (December 22, 1822 – December 7, 1892) was a U.S.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Strong Newberry)

  • John Pope-Hennessy

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  • John H. Bryden

    John H. Bryden (born July 15, 1943, Dundas, Ontario) is a Canadian politician, journalist, historian.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John H. Bryden)

  • John Henry Poynting

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  • John of Avila

    Saint John of Avila, Apostle of Andalusia (6 January 1500, Almodóvar del Campo – 10 May 1569, Montilla, Spain) was a Spanish apostolic preacher, author, mystic and saint, canonized in 1970. Known in Spanish as San Juan de Ávila.... ( from the wikipedia article on John of Avila)

  • John Erskine of Carnock

    John Erskine of Carnock (see (1695 - 1768) was a Scottish] jurist and professor of [[Scottish law at the University of Edinburgh. He wrote the Principles of the Law of Scotland and the Institutes of the Law of Scotland, prominent books on Scots law.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Erskine of Carnock)

  • St. John Greer Ervine

    St. John Greer Ervine (1883 - January 24, 1971 in London) was an Irish author, writer, critic and dramatist.... (extract from the wikipedia article on St. John Greer Ervine)

  • John Cullen Murphy

    John Cullen Murphy (May 3, 1919, New York City, New York – July 2, 2004, Greenwich, Connecticut) was a magazine and comic strip illustrator known for his work on the Prince Valiant comic strip featured in the Daily News. Murphy died at the age of 85, just four months after stepping down from the newspaper.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Cullen Murphy)

  • John Glashan

    John Glashan (born John McGlashan, 24 December 1927 - 15 June 1999) was a Scottish cartoonist, illustrator and playwright. He was the creator of the "Genius" cartoons.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Glashan)

  • John Oxenham

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  • John Stuart Blackie

    John Stuart Blackie (28 July 1809 – 2 March 1895) was a Scottish scholar and man of letters. He was born in Glasgow, and educated at the New Academy and afterwards at the Marischal College, in Aberdeen, where his father was manager of the Commercial Bank.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Stuart Blackie)

  • John Rees (activist)

    John Rees (born 1957) is a writer and political activist. He is currently the writer and presenter of the political history series Timeline and occasional presenter of the Politics and Media programme, both of which are broadcast on the Islam Channel.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Rees (activist))

  • John Banville

    John Banville is a Writer... ( from the wikipedia article on John Banville)

  • John Bassett Moore

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  • John Percival Postgate

    John Percival Postgate (24 October 1853 - 15 July 1926) was an English classicist, professor of Latin at the University of Liverpool from 1909 to 1920.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Percival Postgate)

  • John Morris-Jones

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  • John Wrottesley, 2nd Baron Wrottesley

    John Wrottesley, 2nd Baron Wrottesley FRS FRAS (born August 5, 1798 nr. Wolverhampton - died October 27, 1867) was an English astronomer.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Wrottesley, 2nd Baron Wrottesley)

  • John Farey, Sr.

    John Farey, Sr. (1766 – January 6, 1826) was an English geologist and writer.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Farey, Sr.)

  • John of Ruysbroeck

    The Blessed John of Ruysbroeck (, ) (1293 or 1294, Ruisbroek – December 2, 1381, Groenendaal) was one of the Flemish mystics.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John of Ruysbroeck)

  • John Schneider (stage actor)

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  • John Romita, Sr.

    Comics Buyer's Guide #1650; February 2009; Page 107... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Romita, Sr.)

  • John Romita, Jr.

    John Salvatore Romita, Jr. (born August 17, 1956) is an American comic book artist best known for his extensive work for Marvel Comics from the 1970s to the 2000s.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Romita, Jr.)

  • John Godfrey

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  • John Kinsella (poet)

    John Kinsella (born 1963) is an Australian poet, novelist, critic, essayist and editor. His writing is strongly influenced by landscape, and he espouses an 'international regionalism' in his approach to place"John Kinsella interviewed by Tracy Ryan.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Kinsella (poet))

  • John Hemming (explorer)

    Dr John Hemming, CMG (born 5 January 1935) is an explorer and author, expert on Incas and indigenous peoples of Amazonia.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Hemming (explorer))

  • Rousas John Rushdoony

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  • John Erskine (educator)

    John Erskine (October 5, 1879 – June 2, 1951) was a U.S.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Erskine (educator))

  • John of Biclaro

    John of Biclaro, Biclar, or Biclarum (circa 540 - after 621), also Iohannes Biclarensis, was a Visigoth chronicler, born in Lusitania, in the city of Scallabis (modern Santarém in Portugal), who must have been from a Catholic family, to judge from his name. He was also bishop of Gerona.... ( from the wikipedia article on John of Biclaro)

  • John Roberts (journalist)

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  • John R. MacArthur

    John R. "Rick" MacArthur (June 4, 1956, New York City) is an American journalist and author of books about US politics.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John R. MacArthur)

  • John Brown Gordon

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  • John Buxton Hilton

    John Buxton Hilton was a British crime writer (1921 - 1986). Hilton was born in Buxton, Derbyshire.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Buxton Hilton)

  • John D. Fitzgerald

    John Dennis Fitzgerald (February 3, 1906 – May 21, 1988) was an American author.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John D. Fitzgerald)

  • John Churchill Chase

    John Churchill Chase (1905 - 1986) was a cartoonist and writer. He was known for his editorial cartoons and his works on the history of his native New Orleans and Louisiana in the United States.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Churchill Chase)

  • John Van Nest Talmage

    John Van Nest Talmage (; born Somerville, New Jersey, 18 August 1819; died 19 August 1892), was a Protestant Christian missionary to Amoy, China.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Van Nest Talmage)

  • John Anderson (zoologist)

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  • John Cassaday

    John Cassaday (born 1971) is an American comic book artist and writer, born in Fort Worth, Texas and currently residing in New York City. He is known for having a high level of precision and realism in his work.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Cassaday)

  • John Dufresne

    John Dufresne is an American author of French Canadian descent born January 30, 1948 in Worcester, Massachusetts. He graduated from Worcester State College in 1970 and the University of Arkansas in 1984.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Dufresne)

  • John Melendez

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  • John Chamberlain (sculptor)

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  • John Clarke (satirist)

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  • John Loprieno

    John A. Loprieno (born October 7, 1960) is an American actor and writer.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Loprieno)

  • John Ostrander

    John Ostrander (born April 20, 1949) is an American writer of comic books. He is best known for his work on Suicide Squad, Grimjack and Star Wars: Legacy, series he helped create.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Ostrander)

  • John Bennet Lawes

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  • John F. Burns

    John F. Burns (John Fisher Burns) (born October 4, 1944) is a British journalist, winner of two Pulitzer Prizes.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John F. Burns)

  • John Bayliss

    John Bayliss (1919–2008) was a British poet and significant literary editor of the World War II period; later in life a civil servant. He was born in Gloucestershire, and was an undergraduate at St Catharine's College, Cambridge.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Bayliss)

  • John Middleton Murry

    John Middleton Murry (6 August 1889 – 12 March 1957) was an English writer. He was prolific, producing more than 60 books and thousands of essays and reviews on literature, social issues, politics, and religion during his lifetime.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Middleton Murry)

  • John Podhoretz

    John Podhoretz (; born April 18, 1961) is an American neoconservative columnist for the New York Post, editor of Commentary magazine, and the author of several books on politics, and a former presidential speechwriter.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Podhoretz)

  • John James Waterston

    John James Waterston (1811 - June 18, 1883) was a Scottish physicist, a neglected pioneer of the kinetic theory of gases.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John James Waterston)

  • John Hopkins (writer)

    John Richard Hopkins (sometimes credited as John R. Hopkins; 27 January 1931 – 23 July 1998) was an English film and television writer.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Hopkins (writer))

  • John Hutton Balfour

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  • John Gawsworth

    John Gawsworth (29 June 1912 - 23 September 1970), a pseudonym of Terence Ian Fytton Armstrong (also referred to as T. I.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Gawsworth)

  • John Chancellor

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  • John Ramsay McCulloch

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  • John Hodge (screenwriter)

    John Hodge (born in 1964 in Glasgow, Scotland) is a British screenwriter, most noted for his adaptation of Irvine Welsh's novel Trainspotting into the script for the film of the same title. His movies include Shallow Grave (1994), Trainspotting (1996) A Life Less Ordinary (1997), The Beach (2000), The Final Curtain (2002), and the short film Alien Love Triangle (2002).... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Hodge (screenwriter))

  • John Lawrence Daly

    John L. Daly (March 31, 1943 – January 29, 2004), was an Australian teacher and self-declared "Greenhouse skeptic.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Lawrence Daly)

  • John Adolphus

    John Adolphus (1768–1845) was an English historian from London. He studied law and was called to the Bar in 1807.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Adolphus)

  • John Asgill

    John Asgill (25 March 1659 – 10 November 1738) was an eccentric English writer and politician.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Asgill)

  • John Austin (legal philosopher)

    John Austin (1790–1859) was a noted British jurist and published extensively concerning the philosophy of law and jurisprudence.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Austin (legal philosopher))

  • John Bodenham

    John Bodenham (c. 1559 - 1610), anthologist, is stated to have been the editor of some of the Elizabethan anthologies, viz.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Bodenham)

  • John Herapath

    John Herapath (May 30, 1790 - February 24, 1868) was an English physicist who gave a partial account of the kinetic theory of gases in 1820 though it was neglected by the scientific community at the time.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Herapath)

  • John Hill Burton

    John Hill Burton (22 August 1809 – 10 August 1881) was a Scottish historian, jurist, and economist. He was Historiographer Royal 1867-1881.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Hill Burton)

  • John Francis Campbell

    John Francis Campbell (Iain Frangan Caimbeul, known in Scottish Gaelic as Iain Òg Ìle ('Young John of Islay'); born in Islay, 29 December 1821 - died in Cannes, 17 February 1885), Celtic scholar, educated at Eton and Edinburgh, was afterwards Secretary to the Lighthouse Commission. He was an authority on Celtic folklore, and published the bilingual Popular Tales of the West Highlands (4 vols.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Francis Campbell)

  • John Wishart (statistician)

    John Wishart FRSE (28 November 1898 – 14 July 1956) was a Scottish agricultural statistician.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Wishart (statistician))

  • John Doyle (critic)

    John Doyle (born 1957) is one of the two television critics (along with Andrew Ryan) with Canada's The Globe and Mail newspaper. Doyle also covers major football events for the paper.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Doyle (critic))

  • John Wolfenden, Baron Wolfenden

    John Frederick Wolfenden, Baron Wolfenden, CBE (1906, Halifax, West Yorkshire – 1985) was a British educationalist probably best remembered for chairing the Wolfenden report recommending the decriminalisation of homosexuality, which was published in 1957. John Wolfenden was the father of Jeremy Wolfenden, Foreign Correspondent for the Daily Telegraph and British spy.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Wolfenden, Baron Wolfenden)

  • John Rankine

    John Rankine (born Douglas Rankine Mason 26 September 1918) is a British science fiction author, who has written books as John Rankine and Douglas R. Mason.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Rankine)

  • John Peel (writer)

    John Peel (born 1954) is a British writer, best known for his books connected to several television series. He has written under several pseudonyms, including John Vincent and Nicholas Adams.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Peel (writer))

  • John Kendrick Bangs

    John Kendrick Bangs is a Writer... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Kendrick Bangs)

  • John William Wallace

    John William Wallace (February 17, 1815–January 12, 1884) was an American lawyer and the seventh reporter of decisions of the United States Supreme Court, serving from 1863 to 1874.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John William Wallace)

  • John Berkenhout

    John Berkenhout is a Writer... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Berkenhout)

  • John Heath-Stubbs

    John Heath-Stubbs is a Writer... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Heath-Stubbs)

  • John Birmingham

    John Birmingham is a Writer... ( from the wikipedia article on John Birmingham)

  • John Wells (TV producer)

    John Marcum Wells (born May 28, 1956) is a theater and television producer, writer and director. He is best known for his role as executive producer and show runner of the television series ER, Third Watch, and The West Wing.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Wells (TV producer))

  • John Mearsheimer

    John J. Mearsheimer, PhD (born December 1947) is an American professor of Political Science at the University of Chicago.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Mearsheimer)

  • John Gall (author)

    John Gall is an author and retired pediatrician. His book The Systems Bible, also known as Systemantics in earlier editions, is a critique of systems theory.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Gall (author))

  • William John Burchell

    William John Burchell is a Writer... (abstract from the wikipedia article on William John Burchell)

  • John Hattendorf

    John Hattendorf is a Writer... ( from the wikipedia article on John Hattendorf)

  • John R. Commons

    John Rogers Commons (born October 13, 1862, Hollandsburg, Ohio, U.S.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John R. Commons)

  • John Capgrave

    John Capgrave (born April 21, 1393, Lynn, Norfolk, Eng. died Aug.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Capgrave)

  • John Esten Cooke

    John Esten Cooke (November 3, 1830 – September 27, 1886) was an American novelist and the brother of poet Philip Pendleton Cooke.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Esten Cooke)

  • John Denham (poet)

    John Denham (poet) is a Writer... ( from the wikipedia article on John Denham (poet))

  • John Doran (writer)

    John Doran (11 March 1807 – 25 January 1878), miscellaneous writer of Irish parentage, wrote... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Doran (writer))

  • John Colin Dunlop

    John Colin Dunlop (circa 1785 - 1842), historian, son of a Lord Provost of Glasgow, Scotland, where and at Edinburgh he was educated, was elected to the Faculty of Advocates in 1807, and became Sheriff of Renfrewshire. He wrote a History of Fiction (1814), a History of Roman Literature to the Augustan Age (1823-28), and Memoirs of Spain during the Reigns of Philip IV.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Colin Dunlop)

  • John Manifold

    John Streeter Manifold (21 April 1915 – 19 April 1985) was an Australian poet and critic, known also for his interest in Australian folksongs. He was born in Melbourne, into a well known Camperdown family.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Manifold)

  • John Mann (musician)

    John F. Mann (born September 18, 1962 in Calgary, Alberta) is a Canadian rock musician and actor.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Mann (musician))

  • John Warren, 3rd Baron de Tabley

    John Byrne Leicester Warren, 3rd Baron De Tabley (26 April 1835 - 22 November 1895) was an English poet, numismatist, botanist and an authority on bookplates.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Warren, 3rd Baron de Tabley)

  • John Smith (mathematician)

    John Smith was an English mathematician: He held the Savilian Chair of Geometry at the University of Oxford from 1766 to 1797.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Smith (mathematician))

  • John Stanyan Bigg

    John Stanyan Bigg (1828–1865) was an English poet of the Spasmodic School.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Stanyan Bigg)

  • Arthur St. John Adcock

    Arthur St. John Adcock (January 17, 1864, London – June 9, 1930), was an English novelist and poet, remembered for his discovery of the then-unknown poet W.... (extract from the wikipedia article on Arthur St. John Adcock)

  • John Codrington Bampfylde

    John Codrington Warwick Bampfylde or Bampfield (27 August 1754 – 1796/7) was an 18th century English poet. He came from a prominent Devon family, his father being Sir Richard Bampfylde, 4th Baronet, and was educated at Trinity Hall, Cambridge.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Codrington Bampfylde)

  • John Blight

    John Blight (born 1913-1995) was an Australian poet.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Blight)

  • John Le Gay Brereton

    John Le Gay Brereton (2 September 1871 – 2 February 1933) was an Australian poet, critic and Professor of English at the University of Sydney. He was the first president of the Fellowship of Australian Writers when it was formed in Sydney in 1928.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Le Gay Brereton)

  • John Hegley

    John Hegley is a Writer... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Hegley)

  • John C. Hocking

    John C. Hocking (born 1960) is an American fantasy writer, the author of a Conan novel published by Tor Books.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John C. Hocking)

  • John Frame

    John M. Frame (born 1939, Pittsburgh, PA) is an American philosopher and Calvinist theologian especially noted for his work in epistemology and presuppositional apologetics, systematic theology, and ethics.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Frame)

  • John Oppliger

    John Oppliger (born August 31, 1972) is an employee of AnimeNation, an anime merchandise and production distributor. Oppliger works as an editor and consultant, whose duties include writing product descriptions for the storefront and maintaining the AnimeNation News webpage.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Oppliger)

  • John Eisenhower

    John Eisenhower is a Writer... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Eisenhower)

  • John Scott of Amwell

    John Scott (January 9, 1731 – December 12, 1783), known as Scott of Amwell, was a poet and writer on the alleviation of poverty.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Scott of Amwell)

  • John Okada

    John Okada (September 23, 1923 — February 20, 1971) was a Japanese-American writer. Born in Seattle, Washington, he was student at the University of Washington when the Japanese attacked Pearl Harbor.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Okada)

  • John Freeman (Georgian poet)

    John Frederick Freeman, (29 January 1880 – 23 September 1929), was an English poet and essayist, who gave up a successful career in insurance to write full time.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Freeman (Georgian poet))

  • John Todhunter

    John Todhunter (December 30, 1839 - October 25, 1916) was an Irish poet and playwright who wrote seven volumes of poetry, and several plays.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Todhunter)

  • John Varley (painter)

    John Varley (17 August 1778 – 17 November 1842) was an English watercolour painter and astrologer, and a close friend of William Blake. They collaborated in 1819–1820 on the book Visionary Heads, written by Varley and illustrated by Blake.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Varley (painter))

  • John Cornford

    Rupert John Cornford (27 December 1915 – 28 December 1936) was an English poet and communist. He was the son of F.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Cornford)

  • John Exarch

    John Exarch (John the Exarch, also transcribed Joan Exarch, Joan Ekzarh; ) was a medieval Bulgarian scholar, writer and translator, one of the most important men of letters working at the Preslav Literary School at the end of the 9th and the beginning of the 10th century. Evidence about his life is scarce but his literary legacy suggests an excellent knowledge of Greek.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Exarch)

  • John Thomson (comedian)

    John Thomson (comedian) is a Writer... ( from the wikipedia article on John Thomson (comedian))

  • John J. Pierce

    John Jeremy Pierce (1941) is an American science fiction editor.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John J. Pierce)

  • John H. Hinderaker

    John H. Hinderaker (born September 1950) (the name is pronounced hinder-rocker) is a conservative American lawyer and a blogger at the Power Line weblog, as well as a fellow at the Claremont Institute.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John H. Hinderaker)

  • John Lee Mahin

    John Lee Mahin (August 23, 1902, Evanston, Illinois – April 18, 1984, Los Angeles) was a prolific screenwriter and producer.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Lee Mahin)

  • John O'Brien (novelist)

    John O'Brien (May 21, 1960 – April 10, 1994) was an American author. His first novel Leaving Las Vegas was published in 1990 by Watermark Press and made into a film of the same name in 1995.... ( from the wikipedia article on John O'Brien (novelist))

  • John B. Keane

    John Brendan Keane (21 July 1928 – 30 May 2002) was an Irish playwright, novelist and essayist from Listowel, County Kerry.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John B. Keane)

  • John Gillies

    John Gillies (1747-1836), Scottish historian and classical scholar, was born at Brechin, in Forfarshire, on 18 January 1747. He was educated at the University of Glasgow, where, at the age of twenty, he acted for a short time as substitute for the professor of Greek.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Gillies)

  • John Richard Green

    John Richard Green is a Writer... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Richard Green)

  • John Hales

    John Hales (1584 - 1656) was an English theologian.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Hales)

  • John Abraham Heraud

    John Abraham Heraud (1799, London - 1887) was an English poet.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Abraham Heraud)

  • John Burroughs

    John Burroughs is a Writer... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Burroughs)

  • John Hoole

    John Hoole (December 1727 – 2 August 1803), translator, son of watch-maker and inventor, Samuel Hoole and Sarah Drury. He was born in London, and was in the India House, of which he rose to be principal auditor (1744-83).... ( from the wikipedia article on John Hoole)

  • John Howie (biographer)

    John Howie (1735–1793), biographer, an East Renfrewshire farmer from Lochgoin, who claimed descent from an Albigensian refugee, wrote Lives of the martyrs of Scotland from Patrick Hamilton, the first, to James Renwick, the last, under the title of Scots Worthies. The work of an unlettered man, it has considerable merit as regards both matter and style, and was long a classic among the Scottish peasantry as well as higher orders of the people.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Howie (biographer))

  • John Scarne

    John Scarne (March 4, 1903 - July 7, 1985) was an American stage magician particularly adept at playing card manipulation. He became known as an expert on cards and other games, and authored a number of popular books on cards, gambling, and related topics.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Scarne)

  • John Kotter

    John Paul Kotter (born 1947) is a professor at the Harvard Business School and author, who is regarded as an authority on leadership and change. In particular, he discusses how the best organizations actually "do" change.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Kotter)

  • John Jortin

    John Jortin (23 October 1698 – 5 September 1770) was an English church historian.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Jortin)

  • John Langhorne (poet)

    John Langhorne (March 1735 – 1 April 1779) was an English poet and clergyman, best known for his work on translating Plutarch's Lives.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Langhorne (poet))

  • John Malcolm

    Sir John F. Malcolm (2 May 1769 – 1833) was a Scottish soldier, statesman, and historian... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Malcolm)

  • John Hart Ely

    John Hart Ely (December 3, 1938 - October 25, 2003) is one of the most widely-cited legal scholars in United States history, ranking just after Richard Posner, Ronald Dworkin, and Oliver Wendell Holmes, Jr., according to a 2000 study in the University of Chicago's Journal of Legal Studies.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Hart Ely)

  • John Mayne

    John Mayne (1759–1836), poet, was born in Dumfries. In 1780 he published the Siller Gun in its original form in Ruddiman's Magazine.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Mayne)

  • John Wilks

    John Wilks (May 24, 1946) is a British lecturer and writer, currently living in Portugal. He is the author of, "The Idea of Conscience in Renaissance Tragedy".... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Wilks)

  • John Motson

    John Motson is a Writer... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Motson)

  • John Gilbert (naturalist)

    John Gilbert (1812? – 28 June 1845) was an English naturalist and explorer.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Gilbert (naturalist))

  • John Gray (U.S. author)

    John Gray (born 1951 in Houston, Texas) is an American relationship counselor, lecturer and author. He has written sixteen books on relationships and personal growth, including his 1992 book Men Are from Mars, Women Are from Venus.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Gray (U.S. author))

  • John Rainolds

    John Rainolds (or Reynolds) (1549 - 21 May 1607), English divine, was born about Michaelmas 1549 at Pinhoe, near Exeter.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Rainolds)

  • John Train

    "John Train" was also a pseudonym of Phil Ochs.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Train)

  • John McGahern

    John McGahern (12 November 1934 – 30 March 2006) was one of the most important Irish authors of the latter half of the twentieth century.... ( from the wikipedia article on John McGahern)

  • John R. Pierce

    John R. Pierce is a Writer... ( from the wikipedia article on John R. Pierce)

  • John Davies (Mallwyd)

    Dr John Davies, Mallwyd (c. 1567 – 1644) was one of Wales's leading scholars of the late Renaissance.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Davies (Mallwyd))

  • John Bastwick

    John Bastwick (1593–1654) was an English Puritan physician and controversial writer.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Bastwick)

  • John Byrne (Scottish playwright)

    John Byrne (born 6 January 1940) is a Scottish playwright and artist.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Byrne (Scottish playwright))

  • John Butler (musician)

    ,Torrance, California, United States... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Butler (musician))

  • John Patrick Shanley

    John Patrick Shanley is a Writer... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Patrick Shanley)

  • John Leslie (physicist)

    Sir John Leslie (10 April 1766 – 3 November 1832) was a Scottish mathematician and physicist best remembered for his research into heat.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Leslie (physicist))

  • John Conolly

    John Conolly is a Writer... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Conolly)

  • John Cournos

    John Cournos (1881 - 1966) was an American writer from a Russian-Jewish background; his family emigrated when he was aged 10.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Cournos)

  • John Kani

    Bonsile John Kani (born 1943) is a South African actor, director and playwright.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Kani)

  • John McCririck

    John McCririck is a Writer... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John McCririck)

  • John Britton (mathematician)

    John Leslie Britton (November 18, 1927 – June 13, 1994) was an English mathematician from Yorkshire who worked in combinatorial group theory and was an expert on the word problem for groups. Britton was a member of the London Mathematical Society and was Secretary of Meetings and Membership with that organization from 1973-1976.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Britton (mathematician))

  • John Troutman

    John Troutman is a notable webcomic artist. He was born in 1983 in Ohio, but his family quickly moved to Arizona.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Troutman)

  • John Christopher Thomas

    John Christopher Thomas (born c. 1955) is a theologian within the Pentecostal movement and a Clarence J.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Christopher Thomas)

  • John O'Sullivan (columnist)

    John O'Sullivan (columnist) is a Writer... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John O'Sullivan (columnist))

  • John La Touche (musician)

    John Treville Latouche (La Touche) (November 13, 1914 in Baltimore, Maryland – August 7, 1956 in Calais, Vermont) was a musician and writer.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John La Touche (musician))

  • John Henry Parker

    John Henry Parker CB (1 March 1806 – 31 January 1884), English writer on architecture and publisher, was the son of John Parker, a London merchant.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Henry Parker)

  • John Facenda

    John Facenda is a Writer... ( from the wikipedia article on John Facenda)

  • John Canemaker

    John Canemaker (born 1943) is an Academy Award-winning independent animator, animation historian, author, teacher and lecturer. In 1980, he began teaching and developing the animation program at New York University, Tisch School of the Arts', Kanbar Institute of Film and Television Department.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Canemaker)

  • John Thomas (Christadelphian)

    John Thomas (Christadelphian) is a Writer... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Thomas (Christadelphian))

  • John Mayow

    John Mayow FRS (1641–1679) was a chemist, physician, and physiologist who is remembered today for conducting early research into respiration and the nature of air. Mayow worked in a field that is sometimes called pneumatic chemistry.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Mayow)

  • John Battelle

    John Linwood Battelle is a journalist as well as founder and chairman of Federated Media Publishing. He has been a visiting professor of journalism at UC Berkeley and also maintains Searchblog, a weblog covering search, technology, and media.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Battelle)

  • John Francis Wade

    John Francis Wade (1711 – August 16, 1786) was an English hymnist. He is credited with writing and composing the hymn Adeste Fideles (also known as O Come All Ye Faithful).... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Francis Wade)

  • John Neal

    John Neal is a Writer... ( from the wikipedia article on John Neal)

  • John Norris (philosopher)

    John Norris, sometimes called John Norris of Bemerton, (1657–1711) was an English theologian, philosopher and poet.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Norris (philosopher))

  • John O'Keeffe (Irish writer)

    John O'Keeffe (June 24, 1747 – February 4, 1833), dramatist, wrote a number of farces and amusing dramatic pieces, many of which had great success. Among these are Tony Lumpkin in Town (1778), Wild Oats (1791), Love in a Camp, and Omai – A Voyage ‘round the World (1785), an account of the voyages of the Tahitian explorer Omai.... ( from the wikipedia article on John O'Keeffe (Irish writer))

  • John Owen (epigrammatist)

    John Owen (c. 1564 – 1622), was a Welsh epigrammatist, most known for his Latin epigrams, collected in his Epigrammata.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Owen (epigrammatist))

  • John Philips

    John Philips is a Writer... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Philips)

  • John Pierpont

    John Pierpont (1785 - 1866), poet, born at Litchfield, Connecticut, was successively a teacher, lawyer, merchant, and lastly a Congregational minister. His most famous poem is The Airs of Palestine.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Pierpont)

  • John Cranch

    John Cranch (1758–1816) was an English naturalist and explorer.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Cranch)

  • John Meisel

    John Meisel, CC (born October 23, 1923 in Vienna, Austria) is a Canadian political scientist, professor, and scholar.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Meisel)

  • John Bowman (broadcaster)

    John Bowman (broadcaster) is a Writer... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Bowman (broadcaster))

  • John Walter (second)

    John Walter (23 February 1776 - 28 July 1847) was the son of John Walter, the founder of The Times, and second editor of it.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Walter (second))

  • John Timbs

    John Timbs (17 August 1801 - 6 March 1875), English antiquary, was born in Clerkenwell, London.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Timbs)

  • John W. Dower

    John W. Dower (born 1938) is an American author, professor, and historian; his primary focus is modern Japan and U.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John W. Dower)

  • Benson John Lossing

    Benson John Lossing is a Writer... (abstract from the wikipedia article on Benson John Lossing)

  • John Lasseter

    John Lasseter is a Writer... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Lasseter)

  • John H. Plumb

    Sir John Harold Plumb (20 August 1911 – 21 October 2001), known as Jack, was a British historian, known for his books on British eighteenth century history. He authored over thirty books.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John H. Plumb)

  • John Austin (songwriter)

    John Austin is an American songwriter and singer.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Austin (songwriter))

  • John Row

    John Row (1568 in Perth – 1646) was a Scottish ecclesiastical historian and one of the Scottish Reformers. As minister of Carnock... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Row)

  • John Skinner (poet)

    John Skinner (1721 - 1807), historian and song-writer, son of a schoolmaster at Birse, Aberdeenshire, was educated at Marischal College.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Skinner (poet))

  • John Thorn

    John Thorn (born April 17, 1947) is a noted sports historian.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Thorn)

  • John Graunt

    John Graunt (24 April 1620 – 18 April 1674) was one of the first demographers, though by profession he was a haberdasher. Born in London, Graunt, along with William Petty, developed early human statistical and census methods that later provided a framework for modern demography.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Graunt)

  • John Wootton

    John Wootton (ca.1682 -1764) was an English painter of sporting subjects, battle scenes and landscapes.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Wootton)

  • John Earman

    John Earman (born 1942) is a philosopher of physics. He is currently a professor in the History and Philosophy of Science department at the University of Pittsburgh.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Earman)

  • John Whittier Treat

    John Whittier Treat is Professor of East Asian Languages and Literatures at Yale University, Connecticut, United States, where he teaches Japanese literature and culture. He was co-editor of the Journal of Japanese Studies.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Whittier Treat)

  • John Cameron (theologian)

    John Cameron (c. 1579 – 1623) was a Scottish theologian.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Cameron (theologian))

  • John Brown (bridge player)

    John Brown (born 1887 – deceased) was a contract bridge player and author. His best-known book is Winning Defence (1952).... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Brown (bridge player))

  • John Charvet

    John Charvet is a political theorist, and Emeritus Professor at the London School of Economics. His interests are in political theory, contractarianism and international relations.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Charvet)

  • John Gibson (political commentator)

    John Gibson (political commentator) is a Writer... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Gibson (political commentator))

  • John Derbyshire

    John Derbyshire is a Writer... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Derbyshire)

  • John Rodker

    John Rodker (18 December 1894 – 6 October 1955) was a British writer, modernist poet, and publisher of some of the major modernist figures. He was born in Manchester into a Jewish immigrant family, who moved to London while he was still young.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Rodker)

  • John K. Cooley

    John Kent Cooley (November 25, 1927 – August 6, 2008) was an American journalist and author who specialized in terrorism and the Middle East. Based in Athens, he worked as a radio and off-air television correspondent for ABC News and was a long-time contributing editor to the Christian Science Monitor.... ( from the wikipedia article on John K. Cooley)

  • John Chadwick

    John Chadwick (21 May 1920 – 24 November 1998) was an English linguist and classical scholar most famous for his role in deciphering Linear B, along with Michael Ventris.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Chadwick)

  • John O'Hart

    John O'Hart (1824 – 1902) was an Irish genealogist. He was born in Crossmolina, Co.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John O'Hart)

  • John Miles (musician)

    John Miles (musician) is a Writer... ( from the wikipedia article on John Miles (musician))

  • John Tobin (dramatist)

    John Tobin (28 January 1770 – 7 December 1804) was a British playwright, who was for most of his life unsuccessful, but in the year of his death made a hit with The Honey Moon. Other plays were The Curfew and The School for Authors.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Tobin (dramatist))

  • Edward John Trelawny

    Edward John Trelawny is a Writer... ( from the wikipedia article on Edward John Trelawny)

  • John Trevisa

    John Trevisa or John of Trevisa (1342 - 1402), translator, was a Cornishman, educated at Oxford, who became Vicar of Berkeley, Gloucestershire, chaplain to the 4th Lord Berkeley, and Canon of Westbury on Trym.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Trevisa)

  • John Giorno

    John Giorno (born 1936) is a North American poet and performance artist. He founded the not-for-profit production company Giorno Poetry Systems and organized a number of early multimedia poetry experiments and events, including Dial-A-Poem.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Giorno)

  • John Mills (encyclopedist)

    John Mills (1717 – 1786 or 1796) was an encyclopedist on the Encyclopédie. He was originally a writer on agricultural matters from England.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Mills (encyclopedist))

  • John McClintock

    John McClintock (October 27, 1814 - March 4, 1870), American Methodist Episcopal theologian and educationalist, was born in Philadelphia.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John McClintock)

  • John Edward Bruce

    John Edward Bruce, also known as Bruce Grit or J. E.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Edward Bruce)

  • John Greaves

    John Greaves (1602 – 8 October 1652) was an English mathematician and antiquary.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Greaves)

  • John Christopher Kunze

    John Christopher Kunze (August 4, 1744 – July 24, 1807) was an American Lutheran minister, educator, author and theologian.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Christopher Kunze)

  • John Francis Waller

    John Francis Waller (1810 - 1894) was an Irish poet and editor.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Francis Waller)

  • John Wolcot

    John Wolcot (9 May 1738 - 14 January 1819), satirist, born in Dodbrooke, near Kingsbridge in Devon, was educated by an uncle, and studied medicine. In 1767 he went as physician to Sir William Trelawny, Governor of Jamaica, and whom he induced to present him to a Church in the island then vacant, and was ordained in 1769.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Wolcot)

  • John Beattie (rugby union)

    John Beattie (born 27 November 1957) is a Scottish former international rugby union player.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Beattie (rugby union))

  • John Szarkowski

    John Szarkowski (December 18, 1925 – July 7, 2007) was a photographer, curator, historian, and critic. From 1962 to 1991 Szarkowski was the Director of Photography at New York's Museum of Modern Art.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Szarkowski)

  • John Josias Conybeare

    John Josias Conybeare (1779–1824), elder brother of William Daniel Conybeare, was also educated at Christ Church, Oxford.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Josias Conybeare)

  • John Hardyng

    John Hardyng or John Harding (1378 – 1465), English chronicler, was born in the north.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Hardyng)

  • John James Blunt

    John James Blunt (1794 – 18 June 1855) was an English divine and Anglican priest. His writings included studies of the early Church.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John James Blunt)

  • John Perkins (author)

    John Perkins (author) is a Writer... ( from the wikipedia article on John Perkins (author))

  • John Schoenherr

    John Schoenherr is an American illustrator who was born in New York City, July 5, 1935. He is a graduate of Stuyvesant High School.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Schoenherr)

  • John Laughland

    John Laughland (born 6 September 1963) is a British eurosceptic conservative journalist, academic and author who writes on international affairs and political philosophy.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Laughland)

  • John Bauer

    John Bauer is a Writer... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Bauer)

  • John Frere

    John Frere (10 August 1740 – 12 July 1807) was an English antiquary and a pioneering discoverer of Old Stone Age or Palaeolithic tools in association with large extinct animals at Hoxne, Suffolk in 1797.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Frere)

  • John Rickman

    John Rickman (22 August 1771 – 11 August 1840) was an English government official and statistician of the early nineteenth century.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Rickman)

  • John Creasey

    John Creasey (17 September 1908 – 9 June 1973) was a English crime and science fiction writer, who published in excess of 600 novels under 28 different pseudonyms, including Patrick Dawlish, Anthony Morton, Michael Halliday, Kyle Hunt, J.J.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Creasey)

  • John Hawkesworth (book editor)

    John Hawkesworth (c. 1715 – November 16, 1773), English writer, was born in London.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Hawkesworth (book editor))

  • John W. Duarte

    John W(illiam) Duarte (born 2 October 1919 in Sheffield; died 23 December 2004) was a British composer, guitarist and writer.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John W. Duarte)

  • Richard John Neuhaus

    Richard John Neuhaus (May 14, 1936 – January 8, 2009) was a prominent American clergyman (first a Lutheran pastor and then a Roman Catholic priest) and writer. Born in Canada, he moved to the United States, where he had become a naturalized United States citizen.... (extract from the wikipedia article on Richard John Neuhaus)

  • John Wood (English actor)

    John Wood (English actor) is a Writer... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Wood (English actor))

  • John Collis

    John Collis, (born 1944 in Winchester) is a British prehistorian. His first dig was in Longbridge Deverill with the Hawkes.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Collis)

  • John Harris (poet)

    John Harris (poet) is a Writer... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Harris (poet))

  • John T. Flynn

    John T. Flynn is a Writer... (extract from the wikipedia article on John T. Flynn)

  • John Henry Goldfrap

    John Henry Goldfrap (1879 – November 21, 1917) was a North American journalist and author of boys' books, participating in the "American series phenomenon." He always wrote under pseudonyms.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Henry Goldfrap)

  • John L. Hess

    John L. Hess (December 27, 1917 - January 21, 2005) was a prominent American investigative journalist who worked for many years at The New York Times.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John L. Hess)

  • John Hill (author)

    John Hill (c. 1716 – 21 November 1775), called from his Swedish honours, "Sir" John Hill, was an English author and botanist.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Hill (author))

  • John Antony Cramer

    John Antony Cramer is a Writer... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Antony Cramer)

  • John Wesley Work III

    John Wesley Work III (July 15, 1901 - May 17, 1967) was a composer, educator, choral director, musicologist and scholar of African American folklore and music.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Wesley Work III)

  • John Logan (writer)

    John David Logan (born 24 September 1961) is an American screenwriter and film producer.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Logan (writer))

  • John Guy (historian)

    John Guy (born 1949 in Warragul, Australia) is a leading British historian and biographer.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Guy (historian))

  • John L. Wasserman

    John L. Wasserman (August 13, 1938 - February 25, 1979) was an entertainment critic for the San Francisco Chronicle from 1964 until the time of his death in 1979.... ( from the wikipedia article on John L. Wasserman)

  • John Fletcher (playwright)

    John Fletcher (playwright) is a Writer... ( from the wikipedia article on John Fletcher (playwright))

  • John Simon (critic)

    John Simon (critic) is a Writer... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Simon (critic))

  • John Howard Yoder

    John Howard Yoder is a Writer... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Howard Yoder)

  • John Berger

    John Peter Berger (born 5 November 1926) is an English art critic, novelist, painter and author. His novel G.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Berger)

  • Michael John LaChiusa

    Michael John LaChiusa is a Writer... (abstract from the wikipedia article on Michael John LaChiusa)

  • John McNaught

    John Charles Kirkpatrick McNaught (March 23, 1902-1970) was a Canadian radio broadcaster and writer. He was an announcer for CBC Radio and a host on CBC Television in the 1950s and 1960s.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John McNaught)

  • John Hick

    Professor John Harwood Hick (born Yorkshire, England, 1922)Full name, year of birth and other biography: Gifford Lecture Series website. Retrieved on March 5, 2008.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Hick)

  • John Bartlett (publisher)

    John Bartlett (June 14, 1820 – December 3, 1905) was an American writer and publisher whose best known work, Bartlett's Familiar Quotations, has been continually revised and reissued for a century after his death.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Bartlett (publisher))

  • John Marascalco

    John Marascalco (born John S. Marascalso, 27 March 1931) is an American songwriter, who is most noted for his collaborations with Robert Blackwell.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Marascalco)

  • John McWhorter

    John Hamilton McWhorter V (1965– ) is an American linguist and conservative political commentator. He is the author of a number of books on language and on race relations.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John McWhorter)

  • John Gilmary Shea

    John Gilmary Shea (July 22, 1824 – February 22, 1892) was a writer, editor, and historian of both American history in general and American Catholic history specifically. Shea was born in New York City to James Shea, an Irish immigrant and school principal, and Mary Ann (Flannigan) Shea.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Gilmary Shea)

  • John William Mackail

    John William Mackail is a Writer... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John William Mackail)

  • John Francis Hamtramck Claiborne

    John Francis Hamtramck Claiborne (April 24, 1809 – May 17, 1884) was a Member of the U. S.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Francis Hamtramck Claiborne)

  • John K. Fairbank

    John K. Fairbank is a Writer... ( from the wikipedia article on John K. Fairbank)

  • John Edgar Wideman

    John Edgar Wideman (born June 14, 1941, in Washington, DC) is an American writer.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Edgar Wideman)

  • John Wieners

    John Wieners (6 January 1934 – 1 March 2002) was an American lyric poet.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Wieners)

  • John Hooker (English constitutionalist)

    John Hooker or John Vowell (c. 1527 – 1601) was an English writer, antiquary and civic administrator.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Hooker (English constitutionalist))

  • John A. Stormer

    John A. Stormer (born February 9, 1928) is an American Protestant anti-communist writer.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John A. Stormer)

  • John Barclay (poet)

    John Barclay (Pont-à-Mousson, January 28, 1582 — Rome, August 15, 1621) was a Scottish satirist and neo-Latin poet.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Barclay (poet))

  • John Theophilus Desaguliers

    John Theophilus Desaguliers is a Writer... ( from the wikipedia article on John Theophilus Desaguliers)

  • John Yoo

    John Yoo is a Writer... ( from the wikipedia article on John Yoo)

  • John Ogilvie (lexicographer)

    John Ogilvie (April 17, 1797 – November 21, 1867) was a Scottish lexicographer who edited the Imperial Dictionary. He was born April 17, 1797 in Marnoch, Banffshire (now in Aberdeenshire).... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Ogilvie (lexicographer))

  • John Miley

    John Miley (1813-1895) was an American Christian theologian in the Methodist tradition who was one of the major Methodist theological voices of the 19th century.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Miley)

  • John Morton Blum

    John Morton Blum (1921-) was one of the United States' pre-eminent political historians from the 1940s to the early 1990s. Now retired, he lives in New Haven, Connecticut.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Morton Blum)

  • John H. Ritter

    Baseball novelist John H. Ritter (born 1951) grew up playing "one-on-one" hardball with his brothers in the rural hills of eastern San Diego County along the Mexican border.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John H. Ritter)

  • John Kovalic

    Kovalic has provided illustrations for large number of games, including:... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Kovalic)

  • John Porcellino

    John Porcellino is a Writer... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Porcellino)

  • John Penrose Angold

    John Penrose Angold (c. 1909 – December 31, 1943) was a British poet and translator who died while serving with the RAF during World War II.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Penrose Angold)

  • John Courtney Murray

    John Courtney Murray, (September 12, 1904 – August 16, 1967), was an American Jesuit priest and theologian, who was especially known for his efforts to reconcile Catholicism and religious pluralism, particularly focusing on the relationship between religious freedom and the institutions of a democratically structured modern state.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Courtney Murray)

  • John Scott Haldane

    John Scott Haldane CH (May 3, 1860 – March 14/March 15, 1936) was a Scottish physiologist famous for intrepid self-experimenting which led to many important discoveries about the human body and the nature of gases. He locked himself in sealed chambers breathing lethal cocktails of gases while recording their effect on his mind and body.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Scott Haldane)

  • John Augustine Zahm

    John Augustine Zahm is a Writer... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Augustine Zahm)

  • John of Hexham

    John of Hexham (c. 1160 – 1209) was an English chronicler, known to us merely as the author of a work called the Historia XXV.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John of Hexham)

  • John Bach McMaster

    John Bach McMaster (June 29, 1852 – May 24, 1932) was an American historian.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Bach McMaster)

  • John Middleton Murry, Jr.

    John Middleton Murry, Jr. (May 9, 1926 – March 31, 2002) was an English writer who used the names Colin Murry and Richard Cowper.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Middleton Murry, Jr.)

