John Langhorne

John Langhorne may refer to:
* John Langhorne (poet), English poet and prebendary
* John Langhorne (Giggleswick School), mathematical master at Giggleswick School
* Reverend John Langhorne, master of Tonbridge School, headmaster of The King's School, Rochester and vicar of Lamberhurst
* John Langhorne (John Watson), headmaster of the Dean Orphanage Charity School later known as John Watson's School in Edinburgh
* John Langhorne, nineteenth century banker at Berwick on Tweed.
* John Bailey Langhorne, Solicitor and proprietor of the "Newcastle Chronicle"


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  • John Bailey Langhorne — (born 1816 11 12 and died 1877 05 17) was proprietor of the Newcastle Chronicle . He was the son of Mary Sussana Bailey and John Langhorne, a banker at Berwick on Tweed. On 1840 05 02 at Whitehall The Lord Chancellor appointed John Bailey… …   Wikipedia

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  • John L. Burns — John L. Burns[1] (* 5. September 1793 in Burlington, Vereinigte Staaten; † 7. Februar 1872 in Gettysburg)[2] war ein …   Deutsch Wikipedia


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