John Scott

John Scott may refer to:


*John Scott (Australian politician), Member of the Australian House of Representatives
*John Scott (Canadian politician) (1822–1857), first mayor of Bytown, later Ottawa
*John Scott (Missouri politician) (1785–1861), Delegate and U.S. Representative from Missouri
*John Scott (Pennsylvania) (1824–1896), lawyer, U.S. Senator for Pennsylvania
*John Scott (representative) (1784–1850), U.S. Representative from Pennsylvania
*John Scott (Scottish politician) (born 1951), Member of the Scottish Parliament
*John Scott of Scott's Hall (c. 1423–1485), Yorkist during the Wars of the Roses, Warden of the Cinque Ports
*John Scott (of Scot's Hall) (1570–1616), English Member of Parliament and councillor of the London Company of Virginia
*John Scott of Scotstarvit (1725–1775), Major-General and MP for Caithness and for Tain Burghs
*John Scott, 1st Earl of Eldon (1751–1838), Lord High Chancellor of Britain
*John Scott (Mayor), first mayor for the city of Cumberland, Maryland, 1816–1823
*John Guier Scott (1819–1892), U.S. Representative from Missouri
*John Morin Scott (1730–1784), Continental Congressman
*John Roger Kirkpatrick Scott (1873–1945), U.S. Representative from Pennsylvania

Literary figures

*John A. Scott (born 1948), Australian poet and novelist, now using the name John Scott
*John Scott (Canadian publisher) (c. 1874–1951), Canadian newspaper editor and publisher
*John Scott (London editor), editor of the "London Magazine" killed in a duel in 1821
*John Scott (writer), Office of Strategic Services and Soviet spy during World War II, son of Scott Nearing
*John Scott of Amwell (1731–1783), Quaker poet and friend of Samuel Johnson
*John Russell Scott (1879–1949), British newspaper publisher son of C.P. Scott and founder of the Scott Trust


*John Scott (entomologist) (1823–1888), English entomologist
*John Paul Scott (geneticist) (1909–2000), American behavioral geneticist


*John Scott (cricketer) (1888–1964), Australian cricketer and Test umpire
*John Scott (film editor) (born 1944), film editor with numerous Australian Film Institute awards
*John Scott (organist) (born 1956), organist of St. Thomas's Church, Fifth Avenue, New York
*John Scott (composer), British composer and conductor
*John Scott (rector), rector of St Giles in the Fields, 1691–95
*John Scott (baseball) (born 1952), Major League Baseball outfielder for the Toronto Blue Jays
*John Scott (soldier) (William John Rendell Scott, 1888–1956), Australian military and political identity
*John W. Scott (pioneer), pioneer and gold prospector, Scott Bar and Scott Valley, California named for him
*John Scott (rugby player) (born 1954), English international rugby union player
*John Scott (humanitarian), Director General of the Fiji Red Cross, murdered in 2001

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  • John Scott (Missouri) — John Scott (* 18. Mai 1785 im Hanover County, Virginia; † 1. Oktober 1861 in Sainte Genevieve, Missouri) war ein US amerikanischer Politiker. Zwischen 1816 und 1827 vertrat er zunächst als Delegierter das Missouri Territorium und ab 1821 als …   Deutsch Wikipedia

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