  • John Tierney (journalist)

    John Marion Tierney (born March 25, 1953) is a journalist who has worked for the New York Times since 1990.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Tierney (journalist))

  • John Ryan (cartoonist)

    John Gerald Christopher Ryan (4 March 1921 - 22 July 2009)John Ryan obituary, Daily Telegraph was a British animator and cartoonist, best known for his character Captain Pugwash.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Ryan (cartoonist))

  • John Murray (oceanographer)

    John Murray (oceanographer) is a Writer... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Murray (oceanographer))

  • John Adair (surveyor)

    John Adair (c. 1655 – 1722) was a Scottish surveyor and mapmaker, noted for the excellence of his maps.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Adair (surveyor))

  • John Almon

    John Almon (17 December 1737 – 12 December 1805) was an English journalist and writer on political subjects, notable for his efforts to secure the right to publish reports on the debates in Parliament.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Almon)

  • John F. Allen (physicist)

    John "Jack" Frank Allen (May 5, 1908 – April 22, 2001) was a Canadian-born physicist. Along with Pyotr Leonidovich Kapitsa and Don Misener, Allen discovered the superfluid phase of matter in 1937 using liquid helium in the Royal Society Mond Laboratory in Cambridge, England.... ( from the wikipedia article on John F. Allen (physicist))

  • John Frederick Nims

    John Frederick Nims (November 20, 1913 Muskegon, Michigan - January 13, 1999 in Chicago, Illinois) was an American poet and academic.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Frederick Nims)

  • John Whitehead (singer)

    John Whitehead (July 10, 1949 – May 11, 2004) was an American singer, songwriter, and record producer. He was best known as one of the key members of the Philadelphia International record label, and was one-half of the successful team of McFadden & Whitehead with Gene McFadden.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Whitehead (singer))

  • Sir John Sinclair, 1st Baronet

    Sir John Sinclair, 1st Baronet is a Writer... ( from the wikipedia article on Sir John Sinclair, 1st Baronet)

  • John Eldredge

    John Eldredge is a Writer... ( from the wikipedia article on John Eldredge)

  • John Fawcett (actor)

    John Fawcett (29 August 1768 – 1837) was an English actor and playwright.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Fawcett (actor))

  • John B. Jervis

    John B. Jervis is a Writer... (extract from the wikipedia article on John B. Jervis)

  • John Sinclair (poet)

    John Sinclair (born October 2, 1941 in Flint, Michigan, United States) is a Detroit poet, one-time manager of the band MC5, and leader of the White Panther Party — a militantly anti-racist countercultural group of white socialists seeking to assist the Black Panthers in the Civil Rights movement — from November 1968 to July 1969. John attended the Flint College of the University of Michigan, now the University of Michigan-Flint.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Sinclair (poet))

  • John Oldham (poet)

    John Oldham (August 9, 1653 – December 7, 1683) was an English poet.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Oldham (poet))

  • John Innes (historian)

    John Innes is a major force in the preservation and study of Guadalcanal history, working to identify wreck sites and Missing In Action cases, as well as accompanying veterans back to the locations in which they served.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Innes (historian))

  • John E. Hare

    John Edmund Hare (born 26 July 1949) is a British classicist, philosopher, ethicist, and currently Noah Porter Professor of Philosophical Theology at Yale Divinity School.... ( from the wikipedia article on John E. Hare)

  • John Clellon Holmes

    John Clellon Holmes (March 12, 1926 - March 30, 1988), born in Holyoke Massachusetts, was an author, poet and professor, best known for his 1952 novel Go. Go is considered the first "Beat" novel, and depicted events in his life with friends Jack Kerouac, Neal Cassady and Allen Ginsberg.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Clellon Holmes)

  • John Lahr

    John Lahr is a Writer... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Lahr)

  • John Pearson (author)

    John Pearson (born October 5, 1930) is a writer best associated with James Bond creator Ian Fleming.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Pearson (author))

  • John S. Romanides

    John Savvas Romanides (1928–2001) was a Greek Orthodox priest, author and professor who, for a long time, represented the Greek Church to the World Council of Churches. He was born in Piraeus, Greece, on 2 March 1928 but his parents emigrated to the United States when he was only two months old.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John S. Romanides)

  • John Campbell (philosopher)

    John Campbell (born 1956) is a Professor of Philosophy at the University of California in Berkeley, California. Before moving to Berkeley, Campbell taught at Oxford University for a number of years, eventually holding the Wilde Professorship of Mental Philosophy.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Campbell (philosopher))

  • John Avon

    John Avon (born 1961) is an illustrator who does work on book covers, games and other media formats. His most famous works are perhaps the artworks he does for the collectible card game Magic: The Gathering, of which he has produced over 200 paintings.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Avon)

  • John Barron (journalist)

    John Barron (1930, Wichita Falls, Texas – February 24, 2005) was an American journalist who exposed Communist activities.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Barron (journalist))

  • John August

    John August (born August 4, 1970) is an American screenwriter and film director, best known for his frequent screenwriting collaborations with Tim Burton.... ( from the wikipedia article on John August)

  • John R. Erickson

    John R. Erickson is an American cowboy and author, best known for his Hank the Cowdog series of children's novels.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John R. Erickson)

  • John Bradshaw (author)

    John Elliot Bradshaw (born June 29, 1933 in Houston, Texas) is an American educator, counselor, motivational speaker and author best known for his PBS television programs on topics such as addiction, recovery, codependency and spirituality. Bradshaw is active in the self-help movement, and is credited with popularizing such ideas as the "wounded inner child" and the dysfunctional family.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Bradshaw (author))

  • John Maddox

    John Maddox is a Writer... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Maddox)

  • John Worthen

    John Worthen taught at universities in North America and Wales before becoming Professor of D. H.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Worthen)

  • John Kok

    Dr. John Kok (1948- ) studied as an undergraduate at Trinity Christian College near Chicago, Illinois, USA, under Drs.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Kok)

  • John D. Voelker

    John D. Voelker (June 19, 1903Michigan Supreme Court Historical Society, John D.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John D. Voelker)

  • John Parr

    John Parr (born 18 November 1954, Worksop, England) is an English musician. He achieved success in having two Top 40 hits in the 1980s.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Parr)

  • John Ritchie Findlay

    John Ritchie Findlay (21 October 1824 – 16 October 1898) was a Scottish newspaper owner and philanthropist.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Ritchie Findlay)

  • John A. Lee

    John Alfred Alexander Lee DCM (31 October 1891 - 13 June 1982) was a New Zealand politician and writer. He is one of the more prominent avowed socialists in New Zealand's political history.... ( from the wikipedia article on John A. Lee)

  • John Milne

    For other uses, see John Milne (disambiguation).... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Milne)

  • John Bramhall

    John Bramhall (1594 – 25 June 1663) was an Archbishop of Armagh, and an Anglican theologian and apologist. He was a noted controversialist who doggedly defended the English Church from both Puritan and Roman Catholic accusations, as well as the materialism of Thomas Hobbes.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Bramhall)

  • John Fleming (naturalist)

    John Fleming (10 January 1785 – 18 November 1857) was a Scottish clergyman, zoologist and geologist. He was born near Bathgate in Linlithgowshire and died in Edinburgh.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Fleming (naturalist))

  • John William Salter

    John William Salter (December 15, 1820 - August 2, 1869) was an English naturalist, geologist, and palaeontologist.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John William Salter)

  • John Hudson (classicist)

    John Hudson (1662 – November 26, 1719), English classical scholar, was born at Wythop, near Cockermouth in Cumberland.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Hudson (classicist))

  • John Fletcher Hurst

    John Fletcher Hurst (1834-1903) was a bishop in the Methodist Episcopal Church in the United States and first Chancellor of the American University in Washington, D.C.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Fletcher Hurst)

  • John Hay Beith

    Major John Hay Beith, CBE (Ian Hay) (17 April 1876 – 22 September 1952), from Edinburgh, Scotland, was a soldier, novelist, and playwright. He was educated at Fettes College, Edinburgh and St.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Hay Beith)

  • John Wilson (mathematician)

    John Wilson (1741–1793) was an English mathematician, born in Applethwaite, Westmorland. The theorem, Wilson's Theorem, named after him for its discovery from Ibn al-Haytham, not its proof.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Wilson (mathematician))

  • John Ibbitson

    John Ibbitson (born 1955 in Gravenhurst, Ontario) is a Canadian writer and journalist. He is currently Ottawa Bureau Chief for The Globe and Mail.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Ibbitson)

  • John Davy (chemist)

    John Davy FRS (1790 – 1868) was a British doctor, amateur chemist, and brother of the noted chemist Sir Humphry Davy, and cousin of Edmund Davy.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Davy (chemist))

  • John Belling

    John Belling (1866 – 1933), born in Aldershot, England, was a cytogeneticist who developed the iron-acetocarmine staining technique which is used in the study of chromosomes. He entered Mason College at the University of Birmingham in 1892 and received his BSc (Honours) from University College, London.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Belling)

  • John Augustus Stone

    John Augustus Stone is a Writer... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Augustus Stone)

  • John Hollinger

    John Hollinger (born May 17, 1971) is an influential figure in the field of APBRmetrics, the quantitative analysis of basketball. Hollinger grew up in Mahwah, New Jersey and is a 1993 graduate of the University of Virginia.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Hollinger)

  • John F. MacArthur

    John F. MacArthur is a Writer... ( from the wikipedia article on John F. MacArthur)

  • John Hawkes (novelist)

    John Hawkes, born John Clendennin Talbot Burne Hawkes, Jr. (August 17, 1925 – May 15, 1998), was a postmodern American novelist, known for the intensity of his work, which suspended the traditional constraints of the narrative.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Hawkes (novelist))

  • John Scalzi

    John Scalzi is a Writer... ( from the wikipedia article on John Scalzi)

  • John Godfrey Saxe

    John Godfrey Saxe is a Writer... ( from the wikipedia article on John Godfrey Saxe)

  • John Spenser

    John Spenser (1559 - 1614) was an English academic, president of Corpus Christi College, Oxford.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Spenser)

  • John Henrik Clarke

    John Henrik Clarke (January 1, 1915 - July 16, 1998), born John Henry Clark, was a Pan-Africanist American writer, historian, professor, and a pioneer in the creation of Africana studies and professional institutions in academia starting in the late 1960s.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Henrik Clarke)

  • John Africa

    John Africa is a Writer... ( from the wikipedia article on John Africa)

  • John Rhys

    Sir John Rhys (also spelled Rhŷshttp://books.google.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Rhys)

  • John Avlon

    John Phillips Avlon (born 1973) is the author of Independent Nation: How Centrists Can Change American Politics and Wingnuts: How the Lunatic Fringe is Hijacking America. He was a columnist and associate editor for The New York Sun and worked as chief speechwriter for former New York mayor Rudolph Giuliani He was Director of Speechwriting and Deputy Policy Director for Giuliani's 2008 presidential campaign.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Avlon)

  • John Wheeler-Bennett

    Sir John Wheeler Wheeler-Bennett, GCVO, CMG, OBE, FBA, FRSL was a conservative English historian of German and diplomatic history, and the official biographer of King George VI.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Wheeler-Bennett)

  • John Wesley (guitarist)

    John Wesley (born John Wesley Dearth, III aka Wes Dearth June, 1962)Public records shows a birth date of Jun 1962 for John W Dearth in Florida. is an American singer, songwriter and guitar player.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Wesley (guitarist))

  • John Smith (comics)

    John Smith is a British comics writer best known for his work on 2000 AD and Crisis.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Smith (comics))

  • John Callahan (cartoonist)

    John Callahan (born 1951 in Portland, Oregon), is a cartoonist, artist, and musician noted for dealing with macabre subjects and physical disabilities.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Callahan (cartoonist))

  • John Oxenford

    John Oxenford (12 August 1812 – 21 February 1877), English dramatist, was born at Camberwell, London, England.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Oxenford)

  • John Payne (poet)

    John Payne (1842 - 1917) was an English poet and translator, from Devon. Initially he pursued a legal career, and associated with Dante Gabriel Rossetti.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Payne (poet))

  • John R. Emshwiller

    John R. Emshwiller is a senior national correspondent for the Wall Street Journal, the pre-eminent newspaper of the financial community in the United States.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John R. Emshwiller)

  • John Ker, 3rd Duke of Roxburghe

    John Ker, 3rd Duke of Roxburghe KG, KT, PC (23 April 1740 – 1804) was a Scottish nobleman and bibliophile.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Ker, 3rd Duke of Roxburghe)

  • John La Montaine

    John La Montaine (b. Oak Park, Illinois, United States, 17 March 1920) is an American composer who won the 1959 Pulitzer Prize for Music for his Piano Concerto no.... ( from the wikipedia article on John La Montaine)

  • John Nash (artist)

    John Northcote Nash CBE RA (11 April 1893 – 23 September 1977) was an English painter, illustrator, and engraver.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Nash (artist))

  • John Minton (artist)

    Francis John Minton (25 December 1917–20 January 1957) was a British painter and illustrator of landscapes, portraits, and figures, as well as a theatrical designer.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Minton (artist))

  • John Trenchard (writer)

    John Trenchard (1662–1723), English writer and Commonwealthman, belonged to the same Dorset family as the Secretary of State Sir John Trenchard.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Trenchard (writer))

  • John Martin-Harvey

    John Martin Harvey (22 June 1863 – 14 May 1944), known after his knighthood in 1921 as Sir John Martin-Harvey, was one of last great romantic actors of the English theatre.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Martin-Harvey)

  • John Clapham

    Sir John Harold Clapham, CBE, LittD, FBA (13 September 1873 – 29 March 1946) was a British economic historian.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Clapham)

  • John Murray Gibbon

    John Murray Gibbon (12 April 1875 - 2 July 1952) was a Scottish Canadian writer and cultural promoter. He was born in Ceylon and educated at Aberdeen, Oxford and Göttingen universities.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Murray Gibbon)

  • John Ridley

    John Ridley (born 1965)Birth year provided by Ridley himself on the January 19, 2009 broadcast of MSNBC's Morning Joe. is an American film director, actor, and writer.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Ridley)

  • Sleepy John Estes

    Nutbush, Tennessee, United States... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on Sleepy John Estes)

  • John Lemprière

    John Lemprière (c. 1765, Jersey, – February 1, 1824, London), English classical scholar, lexicographer, theologian, teacher and headmaster.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Lemprière)

  • John Langdon Bonython

    John Langdon Bonython is a Writer... ( from the wikipedia article on John Langdon Bonython)

  • John Joseph Adams

    John Joseph Adams (born 1976) is an American science fiction and fantasy editor and critic. He is the editor of the anthologies Federations (Prime Books, May 2009), The Living Dead (Night Shade Books, September 2008), Seeds of Change (Prime Books, August 2008), Wastelands: Stories of the Apocalypse (Night Shade Books, January 2008), By Blood We Live (Night Shade Books, August 2009), and The Improbable Adventures of Sherlock Holmes (Night Shade Books, September 2009).... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Joseph Adams)

  • John Wallowitch

    John Wallowitch (February 11, 1926 – August 15, 2007) was an American songwriter and cabaret performer. He wrote over 2,000 songs; his works include "Bruce", "I See the World Through Your Eyes", "Back on the Town" and "Mary's Bar".... ( from the wikipedia article on John Wallowitch)

  • John Brand

    John Brand (19 August 1744 – 11 September 1806) was an English antiquarian.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Brand)

  • John Goodsir

    John Goodsir (March 20, 1814 – March 6, 1867) was a Scottish anatomist, born at Anstruther, Fife, Scotland.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Goodsir)

  • John Quick (politician)

    John Quick (politician) is a Writer... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Quick (politician))

  • Harold John Timperley

    Harold John Timperley (1898-1954) was an Australian journalist, known for his reporting from China in the 1930s, and the book What War Means (1938) based on it.... ( from the wikipedia article on Harold John Timperley)

  • John Armstrong (poet)

    Dr John Armstrong (1709–1779) was a poet. He was the son of the minister of Castleton, Roxburghshire, Scotland and studied medicine, which he practised in London.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Armstrong (poet))

  • John Hamilton (actor)

    John Hamilton (January 16, 1887 – October 15, 1958) was an American actor, who appeared in many movies and television programs. He is probably best remembered for his role as the blustery newspaper editor Perry White on the 1950s television program Adventures of Superman.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Hamilton (actor))

  • John Nathan

    John Nathan (born 1940) is the translator of Japanese works written by celebrated authors such as Yukio Mishima and Kenzaburo Oe. Nathan is also an Emmy-award winning producer, writer and director of many films about Japanese culture and society and American business.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Nathan)

  • Powell St. John

    Powell St John is an American singer and songwriter. He was a well-known figure on the mid-1960s Austin, Texas campus folk/bohemian music scene.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on Powell St. John)

  • John Summerson

    Sir John Newenham Summerson CH CBE (1904-1992) was one of the leading British architectural historians of the 20th century.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Summerson)

  • John Leland (Presbyterian)

    John Leland (1691–1766) was an English Presbyterian minister and author of theological works.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Leland (Presbyterian))

  • Frederick John Jackson

    Frederick John Jackson (1859 - 1929) was an English administrator, explorer and ornithologist.... ( from the wikipedia article on Frederick John Jackson)

  • John A. Moroso

    John Antonio Moroso (1874-1957) was an American author.... ( from the wikipedia article on John A. Moroso)

  • John Berendt

    John Berendt (born December 5, 1939) is an American author, known for writing the best-selling non-fiction book Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil, which was a finalist for the 1995 Pulitzer Prize in General Nonfiction.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Berendt)

  • John Whitehurst

    John Whitehurst is a Writer... ( from the wikipedia article on John Whitehurst)

  • John Gilroy

    John Thomas Young Gilroy (30 May 1898 – 11 April 1985) was an English artist and illustrator, best known for his advertising posters for Guinness, the Irish stout.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Gilroy)

  • John Gray (Canadian author)

    John Gray is a Canadian journalist and author whose work includes Paul Martin: The Power of Ambition, a biography with an emphasis on Martin's life-long quest to be Prime Minister.Thompson, Elizabeth (October 18, 2003).... ( from the wikipedia article on John Gray (Canadian author))

  • John E. Walker

    Professor Sir John Ernest Walker (born January 7, 1941) is an English chemist who won the Nobel Prize in Chemistry in 1997. He is currently the director of the MRC Mitochondrial Biology Unit (formerly the Dunn Human Nutrition Unit) in Cambridge, and a Fellow of Sidney Sussex College.... ( from the wikipedia article on John E. Walker)

  • John Clark Ridpath

    John Clark Ridpath (April 26, 1840–July 31, 1900) was an American educator, historian, and editor. His mother was a descendant of Samuel Matthews, a colonial governor of Virginia.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Clark Ridpath)

  • John Richardson (author)

    John Richardson (4 October 1796 – 12 May 1852) was a British Army officer and the first Canadian-born novelist to achieve international recognition.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Richardson (author))

  • John Semper

    John Semper, Jr. is a screenwriter, producer and story editor with numerous credits in animation for television.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Semper)

  • John Abercromby, 5th Baron Abercromby

    John Abercromby, 5th Baron Abercromby (15 January 1841 – 7 October 1924) was a Scottish soldier and archaeologist. The second son of the George Abercromby, 3rd Baron Abercromby and Louisa Penuel Forbes, on his death in 1924 he had no male issue and as a result the Barony of Abercromby became extinct.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Abercromby, 5th Baron Abercromby)

  • John Lukacs

    John Adalbert Lukacs (born Lukács János Albert on 31 January 1924) is a Hungarian-born American historian who has written more than thirty books, including Five Days in London, May 1940 and A New Republic. He was a professor of history at Chestnut Hill College (where he succeeded Erik von Kuehnelt-Leddihn) from 1947 to 1994, and the chair of that history department from 1947 to 1974.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Lukacs)

  • John Cooper Clarke

    John Cooper Clarke is a Writer... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Cooper Clarke)

  • John Elof Boodin

    John Elof Boodin (November 14, 1869 – November 14, 1950) was a Swedish-born American philosopher and educator. He was the author of numerous books proposing a systematic interpretation of nature.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Elof Boodin)

  • John Kass

    John Kass is a Chicago Tribune columnist.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Kass)

  • John Brockman (literary agent)

    John Brockman (born 1941 in Boston, Massachusetts) is a literary agent and author specializing in scientific literature. He founded the Edge Foundation, an organization aimed to bring together people working at the edge of a broad range of scientific and technical fields.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Brockman (literary agent))

  • John Cameron Swayze

    John Cameron Swayze is a Writer... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Cameron Swayze)

  • John Hay Whitney

    John Hay Whitney (27 August 1904 – 8 February 1982), colloquially known as "Jock" Whitney, was U.S.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Hay Whitney)

  • John Ross Robertson

    John Ross Robertson is a Writer... ( from the wikipedia article on John Ross Robertson)

  • John Caldwell (cartoonist)

    John I. Caldwell (born 1946)"'Mueca' to 'Mulick'," Reading Room Index to the Comic Art Collection, Michigan State University Libraries Special Collections Division.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Caldwell (cartoonist))

  • John Wilkinson (poet)

    John Wilkinson is a contemporary English poet, born in 1953. From 1972 to 1975, he studied English at Jesus College, Cambridge, United Kingdom, where he founded, with Charlie Bulbeck and Charles Lambert, the Blue Room, a society devoted to the propagation of poetry and the other fine arts.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Wilkinson (poet))

  • John McLaren, Lord McLaren

    John McLaren (17 August 1831 – 6 April 1910), Lord McLaren, was a Scottish Liberal politician and judge.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John McLaren, Lord McLaren)

  • John McCrea (musician)

    John McCrea (born c. 1965) is a founding member of the band CAKEhttp://www.... ( from the wikipedia article on John McCrea (musician))

  • John Finnis

    John Finnis is a Writer... ( from the wikipedia article on John Finnis)

  • John Lescroart

    John Lescroart (b. January 14, 1948 in Houston, Texas) is an American author best known for two series of legal and crime thrillers featuring the characters Dismas Hardy and Abe Glitsky.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Lescroart)

  • John Neville (actor)

    was born in Willesden, London, the son of Mabel Lillian (née Fry) and Reginald Daniel Neville, a lorry driver.John Neville Biography (1925-) He was educated at Chiswick County School for Boys, and after war service in the Royal Navy trained as an actor at RADA, the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art, before starting his professional career as a member of Trent Players.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Neville (actor))

  • John George Bourinot (younger)

    John George Bourinot (younger) is a Writer... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John George Bourinot (younger))

  • John H. Steele

    John H. Steele (January 6, 1807–January 11, 1871)Franklin Garrett Necrology Database - Atlanta History Center was an American newspaper editor.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John H. Steele)

  • John Townsend Trowbridge

    John Townsend Trowbridge (September 18, 1827 – February 12, 1916) was an American author born in Ogden, New York, USA, to Windsor Stone Trowbridge and Rebecca Willey. His papers are located at the Houghton Library at Harvard University.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Townsend Trowbridge)

  • John Gorka

    John Gorka (born 1958)Henkle, Doug, "FolkLib Index" is a contemporary American folk musician. In 1991, Rolling Stone magazine called him "the preeminent male singer-songwriter of what has been dubbed the New Folk Movement.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Gorka)

  • John Patrick Gillese

    John Patrick Gillese (March 7, 1920 – 23 October 1999) was an Irish-born Canadian author whose prolific career spanned six decades from the early 1940s to the late 1990s. During this period he authored over 5,000 pieces including novels, short stories, and information columns that were published in many English-speaking countries.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Patrick Gillese)

  • John Herrmann

    John Herrmann is a Writer... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Herrmann)

  • John Beazley

    John Davidson Beazley (Glasgow, Scotland, 1885 – Oxford, England, 1970) was an English classical scholar.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Beazley)

  • John Hoagland

    John Hoagland is a Writer... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Hoagland)

  • John McLusky

    John McLusky (1923 – September 5, 2006) is a former comics artist best known as the original artist of the comic strip featuring Ian Fleming's James Bond.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John McLusky)

  • John Case (novelist)

    John Case is the pseudonym of Jim and Carolyn Hougan, husband and wife, both published authors in their own right. Jim Hougan is also an award-winning investigative journalist and broadcaster.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Case (novelist))

  • John Tobias

    John Tobias (born August 24, 1969 in Chicago) is an American comic book artist, graphic designer and video game designer. Along with Ed Boon he is one of the creators of the groundbreaking Mortal Kombat fighting game series.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Tobias)

  • John L. Thompson

    John Lay Thompson (b. April 3, 1869, Grand River Township, Decatur County, Iowa - d.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John L. Thompson)

  • John Leycester Adolphus

    John Leycester Adolphus (1795–1862) was an English lawyer, jurist and author. He was the son of John Adolphus (1768-1845), a well-known London barrister who wrote a "History of England" to 1783 (1802), a "History of France" from 1790 (1803) and other works.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Leycester Adolphus)

  • John Ayrton Paris

    John Ayrton Paris (1785-24 December 1856) was a British physician. He is most widely remembered as the probable inventor of the thaumatrope, which he used to demonstrate persistence of vision to the Royal College of Physicians in London in 1824; at about this time he wrote a book entitled Philosophy in sport made science in earnest : being an attempt to implant in the young mind the first principles of natural philosophy by the aid of the popular toys and sports of youth which extended the principle of using simple devices to give convincing demonstrations of scientific principles.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Ayrton Paris)

  • John G. Cramer

    John G. Cramer is a Writer... (extract from the wikipedia article on John G. Cramer)

  • John Barton (theologian)

    Reverend Professor John Barton is the Oriel and Laing Professor of the Interpretation of Holy Scripture at Oriel College, Oxford.http://resources.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Barton (theologian))

  • John Sack

    John Sack (1930–2004) was an American literary journalist. He was the only journalist to cover each American war over half a century.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Sack)

  • John Geering

    John Geering is a Writer... ( from the wikipedia article on John Geering)

  • John Morton (writer)

    John Morton is a British writer and director associated with the BBC Radio and television networks. He is perhaps best known for writing People Like Us, which starred Chris Langham.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Morton (writer))

  • John H. White (photojournalist)

    John H. White (born 1945 in Lexington, North Carolina) is an American photojournalist.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John H. White (photojournalist))

  • Charles William George St John

    Charles William George St. John (1809–1856), English naturalist and sportsman, son of General the Hon.... ( from the wikipedia article on Charles William George St John)

  • John McCutcheon

    Wisconsin native John McCutcheon (born August 14, 1952) is an American] folk music singer and multi-instrumentalist who has produced over twenty-five albums since the 1970s. He is regarded as a master of the hammered dulcimer, and is also proficient on many other instruments including guitar, banjo, autoharp, mountain dulcimer, fiddle, and Jew's harp.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John McCutcheon)

  • John Van Seters

    John Van Seters (born 2 May 1935) is a notable Canadian scholar on the Ancient Near East.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Van Seters)

  • John Henry Walsh

    John Henry Walsh FRCS (21 October 1810 - 12 February 1888), English writer on sport under the pseudonym of "Stonehenge", was born at Hackney, London.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Henry Walsh)

  • John William Hamilton

    John William Hamilton was an American bishop of the Methodist Episcopal Church, elected in 1900. He was also the Chancellor of American University from 1916 until 1922.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John William Hamilton)

  • John Fund

    John Fund is a Writer... ( from the wikipedia article on John Fund)

  • John Wisden

    John Wisden (5 September 1826 – 5 April 1884) was an English cricketer who played 190 first-class cricket matches for three English county cricket teams, Kent, Middlesex and Sussex. He is now best known for launching the eponymous Wisden Cricketers' Almanack in 1864, the year after he retired from first-class cricket.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Wisden)

  • John Weever

    John Weever (1576 – 1632), English poet and antiquary was a native of Preston, Lancashire. Little is known of his early life and his parentage is not certain.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Weever)

  • John Norman Maclean

    John Norman Maclean is an author and journalist best known for his 1999 book, Fire on the Mountain, about the deadly South Canyon Fire on Storm King Mountain (in Garfield County, Colorado), in 1994. Maclean, a former Washington correspondent for The Chicago Tribune, has written three books about wildfire.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Norman Maclean)

  • John Strange Winter

    John Strange Winter was the pen-name of Henrietta Eliza Vaughan Stannard (January 13, 1856, York – 1911), an English novelist.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Strange Winter)

  • John MacDougall Hay

    John MacDougall Hay (1880-1919) was a Scottish novelist, best known for his work Gillespie.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John MacDougall Hay)

  • John Roycroft

    John Roycroft is a Writer... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Roycroft)

  • John Samuels

    John Samuels (born March 25, 1961, in Galveston, Texas) is an American film actor, director, and screenwriter. He works under the stage name John Stockwell.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Samuels)

  • John Lucarotti

    John Lucarotti (May 20, 1926 in Aldershot, Hampshire—November 20, 1994) was a British-born Canadian screenwriter who began his career at CBC, writing over 200 various scripts for them as well as for Canadian television. He then moved back to England where he had a prolific career.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Lucarotti)

  • John Tranter

    John Tranter is a Writer... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Tranter)

  • John Spooner

    John Spooner (born 1946) is an Australian illustrator and political cartoonist who has regularly contributed to The Age newspaper and has also worked as a lawyer.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Spooner)

  • John Westland Marston

    John Westland Marston (January 30, 1819 – January 5, 1890) was an English dramatist.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Westland Marston)

  • John Williamson (singer)

    John Robert Williamson AM (born 1 November 1945 in Quambatook, Victoria) is an Australian country music singer-songwriter. He is well-known for playing in RSL clubs at various venues around Australia as well as being an iconic Australian entertainer who is called upon to honour Australian pure Country Music at national events.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Williamson (singer))

  • John Bottomley

    John Bottomley (born September 17, 1960 in Toronto, Ontario) is a Canadian singer-songwriter.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Bottomley)

  • Sir John Clerk, 2nd Baronet

    Sir John Clerk of Penicuik, 2nd Baronet (1676–1755) was a Scottish politician, lawyer, judge, composer and architect.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on Sir John Clerk, 2nd Baronet)

  • John Habberton

    John Habberton (1842 - 1921) was an American author. He spent nearly twenty years as the literary and drama critic for the New York Herald, but he is best known for his stories about early California life, many of which were collected in his 1880 book Romance of California Life; Illustrated by Pacific Slope Stories, Thrilling, Pathetic and Humorous (New York: Baker, Pratt & Co.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Habberton)

  • John Henry Patterson (author)

    Colonel John Henry Patterson, DSO (November 10, 1867 – June 18, 1947), known as J.H.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Henry Patterson (author))

  • John Robison (physicist)

    John Robison (physicist) is a Writer... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Robison (physicist))

  • John Lucas (comics)

    John Lucas is an American comic book inker and penciller, whose style has been compared with that of Russ Heath and Jack Kirby.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Lucas (comics))

  • John F. Harris

    John F. Harris is Editor in Chief for the The Politico, a Washington DC based newspaper about politics that launched on January 23, 2007.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John F. Harris)

  • John Jefferson Bray

    The Honourable Dr John Jefferson Bray, AC (16 September 1912 – 26 June 1995) was an Australian poet, lawyer, academic, and Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of South Australia, which is the highest ranking court in the Australian State of South Australia.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Jefferson Bray)

  • John Marco

    John Marco is an American author of fantasy fiction. His work falls into two main series: Tyrants and Kings, and Eyes of God (which is often also called the Lukien Trilogy, in reference to the main character).... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Marco)

  • John Zizioulas

    John Zizioulas (born 10 January 1931) is the Eastern Orthodox metropolitan of Pergamon. He is the Chairman of the Academy of Athens and a noted theologian.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Zizioulas)

  • John MacHale

    John MacHaleThe spelling MacHale is adopted by the Catholic Hierarchy site, and his biographer. (6 March 1791 in Tubbernavine, Co.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John MacHale)

  • John Stevenson (writer)

    John Stevenson (born 1937) is a British writer who since 1976 has been a regular script writer on Britain's longest running soap opera, Coronation Street. He was originally a newspaper journalist.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Stevenson (writer))

  • John Evershed

    John Evershed (26 February 1864 – 17 November 1956) was an English astronomer. He was the first to observe radial motions in sunspots, a phenomenon known as the Evershed effect.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Evershed)

  • John Jeremiah Bigsby

    John Jeremiah Bigsby (4 August 1792 – 4 February 1881), English geologist and physician, the son of Dr. John Bigsby, was born at Nottingham on the 14th of August 1792.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Jeremiah Bigsby)

  • John White Alexander

    John White Alexander is a Writer... (extract from the wikipedia article on John White Alexander)

  • John Bartholomew

    John Bartholomew Junior (December 25, 1831 – March 29, 1893) was a Scottish cartographer, born in Edinburgh.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Bartholomew)

  • John Cornwell (writer)

    John Cornwell (born 1940) is an English journalist and author, and a Fellow of Jesus College, Cambridge. He is best known for various books on the Papacy, most notably Hitler's Pope; investigative journalism; memoir; and the public understanding of science and philosophy.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Cornwell (writer))

  • John Colson

    Johnathan 'John' Colson (1680–1760) was an English clergyman and mathematician, Lucasian Professor of Mathematics at Cambridge University.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Colson)

  • John Meyendorff

    John Meyendorff (February 17, 1926 - July 22, 1992) was a modern Orthodox scholar, writer, and teacher. He was born into the Russian nobility as Ivan Feofilovich Baron von Meyendorff (Иван Феофилович барон фон Мейендорф), but was known as Jean Meyendorff during his life in France.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Meyendorff)

  • John R. Steel

    John Robert Steel is a set theorist at University of California, Berkeley (formerly at UCLA). He has made many contributions to the theory of inner models and determinacy.... ( from the wikipedia article on John R. Steel)

  • John Sakamoto

    John Sakamoto is a Canadian journalist and music critic. He is best known for the Anti-Hit List column, which has appeared on canoe.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Sakamoto)

  • William John Courthope

    William John Courthope (17 July 1842 – 10 April 1917), was an English writer and historian of poetry, whose father was rector of South Malling, Essex.... (extract from the wikipedia article on William John Courthope)

  • John Williamson Nevin

    John Williamson Nevin is a Writer... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Williamson Nevin)

  • John Pringle Nichol

    John Pringle Nichol is a Writer... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Pringle Nichol)

  • John Henry Blunt

    John Henry Blunt (1823 in Chelsea – April 11, 1884 in London) was an English divine.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Henry Blunt)

  • John Russell Taylor

    John Russell Taylor (born June 19, 1935) is an English critic and author. He is the author of critical studies of British theatre; of critical biographies of such important figures in Anglo-American film as Alfred Hitchcock, Alec Guinness, Orson Welles, Vivien Leigh, and Ingrid Bergman; of Strangers in Paradise: The Hollywood Emigres 1933-1950 (1983); and several books on art.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Russell Taylor)

  • John Lister-Kaye

    John Lister-Kaye is a Writer... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Lister-Kaye)

  • John Wilson Bengough

    John Wilson Bengough (7 April 1851 – 2 October 1923) was one of Canada's first cartoonists. He was born in Toronto, but grew up in Whitby.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Wilson Bengough)

  • John Heilpern

    John Heilpern, a contributing editor to Vanity Fair (where he writes the "Out To Lunch" feature)John Heilpern "Caftan Confidential", Vanity Fair, March 2009 and longtime drama critic for the New York Observer,New York Observer contributor page... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Heilpern)

  • John Symonds

    John Symonds (12 March 1914, Battersea, London – 21 October 2006) was an English novelist, biographer, playwright and writer of children's books.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Symonds)

  • John Anthony McGuckin

    John Anthony McGuckin (born 1952) is an Orthodox Christian scholar, priest, and poet.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Anthony McGuckin)

  • John Daido Loori

    John Daido Loori (June 14, 1931 – October 9, 2009) was a Zen Buddhist priest who served as the abbot of Zen Mountain Monastery, and was the founder of the Mountains and Rivers Order, and CEO of Dharma Communications. Daido Loori received shiho (or, dharma transmission) from Taizan Maezumi in 1986 and also received a dendokyoshi certificate formally from the Soto school of Japan in 1994.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Daido Loori)

  • John MacGregor (sportsman)

    John MacGregor (1825 – 1892), nicknamed Rob Roy after a renowned relative, was a Scottish explorer, travel writer and philanthropist. He is generally credited with the development of the first sailing canoes and with popularising canoeing as a middle class sport in Europe and the United States.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John MacGregor (sportsman))

  • John Crawfurd

    John Crawfurd is a Writer... ( from the wikipedia article on John Crawfurd)

  • John Quiñones

    John Quiñones is an ABC News correspondent.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Quiñones)

  • John Ringham

    John Ringham is a Writer... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Ringham)

  • John King (journalist)

    John King (journalist) is a Writer... ( from the wikipedia article on John King (journalist))

  • John Campbell Brown

    Professor John Campbell Brown FRSE (born 4 February 1947) holds the following positions:... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Campbell Brown)

  • John Russell, 13th Duke of Bedford

    John Ian Robert Russell, 13th Duke of Bedford (24 May 1917 – 25 October 2002) was a British peer and writer, the son of Hastings Russell, 12th Duke of Bedford.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Russell, 13th Duke of Bedford)

  • John M. Robertson

    John Mackinnon Robertson (14 November 1856 – 5 January 1933) was a prolific journalist, advocate of rationalism and secularism, and Liberal Member of Parliament in the United Kingdom for Tyneside from 1906 to 1918.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John M. Robertson)

  • John McCallum (sports writer)

    John Dennis McCallum (born 1924) was a sportswriter, as well as a writer on strength training topics. McCallum married television and movie actress Marjie Millar in 1960.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John McCallum (sports writer))

  • John Lazarus

    John Lazarus, (b. 1947 in Montreal, Quebec) is a Canadian playwright.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Lazarus)

  • John Lee (astronomer)

    John Lee LL.D (28 April 1783-25 February 1866), born John Fiott, was an English philanthropist, astronomer, mathematician, antiquarian and barrister.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Lee (astronomer))

  • William John Gruffydd

    Professor William John Gruffydd (14 February 1881 – 29 September 1954) was a Welsh academic, poet, writer, and politician.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on William John Gruffydd)

  • John Collins (mathematician)

    John Collins (25 March 1625 – 10 November 1683) was an English mathematician. He is most known for his extensive correspondence with leading scientists and mathematicians such as Giovanni Alfonso Borelli, Gottfried Leibniz, Isaac Newton, and John Wallis.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Collins (mathematician))

  • John Collins (poet)

    John Collins (1742 – 2 May 1808) was an English entertainer and poet from Birmingham. He was born in Bath but traveled widely in England and Ireland to perform in plays and musical theatre.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Collins (poet))

  • John L. Dagg

    John Leadley Dagg (1794–1884), born in Loudoun County, Virginia, lived to be over 90 years old. He died in June 1884, as one of the most respected men in American Baptist life, and remains one of the most profound thinkers produced by his denomination.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John L. Dagg)

  • John Baillie (theologian)

    John Baillie CH (1886 – 1960) was a Scottish theologian, a Church of Scotland minister and brother of theologian Donald Macpherson Baillie.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Baillie (theologian))

  • John Farrow

    John Farrow is a Writer... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Farrow)

  • John Forte

    John Forte (1918-1965) was an American comic-book artist, active from the early 1940s on, best known as one of the primary pencilers of DC Comics' early Legion of Super-Heroes stories.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Forte)

  • John Berryman

    John Berryman is a Writer... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Berryman)

  • John K. Mahon

    John K. Mahon (February 8, 1912 – October 11, 2003).... ( from the wikipedia article on John K. Mahon)

  • John Clayton (sportscaster)

    John Clayton (born Johan Clayton, May 11, 1954) is a National Football League writer and reporter for ESPN. He is a senior writer for ESPN.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Clayton (sportscaster))

  • John Ross (author)

    John Franklin Ross (born June 17, 1957) is the author of the underground bestselling novel Unintended Consequences, author of a regular column on the Internet, and was the Democratic candidate for U.S.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Ross (author))

  • John Cecil Masterman

    Sir John Cecil Masterman (12 January 1891 – 6 June 1977) was a noted academic, sportsman and author. However, he was best known as chairman of the Twenty Committee, which during World War II ran the Double Cross System, the ingenious scheme that controlled double agents in Britain.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Cecil Masterman)

  • John Twelve Hawks

    John Twelve Hawks (also known as J12H or JXIIH to his fans) is the author of the 2005 dystopian novel The Traveler and its successors, The Dark River and The Golden City, collectively comprising the Fourth Realm Trilogy. John Twelve Hawks is a pseudonym and his real identity is unknown.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Twelve Hawks)

  • John Mason Neale

    John Mason Neale (24 January 1818 - 6 August 1866), was an English priest, scholar and hymn-writer.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Mason Neale)

  • John Colville (politician)

    John Colville (c. 1540-1605), Scottish clergyman, judge, politician and author, was the son of Robert Colville of Cleish, in Kinross.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Colville (politician))

  • William John Locke

    William John Locke is a Writer... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on William John Locke)

  • John Tatum (scientist)

    John Tatum (1772 – 1858) was a British scientist and philosopher and a London silversmith by trade. He was the founder, in 1808, of the City Philosophical Society where Michael Faraday and other scientists received inspiration.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Tatum (scientist))

  • John Clanvowe

    Sir John Clanvowe (1341–1391) was an English poet. Clanvowe was born to a Herefordshire family, was a diplomat and soldier, and was a personal friend of Geoffrey Chaucer.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Clanvowe)

  • John Maddison Morton

    John Maddison Morton is a Writer... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Maddison Morton)

  • John Bacchus Dykes

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  • John Warwick Montgomery

    John Warwick Montgomery was born October 18, 1931 in Warsaw, New York. In 2007 he was named "Distinguished Professor of Philosophy and Christian Thought" at Patrick Henry College.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Warwick Montgomery)

  • John Totleben

    John Totleben (born February 16, 1958 in Erie, Pennsylvania) is an American illustrator working mostly in comics.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Totleben)

  • John S. Hall

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  • John Yonge Akerman

    John Yonge Akerman (1806–1873) was an English antiquarian distinguished chiefly in the department of numismatics. He was born in Wiltshire.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Yonge Akerman)

  • John Anderson (musician)

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  • John Earl Haynes

    John Earl Haynes is an American historian who is a specialist in 20th century political history in the Manuscript Division of the Library of Congress; he is known for his books on the subject of the American Communist and anti-Communist movements, and on Soviet espionage in America (many written jointly with Harvey Klehr).... ( from the wikipedia article on John Earl Haynes)

  • John Dahl

    John Dahl (born 1956) is an American film director and screenwriter, best known for his work in the neo-noir genre.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Dahl)

  • John Birkenhead

    Sir John Birkenhead or Berkenhead (March 24, 1616 – December 4, 1679) was a British political writer and journalist, imprisoned several times during the Commonwealth for his obtrusive royalism.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Birkenhead)

  • John Brooke

    John Brooke (born 1920) was a significant British historian. He studied history at the University of Manchester under Lewis Namier:, and in 1951 became Namier's principal assistant for the History of Parliament.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Brooke)

  • John Herbert Quick

    John Herbert Quick (1861-1925) was an American author.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Herbert Quick)

  • John Jeremiah Sullivan

    John Jeremiah Sullivan (born 1974) is a Southern American writer and editor.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Jeremiah Sullivan)

  • John Bernard Partridge

    John Bernard Partridge (1861–1945) was an English illustrator. Born in London, he was the son of Professor Richard Partridge, F.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Bernard Partridge)

  • John Neville Keynes

    John Neville Keynes (31 August 1852 – 15 November 1949) was a British economist and father of John Maynard Keynes.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Neville Keynes)

  • John Gilmore (writer)

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  • John Hegarty

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  • John Field (songwriter)

    John William Michael Field born 15 May, 1962 Darlinghurst, New South Wales, is an Australian composer/songwriter who has written a large number of songs for the internationally acclaimed Australian children's performers, The Wiggles. He is the older brother of Blue wiggle, Anthony Field.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Field (songwriter))

  • John Andrew Doyle

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  • Leee John

    Leee John (born John Leslie McGregor, 23 June, 1957, Hackney, London) of St Lucian descent, is a British musician and actor. He was educated in New York, later studying drama at the Anna Scher Theatre School.... ( from the wikipedia article on Leee John)

  • John Hockenberry

    John Hockenberry (born June 4, 1956) is an American journalist. He has won four Emmy awards and three Peabody Awards.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Hockenberry)

  • John C. Whitcomb

    John Clement Whitcomb, Jr. (born 22 June 1924 in Washington, D.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John C. Whitcomb)

  • John Gross

    John Gross (born 1935, London) is an eminent English literary critic, author, and anthologist.“At the Mile End of the rainbow” (By Theo Richmond, London Evening Standard, March 12, 2001).... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Gross)

  • John Mallory Asher

    John Mallory Asher is a Writer... ( from the wikipedia article on John Mallory Asher)

  • John Seymour (author)

    John Seymour (12 June 1914 – 14 September 2004) was an influential figure in the self-sufficiency movement. Precise categorisation is difficult: he was a writer, broadcaster, environmentalist, agrarian, smallholder and activist; a rebel against: consumerism, industrialisation, genetically modified organisms, cities, motor cars; and an advocate for: self-reliance, personal responsibility, self-sufficiency, conviviality (food, drink, dancing and singing), gardening, caring for the Earth and for the soil.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Seymour (author))

  • John Gribbin

    John R. Gribbin (born 1946) is a British science writer and a visiting Fellow in astronomy at the University of Sussex.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Gribbin)

  • John Lutz

    John Lutz (born 1939) is an American writer who mainly writes mystery novels. He has received an Edgar Award and the Shamus Award twice, and his novel Single White Female was the basis for the 1992 film starring Bridget Fonda.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Lutz)

  • John Katzenbach

    John Katzenbach (aka Jon; born in 1950), is a U.S.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Katzenbach)

  • Edward John Carnell

    Edward John Carnell (1919-1967) was a prominent Christian theologian and apologist, was an ordained Baptist pastor, and served as President of Fuller Theological Seminary in Pasadena, California. He was the author of nine major books, several of which attempted to develop a fresh outlook in Christian apologetics.... ( from the wikipedia article on Edward John Carnell)

  • John G. Cawelti

    John G. Cawelti is the author of The Spy Story as well as other literature on the genres of detective fiction and westerns.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John G. Cawelti)

  • John Rollin Ridge

    John Rollin Ridge is a Writer... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Rollin Ridge)

  • John Fugelsang

    John Fugelsang is a Writer... ( from the wikipedia article on John Fugelsang)

  • John Millar (philosopher)

    John Millar of Glasgow (June 22, 1735 – May 30, 1801) was a Scottish philosopher and historian.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Millar (philosopher))

  • John James Stewart Perowne

    John James Stewart Perowne (3 March 1823 - 6 November 1904) was an English bishop. Born in Burdwan, Bengal, Perowne was a member of a notable clerical family, whose origins were Hugenot.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John James Stewart Perowne)

  • John Alfred "Jack" Webb

    John Alfred "Jack" Webb (January 13, 1916 – February 12, 2008) was a mystery writer who often featured the detective team of Sammy Golden and Father Joseph Shanley. He should not be confused with Jack Webb (1920-1982), creator and star of Dragnet.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Alfred "Jack" Webb)

  • John Pudney

    John Sleigh Pudney (19 January 1909 – 10 November 1977) was a British journalist and writer. He was known for short stories, poetry, non-fiction and children's fiction (including the Hartwarp books).... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Pudney)

  • John R. Powers

    John R. Powers (November 30, 1945) is an American novelist and playwright.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John R. Powers)

  • John Jude Palencar

    John Jude Palencar is a Writer... ( from the wikipedia article on John Jude Palencar)

  • John Hollander

    John Hollander (born October 28, 1929 in New York City) is a Jewish-American poet and literary critic.John Hollander at NNdb As of 2007, he is Sterling Professor Emeritus of English at Yale University.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Hollander)

  • John Edmands

    John Edmands (1 February 1820 - 1915) was an American librarian who was responsible for innovations in filing methodologies and inspired Poole's guide to periodical literature.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Edmands)

  • John Eadie

    John Eadie (May 9, 1810 – June 3, 1876), Scottish theologian and biblical critic, was born at Alva, in Stirlingshire.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Eadie)

  • John McGrath (playwright)

    John Peter McGrath, (1 June 1935 – 22 January 2002), was a Liverpudlian-Irish playwright and theatre theorist who grew up in Wales and notably took up the cause of Scottish independence in his plays. His life partner was the Scottish actress Elizabeth MacLennan.... ( from the wikipedia article on John McGrath (playwright))

  • John Layman

    John Steele Layman (born August 2, 1969) is an American comic book writer and letterer.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Layman)

  • John Carey (critic)

    John Carey (born 5 April 1934) is a British literary critic, and emeritus Merton Professor of English Literature at the University of Oxford. He was born in Barnes, London, and educated at Richmond and East Sheen Boys’ Grammar School, winning an Open Scholarship to St John's College, Oxford.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Carey (critic))

  • John Dolan (writer)

    John Carrol Dolan (born 1955) is an American poet, writer and essayist. He currently writes for and co-edits the eXile, an English-language paper in Moscow, Russia.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Dolan (writer))

  • John Beecher

    John Beecher (22 January, 190411 May, 1980) was an activist poet, writer and journalist who wrote about the Southern United States during the Great Depression and the American Civil Rights Movement. Beecher was extremely active in the American labor and Civil Rights movements.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Beecher)

  • John Defterios

    John Defterios is an award winning journalist with 25 years of experience in financial news and global affairs. He was an anchor and correspondent for CNN, CNN International, and CNNfn from 1992-2000 in New York and London.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Defterios)

  • John Steinbeck IV

    John Steinbeck IV is a Writer... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Steinbeck IV)

  • James Augustus St. John

    James Augustus St. John (24 September 1795-22 September 1875), was a British author and traveller.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on James Augustus St. John)

  • John L. Watson

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  • John Charles Dent

    John Charles Dent (November 8, 1841 – September 27, 1888) was a Canadian journalist, author and historian.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Charles Dent)

  • John Clymer

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  • John of Rokycan

    John of Rokycan is a Writer... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John of Rokycan)

  • John Burns (comics)

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  • John Joseph Saunders

    John Joseph Saunders (1910-1972) was a British medieval historian, whose work focused on Islamic and Asian history. He was lecturer at the Canterbury University in New Zealand.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Joseph Saunders)

  • John C. Higgins

    John C. Higgins (April 28, 1908 - July 2, 1995) was an American screenwriter.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John C. Higgins)

  • John Dunton

    John Dunton (4 May 1659 – 1733) was an English bookseller and author. In 1691, he founded an Athenian Society to publish the The Athenian Mercury, the first major popular periodical and first miscellaneous periodical in England.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Dunton)

  • John Oxenbridge

    John Oxenbridge (January 30, 1608 – December 28, 1674) was an English Nonconformist divine, who emigrated to New England.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Oxenbridge)

  • John Lanchester

    John Henry Lanchester (born 25 February 1962) is a British journalist and novelist. He was born in Hamburg, brought up in the Far East and educated in England, at Gresham's School, Holt between 1972 and 1980 and St John's College, Oxford.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Lanchester)

  • Herbert John Clifford Grierson

    Sir Herbert John Clifford Grierson (1866-1960; often referred to as Herbert J. C.... (extract from the wikipedia article on Herbert John Clifford Grierson)

  • John Castellanos

    John Castellanos (born April 11, 1957 in La Mesa, California) is an American actor best known for the contract role of attorney John Silva on the CBS soap opera The Young and the Restless. He joined the cast in May 1989.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Castellanos)

  • John Gerstner

    John H. Gerstner (1914-1996) was a Professor of Church History at Pittsburgh Theological Seminary and Knox Theological Seminary and an authority on the life and theology of Jonathan Edwards.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Gerstner)

  • John O'Neill (editor)

    John O'Neill is an Ottawa (Canada) born writer, founder, editor and publisher of Black Gate magazine, a quarterly fantasy magazine first published in 2000. O'Neill holds a doctorate in Chemical Engineering and continued to work in the high technology area.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John O'Neill (editor))

  • John Blakeney

    John Blakeney was the author of The Life and Exploits of the Scarlet Pimpernel which was a supposed biography of the fictional Sir Percy Blakeney. It is thought that John Blakeney may be a pseudonym for John Montague Orczy-Barstow, the son of Baroness Orczy (author of The Scarlet Pimpernel).... ( from the wikipedia article on John Blakeney)

  • Stuart John Wood

    Stuart John "Woody" Wood (born 25 February 1957, at Chalmers Hospital, Edinburgh, Scotland), was a rhythm and later bass guitarist for the 1970s pop sensations, the Bay City Rollers. He joined the group in 1973, replacing John Devine.... (extract from the wikipedia article on Stuart John Wood)

  • John Elliott (historian)

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  • John Strachey (politician)

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  • John Cutts, 1st Baron Cutts

    Lieutenant-General John Cutts, 1st Baron Cutts of Gowran PC (Ire) (1661 – 25 January 1707), British soldier and author, came from an Essex family.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Cutts, 1st Baron Cutts)

  • John Rich (musician)

    John Rich (musician) is a Writer... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Rich (musician))

  • John Shoven

    John B. Shoven is the Wallace R.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Shoven)

  • John Russell Fearn

    John Russell Fearn (1908-1960) was a British author and one of the first British writers to appear in American pulp science fiction magazines.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Russell Fearn)

  • John Philoponus

    John Philoponus (}}; AD. 490–AD.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Philoponus)

  • John Fraser (journalist)

    John Anderson Fraser, CM (born June 5, 1944) is an award-winning Canadian journalist, author, and Master of Massey College, a self-governing interdisciplinary graduate college affiliated with the University of Toronto. Until mid-2008, he was also Chair of the Canadian Journalism Foundation and teaches a course in Canadian newspaper history at St.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Fraser (journalist))

  • John Addey (astrologer)

    John Addey (June 15, 1920 - March 27, 1982) an English Astrologer born Barnsley, died in London.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Addey (astrologer))

  • John William Fletcher

    John William Fletcher (September 12, 1729 – August 14, 1785), English divine, was born at Nyon in Switzerland, his original name being de la Flechère.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John William Fletcher)

  • John Palsgrave

    John Palsgrave (c. 1480 – 1554 AD) was a priest of Henry VIII of England's court.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Palsgrave)

  • John Roland

    John Roland (born 1941) is a former news anchor and reporter.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Roland)

  • John Truby

    John Truby is a screenwriter, director and screenwriting teacher. His first feature film as writer/director was All-American Boy.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Truby)

  • John Codman Ropes

    John Codman Ropes (1836–1899) was an American military historian and lawyer born at St. Petersburg on the 28th of April 1836, the son of a leading merchant of Boston who was engaged in business in Russia.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Codman Ropes)

  • John Blofeld

    John Eaton Calthorpe Blofeld (Born Anthony, April 2, 1913 - June 7, 1987) was a British writer on Asian thought and religion, especially Taoism and Chinese Buddhism.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Blofeld)

  • John Perry (musician)

    John Perry (born 4 June 1952 in Bristol) is an English rock guitarist. He is most recognised for his involvement with the English punk rock band, The Only Ones.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Perry (musician))

  • John B. Lee

    John Busteed Lee (born 1951) is a Canadian author and poet who is presently Poet Laureate of Brantford, Ontario. He has received more than 60 prestigious international awards for poetry.... ( from the wikipedia article on John B. Lee)

  • John Southworth (musician)

    John Southworth (born on April 22, 1972) is a Canadian singer-songwriter. His style encompasses the full spectrum of popular song genres, from oldies-radio to folk, 80’s pop to cabaret.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Southworth (musician))

  • John Frederick Coots

    John Frederick Coots is a Writer... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Frederick Coots)

  • John Frink

    John Frink (born 1959, Whitesboro, New York) is an American producer and writer who is most noted for having a namesake on The Simpsons. The character has existed long before Frink joined the writing staff.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Frink)

  • John Jacob Niles

    John Jacob Niles (April 28, 1892—March 1, 1980) was an American composer, singer, and collector of traditional ballads. Called the "Dean of American Balladeers"john-jacob-niles.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Jacob Niles)

  • John Clive Ward

    John Clive Ward (1924–2000), was a British-Australian physicist. His most famous creation was the Ward-Takahashi identity, originally known as "Ward's identity" (or "Ward Identities").... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Clive Ward)

  • John Montague (poet)

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  • John Kenneth Muir

    John Kenneth Muir (born 1969) is an American literary critic. He has written twenty-one reference books in the fields of film and television, with a particular accent on the horror and science fiction genres.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Kenneth Muir)

  • John Maddox Roberts

    John Maddox Roberts (born June 25, 1947 in Ohio) is an author who has written many science fiction and fantasy novels, including his successful historical fiction, such as the SPQR series and Hannibal's Children.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Maddox Roberts)

  • John Randall (physicist)

    Sir John Turton Randall,FRSE, (March 23, 1905 – June 16, 1984) was a British physicist and biophysicist, credited with radical improvement of the cavity magnetron, an essential component of centimetric wavelength radar, which was one of the keys to the Allied victory in the Second World War. It is also the key component of microwave ovens.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Randall (physicist))

  • John Ellerton

    John Ellerton is a Writer... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Ellerton)

  • John Nichols (American writer)

    John Treadwell Nichols (born July 23, 1940 Berkeley, California) is the author of the New Mexico trilogy, a series about the complex relationship between history, race and ethnicity, and land and water rights in the fictional Chamisaville County, New Mexico. The trilogy consists of The Milagro Beanfield War (which was adapted into the film The Milagro Beanfield War directed by Robert Redford), The Magic Journey, and The Nirvana Blues.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Nichols (American writer))

  • John Muir (indologist)

    John Muir (February 5, 1810 – March 7, 1882) was a Scottish Sanskrit scholar and Indologist .... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Muir (indologist))

