John West

John West may refer to:


* Reverend John West (1809–1873), Australian congregational minister, author and newspaper editor
* John West (governor) (1590-1659), American politician, colonial Governor of Virginia
* John West (colonel) (1632-1691), American military officer and politician in colonial Virginia
* John West III (1676–1734), American justice, sheriff, and politician in colonial Virginia
* John West (singer), vocalist for the American band "Artension"
* John West (footballer), Irish footballer
* John West (Australian politician), Australian politician and trade unionist
* John West (politician), Scottish politician, Scotland's youngest elected Local Authority Councillor
* John West (cricketer)
* John Alan West (1911-1964), British murder victim whose killing led to the last executions in Britain
* John Beattie West died 1842, Conservative politician for Dublin City (UK Parliament constituency)
* John C. West (1922–2004), American politician, Governor of South Carolina
* John G. West, American political scientist and Intelligent Design advocate


* John West, fictional lead character of the novel "Power Without Glory"
* John West Salmon, a brand of salmon owned by the Lehman Brothers banking group

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  • John West III — (1676–1734) was a justice and sheriff of King and Queen County and a House of Burgesses representative for King William County, all in the US Colony and Dominion of Virginia. He was the second son of Colonel John West of West Point, Virginia and… …   Wikipedia

  • John West (singer) — John West was born in Syracuse NY on October 29 and has sung for such bands as Artension, Royal Hunt, Feinstein, Badlands, Lynch Mob, Cozy Powell, Michael Lee Firkins, Yngwie Malmsteen, Trans Siberian Orchestra, James Murphy, Marc Ferrari, Sun… …   Wikipedia

  • John West (governor) — John West (1590 1659) was the colonial Governor of Virginia from 1635 to 1637.BiographyHe was the fourth son of Thomas West, 2nd Baron De La Warr, of Wherwell Abbey in Hampshire, and his wife, Lady Anne Knollys.His maternal grandparents were Sir… …   Wikipedia

  • John West, 2nd Earl De La Warr — (9 May 1729 ndash; 22 November 1777) was a British peer, politician and army officer.Born The Honourable John West, he was the son of John West, 6th Baron De La Warr and his first wife, the former Lady Charlotte McCarthy. In 1746, West entered… …   Wikipedia

  • John West (politician) — John West (born 1988) is the current Depute Provost of the City of Aberdeen. [ [ CouncillorProfile.asp?id=81 Profile for John West] at the Aberdeen City Council website.] He became the youngest… …   Wikipedia

  • John West Sinclair — (6 January 1900 13 February 1945) was an American silent film actor. Tennessee born comedian Sinclair, was a favorite stunt double for such 1920s action heroes as Ken Maynard, Billy Sullivan and Reed Howes. Later he wrote gags for W.C. Fields… …   Wikipedia

  • John West (footballer) — John West was an Irish soccer player who played for Bohemians during the 1910s.He was top scorer for Bohs during the 1912/13 season. [Bohemian FC match programme, Vol. 52, no. 24] . His goalscoring record for that season showed a total of 23… …   Wikipedia

  • John West (cricketer) — John West was a first class cricketer. He was a left arm fast round arm bowler and left handed batsman who played 38 games for Yorkshire CCC between 1868 and 1876, 13 games for MCC between 1869 and 1883 and one for the Left Handed against the… …   Wikipedia

  • John West Salmon — Infobox Brand logo= name=John West Salmon and Tuna type=Seafoods currentowner=Lehman Brothers banking group origin=1888 dicontinued= related= markets= world previousowners=1888 naming rights purchased by Pelling Stanley and Company 1964 John West …   Wikipedia

  • John West (colonel) — Lieutenant Colonel John West, Jr. of West Point, Virginia (1632–1691) was commander of the New Kent Militia in the Colony and Dominion of Virginia, and a representative of the same county in the House of Burgesses. Contents 1 Biography 2… …   Wikipedia

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