John Harrington

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 Wars soldier and Medal of Honor recipient
* 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

Fictional characters

*John Harrington in Mario Bava's film, "Hatchet for the Honeymoon"

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