  • John E. Douglas

    John Edward Douglas (born June 18, 1945),John E. Douglas bio @ Planet CRRL Reference Room is a former agent with the US Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), one of the first criminal profilers, and criminal psychology author.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John E. Douglas)

  • John Roberts (historian)

    John Morris Roberts CBE (14 April 1928 - 30 May 2003) was a British historian, with significant published works, well known also as the author and presenter of the BBC TV series The Triumph of the West (1985).... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Roberts (historian))

  • John McCabe (writer)

    John McCabe (November 14 1920 – September 27 2005), born John Charles McCabe III, was a Shakespearean scholar and author, whose first book was the authorized biography of Laurel and Hardy.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John McCabe (writer))

  • John Dickerson (journalist)

    John Frederick Dickerson (born 1968John Dickerson) is an American journalist. He is chief political correspondent for Slate magazine.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Dickerson (journalist))

  • John Morgan (etiquette expert)

    (Anthony) John Morgan (28 May 1959–9 July 2000) was a British expert on etiquette. His Saturday column in The Times, "Modern Manners", ran for three years and became an institution.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Morgan (etiquette expert))

  • John Haden Badley

    John Haden Badley is a Writer... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Haden Badley)

  • John C. Campbell

    John C. Campbell (1867 – 1919) was an American educator and reformer noted for his survey of social conditions in the southern Appalachian region of the United States during the early 1900s.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John C. Campbell)

  • John Grundy

    John Grundy is a Writer... ( from the wikipedia article on John Grundy)

  • John Rae (educator)

    John Rae (20 March 1931-16 December 2006) was a British novelist, writer and educator. He was headmaster of Taunton School (1966-1970) and Headmaster of Westminster School (1970-1986).... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Rae (educator))

  • John Marriott (British politician)

    Sir John Arthur Ransome Marriott (August 17, 1859 – June 6, 1945) taught modern history at Oxford University from 1884 to 1920. He was an Honorary fellow, formerly fellow, lecturer and tutor in modern History, of Worcester College, Oxford.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Marriott (British politician))

  • John Adams (geographer)

    Professor John Adams of University College London, is a professor of geography and leading theorist on risk compensation and an environmentalist. His book Risk is an analysis of how humans assess and respond to perceived risks.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Adams (geographer))

  • John Loftus

    John Joseph Loftus (February 12, 1950, Boston, Massachusetts) is an American author, former US government prosecutor and former Army intelligence officer. He is a president of The Intelligence Summit and, although he is not Jewish, a president of the Florida Holocaust Museum.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Loftus)

  • John Vlissides

    John Matthew Vlissides (August 2, 1961 - November 24, 2005) was a software scientist known mainly as one of the four authors (referred to as the Gang of Four) of the book Design Patterns: Elements of Reusable Object-Oriented Software. Vlissides referred to himself as "#4 of the Gang of Four and wouldn't have it any other way".... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Vlissides)

  • John H. Sammis

    John H. Sammis is a Writer... ( from the wikipedia article on John H. Sammis)

  • Robert John Stewart

    Robert John "R J" Stewart (1949-) is a Scottish-born composer, author, and teacher. He has written over 40 books on occultism, Ceremonial magic and Celtic mythology.... (extract from the wikipedia article on Robert John Stewart)

  • John Zaritsky

    John Zaritsky (born 1943)According to the British Film Institute, his birth year was either 1943 or 1944 (BFI) is a Canadian documentarian film maker. He was the recipient of an Academy Award in 1982 for his documentary Just Another Missing Kid.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Zaritsky)

  • John Boyd (author)

    John Boyd is the pen-name of Boyd Bradfield Upchurch (born October 3, 1919) a science fiction author.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Boyd (author))

  • John L. Heilbron

    John Lewis Heilbron is an American historian of science best known for his work in the history of physics and the history of astronomy. He is Professor of History and Vice-Chancellor Emeritus (Vice-Chancellor 1990-1994) at the University of California, Berkeley, senior research fellow at Worcester College, Oxford, and visiting professor at Yale University.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John L. Heilbron)

  • John Peters (chess)

    John Peters (born 1951) is an American International Master of chess. He is the chess columnist for the Los Angeles Times.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Peters (chess))

  • John Keay

    John Keay (born 1941) is an English journalist and historian. He specialises in writing popular histories about India and the Far East, often with a particular focus on their colonisation and exploration by Europeans.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Keay)

  • John Peterson (author)

    John Peterson (1924 - 2002) was an American author of children's books during the 20th century. He is best remembered as the creator of The Littles, which began as a series of books in 1967, later adapted into a long-running animated cartoon series by DiC Entertainment.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Peterson (author))

  • John Mackintosh Howie

    John Mackintosh Howie, CBE, FRSE (born 23 May 1936), Scottish mathematician, is a prominent semigroup theorist.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Mackintosh Howie)

  • John Thompson (poet)

    John Thompson (17 Mar 1938 – 26 Apr 1976) was a English-born Canadian poet.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Thompson (poet))

  • John Henry Muirhead

    John Henry Muirhead (April 28, 1855 - May 24, 1940) was a British philosopher best known for having initiated the Muirhead Library of Philosophy in 1890. He became the first Chair of Philosophy at the University of Birmingham in 1900.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Henry Muirhead)

  • Henry John Roby

    Henry John Roby (August 20, 1830 – 2 January 1915), was an English classical scholar and writer on Roman law, and a Liberal Member of Parliament (MP).... (extract from the wikipedia article on Henry John Roby)

  • John O'Mill

    Johan van der Meulen (11 January 1915, Breda - 13 September 2005, Breda), better known by his pseudonym John O'Mill (a jocular translation of his given name, as if O' stands for "of the"), is a Dutch author mostly known for his wordplay and limericks, and for using a macaronic combination of Dutch and English words and sentence structures he called "Double Dutch" (itself a pun on various meanings of this phrase). Double Dutch appears English, but it cannot be fully understood without knowledge of Dutch, because it is based on the literal translation of Dutch idioms into English and the similarity in sound of certain words and expressions.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John O'Mill)

  • John Hope Franklin

    John Hope Franklin is a Writer... ( from the wikipedia article on John Hope Franklin)

  • John Keane (political theorist)

    John Keane (born 1949) is an Australian-born British political theorist. Educated at the Universities of Adelaide, Toronto and Cambridge, Keane is currently Professor of Politics at the University of Westminster.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Keane (political theorist))

  • John Fulton (writer)

    John Fulton (born on November 14, 1967) is an American author based in Boston, Massachusetts, where he teaches creative writing at the University of Massachusetts, Boston. He grew up in Utah and Montana, attended college in Washington State, and lived in Europe for five years.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Fulton (writer))

  • John Tartaglione

    John Tartaglione (January 14, 1921Comics Buyer's Guide #1650; February 2009; Page 107 – 12 November, 2003), a.k.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Tartaglione)

  • John Tipler

    Johnny Tipler, a freelance writer, was born in Leicester, lived in Leeds as a child and grew up in Chelmsford.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Tipler)

  • John Eachard

    John Eachard (1636? - July 7, 1697) was an English divine and satirist, noted for his humorous descriptions of the contemporary clergy.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Eachard)

  • John Lewin

    John William Lewin (1770 – 27 August 1819) was an English-born artist active in Australia from 1800. The first professional artist of the colony of New South Wales, he illustrated the earliest volumes of Australian natural history.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Lewin)

  • John Bennett Black

    John Bennett Black (1883 – 1964) was a Scottish historian whose primary topic of study was of Elizabethan England. He was Professor of History at the University of Aberdeen where a prize is awarded each year in his name.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Bennett Black)

  • John Ennis (actor)

    John Ennis (born May 6, 1964) is an American actor and comic. He has been a regular cast member of Mr.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Ennis (actor))

  • John Biguenet

    John Biguenet is an O. Henry Award winning author and professor of English at Loyola University - New Orleans.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Biguenet)

  • Reginald John Campbell

    Reginald John Campbell (1867-1956), British Congregationalist divine, son of a United Free Methodist minister of Scottish descent, was born in London and educated at schools in Bolton and Nottingham, where his father successively removed, and in Belfast, the home of his grandfather.... ( from the wikipedia article on Reginald John Campbell)

  • John Shelton Lawrence

    John Shelton Lawrence is an emeritus professor of philosophy at Morningside College in Sioux City, Iowa, United States. His initial major publication, The American Monomyth, written with Robert Jewett, was published in 1977.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Shelton Lawrence)

  • John Gardner Coolidge

    John Gardner Coolidge (July 4, 1863–February 28, 1936) was an American collector, diplomat, author, and nephew of Isabella Stewart Gardner.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Gardner Coolidge)

  • John of Hildesheim

    John of Hildesheim or Johannes de Hildesheim (died 1375) was a writer and Carmelite monk from the German town of Hildesheim. As a Carmelite, he travelled through Germany, France, and Italy, and his broad literary opus includes works of philosophy, theology, and poetry.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John of Hildesheim)

  • John of Ireland

    John of Ireland, or Johannis de Irlandia (fl. 1480) was a Scottish writer, perhaps of Lowland origin, a resident for thirty years in Paris and later a professor of theology.... ( from the wikipedia article on John of Ireland)

  • John Brown Paton

    John Brown Paton (1830 – 1911), English Nonconformist theologian, was born on the 17 December 1830.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Brown Paton)

  • John William De Forest

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  • John Frohnmayer

    John Edward Frohnmayer (born June 1, 1942) is a retired attorney from the U.S.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Frohnmayer)

  • John Dinges

    John Dinges was special correspondent for Time, Washington Post and ABC Radio in Chile. With a group of Chilean journalists, he cofounded the Chilean magazine APSI.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Dinges)

  • John Naisbitt

    John Naisbitt (born January 15, 1929 in Salt Lake City, Utah) is an American author and public speaker in the area of futures studies. His first book Megatrends was published in 1982.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Naisbitt)

  • John Colquhoun (sportsman)

    John Colquhoun (6 March 1805 – 27 May 1885) was a sportsman and sportswriter in Scotland. He was born in Edinburgh to James Colquhoun, 3rd Baronet of Luss, Dumbartonshire and Janet Sinclair.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Colquhoun (sportsman))

  • John Fox, Jr.

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  • John Munro (poet)

    John Munro (1889-1918), was a Scottish soldier and poet who won the Military Cross during the First World War. He fell in action with the 7th Battalion Seaforth Highlanders.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Munro (poet))

  • John Wickham Legg

    John Wickham Legg (1843-1921) was the third son of the printer and bookseller George Legg, and was born at Alverstoke near Portsmouth in Hampshire, England, on 28 December 1843. His schooling was at Winchester College and from there he went to New College, Oxford and subsequently opted to read Medicine at University College, London, where he studied under Sir William Jenner.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Wickham Legg)

  • John Flaus

    John Flaus (born 1934) is an Australian film academic and theorist, actor, anarchist and raconteur. He was born in Maroubra, New South Wales.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Flaus)

  • John Thomas (screenwriter)

    John Thomas is an American screenwriter based in California. With his brother Jim Thomas, he wrote or was substantially involved in the screenplays of the following films: Predator (1987), Predator 2 (1990), Executive Decision (1996), Wild Wild West (1999), Mission to Mars (2000), and Behind Enemy Lines (2001).... ( from the wikipedia article on John Thomas (screenwriter))

  • John Terraine

    John Alfred Terraine (15 January 1921 – 28 December 2003), though not permanently associated with any academic institution, was a leading British military historian. He is best known for his persistent defence of Douglas Haig and also as the lead screenwriter on the BBC's landmark 1960s documentary The Great War.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Terraine)

  • John Menlove Edwards

    John Menlove Edwards (18 June 1910 – 2 February 1958) was one of the leading British rock climbers of the interwar period and wrote poetry based on his experiences climbing.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Menlove Edwards)

  • John Mensah Sarbah

    John Mensah Sarbah (June 3, 1864, Anomabu – November 27, 1910) was a lawyer and political leader in the Gold Coast (now Ghana).... ( from the wikipedia article on John Mensah Sarbah)

  • John Vachon

    John Vachon is a Writer... ( from the wikipedia article on John Vachon)

  • John Holloway (poet)

    John Holloway (1920 – 29 August 1999 at the age of 79) was an English poet, critic and academic. Born in South London and educated at the University of Oxford (New College), he served in the artillery and intelligence during the Second World War and then pursued an academic career at the Universities of Oxford, Aberdeen and Cambridge, where he became a fellow of Queens' College and eventually a professor.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Holloway (poet))

  • John de Courcy Ling

    John de Courcy Ling CBE (October 14, 1933 – November 10, 2005) was a British diplomat, farmer, politician and writer. His Roman Catholic faith contributed to making him a strong internationalist who believed in overseas aid.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John de Courcy Ling)

  • John Timpson

    John Timpson is a Writer... ( from the wikipedia article on John Timpson)

  • John Kingman

    John Kingman is a Writer... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Kingman)

  • John Silvester

    John Silvester is an Australian journalist and crime writer. He has written for major Melbourne based newspapers such as The Age, the Sunday Herald Sun and others.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Silvester)

  • John Beard (news anchor)

    John Beard is an Emmy-award winning American news anchor based in Buffalo, NY.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Beard (news anchor))

  • John Jackson Miller

    John Jackson Miller is an American comic book writer and commentator, known for his work on the Star Wars franchise as well as his research into comic book circulation history, as presented in the Standard Catalog of Comic Books series.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Jackson Miller)

  • John Newfong

    John Newfong (3 November 1943 – 30 May 1999), Aboriginal Australian journalist and writer, was the first Aboriginal person to be employed as a journalist in the mainstream print media.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Newfong)

  • John Bingham (runner)

    John Bingham (born 1948) is an American marathon runner and author, nicknamed "The Penguin", who has achieved widespread recognition for promoting the walking of long-distance race courses to the general public.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Bingham (runner))

  • John Asfour

    John Asfour () (born in Aitaneat, Lebanon) is a Lebanese-Canadian poet, writer, and teacher. At the age of 13, a grenade exploded in his face injuring his eyes during the Lebanon crisis.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Asfour)

  • John Hodgman

    John Hodgman is a Writer... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Hodgman)

  • John London

    John Carl Kuehne (6 February 1942 - 12 February 2000), better known as John London, was an American musician and songwriter, and was involved in several Hollywood television and movie productions. He was most notably associated with both the band The Monkees, and their 1960s television series.... ( from the wikipedia article on John London)

  • John Quarterman

    John Quarterman is a Writer... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Quarterman)

  • John Driscoll Fitz-Gerald

    John Driscoll Fitz-Gerald II (1873 – June 8, 1946) was an American Hispanic scholar, nephew of James Newbury Fitz-Gerald, born in Newark, N. J.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Driscoll Fitz-Gerald)

  • John D'Arms

    John Haughton D'Arms (November 27, 1934 - January 22, 2002) was the Gerald F. Else Professor of Humanities and professor of classical studies and history at the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John D'Arms)

  • John Reppion

    John Reppion is a Writer... ( from the wikipedia article on John Reppion)

  • John Bertram Andrews

    John Bertram Andrews (1880–1943) was an American economist, born in South Wayne, Wisconsin, and educated at the University of Wisconsin–Madison and at Dartmouth College. He taught economics at both of those institutions.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Bertram Andrews)

  • John Harold Brislin

    John Harold Brislin was the 1959 Pulitzer Prize winner in the category "Local reporting, no edition time" for work as a reporter for the Scranton Tribune in Scranton, Pennsylvania.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Harold Brislin)

  • John M. Crewdson

    John M. Crewdson (born December 15, 1945) is a Pulitzer Prize-winning reporter.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John M. Crewdson)

  • John Fischetti

    John R. Fischetti (September 27, 1916 – November 18, 1980) was an editorial cartoonist for the New York Herald-Tribune and the Chicago Daily News.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Fischetti)

  • John L. Gaunt

    John L. Gaunt (June 4, 1924 – October 26, 2007) was a Pulitzer Prize-winning American photographer.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John L. Gaunt)

  • John Peebles Arbuthnott

    Sir John Peebles Arbuthnott (born 8 April 1939) is a Scottish microbiologist, and was Principal of the University of Strathclyde.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Peebles Arbuthnott)

  • John S. Knight

    John Shively Knight (October 26, 1894 – June 16, 1981) was an American newspaper publisher and editor.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John S. Knight)

  • Alexander John Arbuthnot

    Sir Alexander John Arbuthnot, KCSI, CIE (11 October 1822, Killaloe, Ireland – 10 June 1907) was a British official and writer. Educated at Rugby School.... (extract from the wikipedia article on Alexander John Arbuthnot)

  • John Shaw Billings

    John Shaw Billings is a Writer... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Shaw Billings)

  • John Coleman Burroughs

    John Coleman "Jack" Burroughs (28 February 1913 - 22 February 1979) was an American illustrator known for his illustrations of the works of his father, Edgar Rice Burroughs.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Coleman Burroughs)

  • John Joseph O'Neill (journalist)

    John Joseph O'Neill (1889-1953), of the New York Herald Tribune, along with with William L. Laurence of the New York Times.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Joseph O'Neill (journalist))

  • John T. Rogers

    John T. Rogers (1882 - 3 March 1937) won the 1927 Pulitzer Prize for Reporting.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John T. Rogers)

  • John Strohmeyer

    John Strohmeyer (June 26,1924 - March 3, 2010) was the 1972 Pulitzer Prize winner for editorial writing “for his editorial campaign to reduce racial tensions in Bethlehem.”... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Strohmeyer)

  • John H. Brown

    John Brown is a Senior Fellow at USC Center on Public Diplomacy where he regularly publishes the Public Diplomacy Press Review.... ( from the wikipedia article on John H. Brown)

  • John Wicks (singer)

    John Wicks is a record producer and songwriter, working with numerous artists in the United States and the United Kingdom. Wicks is best known as the lead singer-songwriter from the UK mod powerpop band, The Records, who formed in London from the ashes of the The Kursaal Flyers, during the 1977 punk rock movement.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Wicks (singer))

  • John Boardman (art historian)

    Professor Sir John Boardman (born 20 August 1927) is a classical art historian and archaeologist, "Britain's most distinguished historian of ancient Greek art." Interview with Diana Scarisbrick, Apollo Magazine], May 2006]... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Boardman (art historian))

  • John Hejduk

    John Hejduk is a Writer... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Hejduk)

  • John Paul Leon

    John Paul Leon is a Writer... ( from the wikipedia article on John Paul Leon)

  • John Seigenthaler (anchorman)

    John Michael Seigenthaler (; born December 21, 1955) is an American former news anchor and correspondent who worked for both NBC and MSNBC. He is the son of the newspaper journalist John Lawrence Seigenthaler.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Seigenthaler (anchorman))

  • John Reiner

    John Reiner is the artist of the following comic strips: The Lockhorns, Laugh Parade, and Howard Huge. He has received the National Cartoonist Society Gag Cartoon for his work for 1994.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Reiner)

  • John Bryan Ward-Perkins

    John Bryan Ward-Perkins CMG, CBE, FBA (3 February 1912, Bromley, Kent, United Kingdom – 28 May 1981, Cirencester, United Kingdom) was a British Classical architectural historian and archaeologist, and director of the British School at Rome.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Bryan Ward-Perkins)

  • Reginald John Hollingdale

    Reginald John Hollingdale is a Writer... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on Reginald John Hollingdale)

  • John Wolff

    John Wolff (1906–2005) served as an Adjunct Professor of Law at Georgetown University Law Center for 44 years until his death on December 7, 2005 In addition to teaching, he worked for the government and was a consultant on Foreign and International Law in Washington, D.C.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Wolff)

  • John A. Sanford

    John A. "Jack" Sanford (26 July 1929–17 October 2005) was a Jungian psychoanalyst and Episcopal priest.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John A. Sanford)

  • John Hager (cartoonist)

    John "Dok" Hager (1858-1932) was an American cartoonist, creator of the comic strip Dok's Dippy Duck, which was published in the Seattle Times starting in 1917. Hager's nickname stems from his time as a dentist in Terre Haute, Indiana before he moved to Seattle, Washington in 1889 and began working for the Times.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Hager (cartoonist))

  • John Wilfrid Linnett

    John Wilfrid Linnett (3 August 1913 – 7 November 1975) was Vice-Chancellor of Cambridge University from 1973 to 1975. He was for many years a Fellow of the Queen's College, Oxford and a demonstrator in Inorganic Chemistry at the University of Oxford.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Wilfrid Linnett)

  • John Hellins

    This subject should not be confused with John Hellins, 1829–87, clergyman and entomologist John Hellins, 1829–87, clergyman and entomologist: Darwin correspondence project database, which lists this Hellins as one of Charles Darwin's correspondents. It is not known whether the two John Hellinses were related..... ( from the wikipedia article on John Hellins)

  • John Henry Wigmore

    John Henry Wigmore is a Writer... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Henry Wigmore)

  • Stewart St. John

    Stewart St. John is an American filmmaker, writer, composer, director, producer of television, feature, online and mobile entertainment.... (extract from the wikipedia article on Stewart St. John)

  • John White Chadwick

    John White Chadwick (1840–1904) was an American clergyman of the Unitarian Church. He was born in Marblehead, Massachusetts, and graduated in 1864 from Harvard Divinity School.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John White Chadwick)

  • John Maxwell (writer)

    John Maxwell (writer) is a Writer... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Maxwell (writer))

  • John Tengo Jabavu

    John Tengo Jabavu (January 11, 1859 - September 10, 1921) was a political activist and the editor of South Africa's first newspaper to be written in Xhosa.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Tengo Jabavu)

  • John O'Leary (Fenian)

    John O'Leary (Fenian) is a Writer... (extract from the wikipedia article on John O'Leary (Fenian))

  • John Passmore Edwards

    John Passmore Edwards (24 March 1823 - 22 April 1911)ODNB article by A. J.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Passmore Edwards)

  • John Arden

    John Arden (born 26 October 1930) is an award-winning English playwright from Barnsley (which at the time was in the West Riding of Yorkshire). His works tend to expose social issues of personal concern.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Arden)

  • John Judis

    John B. Judis is an American author and journalist.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Judis)

  • John Sherwood (author)

    John Sherwood (1913 - 2002) is an author of fiction. He wrote the cozy Celia Grant Horticultural mystery series, amongst others.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Sherwood (author))

  • John W. Peterson

    John W. Peterson (November 1, 1921 – September 20, 2006) was a songwriter who had a major influence on evangelical Christian music in the 1950s through the 1970s.... ( from the wikipedia article on John W. Peterson)

  • John E. Woods

    John E. (Edwin) Woods is a translator who specializes in translating German literature, since about 1978.... ( from the wikipedia article on John E. Woods)

  • John Arcudi

    John Arcudi is an American comic book writer, best known for his work on The Mask and B.P.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Arcudi)

  • John Bowyer Buchanan Nichols

    John Bowyer Buchanan Nichols is a Writer... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Bowyer Buchanan Nichols)

  • John Minnion

    John Minnion (born Guildford, August 13 1949)Biography of Minnion at British Cartoon Archive site, University of Kent is an English illustrator. His distinctive black and white drawings have appeared in publications such as the Financial Times, The Guardian, and The Times, where for six years he illustrated the television criticism column written by Lynne Truss, author of the surprise best-seller about punctuation, Eats, Shoots and Leaves.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Minnion)

  • John Inverdale

    John Inverdale is a Writer... ( from the wikipedia article on John Inverdale)

  • John Fairfax

    John Fairfax (24 October 1804 – 16 June 1877), English-born journalist, is notable for the incorporation of the major newspapers of modern day Australia.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Fairfax)

  • John L. Allen, Jr.

    John L. Allen, Jr. is a Writer... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John L. Allen, Jr.)

  • John Albano

    John Albano (1923 – May 23, 2005) was an American writer who worked in the comic book industry. He was recognized for his work with the Shazam Award for Best Writer (Humor Division) in 1971, and the Shazam Award for Best Individual Short Story (Dramatic) in 1972 for "The Demon Within", in House of Mystery #201 (with Jim Aparo).... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Albano)

  • John Krizanc

    John Krizanc (born 1956) is a Canadian playwright who established an international reputation with his non-linear work, Tamara. Its Toronto production (directed by Richard Rose) won him a Dora Mavor Moore Award in 1982.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Krizanc)

  • John Robert Colombo

    John Robert Colombo is a Writer... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Robert Colombo)

  • John Walker (lexicographer)

    John Walker (18 March 1732 in Colney Hatch, Middlesex – 1 August 1807 in London) was an English stage actor, philologist and lexicographer. Early in life he became an actor, his theatrical engagements including one with David Garrick at Drury Lane, and a long season in Dublin, Ireland.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Walker (lexicographer))

  • John Peale Bishop

    John Peale Bishop (May 21, 1892 – April 4, 1944) was an American poet and man of letters.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Peale Bishop)

  • John A. Garraty

    John Arthur Garraty (July 4, 1920 – December 19, 2007) was an American historian and biographer. He specialized largely in American political and economic history.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John A. Garraty)

  • John McVicar

    John McVicar (born 1940) is a British journalist, formerly a criminal.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John McVicar)

  • John Sanborn Phillips

    John Sanborn Phillips (1861 – 1949) attended Knox College in Illinois where he worked on the student newspaper. He met S.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Sanborn Phillips)

  • John Bevere

    John Bevere (born June 2, 1959) is a evangelist, loyal Bible teacher and best selling author. Although he moves in the same circles as some Word of Faith teachers, claims are that his message is very different.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Bevere)

  • John Russell Harper

    John Russell Harper (April 13, 1914 – November 17, 1983) was an eminent Canadian art historian who is considered to have pioneered the field of art history in Canada.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Russell Harper)

  • John Milbank

    Alasdair John Milbank (born 1952, LondonContemporary Authors Online, s.v.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Milbank)

  • John Hodgetts

    Dr. John Edwin "Ted" Hodgetts, O.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Hodgetts)

  • John Prentice (cartoonist)

    John Prentice (17 October 1920 – 23 May 1999) was a cartoonist who took over the comic strip Rip Kirby upon the death of the strip's creator, Alex Raymond.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Prentice (cartoonist))

  • John F.C. Westerman

    John Francis Cyril Westerman (born 1901, date of death unknown) was an English author of children's literature. He was the son of author Percy F.... ( from the wikipedia article on John F.C. Westerman)

  • John McManners

    John McManners is a Writer... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John McManners)

  • John Clarence Webster

    John Clarence Webster (21 October 1862 – 16 March 1950) was a Canadian-born physician pioneering in Obstetrics and gynaecology who in retirement had a second career as an historian, specializing in the history of his native New Brunswick. He was born in Shediac, New Brunswick on 21 October 1862 and he died there at the age of 86 on 16 March 1950.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Clarence Webster)

  • John MacLachlan Gray

    John MacLachlan Gray is a Writer... (extract from the wikipedia article on John MacLachlan Gray)

  • Sir John Retcliffe

    Sir John Retcliffe was the pseudonym of the German writer Hermann Ottomar Friedrich Goedsche (12 February 1815 - 8 November 1878) primarily remembered for his antisemitism and the extent to which his fiction indirectly contributed to The Protocols of the Elders of Zion.... (extract from the wikipedia article on Sir John Retcliffe)

  • John Dewar Denniston

    John Dewar Denniston (born 4 March 1887 in India, died 2 May 1949 in Church Stretton)Catologus Philologorum Classicorum 1880-1980 was a British classical scholar. He was Fellow of Hertford College, Oxford from 1913 until his death.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Dewar Denniston)

  • John Gregory Betancourt

    John Gregory Betancourt is a Writer... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Gregory Betancourt)

  • John Brooks Wheelwright

    John Brooks Wheelwright (sometimes Wheelright) (1897–13 September 1940) was an American poet from a Boston Brahmin background. He belonged to the poetic avant garde of the 1930s and was a Marxist, a founder-member of the Trotskyist Socialist Workers Party in the United States.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Brooks Wheelwright)

  • John Skelton

    John Skelton, also known as John Shelton (c. 1460 – June 21, 1529), possibly born in Diss, Norfolk, was an English poet.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Skelton)

  • John Martin Robinson

    John Martin Robinson is a Writer... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Martin Robinson)

  • John Lubbock, 2nd Baron Avebury

    John Birkbeck Lubbock, 2nd Baron Avebury, DL (October 4, 1858 – March 26, 1929) was an English aristocrat and banker.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Lubbock, 2nd Baron Avebury)

  • John Randolph Spears

    John Randolph Spears (1850-1936) was an American author and journalist, born at Van Wert, Ohio. For some time, he was associated with the Buffalo Express and the New York Sun.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Randolph Spears)

  • John Lyons (linguist)

    Sir John Lyons (born 1932) is an English linguist, most famous for his work on semantics.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Lyons (linguist))

  • John Oswald (activist)

    This article is about John Oswald an 18th century political revolutionary. Information related to the Canadian composer may be found at John Oswald (composer)... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Oswald (activist))

  • John Whitman

    John Whitman is an American novelist and martial arts instructor. He has written many books, and written for other projects such as Zorro, Witch's Curse, and the Star Wars: Galaxy of Fear series.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Whitman)

  • John Overall (bishop)

    John Overall (1559—1619), the 38th bishop of the see of Norwich from 1618 until his death one year later. He had previously served as Bishop of Coventry and Lichfield (from 1614), as Dean of St Pauls Cathedral from 1601, as Master of Catharine Hall (under protest) from 1598, and as Regius Professor of Divinity at Cambridge University from 1596.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Overall (bishop))

  • John Myers Myers

    John Myers Myers (January 11 1906–October 30 1988) was a writer born to John and Alice Myers in Long Island, New York.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Myers Myers)

  • John Harvey (author)

    John Harvey (born 21 December 1938 in London) is a British author of crime fiction most famous for his series of jazz-influenced Charlie Resnick novels, based in the City of Nottingham. Harvey has also published over 90 books under various names, and has worked on scripts for TV and radio.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Harvey (author))

  • John Kenneth Gormley

    John Kenneth Gormley (born August 2, 1957) is a Canadian radio talk show host.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Kenneth Gormley)

  • John Williams (Ab Ithel)

    John Williams (bardic name: Ab Ithel) (1811–27 August 1862), was an antiquary and Anglican priest. Born in Llangynhafal, Denbighshire Wales in 1811, he graduated from Jesus College, Oxford in 1835 to become the Anglican curate of Llanfor, Merionethshire, where he married Elizabeth Lloyd Williams.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Williams (Ab Ithel))

  • John Erickson (historian)

    John Erickson (b. April 17, 1929 South Shields, England.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Erickson (historian))

  • John Richardson (translator)

    Doctor John Richardson (born Linton, Cambridgeshire — died 1625) was Master of Trinity College, Cambridge from 1615 until his death.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Richardson (translator))

  • Spenser St. John

    Spenser Buckingham St. John, FRGS, FES, (1825-1910) was British Consul in Brunei in the mid 19th century.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on Spenser St. John)

  • John Holloway (sociologist)

    John Holloway (born 1947) is a lawyer, Marxist-oriented sociologist and philosopher, whose work is closely associated with the Zapatista movement in Mexico, his home since 1991. It has also been taken up by some intellectuals associated with the piqueteros in Argentina; Abahlali baseMjondolo movement in South Africa and the Anti-Globalization Movement in Europe and North America.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Holloway (sociologist))

  • John Figueroa

    John Figueroa is a Writer... ( from the wikipedia article on John Figueroa)

  • John Ikenberry

    John Ikenberry is a prominent theorist of international relations and United States foreign policy, and a professor of Politics and International Affairs in the Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs at Princeton University.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Ikenberry)

  • John Milne Bramwell

    John Milne Bramwell (1852 – 1925) was an Scottish physician and author, born at Perth, and educated at the University of Edinburgh.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Milne Bramwell)

  • John King (author)

    John King (author) is a Writer... (extract from the wikipedia article on John King (author))

  • John Briggs (author)

    John Briggs is co-author of Seven life lessons of chaos and an English Professor at Western Connecticut State University With the physicist David Peat, he is also the author of "The Turbulent Mirror," a text aimed at nonspecialist readers that describes the science of dynamical systems, also called chaos theory.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Briggs (author))

  • John Githongo

    John Githongo (born 1965) is a former Kenyan journalist who investigated bribery and fraud in his home country and later, under the presidency of Mwai Kibaki, took on an official governmental position to fight corruption. In 2005 he left that position, later accusing top ministers of large-scale fraud.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Githongo)

  • John Dalrymple (political writer)

    John Dalrymple (1734–1779), Scottish writer, wrote numerous political tracts, among which Answers for the Right Honourable John Dalrymple, Lord Provost of the city of Edinburgh, and others; to the petition of James Stoddart, Esq; late old Provost, and James Stirling, Esq; late one of the bailies of said city, and others is the most widely preserved.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Dalrymple (political writer))

  • John Fortescue (military historian)

    The Hon. Sir John William Fortescue (28 December 1859 – 22 October 1933) was a British statesman and historian.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Fortescue (military historian))

  • John Lawrence Hammond

    John Lawrence Le Breton Hammond (July 18, 1872 – April 7, 1949) was a British journalist and writer on social history and politics. A number of his best-known works were jointly written with his wife, Barbara Hammond (née Bradby, 1873-1961).... ( from the wikipedia article on John Lawrence Hammond)

  • John Hall Archer

    John Hall Archer is a Writer... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Hall Archer)

  • John Baptist Hogan

    John Baptist Hogan (June 24, 1829 – September 29, 1901), also known as Abbé Hogan, was an Irish-French Catholic theologian and educator. He was born near Ennis, County Clare, Ireland, and died at Saint-Sulpice, Paris, France.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Baptist Hogan)

  • John Chipman Farrar

    John Chipman Farrar (1896-1974) was an American writer and publisher.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Chipman Farrar)

  • John Rothenstein

    Sir John Knewstub Maurice Rothenstein CBE (11 July 1901 – 27 February 1992) was an English art historian. He grew up in London the son of Sir William Rothenstein.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Rothenstein)

  • John Richardson (art historian)

    John Patrick Richardson a British art historian and Picasso biographer, was born in London in 1924, the elder son of Sir Wodehouse Richardson, D.S.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Richardson (art historian))

  • John of Hauville

    John of Hauville (also known as Johannes de Hauvilla, Johannes de Altavilla, John of Hauteville and Jean de Hauteville) was a moralist and satirical poet of the 12th century (flourished about 1184). Little is known of his life, but he was probably French.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John of Hauville)

  • John Gray (poet)

    John Gray (poet) is a Writer... ( from the wikipedia article on John Gray (poet))

  • John of Winterthur

    John of Winterthur (c. 1300 – after 1348) was a Swiss historian who wrote a chronicle of history up to 1348.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John of Winterthur)

  • John Campbell (Royal Navy officer)

    John Campbell (Royal Navy officer) is a Writer... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Campbell (Royal Navy officer))

  • John Wells Foster

    John Wells Foster (March 4, 1815 – June 29, 1873) was an American geologist and paleontologist, born at Brimfield, Massachusetts. He graduated at Wesleyan University (Connecticut) in 1834, moved to Ohio, studied law, and was admitted to the bar at Zanesville.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Wells Foster)

  • John Foster (essayist)

    John Foster (1770-1843) was an English essayist, son of a weaver, born in the parish of Halifax, Yorkshire, and educated for the ministry at the Baptist college in Bristol. After serving as a minister for several years, he chose to devote himself to literature.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Foster (essayist))

  • John Emory

    John Emory is a Writer... ( from the wikipedia article on John Emory)

  • John Tedder, 2nd Baron Tedder

    John Michael Tedder, 2nd Baron Tedder, FRS, FRSE (July 4, 1926 – February 18, 1994), was the Purdie Professor of Chemistry at St. Andrews University, Scotland.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Tedder, 2nd Baron Tedder)

  • John Kenagy

    John Kenagy, MD is a vascular surgeon and the principal creator of Adaptive Design(r). As Visiting Scholar at Harvard Business School, Kenagy studied with Clayton Christensen to develop the notion of Disruptive technology--also known as Disruptive Innovation--in health care.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Kenagy)

  • John Battely

    John Battely (also spelt 'Batteley') was an English antiquary and clergyman, Archdeacon of Canterbury 1688–1708. He was the author of two antiquarian works published after his death: Antiquitates Rutupinae (‘Antiquities of Richborough’) and Antiquitates S.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Battely)

  • George John Bond

    George John Bond (July 1, 1850 – June 22, 1933) was a Canadian methodist minister, and missionary to China and Japan.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on George John Bond)

  • John Hall Wheelock

    John Hall Wheelock (September 9, 1886-March 22, 1978) was an American poet. He was a descendant of Eleazar Wheelock, founder of Dartmouth College.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Hall Wheelock)

  • John Cockburn (Scottish politician)

    John Cockburn ( "Co-burn") of Ormiston, East Lothian, (died 12 November 1758) was a Scottish politician, the son of Adam Cockburn of Ormiston, Lord Justice Clerk. He is also known as the father of Scottish husbandry.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Cockburn (Scottish politician))

  • John Van der Kiste

    John Van der Kiste, author, was born in Wendover, Buckinghamshire, in 1954, son of Wing Commander Guy Van der Kiste (1912-99). He was educated at Blundell's School, Tiverton, where he briefly formed a rock band Cobweb with fellow pupil Miles Tredinnick, later vocalist with new wave band London and subsequently playwright and scriptwriter, and read Librarianship at Ealing Technical College, where he edited the librarians’ student magazine.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Van der Kiste)

  • Francis John McConnell

    Francis John McConnell (August 18, 1871 – August 18, 1953) was an American social reformer and a bishop in the Methodist Episcopal Church, elected in 1912.... ( from the wikipedia article on Francis John McConnell)

  • John Tarrant

    John Tarrant (born 1949) is a Western Zen teacher, currently director of the Pacific Zen Institute in Santa Rosa, California.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Tarrant)

  • John Stathatos

    John Stathatos (born Athens, 1947), Greek photographer and writer. Based in London, 1970s-1990s, where he studied at the London School of Economics and was Executive Editor of the student newspaper, The Beaver as well as Editor of two issues of Clare Market Review http://en.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Stathatos)

  • John Blakeley

    John Blakeley (born 19 January 1946 in Blackpool, UK) is a sculptor and special effects artist who has worked in the film industry for over 20 years. Classically trained in London, Carrara and Athens, John Blakeley worked as an illustrator, stone carver and portrait sculptor before working on his first film, Greystoke - The Legend of Tarzan.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Blakeley)

  • John Weiss

    John Weiss (28 June 1818-9 March 1879) was an American author and clergyman, as well as a noted abolitionist.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Weiss)

  • John Caughie

    John Caughie is a British academic, specialising in film and television studies. Professor of Film and Television Studies at the University of Glasgow, his books include Theories of Authorship, A Companion to British and Irish Cinema and Television Drama: Realism, Modernism, and British Culture.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Caughie)

  • John Franklin Bardin

    John Franklin Bardin (November 30, 1916 – July 9, 1981) was an American crime writer, best known for three novels he wrote between 1946 and 1948.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Franklin Bardin)

  • John Charles Van Dyke

    John Charles Van Dyke (1856–1932) was an American art historian and critic. He was born at New Brunswick, New Jersey, studied at Columbia, and for many years in Europe.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Charles Van Dyke)

  • John Steffler

    John Steffler (born November 13, 1947) is a Canadian poet and novelist.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Steffler)

  • John Davies (historian)

    John Davies (born 1938) is a Welsh historian, and a television and radio broadcaster.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Davies (historian))

  • John Rae (biographer)

    John Rae (1845 – 1915) was a Scottish journalist and biographer. The long-time editor of The Contemporary Review, and contributor to The British Quarterly Review, he became famous for his 1895 biography of Adam Smith, Life of Adam Smith, which replaced the Biographical Memoir of Adam Smith of 1811, by Dugald Stewart, as the standard Smith reference.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Rae (biographer))

  • John Minsheu

    John Minsheu (or Minshew) (1560 - 1627) was an English linguist and lexicographer. He was born and died in London.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Minsheu)

  • John Edward Walsh

    John Edward Walsh (12 November 1816 – 20 October 1869) was an Irish Conservative Party Member of Parliament (MP) in the Parliament of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland and subsequently Master of the Rolls in Ireland.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Edward Walsh)

  • John Ozell

    John Ozell (died 15 October 1743) was an English translator and accountant who became an adversary to Jonathan Swift and Alexander Pope.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Ozell)

  • John B. Nichols

    John Bennett Nichols, III (September 28, 1931-June 17, 2004) was a United States Navy aviator and author.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John B. Nichols)

  • John Brooke-Little

    John Brooke-Little is a Writer... ( from the wikipedia article on John Brooke-Little)

  • John Newland

    John Newland is a Writer... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Newland)

  • John Belluso

    John Belluso (13 November 1969 – 10 February 2006) was an American playwright best known for his works focussing on the lives of disabled people. He also directed a writing program for disabled people..... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Belluso)

  • John Herivel

    John W. Herivel (born 1918) is a British science historian and former World War II codebreaker at Bletchley Park.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Herivel)

  • John Raymond Hubbell

    John Raymond Hubbell (June 1, 1879 - December 13, 1954), also known as Raymond Hubbell, was an American writer, composer and lyricist. Today he is most remembered for the popular song Poor Butterfly.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Raymond Hubbell)

  • John Paxton

    John Paxton (May 21, 1911, Kansas City, Missouri - January 5, 1985, Santa Monica, California) was an American screenwriter.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Paxton)

  • John Bear

    John Bjorn Bear (born John Klempner in 1938) is an American authority on distance education and a writer of creative reference works.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Bear)

  • John Bellamy Foster

    John Bellamy Foster is a Writer... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Bellamy Foster)

  • John George Bartholomew

    John George Bartholomew FRSE (22 March 1860 - 14 April 1920) was a Scottish cartographer and geographer. As a holder of a royal warrant, he used the title "Cartographer to the King"; for this reason he was sometimes known by the epithet "the Prince of Cartography".... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John George Bartholomew)

  • John Fetterman (reporter)

    John Fetterman (1920 – 1975) was a Pulitzer Prize-winning reporter for the Louisville Courier-Journal. He was awarded the 1969 Pulitzer Prize for local, general, or spot-news reporting for his story “PFC Gibson Comes Home.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Fetterman (reporter))

  • John Norton Pomeroy

    John Norton Pomeroy (1828–1885) was an American lawyer and legal writer, born in Rochester, N. Y.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Norton Pomeroy)

  • John Mitchell, Jr. (editor)

    John Mitchell, Jr. (July 11, 1863 to December 3, 1929) was a businessman, politician, and newspaper editor.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Mitchell, Jr. (editor))

  • John D. Harvey

    John D. Harvey is a Writer... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John D. Harvey)

  • John Burnet (classicist)

    John Burnet (9 December 1863 – 26 May 1928) was a Scottish classicist.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Burnet (classicist))

  • John Emms (artist)

    John Emms born Norfolk in 1844 – died 1 November 1912 in Lyndhurst, Hampshire was an English artist. He was also an avid hunter and became famous for equine and canine paintings (particularly foxhounds and terriers) and exhibited several times at the Royal Academy, beginning in 1866.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Emms (artist))

  • John Wood (explorer)

    John Wood (1812 – 14 November 1871) was a Scottish naval officer, surveyor, cartographer and explorer, principally remembered for his exploration of central Asia.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Wood (explorer))

  • Flaxman Charles John Spurrell

    Flaxman Charles John Spurrell (6 September 1842 - 25 February 1915), the archaeologist, geologist and photographer, was born in Mile End, Stepney, London, the eldest son of Dr. Flaxman Spurrell, M.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on Flaxman Charles John Spurrell)

  • John Batchelor (illustrator)

    John Batchelor (illustrator) is a Writer... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Batchelor (illustrator))

  • John Martin (Canadian broadcaster)

    John Martin (1947 – February 24, 2006) was a Canadian broadcaster, credited with "almost single-handedly" creating music television in Canada.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Martin (Canadian broadcaster))

  • John Roemer

    John E. Roemer is an American economist and political scientist.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Roemer)

  • John W. Baldwin

    John W. Baldwin (born July 13, 1929, in Chicago), Charles Homer Haskins professor of history emeritus at the Johns Hopkins University, he received his Hopkins Ph.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John W. Baldwin)

  • John Christian Keener

    John Christian Keener (7 February 1819 – 19 January 1906) was an American Bishop of the Methodist Episcopal Church, South, elected in 1870.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Christian Keener)

  • John Vernon Taylor

    John Vernon Taylor (September 11, 1914 – January 30, 2001) was an English bishop and theologian.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Vernon Taylor)

  • John Gruber

    John Gruber is a Writer... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Gruber)

  • John Livingston (naturalist)

    John Allen Livingston (November 10, 1923- January 17, 2006) was a Canadian naturalist, broadcaster, author, and teacher. He was most known as the voice-over of the Hinterland Who's Who series of television zoological shorts in the 1960s.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Livingston (naturalist))

  • John Rupert Firth

    John Rupert Firth (1890, Keighley, Yorkshire – 1960), commonly known as J. R.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Rupert Firth)

  • John Woodmorappe

    John Woodmorappe (born October 1954) is the pen name of Jan Peczkis, an author who has published several articles and books with the creation science groups Answers in Genesis and the Institute for Creation Research. His main works are Noah's Ark: A Feasibility Study and the The Mythology of Modern Dating Methods.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Woodmorappe)

  • John S. Stamm

    John Samuel Stamm (1878-1956200 years of United Methodism) was an American bishop of the Evangelical Church, elected in 1926.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John S. Stamm)

  • John Spelman

    Sir John Spelman (1594-1643) was an English historian, and is known for his biography of Alfred the Great. His father was English antiquary Sir Henry Spelman, and his brother was Henry Spelman who was a translator and Captain for the Jamestown Colony in Virginia.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Spelman)

  • John Willett

    John Willett (24 June 1917 – 20 August 2002) was a British translator and a scholar who is remembered for translating the work of Bertolt Brecht into English.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Willett)

  • John Habakkuk

    Sir (Hrothgar) John Habakkuk (13 May 1915 – 3 November 2002) was a British economic historian.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Habakkuk)

  • John Stubbs (educator)

    John Stubbs is a Canadian academic. He was president of Trent University and Simon Fraser University.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Stubbs (educator))

  • John Tusa

    Sir John Tusa (born 2 March 1936) is a British arts administrator, and radio and television journalist. From 1980 to 1986 he was a main presenter of BBC 2's 'Newsnight' programme.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Tusa)

  • John Francome

    John Francome MBE (13 December 1952) is a former National Hunt Champion Jockey.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Francome)

  • John E. Hudgens

    John E. Hudgens (born April 6, 1967 in Memphis, Tennessee) is an independent director, producer, and editor noted for his short Star Wars fan films and for many Babylon 5 promotional videos.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John E. Hudgens)

  • John Tauranac

    John Tauranac (born, 1939, New York City) writes on New York history and architecture, he teaches the subject and gives tours of the city, and he designs maps.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Tauranac)

  • John Dalmas

    John Robert Jones (born 1926) writes science Fiction as John Dalmas. He has written many books based on military and governmental themes.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Dalmas)

  • John Schjelderup Giæver

    John Schjelderup Giæver (31 December 1901 – 9 November 1970) was a Norwegian author and polar researcher.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Schjelderup Giæver)

  • John M. Faucette

    John M. Faucette is a Writer... ( from the wikipedia article on John M. Faucette)

  • John Vornholt

    John Blair Vornholt (born 1951) is an American science fiction author known primarily for his media tie-ins, particularly Star Trek novels.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Vornholt)

  • John Arthur Blaikie

    John Arthur Blaikie (born 1849) was an English poet and journalist, born in Paddington, Middlesex.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Arthur Blaikie)

  • John Robert Taylor

    John Robert Taylor is a physics professor emeritus at the University of Colorado, Boulder. He received his B.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Robert Taylor)

  • John Casey (novelist)

    John Casey (born 1939 in Worcester, Massachusetts) is an American novelist and translator.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Casey (novelist))

  • Francis John Blatherwick

    Francis John Blatherwick, CM, OBC, CD, FRCP(C). (born September 11, 1944) was one of Canada's trailblazing leaders in public health and was the longest-serving medical health officer in Canada when he retired in 2007.... (extract from the wikipedia article on Francis John Blatherwick)

  • John Angelo Jackson

    John Angelo Jackson (March 21, 1921 – July 2, 2005) was an English mountaineer, explorer and educationalist.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Angelo Jackson)

  • John Rosenberger

    John Francis Rosenberger (born November 30, 1918, in Richmond Hill, Queens – died January 24, 1977), also occasionally credited as John Diehl, was an American comic book artist and painter from after the Second World War until the mid-70s. Educated at the Pratt Institute, he worked primarily in the romance and superhero genres of comics, with forays into many other subjects.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Rosenberger)

  • John Peet (1954-)

    John Peet (born 1954) is a British journalist, who is at present the Europe editor of The Economist newspaper.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Peet (1954-))

  • John Muirhead Macfarlane

    John Muirhead Macfarlane (1855–1943) was a Scottish botanist. He was born and educated in Scotland, where he occupied several different academic positions at the University of Edinburgh before emigrating to the United States to assume a professorial chair at the University of Pennsylvania in 1893.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Muirhead Macfarlane)

  • John Jay Osborn, Jr.

    John Jay Osborn, Jr. is a Writer... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Jay Osborn, Jr.)

