History Hop Tags - John

John - Notable Historical Events

Julius IIMay 3, 1512

Martin LutherJul 16, 1519

Ben JonsonJan 13, 1605

John SmithMay 13, 1607

John MiltonNov 23, 1644

Oliver CromwellJul 13, 1657

John LockeJul 21, 1669

Charles IIAug 10, 1675

Anne BonnyNov 15, 1720

Johann S BachApr 7, 1724

John WesleyMay 24, 1738

John AdamsJul 16, 1755

John HancockApr 9, 1768

Benjamin FranklinJun 11, 1776

John DickinsonJul 2, 1776

John JaySep 28, 1779

Benedict ArnoldSep 23, 1780

Abigail AdamsJun 17, 1788

Thomas JeffersonSep 26, 1789

Horatio NelsonFeb 14, 1797

Alexander von HumboldtNov 24, 1800

John MarshallJan 20, 1801

John Quincy AdamsSep 22, 1817

Joseph SmithMay 15, 1829

Charles DarwinAug 24, 1831

John C. CalhounDec 28, 1832

John DeereMay 6, 1833

John TylerApr 4, 1841

John Wilkes BoothJan 23, 1853

Richard BurtonFeb 13, 1858

John BrownMay 8, 1858

mOSBYOct 13, 1864

Abraham LincolnApr 14, 1865

John A. MacdonaldJul 1, 1867

John D RockefellerDec 1, 1868

Alexander MackenzieNov 7, 1873

donnellyFeb 4, 1880

John Philip SousaOct 1, 1880

John AbbottJun 16, 1891

John ThompsonDec 5, 1892

John DeweyJan 16, 1897

John Philip HollandMay 17, 1897

John XXIIIAug 10, 1904

George Bernard ShawNov 1, 1904

Theodore RooseveltApr 14, 1906

John D. Rockefeller JrMar 3, 1910

John McCraeMay 3, 1915

John HeismanOct 7, 1916

J. Edgar HooverDec 30, 1918

John J PershingSep 10, 1919

John DillingerJun 10, 1933

John SteinbeckNov 23, 1937

Joe LouisJan 25, 1939

Archer John Porter MartinJun 7, 1941

Winston ChurchillMay 11, 1953

Charles A LindberghMay 3, 1954

John LennonJul 6, 1957

DiefenbakerFeb 20, 1959

Hank GreenbergMay 9, 1959

JFKFeb 29, 1960

Fidel CastroJan 3, 1962

Lyndon B. JohnsonNov 22, 1963

Ted CassidySep 18, 1964

Lee Harvey OswaldSep 27, 1964

Yoko OnoNov 9, 1966

John Paul IIMay 29, 1967

George HarrisonFeb 16, 1968

Paul McCartneyMay 15, 1968

John MaddenFeb 4, 1969

John WayneApr 7, 1970

Ken RosewallJul 4, 1970

Elton JohnAug 25, 1970

Jerry LewisSep 5, 1972

John CleeseJan 18, 1973

Olivia Newton-JohnFeb 18, 1975

Barbra StreisandMar 3, 1975

Ringo StarrApr 28, 1975

John DenverJun 7, 1975

Mary Tyler MooreMar 5, 1977

Pete RoseNov 4, 1978

John Wayne GacyDec 21, 1978

John McEnroeSep 9, 1979

Pat SummerallNov 25, 1979

Guillermo VilasJan 2, 1980

Mike WeaverMar 31, 1980

Bjorn BorgJul 5, 1980

Annie LeibovitzDec 8, 1980

ReaganMar 30, 1981

Jimmy ConnorsJul 4, 1982

Ivan LendlJun 10, 1984

John TurnerJun 17, 1984

Brian MulroneySep 17, 1984

Dan MarinoDec 2, 1985

John ElwayJan 11, 1987

John GottiMar 13, 1987

George SteinbrennerJan 25, 1989

President BushMar 9, 1989

John StocktonApr 5, 1990

Howard SternMay 10, 1990

Margaret ThatcherNov 27, 1990

John CandyFeb 25, 1991

John DalyAug 11, 1991

Sinead O'ConnorOct 3, 1992

John F. Kennedy JrJul 6, 1993

Nicole KidmanJan 21, 1996

Zach BraffOct 2, 2001

Mother TeresaOct 19, 2003

Kal PennJul 30, 2004

Anna KournikovaOct 12, 2008

John B. GurdonOct 8, 2012

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John - Historical Events
Date Event
523-08-13

