John Moore

John Moore

John Moore may refer to:

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People

Clergy

  • John Moore (bishop of Ely) (1646–1714), British Scholar
  • John Moore (Baptist) (1662–1726), English Baptist minister from Northampton
  • John Moore (archbishop of Canterbury) (1730–1805), Archbishop of Canterbury, Privy Counsellor
  • John Moore (bishop of St Augustine) (1834–1901), Bishop of St. Augustine, Florida from 1877–1901
  • John Moore (Methodist bishop) (1867–1948), a Bishop of the Methodist Episcopal Church, South
  • John Moore (bishop of Bauchi) (born 1942), Bishop of Bauchi, Nigeria

Law and government

Arts and Entertainment

Sports

  • John Moore (baseball) (born 1969), Australian baseball player, see Australia at the 1996 Summer Olympics
  • John Moore (footballer born 1943), manager of Luton Town F.C.
  • John Moore (footballer born 1966), English-born Hong Kong international player
  • John Moore (horseman) (born 1950), Australian racehorse trainer
  • John Moore (ice hockey) (born 1990), American ice hockey defenceman
  • John Moore (rugby league), rugby league footballer of the 1930s and '40s for England, and Bradford Northern
  • John Moore (cricketer) (1891–1980), Hampshire cricketer
  • Jack Moore (sportsman) (1911-?), English footballer, referee and tennis player

Others

Ships

See also


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  • John Moore — ist der Name folgender Personen: John Moore (Ely) (1646–1714), Bischof von Ely John Moore (Erzbischof) (1730–1805), Erzbischof von Canterbury, Privy Counsellor John Moore (General) (1761–1809), britischer General John Moore (Louisiana)… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • John Moore —  Cette page d’homonymie répertorie différentes personnes partageant un même nom. John Moore est le nom de : Sommaire 1 Hommes politiques 2 Arts et spectacles 3 …   Wikipédia en Français

  • John Moore — General John Moore. Sir John Moore, KB (13 de noviembre de 1761 – 16 de enero de 1809), general británico que murió en la batalla de Elviña el 16 de enero de 1809 herido por una bala de cañón. Fue enviado a España e …   Wikipedia Español

  • John Moore (British Army officer) — John Moore Portrait, oil on canvas, of Sir John Moore (1761–1809) by Sir Thomas Lawrence (1769–1830) …   Wikipedia

  • John Moore (Irish politician) — John Moore (1767 ndash; 6 December 1799) was an Irish statesman and rebel leader. [For a short critical perspective on John Moore, see Fraher, Willie: [http://www.waterfordcountymuseum.org/exhibit/web/Display/article/4/16/;jsessionid=93FB3519DD97A… …   Wikipedia

  • John moore (militaire britannique) — Pour les articles homonymes, voir John Moore. John Moore [[Image: |{{{tailleimage(en px)}}}px|John Moore]] …   Wikipédia en Français

  • John Moore (broadcaster) — John Moore Born June 5, 1966(1966 06 05) Montreal, Quebec, Canada Occupation Canadian radio broadcaster, film critic, and comedian. John Sanford Moore (born June 5, 1966), better known as John Moore, is a Canadian radio …   Wikipedia

  • John Moore (Louisiana) — John Moore John Moore (* 1788 im Berkeley County, Virginia; † 17. Juni 1867 in Franklin, Louisiana) war ein US amerikanischer Politiker. Zwischen 1840 und 1853 vertrat er zwei Mal den Bundesstaat Louisiana im US Repräsentantenhaus. Werdegang …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • John Moore (author) — John Moore is an American engineer and author of fantasy and science fiction. He lives and works in Houston, Texas.Much of Moore s early work appeared under a fuller version of his name, John F. Moore. His early stories were mostly hard boiled… …   Wikipedia

  • John Moore (musician) — John Moore is a British musician, perhaps best known for his work as the drummer in The Jesus and Mary Chain and as a member of Black Box Recorder with Luke Haines. Biography John Moore joined the Jesus and Mary Chain in 1986, succeeding Bobby… …   Wikipedia

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