  • John Allison (anthroposophist)

    John Allison (b. 1950) is a New Zealand/Australian poet, musician, and anthroposophist.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Allison (anthroposophist))

  • John Blashford-Snell

    Colonel John Nicholas Blashford-Snell OBE (born 22 October 1936) is a former British Army officer, explorer and author.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Blashford-Snell)

  • John Donvan

    John Donvan, a correspondent for ABC News , is one of the most versatile and well-traveled reporters in TV news. A list of his career postings includes: Chief White House Correspondent, Chief Moscow Correspondent, Amman Bureau Chief, Jerusalem Correspondent, London Correspondent, Eastern Europe Correspondent, and, most recently, a regular correspondent for Nightline.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Donvan)

  • John Currie Gunn

    Sir John Currie Gunn CBE, FRSE (September 13, 1916 - July 26, 2002) was an influential Scottish scientist.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Currie Gunn)

  • John Papworth

    John Papworth (Born London, England, 1921)... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Papworth)

  • John Bradford

    John Bradford (1510 - 1555) was a prebendary of St. Paul's.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Bradford)

  • John Kampfner

    John Paul Kampfner (born 27 December 1962) is a British journalist who was editor of the weekly political magazine the New Statesman between 2005 and 2008. During that time he took the magazine's circulation to a 30-year high, winning a string of awards including Current Affairs Editor of the Year in 2006.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Kampfner)

  • John Bester

    John Bester (born 1927), born and educated in England, is one of the foremost translators of modern Japanese fiction. He is a graduate of the University of London's School of Oriental and African Studies.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Bester)

  • John Morressy

    John Morressy (December 8, 1930 - March 20, 2006, Sullivan, New Hampshire) was a science fiction and fantasy writer and a professor of English at Franklin Pierce College.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Morressy)

  • John Micklethwait

    John Micklethwait (born 1962, London, England) is the editor-in-chief of The Economist.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Micklethwait)

  • John Heaton-Armstrong

    Sir John Dunamace Heaton-Armstrong, MVO (1888 – 1967) was a long-serving English officer of arms at the College of Arms in London.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Heaton-Armstrong)

  • John Edward Robinson (Methodist bishop)

    John Edward Robinson (12 February 1849-16 February 1922) was a Missionary Bishop of the Methodist Episcopal Church, elected in 1904.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Edward Robinson (Methodist bishop))

  • John Adams (poet)

    John Adams (1704 – January 1740) was an American poet.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Adams (poet))

  • John Livzey Ridgway

    John Livzey Ridgway is a Writer... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Livzey Ridgway)

  • John Rankin (politician)

    John (Jon) Rankin (1 February 1890 – 8 October 1973) was a Scottish Labour Co-operative politician.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Rankin (politician))

  • John Aglionby

    John Aglionby (died ca. 1610) was an eminent divine, of an ancient family whose name was De Aguilon, corrupted into Aglionby.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Aglionby)

  • John Thomson (photographer)

    John Thomson (photographer) is a Writer... ( from the wikipedia article on John Thomson (photographer))

  • John Walker (officer of arms)

    John Riddell Bromhead Walker, CVO, MC (21 June 1913 – 9 September 1984) was a soldier and long-serving English officer of arms at the College of Arms in London.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Walker (officer of arms))

  • John Bertram Phillips

    John Bertram Phillips (16 September 1906 – 21 July 1982) was a Bible translator, writer and clergyman, often referred to as just J. B.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Bertram Phillips)

  • John Ellis (guitarist)

    John Ellis (born 1 June 1952,Strong, Martin C. (2003) The Great Indie Discography, Canongate, ISBN 1 84195 335 0, p.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Ellis (guitarist))

  • John Alexander (minister)

    John Alexander (1736 – 29 December 1765) was a British nonconformist minister and writer.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Alexander (minister))

  • John Weston (diplomat)

    John Weston (diplomat) is a Writer... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Weston (diplomat))

  • John Wesley Hardt

    John Wesley Hardt (born 14 July 1921) is a retired American Bishop of the United Methodist Church, elected in 1980. He also distinguished himself as a Preacher and a Pastor of Methodist Churches, as a District Superintendent, and as an author and biographer.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Wesley Hardt)

  • John Minihan (photographer)

    John Minihan is an Irish photographer, born in Dublin in 1946 and raised in Athy, County Kildare. At the age of 12 he was brought to live in London, and went on to become an apprentice photographer with the Daily Mail.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Minihan (photographer))

  • John MacKenna

    John MacKenna (born 1952) is an Irish playwright and novelist.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John MacKenna)

  • John de Courcy Ireland

    John de Courcy Ireland is a Writer... (extract from the wikipedia article on John de Courcy Ireland)

  • John Oliver Hobbes

    Pearl Mary Teresa Craigie (November 3, 1867 - August 13, 1906) was an Anglo-American novelist and dramatist who wrote under the pen-name of John Oliver Hobbes.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Oliver Hobbes)

  • John Hughes (writer)

    John Hughes (born 1961) is a Sydney-based Australian writer and teacher. His first book of autobiographical essays, The Idea Of Home, published by Giramondo in 2004, was widely acclaimed and won both the New South Wales Premier's Literary Awards for Non-Fiction (2005) and the National Biography Award (2006).... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Hughes (writer))

  • John G. Fuller

    John Grant Fuller, Jr. (1913 - 1990) was a New England-based American author of several non-fiction books and newspaper articles, mainly focusing on the theme of extra-terrestrials and the supernatural.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John G. Fuller)

  • John S. Conway

    John S. Conway (born 1929) is Professor Emeritus of History at the University of British Columbia.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John S. Conway)

  • John North (Christian author and speaker)

    John North (born 1961) is a Christian author and speaker based in Sydney, Australia.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John North (Christian author and speaker))

  • John E. Sanders

    John E. Sanders is an American evangelical Christian theologian.... ( from the wikipedia article on John E. Sanders)

  • John Rugoiyo Gichuki

    John Rugoiyo Gichuki is a teacher and columnist in Kenya. He won the BBC's African Playwriting competition for 2006 with his play Eternal, Forever, and the BBC's African Performance playwriting competition in 2004 with his play A Time for Cleansing, a play about incest and refugees in Rwanda.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Rugoiyo Gichuki)

  • John Meaney

    John Meaney (b. 1957, London) is a British science fiction author.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Meaney)

  • John Rohr

    John A. Rohr (born 1934) is professor at the Center for Public Administration and Policy at Virginia Tech.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Rohr)

  • John Bibee

    John Bibee is an American author. He is the author of eight books in the Spirit Flyer Series, as well as eight mystery books in the Home School Detectives Series.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Bibee)

  • John Talbot (Reformer)

    John Talbot (September 21, 1797 – September 22, 1874) was a schoolmaster, journalist, and merchant.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Talbot (Reformer))

  • Daniel Bennett St. John Roosa

    Daniel Bennett St. John Roosa (1838–1908) was an American physician, born in Bethel, New York.... ( from the wikipedia article on Daniel Bennett St. John Roosa)

  • John Prebble

    John Edward Curtis Prebble, FRSL, OBE (23 June 1915 - 30 January 2001) was an English/Canadian journalist, novelist, documentarian and historian. He is best known for his studies of Scottish history.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Prebble)

  • John F. Kieran

    John Francis Kieran (August 2, 1892—December 9, 1981) was an American author, journalist, amateur naturalist and radio and television personality.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John F. Kieran)

  • John Clayton (town clerk)

    John Clayton (10 June 1792 – 14 July 1890) was an antiquarian and town clerk of Newcastle upon Tyne, England during the nineteenth century. He worked with the builder Richard Grainger and architect John Dobson to redevelop the centre of the city in a neoclassical style, and Clayton Street in Newcastle is named after him.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Clayton (town clerk))

  • John Rewald

    John Rewald (May 12, 1912 – February 2, 1994) was a German-born American art historian, scholar of Impressionism, Post-Impressionism, Cézanne, Renoir, Pissarro, Seurat, and other French painters of the late 19th century. He is recognized as a foremost authority on late 19th-century art.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Rewald)

  • John Palmer (director)

    John Palmer (born 1943 in Ottawa, Ontario) is a Canadian theatre and film director and playwright.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Palmer (director))

  • John Lord

    John Lord, (1810–1894) was an American historian and lecturer.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Lord)

  • John Luther Long

    John Luther Long, 1861–, was an American lawyer and writer best known for his short story "Madame Butterfly" based on the recollections of his sister, Jennie Correll, who had been to Japan with her husband, a Methodist missionary. The story of the relationship between an American naval officer and a Nagasaki geisha (1898) and other short stories were published in Century Magazine.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Luther Long)

  • John Strausbaugh

    John Strausbaugh (born in Baltimore in 1951) is an American author, cultural commentator, and host of the New York Times "Weekend Explorer" video podcast series on New York City.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Strausbaugh)

  • John Irwin Hutchinson

    John Irwin Hutchinson (1867–1935) was an American mathematician born in Bangor, Maine He was educated at Bates College, (A.B.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Irwin Hutchinson)

  • John Ormsby

    John Ormsby (1829-1895) was a nineteenth-century British translator. He is most famous for his 1885 English translation of Miguel de Cervantes' Don Quixote de la Mancha, perhaps the most scholarly and accurate English translation of the novel up to that time.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Ormsby)

  • John Ormond

    John Ormond (1923 - 1990), was a Welsh poet and filmmaker.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Ormond)

  • John Stapleton

    John Stapleton is a Writer... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Stapleton)

  • John Warner (writer)

    John Warner (born 1970) is an American writer and editor. He is the author of three books and the editor of McSweeney's Internet Tendency.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Warner (writer))

  • John Grant (novelist)

    John Grant (born 1933 in Bolton, Lancashire) is an English crime writer, who writes under the pen name Jonathan Gash. He is the author of the Lovejoy series of novels.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Grant (novelist))

  • Rebecca John

    Rebecca John (born 15 April 1970, Vale of Glamorgan) is a presenter and reporter for Wales Today, BBC Wales on British television.... ( from the wikipedia article on Rebecca John)

  • John Laffin

    John Laffin (21 September 1922 - 2000) was an Australian military historian. Laffin was born in Mosman, Sydney.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Laffin)

  • John Edgar Colwell Hearne

    John Edgar Colwell Hearne (February 4, 1926, Montreal, Canada, December 12, 1994, Stony Hill, Jamaica) was a white Jamaican novelist, journalist, and teacher.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Edgar Colwell Hearne)

  • Edward John Bevan

    Edward John Bevan (December 11, 1856 – October 17, 1921) was an English chemist. He became a leader in the affairs of the Society of Public Analysts and editor of The Analyst.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on Edward John Bevan)

  • John Kingsmill

    John Kingsmill is an Australian author, one time actor and public speaker, and amateur social historian. He was born in Sydney in 1920 and educated at Sydney Boys High School.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Kingsmill)

  • John Mackay Wilson

    John Mackay Wilson (1804-1835) was an Scottish writer famous for the six volume Tales of The Borders. He was born in Tweedmouth, on the border between Scotland and England.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Mackay Wilson)

  • John Martin Crawford (scholar)

    John Martin Crawford (scholar) is a Writer... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Martin Crawford (scholar))

  • Young John Allen

    Young John Allen (January 3, 1836 - May 30, 1907) was an American Methodist missionary in late Qing Dynasty China with the American Southern Methodist Episcopal Mission. He is best known in China by his local name Lin Yuezhi (林乐知).... (abstract from the wikipedia article on Young John Allen)

  • John O'Leary (journalist)

    John O'Leary is a British journalist, formerly editor of the Times Higher Education Supplement and previously Education Editor of The Times. He is also the author of the 2005 Times Good University Guide At Sheffield University he was both President of the students union and editor of the university newspaper 'Darts' now known as the Steel.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John O'Leary (journalist))

  • John Jay Knox

    John Jay Knox is a Writer... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Jay Knox)

  • John Frayn Turner

    John Frayn Turner is a British author specializing in military history.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Frayn Turner)

  • John Campbell (author)

    John Campbell (1708–1775)"Campbell, John", 1911 encyclopedia was a Scottish author. He contributed to George Sale's Universal History, and wrote a Political Survey of Britain (1744).... ( from the wikipedia article on John Campbell (author))

  • John Swinton

    John Swinton (1703–1777)"John Swinton", The Clergy Database was a British writer, Fellow of the Royal Society,List of Fellows of the Royal Society, 1660 – 2007, K - Z Church of England clergyman and orientalist.Oxford DNBThe Dictionary of Biographical Reference In 1731 he was a fellow of Wadham College, Oxford, but migrated to Christ Church in 1745.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Swinton)

  • John Louis Nuelsen

    John Louis Nuelsen (1867-1946) was a German-American Bishop of the Methodist Episcopal Church and The Methodist Church, elected in 1908. He also distinguished himself as a Methodist Pastor, as a college and seminary professor and theologian, and as an author and editor.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Louis Nuelsen)

  • John Holmes Prentiss

    John Holmes Prentiss (April 17, 1784 - June 26, 1861) was a United States Representative from New York. Born in Worcester, Massachusetts, he attended local and private schools.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Holmes Prentiss)

  • John Brown Russwurm

    John Brown Russwurm is a Writer... ( from the wikipedia article on John Brown Russwurm)

  • John R. Hubbard

    John Randolph Hubbard (born in Belton, Texas) was the eighth president of the University of Southern California between 1970 and 1980. He succeeded Norman Topping and was succeeded by James Zumberge.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John R. Hubbard)

  • John R. Hetling

    John R. Hetling is an Associate Professor at the University of Illinois at Chicago in the departments of Bioengineering and Ophthalmology and Visual Sciences [http://www.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John R. Hetling)

  • Pete St. John

    Pete St. John is an Irish folk singer-songwriter, most notable for composing Fields of Athenry.... ( from the wikipedia article on Pete St. John)

  • John Clarke (poet)

    John "Jack" Clarke (1933–1992) was an American poet.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Clarke (poet))

  • John Schaar

    John H(omer) Schaar (born July 7, 1928) is a scholar and political theorist. He is a Professor Emeritus at the University of California, Santa Cruz and teaches at least one course per year.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Schaar)

  • John O'Donovan (scholar)

    John O'Donovan (, 25 July 1806 – 10 December 1861), from Atateemore, in the parish of Kilcolumb, County Kilkenny, and educated at Hunt's Academy, Waterford, is recognised as one of Ireland's greatest Irish scholars and first historic topographer.Autobiographical article in Transactions of the Kilkenny Archaeological Society, 1851, p.... ( from the wikipedia article on John O'Donovan (scholar))

  • John Herbert (playwright)

    John Herbert (13 October 1926 - 22 June 2001) was a Canadian playwright. Best known for Fortune and Men's Eyes, he wrote 24 plays, six of which were published.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Herbert (playwright))

  • John Reynolds Gardiner

    John Reynolds Gardiner (December 6, 1944 – March 4, 2006) was an American author and engineer. Born in Los Angeles, California, he earned his master's degree from UCLA.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Reynolds Gardiner)

  • Carol E. St John

    Carol Egmont Delamater St. John (born April 20, 1940) is an American artist, author and playwright and teacher.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on Carol E. St John)

  • John Mahaffey

    John Mahaffey is a Writer... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Mahaffey)

  • John Hartley (poet)

    John Hartley (1839-1915) was an English poet who worked in the Yorkshire dialect. He wrote a great deal of prose and poetry – often of a sentimental nature – dealing with the poverty of the district.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Hartley (poet))

  • John M. Feehan

    John M. Feehan (1916 – 1991) was an Irish author and publisher.... ( from the wikipedia article on John M. Feehan)

  • John Nugent (U.S. government agent)

    John Nugent (1821–March 29, 1880), came to the U.S.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Nugent (U.S. government agent))

  • John Tomlinson (comics)

    John Tomlinson is a British comic book writer known for his work on various 2000 AD strips.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Tomlinson (comics))

  • John Warburton (officer of arms)

    John Warburton (1682–1759) was Somerset Herald of Arms in Ordinary at the College of Arms in the early 18th century. Warburton was a collector of old drama manuscripts, who is perhaps most notable because of his carelessness.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Warburton (officer of arms))

  • John Filson

    John Filson (c. 1753-1788) was an American author, historian of Kentucky, pioneer, surveyor and one of the founders of Cincinnati, Ohio.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Filson)

  • John Horgan (American journalist)

    John Horgan is an American science journalist best known for his 1996 book The End of Science. He has written for many publications, including Scientific American, The New York Times, Time, Newsweek, and IEEE Spectrum.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Horgan (American journalist))

  • John Vincent (historian)

    John Russell Vincent (born 20 December, 1937) is a British historian and a former Fellow of Peterhouse, Cambridge. He was Professor of Modern History, and later History, at the University of Bristol from 1970 until his retirement when he became Visiting Professor at the University of East Anglia.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Vincent (historian))

  • John Lawrence Smith

    John Lawrence Smith is a Writer... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Lawrence Smith)

  • John Colapinto

    John Colapinto (Toronto 1958) is an award-winning journalist, author and novelist and is currently a staff writer at The New Yorker.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Colapinto)

  • John Kukuzelis

    Saint John Kukuzelis or Kukuzel (, Ioannis Koukouzelis; , Yoan Kukuzel) (c. 1280 – 1360) was a medieval Orthodox Christian composer, singer and reformer of Eastern Orthodox church music.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Kukuzelis)

  • John Malcolm Brinnin

    John Malcolm Brinnin (September 13, 1916 — June 25, 1998) was an American poet and literary critic. Brinnin was born in Halifax Nova Scotia to two United States citizens.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Malcolm Brinnin)

  • John Higgins (comics)

    John Higgins (born 1949) is an English comic book artist and writer. He did significant work for 2000 AD, and he has frequently worked with writer Alan Moore, most notably as colourist for Watchmen.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Higgins (comics))

  • John Peter Lesley

    (John) Peter Lesley (17 September 1819-1 June 1903) was an American geologist, born in Philadelphia. It is recorded by Sir Archibald Geikie that he was christened Peter after his father and grandfather, and at first wrote his name Peter Lesley, Jr.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Peter Lesley)

  • John Newman Edwards

    Major John Newman Edwards, CSA, (January 4, 1839 – May 4, 1889) was famed General Joseph O. Shelby’s adjutant during the American Civil War, an author, a journalist and the founder of the Kansas City Times.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Newman Edwards)

  • John Allison (artist)

    John Allison (born 1976) is the writer and artist of the webcomics Bobbins, Scary Go Round, and Bad Machinery. He began Bobbins in 1998, the long-form Scary Go Round in 2002 and started Bad Machinery in 2009.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Allison (artist))

  • John Simpson (lexicographer)

    John Simpson (lexicographer) is a Writer... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Simpson (lexicographer))

  • John Charmley

    John Charmley (born 1955) is a British diplomatic historian and a professor of modern history at the University of East Anglia, where he is head of the School of History. Charmley's historical work has proved to be controversial, most notably his works on Churchill.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Charmley)

  • John Barnes (broadcaster)

    John Barnes (born around 1960) is a Scottish sports journalist for BBC Scotland, regularly reporting for TV's Sportscene and is currently the second commentator on BBC Radio Scotland's Sportsound.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Barnes (broadcaster))

  • John D'Emilio

    John D'Emilio is a Writer... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John D'Emilio)

  • John Mueller

    John E. Mueller (born 1937, Saint Paul, Minnesota) is a political scientist in the field of international relations as well as a scholar of the history of dance.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Mueller)

  • John Suchet

    John Suchet is a Writer... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Suchet)

  • John Jacobs (English golfer)

    John Jacobs (English golfer) is a Writer... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Jacobs (English golfer))

  • John Longenecker

    John Longenecker (born 1947) is an American film producer, Directors Guild of America member, screenwriter and cinematographer who won an Academy Award for producing the live action short film, The Resurrection of Broncho Billy (1970).... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Longenecker)

  • John Willis Menard

    John Willis Menard (April 3, 1838 – October 8, 1893) was the first African American elected to the United States Congress.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Willis Menard)

  • John Alvin

    John Henry Alvin (November 24 1948 – February 6 2008) was an award-winning cinematic artist and painter who illustrated some of the world's most recognizable movie posters. Alvin created movie posters, which are also known as key art, for over 135 films over the course of his career, beginning with the poster for Mel Brooks' Blazing Saddles in 1974.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Alvin)

  • John C. Maxwell

    John C. Maxwell is a Writer... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John C. Maxwell)

  • John Breen

    John Breen is a playwright from Limerick, Ireland. He is famous for his play Alone it Stands which tells the tale of Munster Rugby Team's legendary victory over New Zealand's mighty All Blacks in Thomond Park, Limerick in 1978.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Breen)

  • John Wheatcroft

    John Wheatcroft (born in 1925), informally known as Jack Wheatcroft, is an American writer and former teacher.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Wheatcroft)

  • John Marshall (cartoonist)

    John Marshall (b. November 14, 1955) is an American cartoonist, best known as the artist of the Blondie comic strip since 2005.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Marshall (cartoonist))

  • John Witherow

    John Witherow is a journalist, who is the editor of the Sunday Times.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Witherow)

  • John Marshall (meteorologist)

    John Marshall is the weekend evening meteorologist for WNBC. He joined WNBC in July 1998 from WYOU where he worked as a meteorologist for two years.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Marshall (meteorologist))

  • John Moriarty (writer)

    John Moriarty (2 February 1938 – 1 June 2007) was an Irish writer and philosopher.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Moriarty (writer))

  • John Cor

    John Cor is the name of the friar who recorded the first known written reference to a batch of Scotch Whisky on June 1, 1494.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Cor)

  • John Thoday

    John Marion Thoday FRS (30 August 1916 - 25 August 2008) was a British geneticist. He was the son of the botanist David Thoday.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Thoday)

  • John Fincham

    John Robert Stanley Fincham FRS FRSE (11 August 1926 – 9 February 2005) was a noted British geneticist who made important contributions to biochemical genetics and microbial genetics. Perhaps most notably, he obtained the first direct evidence for the "one gene-one enzyme" hypothesis.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Fincham)

  • John Ajvide Lindqvist

    John Ajvide Lindqvist is a Writer... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Ajvide Lindqvist)

  • John Joseph Mathews

    John Joseph Mathews (c. 1894-1979) was a World War I veteran who became one of the Osage Nation's most important spokespeople and writers.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Joseph Mathews)

  • John Gale (theologian)

    John Gale (1680–1721) was a British Baptist theologian. He was not widely known until the controversy over William Wall's work on infant baptism appeared.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Gale (theologian))

  • John G. Taylor

    John Gerald Taylor, born 1931, gained a PhD from Christ's College, Cambridge (1950-1956). He has had a wide ranging academic career in mathematical physics and artificial intelligence.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John G. Taylor)

  • John Bois

    John Bois (sometimes spelled Boys) (January 3, 1560 -January 14, 1643) was an English scholar, remembered mainly as one of the members of the translating committee for the Authorized Version of the Bible. He should not be confused with John Boys, Dean of Canterbury from 1619 to 1625.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Bois)

  • John Goodlad

    John I. Goodlad is an educational researcher and theorist who has published influential models for renewing schools and teacher education.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Goodlad)

  • John C. Sanford

    John C. Sanford (born 1950) is an American plant geneticist.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John C. Sanford)

  • John Crosby (media critic)

    John Crosby (media critic) is a Writer... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Crosby (media critic))

  • John Helm (sportscaster)

    John Helm (born 1942, in Bradford, Yorkshire, England) is a British sports commentator with over 25 years of network television experience, mainly with ITV. Now he is the voice of international broadcasts of the FIFA World Cup and other events.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Helm (sportscaster))

  • John Atkins (writer)

    John Alfred Atkins (26 May, 1916 – 31 March, 2009) was a prolific British writer, playwright, poet and novelist.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Atkins (writer))

  • John Drury

    John Drury is a Writer... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Drury)

  • John M. Rosenfield

    John Max Rosenfield (born October 9, 1924) is an American art historian, with a specialization in Japanese art.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John M. Rosenfield)

  • John Bretland Farmer

    Sir John Bretland Farmer (5 April 1865 – 26 January 1944) was a British botanist, born at Atherstone and educated at Magdalen College, Oxford. He was fellow of Magdalen in 1889–1897, demonstrator of botany in 1887–1892, and assistant professor of biology in 1892–1895 at Oxford, and then became professor of botany in the (London) Imperial College of Science and Technology.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Bretland Farmer)

  • John Mateer

    John Mateer (born 1971) is a South African-born Australian poet and author.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Mateer)

  • John Decker

    John Decker (b. Leopold von der Decken, 1895 in Germany – June 8, 1947 in Hollywood) was a notable painter, set designer and caricaturist in Hollywood during the 1930s and 1940's.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Decker)

  • John M. Oesterreicher

    Monsignor John Maria Oesterreicher, born Johannes Oesterreicher (February 2, 1904 – April 18, 1993) was a Roman Catholic theologian and a leading advocate of Jewish-Catholic reconciliation. He was one of the architects of Nostra Aetate or "In Our Age," which was issued by the Second Vatican Council in 1965 and which repudiated antisemitism.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John M. Oesterreicher)

  • John W. Powell

    John William Powell (July 3, 1919—December 15, 2008) was a journalist and small business proprietor who was most well known for being tried for sedition after publishing an article in 1952 that reported on allegations made by Mainland Chinese officials that the United States and Japan were supposedly carrying out germ warfare in Korea and in Red China. This news was reported in Shanghai in an English language journal, the "China Monthly Review", published by Powell.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John W. Powell)

  • John David Gravenor

    John David Gravenor is a Montreal print journalist, editor and author who writes an education column for the Montreal Gazette, edits books for Reader's Digest Books and Home Entertainment (Canada) and co-authored with his journalist-brother Kristian Gravenor the acclaimed, best-selling city guide, Montreal: The Unknown City (2003). He is also a broadcaster, having produced and presented a weekly on-air radio column for Canada's public broadcaster, the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation, and produced three years of non-commercial interview, documentary and news-magazine public-access television programming for Rogers Cable (Vancouver) and CF Cable (Montreal).... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John David Gravenor)

  • John Agard

    John Agard (born 21 June 1949) is a playwright, poet and children's writer from Guyana, who moved to the United Kingdom in 1977. He moved to New Road in Ironbridge, Shropshire.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Agard)

  • John Bertram Oakes

    John Bertram Oakes (April 23, 1913–April 5, 2001) was an iconoclastic and influential U.S.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Bertram Oakes)

  • John Ruggie

    John Gerard Ruggie (born October 18, 1944) is the Berthold Beitz Professor in Human Rights and International Affairs at Harvard's Kennedy School of Government and Affiliated Professor in International Legal Studies at Harvard Law School. Since 2005, Ruggie has served as the United Nations Special Representative of the Secretary General on human rights and transnational corporations and other business enterprises.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Ruggie)

  • John Clum

    John Philip Clum (September 1, 1851 - May 2, 1932) was an Indian agent for the San Carlos Apache reservation in the Arizona Territory who was given a nickname by his Apache charges, "Nantan Betunnikiyeh" meaning “Boss With The High Forehead”. Clum went bald at an early age thus the sobriquet.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Clum)

  • John Peter Toohey

    John Peter Toohey (c.1880, Binghamton, New York - November 7, 1946, New York, New York) was an American writer and publicist.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Peter Toohey)

  • John David Hennessey

    John David Hennessey (1847 – 1935), author, was born in London and went to Australia in 1875. He lived in Queensland, New South Wales and Victoria.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John David Hennessey)

  • John Callender (psychiatrist)

    John Callender (MB Chb, MD, MRCPsych, FRCPsych) is a Scottish psychiatrist and philosopher born in 1954.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Callender (psychiatrist))

  • John Harwood

    John Harwood (born 1956) is an American journalist who is currently the Chief Washington Correspondent for CNBC and a writer for The New York Times. A 1978 magna cum laude graduate of Duke University, Harwood has also served as a Nieman Fellow at Harvard University.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Harwood)

  • John Alexander Porteous

    John Alexander Porteous (b. July 22, 1932 in Saint John, New Brunswick – d.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Alexander Porteous)

  • John Carter (musician)

    For the jazz clarinet player John Carter, see John Carter (jazz musician).... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Carter (musician))

  • John French (physician)

    John French (1616–1657) was an English doctor known for his contributions to chemistry and in particular to distillation.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John French (physician))

  • John Burnside

    John Burnside (born 19 March 1955) is a Scottish writer, born in Dunfermline.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Burnside)

  • John W. Cunningham

    John W. Cunningham (July 28, 1915 – June 4, 2002) was an American author who composed a number of Western novels and stories.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John W. Cunningham)

  • John Nyren

    John Nyren (born 15 December 1764 at Hambledon, Hampshire; died 30 June, 1837 at Bromley-by-Bow, London) was an English cricketer and author.CricketArchive – includes confirmation of Nyren's birth and death details... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Nyren)

  • John M. Caie

    John Morrison Caie (Unknown, 1879 - December 22, 1949) was born and raised in Fochabers. He was the son of the minister of Enzie parish church, in Banffshire.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John M. Caie)

  • John Pierson (journalist)

    John Pierson is an American journalist.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Pierson (journalist))

  • John F. Osborne

    John F. Osborne (15 March 1907–May 3, 1981) was an American journalist.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John F. Osborne)

  • John Karefa-Smart

    Dr. John Albert Musselman Karefa-Smart (born 1915 in Rotifunk, Moyamba District) is a Sierra Leonean politician and leader of the United National People's Party.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Karefa-Smart)

  • John O'Donnell

    John O'Donnell (born 1962) is a long-standing member of the Australian music industry. Starting as a freelance writer, he eventually became the music editor of Rolling Stone Australia before leaving to co-found and edit Juice Magazine.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John O'Donnell)

  • John "Pondoro" Taylor

    John Howard "Pondoro" Taylor (1904 - 1969) was a big-game hunter of Irish descent. Born in Dublin as the son of a surgeon he developed an urge to go to Africa and become a professional hunter.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John "Pondoro" Taylor)

  • John Blackman

    John Blackman born 14 July 1947 in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia is an Australian radio and television presenter. He is best known for his voiceover work on the comedy show Hey Hey It's Saturday over 28 years from 1971 to 1999.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Blackman)

  • John Sheridan Hogan

    John Sheridan Hogan (ca 1815 – December 1, 1859) was a journalist, lawyer and political figure in Canada West.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Sheridan Hogan)

  • John Thorne

    John Thorne is a culinary writer born in Quincy, Massachusetts who has written a number of best-selling books on gastronomy. A graduate of Amherst College, he began to teach himself to cook frugally while living briefly in New York City's Lower East Side where he sought to become a writer of some sort as a very young man during the 1960s.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Thorne)

  • John H. Dietrich

    John Hassler Dietrich (1878-1957) was a Unitarian minister, born at Chambersburg, Pa., who advocated Religious Humanism.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John H. Dietrich)

  • John A. Williams

    John A. Williams is a Writer... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John A. Williams)

  • John Brosnan

    John Brosnan is a Writer... ( from the wikipedia article on John Brosnan)

  • John Henry Kinealy

    John Henry Kinealy (1864 - 1928) was an American mechanical engineer. He was born at Hannibal, Missouri, and was educated in the public schools of St.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Henry Kinealy)

  • John Holland Rose

    John Holland Rose (1855-1942) was an influential English historian who wrote a famous biography of French emperor Napoleon Bonaparte and also wrote a history of Europe, entitled The Development of the European Nations. Rose was the basis for C.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Holland Rose)

  • John Gray (director)

    John Gray (born in Brooklyn, New York) is an American writer, director, producer, who is currently the creator and one of the executive producers of the CBS television series Ghost Whisperer starring Jennifer Love Hewitt. He has also written and directed many high profile movies for television, such as the remake of the 1976 telefilm Helter Skelter, Martin and Lewis, The Hunley, The Day Lincoln Was Shot, several Hallmark Hall of Fame movies, among others.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Gray (director))

  • John MacGillivray

    John MacGillivray (18 December 1821 – 6 June 1867) was a Scottish-naturalist, active in Australia between 1842 and 1867.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John MacGillivray)

  • John M. Veitch

    John M. Veitch (born June 27, 1945 in Lexington, Kentucky) is an American Hall of Fame Thoroughbred horse trainer.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John M. Veitch)

  • John Lang (writer)

    John Lang (19 December 1816 – 20 August 1864) was an Australian lawyer and was Australia's first native born novelist. John Earnshaw, 'Lang, John (1816 - 1864)', Australian Dictionary of Biography, Volume 5, MUP, 1974, pp 58-59.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Lang (writer))

  • John Blake (journalist)

    John Blake (born 6 November 1948) is a British journalist and publisher.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Blake (journalist))

  • John D. Turner

    John D. Turner is a professor of religious studies at the University of Nebraska.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John D. Turner)

  • John Flanagan (author)

    John Flanagan (author) is a Writer... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Flanagan (author))

  • John Horgan (academic)

    Professor John S. Horgan (born 26 October 1940) is the Press Ombudsman in the Republic of Ireland.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Horgan (academic))

  • John Long (climber)

    John Long (born 1953) is an American rock climber and author. A graduate of Upland High School in 1971, a one-time divinity student at Claremont School of Theology and former weightlifter, Long was a founding member of an elite group of Idyllwild climbers in the 1970s known as the "Stonemasters".... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Long (climber))

  • John Bromley (musician)

    John Bromley (born 22 June 1947, Manchester, Lancashire, England) is a songwriter and musician. He wrote songs for Shirley Bassey, Paul Anka, Jackie De Shannon ("Come On Down"), John Farnham, The Ace Kefford Stand ("This World's an Apple").... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Bromley (musician))

  • Beverly St. John

    An elder in the Cumberland Presbyterian Church, Beverly St. John served as that denomination's first female moderator of the General Assembly in 1988.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on Beverly St. John)

  • John Wesley Judd

    John Wesley Judd (18 February 1840 – 3 March 1916) was a British geologist.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Wesley Judd)

  • John Morrill (historian)

    John Morrill (born 1946) is a British historian. He specialises in the political, religious, social and cultural histories of early-modern Britain.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Morrill (historian))

  • John Corbett (writer)

    John Corbett is a writer, musician, radio host, teacher, record producer, concert promoter, and gallery owner based in Chicago. He is best known among musicians and music fans as a champion of free jazz and free improvisation.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Corbett (writer))

  • John Muller

    John Muller is co-anchor of the PIX 11 Morning News that airs weekdays from 6-8am. He is an Emmy Award-winning journalist who worked in Georgia and Florida before returning home to New York City as a reporter at WNBC-TV.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Muller)

  • John Firth (folklorist)

    John Firth (1838-1922) was a Scottish folklorist. He born in the parish of Firth on Mainland, Orkney.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Firth (folklorist))

  • John D. Mackay

    John D. Mackay (1909, Maeback, Papa Westray, Orkney), Orcadian school-teacher, taught on Stronsay and North Ronaldsay before working as headmaster of Sanday School between 1946 to 1970.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John D. Mackay)

  • John Argyropoulos

    John Argyropoulos is a Writer... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Argyropoulos)

  • John Edward Kelley

    John Edward Kelley was a newspaperman and a politician from South Dakota. He was born in Columbia County, Wisconsin, near Portage City, in 1853, where he attended the public schools.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Edward Kelley)

  • John Abbot (poet)

    John Abbot (1587/1588 – c. 1650) was an English Roman Catholic clergyman and poet.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Abbot (poet))

  • John Grote

    John Grote (5 May 1813, Beckenham – 21 August 1866, Trumpington, Cambridgeshire) was an English moral philosopher and Anglican clergyman.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Grote)

  • John Kearsley Mitchell

    John Kearsley Mitchell (1798 – 1858) was an American physician and writer, born in Shepherdstown, Virginia (now West Virginia). He graduated from the Medical College of the University of Pennsylvania in 1819.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Kearsley Mitchell)

  • John Louis Taylor

    John Louis Taylor (1769-1829) was an American jurist and first Chief Justice of the North Carolina Supreme Court.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Louis Taylor)

  • John Ewbank

    John Ewbank (born 6 December 1968 in Eastleigh, Hampshire) is a British-Dutch composer/lyricist/producer.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Ewbank)

  • John Henry Nicholson

    John Henry Nicholson (12 June 1838 - 30 June 1923) was an Australian teacher and writer.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Henry Nicholson)

  • John Roll McLean

    John Roll McLean (17 September 1848 – 9 June 1916) was the owner and publisher of The Washington Post and The Cincinnati Enquirer. McLean was also a one-time partner in the ownership of the Cincinnati Red Stockings baseball team of the American Association and also the Cincinnati Outlaw Reds of the Union Association.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Roll McLean)

  • John Bernard O'Hara

    John Bernard O'Hara (29 October 1862 - 31 March 1927) was an Australian poet and schoolmaster.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Bernard O'Hara)

  • John Bramwell

    John Harold Arnold Bramwellhttp://entertainment.timesonline.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Bramwell)

  • John Carter (author)

    John Waynflete Carter (1905–1975) was an English author, diplomat, bibliographer, book-collector, antiquarian bookseller and Vice-President of the Bibliographical Society of London. After attending Eton College, he studied classics at King's College, Cambridge, where he gained a double first.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Carter (author))

  • John Sawatsky

    Ferdinand John Sawatzky (born 1948) is a Canadian author, journalist and expert on interviewing techniques.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Sawatsky)

  • Clement John Tranter

    Clement John Tranter, CBE, D.Sc (August 16, 1909 – October 27, 1991), aka C.... (extract from the wikipedia article on Clement John Tranter)

  • John Doheny

    Seattle, Washington, United States... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Doheny)

  • John Cooke Bourne

    John Cooke Bourne is a Writer... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Cooke Bourne)

  • John McEnery

    John McEnery is a Writer... ( from the wikipedia article on John McEnery)

  • John Hackett (Australian politician)

    John Hackett (Australian politician) is a Writer... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Hackett (Australian politician))

  • John Corbin

    John Corbin (1870-1959) was an American dramatic critic and author, born in Chicago, educated at Harvard, and an established writer in New York City. From 1897 to 1900 he was an assistant editor of Harper's Magazine, during part of this time acting also as dramatic critic for Harper's Weekly; in 1902 he wrote the dramatic notices of the New York Times and in 1905-07 those of the Sun.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Corbin)

  • John Kennedy (theologian)

    John Kennedy (1813–1900) was a Scottish Congregational minister and author, born at Aberfeldy, Perthshire, and educated at Aberdeen, Edinburgh, and Glasgow universities. He was pastor of a Congregational church in Aberdeen from 1836 to 1846, when he was called to the Stepney Congregational Meeting House in London, a charge he held until his retirement in 1882.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Kennedy (theologian))

  • John Rockwell

    John Rockwell (born 1940 in Washington D.C.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Rockwell)

  • John English (Canadian politician)

    John Richard English, CM, FRSC (born January 26, 1945) is a Canadian academic who has also been very active in Canadian public life.... ( from the wikipedia article on John English (Canadian politician))

  • John Darrell Sherwood

    John Darrell Sherwood is a Writer... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Darrell Sherwood)

  • John Washington Butler

    John Washington Butler (1875 – 1952) was an American farmer and a member of the Tennessee House of Representatives. He is most noted for introducing the Butler Act, which prohibited teaching of evolution in public (i.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Washington Butler)

  • John Terpstra

    John Terpstra (born in Brockville, Ontario) is a Canadian poet and carpenter.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Terpstra)

  • John Gale (journalist)

    John Gale (journalist) is a Writer... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Gale (journalist))

  • John Henry Clarke

    John Henry Clarke MD (1853 – November 24, 1931http://www.homeoint.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Henry Clarke)

  • John Strachey (journalist)

    John St Loe Strachey (9 February 1860 – 1927), was a British journalist and newspaper proprietor.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Strachey (journalist))

  • John Millar Watt

    John Millar Watt (14 October 1895 - 13 December 1975) was a British painter, illustrator and comics artist who created the comic strip.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Millar Watt)

  • John Joseph Woods

    John Woods (1849–1934) was a New Zealand teacher and songwriter. He composed the music for the New Zealand national anthem God Defend New Zealand, winning a prize of 10 guineas in a competition to set Thomas Bracken's words to music.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Joseph Woods)

  • John Wallach

    John Wallach (1943-10 July 2002) was an American journalist, author and editor as well as founder of Seeds of Peace international camp in Maine. He was a 1964 graduate of Middlebury College, where he gave the 1999 commencement address.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Wallach)

  • John Leo

    John Leo (born June 16, 1935) is a writer and a senior fellow at the Manhattan Institute. He edits Minding the Campus, the Institute's web site on America's universities, and is a contributing editor to the City Journal (New York).... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Leo)

  • John Morris (historian)

    John Robert Morris (June 8, 1913 – June 1, 1977) was an English historian who specialised in the study of the institutions of the Roman Empire and the history of Sub-Roman Britain. He is best known for his notorious The Age of Arthur (1973), in which he attempted to reconstruct the history of Britain and Ireland during the so-called "Dark Ages" following the Roman withdrawal, based on scattered archaeological and historical records.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Morris (historian))

  • John S. Biemeret

    John S. Biemeret is a writer and an independent publisher of comic books and graphic novels.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John S. Biemeret)

  • John T. Kenney

    John T. Kenney (1911 – 1972) was an English illustrator who worked on a number of the Railway Series books (also known as the Thomas the Tank Engine stories) by W.... ( from the wikipedia article on John T. Kenney)

  • John R. Crawford

    John Randolph CrawfordSport: Four Other Bridge Masters. Time Magazine.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John R. Crawford)

  • John Morris (geologist)

    John Morris (February 19, 1810 – January 7, 1886) was an English geologist.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Morris (geologist))

  • John Kay (economist)

    John Kay (born 1948, Edinburgh) is a leading British business economist of centrist persuasion.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Kay (economist))

  • John Dighton

    John Dighton (1909 – 1989) was a successful British playwright and screenwriter.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Dighton)

  • John Stevens (scholar)

    John Stevens (born 1947) is a Buddhist priest, teacher of Buddhist studies and aikido teacher.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Stevens (scholar))

  • Brian John

    Dr Brian S. John (born 1940) is the author of the historical-fiction series Angel Mountain Saga.... (extract from the wikipedia article on Brian John)

  • John Paul Nazarius

    John Paul Nazarius (1556–1645) was an Italian Dominican theologian.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Paul Nazarius)

  • John Clapp (artist)

    John Clapp is a visual artist and professor from the San Francisco Bay Area.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Clapp (artist))

  • John Clive

    John Clive is a Writer... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Clive)

  • John Brugman

    John Brugman is a Writer... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Brugman)

  • John Albert Leach

    Dr John Albert Leach (19 March 1870 – 3 October 1929) was an ornithologist, teacher and headmaster in the state of Victoria, Australia.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Albert Leach)

  • John Saltmarsh (historian)

    Dr John Saltmarsh (7 May 1908 – 25 September 1974), was a historian and Fellow of King's College, Cambridge.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Saltmarsh (historian))

  • John J. McGuire

    John Joseph McGuire (August 25, 1917; Altoona, PA – August 1, 1981) was an American author of science fiction.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John J. McGuire)

  • John Harris (author)

    John Harris (born in Camden, South Carolina in 1949) is the author of Numerican Nation: A Self Portrait, in which he chronicles the first thirty years of his life and his views on United States politics from the perspective of the descendants of slavery. He moved to Mount Vernon, New York in 1958.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Harris (author))

  • John F. Callahan

    John F. Callahan is literary executor for Ralph Ellison, and was the editor for his posthumously-released novel Juneteenth.... ( from the wikipedia article on John F. Callahan)

  • John Trumbull (poet)

    John Trumbull (poet) is a Writer... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Trumbull (poet))

  • John Maybury

    John Maybury (born 25 March 1958) is an award-winning British filmmaker. In 2005 he was listed as one of the 100 most influential gay and lesbian people in Britain.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Maybury)

  • John Philipot

    John Philipot (1588 – 22 November 1645) was an officer of arms at the College of Arms in London. Though he successfully attained the position on Somerset Herald of Arms in Ordinary, he is best known for his production of a roll of arms of the Lord Wardens of the Cinque Ports.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Philipot)

  • John Fletcher Moulton, Baron Moulton

    John Fletcher Moulton, Baron Moulton, GBE KCB QC PC FRAS FRS (18 November 1844–9 March 1921) was an English mathematician, barrister and judge.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Fletcher Moulton, Baron Moulton)

  • John Horne

    John Horne is a Writer... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Horne)

  • John Smith Flett

    Sir John Smith Flett KBE FRS (26 June 1869 – 26 January 1947) was a Scottish geologist. He was elected a Fellow of the Royal Society in 1913, received the Bolitho Medal of the Royal Geological Society of Cornwall in 1917,Peter A.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Smith Flett)

  • John Green (author)

    John Green (author) is a Writer... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Green (author))

  • John Woodcock (cricket writer)

    John Charles Woodcock OBE (born 7 August 1926) is an English cricket writer and journalist.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Woodcock (cricket writer))

  • John Moore (British author)

    John Moore (British author) is a Writer... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Moore (British author))

  • John Davy Hayward

    John Davy Hayward (2 February 1905 – 1965) was an English editor, critic, anthologist and bibliophile.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Davy Hayward)

  • John Vause

    John Vause, an Australian journalist, is a Beijing correspondent for CNN International, responsible for coverage of China and the region.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Vause)

  • John Godley, 3rd Baron Kilbracken

    John Raymond Godley, 3rd Baron Kilbracken, DSC (October 17, 1920 – August 14, 2006) was a British-born, later Irish-resident peer, wartime naval pilot, journalist, author and farmer. He was the son of the 2nd Baron Kilbracken; his grandfather, Arthur Godley, 1st Baron Kilbracken, was William Ewart Gladstone's private secretary.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Godley, 3rd Baron Kilbracken)

  • John Corvino

    John Corvino (born 1969) is an American author and professor of philosophy at Wayne State University.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Corvino)

  • John Weier

    John Weier is a Canadian poet born Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada, in 1949. Formerly the President of the League of Canadian Poets, he has published five collections of poetry as well as a number of works of fiction and non-fiction.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Weier)

  • John H. Striebel

    John H. Striebel (September 14, 1891 - May 22, 1962) was an American illustrator and comic strip artist who was best known for the newspaper strip Dixie Dugan, which was syndicated by the McNaught Syndicate from 1929 to 1966.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John H. Striebel)

  • John Smith (Platonist)

    John Smith (born 1618 in Achurch, Northamptonshire – died August 7,Rufus M. Jones, Spiritual Reformers in the 16th and 17th Centuries (1998), p.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Smith (Platonist))

  • John the Deacon (Venetian chronicler)

    John the Deacon (d. after 1008, probably 1018) was a Venetian deacon and religious chronicler.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John the Deacon (Venetian chronicler))

  • John Kells Ingram

    John Kells Ingram (7 July 1823 – 1 May 1907) was an Irish poet, patriot and scholar, as well as an economist and historian of economic thought.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Kells Ingram)

  • Robert John

    Robert John (born Robert John Pedrick, Jr., 1946, Brooklyn, New York) is an American singer-songwriter.... (extract from the wikipedia article on Robert John)

  • John Haase

    Dr. John Haase (August 21, 1923 - August 3, 2006) was a dentist and author, whose most well known novel was adapted into the 1968 Richard Lester film "Petulia", starring George C.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Haase)

  • John Basset (writer)

    John Basset (17 November 1791 – 4 July 1843) was a writer on Cornish mining. He was deeply interested in Cornish mining, mining technology and economics.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Basset (writer))

  • John Burdett

    John Patrick Burdett (born July 24, 1951) is a British crime novelist. He is the bestselling author of Bangkok 8 and its sequels, Bangkok Tattoo, Bangkok Haunts and The Godfather of Kathmandu.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Burdett)

  • John Karr (author)

    John Andrew Karr is an American author and self described programmer analyst.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Karr (author))

  • John Barlow (novelist)

    John Barlow (born 1967) is an English writer. He was born in Gomersal, near Huddersfield in Yorkshire and educated at the University of Cambridge.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Barlow (novelist))

  • John Hamre

    John Hamre is a Writer... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Hamre)

  • Sylvester John Hemleben

    Sylvester John Hemleben was born February 25, 1902, in La Crosse, Wisconsin, a descendant of an ancient German family which emigrated to America to practice medicine and pharmacy in pioneer Wisconsin.... ( from the wikipedia article on Sylvester John Hemleben)

  • John Warner Barber

    John Warner Barber (February 2, 1798 – June 1885) was an American engraver whose books of state, national, and local history featured his vivid illustrations, said"John Warner Barber" page at InfoPlease.com web site, cites "The Columbia Electrionic Encyclopedia, sixth edition, accessed August 23, 2006 to have caught the flavor and appearance of city, town, and countryside scenes in his day.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Warner Barber)

  • Alan John (Jock) Marshall

    Alan John (Jock) Marshall (17 February 1911 - 20 July 1967) was an Australian writer, academic and ornithologist.... (extract from the wikipedia article on Alan John (Jock) Marshall)

  • John Palmer (TV journalist)

    John Spencer Palmer (born September 10, 1935) is a former news correspondent for NBC News. He worked for the network over the course of 40 years, first from 1962 to 1990; and again from 1994 until his retirement in 2002.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Palmer (TV journalist))

  • John Berry (singer)

    John Berry (singer) is a Writer... ( from the wikipedia article on John Berry (singer))

  • John Ehle

    John Ehle is a Writer... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Ehle)

  • John Paddy Carstairs

    John Paddy Carstairs (b. John Keys, 11 May 1910, London - d.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Paddy Carstairs)

  • John O'Grady

    John Patrick O'Grady (9 October 1907 - 14 January 1981) was an Australian writer. His works include the comic novel They're a Weird Mob (1957) and the poem The Integrated Adjective, sometimes known as Tumba-bloody-rumba.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John O'Grady)

  • John Hawkesby

    John Hawkesby (born 1947) is a former news presenter for ONE News and 3 News in New Zealand.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Hawkesby)

  • John Oszajca

    John Oszajca (pronounced OH-ZSA-KUH, as in the French children’s song “Frere Jacques". ) is a singer/songwriter who was born and raised in the tiny town of Waimanalo, Hawaii.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Oszajca)

  • John LeBoutillier

    John LeBoutillier is a Writer... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John LeBoutillier)

  • John J. McNamara (author)

    John Joseph McNamara, Jr. (7 February 1932 – 18 October 1986), banker, athlete, author, won bronze medal for sailing in the 1964 Summer Olympics.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John J. McNamara (author))

  • John Dunning (writer)

    John Dunning (born January 9, 1942) is an American writer of non-fiction and detective fiction. He is known for his reference books on old-time radio and his series of mysteries featuring Denver bookseller and ex-policeman Cliff Janeway.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Dunning (writer))

  • John Walter Gregory

    John Walter Gregory, FRS, (27 January 1864 – 2 June 1932) was a British geologist and explorer, known principally for his work on glacial geology and on the geography and geology of Australia and East Africa.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Walter Gregory)

  • John Rawling

    John Rawling (born Sheffield 1959) has been the main boxing commentator on ITV since boxing returned to the network in September 2005. In 2007, he was named Sports Commentator of the Year by the Royal Television Society for his work in ITV Sport's The Big Fight Live.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Rawling)

  • John Saville

    John Saville (2 April 1916 – 13 June 2009Eric Hobsbawm Obituary: John Saville, The Guardian 16 June 2009) was a Greek-British Marxist historian, long associated with Hull University. He was one of the most influential writers on British Labour History in the second half of the twentieth century.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Saville)

  • John Haywood (historian)

    John Haywood (1762-1826) was an American jurist and historian known as "the father of Tennessee history."... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Haywood (historian))

  • John O'Kane Murray

    John O'Kane Murray (December 12, 1847 – July 30, 1885) was a noted physician and author. He was born in County Antrim, Ireland, in 1847.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John O'Kane Murray)

  • John Lake (journalist)

    John Lake (journalist) is a Writer... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Lake (journalist))

  • John Arthur

    John William Arthur, OBE, MD (born Glasgow, 1881, died Edinburgh, 1952) was a medical missionary and Church of Scotland minister who served in British East Africa (Kenya) from 1907 to 1937. He was known simply as "Doctor Arthur" to generations of Africans.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Arthur)