St John I begins his reign as Catholic Pope

533-01-02

John II begins his reign as Catholic Pope

535-05-08

John II's reign as Catholic Pope ends

561-07-17

John III begins his reign as Catholic Pope succeeding Pelagius I

565-01-22

Eutychius is deposed as Patriarch of Constantinople by John Scholasticus.

574-07-13

John III ends his reign as Catholic Pope

640-12-24

John IV begins his reign as Catholic Pope

642-10-12

John IV ends his reign as Catholic Pope

685-07-23

John V begins his reign as Catholic Pope

701-10-30

John VI of Greece begins his reign as Catholic Pope

705-03-01

John VII begins his reign as Catholic Pope

705-04-01

Greek pope John VII chosen as successor to John VI

707-10-18

John VII ends his reign as Catholic Pope

866-07-21

John appointed bishop of the kingdom

872-12-14

John VIII elected as Catholic Pope

879-05-21

Pope John VIII gives blessings to duke Branimir and to Croatian people, considered to be international recognition of Croatian state.

882-12-16

Marinus I begins his reign as Catholic Pope succeeding John VIII

909-01-23

John of Rila aka Saint Ivan and the fable of two pies.

962-02-02

Pope John XII crowns German King Otto I the Great Emperor

962-12-23

Byzantine-Arab Wars: Under the future Emperor Nicephorus Phocas, Byzantine troops stormed the city of Aleppo, recovering the tattered tunic of John the Baptist.

965-10-01

John XIII Crescentii elected to succeed Pope Leo VIII

967-12-25

John XIII crowned Otto II the Red German compassionate emperor

1027-03-26

John XIX crowns Conrad II Holy Roman Emperor, founder of the Salian dynasty

1058-04-05

Bishop John "Minchio" [domkop] elected as Pope Benedictus X

1156-05-28

Battle at Brindisi: Norman-Sicillian King William beats Byzantine fleet under John Doukas and Alexios Bryennios

1202-04-28

King Philip II throws out John without Country, from France

1207-07-15

King John of England expels Canterbury monks for supporting Archbishop of Canterbury Stephen Langton.

1210-11-01

King John of England begins imprisoning Jews

1213-05-15

King John of England names Stephen Langton as Archbishop of Canterbury

1214-07-02

Battle of La Roche-aux-Moines (Angers), part of King John of England attempt to reclaim Normandy from France

1215-03-04

King John of England makes an oath to the Pope as a crusader to gain the support of Innocent III.

1215-05-12

English barons serve ultimatum on King John; leads to Magna Carta

1215-06-15

King John signs Magna Carta at Runnymede, near Windsor, England

1216-10-12

King John of England loses his crown jewels in The Wash, probably near Fosdyke, perhaps near Sutton Bridge

1216-10-19

King John of England dies at Newark-on-Trent and is succeeded by his nine-year-old son Henry.

1259-01-01

Michael VIII Palaiologos is proclaimed co-emperor of the Empire of Nicaea with his ward John IV Laskaris.

1261-12-25

John IV Lascaris of the restored Eastern Roman Empire is deposed and blinded by orders of his co-ruler Michael VIII Palaeologus.

1276-09-08

John XXI elected Pope

1292-11-17

(O.S.) John Balliol becomes King of Scots.

1294-05-03

John II becomes duke of Brabant/Limburg

1306-03-25

Robert the Bruce crowned Robert I, King of Scots, having killed his rival John Comyn, Lord of Badenoch

1312-09-27

Duke John II of Brabant ends Charter of Kortenberg

1322-11-08

Pope John XXII names John van Diest, bishop of Utrecht

1328-05-26

William of Ockham forced to flee from Avignon by Pope John XXII

1329-03-27

Pope John XXII issues his 'In Agro Dominico' condemning some writings of Meister Eckhart as heretical.

