Phineas (disambiguation)

__NOTOC__Phineas may refer to:


*Phineas, King of Thrace
*A misspelling of Phinehas, a Biblical priest


* Phineas Banning, businessman (1830-1885)
* Phineas Taylor Barnum, circus director (1810-1891)
* William Phineas Browne, lawyer (1804-1869)
* Phineas Davis, clockmaker (?-1835)
* Phineas Fletcher, poet (1582-1650)
* Phineas Gage, railroad foreman (1823-1860)
* Phineas Hitchcock, politician (1831-1881)
* Phineas Lyman, soldier (1716-1774)
* Phineas Maphet, musician, producer, writer (1983-)
* Phineas Newborn, Jr., jazz pianist (1931-1989)
* Phineas Parkhurst Quimby, magnetic healer (1802–1866)
* Phineas Riall, soldier in the War of 1812

In fiction

*Phineas Sharp, fictional character
*Phineas T. Freakears, character in the comic series "Fabulous Furry Freak Brothers"
*Phineas Nigellus Black, character from the "Harry Potter" series of novels, by J.K. Rowling
*Phineas McClintock, the pseudonym of Michael Scofield, a fictional character from the television show 'Prison Break'
*, fictional "Power Rangers Mystic Force"
*Professor Potter, fictional character
*Phineas, one of the Hitchhiking Ghosts in the Disney attraction, Haunted Mansion
*Phineas Bogg, a Voyager, a main fictional character in the 1982-83 television series "Voyagers!"
*Phineas "Finny", a fictional character from the novel A Separate Peace
*Phineas Flynn, the main character in the animated Disney show, Phineas and Ferb


*Phineas Priesthood, Christian identity movement
*"Phineas Finn", novel:*The sequel, "Phineas Redux"

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