  • John Hogan (mathematician)

    S. John Hogan is a professor of Applied Mathematics and leader of the "Applied Nonlinear Mathematics Group" in the Department of Engineering Mathematics, University of Bristol.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Hogan (mathematician))

  • John Paul Morrison

    John Paul Morrison (born John Paul Rodker in 1937) is a British-born Canadian computer programmer, and the inventor of flow-based programming (FBP). He is the author of the book Flow-Based Programming: A New Approach to Application DevelopmentJ.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Paul Morrison)

  • John F. Ince

    John F. Ince is an author, business journalist, documentary filmmaker, social entrepreneur, podcaster and nonprofit administrator.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John F. Ince)

  • John Meston

    John Meston (July 30, 1914 – March 24, 1979) was an American radio and television writer best known for creating, along with Norman MacDonnell, the long-running radio and TV series, Gunsmoke. He was born in Pueblo, Colorado.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Meston)

  • John Hanbury Angus Sparrow

    John Sparrow (1906-1992) was an English academic, barrister, book-collector and Warden of All Souls College, Oxford from 1952-77.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Hanbury Angus Sparrow)

  • John Alcorn (artist)

    John Alcorn (February 10, 1935 – January 27, 1992) was an American visual artist.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Alcorn (artist))

  • John Dunn (political theorist)

    John Montfort Dunn (born 9 September 1940) is a emeritus Professor of Political Theory at King's College, Cambridge, and Visiting Professor in the Graduate School of Social Sciences and Humanities at Chiba University, Japan.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Dunn (political theorist))

  • John Gwynne

    Richard John Gwynne (born 1945, England, UK) is a British former teacher and now a sports commentator and reporter.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Gwynne)

  • John Bonett

    John Bonett was the pen name of John Hubert Arthur Coulson (10 August 1906–21 January 1989), an English author, best known for numerous mystery and detective novels written in collaboration with his wife, Emery Bonett.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Bonett)

  • John Hicklenton

    John Hicklenton (aka John Deadstock) is a British comic artist best known for his brutal, visceral work on flagship 2000 AD characters like Judge Dredd (in particular Heavy Metal Dredd) and Nemesis the Warlock during the eighties and nineties.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Hicklenton)

  • John Du Cane

    John Du Cane is an author and manager of the company Dragon Door Publishing. He has written various books, videos and DVDs about Tai Chi and QiGong.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Du Cane)

  • John West (writer)

    The Rev. John West (17 January 1809 – 1 December 1873) emigrated from England to Van Diemen's Land in 1838 as a Colonial missionary, and became pastor of an Independent (Congregational) Chapel in Launceston's St.... ( from the wikipedia article on John West (writer))

  • John Michell (writer)

    John Frederick Carden Michell (9 February 1933 – 24 April 2009)Fortean Times, retrieved 25Apr2009 was an English writer whose key sources of inspiration were Charles Fort and Plato. His 1969 volume The View Over Atlantis has been described as probably the most influential book in the history of the hippy/underground movement and one that had far-reaching effects on the study of strange phenomena: it "put ley lines on the map, re-enchanted the British landscape and made Glastonbury the capital of the New Age.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Michell (writer))

  • John Yau

    John Yau (born 1950) is an American poet and critic who lives in New York City. He received his B.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Yau)

  • John P. Anton

    John P. Anton (; born November 2, 1920) is Distinguished Professor of Greek Philosophy and Culture at the University of South Florida.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John P. Anton)

  • John Ames Mitchell

    John Ames Mitchell is a Writer... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Ames Mitchell)

  • John Hewitt (poet)

    John Harold Hewitt (28 October 1907-22 June 1987), who was born in Belfast, Ireland, was the most significant Irish poet to emerge before the 1960s generation of poets that included Seamus Heaney, Derek Mahon and Michael Longley. He was appointed the first writer-in-residence at Queen's University Belfast in 1976.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Hewitt (poet))

  • John Moe

    John Moe is an American writer and reporter. He was the host of American Public Media radio program Weekend America where he replaced show founder Bill Radke and Radke's co-host Desiree Cooper.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Moe)

  • John Edward Williams

    John Edward Williams (August 29, 1922 Clarksville, Texas - 1994) was a writer best known for his novels Stoner and Augustus.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Edward Williams)

  • John Harrison Minnick

    John Harrison Minnick (1877 – 1966) was an American educator, born at Somerset, Ind., and educated at Indiana, Illinois, Chicago, and other universities.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Harrison Minnick)

  • John Grochowski

    John Grochowski (born c. 1952) is a gambling columnist and author.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Grochowski)

  • John Rowe Townsend

    John Rowe Townsend (born 1922) is a British children's author and academic. His best-known children's novel is The Intruder, which won a 1971 Edgar Award and the best-known academic work is Written for Children: An Outline of English Language Children's LiteratureFantastic Fiction: Written for Children bibliographical information (1965), the definitive work of its time on the subject.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Rowe Townsend)

  • John T. McManus

    John Thomas McManus (1904 – November 1961) was an American journalist and well-known name in progressive politics in the 1950s and 1960s. He cofounded the National Guardian, a left-leaning newspaper.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John T. McManus)

  • John Avery (journalist)

    John Avery is Belizean Public Utilities Commissioner, and was a journalist.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Avery (journalist))

  • John Jay Chapman

    John Jay Chapman (1862–1933) was an American author.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Jay Chapman)

  • John Lee (university principal)

    John Lee (1779 – 1859) was a British academic and polymath and was the principal of the University of Edinburgh from 1840 to 1859. He was also a Moderator of the General Assembly of the Church of Scotland.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Lee (university principal))

  • John Farmer (author)

    John Farmer (author) is a Writer... ( from the wikipedia article on John Farmer (author))

  • John Philip Newman

    John Philip Newman (1 September 1826 – 5 July 1899) was an American Bishop of the Methodist Episcopal Church, elected in 1888.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Philip Newman)

  • John A. Scott

    John Alan Scott (who has published under the names John A. Scott and John Scott) (born 23 April 1948) is an English-Australian poet, novelist and academic.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John A. Scott)

  • J. Allen St. John

    J. Allen St. John is a Writer... (abstract from the wikipedia article on J. Allen St. John)

  • John Bridgewater

    John Bridgewater, known also as Aquapontanus, was an English clerical historian of the Catholic Confessors under Queen Elizabeth I Tudor.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Bridgewater)

  • John Sissons

    John (Jack)Judge of the Far North by Sissons, Jack Howard Sissons (July 14, 1892 - 11 November 1969SISSONS, John Howard) was a barrister, author, judge and a Canadian federal politician.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Sissons)

  • John Lawrence, 2nd Baron Oaksey

    John Geoffrey Tristram Lawrence, 4th Baron Trevethin and 2nd Baron Oaksey (born 21 March 1929) is a British aristocrat, horse racing journalist and television commentator/presenter, and former amateur jockey. He is the son of the noted jurist Geoffrey Lawrence, 1st Baron Oaksey.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Lawrence, 2nd Baron Oaksey)

  • John Callan O'Laughlin

    John Callan O'Laughlin (January 11, 1873 – March 14, 1949) was a journalist and long time publisher of the Army and Navy Journal. He began his career as a journalist writing for the Washington bureau of the New York Herald from 1893 to 1902.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Callan O'Laughlin)

  • John Juliani

    John Juliani (1940, Montreal – August 2003, Vancouver) was a Canadian actor, writer, producer, director and educator. His career spanned four decades in a number of different media, including radio and film.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Juliani)

  • John Biddulph

    Colonel John Biddulph (25 July 1840 – 24 December 1921) was a British soldier, author and naturalist who served in the government of British India.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Biddulph)

  • John Conroy Hutcheson

    John Conroy Hutcheson (1840- 1897) was a British author of novels and short stories about life aboard ships at sea.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Conroy Hutcheson)

  • William John Watkins

    William John Watkins (born 1942 ) is a science fiction writer and poet. His middle-name is commonly written as "Jon.... ( from the wikipedia article on William John Watkins)

  • John Higham (historian)

    John William Higham (26 October 1920 - 26 July 2003) was an American historian, scholar of American culture and specialist on issues of ethnicity.Oliver, Myrna (August 20, 2003).... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Higham (historian))

  • John Brett

    John Brett is a Writer... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Brett)

  • John Wheeley Lea

    John Wheeley Lea (1791–March 23, 1874) was born on a farm and had three brothers and four sisters. He had wanted to be chemist since he was a young child, and his dream came true in 1823 when he partnered with a man named William Henry Perrins.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Wheeley Lea)

  • John Macquarrie

    John Macquarrie FBA TD (27 June 1919 – 28 May 2007) was a Scottish-born theologian and philosopher. Timothy Bradshaw, writing in the Handbook of Anglican Theologians, described Macquarrie as "unquestionably Anglicanism's most distinguished systematic theologian in the second half of the twentieth century.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Macquarrie)

  • John Jones (Myrddin Fardd)

    John Jones (Myrddin Fardd) is a Writer... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Jones (Myrddin Fardd))

  • John Papillon

    John Ashton Papillon (1838 - 1891) was a British photographer and Royal Engineer who was commissioned to accompany and photographically document the Anglo-French military expedition to northern China during the Second Opium War in 1860. Papillon produced images taken from between Canton and the Taku Forts but became ill and was evacuated on 29 September 1860 before completing his mission.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Papillon)

  • John Rickards

    John Rickards (born January 7, 1978 in Barnet, North London, England) is a crime writer who signed with Penguin Books at the age of just 24. Before becoming a novelist, Rickards worked for a freelance journalist in the shipping industry on a succession of magazines and news publications, often in an editorial role.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Rickards)

  • John McCaul

    John McCaul is a Writer... ( from the wikipedia article on John McCaul)

  • John Henry Morgan

    John Henry Morgan is the Karl Mannheim Professor of the History and Philosophy of Social Sciences at the Graduate Theological Foundation where he has also been President since 1982. Since 1998, he has been teaching in the international summer program of Oxford University where he was appointed to the program’s Board of Studies in 1995.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Henry Morgan)

  • John Gowdie

    John Gowdie (1682 – 1762)was a Scottish] academic and [[Church of Scotland minister.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Gowdie)

  • John Harrison Burnett

    Sir John Harrison Burnett (21 January 1922 – 22 July 2007) was the Principal of Edinburgh University from 1979 to 1987.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Harrison Burnett)

  • John Fraser (educator)

    John Fraser was the Principal of Edinburgh University from 1944 to 1948.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Fraser (educator))

  • John James Knight

    John James Knight (7 June 1863 - 24 November 1927)H. J.... ( from the wikipedia article on John James Knight)

  • John Seibel

    John Seibel (born 1970) is an American journalist who formerly worked for ESPN beginning in Fall 2000. Since, he has resurfaced on the afternoon drive program Seibel and Starkey on KDKA-FM in Pittsburgh, Pa.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Seibel)

  • John Writhe

    John Writhe (died 1504) was a long-serving English officer of arms. He was probably the son of William Writhe, who represented the borough of Cricklade in the Parliament of 1450–51, and is most remembered for being the first Garter King of Arms to preside over the College of Arms.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Writhe)

  • John Bytheway

    John Glenn Bytheway (born October 1962) is an American author and academic, who is well known as a comic motivational speaker for youth within The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (LDS Church or Mormon Church).... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Bytheway)

  • John Lee (PFFR)

    John Lee (born ca. 1972) is an American television writer, producer, director, voice actor, and musician.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Lee (PFFR))

  • John Buchanan Robinson

    John Buchanan Robinson (May 23, 1846 – January 28, 1933) was a Republican member of the U.S.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Buchanan Robinson)

  • John of Paris

    John of Paris (in French Jean de Paris), also called Jean Quidort and Johannes de Soardis (c. 1255 – September 22, 1306) was a French philosopher, theologian, and Dominican monk.... ( from the wikipedia article on John of Paris)

  • John of la Rochelle

    John of la Rochelle (Jean de La Rochelle, John of Rupella, Johannes de Rupella) was a French Franciscan theologian (d. 8 February 1245).... (extract from the wikipedia article on John of la Rochelle)

  • John Barlas

    John Evelyn Barlas (1860 – 1914), pseudonym Evelyn Douglas, was an English poet and political activist of the late nineteenth century. He was a member of the decadent movement in literature, as well as a revolutionary socialist in politics.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Barlas)

  • John A. Hostetler

    John A. Hostetler (1918-2001) was an author, educator, and leading scholar of Amish and Hutterite societies.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John A. Hostetler)

  • John Jones (Jac Glan-y-gors)

    John Jones (10 November 1766 – 21 May 1821), better known by his bardic name Jac Glan-y-gors, was a Welsh language satirical poet and radical pamphleteer, born in Cerrigydrudion, Denbighshire, north Wales.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Jones (Jac Glan-y-gors))

  • John Trent

    Dr. John Trent is an award winning author of marriage and family books such as The Blessing.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Trent)

  • John of St. Thomas

    John of St. Thomas, (family name João Poinsot or Johannes Poinsot, since 1980s in American texts also John Poinsot), theologian, born at Lisbon, 9 June 1589; died at Fraga, Spain, 17 June 1644.... ( from the wikipedia article on John of St. Thomas)

  • John the Deacon (Neapolitan historian)

    John the Deacon (d. after 910) was a religious writer and deacon, or head of a diaconate at the church of Saint Januarius in Naples.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John the Deacon (Neapolitan historian))

  • John Frederick Herring, Sr.

    John Frederick Herring, Sr. is a Writer... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Frederick Herring, Sr.)

  • John Monroe Moore

    John Monroe Moore (27 January 1867 – July 30, 1948) was a Bishop of the Methodist Episcopal Church, South, elected in 1918.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Monroe Moore)

  • John Swanwick

    John Swanwick (1740, England - August 1, 1798John Swanwick at the Biographical Directory of the United States Congress has Swanwick's birthdate as 1760, but this is not corroborated by written sources) was a United States Representative from Pennsylvania.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Swanwick)

  • Terence John Marsh

    Terence John Marsh or Terry Marsh (born October 2, 1943) is an award-winning UK-based travel writer and photographer.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on Terence John Marsh)

  • John Plamenatz

    John Petrov Plamenatz (January 15, 1912 – July 37,1975) was a Montenegrin political philosopher, who spent most of his academic life at the University of Oxford. He became a Fellow of All Souls College, and succeeded Isaiah Berlin as Chichele Professor of Social and Political Theory at Oxford.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Plamenatz)

  • John Rao

    John C. Rao is an associate professor of history at St.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Rao)

  • John F. Carr

    John Francis Carr (born 1944) is a science fiction editor and writer. His works include the space opera The Ophidian Conspiracy and several novels (some co-written with Roland J.... ( from the wikipedia article on John F. Carr)

  • John Mercer (scientist)

    John Mercer (scientist) is a Writer... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Mercer (scientist))

  • John Donoghue (writer)

    John Donoghue (born 1964) is a British humourist and travel writer from Wales. He is best known for his 2004 book Shakespeare My Butt!... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Donoghue (writer))

  • John Meier (folklorist)

    John Meier (14 June 1864 – 3 May 1953) was a German folklorist and philologist. He founded both The German Archive of Folk Song (Deutsches Volksliedarchiv, DVA) and also the Swiss Volksliedarchiv.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Meier (folklorist))

  • John Liney

    John J. Liney (1912 – January 29, 1982) was an American cartoonist, most famous for the Henry comic strip.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Liney)

  • John Gould (columnist)

    John Thomas Gould (October 22, 1908 – September 1, 2003) was an American humorist, essayist, and columnist who wrote a column for the Christian Science Monitor for over sixty years from a farm in Lisbon Falls, Maine. He was published in most major American newspapers and magazines and wrote thirty books.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Gould (columnist))

  • John Henningham

    John Henningham is an Australian journalist and journalism educator. He is founder and director of the journalism college Jschool: Journalism Education & Training based in Brisbane, capital of the state of Queensland, Australia.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Henningham)

  • John Glasgow Kerr

    John Glasgow Kerr (1824 – 1901) was a Presbyterian medical missionary to China with the American Presbyterian Mission.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Glasgow Kerr)

  • Griffith John

    Griffith John (14 December 1831 – 25 July 1912) was a Welsh Christian Congregationalist missionary to China and a pioneer evangelist with the London Missionary Society (LMS). He was also a writer and a translator of the Bible into Chinese.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on Griffith John)

  • John Harrison (filmmaker)

    John Harrison is a writer, director, producer and composer.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Harrison (filmmaker))

  • John Kent (cartoonist)

    John Kent (21 June 1937 – 14 April 2003) was an New Zealand cartoonist who is best known as the author of the Varoomshka comic strip in the English newspaper The Guardian during the 1970s.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Kent (cartoonist))

  • John Frush Knox

    John Frush Knox (1907 – 1997) served as secretary and law clerk to United States Supreme Court Justice James Clark McReynolds from 1936 to 1937. He is chiefly known for his memoir of that experience.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Frush Knox)

  • John Celardo

    John Celardo is a Writer... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Celardo)

  • John Carey (journalist)

    John Carey is an Irish sportswriter and columnist for national and international Irish newspapers.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Carey (journalist))

  • John Leslie Hotson

    John Leslie Hotson is a Writer... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Leslie Hotson)

  • John Dufilho

    John Dufilho is an American singer, songwriter and multi-instrumentalist best known as the lead creative talent behind indie rock band The Deathray Davies. He partnered with Davies bassist Jason Garner and released an eponymous CD in 2002 under the name I Love Math.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Dufilho)

  • John Evans (writer)

    John Evans (born 1960)27. John Evans 100 Welsh Heroes is a Welsh singer, artist, filmmaker, and writer.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Evans (writer))

  • John Thomas Blight

    John Thomas Blight FSA (7 October 1835 – 23 January 1911) was an archaeological artist born near Redruth in Cornwall.Smelt, Maurice (2006) 101 Cornish Lives.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Thomas Blight)

  • John E. Thompson

    Prolific artist and cartoonist, John Enrique Thompson (born 1969) began his career with a series of critically acclaimed mini-comics including "Jesus Comix", "The Many Faces of John", "Terrifying All-True Army Tales" and a comic adpatation of Dostoyevski's "Crime and Punishment" where he used existing comic strip characters as characters from the classic novel. In 1996 he began a monthly stip in Bloomington, Indiana's BC Magazine called "Popped Culture Theater" debuting his character "Action Cop!... (extract from the wikipedia article on John E. Thompson)

  • John R. French

    John Robert French (May 28, 1819 - October 2, 1890) was an American Congressional Representative from North Carolina.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John R. French)

  • John Prince (Totnes)

    John Prince (1643–1723) was vicar of Totnes and Berry Pomeroy in Devon, England, and was a biographer of the late seventeenth and early eighteenth centuries. He is notable for his major work, The Worthies of Devon.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Prince (Totnes))

  • John Seigenthaler

    John Seigenthaler is a Writer... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Seigenthaler)

  • John Anstis

    John Anstis is a Writer... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Anstis)

  • John Wilcock

    John Wilcock (b. Sheffield, England, Aug 4, 1927) is a British journalist and one of the five co-founders of the New York Village Voice in October 1955.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Wilcock)

  • John Barrett (diplomat)

    John Barrett (diplomat) is a Writer... ( from the wikipedia article on John Barrett (diplomat))

  • John Britton (antiquary)

    John Britton (1771-1857) was an English antiquary, born on 7 July 1771 at Kington St. Michael, near Chippenham.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Britton (antiquary))

  • Francis John Byrne

    Francis John Byrne (born 1934) is an Irish historian.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on Francis John Byrne)

  • John Cunningham (poet and dramatist)

    John Cunningham (1729, Dublin – 1773, Newcastle upon Tyne), whose parents came from Scotland, was an Irish pastoral poet and dramatist, who gained in his time some popularity. He started to write in the age of twelve, and at the age of 17 he wrote the play Love in a Mist.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Cunningham (poet and dramatist))

  • John Anstis, younger

    John Anstis, younger is a Writer... ( from the wikipedia article on John Anstis, younger)

  • John Letasky

    John Letasky is a Writer... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Letasky)

  • John Herbert White

    John Herbert White (February 22, 1880 - November 18, 1920, London, England)Jeremy Gaige, Chess Personalia, McFarland, 1987, p. 462.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Herbert White)

  • John F. Smith

    John F. Smith is an American soap opera writer and producer.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John F. Smith)

  • John Guillim

    John Guillim is a Writer... ( from the wikipedia article on John Guillim)

  • John Foran (sociologist)

    John Foran (born 1955) is an American sociologist with research interests in social movements, revolutions, and radical social change; Third World cultural studies; and Latin American and Middle Eastern studies. He has a PhD from the University of California, Berkeley and is a professor at the University of California, Santa Barbara.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Foran (sociologist))

  • John Dawson (surgeon)

    John Dawson (1734–1820) was both a mathematician and surgeon. He was born at Raygill in Garsdale, then in the West Riding of Yorkshire, where "Dawson's Rock" celebrates the site of his early thinking about conic sections.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Dawson (surgeon))

  • John Sallis

    John Sallis (born 1938) is an American philosopher. Since 2005, he has been the Frederick J.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Sallis)

  • John Schroeder (golfer)

    John Schroeder (golfer) is a Writer... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Schroeder (golfer))

  • John Sanbourne Bockoven

    John Sanbourne Bockoven was an American medical doctor and psychiatrist, born December 17, 1915, in North Dakota. Dr.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Sanbourne Bockoven)

  • John Baker (legal historian)

    Sir John Hamilton Baker, QC FBA FRHistS FBS is the Downing Professor of the Laws of England (since 1998) at the University of Cambridge and a leading English legal historian.http://www.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Baker (legal historian))

  • John Hawkesworth (producer)

    John Hawkesworth (producer) is a Writer... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Hawkesworth (producer))

  • John Moody (journalist)

    John Moody is Chief Executive Officer of NewsCore, the internal wire service of News Corporation. He was previously Senior Vice President, News Editorial for the Fox News Channel.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Moody (journalist))

  • John Sinclair Morrison

    John (Sinclair) Morrison, or JS Morrison as he was better known as an author, was a British classicist whose work led to the reconstruction of an Athenian Trireme, an ancient oared warship.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Sinclair Morrison)

  • John Behr

    John Behr is a contemporary Eastern Orthodox priest and theologian, and Dean of St. Vladimir's Orthodox Theological Seminary, where he teaches Patristics .... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Behr)

  • John Neville Wheeler

    John Neville "Jack" Wheeler (April 11, 1886-October 13, 1973) was an American newspaperman, publishing executive, magazine editor, and author. He was born in Yonkers, New York, graduated Columbia University (which holds a collection of his papers), was a veteran of World War I serving in France as a field artillery lieutenant, began his newspaper career at the New York Herald, and became managing editor of Liberty.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Neville Wheeler)

  • John J. Miller

    John J. Miller (born 1970) is the national political reporter for National Review and contributor to its Web component, National Review Online.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John J. Miller)

  • John F. Cherry

    John F. Cherry is an Aegean prehistorian and survey archaeologist.... ( from the wikipedia article on John F. Cherry)

  • John Potestio

    John Potestio is a Writer... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Potestio)

  • John Pye-Smith

    John Pye-Smith is a Writer... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Pye-Smith)

  • John Pass

    John Pass (born 1947 in Sheffield, England) is a Canadian poet. He has lived in Canada since 1953, and was educated at the University of British Columbia.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Pass)

  • John Prevas

    John Prevas is a classics professor of Latin and ancient history at Eckerd College.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Prevas)

  • John McGarry

    John McGarry (born 1957) is a political scientist from Northern Ireland. He was born in Belfast and grew up in Ballymena, County Antrim.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John McGarry)

  • John F. Deane

    John F. Deane (born 1943 on Achill Island) is an Irish poet and novelist.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John F. Deane)

  • John Barry Ryan

    John Barry Ryan, sr. (September 7, 1874 – February 9, 1942) was an American author and financier.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Barry Ryan)

  • John Merrow

    John Merrow is a Writer... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Merrow)

  • John Norton (Australian journalist)

    John Norton 25 January 1858 - 9 April 1916), was an English-born Australian journalist, editor and member of the New South Wales Parliament. He was a writer and newspaper editor best known for his Sydney newspaper the Truth.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Norton (Australian journalist))

  • John Norris (reporter)

    John Norris (born 1953) is a reporter who previously worked for MTV as a reporter and special correspondent for MTV News and the MTV Radio Network. He joined MTV as a writer in 1986 and became an on-air alternate for news anchor Kurt Loder in 1988.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Norris (reporter))

  • John Ardoin

    John Ardoin, (January 8, 1935, Alexandria, Louisiana – March 18, 2001, San José, Costa Rica), was best known as the music critic of The Dallas Morning News for thirty-two years and especially for his friendship with and encyclopedic knowledge of the work of the famous opera soprano, Maria Callas, about whom he wrote four books. But his influence stretched much further than Dallas, and he knew many of the most important figures in classical music of the postwar era.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Ardoin)

  • John Henry Haaren

    John Henry Haaren is a Writer... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Henry Haaren)

  • John Hughes Morris

    John Hughes Morris (1870-1953) was born in Penrhosllugwy, Anglesey but moved to Liverpool as a young lad. He only received elementary education at Chatsworth School, Liverpool but he had considerable talent, and when he was 22 years of age he came to work at the office of the Foreign Mission in Falkner Street, near the Philharmonic Hall.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Hughes Morris)

  • John McElroy

    John McElroy (1846–1929) was an American printer, soldier, journalist and author, most known for writing the novel The Red Acorn and the four-volume Andersonville: A Story of Rebel Military Prisons, based upon his lengthy confinement in the Confederate Andersonville prison camp during the American Civil War.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John McElroy)

  • John Mauropous

    John Mauropous (Greek: Ἰωάννης Μαυρόπους (gen.: Μαυρόποδος), "Ioannes Mauropous") was a Byzantine Greek poet, hymnographer and author of letters and orations, living in the 11th century AD.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Mauropous)

  • St. John Lucas

    St. John Lucas (1879–1934) was an English poet known for his anthologies of verse.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on St. John Lucas)

  • John Skipp

    John Skipp is a bestselling author and screenwriter whose eleven books have sold millions of copies and are reprinted in nine languages. His early works (co-written with Craig Spector) were considered seminal to the "splatterpunk" style of modern horror fiction; Skipp split with Spector in 1993 to begin his successful solo career.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Skipp)

  • John Lauder, Lord Fountainhall

    John Lauder, Lord Fountainhall is a Writer... ( from the wikipedia article on John Lauder, Lord Fountainhall)

  • John Bassette

    John Bassette is a Writer... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Bassette)

  • John H. Leith

    John Haddon Leith (September 10, 1919 – August 12, 2002) was an important Presbyterian theologian and ordained minister who was the Pemberton Professor of Theology at Union Theological Seminary in Virginia from 1959 to 1990. He authored at least 18 books and countless essays on Christianity, over the years moving from a moderate to a strongly critical, conservative perspective on the Presbyterian Church (USA).... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John H. Leith)

  • John Deely

    John Deely is a Writer... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Deely)

  • John Berlau

    John Berlau is an American journalist and author, who currently lives in Washington, D.C.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Berlau)

  • John Stigall

    John Stigall (November 4, 1951 - November 12, 2009) was an American poet, Associate Professor of English, and poet-in-residence at Chattanooga State Technical Community College.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Stigall)

  • John White (art historian)

    John Edward Clement Twarowski White, CBE (b. 1924) is an English former art historian and was formerly the head of the Department of History of Art at the University College London (UCL).... ( from the wikipedia article on John White (art historian))

  • John Castillo

    John Castillo (1792 – 16 April 1845), often referred to as the "Bard of the Dales", from his first published book - "The Bard of the Dales - Poems by John Castillo" was a poet who lived for much of his life in the village of Lealholm. Castillo's work is treasured as having recorded the ancient language of the dales from oblivion.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Castillo)

  • John McWethy

    John Fleetwood McWethy (23 February 1947 – 6 February 2008) was an American journalist.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John McWethy)

  • John Dee

    John Dee is a Writer... ( from the wikipedia article on John Dee)

  • Nicholas John Vine-Hall

    Nicholas John Vine Hall AM (August 17, 1944-October 31, 2006), also known as Nick Vine Hall, was a recognised Australian authority in the fields of family history, genealogy and heraldry, and an enthusiastic champion of family history research in Australia.... (extract from the wikipedia article on Nicholas John Vine-Hall)

  • John Harwood (writer)

    John Harwood (born 1946) was born in Hobart, Tasmania and is an Australian poet, literary critic and novelist.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Harwood (writer))

  • John Sullivan Dwight

    John Sullivan Dwight (May 13, 1813 – September 5, 1893) was a Unitarian minister, transcendentalist and was America's first influential classical music critic.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Sullivan Dwight)

  • John Burton (Conservationist)

    John A. Burton is a co-founder of the nonprofit environmental organization World Land Trust, and has been its CEO since it was founded as World Wide Land Conservation Trust in 1989.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Burton (Conservationist))

  • John Amis

    John Preston Amis (born 17 June 1922), is a British broadcaster, classical music critic, music administrator, and writer. He has been a frequent contributor for The Guardian and to BBC radio and television music programming.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Amis)

  • John Riggi

    John Riggi is a Writer... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Riggi)

  • John Lutz (television writer)

    John Lutz (television writer) is a Writer... ( from the wikipedia article on John Lutz (television writer))

  • John D. Ewing

    John D. Ewing is a Writer... (extract from the wikipedia article on John D. Ewing)

  • John Haynes (Australian journalist)

    John Haynes (26 April 1850 - 15 August 1917) was a parliamentarian in New South Wales, Australia for five months short of thirty years, and co-founder (1880), with J. F.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Haynes (Australian journalist))

  • John J. Cound

    John "Jack" James Cound (born February 7, 1928), is an American legal scholar and recognized expert in civil procedure. For 35 years he was a professor at the University of Minnesota Law School, where he taught admiralty, civil procedure, complex litigation, conflict of laws, evidence, federal courts, and professional responsibility.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John J. Cound)

  • John Dunmore

    John Dunmore CMNZ, Légion d'honneur, Palmes académiques, HonDLitt (born 1923) is a prominent New Zealand academic, historian, author, playwright, and publisher.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Dunmore)

  • John Sickels

    John Sickels is a Writer... ( from the wikipedia article on John Sickels)

  • John Boland (author)

    (Bertram John Boland (Birmingham, 12 February 1913 – 1976) was a British novelist. He lived in East Sussex, on the edge of Ashdown Forest with his wife, Philippa.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Boland (author))

  • John Skoyles

    John Skoyles (b. 1949 in Queens, New York) is an American poet and writer.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Skoyles)

  • John Thomas Hinds

    John Thomas Hinds (1866-1938) was a gospel preacher, teacher and evangelist for the Churches of Christ. From 1934 until his death in 1938 he was the editor of the Gospel Advocate.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Thomas Hinds)

  • John Hawkins (author)

    John Hawkins (author) is a Writer... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Hawkins (author))

  • John Bicknell Auden

    John Bicknell Auden (14 December 1903 – 1991) was an English geologist and explorer, and an official with the World Health Organization.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Bicknell Auden)

  • John Medora

    John Medora (born May 28, 1936 in Philadelphia), also known as Johnny Madara, was an American singer and songwriter, who teamed up with David White and Arthur Singer to write the 1957 hit "At the Hop".... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Medora)

  • John Steadman

    John Steadman (February 14, 1927-January 1, 2001) was an American sportswriter for The Baltimore Sun. His career spanned 7 decades and he attended and reported on every Super Bowl from its inception until his death.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Steadman)

  • John B. Duff

    John Bernard Duff (born July 1, 1931) is an American historian born in South Orange, New Jersey on July 1, 1931 to John Bernard Duff, Sr. and Mary Cunningham Duff.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John B. Duff)

  • John Jenkins (Gwili)

    Rev. John Jenkins (1872 - 1936), known by his bardic name of Gwili, was a Welsh poet and theologian, and served as Archdruid of the National Eisteddfod of Wales from 1932 to 1936.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Jenkins (Gwili))

  • John Willard (playwright)

    John Willard (November 28, 1885, San Francisco, California – August 30, 1942, Los Angeles, California) was an American playwright. His most famous work is The Cat and the Canary (1922), a play that was made into the influential silent film of the same name in 1927.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Willard (playwright))

  • John Tyler Bonner

    John Tyler Bonner (born May 12, 1920) is an emeritus professor, now lecturer with the rank of professor in the Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology at Princeton University. He is a pioneer in the use of cellular slime molds to understand evolution and development over a career of 40 years.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Tyler Bonner)

  • John Hope Bryant

    John Hope Bryant is a Writer... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Hope Bryant)

  • John Dyfnallt Owen

    Rev. John Dyfnallt Owen (April 7, 1873 – December 28, 1956), was a Welsh poet, and served as Archdruid of the National Eisteddfod of Wales from 1954 until his death.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Dyfnallt Owen)

  • John Dastin

    John Dastin Also Dastine, Dastyn, Daustin, Johannes Dastinus. Also given in the forms Joannes Dacius, and (according to Lynn Thorndike) Johannes de Vasconia.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Dastin)

  • John Wilson (broadcaster)

    John Richard Wilson (born 2nd August, 1965) is a British journalist and broadcaster. He is the son of Bob Wilson, former Arsenal goalkeeper and television sports presenter.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Wilson (broadcaster))

  • John Melton

    Sir John Melton (d. 1640) was an English merchant, writer and politician.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Melton)

  • John Harris (novelist)

    John Harris (October 18, 1916 – March 7, 1991) was a British author. He published a series of crime novels featuring the character Inspector Pel, and war books.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Harris (novelist))

  • John Metcalfe (writer)

    John Metcalfe (writer) is a Writer... ( from the wikipedia article on John Metcalfe (writer))

  • John Elliot (author)

    John Herbert Elliot (4 July 1918 – 14 August 1997) was a British novelist, screenwriter and television producer. Between 1954 and 1960 he scripted a succession of one-off television plays including War in the Air and A Man from the Sun.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Elliot (author))

  • John Engstead

    John Engstead (1912–1984) was an American photographer. Engstead began his career in 1926, when he was hired as an office boy by Paramount Pictures' head of studio publicity, Harold Harley.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Engstead)

  • John Maurice Shaftesley

    John Maurice Shaftesley OBE (1901–1981) was an English journalist and writer, and editor of the Jewish Chronicle from 1946 to 1958.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Maurice Shaftesley)

  • John Ortberg

    John Ortberg is a Writer... ( from the wikipedia article on John Ortberg)

  • John Coney Moulton

    John Coney Moulton OBE (1886–1926) was born in St Leonards, Dorset, England, and died in London. He was an officer in the British Army, as well as an amateur zoologist who spent many years in South-East Asia.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Coney Moulton)

  • John William Miller

    John William Miller (1895–1978) was an American philosopher in the idealist tradition. His work appears in six published volumes, including The Paradox of Cause (1978) and most recently The Task of Criticism (2006).... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John William Miller)

  • John Hewitt (herpetologist)

    John Hewitt (23 December 1880 – 4 August 1961) was a South African zoologist and archaeologist of British origin. He was born in Sheffield, England, and died in Grahamstown, South Africa.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Hewitt (herpetologist))

  • John Fedko

    John Fedko is an American sportscaster. He is a sports director and anchor for Channel 11 Pittsburgh (WPXI).... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Fedko)

  • John Jopson

    John Jopson is a Writer... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Jopson)

  • John Fitch (computer scientist)

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  • John Francis (environmentalist)

    John Francis (born 1946) is an American environmentalist nicknamed the planetwalker. Born in Philadelphia, the son of a West Indian immigrant, he moved to Marin County, California as a young man.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Francis (environmentalist))

  • John Reeves (naturalist)

    John Reeves (May 1, 1774-March 22, 1856) was an English naturalist. He developed a remarkable collection of Chinese drawings of animals and plants.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Reeves (naturalist))

  • John Clogston

    John Clogston (1954-1995) was a groudbreaking scholar in the area of news media images of people with disabilities. He made a significant contribution to mass communication research through his development of five media models, which can be used in content analyses of news coverage of people with disabilities and disability issues.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Clogston)

  • John Dimes

    John Dimes is an author, artist, singer, actor and award-winning comedian. He is best known as the Horror Host Dr.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Dimes)

  • John Wesley Emerson

    John Wesley Emerson (also known as J. W.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Wesley Emerson)

  • John Christopher Fine

    John Christopher Fine of Scarsdale, New York is a marine biologist with a doctor of jurisprudence degree and has dived on shipwrecks all over the world. He is a Master Scuba InstructorNaui 4431- The Journal of Underwater Education and Instructor Trainer, and the author of over two dozen books on almost as many topics, including award-winning books dealing with ocean pollution.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Christopher Fine)

  • John Walters (Welsh cleric)

    John Walters (baptised 1721, died 1797) was a Welsh cleric from Glamorgan in the eighteenth century. He wrote a manifesto, A Dissertation on the Welsh Language (1770), in which he praised the Welsh language.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Walters (Welsh cleric))

  • John Cotta

    John Cotta (1575-1650) Dates of death and birth taken from Sona Rosa Burstein, Demonology and Medicine in the Sixteenth and Seventeenth Centuries], Folklore, Vol. 67, No.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Cotta)

  • John Robertson (journalist)

    John Robertson (March 12, 1934) is a retired Canadian media personality.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Robertson (journalist))

  • John Hassall (illustrator)

    John Hassall was born in Walmer, Kent on 21 May 1868, died 8 March 1948 and was an English illustrator.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Hassall (illustrator))

  • John Carney (director)

    John Carney (born 1972 in Dublin) is an Irish film and TV writer/director who specialises in low-budget indie films. He is best known for his award-winning 2007 movie Once.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Carney (director))

  • John Greenleaf Adams

    John Greenleaf Adams 1810 – 1897 was co-editor with Dr. E.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Greenleaf Adams)

  • John Morison (pastor)

    Rev. Dr John Morison 1791 - 1859) - occasionally spelt Morrison - was a longstanding editor of the Evangelical Magazine & Missionary Chronicle, author of theological and biographical subjects, and a Congregational pastor at Trevor Chapel, Chelsea, London.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Morison (pastor))

  • John G. Stackhouse, Jr.

    John Gordon Stackhouse, Jr. (b.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John G. Stackhouse, Jr.)

  • John Smith (poet)

    John Smith (born August 10, 1927) is a Canadian poet.Who's... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Smith (poet))

  • John Gallishaw

    John Gallishaw (St. John's, Newfoundland and Labrador, 1890 - 1968) was a Canadian author and teacher.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Gallishaw)

  • John Wirth

    John Davis Wirth (1936-June 20, 2002) was the Gildred Professor of Latin American Studies at Stanford University. Wirth earned a bachelor's degree from Harvard University in 1958 and a doctorate in Latin American history in 1967 from Stanford.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Wirth)

  • John Perlman

    John Perlman is a radio presenter for Kaya FM in South Africa, where he hosts "Today with John Perlman", a weekday programme between 6 and 7 p.m.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Perlman)

  • John N. Deck

    John Norbert Deck (born Buffalo, New York, December 2, 1921; died September 5, 1979) was a Canadian philosopher. Adhering to neither sartorial nor intellectual fashions, Deck inspired generations of students with his highly idiosyncratic form of idealism, deriving from Plotinus but equally rooted in Thomas Aquinas and Hegel.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John N. Deck)

  • John Philip Falter

    John Philip Falter is a Writer... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Philip Falter)

  • William John Blew

    William John Blew (April 13, 1808 – December 27, 1894) was a translator and hymnist.... ( from the wikipedia article on William John Blew)

  • John Ernest Bode

    John Ernest Bode is a Writer... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Ernest Bode)

  • John Mighton

    Canadian author and mathematician John Mighton is the founder of JUMP (Junior Undiscovered Math Prodigies), a charitable organization that works to educate students in mathematics. He is the author of The Myth of Ability (2003) and The End of Ignorance (2007).... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Mighton)

  • John Kelsay

    John Kelsay is an author and a Research Professor and Richard L. Rubenstein Professor of Religion at Florida State University.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Kelsay)

  • John T. Reed

    John T. Reed is a former real estate investor who has authored and self-published books on real estate investing, football coaching, baseball coaching, success, and self-publishing.... ( from the wikipedia article on John T. Reed)

  • John Osmond

    John Osmond (born 1946) is the director of the independent Welsh think-tank, the Institute of Welsh Affairs. He has contributed to numerous books on the subjects of Welsh politics, culture and devolution, and is also a former journalist and television producer.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Osmond)

  • John David Ebert

    John David Ebert (born June 26, 1968) is a cultural critic and philosopher who has made several contributions to the study of mythology and popular culture.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John David Ebert)

  • Eric John Holmyard

    Eric John Holmyard (1891-1959) was an English science teacher at Clifton College,and historian of science and technology.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on Eric John Holmyard)

  • John Hampden Gurney

    John Hampden Gurney (August 15, 1802 – March 8, 1862) was an Anglican clergyman and hymnist.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Hampden Gurney)

  • John Lemley

    John Smith Lemley (born October 5, 1967 in Oneonta, Alabama) is the WABE (FM 90.1 Atlanta, Georgia) early-afternoon music host.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Lemley)

  • John Holliman

    John Holliman is a Writer... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Holliman)

  • John H. Kemble

    John Haskell Kemble (1912 – 1990) was a professor of History at Pomona College and an influential American maritime historian.... ( from the wikipedia article on John H. Kemble)

  • John Stanmeyer

    John Stanmeyer (born March 1964), is a celebrated American photojournalist based in Bali, Indonesia.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Stanmeyer)

  • John Passmore

    John Passmore AC (9 September 191425 July 2004) was an Australian philosopher.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Passmore)

  • John Harlacher

    John Harlacher is an actor, stage director, and dramatic filmmaker based in New York.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Harlacher)

  • John Duncombe (writer)

    John Duncombe (29 September 1729 - 19 January 1786) was an English clergyman and writer, son of William Duncombe.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Duncombe (writer))

  • John Tackaberry

    John Tackaberry (1912-10-09 – 1969-06-24) was a radio writer for the The Jack Benny Show.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Tackaberry)

  • John Marshall (musician)

    John Marshall (musician) is a Writer... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Marshall (musician))

  • John Munonye

    John Munonye (born April 1929) is an important important Igbo writer and one of the most important Nigerian writers of the twentieth of century. He was born in Akokwa, Nigeria, and was educated at the University of Ibadan and the Institute of Education, London.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Munonye)

  • John Gierach

    John Gierach is an American author and freelance writer who formerly resided on the St. Vrain River in Lyons, Colorado and now lives in Larimer County, Colorado.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Gierach)

  • John Adolphus Etzler

    John Adolphus Etzler was a nineteenth century German-American technological utopianist. He believed that contemporary technology was sufficient, if only slightly developed and astutely applied, to bring about an earthly paradise of effortless plenty within a matter of a few years.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Adolphus Etzler)

  • John Antrobus

    John Antrobus (born 2 July 1933, Aldershot, Hampshire) is an English playwrightPlays by John Antrobus and script writer. He has written extensively for stage, screen, tv and radio, including the epic World War II play, Crete and Sergeant Pepper at the Royal Court.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Antrobus)

  • John Mallard

    John Mallard OBE FRSE was Professor of Medical Physics at the University of Aberdeen from 1965 until his retirement in 1992. He is known for his and his colleague's work in the development of radionuclide imaging, magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) and, in particular, positron emission tomography (PET).... ( from the wikipedia article on John Mallard)

  • John Fenn (antiquarian)

    Sir John Fenn (1739-1794) was an English antiquary who is best remembered for collecting, editing, and publishing the Paston Letters which uniquely described the life and political scheming of the gentry in Medieval England. He was also a justice of the peace who served as Sheriff of the county of Norfolk in 1791/2.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Fenn (antiquarian))

  • John Coakley

    John Coakley is an associate professor in the School of Politics & International Relations at University College Dublin. He specialises in the study of Irish politics, comparative politics and ethnic conflict.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Coakley)

  • John Leonard (poet)

    John Leonard (born 1965) is an Australian poet.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Leonard (poet))

  • John Moffatt (actor)

    John Moffatt (b. 24 September 1922 in Badby, Daventry) is an English actor and playwright, perhaps best known for his portrayal of Hercule Poirot on BBC Radio.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Moffatt (actor))

  • John Ellis (naturalist)

    John Ellis FRS (c1710 - 15 October 1776) was an British linen merchant and naturalist.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Ellis (naturalist))

  • John Leonard (critic)

    John Leonard (February 25, 1939 – November 5, 2008)BNO News, http://twitter.com/BreakingNewsOn/status/993853851 "John Leonard dies from lung cancer.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Leonard (critic))

  • John Jones (Talhaiarn)

    John Jones (Talhaiarn) is a Writer... ( from the wikipedia article on John Jones (Talhaiarn))

  • John Holmes (poet)

    John Holmes (January 6, 1904-June 22, 1962), born John Albert Holmes Jr., was a poet and critic.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Holmes (poet))

  • John Holmes (professor)

    John H. Holmes is Emeritus Professor of Geography at the University of Queensland.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Holmes (professor))

  • John Romeril

    John Henry Romeril (born 26 October 1945) is a contemporary Australian playwright.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Romeril)

  • John Francis Bloxam

    John Francis Bloxam (1873 – 1928) was an English Uranian author and churchman. Bloxam was an undergraduate at Exeter College, Oxford when his story, the Priest and the Acolyte, appeared in the sole issue of the Chameleon: a Bazaar of Dangerous and Smiling Chances, a periodical which he also served as editorKoven, Seth: Slumming: Sexual and Social Politics in Victorian London, page 262.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Francis Bloxam)

  • John Watson (artist)

    John Watson was born in the 1970s in Blackpool, England. He is one of the few remaining comic book artists who specialises in painting in oils, and has done a number of notable cover runs for both Marvel and DC comics, most recently painting all the covers for the Marvel Apes series and for the second year running, the Triple-A Baseball covers.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Watson (artist))

  • John Oliver Killens

    John Oliver Killens (January 14, 1916 – October 27, 1987) was a black American fiction writer whose novels of African American life received two Pulitzer Prize nominations.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Oliver Killens)

  • John Mattson

    John Mattson is an American screenwriter.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Mattson)

  • John Wooley

    Disambiguation: For the unsuccessful candidate in the U.S.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Wooley)

  • John Philip Bourke

    John Philip Bourke (5 August 1860 – 13 January 1914) was an Australian poet.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Philip Bourke)

  • John Arthur Barry

    John Arthur Barry (1850 – 23 September 1911) was a journalist and author.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Arthur Barry)

  • John Fiske (media scholar)

    John Fiske is a media scholar who has taught around the world, most notably as Professor of Communication Arts at the University of Wisconsin–Madison. His areas of interest include popular culture, mass culture, and television studies.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Fiske (media scholar))

  • John R. Chapin

    John R. Chapin is a Writer... (extract from the wikipedia article on John R. Chapin)

  • Marie-Elena John

    Marie-Elena John (born 1963) is a Caribbean writer whose first novel, Unburnable, was published in 2006. She was born and raised in Antigua and is a former development specialist of the African Development Foundation, the World Council of Churches’ Program to Combat Racism, and Global Rights (formerly the International Human Rights Law Group), where she worked in support of the pro-democracy movement in Nigeria and in the Democratic Republic of Congo.... ( from the wikipedia article on Marie-Elena John)

  • John Workman

    John Workman is a Writer... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Workman)

  • John Turtle Wood

    John Turtle Wood (13 February 1821 – 25 March 1890) was a British architect, engineer and archaeologist. He was born at Hackney, the son of John Wood of Shropshire and his wife Elizabeth Wood, née Turtle.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Turtle Wood)

  • John Hudson (journalist)

    John Hudson (born 30 May 1956) is a reporter on Television New Zealand's "Sunday" programme.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Hudson (journalist))

  • John Muir (naturalist)

    John Muir (18 June 1874, Castle Douglas, Scotland – 3 August 1947, Riversdale, Cape Province) was a medical doctor, naturalist and cultural historian.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Muir (naturalist))

  • John Jay (lawyer)

    John Jay (1817–1894) was an American lawyer and diplomat, son of William Jay and a grandson of Chief Justice John Jay. He was born in New York City, graduated at Columbia College in 1836, and was admitted to the bar three years later.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Jay (lawyer))

  • John Gurda

    John Gurda (born 9 June 1947) in Milwaukee, Wisconsin) is an American writer and historian.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Gurda)

  • John James (poet)

    John James (born in Cardiff, Wales, in 1939 is a British poet.)... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John James (poet))

  • John Collins Warren, Jr.

    John Collins Warren (May 4, 1842 – November 3, 1927) was an American surgeon and president of the American Surgical Association.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Collins Warren, Jr.)

