John


John
(as used in expressions)
Abbot, Sir John (Joseph Caldwell)
Acton (de Aldenham), John Emerich Edward Dahlberg Acton, 1 barón
Adams, John (Coolidge)
Ashbery, John (Lawrence)
Atanasoff, John V(incent)
Austin, J(ohn) L(angshaw)
Backus, John W(arner)
Baird, John L(ogie)
John Simmons Barth, Jr.
Edgar John Bergren
Bishop, J(ohn) Michael
Bolingbroke, Henry Saint John, 1 vizconde
Borglum, (John) Gutzon (de la Mothe)
Breckinridge, John C(abell)
Bricker, John W(illiam)
Budge, (John) Don(ald)
John Anthony Burgess Wilson
Bute, John Stuart, 3 conde de
John Stuart
John Milton Cage, Jr.
Calhoun, John C(aldwell)
John William Carson
Cleese, John (Marwood)
Coetzee, J(ohn) M(ichael)
Coltrane, John (William)
Commons, John R(ogers)
Coolidge, (John) Calvin
John O'Bail
J. Hector St. John
Hector St. John de Crèvecoeur
Crittenden, John J(ordan)
Dickens, Charles (John Huffam)
Diefenbaker, John G(eorge)
Dillinger, John (Herbert)
Dos Passos, John (Roderigo)
Durham, John George Lambton, 1 conde de
Eckert, J(ohn) Presper, Jr.
Eckert, Wallace J(ohn)
Ehrlichman, John D(aniel)
Elway, John (Albert)
William John Evans
Evans, Sir Arthur (John)
Fisher (de Kilverstone), John Arbuthnot Fisher, 1 barón
Fowles, John (Robert)
Frémont, John C(harles)
French, John (Denton Pinkstone), 1 conde de Ypres
Fuller, J(ohn) F(rederick) C(harles)
Garand, John C(antius)
Gielgud, Sir (Arthur) John
John Birks Gillespie
Herbert John Gleason
Glenn, John H(erschel), Jr.
Gorey, Edward (St. John)
Haldane, J(ohn) B(urdon) S(anderson)
William John Clifton
Haley, Sir William (John)
William John Hartack
Hay, John (Milton)
Heinz, H(enry) J(ohn)
Heisman, John (William)
Hersey, John (Richard)
John Charlton Carter
Hicks, Sir John R(ichard)
Hoare, Sir Samuel (John Gurney), 2 baronet
John Cornelius Hodges
John Henry Holliday
Hoover, J(ohn) Edgar
Howard, John (Winston)
Irving, John (Winslow)
Jeffers, (John) Robinson
Jellicoe, John Rushworth Jellicoe, 1 conde
John, Augustus (Edwin)
John, Sir Elton (Hercules)
John Arthur Johnson
Johnson, John H(arold)
John Paul
Kaiser, Henry J(ohn)
Kellogg, John Harvey y W(ill) K(eith)
Kennedy, John F(itzgerald)
John Albert Kramer
Lawrence, John (Laird Mair)
David John Moore Cornwell
John Uhler Lemmon III
Lennon, John (Winston)
Lewis, John L(lewellyn)

Enciclopedia Universal. 2012.

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  • John I — may refer to:People* John Chrysostom (349–c. 407), Patriarch of Constantinople. * John of Antioch (died 441). * Pope John I, Pope from 523 to 526. * John I of Naples (died c. 719). * John I of Gaeta (died c. 933). * John I Tzimiskes (c. 925–976) …   Wikipedia

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  • John X —     Pope John X     † Catholic Encyclopedia ► Pope John X     Born at Tossignano, Romagna; enthroned, 914; died at Rome, 928. First a deacon ( see Deacons ), he became Archbishop of Ravenna about 905, as successor of Kailo. In a document dated 5… …   Catholic encyclopedia

  • John IV — may refer to: * Patriarch John IV of Constantinople, Patriarch from 582 to his death in 595 * Pope John IV, Pope from 640 to his death in 642 * John IV, Bishop of Naples (died 835) * John IV of Naples, Duke from 997 to after 1002 * John IV of… …   Wikipedia

  • John IX —     Pope John IX     † Catholic Encyclopedia ► Pope John IX     (898 900).     Not only is the date of John s birth unknown, but the date of his election as pope, and that of his death are alike uncertain. He became pope in the early part of 898 …   Catholic encyclopedia

  • John V — may refer to: * John the Merciful, Patriarch of Alexandria from 606 to 616 * Patriarch John V of Constantinople, Patriarch from 669 to 675 * Pope John V, Pope from 685 to his death in 686 * John V the Historian, Catholicos of Armenia from 897 to… …   Wikipedia


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