John Harrington or John Harington may refer to:
John Harrington (hockey player), American Olympic hockey player who was involved in the 1980 Winter Olympics' famed "Miracle on Ice"
John Harrington (Red Sox CEO)
John Peabody Harrington, United States ethnologist and Native American specialist
John Harrington (investor)- Social venture capitalist
John Harrington (photographer, author)Washington D.C. photographer
John Harrington (Medal of Honor), American Indian Warssoldier and Medal of Honorrecipient
* John Harrington, Orthopedic Surgeon, William Osler Health Centre, Brampton, Ontario, Canada
Sir John Harrington (adventurer), early-twentieth-century British adventurer who led an expedition to the Abyssinia-Sudan borders
John Wilbur Harrington, North Carolina geologist, author of "To See a World"
imilarly named people
John Harington (inventor), inventor of the flushable toilet and godson of Queen Elizabeth I
John Harington, 1st Baron Harington of Exton
John Herrington, astronaut
*John Harrington in
Mario Bava's film, " Hatchet for the Honeymoon"
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John Harrington — Données clés Nationalité États Unis Né le 24 mai 1957, Virginia (États Unis Taille 1,78& … Wikipédia en Français
John Harrington — Vereinigte Staaten John Harrington Personenbezogene Informationen Geburtsdatum 24. Mai 1957 Geburtsort Virginia … Deutsch Wikipedia
John Harrington (ice hockey) — John Bah Harrington (born May 24, 1957 in Virginia, Minnesota) was an American ice hockey forward and is currently a head coach for HC Ambri Piotta in the Swiss National League.Playing careerJohn Harrington was a stand out high school hockey… … Wikipedia
John Harrington (Red Sox CEO) — John Harrington is the former CEO of the Boston Red Sox. Early life and careerHe graduated from Boston College in 1957, and received his MBA from Boston College in 1966. After college, he as an officer in the U.S. Navy, then worked for both the… … Wikipedia
John Harrington (photographer, author) — John Harrington (born December 27, 1966) is an American photographer and author. He penned the book Best Business Practices for Photographers, and photo illustrated three books by the Smithsonian Institution’s National Museum of the American… … Wikipedia
John Harrington Stevens House — Infobox nrhp | name =Minnehaha Historic District nrhp type =cp caption = Stevens house, now located in Minnehaha Park location= Minneapolis, Minnesota locmapin = Minnesota area = built =1849 architect= architecture= Greek Revival added = November … Wikipedia
Harrington — can refer to:Places in the United Kingdom: *Harrington, Cumbria *Harrington, Lincolnshire *Harrington, NorthamptonshirePlaces in the United States: *Harrington, Delaware *Harrington, Maine *Harrington, Washington *Harrington Park, New… … Wikipedia
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John W. Henry — John William Henry II (born September 13, 1949 in Quincy, Illinois), a futures and foreign exchange trading advisor who founded John W. Henry Company (JWH). He is the principal owner of the Boston Red Sox and co owner of Roush Fenway Racing. In… … Wikipedia
John Caryll the younger — John Caryll, (born 9 December 1667, died April 1736) was the second Jacobite Baron Caryll of Durford.A friend of Alexander Pope, Caryll was the son of Richard Caryll (1635–1701), of West Grinstead, Sussex, and Frances (c.1644–1704), daughter of… … Wikipedia