  • John Leslie Barford

    John Leslie Barford (1886–1937) was an English Uranian poet who wrote under the pseudonym of Philebus. According to Timothy D'Arch Smith, he was a doctor in the Merchant Navy.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Leslie Barford)

  • John Mills (entrepreneur)

    John Mills (entrepreneur) is a Writer... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Mills (entrepreneur))

  • John Jenner Weir

    John Jenner Weir FLS, FZS (1822–1894) was an English amateur entomologist, ornithologist and British civil servant. He is best known today for being one of the naturalists who corresponded with and provided important data to both Charles Darwin and Alfred Russel Wallace.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Jenner Weir)

  • John Haines

    John Haines (b. 1924 in Norfolk, Virginia) is a former poet laureate of Alaska.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Haines)

  • John J. Cove

    John J. Cove is a Canadian anthropologist known for his work with the Gitksan First Nation of northern British Columbia.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John J. Cove)

  • John Verpoorten

    John Verpoorten (May 15, 1940 – December 1977)Social Security Death Index, Social Security #099-32-5929 was a comic book artist and editorial worker. After attending New York's School of Visual Arts, Verpoorten began his career at the Tom Gill Studio for four years.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Verpoorten)

  • John Kenneth Terres

    John Kenneth Terres (December 17, 1905 – December 8, 2006), was an American naturalist and author. He is best known for his popular works on North American birds.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Kenneth Terres)

  • John Grady (author)

    John James Grady (born 1923) is an Australian author and academic.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Grady (author))

  • John Pekkanen

    John Pekkanen (born February 11, 1939 in Lyme, Connecticut) is an author, a two-time National Magazine Award-winning journalist and the winner of eight other national awards, including an Emmy Award for "The Saving of the President," a feature-length television documentary based on Pekkanen's article.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Pekkanen)

  • John Farry

    John Farry is an Irish singer/songwriter from Garrison, County Fermanagh, Northern Ireland, best known for writing the Irish entry for the 1997 Eurovision Song Contest - a song entitled Mysterious Woman which achieved 2nd place.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Farry)

  • John Keegan Casey

    John Keegan 'Leo' Casey (1846 – March 17, 1870), known as the Poet of the Fenians, was an Irish poet, orator, novelist and Republican who was famous as the writer of the song The Rising of the Moon and as one of the central figures in the Fenian Rising of 1867. He was imprisoned by the English and died on St.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Keegan Casey)

  • John R. Stevenson

    John R. Stevenson is the writer of Bloody Murder and its sequel Bloody Murder 2: Closing Camp.... ( from the wikipedia article on John R. Stevenson)

  • John H. Noble

    John H. Noble is a Writer... (extract from the wikipedia article on John H. Noble)

  • John Junor

    Sir John Donald Brown Junor (15 January 1919 – 3 May 1997) was a Scottish journalist and editor-in-chief of the Sunday Express, having previously worked as a columnist there.Editor 1954-1986.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Junor)

  • John Jordan (poet)

    John Jordan (1930–1988) was an Irish poet born in Dublin on 8 April 1930. He was educated at Synge Street CBS, University College, Dublin (U.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Jordan (poet))

  • John Borthwick Gilchrist

    John Borthwick Gilchrist (June 1759 – 1841) was a noted British Indologist.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Borthwick Gilchrist)

  • John Moray Stuart-Young

    John Moray Stuart-Young (1881–1939) was an English Uranian poet, memoirist, novelist and merchant trader. Born John James Young in the slums of Manchester, Moray-Young was poorly educated and treated badly by those around him.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Moray Stuart-Young)

  • John Donaldson (author)

    John Donaldson (?1921–1989), also known as Jon Inglis, was a British author and poet most particularly associated in later life with Oxford, England.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Donaldson (author))

  • John Eaves

    John Eaves is a designer and illustrator best known for his work on the Star Trek franchise. He served as a production artist on Star Trek: Deep Space Nine and Star Trek: Enterprise and was involved in all four Next Generation movies, specifically being responsible for the design of the Sovereign-class Enterprise-E.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Eaves)

  • John Adair (author)

    John Adair (born 18 May 1934) is an author of books on business leadership.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Adair (author))

  • John H. Secondari

    John Hermes Secondari (November 1, 1919 – February 8, 1975) was an American author and television producer.... ( from the wikipedia article on John H. Secondari)

  • John Bennett (author)

    John Bennet (May 14, 1865 – December 28, 1956) wrote and illustrated children's books. He was born in Chillicothe, Ohio.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Bennett (author))

  • John Beames

    John Beames (21 June 1837 – May 1902) was a civil servant in British India and an author. The eldest son of Rev.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Beames)

  • John Lorne Campbell

    John Lorne Campbell (1906 - 1996) was a Scottish historian, farmer, environmentalist and folklore scholar.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Lorne Campbell)

  • John Woodcock Graves

    John Woodcock Graves (9 February 1795 – 17 August 1886) was a composer and author of "D'ye ken John Peel".... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Woodcock Graves)

  • John of Schoonhoven

    John of Schoonhoven (Dutch Jan van Schoonhoven) (1356/7, Schoonhoven – January 22, 1432, Groenendaal) was a Flemish theologian and writer.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John of Schoonhoven)

  • John Wesley Blassingame

    John Wesley Blassingame is a Writer... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Wesley Blassingame)

  • John Primer

    Camden, Mississippi, United States... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Primer)

  • John Knox Laughton

    Sir John Knox Laughton KCB (23 April 1830–14 September 1915) was a British naval historian and arguably the first to argue for the importance of the subject as an independent field of study. Beginning his working life as a mathematically-trained civilian instructor for the Royal Navy, he later became Professor of Modern History at King's College London and a co-founder of the Navy Records Society.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Knox Laughton)

  • John Hornsby

    John Hornsby was born in Williamsburg, Virginia, and is a composer, musician and actor. He is the brother of musician and composer Bruce Hornsby, and the two have collaborated often.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Hornsby)

  • John Cummings (musician)

    John Cummings is a Scottish musician and producer best known for being a member of Glaswegian band Mogwai, mostly playing guitar, as well as programming, keyboards and vocals.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Cummings (musician))

  • John R. Irby

    John Irby is editor of the Bismarck Tribune.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John R. Irby)

  • John Mantley

    John Truman Mantley (Toronto, Canada, April 25, 1920, died Sherman Oaks, California, January 14, 2003) was a Canadian theatrical actor, writer, director, screenwriter and producer of the long-running television series, Gunsmoke, and was Mary Pickford's cousin.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Mantley)

  • John Winter (meteorologist)

    John Winter (September 8, 1967 - April 5, 2007) was a meteorologist for NBC affiliate WFLA-TV in Tampa, Florida.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Winter (meteorologist))

  • John Paragon

    John Dixon Paragon (born on December 9, 1954) is an actor, writer, and director. He was born in Los Angeles, California.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Paragon)

  • John Angarrack

    John Angarrack is a Cornish nationalist who campaigns for greater recognition of Cornish identity and is an author on Cornish affairsDeacon, Bernard (2007) Cornwall: the Concise History, (The Histories of Europe series) University of Wales Press, ISBN 978-0-70832032-7 (hardback) 978-0-7083-2031-0 (paperback), page 228.. He is best known for his books "Breaking the Chains", "Our Future is History" and "Scat t’Larrups?... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Angarrack)

  • John Remsburg

    John Eleaser Remsburg (January 7, 1848–1919) was an ardent religious skeptic in America in the late 19th and early 20th centuries. His name is sometimes spelled Remsberg.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Remsburg)

  • John Alexander Stewart (scholar)

    John Alexander Stewart (born 1882 died 1948) CIE MC MA LLD ICS (retd) was a classical scholar, colonial public servant and professor of Burmese.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Alexander Stewart (scholar))

  • John Campanius

    John Campanius (Swedish: Johannes Jone Holmiensis Campanius) (August 15, 1601 – September 17, 1683), also known as John Campanius Holm, was a Swedish Lutheran clergyman assigned to the New Sweden colony. Campanius, Johan (Christian Cyclopedia.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Campanius)

  • John Vance Cheney

    John Vance Cheney (December 29, 1848 in Groveland, New York – May 1, 1922) was an American poet, essayist and librarian. Educated in Geneseo, New York, Cheney practiced law briefly in Woodstock, Vermont and New York City before moving to California with his first wife Abigail Perkins Vance Cheney, teaching music, lecturing, and working as a postal clerk.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Vance Cheney)

  • John Nichol (RAF officer)

    Flight Lieutenant John Nichol (born December 1963, North Shields) is a retired Royal Air Force navigator who was shot down and captured during the first Gulf War.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Nichol (RAF officer))

  • John Chamberlain (letter writer)

    John Chamberlain (1553 – 1628) was the author of a series of letters written in England from 1597 to 1626, notable for their historical value and their literary qualities.Thomson, vii.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Chamberlain (letter writer))

  • John Pook

    John Barrie Pook was born in Neath on February 2nd. 1942, and grew up in Gowerton, near Swansea, South Wales.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Pook)

  • John Bellers

    John Bellers (1654–1725) was an English educational theorist and Quaker, author of Proposals for Raising a College of Industry of All Useful Trades and Husbandry (1695).... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Bellers)

  • John LaPlante

    John LaPlante is a Writer... ( from the wikipedia article on John LaPlante)

  • John Ives

    John Ives is a Writer... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Ives)

  • John Reif

    John H. Reif (born 1951) is an American academics, and Professor of Computer Science at Duke University, who has made contributions to large number of fields in computer science: ranging from algorithms and computational complexity theory to robotics and to game theory.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Reif)

  • John M. Dillon

    John Myles Dillon is an Irish classicist and philosopher who was Regius Professor of Greek in Trinity College, Dublin between 1980 and 2006. Prior to that he taught at the University of California, Berkeley.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John M. Dillon)

  • John Burke (genealogist)

    John Burke (1787–1848) was an Irish genealogist, and the original publisher of Burke's Peerage. He was the father of Sir John Bernard Burke, a British officer of arms and genealogist.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Burke (genealogist))

  • John Rowland Ashton

    John R. Ashton, MBE, (1917-2008) was an English writer, lecturer, local historian and educationist whose career blossomed in Sweden.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Rowland Ashton)

  • John Bede Dalley

    John Bede Dalley (5 October 1878 – 6 September 1935) was an Australian journalist and novelist, editor of Melbourne Punch.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Bede Dalley)

  • John Rider (bishop)

    John Ryder (1562 - 1632) was a Latin lexicographer and from 1612 until 1632 Anglican Bishop of Killaloe.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Rider (bishop))

  • John Howard (artist)

    John Howard is an artist and illustrator based in the San Francisco Bay Area and is noted for hand-drawn limited-edition screen printed concert posters.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Howard (artist))

  • John Blackburn (songwriter)

    John M. Blackburn (October 19, 1913, Massillon, Ohio – November 15, 2006 Newport, Oregon) was a lyricist, perhaps best remembered for writing the lyrics to "Moonlight in Vermont".... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Blackburn (songwriter))

  • John Western

    John Stuart Western (born 1931) is an Australian academic and author.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Western)

  • John T. McCutcheon

    John Tinney McCutcheon (May 6, 1870 – June 10, 1949) was an American newspaper political cartoonist who was known as the "Dean of American Cartoonists".... ( from the wikipedia article on John T. McCutcheon)

  • John Howard Hinton

    John Howard Hinton (23 March 1791 – 11 December 1873) was an English author and Baptist minister who published, along with many other works, The History and Topography of the United States of North America together with his brother Isaac. He is the father of surgeon James Hinton.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Howard Hinton)

  • John Womack

    John Womack Jr. (1937-) is an historian of Latin America, particularly of Mexico, the Mexican Revolution (1910-1921) and Emiliano Zapata.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Womack)

  • Benjamin John Parrillo

    Benjamin John Parrillo (born November 18, 1969 in Boston, Massachusetts) is an American film and television actor, writer and director. As of 2007 he has written the scripts to two short films - Jolly Good Fellow from 2006 and A Moron, a Loser, and a Coffee Shop in 2007.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on Benjamin John Parrillo)

  • John Berrien Lindsley

    John Berrien Lindsley (born October 24, ,1822 in Princeton, New Jersey).... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Berrien Lindsley)

  • John Clerk of Eldin

    John Clerk of Eldin is a Writer... ( from the wikipedia article on John Clerk of Eldin)

  • Patricia St. John

    Patricia Mary St. John (1919-1993) was an English writer.... (extract from the wikipedia article on Patricia St. John)

  • John Houston (New Zealand writer)

    John Houston (1891 - 1962) was a New Zealand historian and writer who specialised in the history of Taranaki Maori, and of the Taranaki land wars. He spent 30 years studying and recording Maori history and lore, the result of which was the posthumously published Maori Life in Old Taranaki (1965).... ( from the wikipedia article on John Houston (New Zealand writer))

  • John Jackson (astronomer)

    John Jackson (11 February 1887 – 9 December 1958) was a Scottish astronomer.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Jackson (astronomer))

  • John Keating (musician)

    John Keating is a musician, songwriter and arranger who was born in Edinburgh September 10, 1927.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Keating (musician))

  • John Törnquist

    John Törnquist (17 November 1876–1937) was a Swedish missionary. He served with the Swedish Missionary Society in Chinese Turkestan (present day Xinjiang).... ( from the wikipedia article on John Törnquist)

  • John Lofland

    John Lofland (1798-1849), widely known as the "Milford Bard" of Milford, Delaware, was a prolific and widely read writer of prose, verse, and speeches. He grew up and spent much of his life in "The Towers" on North West Front Street in Milford.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Lofland)

  • John Row (poet)

    John Row (poet) is a Writer... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Row (poet))

  • John Wesley Dafoe

    John Wesley Dafoe (8 March 1866 - 9 January 1944) was a Canadian journalist and Liberal. From 1901 to 1944 he was the editor of the Manitoba Free Press, later named the Winnipeg Free Press.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Wesley Dafoe)

  • John Sandes

    John Sandes (26 February 1863 – 29 November 1938) was an Australian journalist and author.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Sandes)

  • John Cassidy (journalist)

    John Cassidy (born 1963) is a journalist and author. He is a staff writer at The New Yorker and a contributor to The New York Review of Books, having previously been an editor at The Sunday Times of London and a deputy editor at the New York Post.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Cassidy (journalist))

  • John Langdon-Davies

    John Eric Langdon-Davies (1897 – 1971) was a British author and journalist. He was a war correspondent during the Spanish Civil War and the Russo-Finnish war.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Langdon-Davies)

  • John Frederick Herring, Jr.

    John Frederick Herring, Jr. is a Writer... ( from the wikipedia article on John Frederick Herring, Jr.)

  • Samuel John Hazo

    Samuel John Hazo is a Writer... (abstract from the wikipedia article on Samuel John Hazo)

  • John Foster (singer)

    John Foster (born 1960 in England) is a singer/songwriter who found fame when he joined the British synthpop trio the Bronski Beat in 1986, after the departure of Jimmy Somerville. The bands best known song during this period with Foster as vocalist was Hit That Perfect Beat.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Foster (singer))

  • John Lynch (historian)

    John Lynch is Emeritus Professor of Latin American History in the University of London.http://americas.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Lynch (historian))

  • John Glad

    John Glad (born December 31, 1941) is an American academic who specializes in the literature and politics of exile, especially Russian literature. Glad has written about Nazi Germany, World War II and the Holocaust.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Glad)

  • John Skinner (archaeologist)

    The Rev. John Skinner (1772 – 1839) was a parish vicar and amateur antiquarian and archaeologist operating mainly in the area of Bath and the villages of northern Somerset in the early nineteenth century.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Skinner (archaeologist))

  • John Ghazvinian

    John Ghazvinian (1974 in Iran) is an American journalist and historian known for his writing on African oil politics. He is the author of Untapped: The Scramble for Africa's Oil (Harcourt, 2007), an expose of the petroleum industry in Africa.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Ghazvinian)

  • John McCowan

    John McCowan (1863 – 1900) was a British physicist born in Scotland. He was born to William McCowan, a tailor in Bridge of Allan, Scotland, and Mary McKay.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John McCowan)

  • John Struthers (poet)

    John Struthers (born July 18, 1776 – 1847) was a Scottish poet and miscellaneous writer.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Struthers (poet))

  • John Waite (broadcaster)

    John Waite is a presenter on British radio and occasionally television. He has been working at the British Broadcasting Corporation for more than thirty-three years.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Waite (broadcaster))

  • John Cariani

    John Cariani is an American actor and playwright best known for his role as CSU Tech Julian Beck on television's Law & Order, and for his performance as Motel the Tailor in the 2004 Broadway revival of Fiddler on the Roof  for which he received a Tony Award nomination.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Cariani)

  • John Sweeney (journalist)

    John Sweeney is an award-winning journalist and author, currently working as an investigative journalist for the BBC's Panorama series.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Sweeney (journalist))

  • John Dury

    John DuryJohn Durie or Durye, Johannes Duraeus, Johannes Dureus, Johann Dureus. (EdinburghDurie timeline1596-Kassel, 1680) was a Scottish Calvinist minister and a significant intellectual of the English Civil War period.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Dury)

  • John Hart (journalist)

    John Hart (born February 1, 1932, Denver, Colorado) is a retired American television journalist who worked for several different television networks during the 1960s through the 1990s.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Hart (journalist))

  • John Davis (academic)

    John Davis (academic) is a Writer... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Davis (academic))

  • John W. Allison

    John Williams Allison (b. 1893) was an American singer, composer, lyricist, and collector of folk songs.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John W. Allison)

  • John Meredyth Lucas

    John Meredyth Lucas (May 1, 1919 - October 19, 2002) was a writer, primarily for television. He was the son of screenwriter Bess Meredyth and writer/director Wilfred Lucas, and the adopted son of director Michael Curtiz.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Meredyth Lucas)

  • John Drummond, 15th Baron Strange

    John Drummond, 15th Baron Strange is a Writer... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Drummond, 15th Baron Strange)

  • John de Pineda

    John de Pineda (born in Seville, 1558; died there, 27 January 1637) was a Spanish Jesuit theologian and exegete.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John de Pineda)

  • John Martin Augustine Scholz

    John Martin Augustine Scholz (b. at Kapsdorf, near Breslau, 8 February 1794; d.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Martin Augustine Scholz)

  • John Herman Randall, Jr.

    John Herman Randall Jr. (February 14, 1899-December 1, 1980) was an American philosopher, author and educator.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Herman Randall, Jr.)

  • John Sadler (historian)

    John Sadler is a British historian specialising in the Anglo-Scottish Border conflicts during the Middle Ages. Saddler is a regular contributor to military and historical journals and has published a number of books on the subject.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Sadler (historian))

  • John Hornsby (politician)

    John Thomas Marryat Hornsby (13 March 1857 - 23 February 1921) was a New Zealand politician of the Liberal Party, from the Wairarapa.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Hornsby (politician))

  • John Mason Brown

    John Mason Brown (3 July 1900 – 16 March 1969) was an American drama critic and author.Van Gelder, Lawrence (March 17, 1969).... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Mason Brown)

  • John Servos

    John W. Servos is an American professor and historian of science.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Servos)

  • John Baumgardner

    John R. Baumgardner is a geophysicist, young Earth creationist, intelligent design supporter and Christian fundamentalist.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Baumgardner)

  • John McNamara (writer)

    John McNamara is an American writer and television producer. He attended East Grand Rapids High School located in Michigan.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John McNamara (writer))

  • John Ferne

    Sir John Ferne (c. 1510 - 1609Simon Healy, ‘Ferne, Sir John (c.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Ferne)

  • John Rich (scholar)

    Professor John Rich is one of the academic staff in the department of Classics at The University of Nottingham. He is also head of the School of Humanities.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Rich (scholar))

  • John R. Tunis

    John Roberts Tunis (December 7, 1889 in Boston, Massachusetts - February 4, 1975 in Essex, Connecticut) was a well-known and prolific author of juvenile sports fiction. of Texas at Arlington, Guide to Juvenile Baseball Books Tunis's work was unusual in that many of his books included socio-political themes,[http://deseretnews.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John R. Tunis)

  • John P. Davis

    John P. Davis is a Writer... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John P. Davis)

  • Carroll John Daly

    Carroll John Daly (1889 – January 16, 1958) was a writer of crime fiction. He has been credited with creating the first hard-boiled detective story in 1923, predating the debut of Dashiell Hammett's Continental Op character by several months.... (extract from the wikipedia article on Carroll John Daly)

  • John Williams (bishop)

    John Williams (bishop) is a Writer... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Williams (bishop))

  • Henry John Wale

    Henry John Wale (1827 - 14 March 1892 in London) was an English author, soldier and church minister. He came from Little Shelford near Cambridge and was the son of General Sir Charles Wale.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on Henry John Wale)

  • John Flete

    John Flete (c. 1398 - 1466) was an English monk and ecclesiastical historian who documented the history and abbots of Westminster Abbey.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Flete)

  • John R. Goodin

    John Randolph Goodin (December 14, 1836 – December 18, 1885) was a nineteenth century politician, lawyer, judge and editor from Ohio and Kansas.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John R. Goodin)

  • John Henry Hopkins

    John Henry Hopkins is a Writer... ( from the wikipedia article on John Henry Hopkins)

  • John Tudno Williams

    John Tudno Williams is a Writer... ( from the wikipedia article on John Tudno Williams)

  • John Reed (novelist)

    John Reed (novelist) is a Writer... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Reed (novelist))

  • John G. Palfrey

    John Gorham Palfrey (May 2, 1796 - April 26, 1881) was an American clergyman and historian who served as a U.S.... ( from the wikipedia article on John G. Palfrey)

  • John Milton Hoberman

    John Milton Hoberman is an American author. He is a Professor at the University of Texas at Austin as well as the chair of the Department of Germanic Studies.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Milton Hoberman)

  • John Willis Clark

    John Willis Clark (1833–1910), sometimes J. W.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Willis Clark)

  • John H. Foote

    John Howard Foote is a Canadian based film critic and Director of the Toronto Film School.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John H. Foote)

  • John Sainty (civil servant)

    Sir John Christopher Sainty, KCB, FSA was born in 1934, in London, England. He was a British civil servant and then Clerk of the Parliaments from 1983 to 1990.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Sainty (civil servant))

  • John C. Wright (congressman)

    John Crafts Wright (August 17, 1783 – February 13, 1861) was a U.S.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John C. Wright (congressman))

  • John Davis (Kansas politician)

    John Davis (Kansas politician) is a Writer... ( from the wikipedia article on John Davis (Kansas politician))

  • John Seiler Brubacher

    John Seiler Brubacher (1898 – 1988) was a professor at Yale University and author of many books on the subject of educational philosophy.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Seiler Brubacher)

  • John Frow

    John Frow (born 1948) is an Australian professor and Chair of English Language and Literature at the University of Melbourne. He was educated at Wagga High School and the Australian National University, and has lived and worked in South America in 1970 and 1971 and then did graduate studies from 1971 to 1975 in the Comparative Literature Program at Cornell University, including a year at the University of Heidelberg.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Frow)

  • John Iliopoulos

    John Iliopoulos (Greek language: Ιωάννης Ηλιόπουλος) (1940 -) is a Greek physicist and the first person to present the Standard Model of particle physics in a single report. He is best known for his prediction of the charm quark with Sheldon Lee Glashow and Luciano Maiani (the "GIM mechanism").... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Iliopoulos)

  • John F. Ashton

    John F. Ashton (1947) is an Australian research scientist and Christian author.... ( from the wikipedia article on John F. Ashton)

  • John Rosemond

    John Rosemond has authored 14 parenting books, pamphlets and writes a nationally syndicated column on parenting. He is also, by his own account, the busiest and most popular public speaker in the USA on the subject of parenting.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Rosemond)

  • John Hayes (museum director)

    John Trevor Hayes CBE FRSA (January 21, 1929 – December 25, 2005) was a British art historian and museum director. He was an authority on the paintings of Thomas Gainsborough.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Hayes (museum director))

  • John Fuller (poet)

    John Fuller (born 1 January 1937) is an English poet and author, and Fellow Emeritus at Magdalen College, Oxford.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Fuller (poet))

  • John Michael Spivey

    John Michael Spivey (commonly known as Mike Spivey) is a computer scientist at the University of Oxford. He is currently University Lecturer in Computation at the Oxford University Computing Laboratory and Misys and Anderson Fellow of Computer Science at Oriel College, Oxford.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Michael Spivey)

  • John Dickson (author)

    John Dickson is an Australian Christian writer, historian, former minister of St Andrew's Anglican Church, Roseville, Australia, and an Honorary Associate of the Department of Ancient History at Macquarie University. He is also co-founder and director of the Centre for Public Christianity, a media company that seeks to "promote the public understanding of the Christian faith".... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Dickson (author))

  • John Barr (poet)

    John Barr of Craigilee (1809-1889) was a Scottish-New Zealand poet.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Barr (poet))

  • John Lachs

    Metaphysics Philosophy of Mind Pragmatism German Idealism Political Philosophy American philosophy... ( from the wikipedia article on John Lachs)

  • John Mitchell Nuttall

    John Mitchell Nuttall (21 July 1890 – 28 January 1958) was an English physicist, born in Todmorden. He is best remembered for his work with the physicist Hans Geiger, which resulted in the Geiger-Nuttall law of radioactive decay.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Mitchell Nuttall)

  • John Dardenne

    John Dardenne (born November 20, 1984) is an American actor, comedian, and writer.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Dardenne)

  • John J. Miller (author)

    John J. Miller (born 1954) is a science fiction author known for his work in the Wild Cards shared universe.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John J. Miller (author))

  • John Barrasso

    John Barrasso is a Writer... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Barrasso)

  • John Marrant

    John Marrant (June 15, 1755 – April 15, 1791) was one of the first African-American preachers and missionaries. He wrote three books about his experiences as a preacher.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Marrant)

  • John D. Hill

    John D. Hill (born 1947) is one of Britain's most commended Classicists.... ( from the wikipedia article on John D. Hill)

  • John Wingate Thornton

    John Wingate Thornton is a Writer... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Wingate Thornton)

  • John Ames

    for the Western writer, see John Edward Ames... ( from the wikipedia article on John Ames)

  • John Phillipps Kenyon

    John Philipps Kenyon (18 June 1927 - 6 January 1996) was an English historian. He was one of the foremost historians of 17th-century England, a prolific writer and reviewer, and a Fellow of the British Academy.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Phillipps Kenyon)

  • John Coy

    John Coy is a Writer... ( from the wikipedia article on John Coy)

  • John Aitken (scientist)

    John Aitken (1839-1919) (born Falkirk, Scotland), one of the founders of cloud physics and aerosol science, was a Scottish physicist and meteorologist who built the first apparatus to measure the number of dust and fog particles in the atmosphere, a koniscope.Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics, Second Edition, Seinfeld and Pandis, 2006.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Aitken (scientist))

  • John Lee (author)

    John Lee (born March 12, 1931) is an American writer of thrillers, many of them set in Second World War settings, as well as non-fiction books. He was also a lecturer in journalism, distinguished by his conscious decision not to take up a doctorate despite having made all the preparations for it.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Lee (author))

  • Henry John Horstman Fenton

    Henry John Horstman Fenton (18 February 1854 - 13 January 1929) was a British chemist who, in the 1890s invented Fenton's reagent,Fenton's Reagent Definition Page at toxics.usgs.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on Henry John Horstman Fenton)

  • Michael John Brenan

    Michael John Brenan (1780 – 1847) was a Roman Catholic priest and an ecclesiastical historian.... ( from the wikipedia article on Michael John Brenan)

  • John J. Nance

    John J. Nance is a Writer... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John J. Nance)

  • John Smythe Hall

    John Smythe Hall is a Writer... ( from the wikipedia article on John Smythe Hall)

  • John Smeaton (born 1976)

    John Smeaton (born 1976) is a Writer... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Smeaton (born 1976))

  • Sir John Anderson, 1st Baronet

    Sir John Anderson, 1st Baronet (8 May 1878 – 11 April 1963) was a Scottish businessman, writer and lecturer.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on Sir John Anderson, 1st Baronet)

  • John Jervis (politician)

    John Jervis (politician) is a Writer... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Jervis (politician))

  • John Schubeck

    John Schubeck (March 18, 1936 in Michigan – September 26, 1997 in Los Angeles, California) was an American television reporter and anchor, and one of the few to anchor newscasts on all three network owned-and-operated stations in one major market.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Schubeck)

  • John Stuart Mackenzie

    John Stuart Mackenzie (1860-1935) was a British philosopher, born near Glasgow, and educated at Glasgow, Cambridge, and Berlin. In 1884-89 he was a fellow at Edinburgh and from 1890 to 1896 fellow of Trinity College, Cambridge.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Stuart Mackenzie)

  • John Joseph Mackenzie

    John Joseph Mackenzie (24 March 1865 – 1 August 1922) was a Canadian pathologist and bacteriologist. He was born at St.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Joseph Mackenzie)

  • John Craig (Ontario MPP)

    John Craig (1843 – September 6, 1898) was an Irish-born Ontario newspaper publisher and political figure. He represented Wellington East in the Legislative Assembly of Ontario from 1894 to 1893 as a Liberal member.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Craig (Ontario MPP))

  • John E. Roach

    John Roach is an award-winning television and film producer and screenwriter.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John E. Roach)

  • John Egerton (journalist)

    John Egerton, an American journalist, was born in Atlanta, Georgia, June 14, 1935, the son of William G. Egerton and Rebecca White Egerton.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Egerton (journalist))

  • John M. Geddes

    John M. Geddes is an American journalist and one of two managing editors of The New York Times, along with Jill Abramson.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John M. Geddes)

  • John Farris

    John Lee Farris (1936-) is an American writer. He was born 1936 in Jefferson City, Missouri, to parents John Linder Farris (1909-1982) and Eleanor Carter Farris (1905-1984).... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Farris)

  • John Salusbury (diarist)

    Sir John Salusbury (1 September 1707 – 2 May 1762) was a Welsh nobleman, explorer and co-founder of Halifax, Nova Scotia. He is credited as being one of the founders of modern Canada along with several other members of his expedition, including the Earl of Halifax and Edward Cornwallis.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Salusbury (diarist))

  • John Bettis

    John Bettis (born 24 October 1946) is an American lyricist who has co-written many famous popular songs over the years. He was originally part of the band Spectrum, which also featured Richard and Karen Carpenter.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Bettis)

  • John W. Welch

    John Woodland "Jack" Welch (born 1946) is an LDS law and religion scholar who currently teaches at the J. Reuben Clark Law School at Brigham Young University (BYU).... (extract from the wikipedia article on John W. Welch)

  • John Mankiewicz

    John Mankiewicz, born 18 February 1954 in New York City into the prolific Mankiewicz family, is an American television and film executive producer and screenwriter.. Filmography in The New York Times.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Mankiewicz)

  • John Thurston (artist)

    John Thurston (1774 - 1822) was an English wood engraver and illustrator. He began his artistic career as a copper plate engraver, working for James Heath.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Thurston (artist))

  • John Drinkwater Bethune

    Colonel John Drinkwater Bethune (1762- 1844) was an English army officer and military historian, and was well-known for his journal, which he kept during the Great Siege of Gibraltar.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Drinkwater Bethune)

  • John Béchervaise

    John Mayston Béchervaise OAM,MBE (11 May 1910 – 13 July 1998) was an Australian writer, photographer, artist, historian and explorer. He is especially notable for his work and achievements in Antarctica.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Béchervaise)

  • John Barrell

    John C. Barrell FEA FBA (3 February 1943) is a British academic in the field of English literature and is currently Professor of English at the University of York.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Barrell)

  • John H. Langbein

    John H. Langbein (born 1941) is the Sterling Professor of Law and Legal History at Yale Law School.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John H. Langbein)

  • John Scully (journalist)

    John Scully (born 1941) is a Canadian author, producer and journalist.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Scully (journalist))

  • John Craigie (musician)

    John Craigie (musician) is a Writer... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Craigie (musician))

  • John Newland Maffitt (preacher)

    John Newland Maffitt Sr. (December 28, 1795, Dublin, Ireland--May 28, 1850, Alabama), was an Irish-born American Methodist clergyman and itinerant preacher.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Newland Maffitt (preacher))

  • John de Silva

    John de Silva (1857–1922) was an influential Sri Lankan playwright.... ( from the wikipedia article on John de Silva)

  • John Jones (Tegid)

    John Jones (Tegid) is a Writer... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Jones (Tegid))

  • John Thomas Job

    John Thomas Job (May 21, 1867 – November 4, 1938), was a Welsh minister, hymn-writer and poet.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Thomas Job)

  • John Dennison

    John Sebastian Dennison (May 28, 1978— ) is a New Zealand poet, as well as a poetry scholar who has published on the poetry of New Zealand poet James K. Baxter.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Dennison)

  • John Landers

    John Maxwell Landers (born 1952) is Principal of Hertford College, Oxford.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Landers)

  • John Murray (novelist)

    John Murray (novelist) is a Writer... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Murray (novelist))

  • John Gregory (moralist)

    John Gregory (3 June 1724 – 9 February 1773), a.k.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Gregory (moralist))

  • John Pollack

    John Pollack (born c. 1966) is an American from Ann Arbor, Michigan whose past occupations include being a presidential speechwriter, an author, a foreign correspondent, and a boat maker.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Pollack)

  • John Davenant

    John Davenant (London, 20 May 1572- Salisbury, 20 April 1641) was an English academic and bishop of Salisbury from 1621.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Davenant)

  • John Michael Greer

    John Michael Greer (b. 1962 in Bremerton, Washington) is an American author, independent scholar, historian of ideas, cultural critic, Neo-druid leader, Hermeticist, environmentalist/conservationist, blogger, novelist, and occultist/esotericist who currently (2009) resides in Cumberland, Maryland after living in Ashland, Oregon for a number of years.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Michael Greer)

  • John O'Donnell (politician)

    John O’Donnell (1866–1920) was an Irish journalist, Nationalist politician and Member of Parliament (MP) in the United Kingdom House of Commons from 1900 to 1910.... ( from the wikipedia article on John O'Donnell (politician))

  • John Kirakosyan

    John Kirakosyan (, 1929, Yerevan - 1985) was an Armenian historian and political scientist. He was a Doctor of Historical Sciences, Professor of Yerevan State University, where he headed the department of the Eastern people's history for a long time.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Kirakosyan)

  • John Camden Hotten

    John Camden Hotten (1832, Clerkenwell-1873) was an English bibliophile and publisher.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Camden Hotten)

  • John Ney Rieber

    John Ney Rieber is an American comic book writer. He has been writing for the comics The Books of Magic, Captain America, G.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Ney Rieber)

  • David St John Thomas

    David St John Thomas (born 1929) is an English publisher and writer.... ( from the wikipedia article on David St John Thomas)

  • John Peter Gassiot

    John Peter Gassiot FRS (2 April 1797 – 15 August 1877) was an English businessman and amateur scientist and who was particularly associated with public demonstrations of electrical phenomena and the development of the Royal Society.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Peter Gassiot)

  • John R. Cavanaugh

    John Richard Cavanaugh (June 10, 1929 – July 26, 2007) was an American priest, teacher, and scholar.... ( from the wikipedia article on John R. Cavanaugh)

  • John Smith (English poet)

    John Smith (1662–1717) was an English poet and playwrightOxford Dictionary of National Biography Index Entry.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Smith (English poet))

  • John Dennant

    John Dennant (1839 – 12 June 1907) was an English-born educational administrator and geologist, president of the Royal Society of Victoria in 1903.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Dennant)

  • John Frederick Goddard

    John Frederick Goddard (1795 - 1866) was an English chemist who made important contributions to the early development of photography, in particular in his work for Richard Beard.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Frederick Goddard)

  • John Riddell (news)

    John Riddell (b.1956) is the co-anchor of Seven News in Adelaide.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Riddell (news))

  • John Chipman Gray

    John Chipman Gray is a Writer... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Chipman Gray)

  • John Davies (lecturer)

    John Davies or Davis (fl. 1816 – 1850) was an English scientist in Victorian Manchester.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Davies (lecturer))

  • John Daniel Wild

    John Daniel Wild (April 10, 1902 – October 23, 1972) was a twentieth century American philosopher. Wild began his philosophical career as an empiricist and realist but became an important figure within the movements of existentialism and phenomenology.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Daniel Wild)

  • John Pardee

    John Pardee is an American screenwriter and television producer, currently working as executive producer for Desperate Housewives.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Pardee)

  • John Easdale

    John Easdale is a Writer... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Easdale)

  • John Donnelly Fage

    John Donnelly Fage (1921-2002) was a British historian noted for his work on African history.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Donnelly Fage)

  • John Jaques (Mormon)

    John Jaques (January 7, 1827 – June 1, 1900) was a Latter Day Saint hymnwriter and missionary and an Assistant Church Historian for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Jaques (Mormon))

  • John Lawson Stoddard

    John Lawson Stoddard is a Writer... ( from the wikipedia article on John Lawson Stoddard)

  • John Allen Gable

    Dr. John Allen Gable (1943 – 2005) served as executive director of the Theodore Roosevelt Association from 1974 through to his death in February 2005.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Allen Gable)

  • John Grant (author)

    John Grant (born 1949) is a Scottish writer and editor of science fiction, fantasy, and non-fiction. Born as Paul le Page Barnett, Grant has sometimes written under his own name "Paul Barnett" or as "Eve Devereux".... ( from the wikipedia article on John Grant (author))

  • John Fullerton Cleland

    John Fullerton Cleland was a Protestant Christian missionary who served with the London Missionary Society during the late Qing Dynasty China.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Fullerton Cleland)

  • John Martin Fischer

    John Martin Fischer is currently a distinguished professor of philosophy at the University of California Riverside.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Martin Fischer)

  • John Hughes (poet)

    John Hughes (1677–1720) was an English poet also noted for his editing of and commentary on the works of Edmund Spenser. Writing at the very end of 17th Century and at the beginning of the 18th, he also translated French drama and poetry, including Molière.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Hughes (poet))

  • John Burgan

    John Burgan (born in 1962 in London) is an independent documentary director and writer. Many of his films are themed around identity, sense of belonging, and migration.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Burgan)

  • John Eppel

    John Eppel is a Writer... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Eppel)

  • John Statz

    John Statz is a folksinger/singer-songwriter, currently residing in Madison, Wisconsin.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Statz)

  • John Daniel Hayes

    John Daniel Hayes, (Born 23 January 1902 in New York City - died on 29 March 1991 in Cary, North Carolina) was a rear admiral in the United States Navy and a naval historian.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Daniel Hayes)

  • John Henry Coatsworth

    John Henry Coatsworth (born in 1940) is Professor of History and International and Public Affairs at Columbia University, director of Columbia's Institute for Latin American Studies. In April 2008 he was named dean of the School of International and Public Affairs.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Henry Coatsworth)

  • John Fitzpatrick (New South Wales politician)

    John Charles Lucas Fitzpatrick (15 February 1862 – 7 August 1932) was an Australian politician and journalist.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Fitzpatrick (New South Wales politician))

  • John Owen Jones (Ap Ffarmwr)

    John Owen Jones (1 January 1861 – 2 March 1899), commonly known by his bardic name of Ap Ffarmwr ("farmer's son"), was a Welsh campaigning journalist.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Owen Jones (Ap Ffarmwr))

  • John Bernard Meyer

    John Bernard Meyer (born July 22, 1933) is a retired journalist. Meyer worked as a CBS News Correspondent in the CBS Washington news bureau for between 1964 and 1975.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Bernard Meyer)

  • John Henry Brown

    John Henry Brown is a Writer... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Henry Brown)

  • John Farrell (poet)

    John Farrell (poet) is a Writer... ( from the wikipedia article on John Farrell (poet))

  • John Carroll (journalist)

    John S. Carroll (born 1941 or 1942) is an American newspaper journalist who served as the editor of The Los Angeles Times and The Baltimore Sun.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Carroll (journalist))

  • John MacKay (journalist)

    John MacKay is a Scottish broadcast journalist, television presenter and producer, who is currently the chief anchor for the Central Scotland edition of STV News at Six.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John MacKay (journalist))

  • John Angus Campbell

    John Angus Campbell is a Writer... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Angus Campbell)

  • John Fitzmaurice

    John Fitzmaurice (born 18 November 1947, Copenhagen, died September 2003, Brussels), was an administrator, academic and writer. He was an author of numerous books and articles on politics, concentrating on party politics and elections.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Fitzmaurice)

  • John Taylor Caldwell

    John Taylor Caldwell (July 14, 1911 - January 12, 2007) was a Glasgow-born anarchist communist and close associate and biographer of Guy Aldred. He wrote two volumes of autobiography which recount his early life growing up in Belfast, his early career as a mariner and his political development, as well as his close involvement with Aldred and the United Socialist Movement.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Taylor Caldwell)

  • John Buffalo Mailer

    John Buffalo Mailer (born April 16, 1978) is an author, playwright and journalist. He is the youngest child of American novelist Norman Mailer.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Buffalo Mailer)

  • John Altman (author)

    John Altman (born 1969) is an American thriller writer.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Altman (author))

  • John Cowles, Jr.

    John Cowles, Jr. (1929) is an American editor and publisher.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Cowles, Jr.)

  • John Nagl

    Lieutenant Colonel (Ret.) John A.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Nagl)

  • John King (Rector of Chelsea)

    John King (1 May 1652, St Columb Major, Cornwall – 30 May, 1732, Chelsea, London) was an English churchman, patron of the Church of Pertenhall in Bedfordshire.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John King (Rector of Chelsea))

  • John Toye

    John Toye (d. 28 April 1992) was a presenter and newsreader on Scottish television for over 20 years, and is best known as the former anchor on its flagship news programme Scotland Today.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Toye)

  • John Frederick Smith

    John Frederick Smith (1806-1890) was a popular English novelist, who has been called "England's most popular novelist of the mid-nineteenth century".ODNB... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Frederick Smith)

  • John B. Hoge

    John B. Hoge was a journalist, lawyer, and Democratic politician who served as a United States Representative from West Virginia.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John B. Hoge)

  • John Stackhouse (Globe and Mail)

    John Stackhouse (born 1962) is a Canadian journalist and author. He is the editor of the Globe and Mail's Report on Business section and, on May 25 2009, he was promoted to editor-in-chief of the newspaper as a whole.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Stackhouse (Globe and Mail))

  • John P. Matthew

    John P. Matthew is an Indian English writer, short story writer, poet and blogger.... ( from the wikipedia article on John P. Matthew)

  • John Heylyn

    John Heylyn (1685 – 11 August 1759) was an Anglican divine, who had a major influence on religious thought in eighteenth century England. Because of his interest in mysticism he was known as the Mystic Doctor.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Heylyn)

  • John William Fyfe

    John William Fyfe (born 1839, date of death unknown) was a teaching physician in New York in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. He was a physician of the Eclectic School and author of herbal manuals for physicians.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John William Fyfe)

  • John Valenti

    John Valenti (born John LiVigni) is an American singer-songwriter from Chicago, Illinois. He released one album in 1976, entitled Anything You Want, on Ariola Records.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Valenti)

  • John Bedford Leno

    John Bedford Leno is a Writer... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Bedford Leno)

  • John Stokes (artist)

    John Stokes is a British comics artist who has largely worked for IPC and Marvel UK and is best known for his work on Fishboy.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Stokes (artist))

  • John D. Sheridan

    John Desmond Sheridan (1903 – 1980) was an Irish novelist, short story writer, and humourist. He was a frequent contributor to the Irish Independent newspaper.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John D. Sheridan)

  • John Punnett Peters

    John Punnett Peters (1852-1921) was an American Episcopal clergyman and Orientalist, born in New York City. He graduated at Yale (1873) and studied at Berlin and at Leipzig.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Punnett Peters)

  • John V. Whitbeck

    John V. Whitbeck is an international lawyer based in Jedda, Saudi Arabia.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John V. Whitbeck)

  • John Newsom-Davis

    John Newsom-Davis is a Writer... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Newsom-Davis)

  • John Moyer (comedian, screenwriter)

    John Moyer (comedian, screenwriter) is a Writer... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Moyer (comedian, screenwriter))

  • John Joseph Briggs

    John Joseph Briggs (1819–76), naturalist and topographer, was born in the village of Kings Newton (or King's Newton), Derbyshire on 6 March 1819. His father, John Briggs, who married his cousin, Mary Briggs, was born and resided for 88 years on the same farm, at Kings Newton, which had been the freehold of his ancestors for three centuries.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Joseph Briggs)

  • John Joseph Haldane

    John Joseph Haldane is a Writer... ( from the wikipedia article on John Joseph Haldane)

  • John M. Culkin

    John M. Culkin, SJ, PhD (1928-July 23, 1993), leading media scholar and critic, educator, writer and consultant.... ( from the wikipedia article on John M. Culkin)

  • John Bowe (author)

    John Bowe (born 1964 in Minnesota) is an author who has contributed to The New Yorker, The American Prospect, GQ and This American Life,Gay Donor or Gay Dad? - New York Times and has published two books with Random House.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Bowe (author))

  • John Davies Knatchbull Lloyd

    John Davies Knatchbull Lloyd was born on 28 April 1900 at Plas Trefaldwyn, Montgomery in the present day county of Powys in mid Wales. He was the son of John Maurice Edward Lloyd a barrister.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Davies Knatchbull Lloyd)

  • John Cargher

    John Cargher is a Writer... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Cargher)

  • John O'Brien (bishop)

    Bishop John O'Brien (died 1767) was an Irish prelate.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John O'Brien (bishop))

  • John Elder Robison

    John Elder Robison (born 1957) is the author of the 2007 memoir Look Me in the Eye, detailing his life living with Asperger syndrome. He is the elder brother of memoirist Augusten Burroughs, who also wrote about his childhood in the memoir Running with Scissors.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Elder Robison)

  • John Oren Reed

    John Oren Reed (1856 - 1916) was an American physicist and university dean.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Oren Reed)

  • John Kao

    John Kao (born 1950) is an author and strategic advisor based in San Francisco. His work concentrates on issues of innovation and organizational transformation.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Kao)

  • John Mendelsohn

    John Mendelsohn aka John Mendelssohn, American is a singer and music critic.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Mendelsohn)

  • John Grey (screenwriter)

    John Grey (1873 – 27 June 1933), was an American screenwriter. He wrote for 60 films between 1917 and 1933.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Grey (screenwriter))

  • John Ardagh

    John Ardagh (28 May 1928, Nyasaland - 26 January 2008) was a British journalist, writer and broadcaster. In the 1950s and 1960s, he worked as a staff writer and correspondent for The Times and The Observer.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Ardagh)

  • John H. Murphy

    John Hulen Murphy, I (February 23, 1913 - September 29, 2007), a newspaperman for seventy-four years, was the longtime executive vice president of the Texas Daily Newspaper Association and the former assistant to the late Richard J.V.... ( from the wikipedia article on John H. Murphy)

  • John Sands

    John Sands is a Writer... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Sands)

  • John Arthur Andrews

    John Arthur "Jack" or "J.A.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Arthur Andrews)

  • John Adamson (antiquary)

    John Adamson (1787 - 1855) was an antiquary and Portuguese scholar from Newcastle upon Tyne.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Adamson (antiquary))

  • John Stephen Vaughan

    John Stephen Vaughan (1853–? ) was an English Roman Catholic bishop, brother of Bernard and Herbert Vaughan.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Stephen Vaughan)

  • John Boson (writer)

    John Boson (1655–1730) was a writer in the Cornish language. The son of Nicholas Boson, he was born in Paul, Cornwall.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Boson (writer))

  • John Edward Bowle

    John Edward Bowle (1905-1988) was an English historian and writer.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Edward Bowle)

  • John B. Tabb

    Father John Banister Tabb (March 22, 1845 - November 19, 1909) was an American poet, Roman Catholic priest, and professor of English. (Although often misspelled as Bannister, the poet's middle name is actually spelled with only one "n", Banister.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John B. Tabb)

  • John Morton Boyd

    Dr John Morton Boyd CBE (31 January 1925 – 25 August 1998) was a Scottish zoologist, writer and conservationist. He was a pioneer of nature conservation in Scotland.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Morton Boyd)

  • John Mulaney

    John Edmund Mulaney (born August 26,1982, Chicago, Illinois) is an American stand-up comedian and writer. He received a Bachelor's degree in English Literature at Georgetown University.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Mulaney)

  • John Borowski

    John Borowski is an American filmmaker whose recent films have focused on serial killers H.H.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Borowski)

  • John Conant

    Reverend John Conant BA, MA, DD (18 October 1608 – 12 March 1694) was a clergyman and Vice-Chancellor of Oxford University.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Conant)

  • John Chambers (writer)

    John Chambers is an American television soap opera writer. Beside writing for soaps, John also wrote an episode of JAG, Strange World, Law & Order: Special Victims Unit, Brooklyn South and NYPD Blue.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Chambers (writer))

  • John Denham Parsons

    John Denham Parsons was an English writer. He was a member of the Society for Psychical Research.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Denham Parsons)

  • John Whedon

    John Ogden Whedon (November 5, 1905 – November 21, 1991) was an American screenwriter. He is best known for his writing for the television series The Donna Reed Show during the 1950s.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Whedon)

  • John Hollingshead

    John Hollingshead is a Writer... ( from the wikipedia article on John Hollingshead)

  • John Scholastikos

    John Scholasticos was a neo-Chalcedonian theologian and the bishop of Skythopolis.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Scholastikos)

  • John S. Newman

    John S. Newman is an American television soap opera writer.... ( from the wikipedia article on John S. Newman)

  • John Bradbury (naturalist)

    John Bradbury (1768–1823) was a Scottish botanist noted for his travels in the United States Midwest and West in the early 19th Century and his eyewitness account of the New Madrid earthquake.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Bradbury (naturalist))

  • John PiRoman

    John PiRoman is an American television writer. Besides working on the daytime series, All My Children, PiRoman also wrote one episode of St.... ( from the wikipedia article on John PiRoman)

  • John Mecklin

    John Martin Mecklin (1918-1971) was an American journalist and diplomat. He wrote for the New York Times, Time magazine and Fortune magazine.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Mecklin)

  • John Kelly (author / illustrator)

    John Kelly (born 1964, in Stockton-on-Tees, England) is a British author and illustrator. His books include The Robot Zoo and Everyday Machines, both of which were shortlisted for the Rhône-Poulenc Junior Prize.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Kelly (author / illustrator))

  • John Carne

    John Carne (1789–1844) was an English traveller and author.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Carne)

  • John Hancock (ornithologist)

    John Hancock (1808-1890), naturalist, ornithologist, taxidermist and landscape architect. He is considered the father of modern taxidermy.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Hancock (ornithologist))

  • John Coldstream

    John Coldstream (1806–1863) was a Scottish physician.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Coldstream)

  • John Talbot Dillon

    Sir John Talbot Dillon, 1st Baronet (1739 – 17 July 1805) was an Irish politician and baronet, traveller and historical writer.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Talbot Dillon)

  • John McIntyre (copyeditor)

    John E. McIntyre was the assistant managing editor for the copy desk at The Baltimore Sun and a language blogger.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John McIntyre (copyeditor))

  • John Harris (college head)

    John Harris (March 8, 1802 – December 21, 1856), English Congregational minister, Christian essayist and author, became the first Principal of New College, St John’s Wood, London.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Harris (college head))

  • John Kelso Hunter

    John Kelso Hunter (15 December 1802 – 3 February 1873) was a self-taught Scottish portrait painter and author of two books.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Kelso Hunter)

  • John Lalor

    John Lalor (1814–1856) was an Irish journalist and author.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Lalor)

  • John Sidney Smith

    John Sidney Smith (1804–1871) was a legal writer.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Sidney Smith)

  • John Stoddart

    John Stoddart is a Writer... ( from the wikipedia article on John Stoddart)

  • John Seaward

    John Seaward (January 1786 - March 26, 1858), was a British civil engineer and mechanical engineer.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Seaward)

  • John Harris (curator)

    John Frederick Harris OBE (1931- ) is an English curator, historian of architecture, gardens and architectural drawings, and the author of more than 25 books and catalogues, and 200 articles. He is a Fellow and Curator Emeritus of the Drawings Collection of the Royal Institute of British Architects, founding Trustee of SAVE Britain's Heritage and SAVE Europe's Heritage, and founding member and Honorary Life President of the International Confederation of Architectural Museums.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Harris (curator))

  • John Jennings (musician)

    John Jennings is an American musician: a guitarist, multi-instrumentalist, and music producer.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Jennings (musician))

  • John Orlando Parry

    John Orlando Parry is a Writer... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Orlando Parry)

  • John Rogers (Fifth Monarchist)

