John Green

John Green

John Green may refer to:

*John Green (author) (b.1977), American award-winning writer
*John Green (botanist) (b.1930), Australian botanist
*John Green (composer) (1908-1989), American composer and Inductee of the Songwriters Hall of Fame
*John Green (football player) (b.1921), American football player
*John Green (Judge), (1807-1887) American judge and Indiana State Senator
*John Green (Royal Navy chaplain), Chaplain of the Fleet and Director General, Naval Chaplaincy Service
*John Green (US Army officer) (1825-1908), German-born US soldier
*John C. Green, American academic and Director of the Ray C. Bliss Institute of Applied Politics
*John Leslie Green (1888-1916), English VC recipitent
*John Richard Green (1837–1883), English historian
*John W. Green (judge) (1781–1834), American judge and Virginia state supreme court justice
*John Willison Green (b.1927), Canadian journalist and prominent "Bigfoot" researcher
*Jack N. Green (b.1945 as "John Newton Green"), American cinematographer
*John and Benjamin Green (1787-1852), English architect and one half of the father and son architectural team

ee also

*Johnny Green (disambiguation)
*Jon Green
*Jonathan Green
*Shawn Green (disambiguation)

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