John O'Connor

John O'Connor may refer to:
*Father John O'Connor (1870-1952), British priest
*John J. O'Connor (1885-1960), former US Representative from New York
*John Joseph O'Connor (1920-2000), American cardinal
*John O'Connor (coach), American football coach
*John O'Connor (Canadian politician) (1824-1887), Canadian politician
*John O'Connor Power (c. 1846-1919), Irish politician
*John O'Connor (MP, KC) (1850-1928), Irish politician
*John O'Connor (Lord Mayor of Dublin) (c.1835-1891), Lord Mayor of Dublin and MP for South Kerry
*John O'Connor (painter) (1830-1889), Irish painter
*John O'Connor aka. 'Pal', a well known homeless man from Sydney, Australia
*John O'Conor (born 1947), Irish pianist
*Johnny O'Connor, Irish rugby union player

ee also

*John Connor (disambiguation)
*John Conner (disambiguation)
*Jon O'Connor, retired English footballer
*Jack O'Connor (disambiguation)

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