    John Rogers (1627 - ?) was a Fifth Monarchist preacher of the 1650s, and later a physician.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Rogers (Fifth Monarchist))

  • John Kenrick (historian)

    John Kenrick (1788-1877) was an English classical historian.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Kenrick (historian))

  • John Kempthorne

    John Kempthorne (24 June 1775, Plymouth Dock, Devon – 9 November 1838, Gloucester) was an English clergyman and hymnwriter.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Kempthorne)

  • John Meehan (screenwriter)

    John Meehan (8 May 1890 – 12 November 1954) was a Canadian screenwriter. He wrote for 34 films between 1929 and 1948.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Meehan (screenwriter))

  • John Doyle (artist)

    John Doyle (born Dublin, 1797, died London, 2 January 1868), known by the pen name H. B.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Doyle (artist))

  • John Papaloizou

    John Papaloizou is a Writer... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Papaloizou)

  • John Hambrock

    John Hambrock is the creator of the comic strip The Brilliant Mind of Edison Lee. It first appeared in newspapers on November 12, 2006, and is syndicated worldwide by King Features Syndicate.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Hambrock)

  • John Clavell

    John Clavell (1601 – 1643) was a highwayman, author, lawyer, and doctor."John Clavell," in: The Oxford Companion to English Literature, Sixth Edition, Margaret Drabble, ed.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Clavell)

  • John Jea

    John Jea (born 1773) was an African-American slave, best known for his 1811 autobiography, The Life, History, and Unparalleled Sufferings of John Jea, the African Preacher.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Jea)

  • John Cartier

    John Cartier (1733 – January 25, 1802) was a British colonial governor in India. He served as Governor of Bengal from 1769 to 1772.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Cartier)

  • John Imray

    Dr. John Imray (11 January 1811 – 22 August 1880) was a medical doctor, legislator, agriculturist and botanist.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Imray)

  • John Owen (Owain Alaw)

    John Owen, also known by his bardic name Owain Alaw Pencerdd (November 14, 1821-January 29, 1883), was a Welsh language poet, baritone vocalist, accompanist and musician.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Owen (Owain Alaw))

  • John Tapp

    John Frederick “Johnny” Tapp OAM (born 1941 in Ramsgate, New South Wales ) is a former Australian racecaller based in Sydney, Australia.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Tapp)

  • John King Davis

    John King Davis is a Writer... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John King Davis)

  • John Rafer

    John Rafer is an English writer based in Suffolk, England. A writer of numerous newspaper and magazine articles, he is best known for his short story “Leather,” based on his experiences as a professional boxer in the 1980s.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Rafer)

  • John Byrne Cooke

    John Byrne Cooke (born 5 October 1940 in New York City, New York Clarke, Nick. Alistair Cooke: A Biography.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Byrne Cooke)

  • John Dragon Young

    John Dragon Young (1949-1996) was a scholar of Chinese history who was also the first history scholar to become an elected member of parliament in Hong Kong under British rule.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Dragon Young)

  • John Glassco

    John Glassco (1909-1981) was a Canadian poet, memoirist and novelist.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Glassco)

  • John Brandi

    John Brandi (born ) is an American poet and artist associated with the Beat Generation. San Francisco Poet Laureate Jack Hirschman has said of Brandi: “He has been an open roader for much of his life and like his two great forebears, Whitman and Neruda, has named the minute particulars, the details of his sojournings … infusing them with a whole gamut of feelings— compassionate, mischievous, loving and righteous.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Brandi)

  • John Mawe

    John Mawe is a Writer... ( from the wikipedia article on John Mawe)

  • John Lambert (naval historian)

    John Lambert is a naval illustrator and historian. He specialises in naval boats up to destroyer size.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Lambert (naval historian))

  • John Carroll (author)

    John Carroll (born 1944) is Professor of Sociology at La Trobe University, and author of Puritan, Paranoid, Remissive, Guilt, Ego and Soul, Humanism: The Rebirth and Wreck of Western Culture, and Intruders In The Bush: The Australian Quest For Identity.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Carroll (author))

  • Francis John Hyde Wollaston

    Francis John Hyde Wollaston (13 April 1762, London - 12 October 1823) was an English natural philosopher and Jacksonian Professor at the University of Cambridge.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on Francis John Hyde Wollaston)

  • John Cripps Pembrey Jnr

    John Cripps Pembrey Jnr (28 December 1831, Jericho, Oxford - 1 May 1918, Oxford) was a distinguished Oriental proof reader. He was apprentice to Thomas Combe and worked with his father John Cripps Pembrey Snr at Oxford University Press, setting up Sanskrit in type for publication, in 1849, of the first volumes of the Rig-Veda, one of the first printed Sanskrit books to become available to the Western world.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Cripps Pembrey Jnr)

  • John Robert Lucas

    John Robert Lucas is a Writer... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Robert Lucas)

  • John Case

    John Case or Johannes Casus (died 1600) was an English writer on Aristotle.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Case)

  • John Coyne (writer)

    John Coyne (born 1937) is an American writer. He is the author of more than twenty-five nonfiction and fiction books, including a number of horror novels, while his short stories have been collected in "best of" anthologies such as Modern Masters of Horror and The Year's Best Fantasy and Horror.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Coyne (writer))

  • John Murray (MP for Leeds West)

    John Murray (28 February 1879 – 28 December 1964) was a Scottish civil servant, university administrator and Liberal Party politician.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Murray (MP for Leeds West))

  • John Beaird

    John Beaird (April 9, 1953 – July 9, 1993) was a screenwriter and film producer. He was responsible for scripting two of the most well-known slasher films of the early 1980s, My Bloody Valentine (1981) and Happy Birthday To Me (1981), though his work on the latter went uncredited.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Beaird)

  • John Akar

    John Joseph Akar (1927 – 1975) was a Sierra Leonean (from a Lebanese descent) entertainer , writer, and diplomat. He served as Sierra Leonean Ambassador to the United States.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Akar)

  • John Costanza

    John Costanza is a Writer... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Costanza)

  • John Longhurst

    John Longhurst (born 1940) was an organist for the Mormon Tabernacle Choir for 30 years. He is also noted for writing the music to the Latter-day Saint hymn "I Believe in Christ" and being the one of the few main forces behind the design of the Conference Center organ.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Longhurst)

  • John Rigby Hale

    Sir John Rigby Hale (September 17, 1923 - August 12, 1999) was a British Renaissance historian, translator, editor, and university professor.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Rigby Hale)

  • John Zakour

    John Zakour (born 1957) is an American science-fiction and humor writer.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Zakour)

  • John Beer

    John Bernard Beer, FBA (born March 31, 1926) is a British literary critic. He is Emeritus Professor of English Literature at the University of Cambridge and a Fellow of Peterhouse, Cambridge.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Beer)

  • John Shea (playwright)

    John Shea (born February 10, 1964 in Somerville, Massachusetts) is an American playwright. Known for his dark and humorous dramas, Shea has been likened to Ernest Hemingway.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Shea (playwright))

  • John Pickstone

    John Pickstone is currently Wellcome Research Professor in the Centre for the History of Science, Technology and Medicine, in the Faculty of Life Sciences of the University of Manchester.Centre for the History of Science, Technology and Medicine (The University of Manchester) (Some of his writings have his name as 'John V.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Pickstone)

  • John A. Adam

    John A. Adam is a writer and editor, specializing in technology and society, in particular concerning issues of national security.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John A. Adam)

  • John Halligan (ice hockey)

    John Halligan, former New York Rangers public relations director and NHL executive, died Wednesay, January 20, 2010, at the age of 68.The cause of death was not disclosed.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Halligan (ice hockey))

  • John Rogers (divine)

    John Rogers (divine) is a Writer... ( from the wikipedia article on John Rogers (divine))

  • John E. McMurry

    John E. McMurry is a Writer... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John E. McMurry)

  • John Akomfrah

    John Akomfrah OBE (born 1957) is an English film director and screenwriter. He has directed 14 films since 1986.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Akomfrah)

  • William John Fitzpatrick

    William John Fitzpatrick (b. in Dublin, Ireland, 31 Aug.... (extract from the wikipedia article on William John Fitzpatrick)

  • John Brown of Bedford

    This article is about 19th and early 20th century theologian, for other people with the same name see John Brown.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Brown of Bedford)

  • John Iremil Teodoro

    John Iremil E. Teodoro (born November 14, 1973 in San Jose de Buenavista, Antique, Philippines) is a Filipino writer, university professor and freelance journalist.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Iremil Teodoro)

  • John S. Rigden

    John S. Rigden is an internationally-renowned American physicist.... ( from the wikipedia article on John S. Rigden)

  • John G. West

    John G. West is a Senior Fellow at the Seattle-based Discovery Institute (DI), and Associate Director and Vice President for Public Policy and Legal Affairs of its Center for Science and Culture (CSC), which serves as the main hub of the Intelligent design movement.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John G. West)

  • John Foster Kirk

    John Foster Kirk (March 23, 1824, Fredericton, New Brunswick – 1904) was an American historian, journalist, educator and bibliographer.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Foster Kirk)

  • John Terry (clergyman)

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  • John Carl Parish

    John Carl Parish (July 25, 1881 – January 13, 1939) was an American historian of American history.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Carl Parish)

  • John Keill

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  • John Cowper Granbery

    John Cowper Granbery (1829–1907) was an American clergyman of the Southern Methodist Episcopal church, born at Norfolk, Virginia. He graduated at Randolph Macon College in 1848, entered the Methodist ministry, and acted as chaplain in the Confederate army.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Cowper Granbery)

  • John Bainbridge Webster

    Professor John B. Webster, MA, PhD, DD, FRSE is a notable contemporary British theologian [formerly--see below] of the Anglican communion writing in the area of systematic, historical and moral theology.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Bainbridge Webster)

  • John J. McClellan

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  • John Fraser (botanist)

    John Fraser (1750 – 26 April 1811) was a Scottish botanist, born at Tomnacross, the Aird, Inverness-shire. He moved to London, where he started work as a draper working with linen, but then, together with his son, took up botanical collecting, sending his collections to his plant nursery in London and to other clients, including the Tsar of Russia, the Chelsea Physic Garden, William Aiton (head gardener of Kew Gardens), and Sir James Edward Smith.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Fraser (botanist))

  • John Glasby

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  • John Horne Burns

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  • John Evangelist Stadler

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  • John Latey

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  • John Jeffire

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  • John H. Davis (author)

    John H. Davis in Jacqueline Bouvier An Intimate Memoir, John Wiley & Sons, Inc, 1996... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John H. Davis (author))

  • John Russon

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  • John Wildman (actor)

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  • John McCabe (author)

    John McCabe, born Christopher John McCabe on 20th October 1967 to English parents in Vancouver, is an author now living in Birmingham with his wife and two children. He is currently employed by the Division of Medicine, University of Birmingham as Reader in Endocrine Cancer.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John McCabe (author))

  • John MacNeil

    John MacNeil (1854-August 1896), was a Presbyterian author and evangelist in Australia. He is best known for his 1894 book, The Spirit-Filled Life.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John MacNeil)

  • John Westlake

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  • John Lancaster Spalding

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  • George John Bennett

    George John Bennett (1800–1879) was for nearly 40 years a Shakespearian actor on the London stage, notably Covent Garden and Drury Lane. He was the son of the eminent popular comedian George Bennett and Harriet Morland, the daughter of an ancient family in Westmorland (parents: Jacob Morland of Killington, Dorothy Brisco of Kendal, and sister, Lady Shackerley of Somerford Hall).... (extract from the wikipedia article on George John Bennett)

  • John Sacret Young

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  • John C. Tibbetts

    John C. Tibbetts (born Paola, Kansas, October 6, 1946 and grew up in Leavenworth, Kansas) is an American film critic, historian, painter and pianist.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John C. Tibbetts)

  • John Triggs

    John Triggs (born 1976) is a British journalist and feature writer. He has written for a variety of different British national newspapers and magazines including the Daily Express, Sunday Express, Mail on Sunday, The Independent, and News of the World.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Triggs)

  • John Boyce

    John Boyce (born in Donegal, Ireland, in 1810, died in Worcester, Massachusetts, 2 January 1864) was a novelist, lecturer, and Catholic priest, known under the assumed name of "Paul Peppergrass".... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Boyce)

  • John Caryll (senior)

    John Caryll (b. West Harting, England, 1625; died 1711), 1st Baron Caryll of Durford, in the Jacobite Peerage, was a poet, dramatist, and diplomat; not to be confused with his nephew, John Caryll, the dedicatee of Alexander Pope's Rape of the Lock.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Caryll (senior))

  • John C. Anderton

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  • John Peet (1915–1988)

    John Peet (1915-1988) was a British journalist who defected to East Germany in 1950.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Peet (1915–1988))

  • John Charles Brooke

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  • John Joseph (academic)

    John Joseph (born 1923) is an American educator and historian who taught courses on the history of the Middle East and its relationship with the West at Franklin & Marshall College (F&M) in Lancaster, Pennsylvania from 1961 to 1988.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Joseph (academic))

  • John E. Tullidge

    John Elliott Tullidge, Sr.Middle name from (November 29, 1806 – January 17, 1873) was the first music critic in Utah Territory and was a Latter Day Saint musician and hymnwriter.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John E. Tullidge)

  • John Horne (botanist)

    John Horne (1835 – 1905) was the Director of the Botanical Gardens in Mauritius.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Horne (botanist))

  • John McIntyre (blogger)

    John E. McIntyre writes for the political blog, RealClearPolitics, and has had his opinions featured on the TIME blog.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John McIntyre (blogger))

  • John McCaa

    John McCaa (born in Rantoul, Illinois) is a news anchor currently working for WFAA-TV in Dallas, Texas. He has been working for WFAA since 1984.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John McCaa)

  • John Cork

    John Cork is an author, screenwriter, and documentary film director and producer.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Cork)

  • John Kay (journalist)

    John Kay (born 1944) is a British journalist who has worked for The Sun newspaper since 1974, and was appointed the publication's chief reporter in 1990. Twice named 'Reporter of the Year' in the British Press Awards, a Press Gazette feature in November 2005 identified him as the sixteenth most influential British journalist since the war.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Kay (journalist))

  • John Ferriar

    John Ferriar (1761, near Jedburgh, Roxburghshire, Scotland - February 4, 1815), was a physician and a poet, most noted for his leadership of the Manchester Infirmary, and his studies of the causes of diseases such as typhoid. UK M.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Ferriar)

  • John Elliot (scientist and physician)

    John Elliot MD (1747 – 22 July 1787) was a physician and scientist in eighteenth-century London who was the first person to conjecture that different parts of the retina respond to particular colours of light. However, he was obsessed with Mary Boydell, daughter of the publisher John Boydell, and in 1787 was arrested for attempting to murder her.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Elliot (scientist and physician))

  • John W. Boyer

    John W. Boyer (born 17, October 1946 in Chicago) is the Dean of the College and the Martin A.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John W. Boyer)

  • Kenneth John Conant

    Kenneth John Conant (1894 - 1984) was an American architectural historian specializing in medieval architecture.... ( from the wikipedia article on Kenneth John Conant)

  • John A. Murphy

    John A. Murphy is an Irish historian and a former senator.... ( from the wikipedia article on John A. Murphy)

  • John S. Koliopoulos

    John S. Koliopoulos (aka Giannēs S.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John S. Koliopoulos)

  • John W. Coffey

    John W. Coffey is an American author and art historian.... ( from the wikipedia article on John W. Coffey)

  • John Christopher Bartholomew

    John Christopher Bartholomew or J.C.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Christopher Bartholomew)

  • John Hooper (politician)

    John Hooper (1846 - 23 November 1897) was an Irish nationalist journalist, politician and MP. in the House of Commons of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland and as member of the Irish Parliamentary Party represented South-East Cork from 1885 to 1889.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Hooper (politician))

  • John Slotanus

    John Slotanus (also Schlottanus or van der Slootien, John Geffen) (died July 9, 1560) was a Dutch Roman Catholic polemical writer.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Slotanus)

  • John O'Donohue

    John O'Donohue (1 January 1956 – 3 January 2008) was a poet and Hegelian philosopher from County Clare, Ireland, where his father was a stonemason. He is best known for popularizing Celtic spirituality .... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John O'Donohue)

  • John J. Fitz Gerald

    John Joseph Fitz Gerald (March 7, 1893 – March 17, 1963) was a turf racing writer for the New York Morning Telegraph, from 1912 to 1940 (except for his service in World War I), serving as turf editor for the last 15 years. He was later the public relations director at various times for Garden State Racetrack and Atlantic City Race Course in New Jersey as well as the Tropical Park Race Track in Miami, Florida.... ( from the wikipedia article on John J. Fitz Gerald)

  • John Popielaski

    John Popielaski (born 1968 in Port Jefferson, New York) is a contemporary poet from Portland, Connecticut. To date, he has published two compilations, Contemporary Martyrdom and A Brief Euereka for the Alchemists of Peace.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Popielaski)

  • John Cruso

    John Cruso (~1595–1655) was a writer on military matters before the English Civil War, and a supporter of the Parliamentary... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Cruso)

  • John Joseph Lee

    John Joseph Lee (born 9 July 1942) is an Irish historian and former senator. He is currently Professor of History and Glucksman Professor for Irish Studies and Director of Glucksman Ireland House, at New York University.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Joseph Lee)

  • Madeleine St John

    Madeleine St John (12 November 194118 June 2006) was an Australian writer, the first Australian woman to be shortlistedBeresford, Bruce (2009) "In memory of a friendship", The Canberra Times, 28 March 2009, Panorama p. 9 for the Booker Prize for Fiction (in 1997 for her novel The Essence of the Thing).... (abstract from the wikipedia article on Madeleine St John)

  • John Nugent Fitch

    John Nugent Fitch is a Writer... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Nugent Fitch)

  • John Cherry Monks, Jr.

    John Cherry Monks Jr (born Pleasantville, New York 24 February 1910 died Pacific Palisades, California, 10 December 2004) was an author, actor, playwright, screenwriter, director, and a U.S.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Cherry Monks, Jr.)

  • John Daly (Fenian)

    John Daly (Fenian) is a Writer... ( from the wikipedia article on John Daly (Fenian))

  • John S. Tanner (Mormon)

    John S. Tanner (born 1950) is the current Academic Vice President of Brigham Young University (BYU).... ( from the wikipedia article on John S. Tanner (Mormon))

  • John Duncan (theologian)

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  • Robert John Thornton

    Robert John Thornton is a Writer... (abstract from the wikipedia article on Robert John Thornton)

  • John Roby

    John Roby is a Writer... ( from the wikipedia article on John Roby)

  • John Ponce

    John PonceJohn Punch; Johannes Poncius. (born in County Cork, Ireland 1603, died at Paris, 1661) was an Irish Franciscan philosopher and theologian.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Ponce)

  • John Falsey

    John Henry Falsey, Jr. (born 6 November 1951) is an American television writer and producer.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Falsey)

  • John Taylor, Esq.

    John Taylor, Esq. (1757–1832) was an English oculist, drama critic, editor and finally newspaper publisher, perhaps most famous for his posthumous memoir Records of my Life.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Taylor, Esq.)

  • John Dunning (journalist)

    John Dunning (1918 – March 1990) was born in Grand Rapids, Michigan, USA. His father disappeared and his mother Chrystal was left to bring him up.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Dunning (journalist))

  • John Stone (producer)

    John Stone (12 September 1888 – 3 June 1961) was an American film producer and screenwriter. He produced 77 films between 1930 and 1946.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Stone (producer))

  • John Bullokar

    John Bullokar (1574–1627), English physician and lexicographer, was born in St Andrew's parish, Chichester, Sussex, and baptized there on November 8, 1574, third of four known children of Elizabeth and William Bullokar.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Bullokar)

  • John Griffith Bowen

    John Griffith Bowen (born November 5, 1924) is a British playwright and novelist. Tim Woods (2001) "Who's Who of Twentieth Century Novelists", ISBN 0415165067 He was born in Calcutta, India, studied at the University of Oxford (at Pembroke College and St Antony's College) and worked in publishing, drama and television.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Griffith Bowen)

  • John Putnam Demos

    John Putnam Demos is an American author and historian. He has written two books which discuss witch-hunts and has discovered that one of his own ancestors was John Putnam Senior, ancestor of the Putnam family which was prominent in the Salem witch trials.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Putnam Demos)

  • John William Norie

    John William Norie (1772, London – 1843), was a mathematician, hydrographer, chart maker and publisher of nautical books most famous for his Epitome of Practical Navigation (1805) which became a standard work on navigation and went through many editions as did many of Norie's works.... ( from the wikipedia article on John William Norie)

  • John Nicolson (artist)

    John Nicolson (born Scotland 1891, died London September 3, 1951) was an artist, etcher and illustrator for books and periodicals.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Nicolson (artist))

  • John Logan (minister)

    John Logan (1748–1788) was a minister in Leith, Scotland. He was born at Soutra, Midlothian, to farmer George Logan.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Logan (minister))

  • John Gough (natural philosopher)

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  • John Steptoe

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  • John Holmes Jenkins

    John Homes Jenkins III (1940–1989) was an American historian, antiquarian bookseller, publisher, and poker player.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Holmes Jenkins)

  • John Goodchild

    John Goodchild, (1851-1914), was a physician and author of Light of the West.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Goodchild)

  • John Stephen Roy Chisholm

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  • John Burningham

    John Burningham is an award winning children's author and illustrator.Bloomsbury.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Burningham)

  • John McDougall (Australian politician)

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  • John McGlinn

    John McGlinn is a Writer... (extract from the wikipedia article on John McGlinn)

  • John Sutherland (Canadian writer)

    John Sutherland (21 February 1919 - 1 September 1956) was a Canadian poet, literary critic, and magazine editor based in Montreal, Quebec. Although he published numerous poems of his own, he was perhaps better known as the founder and editor of two important Canadian literary magazines, First Statement and Northern Review.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Sutherland (Canadian writer))

  • John Alfred Gotch

    John Alfred Gotch (1852 – 1942) was a noted British architect and architectural historian. His brother was the Pre-Raphaelite painter and illustrator Thomas Cooper Gotch, who painted his portrait.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Alfred Gotch)

  • John Ellis Williams

    John Ellis Williams (20 August 1924 – 7 December 2008) was a Welsh novelist and writer, writing in both English and Welsh.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Ellis Williams)

  • John McEneny

    John McEneny (born August 30, 1943, in Albany, New York), also known as Jack McEneny, is an American politician of the Democratic Party, and is currently a member of the New York State Assembly, representing about half of Albany County in the 104th Assembly District.Map of 104th Assembly District.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John McEneny)

  • John Everingham

    John Everingham is an Australian journalist residing in Thailand.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Everingham)

  • John Orloff

    John Orloff is an American screenwriter.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Orloff)

  • John Robbins (computer author)

    John Robbins (born 1964) is a computer specialist and author specializing in MS Windows.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Robbins (computer author))

  • John Gregory Brown

    John Gregory Brown is an American novelist.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Gregory Brown)

  • John Locke (poet)

    John Locke (1847–1889-01-31, was an Irish writer and Fenian activist, exiled to the United StatesMcCarthy 2007: p2003, and most famous for writing "Dawn on the Irish Coast", also known as "The Exiles Return, or Morning on the Irish coast".... ( from the wikipedia article on John Locke (poet))

  • John P. McCann

    John P. McCann is an American-born writer, actor and producer who has mostly focused on writing/producing animation and family-friendly scripts in the past.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John P. McCann)

  • John Thomason

    John William Thomason, Jr. (Huntsville, Texas, 28 February 1893 - 12 March 1944, San Diego, California) was a Lieutenant Colonel in the United States Marine Corps, as well as an author and illustrator of several books and magazine stories.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Thomason)

  • John Blackner

    John Blackner (1770–1816) was editor of The Statesman and author of a "history of Nottingham".... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Blackner)

  • John Menzies Macfarlane

    John Menzies Macfarlane (October 11, 1833 – June 4, 1892) was a Scottish Latter-day Saint hymnwriter, choir director and civic leader.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Menzies Macfarlane)

  • John Bauldie

    John Bauldie (23 August 1949 – 22 October 1996) was a British journalist, noted as one of the foremost experts on the work of Bob Dylan. He was the editor of the Dylan fanzine The Telegraph, and was also on the launch staff of Q magazine.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Bauldie)

  • John Phillips (actor)

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  • John Taylor (Unitarian hymn writer)

    John Taylor (30 July 1750 – 23 June 1826) was a successful businessman, poet and composer of hymns from Norwich, England.Chambers of Worcester, John (1829).... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Taylor (Unitarian hymn writer))

  • John Seely Hart

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  • John Graham Wallace

    John Graham Wallace (born August 23, 1966) was born in Felixstowe and grew up in Market Rasen, Lincolnshire.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Graham Wallace)

  • John Vincent Barry

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  • John Turman

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  • John Wesley Ryles

    John Wesley Ryles is a Writer... ( from the wikipedia article on John Wesley Ryles)

  • John FitzGerald (priest)

    Michael John FitzGerald (3 February 1927 - 28 November 2007) was a priest, academic and poet who was born in Ludlow, Shropshire. He professed a monk of the Carmelite Order in 1942, taking the name John and was ordained priest in 1951; he was Catholic Chaplain, University College of Wales, Aberystwyth 1964-70, Lecturer in Philosophy 1970-1993; priest, Parish of Llanelli 2004-07; and he died in Carmarthen on the 28 November 2007.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John FitzGerald (priest))

  • John Fitzgerald (poet)

    Fr John Fitzgerald (1927–2007) was a Carmelite priest, poet and philosopher.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Fitzgerald (poet))

  • John Edward Courtenay Bodley

    John Edward Courtenay Bodley (1853 – 1925) was an English civil servant, known for his writings on France.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Edward Courtenay Bodley)

  • John Bryson (author)

    John Bryson, (born in 1935 in Melbourne, Australia) is an Australian author and former lawyer. He has authored works of fiction, biography and other non-fiction.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Bryson (author))

  • John Whitehead (theologian)

    Dr. John Whitehead, Irish theologian, fl.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Whitehead (theologian))

  • John of Fintona

    John of Fintona, fl. late 13th century.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John of Fintona)

  • John Roderick (correspondent)

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  • John E. Thomas

    John E. (Edward) Thomas (1926, Merthyr Tydfil, Wales – 1996, Parry Sound, Ontario, Canada) was a Canadian philosopher and pioneer of medical ethics in CanadaCanada's Who's Who, 1996 Edition.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John E. Thomas)

  • John O'Bryan

    John O'Bryan is one of the current writers of the Avatar: The Last Airbender series on Nickelodeon. He has been writing for the series ever since the beginning of the show.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John O'Bryan)

  • John Connelly (historian)

    John Connelly is an American historian, an associate professor at the University of California, Berkeley. His interest include modern East and Central European history, comparative education, and history of nationalism.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Connelly (historian))

  • John H. Edelmann

    John H. Edelmann is a Writer... ( from the wikipedia article on John H. Edelmann)

  • John A. Jenkins

    John A. Jenkins (born 1950-12-16) is an American journalist, author, President and Publisher of CQ PressCQ Press: An Independent Publisher Advancing Democracy by Informing Citizens.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John A. Jenkins)

  • John Lanigan

    John Lanigan (1758 – 8 July 1825) was an Irish Church historian.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Lanigan)

  • John Matteson

    John Matteson (born March 3, 1961 in San Mateo, California) is a full professor of English and legal writing at John Jay College of Criminal Justice in New York City. He won the 2008 Pulitzer Prize for Biography for his first book, Eden's Outcasts: The Story of Louisa May Alcott and Her Father.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Matteson)

  • John Wilson Gladstone

    John Wilson Gladstone (born 25 December 1945) is the present Moderator of the Church of South IndiaAnglican Communion: Primates of the Anglican Communionas well as Bishop of South Kerala.Anglican Communion, Provincial Directory: South Kerala [http://www.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Wilson Gladstone)

  • John Waiko

    John Dademo Waiko, born in the village of Tabara in the Northern Province of Papua New Guinea in 1944Waiko, John D., A Short History of Papua New Guinea, 1993, ISBN 0-19-553164-7.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Waiko)

  • John Birmingham (astronomer)

    John Birmingham (1816–1884) http://www.askaboutireland.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Birmingham (astronomer))

  • John B. Wood

    John B. Wood (December 7, 1827 - January 28, 1884) was a 19th century journalist from Lebanon, Maine.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John B. Wood)

  • John Michael Allaby

    John Michael Allaby is an Aventis Junior prize winning author. He was born September 18, 1933, in Belper, Derbyshire in England.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Michael Allaby)

  • John Austin (1613–1669)

    John Austin (born 1613 at Walpole, Suffolk, England; died London, 1669) was an English lawyer and controversial writer.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Austin (1613–1669))

  • John Desmond

    John Desmond is a Writer... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Desmond)

  • John Allan Broun

    John Allan Broun, FRS (21 September 1817, Dumfries, Scotland – 22 November 1879), was a Scottish magnetician and meteorologist who carried out his studies on magnetism in India. One of the fundamental discoveries he made was that the Earth loses or gains magnetic intensity not locally, but as a whole.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Allan Broun)

  • John Shelton Curtiss

    John Shelton Curtiss (July 15, 1899-December, 1983), was an American historian, and historical scholar of old Yankee stock. Curtiss was a longtime professor of history at Duke University.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Shelton Curtiss)

  • John of Montson

    John of Montson (Juan de Monzón) (born at Monzón, Spain; date of birth c.1340, death after 1412) was an Aragonese Dominican theologian and controversialist.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John of Montson)

  • John Bagford

    John Bagford is a Writer... ( from the wikipedia article on John Bagford)

  • John Urry (literary editor)

    John Urry (1666, Dublin – 18 March 1715, Oxford) was a noted literary editor and medieval scholar of Scottish family.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Urry (literary editor))

  • John Ellis (clergyman died 1735)

    John Ellis (1674 – July 1735) was a Welsh cleric and antiquarian.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Ellis (clergyman died 1735))

  • John Ellis (clergyman died 1665)

    John Ellis (1598/9 – December 1665) was a Welsh Anglican clergyman and religious writer.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Ellis (clergyman died 1665))

  • David St. John

    David St. John (born 1949) is an American poet.... ( from the wikipedia article on David St. John)

  • John Stewart Socha

    John Stewart Socha is a Spring Grove, Minnesota-based radio broadcaster and journalist who specializes in technology subjects.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Stewart Socha)

  • John Franklin Carter

    John Franklin Carter is a Writer... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Franklin Carter)

  • John Kristen Skogan

    John Kristen Skogan (born 1942) is a Norwegian political scientist and politician for the Conservative Party.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Kristen Skogan)

  • John Lloyd (antiquary)

    John Lloyd (baptised 26 March 1733 – 22 May 1793) was a Welsh cleric and antiquarian.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Lloyd (antiquary))

  • John Martin Leahy

    John Martin Leahy is a Writer... ( from the wikipedia article on John Martin Leahy)

  • John Birmelin

    John Birmelin (October 31, 1873 – September 3, 1950) has been called the Poet Laureate of the Pennsylvania Dutch and is one of the most popular poets and playwrights in the Pennsylvania German dialect.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Birmelin)

  • John Wray (novelist)

    John Henderson (1971- ), better known by his pen name John Wray, is a novelist and regular contributor to The New York Times Magazine. Born in Washington, DC of an American father and Austrian mother, he is a citizen of both countries.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Wray (novelist))

  • Michael John Fles

    Michael John Fles (born November 11, 1936), known both as John Fles and Michael Fles, is an American poet, editor, musician and film personality. Professor David James referred to him as "the single most important promoter of underground film" in Los Angeles, California.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on Michael John Fles)

  • John Ross (activist)

    John Ross (born March 11, 1938) is an American author, poet, freelance journalist, and activist currently residing in Mexico City, Mexico. Since 1993, when Ross first broke the story in the Anderson Valley Advertiser, he has regularly covered the Zapatista Army of National Liberation (also known as the EZLN or Zapatistas) rebellion in Chiapas with articles appearing in both English and Spanish language news publications.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Ross (activist))

  • John Faucheraud Grimké

    John Faucheraud Grimké (December 16, 1752 – August 9, 1819) was an American jurist who served as the Senior Associate Justice, the equivalent of Chief Justice, of the South Carolina Supreme Court. He also served in the South Carolina state legislature.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Faucheraud Grimké)

  • John Baxter (author)

    John Baxter (born 1939 in Randwick, New South Wales ) is an Australian-born writer, journalist, and film-maker.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Baxter (author))

  • John F. Pollard

    Dr John F. Pollard (born November 23, 1944) a British historian, a fellow of Trinity Hall, Cambridge, a fellow of the Royal Historical Society and Emeritus Professor of Modern European History at Anglia Polytechnic University.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John F. Pollard)

  • John Tytell

    John Tytell (b. 1939) is an American writer, whose works on such literary figures including, Jack Kerouac, Ezra Pound, Allen Ginsberg, Henry Miller, and William S.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Tytell)

  • John Gray (Irish politician)

    John Gray (Irish politician) is a Writer... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Gray (Irish politician))

  • John Pourdehnad

    John Pourdehnad is a Writer... ( from the wikipedia article on John Pourdehnad)

  • John Chryssavgis

    John Chryssavgis (born 1 April 1958) is an author and theologian who serves as advisor to the Ecumenical Patriarch on environmental issues.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Chryssavgis)

  • John Kuntz

    John Kuntz is an American television writer and actor. He has written for Guiding Light (1983-1987) and As The World Turns (1987-1997).... ( from the wikipedia article on John Kuntz)

  • John Twist

    John Twist is a Writer... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Twist)

  • John William Corrington

    John William Corrington (October 1932 - November 1988) was an American movie and television writer, novelist, poet and lawyer. He received a B.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John William Corrington)

  • John Pryce

    John Pryce (1828 – 15 August 1903) was a Welsh clergyman and writer on church history, who became Dean of Bangor Cathedral.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Pryce)

  • John Pugsley

    John A. Pugsley is an American conservative libertarian political and economics commentator, lecturerFreedomFest Speakers List, 2007, and author.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Pugsley)

  • John Miles Foley

    John Miles Foley Is a scholar of comparative oral tradition, medieval and Old English Literature (particularly Beowulf), Ancient Greek (especially Homer) and Serbian epic. He is the founder of the academic journal Oral Tradition and the Center for Studies in Oral Tradition at the University of Missouri, where he is Curators' Professor of Classical Studies and English and W.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Miles Foley)

  • John David Jenkins

    John David Jenkins (30 January 1828 – 9 November 1876) was a Welsh clergyman and historian. He spent six years ministering in Pietermaritzburg; after his return to England, he became known as the "Rail men's Apostle" for his work with railway workers in Oxford.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John David Jenkins)

  • John Stewart Collis

    John Stewart Collis (1900-1984) was a British author.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Stewart Collis)

  • Timothy John Parker

    Timothy John Parker is a widely-published technical author, editor, trainer and consultant. He is claimed to be the most widely-published author on UNIX and Linux subjects.... (extract from the wikipedia article on Timothy John Parker)

  • John Milne (journalist)

    John Milne (born 13 May 1942) is a retired Scottish broadcaster and journalist who was known for presenting BBC Scotland's Reporting Scotland in the 1980s and 1990s and Good Morning Scotland on BBC Radio Scotland. Milne was also a presenter on Newsnight Scotland for much of the 2000s.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Milne (journalist))

  • John Christian Langli

    John Christian Langli (born 1961) is a Norwegian economist.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Christian Langli)

  • John Zarrella

    John Zarrella is an American news correspondent. He has worked for CNN since 1981.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Zarrella)

  • John Chetwode Eustace

    John Chetwode Eustace (b. in Ireland, c.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Chetwode Eustace)

  • John Tasker Howard

    John Tasker Howard (November 30, 1890 in Brooklyn, New York – November 20 1964 in West Orange, New Jersey) was an early American music historian, radio host, writer, lecturer, and composer. His Our American Music, published in 1931, was an early general history of music in the United States.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Tasker Howard)

  • John Pule

    John Pule, born in Liku, Niue in 1962Description of John Pule's painting Kulukakina (after experiencing something miraculous, withdraw), 2004 on the Queensland Art Gallery's website John Pule in the The Oxford Companion to New Zealand Literature, is a Niuean artist, novelist and poet.University of Otago He has lived in Auckland, New Zealand since the age of 3.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Pule)

  • John Michael Montias

    John Michael Montias (1928–2005) was an economist and art historian, well-known for his contributions to the economic history of Dutch Golden Age painting. Born in Paris, he studied at Columbia University, where he received his Ph.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Michael Montias)

  • John Pitman (journalist)

    John Pitman (born 18 November 1940) is a television reporter and interviewer best known for his work on the BBC documentary series Man Alive.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Pitman (journalist))

  • John Hunwick

    John Owen Hunwick (Born 1936, Chard, Somerset, England) is a noted professor, author, Africanist. He has published several books, articles and journals in the African Studies field.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Hunwick)

  • John Tinker (producer)

    John Tinker (born July 11, 1958) is an Emmy award winning American television producer and writer. Tinker is the co-creator of the CBS drama Judging Amy, and has been an executive producer and writer on American television shows such as the CBS drama Chicago Hope, the ABC drama The Practice, and the NBC drama The Book Of Daniel.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Tinker (producer))

  • John James Fox

    John James Fox (born 1980 in Liverpool) is an English director of music videos.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John James Fox)

  • John K. Rollinson

    John K. Rollinson (May 14, 1884 – March 2, 1948) was an American writer of western non-fiction.... ( from the wikipedia article on John K. Rollinson)

  • John O'Hagan

    John O'Hagan (b. at Newry, County Down, Ireland, 19 March 1822; d.... ( from the wikipedia article on John O'Hagan)

  • John Canaday

    John Edwin Canaday (b. February 1, 1907, Fort Scott, Kansas - d.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Canaday)

  • John Talman

    John Talman is a Writer... ( from the wikipedia article on John Talman)

  • John Edward Daniel

    John Edward Daniel (26 June 1902 – 11 February 1962) was a Welsh theologian and college lecturer who became chairman of the Welsh political party Plaid Cymru.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Edward Daniel)

  • John Manningham

    John Manningham (died 1622) was an English lawyer and diarist, a contemporary source for Elizabethan and Jacobean life and the London dramatic world, including William Shakespeare.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Manningham)

  • John Herlihy

    John Ahmed Herlihy is an author of books and articles on the subjects of Islam, the modern world, and Ayurveda.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Herlihy)

  • John B. Willett

    John Willett was born in 1947 in Leeds and raised from the age of 10 in Harrogate, in the North of England. He studied physics at Oxford University from 1967 through 1970.... ( from the wikipedia article on John B. Willett)

  • John Francis Neylan

    John Francis Neylan, lawyer, journalist, political and educational figure, was born in New York City on November 6, 1885. After graduation from Seton Hall College in New Jersey in 1903, he came West.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Francis Neylan)

  • John Hunt (antiquarian)

    John Hunt (1900 1976) was a historian, antiquarian, and collector. Together with his wife Gertrude, he amassed the collection that today forms the basis of the Hunt Museum, Limerick, Ireland.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Hunt (antiquarian))

  • John Pielmeier

    John Pielmeier (born February 23, 1949) is an American playwright and screenwriter.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Pielmeier)

  • John Hudson (mathematician)

    John Hudson (1773 – 31 October 1843) was an English mathematician and clergyman. He was notable for being a senior wrangler as well as the tutor of George Peacock.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Hudson (mathematician))

  • John Fitzsimmons

    The Reverend John Fitzsimmons (born Paisley 2 December 1939 - died Gourock 17 May 2008) was a Scottish Roman Catholic priest and radio presenter who presented The Greetings radio program on BBC Radio Scotland for many years.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Fitzsimmons)

  • John Jerome

    John Jerome (1932-2002) was an American writer of nonfiction.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Jerome)

  • John Gee

    John Laurence Gee (born 1964) is an American Latter-day Saint and Egyptologist at Brigham Young University (BYU) who is known for his writings in support of the Book of Abraham.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Gee)

  • John Rutledge (economist)

    Dr. John Rutledge (born August 16, 1948) was one of the principal architects of the Reagan economic plan in 1980-81 and has been an advisor to the George W.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Rutledge (economist))

  • John A. Tvedtnes

    John Alexander Tvedtnes (born January 26th, 1941) was senior resident scholar with the Neal A. Maxwell Institute for Religious Scholarship at Brigham Young University (BYU).... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John A. Tvedtnes)

  • John D. Marks

    John D. Marks is a former officer of the United States Department of State who co-authored the 1974 controversial non-fiction political book The CIA and the Cult of Intelligence with Victor Marchetti.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John D. Marks)

  • John Olav Egeland

    John Olav Egeland (born 2 November 1951 in Båtsfjord) is a Norwegian journalist and editor.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Olav Egeland)

  • John Hemingway

    John Patrick Hemingway 1960, is an American author, whose critically acclaimed memoir Strange Tribe: A Family Memoir examines the similarities and the complex relationship between his father Dr. Gregory Hemingway and his grandfather, the Nobel Laureate Ernest Hemingway; in particular it addresses the issue of his father’s cross-dressing and sex reassignment and its connection to Ernest Hemingway.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Hemingway)

  • John H. Reese

    John H. Reese is a Writer... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John H. Reese)

  • John Hartung

    John Hartung (born 1947) is an Associate Professor of Anesthesiology at the State University of New York. He went to Ascension Catholic School and his PhD is from Harvard University in anthropology.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Hartung)

  • John Siceloff

    John Siceloff (b. Oct 21, 1953, Frogmore, South Carolina) is an American Television producer.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Siceloff)

  • John A. Willis

    John Alvin Willis (born Oct. 16, 1916) is an American theatre and film book editor, theatre awards producer, actor, and educator.... ( from the wikipedia article on John A. Willis)

  • John Patrick Diggins

    John Patrick Diggins (April 1, 1935 – January 28, 2009) was a professor of history at the City University of New York Graduate Center, the author of more than a dozen books on widely variant subjects in American intellectual history, and one of the leading scholars in his field.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Patrick Diggins)

  • John Hughes (editor)

    R. John Hughes was a Nieman Fellow at Harvard University, and he won the Pulitzer Prize for his coverage of Indonesia and the Overseas Press Club Award for an investigation into the international narcotics traffic.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Hughes (editor))

  • John Thomas Idlet

    John Thomas Idlet is a Writer... ( from the wikipedia article on John Thomas Idlet)

  • John Lawton (author)

    John Lawton is an author of crime/espionage stories primarily set in England during World War II and the Cold War].... ( from the wikipedia article on John Lawton (author))

  • John Kemény (Prince)

    János Kemény (December 14, 1607 in Magyarbükkös – January 23, 1662 in Nagyszőllős) was a Hungarian aristocrat, writer and prince of Transylvania.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Kemény (Prince))

  • John Bouverie

    John Bouverie (c. 1723 – 19 September 1750) was a British antiquarian and art collector.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Bouverie)

  • John Wigan (physician)

    John Wigan (physician) is a Writer... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Wigan (physician))

  • John Hedgecoe

    John Hedgecoe (born 1932) is an award-winning photographer and best-selling author of over 30 books on photography. He established the photography department in 1965 at the Royal College of Art, where he was Professor from 1975–1994 and is currently Professor Emeritus.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Hedgecoe)

  • Samuel John Stone

    Samuel John Stone is a Writer... ( from the wikipedia article on Samuel John Stone)

  • William John Hutchins

    William John Hutchins (born 1939) is an English linguist and information scientist specialized in machine translation.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on William John Hutchins)

  • John Yudkin

    John Yudkin (8 August 1910 - 12 July 1995) was a British physiologist and scientist. He was raised in London in a Jewish family that had fled the Russian pogroms of 1905.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Yudkin)

  • John Foster Fraser

    Sir John Foster Fraser (1868-1936) was a British travel author. In July 1896, he and two friends, Edward Lunn and F.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Foster Fraser)

  • John Hope (writer)

    John Hope (writer) is a Writer... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Hope (writer))

  • John Norton (Puritan divine)

    John Norton (born Bishop's Stortford, Hertfordshire, England, May 6, 1606; died Boston, Massachusetts, April 5, 1663) was a Puritan divine, and one of the first authors in the United States of America.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Norton (Puritan divine))

  • John Brande Morris

    John Brande Morris, known to friends as Jack Morris (born at Brentford, Middlesex, 4 September 1812; died at Hammersmith, London, 9 April 1880) was an English Anglican theologian, later a Roman Catholic priest. He was a noted academic eccentric, but an important scholar of Syriac.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Brande Morris)

  • John Wort Hannam

    John Wort Hannam is a Canadian Folk Music musician, from Fort Macleod, Alberta. He was born on the Isle of Jersey of the British Channel Islands The Lodge on Amherst Island » Concert: JOHN WORT HANNAM Solo on a Friday at The Lodge.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Wort Hannam)

  • John Nicolson (journalist)

    John Nicolson is a Scottish television newscaster and journalist based in London. He has reported for and presented many high profile network news shows in Britain.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Nicolson (journalist))

  • John Grant (children's author)

    John Grant is a Scottish author and illustrator, possibly best known as the author of the Littlenose series of children's stories, which he read on the BBC's Jackanory in 55 programmes from 1968 to 1986.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Grant (children's author))

  • John Harris (critic)

    John Harris (born 1969) is a British journalist, writer, and critic. Harris was raised in Cheshire by a university lecturer and a teacher and became fixated by pop music at an early age.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Harris (critic))

  • John Dehlin

    John P. Dehlin is the creator of several Mormon-themed podcasts, blogs and web sites including the Mormon Stories podcast and blog, the Mormon Matters blog and podcast, the Understanding LDS Homosexuality podcast, the Mormons for Marriage web site (co-founder), and the StayLDS web site and forum.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Dehlin)

  • John Gardiner Calkins Brainard

    John Gardiner Calkins Brainard is a Writer... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Gardiner Calkins Brainard)

  • John Poole (playwright)

    John Poole, Esq. (1786-1872), an English playwright, was one of the earliest and best known 19th century playwrights of the comic drama, the farce.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Poole (playwright))

  • John Hunter Booth

    John Hunter Booth (27 November 1886 – 23 November 1971) was an American playwright. He wrote 7 films between 1922 and 1933.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Hunter Booth)

  • John Koethe

    John Koethe is a Writer... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Koethe)

  • John Wallace (Florida politician)

    John Wallace (1842 - November 25, 1908) was a freedman, writer, teacher and Florida Republican politician who served in the Florida Legislature. Freed during the Civil War, he served in the Union Army.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Wallace (Florida politician))

  • John Kassay

    Dr. John Kassay (1919 in Bayonne, NJ - February 17, 2004 in San Bruno, CA) was an expert in Shaker and Windsor furniture as well as a skilled craftsman, draftsman and photographer.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Kassay)

  • John Bingham, 7th Baron Clanmorris

    John Bingham, 7th Baron Clanmorris is a Writer... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Bingham, 7th Baron Clanmorris)

  • John Roy Carlson

    John Roy Carlson (April 9, 1909, Alexandroupoli — April 23, 1991, New YorkAvedis Derounian, Social Security Death Index) is one of the many pen names of Avedis Boghos Derounian, (other quote elided) the journalist and best-selling author of Under Cover.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Roy Carlson)

  • John Wilson (playwright)

    John Wilson (1627–1696) was an English playwright.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Wilson (playwright))

  • John Monk Saunders

    John Monk Saunders was an American novelist, screenwriter and movie director, born in Hinckley, Minnesota on 22 November 1897. He served in the Air Service during World War I as a flight instructor in Florida, but was never able to secure a posting to France, a disappointment that frustrated him for the remainder of his life.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Monk Saunders)

  • John Henry Whyte

    John Henry Whyte (30 April 1928, Penang, Malaysia–16 May 1990, New York, United States) was an Irish historian, political scientist and author of books on Northern Ireland, divided societies and on church-state affairs in Ireland.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Henry Whyte)

  • John Delavau Bryant

    John Delavau Bryant (b. in Philadelphia, U.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Delavau Bryant)

  • John Hutton (author)

    John Hutton (1928 -) is a British writer of crime and thriller novels. He was born in Manchester and educated at Burnage Grammar School and the University of Wales.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Hutton (author))

  • John Bartholomew Senior

    John Bartholomew Senior (April 26, 1805 – April 8, 1861) was a Scottish cartographer and engraver.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Bartholomew Senior)

  • John (Ian) Bartholomew

    John Bartholomew CBE, generally known as Ian Bartholomew (12 February 1890 – 9 February 1962) was a Scottish cartographer and geographer.... ( from the wikipedia article on John (Ian) Bartholomew)

  • John Holt (author)

    John Holt (author) is a Writer... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Holt (author))

  • John Russell (art critic)

    John Russell CBE (22 January 1919 – 23 August 2008) was a British American art critic.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Russell (art critic))

  • John Constable (Jesuit)

    John Constable (alias Lacey; pen-name Clerophilus Alethes) (born in Lincolnshire, 10 November 1676 or 1678; died 28 March 1743) was an English Jesuit controversial writer.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Constable (Jesuit))

  • Arthur John Williams

    Arthur John Williams (14 April 1834 – 1911) was a Welsh lawyer, author and Member of Parliament for South Glamorganshire 1885-1895.... (extract from the wikipedia article on Arthur John Williams)

  • John Tidmarsh

    John Tidmarsh is a Writer... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Tidmarsh)

  • Christopher St. John

    Christopher St. John (sometimes credited at Chris St.... (extract from the wikipedia article on Christopher St. John)

  • John Kelt Edwards

    John Kelt Edwards (1875- 11 October 1934) was a Welsh artist and cartoonist. The son of a shopkeeper from Blaenau Ffestiniog, Edwards was educated at Llandovery College.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Kelt Edwards)

  • John Berry (film director)

    John Berry (September 6, 1917 – November 29, 1999) was an American film director, who went into self-exile in France when his career was interrupted by the Hollywood blacklist.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Berry (film director))

  • John Northern Hilliard

    John Northern Hilliard (born Palmyra, New York State, 1872, died March 14, 1935) was the author of a best-selling book on on magic, Greater Magic.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Northern Hilliard)

  • John Logan (poet)

    John Logan (born 1923, Red Oak, Iowa - died November 6, 1987, San Francisco, California) was an American poet and teacher.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Logan (poet))

  • John Thomas Gilbert

    Sir John Thomas Gilbert (b. in Dublin, 23 January, 1829; d.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Thomas Gilbert)

  • John Church Hamilton

    John Church Hamilton (Born August 22, 1792 - died July 25, 1882) was the forth son, fifth child of the founding father Alexander Hamilton. He was a lawyer, fought in the War of 1812, and devoted decades to writing a many-volumed life of his father and sorting through his letters and other papers.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Church Hamilton)

  • John Williams (barrister)

    John Williams (12 September 1757 – 27 September 1810) was a Welsh lawyer and writer on legal topics.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Williams (barrister))

  • John L. Goldwater

    John L. Goldwater is a Writer... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John L. Goldwater)

  • John Joseph Jones (writer)

    John Joseph Jones (1930–2000) was a British and Australian poet, folk singer, musician, playwright, and theatre director.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Joseph Jones (writer))

  • Dorothy Gaiter and John Brecher

    Dorothy J. Gaiter and John Brecher are American journalists, authors and wine critics, wife and husband who jointly wrote a wine column in The Wall Street Journal titled "Tastings" between 1998-2009.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on Dorothy Gaiter and John Brecher)

  • John Holwell

    John Holwell (24 November 1649Ashmole MS. 240, f.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Holwell)

  • John Murray (sports broadcaster)

    John Murray is an English sports broadcaster who currently works for BBC Radio 5 Live as a commentator.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Murray (sports broadcaster))

  • John Douglas (author)

    John Douglas is an author who wrote 4 horror novels in the mid 1990s. They are:... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Douglas (author))

  • John Healy (Irish journalist)

    John Healy (1930-1991) was an Irish journalist who wrote for Western People and The Irish Times.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Healy (Irish journalist))

  • John Adikes Bond

    John Adikes Bond is an author, attorney, poker player, political activist and real estate developer born in Jamaica, New York January 14, 1955. He grew up in Massapequa and Port Washington, New York before moving to South Florida in 1972.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Adikes Bond)

  • John Price (classical scholar)

    John Price (c1602–1676) was a classical scholar, publisher and collector of books. He was a Roman Catholic who described himself as ‘Anglo-Britannus’.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Price (classical scholar))

  • John Bangsund

    John Bangsund (born 1939) was a prominent Australian science fiction fan in the 1960s, 1970s and 1980s. He was a major force, with Andrew I.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Bangsund)

  • John Fahy (writer)

    John Fahy (born November 23, 1971) is a New York City based script doctor and film editor.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Fahy (writer))

  • John Vernon Lord

    John Vernon Lord is an illustrator, author and teacher. He has illustrated many classical texts, including Aesop's Fables Aesop's Fables, edited and illustrated by John Vernon Lord, verses by James Michie, Jonathan Cape 1989, The Nonsense Verse of Edward Lear The Nonsense Verse of Edward Lear, edited and illustrated by John Vernon Lord, Jonathan Cape 1984.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Vernon Lord)

  • John L. Nelson

    John Lewis Nelson (June 29, 1916 – August 25, 2001) was a jazz musician. He is best known as the father of the musician Prince.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John L. Nelson)

  • John Meredith (folklorist)

    John Stanley Raymond Meredith (17 January 1920 – 18 February 2006) was an Australian pioneer folklorist.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Meredith (folklorist))

  • John Matshikiza

    John Matshikiza (26 November 1954 – 15 September 2008) was a South African actor, theatre director, poet and journalist.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Matshikiza)

  • John Dale (writer)

    John Dale (born 15 January, 1953 in Sydney, New South Wales) is an Australian author of crime fiction and true crime books. He completed a Doctorate of Creative Arts at the University of Technology, Sydney, in 1999, and subsequently joined the UTS writing Program where he is Head of Creative Practices and Director of the UTS Centre for New Writing.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Dale (writer))

  • John Helmer

    John Helmer (born 1956) is a former musician and part-time writer best known for contributing lyrics for Marillion.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Helmer)

  • John Crittenden Duval

    John Crittenden Duval (1816-1897) was an American writer of Texas literature. He has been noted as being the first Texas man of lettersDobie, J.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Crittenden Duval)

  • John Hulme (author)

    John Hulme (born circa 1970) is one of the two co-authors of The Seems book series. with Michael Wexler.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Hulme (author))

  • John Milton Harney

    John Milton Harney (1789-1825) was an American physician and poet.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Milton Harney)

  • John Oxlee

    John Oxlee (1779–1854) was an English philologist and writer on theology.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Oxlee)

  • John Gifford Bellet

    John Gifford Bellet (1795–1864) was an Irish Christian writer and theologian, and was influential in the beginning of the Plymouth Brethren movement.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Gifford Bellet)

  • John Hungerford Pollen (senior)

    John Hungerford Pollen (1820-1902) was an English artist and writer on crafts and furniture.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Hungerford Pollen (senior))

  • John David Edwards

    John David Edwards (19 December 1805 – 24 November 1885) was a Welsh cleric and hymn-tune composer.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John David Edwards)

  • John Hungerford Pollen (Jesuit)

    John Hungerford Pollen (1858-1925) was an English Jesuit, known as a historian of the Protestant Reformation.John Vidmar, English Catholic Historians and the English Reformation, 1585-1954: 1585-1954 (2005) pp.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Hungerford Pollen (Jesuit))

  • John Guille Millais

    John Guille Millais is a Writer... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Guille Millais)

  • John Lennox

    John Carson Lennox is Professor of Mathematics at the University of Oxford and Fellow in Mathematics and Philosophy of Science, and Pastoral Advisor at Green Templeton College.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Lennox)

  • John Broderick (writer)

    John Broderick was an Irish novelist.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Broderick (writer))

  • John Landry

    John Landry is a Writer... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Landry)

  • John C. Champion

    John C. Champion (born 13 October 1923 in Denver, Colorado died 3 October 1994 in Tarzana, California) was an American producer and screenwriter.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John C. Champion)

  • John Hymers

    John Hymers (20 July, 1803–7 April, 1887), mathematician, was born at Ormesby, near Middlesbrough, Yorkshire, the son of Thomas Hymers, a tenant farmer under Sir James Pennymon, and his wife, the daughter of John Parrington, rector of Skelton-in-Cleveland, England.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Hymers)

  • John A. Newton

    Rev Dr John A Newton CBE is a prominent Methodist minister, author, historian and former President of the Methodist Conference. Dr Newton is the current president of the Wesley Historical Society.... ( from the wikipedia article on John A. Newton)

  • John Austen

    John Austen (1886 – 1948) was an English book illustrator. His early works, including a fine Hamlet, were Beardsleyesque in style, but after 1925 he was influenced by the Art Deco movement.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Austen)

  • John Banovich

    John Banovich is an American artist born in Butte, Montana. Mill Pond Press: Biography, John Banovich He is best known for his large format oil paintings of wildlife.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Banovich)

  • John Becker (writer)

    John Becker is a writer based in the Washington, D.C.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Becker (writer))

  • John Simmons (conductor)

    John Simmons (April 14, 1943 - March 16, 1988) is an American conductor, musical arranger, soul singer and keyboardist.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Simmons (conductor))

  • John Tosh

    John Tosh is a British historian and Professor of History at Roehampton University. http://www.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Tosh)

  • John Maxwell Edmonds

    John Maxwell Edmonds is a Writer... ( from the wikipedia article on John Maxwell Edmonds)

  • John F. Manning

    John F. Manning is a prominent American legal academic and a professor at Harvard Law School.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John F. Manning)

  • John Entick

    John Entick (1703?-1773) was an English schoolmaster and author.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Entick)

  • John Wainwright (author)

    John William Wainwright (February 25, 1921 - September 1995), was a British crime novelist and author of 83 books, four of which have been published under the pen name Jack Ripley. He also wrote some short stories (mostly uncollected in book format), 7 radio plays, and an indefinite amount of magazine articles and newspaper columns.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Wainwright (author))

  • John M. Ackerman

    Dr. John Mill Ackerman Rose is an author as well as a professor at the Institute of Legal Research of the Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México (UNAM) and vice president of the International Association of Administrative Law.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John M. Ackerman)

  • John Davies (translator)

    John Davies (25 May 1625 – 1693) was a Welsh translator and writer.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Davies (translator))

  • S. John Ross (artist)

    S. John Ross (artist) is a Writer... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on S. John Ross (artist))

  • John A. Mackay

    John A. Mackay is a Writer... (extract from the wikipedia article on John A. Mackay)

  • John Hoerr

    John Hoerr is an American journalist and historian best known for his work on organized labor, industry, and politics.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Hoerr)

  • John Klier

    Professor John Klier (1944-2007) was a pioneering historian of Russian Jewry and a pivotal figure in academic Jewish studies and East European history in the UK and beyond. At the end of his career and life, Professor Klier was the Sidney and Elizabeth Corob Professor of Modern Jewish History at University College London.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Klier)

  • John Salusbury (poet)

    John Salusbury (1567 – 24 July 1612) was a Welsh knight, politician and poet.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Salusbury (poet))

  • John Holland (poet)

    John Holland (14 March 1794–28 December 1872) was an English poet and newspaper editor.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Holland (poet))

  • John Derhak

    John Derhak (born 1957) is a novelist, writer, and historian.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Derhak)

  • John Craig (classicist)

    John Douglas Craig (31 May 1887 – 13 May 1968) was a Scottish classicist, who was Firth Professor of Latin at the University of Sheffield from 1930 to 1952.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Craig (classicist))

  • John Lloyd-Jones

    John Lloyd-Jones (14 October 1885 – 1 February 1956) was the first Professor of Welsh at the National University of Ireland, Dublin, working in Dublin for over 40 years. In addition to his scholarly publications, he was also a prize-winning poet.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Lloyd-Jones)

  • John Nesbitt (announcer)

    John Nesbitt (announcer) is a Writer... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Nesbitt (announcer))

  • John D. Stewart (journalist)

    John D. Stewart (October 16, 1915- July 1, 1998) was one of the founders of BNA (Bureau of National Affairs, Inc.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John D. Stewart (journalist))

  • John Owen (author)

    John Owen was a children's author and director and is best known for his Welsh teen television drama “Pam fi Duw” (Why me God), a series of books and TV programs which he wrote and directed. In 1995, 1997 and 1999 he won the Tir na n-Og Award for the best Welsh Language fiction book for Children.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Owen (author))

  • John Hamilton Reynolds (poet)

    John Hamilton Reynolds (1796–1852) was an English solicitor and poet. John Hamilton was the son of George Hamilton, writing master at Christ's Hospital.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Hamilton Reynolds (poet))

  • John D. T. McAllister

    John Daniel Thompson McAllister (February 19, 1827 – January 21, 1910) was a 19th century regional leader of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (LDS Church). He is possibly most notable for having written the "Hand Cart Song".... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John D. T. McAllister)

  • John Hilton III

    John Hilton III (born 1977) is a religion professor at Brigham Young University and the author of several books aimed at teaching doctrines of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints to teenagers.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Hilton III)

  • Alexander John Forsyth

    Alexander Forsyth (1768-1843) was a Scottish Presbyterian clergyman who invented the percussion ignition.Overview of Rev.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on Alexander John Forsyth)

  • John Palgrave Simpson

    John Palgrave Simpson was significant contributor to the world of mid-Victorian theatrical entertainment. He wrote more than fifty pieces in a variety of genres, including dramas, comedies, operas, and spectacles, between 1850 and 1885.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Palgrave Simpson)

  • John Edward Jennings

    John Edward Jennings (1906-1973) was an American historical novelist, author of many best-selling novels of American history and seagoing adventure. He also wrote several nonfiction books on history.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Edward Jennings)

  • John Peter (novelist)

    John Desmond Peter (1921-1983) was an English literature scholar, essayist, and novelist, was born in South Africa. He studied law at the University of South Africa, and English literature at Cambridge University, later obtaining his Ph.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Peter (novelist))

  • John C. Fleming

    John Calvin Fleming, Jr. (born July 5, 1951) is a Minden, Louisiana physician, the author of the book Preventing Addiction, and the Republican U.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John C. Fleming)

  • John Faunce Leavitt

    John Faunce Leavitt is a Writer... ( from the wikipedia article on John Faunce Leavitt)

  • Sir John Waller, 7th Baronet

    Sir John Stanier Waller, 7th Baronet (27 July 1917-22 January 1995) was an English author, poet and journalist. He was one of the group of Cairo poets during World War II... (abstract from the wikipedia article on Sir John Waller, 7th Baronet)

  • Charles John Thomas

    Charles John Thomas (November 20, 1832 – March 31, 1919) was the director of the Mormon Tabernacle Choir for part of the 1860s, and was involved in several other musical endeavors in early Utah.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on Charles John Thomas)

  • John Thompson Whitaker

    John Thompson Whitaker (January 25, 1906 in Chattanooga, Tennessee - September 11, 1946) was a American writer and journalist who served as a correspondent for several prominent newspapers in different parts of the world.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Thompson Whitaker)

  • John Shebbeare

    John Shebbeare (1709–1788) was a British tory political satirist.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Shebbeare)

  • John L. Saul

    John Saul born in Liverpool, England, on October 1, 1948 is a British novelist and short story writer.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John L. Saul)

  • John Henry Boner

    John Henry Boner (January 31, 1845 (Salem, North Carolina)Joseph M. Flora, Amber Vogel, Bryan Albin Giemza, Southern Writers: A New Biographical Dictionary (2006), p.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Henry Boner)

  • John Gibler

    John Gibler is a Global Exchange Media fellow who writes from Mexico. He is the author of Mexico Unconquered: Chronicles of Power and Revolt, published in 2009 by City Lights.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Gibler)

  • John McDowell Leavitt

    John McDowell Leavitt is a Writer... ( from the wikipedia article on John McDowell Leavitt)

  • John Reid (professor of English)

    Professor John Cowie Reid (4 January 1916 – 31 May 1972) was a New Zealand professor of English and founding chairman of the Mercury Theatre.Cowie Reid was born in Auckland], [[New Zealand on 4 January 1916.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Reid (professor of English))

  • John Brooks Leavitt

    John Brooks Leavitt (1849–1930) was a New York City attorney, author and reformer. As member of the "Good Government" movement, Leavitt crusaded against Tammany Hall municipal corruption, demanding in 1897 the indictment of United States Senator Thomas C.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Brooks Leavitt)

  • John Faulkner (author)

    John Faulkner (author) is a Writer... ( from the wikipedia article on John Faulkner (author))

  • John Vowell

    John Vowell, pen name Hooker (1526-1601) was a sixteenth century English solicitor, writer and advocate of republican government.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Vowell)

  • John Nye (scientist)

    John Frederick Nye (born 1923) is a glaciologist, with publications spanning more than six decades. His early work was on the physics of plasticity, and in the early 1950s he became the first to apply plasticity theory to understand to glacier flow .... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Nye (scientist))

  • John L. Spivak

    John Louis Spivak (June 13, 1897 - September 30, 1981), an American socialist and, ultimately, communist reporter and author was most concerned with the problems of the working class and the spread of fascism in Europe and the United States from the 1920s through the 1940s.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John L. Spivak)

  • John Zinman

    John Zinman is a film and television writer. He has worked on the NBC drama series Friday Night Lights.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Zinman)

  • John P. McCormick

    John Patrick McCormick (born March 5, 1950), known professionally as John P. McCormick, is a former correspondent for Newsweek and the current deputy editorial page editor for the Chicago Tribune.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John P. McCormick)

  • John Canny

    John F. Canny (1953) is an American computer scientist, and Paul and Stacy Jacobs Distinguished Professor of Engineering in the Computer Science Department of the University of California, Berkeley.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Canny)

  • John Maclear

    John Fiot Lee Pearse Maclear (b. 27 June 1838 in Cape Town; d.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Maclear)

  • John O'Keefe (playwright)

    John O'Keefe (born 1940) is an American playwright, director and solo performer. Notable awards include the 2002 Los Angeles Drama Critics Circle Award for Times Like These, and a Bessie Award for Shimmer, which was also made into a motion picture by American Playhouse.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John O'Keefe (playwright))

  • John Bannerman (historian)

    John Walter MacDonald Bannerman (13 August 1932 – 8 October 2008) was a Scottish historian, noted for his work on Gaelic Scotland.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Bannerman (historian))

  • Bayle St. John

    Bayle St. John (1822-1859)Date of birth and death at the Oxford Dictionary of National Biography was a British travel writer and biographer, one of four sons of James Augustus St.... ( from the wikipedia article on Bayle St. John)

  • John Otway Percy Bland

    John Otway Percy Bland (1863–1945), a British writer and journalist, was born on 15 November 1863 in Malta, the second son of the ten children of Major-General Edward Loftus Bland (1829–1923) and Emma Frances Franks (d. 1894).... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Otway Percy Bland)

  • John Craven (hymnwriter)

    John Craven (born 1929) is an English Latter-day Saint hymnwriter. He is the author and composer of the hymn "The Priesthood of Our Lord".... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Craven (hymnwriter))

  • John Hampson (novelist)

    John Frederick Norman Hampson Simpson (26 March 1901 - 26 December 1955), who wrote as John Hampson, was an English novelist.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Hampson (novelist))

  • John Buckley (historian)

    Professor John D. Buckley is Professor of Military History at the University of Wolverhampton.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Buckley (historian))

  • John Selby Watson

    The Reverend John Selby Watson (1804 – 6 July 1884)Courtney WP. (revd Matthew HCG).... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Selby Watson)

  • John Cooper (author)

    John Cooper born 1958 in Toronto, Ontario, is a Canadian author and corporate communications specialist. Currently a manager for the Ontario Ministry of Transportation, Cooper is also a part-time teacher and freelance business writer.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Cooper (author))

  • William John Parry

    William John Parry (28 March, 1842 - 1927) was a Welsh businessman, politician and author. Parry was a leading voice in a range of activities and causes, and was the first general secretary of the North Wales Quarrymen's Union.... ( from the wikipedia article on William John Parry)

  • John Lloyd (journalist)

    John Lloyd is a journalist, presently contributing editor to the Financial Times,... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Lloyd (journalist))

  • Charles John Palmer

    Charles John Palmer, FSA (1 January 1805 - 1888) was an English lawyer, known as a historian of Great Yarmouth.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on Charles John Palmer)

  • John Nquku

    John June Nquku (born 1899, date of death unknown) was an early Swaziland nationalist and political leader. Though born in Pietermaritzburg, South Africa of Zulu parents, Nquku moved to Swaziland in 1930 to become the first African inspector of Swazi schools.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Nquku)

  • John Noble Wilford

    John Noble Wilford is a Writer... ( from the wikipedia article on John Noble Wilford)

  • Ray John de Aragon

    Ray John de Aragon is a Writer... ( from the wikipedia article on Ray John de Aragon)

  • John Raymond Garrett

    John Raymond Garrett is a Writer... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Raymond Garrett)

  • John Barrett (tennis)

    John Barrett (born 1931) is an English former tennis player, commentator, and author.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Barrett (tennis))

  • John Ramsey Miller

    John Ramsey Miller is a Writer... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Ramsey Miller)

  • John Hartley Williams

    John Hartley Williams (born 1942) is a British poet who was born in Cheshire and grew up in London. He studied at Nottingham University and later at the University of London.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Hartley Williams)

  • John Paul (New Zealand)

    John (Tom) Paul (1874-1964) was a New Zealand politician and trade unionist.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Paul (New Zealand))

  • John Rosengren

    John Rosengren (born 24 July 1964 in Minneapolis, Minnesota Halsey Hall SABR profile Accessed 4 July 2009) is an American writer and author.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Rosengren)

  • Peter John Stephens

    Peter John Stephens (31 July 1912 in Chalfont St Peter, Buckinghamshire – 11 June 2002) is known for his historical fiction books for teens and three children’s books. He was also a poet, a lyricist for operas and musicals, and a playwright with an off-Broadway play, "A Power of Dreams” in which Anne Meara of Stiller and Meara starred.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on Peter John Stephens)

  • John Ellison

    John Ellison is an American/Canadian musician best known for writing the song "(She's) Some Kind of Wonderful". He was born in Montgomery, West Virginia, in 1941, and is a dual citizen of the United States and Canada, receiving his Canadian citizenship in 2006.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Ellison)

  • John Muldoon (politician)

    John Muldoon (11 July 1865 – 21 November 1938) was an Irish barrister and nationalist politician. He was a Member of Parliament (MP) for most of the period between 1905 and 1918, representing three different constituencies in the House of Commons of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Muldoon (politician))

  • John Coughlin (weatherman)

    John Coughlin (September 3, 1925 – February 17, 2001) was a longtime meteorologist for WBBM-TV in Chicago, during the station's No. 1 position in the television news market in Chicago in the 1970s.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Coughlin (weatherman))

  • John Anthony Thwaites

    John Anthony Thwaites (23 January 1909, Kensington, London -- 21 November 1981, Leienkaul, Germany) was a British art critic and author, who lived and worked in West Germany from 1946.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Anthony Thwaites)

  • John Brooks (writer)

    John Brooks (writer) is a Writer... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Brooks (writer))

  • John Harmar

    John Harmar (ca. 1555–1613) was an English Greek scholar.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Harmar)

  • John Jenkins (Ifor Ceri)

    John Jenkins (known also as Ifor Ceri) (8 April 1770 – 20 November 1829) was a Welsh priest in the Church of England and an antiquarian. He played a leading role in the establishment of eisteddfodau in Wales in the nineteenth century.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Jenkins (Ifor Ceri))

  • John A. Kelly

    John Andrew "Jack" Kelly was an Investigative Reporter in Boston, Massachusetts.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John A. Kelly)

  • John William Crombie

    John William Crombie (4 March 1858 – 22 March 1908) was a Scottish woollen manufacturer, folklorist and Liberal Party politician.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John William Crombie)

  • John Raven

    John Earle Raven (December 13, 1914 - March 5, 1980), who published as J. E.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Raven)

  • John Cecil Holm

    John Cecil Holm is a Writer... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Cecil Holm)

  • John Wilke

    John Wilke (1954, New York – May 1, 2009, Bethesda, Maryland) was an American... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Wilke)

  • John Collee

    John Collee (born 1955) is a Scottish screenwriter who has written scripts for Master and Commander: The Far Side of the World and Happy Feet. He has written and co-written screenplays for the upcoming films Creation, Oceans, and Legend of the Guardians.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Collee)

  • John Leng Sturrock

    John Leng Sturrock (1878 – 22 July 1943) was a Scottish newspaper publisher and Liberal politician.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Leng Sturrock)

  • John Hugh Jones

    John Hugh Jones (May 1843 – 15 December 1910) was a Welsh Roman Catholic priest, translator and tutor.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Hugh Jones)

  • John Walters (poet)

    John Walters (11 June 1760 – 28 June 1789) was a Welsh Anglican priest and poet.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Walters (poet))

  • John Islan Jones

    John Islan Jones (17 February 1874 – 28 May 1968) was a Welsh Unitarian minister, academic and writer.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Islan Jones)

  • John Everard (preacher)

    John Everard (1584?–1641) was an English preacher and author.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Everard (preacher))

  • John L. Handcox

    John L. Handcox (1904-1992) was a Great Depression-era tenant farmer and union advocate from Arkansas renowned for his politically charged songs and poetry.... ( from the wikipedia article on John L. Handcox)

  • John Hamilton Reynolds

    John Hamilton Reynolds is a Writer... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Hamilton Reynolds)

  • John Schultz (writer)

    John Schultz is an American writer of fiction and non-fiction. He is also a teacher of writing, the creator of the Story Workshop method of writing instruction, and a former professor and chair of the Fiction Writing Department at Columbia College, Chicago.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Schultz (writer))

  • John Jones (Llef o'r Nant)

    John Jones (known as (1782/87 – 12 February 1863) was a Welsh Anglican priest and antiquarian.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Jones (Llef o'r Nant))

  • John Bowers (writer)

    John Bowers is an American writer.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Bowers (writer))

  • John Thomson (cartographer)

    John Thomson (1777-c1840), was a Scottish cartographer from Edinburgh, celebrated for his 1817 New General Atlas, published by himself in Edinburgh, John Cumming in Dublin, and Baldwin, Cradock, and Joy in London.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Thomson (cartographer))

  • John Marshall (railway historian)

    John Marshall (1 May 1922 – 12 November 2008) was an English railway historian. He is best known for his three-volume history of the Lancashire and Yorkshire Railway 'which he greatly disliked being described as "definitive"' and for compiling The Guinness Railway Book 'which, in its six editions, is arguably the best selling railway book of all time.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Marshall (railway historian))

  • Arthur John Arbuthnott Stringer

    Arthur John Arbuthnott Stringer is a Writer... (extract from the wikipedia article on Arthur John Arbuthnott Stringer)

  • John W. Haigis

    John William Haigis, Sr. (1881-1960) was an American newspaper publisher, businessman and politician.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John W. Haigis)

  • John Vernon Pavlik

    John Vernon Pavlik is an American academic and author who publishes on new media, journalism and health communication.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Vernon Pavlik)

  • John Jones (archdeacon)

    John Jones (1775 – 13 May 1834) was a Welsh Anglican priest and writer.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Jones (archdeacon))

  • John Evans (topographical writer)

    John Evans (1768 – c.1812) was a writer, noted for his description of Wales.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Evans (topographical writer))

  • John Burke (author)

    John Burke (born Jonathan Frederick Burke 8 March 1922) is an English writer of novels and short stories.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Burke (author))

  • John Emsley

    Dr John Emsley is a British writer, broadcaster and academic specialising in chemistry. He lectures at Cambridge University, England.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Emsley)

  • John Daniell (rugby player)

    John Daniell (born 1972) was born in New Zealand, and educated both there and in England. After studying English at the University of Oxford, he worked as a journalist for Radio New Zealand and Capital Television.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Daniell (rugby player))

  • John T. Noonan, Jr.

    John Thomas Noonan, Jr. (born October 24, 1926) is a Senior Circuit Judge on the United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit, with chambers in San Francisco, California.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John T. Noonan, Jr.)

  • John Keats (writer)

    John Keats (1921-Nov. 3, 2000) was an American writer and biographer.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Keats (writer))

  • John Edwards (Siôn Treredyn)

    John Edwards (who used the pseudonym Siôn Treredyn) (1605/6 – December 1656) was a Welsh Anglican priest and translator.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Edwards (Siôn Treredyn))

  • John Evans (cleric)

    John Evans (2 September 1702 – March 1782) was a Welsh Anglican cleric, known for his attacks upon Methodism.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Evans (cleric))

  • John B. Kennedy

    John Bright Kennedy (1894-1961) was an American radio correspondent, journalist, and film narrator.... ( from the wikipedia article on John B. Kennedy)

  • John Phillips (photographer)

    John Phillips (November 13, 1914, Bouïra, Algeria – August 22, 1996, Manhattan, New York City) was a photographer for Life magazine from the 1930s to the 1950s who was known for his war photographs.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Phillips (photographer))

  • John Hilton (industrial relations)

    John Hilton (1880-1943) was the first Montague Burton Professor of Industrial Relations at Cambridge University, broadcaster and journalist.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Hilton (industrial relations))

  • John O'Brien (human services thinker)

    John O'Brien (human services thinker) is a Writer... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John O'Brien (human services thinker))

  • John Roberts (Tremeirchion clergyman)

    John Roberts (1775 – 25 July 1829) was a Welsh Anglican priest and writer.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Roberts (Tremeirchion clergyman))

  • John Crommelin-Brown

    John Louis Crommelin-Brown (20 October 1888 — 11 September 1953) was an English schoolmaster, poet and cricketer who played for Derbyshire.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Crommelin-Brown)

  • John Le Patourel

    John Herbert Le Patourel FBA (29 July 1909 – 22 July 1981) was a historian from Guernsey.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Le Patourel)

  • John Stephen Willison

    John Stephen Willison is a Writer... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Stephen Willison)

  • John Bartlow Martin

    John Bartlow Martin (3 August 1915 - 3 January 1987) was an author of 15 books, Ambassador to the Dominican Republic, and speechwriter and confidant to many American Democratic politicians including Adlai Stevenson, John F. Kennedy, Robert F.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Bartlow Martin)

  • John Wilson (Canadian young adults' writer)

    John Wilson was born in Edinburgh, Scotland in August 2, 1951. He grew up on the Island of Skye, and in Paisley.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Wilson (Canadian young adults' writer))

  • John Henry Hopkins, Jr.

    John Henry Hopkins, Jr. (October 28, 1820 – August 14, 1891) was an American clergyman and hymnist, most famous for composing the song "We Three Kings of Orient Are" in 1857.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Henry Hopkins, Jr.)

  • John Harley Weston

    John Harley Weston is an award winning singer-songwriter and musician. Born in 1967 in Glasgow, Scotland he grew up in Stewarton, Ayrshire and now lives on Tamborine Mountain, Queensland, Australia.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Harley Weston)

  • John Vicars

    John Vicars (1582, London-12 April 1652, Christ's Hospital, Greyfriars, London) was an English contemporary biographer, poet and polemicist of the English Civil War. His best known work is English Worthies or England's Worthies, whose full title is England's Worthies under whom all the Civil and Bloudy Warres since Anno 1642 to Anno 1647 are related.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Vicars)

  • John Knittel

    John Knittel, originally Hermann Emanuel Knittel (March 24, 1891 in Dharwar, India - April 26, 1970 in Maienfeld, Graubünden) was a Swiss writer.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Knittel)

  • John Tresidder Sheppard

    Sir John Tresidder Sheppard (–) was an eminent classicist. He was a lecturer in classics at King's College of Cambridge University from 1908–1933 and was provost from 1933–1954.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Tresidder Sheppard)

  • John B. Matthias

    John B. Matthias (January 1, 1767 – May 27, 1848) is known as the writer of the words and music for the gospel song, “Palms of Victory” (also known as “Deliverance Will Come” or “I Saw a Way-worn Traveler”), for which he is generally given credit.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John B. Matthias)

  • John O'Heyne

    John O'Heyne, Dominican, fl. 1706.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John O'Heyne)

  • John Rayner

    Rabbi John Desmond Rayner CBE (30 December 1924–19 September 2005) was born in Berlin as Hans Sigismund Rahmer. He left Berlin in 1939 on one of the last Kindertransports.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Rayner)

  • John Thomas (cleric)

    John Thomas (22 October 1736 – 27 March 1769) was a Welsh Anglican priest and antiquarian.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Thomas (cleric))

  • John Shearman

    John Kinder Gowran Shearman (pronounced "Sherman"; June 24, 1931 - August 11, 2003) was an English art historian who also taught in America. He was a specialist in Italian Renaissance painting, regarded by many as "the outstanding figure" of his generation in this area,Harvard Gazette who published several influential works, but whose expected major books on Quattrocento painting, for the Penguin/Yale History of Art series (already commissioned in 1984, and still a gap in the series in 2009),Independent; from the author biography of the 1984 Penguin edition of Mannerism, he was already "working on" the Quattrocento book, which the Dictionary of Art Historians says was "left uncompleted".... ( from the wikipedia article on John Shearman)

  • John Haber

    John Haber (b. June 5, 1954, New York City) is an American art critic and art blogger who lives in New York.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Haber)

  • John Weemes

    John Weemes (Weemse, Wemyss) (c.1579–1636) was a Church of Scotland minister, Hebrew scholar and exegete.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Weemes)

  • John Holt (physicist)

    John Riley Holt, FRS (15 February 1918 – 6 January 2009) was an English experimental physicist who played a part in the development of the atom bomb and later became one of the pioneers of elementary particle physics research.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Holt (physicist))

  • John Dryzek

    John Dryzek (born 23 June 1953) is Professor of Social Theory and Political Theory in Australian National University's Political Science Program in the Research School of Social Sciences. He was born in Maids Moreton, England He is well known for his contributions to democratic theory and environmental politics; making notable contributions on deliberative democracy, green political philosophy and environmental discourses.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Dryzek)

  • John McLure Hamilton

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  • John Smiley (author)

    John Smiley is an author and teacher known for basic programming classes and books. He is also president of John Smiley & Associates.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Smiley (author))

  • John Kenrick (theatre writer)

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  • John Kifner

    John Kifner, once editor at his Williams College paper, began his career at the New York Times as copy boy. He later followed civil strife and Wounded Knee as a national correspondent.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Kifner)

  • Louis John Jennings

    Louis John Jennings (12 May 1836 - 9 February 1893) was an English journalist and Conservative politician.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on Louis John Jennings)

  • John Chamberlain (journalist)

    John Chamberlain (1903–1995) was an American journalist, the author of books on capitalism, and dubbed "one of America’s most trusted book reviewers."Opitz.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Chamberlain (journalist))

  • John Harvey Gahan

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  • John Carmichael (sportswriter)

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  • John Muckle

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  • John Hamburg

    John Hamburg (born May 26, 1970) is an American screenwriter and film director.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Hamburg)

  • John Shelton Reed

    John Shelton Reed (born 1942) is a sociologist and essayist, author or editor of eighteen books, most of them dealing with the contemporary American South. Reed regularly contributes articles to non-academic publications such as The Wall Street Journal, National Review, and the Oxford American.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Shelton Reed)

  • John Curran (director)

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  • John Abercrombie (horticulturalist)

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  • Thomas John Carlisle

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  • John D. Rutherford

    John David Rutherford (born St Albans, 1941) MA, D.Phil is an Emeritus Fellow (2008) of The Queen's College, Oxford, a Hispanist and an award-winning novelistEl País 2007-04-13 in Spanish and translatorEl País 1989-05-15 in Spanish from Spanish to English.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John D. Rutherford)

  • John Kay (Poet)

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  • John Bernard Taylor

    John Bernard Taylor (6 May 1929 - ) is a British bishop and theologian. He was the Bishop of St Albans from 1980 to 1995 and the Lord High Almoner from 1988 to 1997.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Bernard Taylor)

  • John Fox (writer)

    John Fox (d. August 14, 1990, aged thirty-eight) was an American novelist and short-story writer.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Fox (writer))

  • John Major Jenkins

    John Major Jenkins (born 1964) is an American author and "independent researcher", best known for his works that theorize certain astronomical and esoteric connections of the calendar systems used by the Maya civilization of pre-Columbian Mesoamerica. His writings are particularly associated with 2012 millenarianism and the development of Mayanism in contempary and popular culture, as an outgrowth from the New Age milieu.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Major Jenkins)

  • John Downame

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  • John "Sean" Byrne

    John "Sean" Byrne (b. 1947, d.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John "Sean" Byrne)

  • John Armstrong (British writer/philosopher)

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  • John Hoppenthaler

    John Hoppenthaler is a poet, prose writer, and editor. He is currently an Assistant Professor of English/Creative Writing at East Carolina University, where he is on the English Department Library Committee.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Hoppenthaler)

  • John Herbers

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  • John Leland (journalist)

    John Leland is a journalist for the New York Times. He is a former editor in chief of Details magazine, and author of Hip: The History (P.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Leland (journalist))

  • John Shannon (novelist)

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  • John Forbes (theologian)

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  • John A. Wilson (Egyptologist)

    John Albert Wilson (b. September 12, 1899 d.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John A. Wilson (Egyptologist))

  • John Nalson

    John Nalson (1638?-1686) was an English clergyman, historian and early Tory pamphleteer.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Nalson)

  • John Kennedy O'Connor

    John Kennedy O'Connor (born 1964) is an author, entertainment and political commentator, based in the United States. Born in North London, United Kingdom, he has written, reported and broadcast for numerous media organizations, as well as writing, creating and producing media events for a number of international corporations all over the world.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Kennedy O'Connor)

  • David John Chambers

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  • John Mole (poet)

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  • John Smith Clarke

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  • John Klima (editor)

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  • John Heald

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  • John Everson

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  • John Alexander Strong

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  • Alec John Dawson

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  • John Drexel

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  • Sir John Dalrymple, 4th Baronet

    Sir John Dalrymple, 4th Baronet (1726 – 26 February 1810) was a Scottish lawyer and historian. He is best known for his Memoirs of Great Britain and Ireland from the dissolution of the last parliament of Charles II until the sea battle of La Hogue, first published in 1771.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on Sir John Dalrymple, 4th Baronet)

  • John Hyslop Bell

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  • John Murray (broadcaster)

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  • John Saunders (chess player)

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  • John DuVal

    John DuVal is an American writer, translator, and professor.... ( from the wikipedia article on John DuVal)

  • John Callaway (journalist)

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  • John Allen (bookseller)

    John Allen (1789–1829) was an English bookseller and antiquary, notable for his work on the history of Herefordshire.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Allen (bookseller))

  • John Allen (religious writer)

    John Allen (1771–1839) was an English dissenting layman and religious writer.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Allen (religious writer))

  • John Gay (screenwriter)

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  • John Caddy

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  • John Kersey the elder

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  • John Mulligan (writer)

    John Mulligan is an Irish travel writer who has written three books (as of 2009) as well as a number of articles on travel and tourism.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Mulligan (writer))

  • John Freely

    John Freely (born 1926) is an American physicist, teacher, and author of popular travel and history books on Istanbul, Athens, Venice, Turkey, Greece and the Ottoman Empire. He is the father of writer Maureen Freely.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Freely)

  • John Sprint

    John Sprint (died 1623) was an English clergyman and theologian, as well as a writer in favor of conformity, despite earlier Puritan views that had led him into conflict with the authorities.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Sprint)

  • John Banks (political activist and writer)

    John Croisdale Banks (1915-2010) was an English political activist and writer, noted for his work on the territorial aspects of constitutional reform.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Banks (political activist and writer))

  • John Whitworth (poet)

    John Whitworth (born 1945 India) is a British poet.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Whitworth (poet))

  • John Leax

    John R. Leax is an American poet, essayist, and fiction writer.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Leax)

  • John Ellement

    John Ellement is a Writer... ( from the wikipedia article on John Ellement)

  • John Macnaghten Whittaker

    John Macnaghten Whittaker (7 March 1905–29 January 1984) was a British mathematician and Vice-Chancellor of the University of Sheffield from 1953 to 1965.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Macnaghten Whittaker)

  • John Shelley (illustrator)

    John Shelley (ジョン・シェリー)Born 28 June 1959 in Birmingham, is an award winning British-born illustrator, particularly noted for his work in Japan.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Shelley (illustrator))

  • John Hasek

    John Henry George Hasek (January 28, 1938 – January 1, 1994) was a Czechoslovakian-born journalist and author. He later emigrated to Canada and joined its armed forces in 1957.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Hasek)

  • John Walker (journalist)

    John Walker (born 27 October 1977) is a British computer games journalist, as well as a cartoonistBrian's Guide and TV critic.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Walker (journalist))

  • John Le Neve

    John Le Neve (1679-1741) was an English antiquary, known for his Fasti Ecclesiæ Anglicanæ, a work of English church biography that has seen several subsequent editions.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Le Neve)

  • John Parascandola

    John Parascandola is a Writer... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Parascandola)

  • John William Nicholson

    John William Nicholson is a Writer... ( from the wikipedia article on John William Nicholson)

  • John Craton

    John Douglas Craton is an American classical composer. His works, which have at times been compared favorably to those of Gustav Holst and Ralph Vaughan Williams, have been performed throughout the United States and Europe.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Craton)

  • John Perrin (translator)

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  • John Leguizamo

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  • John Maxtone-Graham

    John Maxtone-Graham (born 1929) is a maritime historian, lecturer and author. He has written over two dozen books on ocean liners.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Maxtone-Graham)

  • John Lind (barrister)

    John Lind (1737–1781) was an English barrister, political activist, and pamphleteer who opposed the American Revolution. He was educated at Balliol College of Oxford, receiving an MA in 1761.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Lind (barrister))

  • John Brown (American author)

    John David Brown (born April 1, 1966) See the biography from the author's official website: http://johndbrown.com/the-man is an American author primarily known for his fantasy.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Brown (American author))

  • John Lewis (Canadian senator)

    John Lewis (January 17, 1858 - May 18, 1935) was a Canadian author and journalist who was, variously, editor of the Toronto Daily Star and the Toronto Globe and served in the Canadian Senate for the last ten years of his life."Senator John Lewis Dies At 77 After Brief Illness", Toronto Daily Star, May 18, 1935... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Lewis (Canadian senator))

  • John Stammers

    John Stammers (born 1954 Islington, London) is a British poet.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Stammers)

  • John Taintor Foote

    John Taintor Foote, (born 29 March 1881, Leadville, Colorado; died 28 January 1950, Los Angeles, California, age 69) was a novelist, playwright, short-story writer, and screenwriter.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Taintor Foote)

  • John Retallack

    John Retallack was born in 1952, and studied at St Paul's College of Education, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, where he took the Double English course (aimed at future secondary school English teachers) for his C.Ed.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Retallack)

  • John Corbet (theologian)

    John Corbet (1603-1641) was a Scottish minister of Bonhill and anti-presbyterian author.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Corbet (theologian))

  • John Gohorry

    John Gohorry (born Donald Smith 1943 Coventry, England) is a British poet.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Gohorry)

  • John Spaulding

    John Spaulding (born Hanover, New Hampshire) is an American poet.http://www.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Spaulding)

  • John Heriot (journalist)

    John Heriot (22 April 1760 – 2 August 1833) was a Scottish journalist and writer. He was forced to join the Royal Marines due to family hardship, and served as a junior officer during the American Revolutionary War.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Heriot (journalist))

  • John William Hill

    John William King or often J.W.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John William Hill)

  • John Micek

    John L. Micek is a prominent journalist in Pennsylvania, working for the Allentown Morning Call since 2001.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Micek)

  • John Wale Hicks

    The Right Reverend John Wale Hicks, FRCP, DD was an Anglo-Catholic Bishop,Rev Patrick Comerford educationalist and author in the second half of the nineteenth century.“Who was Who” 1897–2007 London, A & C Black, 2007 ISBN 9780199540877... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Wale Hicks)

  • John Healy (author)

    John Healy was born in London in 1943 to Irish immigrant parents in London's Kentish Town district. Leaving school at the age of 14, he spent the formative years of his life in the army, where he had a successful boxing career.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Healy (author))

  • John Lefebvre

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  • John Francis Bray

    John Francis Bray (1809–1897) was a radical, Chartist, writer on socialist economics and activist in both Britain and his... ( from the wikipedia article on John Francis Bray)

  • John Smolenski

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  • John Barton (poet)

    John Barton (born Edmonton ) is a Canadian poet.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Barton (poet))

  • John Roy Chapman

    John Roy Chapman (27 May 1927, London - 3 September 2001, Périgueux) was a British writer.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Roy Chapman)

  • John Sandford (poet)

    John Sandford or Sanford (1565?-1629) was an English clergyman and academic, known as a grammarian of the Romance languages.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Sandford (poet))

  • John Downing

    John Downing (1936 -) has been an author, reporter, editor and columnist, most notably writing for the Toronto Telegram and later the Toronto Sun.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Downing)

  • John Henry Evans

    John Henry Evans (April 8, 1872 – March 24, 1947) was an early-20th century Mormon educator and writer, most known for his 1933 biography Joseph Smith, An American Prophet, published by Macmillan.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Henry Evans)

  • John Somers Dines

    John Somers Dines MA (18 June 1885 – 15 May 1980) was an English meteorologist.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Somers Dines)

  • John Grider Miller

    John Grider Miller (born 23 August 1935 – died 31 August 2009 in Annapolis, Maryland) was a Colonel in the United States Marine Corps, who served as Managing Editor, of U.S.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Grider Miller)

  • John Thorndike (American writer)

    John Thorndike (born November 6, 1942 in New York City) is an American writer who lives in Athens, Ohio. He grew up in Westport, Connecticut, graduated from Harvard in 1964, took an MA in English from Columbia in 1966, and spent two years in El Salvador in the Peace Corps.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Thorndike (American writer))

  • John Andrew Gallagher

    John "Jack" Andrew Gallagher, FBA (1 April 1919 - 5 March 1980) was a distinguished historian of the British Empire who between 1963 and 1970 held the Beit Professorship of Commonwealth History at the University of Oxford and from 1971 until his death was the Vere Harmsworth Professor of Imperial and Naval History at the University of Cambridge.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Andrew Gallagher)

  • John Stockwood

    John Stockwood (d. 1610) was an English clergyman, preacher, translator of Protestant texts and school-master.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Stockwood)

  • John Prise

    Sir John Prise (also Prys, Price, in Welsh Syr Siôn ap Rhys) (c.1502-1555) was a Welsh public notary, acting as a royal agent and visitor of the monasteries.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Prise)

  • John Lesslie Hall

    John Lesslie Hall (March 2, 1856 - February 23, 1928), also known as J. Lesslie Hall, was an American literary scholar and poet known for his translation of Beowulf.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Lesslie Hall)

  • John Engels

    John Engels (January 19, 1931 South Bend, Indiana - June 13, 2007 Vermont) was an American poet."The Life of a Poet: John Engels", Hollins Critic, June 1, 2008, David Huddle... ( from the wikipedia article on John Engels)

  • John T. Elson

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  • John Cameron Mitchell

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  • John Sidel (Professor)

    John Thayer Sidel (1966) is a political scientist and is the Sir Patrick Gillam Professor of International and Comparative Politics at the London School of Economics (LSE), where he is affiliated with both the Department of Governmentand International Relations department, as well as the Asia Research Centre.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Sidel (Professor))

  • John Mason (poet)

    John Mason (1646?-1694) was an English clergyman, poet and influential hymn-writer, a Calvinist and millennial preacher.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Mason (poet))

  • John C. Cremony

    Major John C. Cremony was a Boston newspaperman who enrolled in the Massachusetts Volunteers in 1846, serving as a lieutenant.... ( from the wikipedia article on John C. Cremony)

  • Rev. John Hyatt

    John Hyatt (January 12, 1767 – January 30, 1826) was an Englishman of simple rural upbringing who found Wesleyan theology as a young man. He went on to become a much loved and revered driving force of early Methodism in London, becoming influential in the First Great Awakening.... ( from the wikipedia article on Rev. John Hyatt)

  • John Blair (writer)

    John Blair (born 1961) is an American poet, novelist, and short story writer.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Blair (writer))

  • John Weaver (historian)

    John Reginald Homer Weaver (28 January 1882 – 22 March 1965) was a British historian and academic.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Weaver (historian))

  • John Ulric Nef (economic historian)

    John Ulric Nef (1899 – 1988) was an American economic historian, and the co-founder of the University of Chicago's Committee on Social Thought. He was associated with the University of Chicago for over half a century, and co-founded the Committee there in 1941.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Ulric Nef (economic historian))

  • John Sanness

    John Christian Munthe Sanness (24 May 1913 – 6 November 1984) was a Norwegian historian and politician for the Labour Party. He is known as the director of the Norwegian Institute of International Affairs from 1960 to 1983, professor at the University of Oslo from 1966 to 1983 and chair of the Norwegian Nobel Committee from 1979 to 1981.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Sanness)

  • John Dickson Batten

    John Dickson Batten (8 October 1860 - 5 August 1932) was a British painter of figures in oils, tempera and fresco and a book illustrator and print maker. He was born in Plymouth, Devon.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Dickson Batten)

  • John Laurence Rentoul

    John Laurence Rentoul (6 July 1846 - 15 April 1926), was a member of the Presbyterian clergy and a poet.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Laurence Rentoul)

  • John Thomlinson

    John Thomlinson (1692–1761) was an English clergyman best known for his diary, covering 1715 to 1722.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Thomlinson)

  • John Adams (educational writer)

    John Adams (1750?–1814) was a Scottish compiler of books for young readers.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Adams (educational writer))

  • John L. Pollock

    John L. Pollock (1940 - 2009) was an American philosopher known for influential, creative work in epistemology, philosophical logic, cognitive science, and artificial intelligence.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John L. Pollock)

  • John D. Hamaker

    John D. Hamaker (1914-1994), was an American mechanical engineer, ecologist, agronomist and science writer in the fields of soil remineralization, rock dusting, mineral cycles, climate cycles and glaciology.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John D. Hamaker)

  • John Cotton (ornithologist)

    John Cotton (17 December 1801 – 14 December 1849) was a British poet, ornithological writer and artist, who became an early pastoral settler in Victoria, Australia.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Cotton (ornithologist))

  • John Constandinou

    John Constandinou (born 16 July 1972) is an athlete who competes internationally for Cyprus in the event of racewalking.IAAF Athlete biography: John Constandinou... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Constandinou)

  • John Leng (bishop)

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  • John Selwyn Gilbert

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  • John Alfred Spender

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  • John Black (journalist)

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  • John Ennis (poet)

    John Ennis (born 1944) is an Irish poet born in Westmeath in 1944.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Ennis (poet))

  • John Mason (historian)

    John Mason (9 June 1920 – 31 October 2009) was a British historian and academic.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Mason (historian))

  • John M. Borack

    John M. Borack is a music critic and musician from California.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John M. Borack)

  • John Weld

    John Weld (Born February 24, 1905, Birmingham, Alabama, died June 14, 2003, Monarch Beach, Dana Point, California, age 98) was a newspaper reporter and writer.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Weld)

  • John J. O'Connor (journalist)

    John J. O'Connor (July 10, 1933 - November 13, 2009) was an American journalist and critic.... ( from the wikipedia article on John J. O'Connor (journalist))

  • John William Weidemeyer

    John William Weidemeyer (b. in Fredericksburg, Virginia, 26 April 1819; d.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John William Weidemeyer)

  • John Garry Clifford

    John Garry Clifford (born 1942) is an American historian.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Garry Clifford)

  • John Kippax

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  • John North (historian)

    John David North (19 May 1934 - 31 October 2008) was a British historian of science and author of numerous books.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John North (historian))

  • John Penrose (clergyman)

    John Penrose (15 December, 1778 - 9 August, 1859) was a Church of England clergyman and theological writer.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Penrose (clergyman))

  • John Rentoul (journalist)

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  • John Cannon (historian)

    John Ashton Cannon (born Hertfordshire, 1926) is an English historian specialising in eighteenth-century British politics.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Cannon (historian))

  • John Gifford

    John Gifford (1758 – Bromley, Kent, 6 March 1818) was an English political writer. He was born John Richards Green until changing his name at the age of 23.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Gifford)

  • John Patrick McKenzie

    John Patrick McKenzie (born 1962, Philippines) is an autistic San Francisco-based artist, know for creating works of visual poetry. His works have been exhibited internationally, including in New York, Europe, Australia, and Japan.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Patrick McKenzie)

  • John Volts

    John Volts (1825 – 1904?) was an British critic, philosopher and writer.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Volts)

  • John R. Rathom

    John R. Rathom (1868-1923) was a journalist, editor, and author based in Rhode Island at the height of his career.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John R. Rathom)

  • John T. Lyle

    John T. Lyle (1934 - 1998) was a professor of landscape architecture at the California State Polytechnic University, Pomona (Cal Poly Pomona)http://www.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John T. Lyle)

  • John J. O'Meara

    John J. O'Meara (18 February 1915 – 2003) was an Irish philosopher and theologian.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John J. O'Meara)

  • John Franklin Botume

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  • John Thomas Scharf

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Gender: more often male

Meaning: God is gracious, Merciful, Jehovah has been gracious, Has shown favor, The grace of the Lord and The mercy of the Lord

Origin: Hebrew and Biblical

Lucky Number: Nine

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