1329-08-09

Quilon the first Indian Diocese was erected by Pope John XXII and Jordanus was appointed the first Bishop

1330-08-25

AntiPope Nicholas V, having obtained assurance of pardon, presents a confession of his sins to Pope John XXII, at Avignon, who absolved him

1342-11-20

Pope Clemens VI names John IV of Arkel as bishop of Utrecht

1364-04-24

Pope Urbabus V names John V van Virneburg as bishop of Utrecht

1374-06-24

A sudden outbreak of St. John's Dance causes people in the streets of Aachen, Germany, to experience hallucinations and begin to jump and twitch uncontrollably until they collapse from exhaustion.

1377-05-22

Pope Gregory XI issues five papal bulls to denounce the doctrines of English theologian John Wycliffe.

1381-07-15

John Ball, a leader in the Peasants' Revolt, is hung, drawn and quartered in the presence of Richard II of England.

1385-04-06

John, Master of the Order of Aviz, is made king John I of Portugal.

1407-11-20

A truce between John the Fearless, Duke of Burgundy and Louis of Valois, Duke of Orléans is agreed under the auspices of John, Duke of Berry. Orléans would be assassinated three days later by Burgundy.

1408-09-23

Battle of Othée; victory of John the Fearless, duke of Burgundy over Liège.

1414-05-29

Council of Constance deposes Pope John XXIII

1414-09-04

Peace of Atrecht: John the fearless & Armagnacs

1415-05-04

Religious reformers John Wycliffe and Jan Hus are condemned as heretics at the Council of Constance.

1415-10-25

John IV van Bourgondy becomes duke of Brabant/Limburg

1420-08-05

Duke John VI of Bavaria visits "Christ's bride"/virgin Liduina

1425-07-19

Duke John VI of Brabant pledges Holland/Zealand to Philip the Good

1448-10-17

Second Battle of Kosovo, where the mainly Hungarian army led by John Hunyadi were defeated by an Ottoman army led by Sultan Murad II.

1487-06-04

Lord Lovell & John de la Poles army land at Furness Lancashire

1487-06-16

Battle of Stoke, Nottinghamshire: Henry VII beats John de la Pole & Lord Lovell

1495-06-01

First written record of Scotch Whisky appears in Exchequer Rolls of Scotland, Friar John Cor is the distiller

1496-03-05

English King Henry VII hands John Cabot (Giovanni Caboto) a commission to explore for new lands

1497-05-02

John Cabot's expedition departs Bristol searching for new lands across the Atlantic

1497-06-24

John Cabot claims Eastern Canada for England (believes he found Asia in Nova Scotia)

1497-08-06

Italian explorer John Cabot returns to Bristol from North America (Newfoundland) - first European to do so since the Vikings

1497-08-10

John Cabot tells King Henry VII of his trip to "Asia"

1512-05-03

Pope Julius II opens 5th Council of Lateran at St. John Lateran Basilica in Rome

1519-07-16

Public debate between Martin Luther & theologist John Eck at Pleissenburg Castle in Liepzig, Luther denies the divine right of the Pope

1525-05-10

Church reformer John Pistorius caught in the Hague

1525-07-11

Trial against "heretic" John Pistorius at The Hague

1525-09-07

Trial against "heretic" John Pistorius ends in the Hague

1526-11-10

John I Zapolyai of Transsylvania chosen as king of Hungary

1527-08-03

First known letter was sent from North America by John Rut while at St. John's, Newfoundland.

1535-06-17

English Catholic Cardinal John Fischer state rights

1538-02-24

Treaty of Nagyvarad/Peace of Grosswardein signed between Ferdinand I of Austria and John Zápolya of Hungary.

1538-05-26

Geneva expels John Calvin and his followers from the city. Calvin lives in exile in Strasbourg for the next three years.

1540-03-19

Court of Holland names Amsterdam sheriff John Hubrechtsz a "heretic"

1544-11-10

Antwerps painter John Matsys banished

1549-08-26

Battle of Dussingdale, near Norwich: John Dudley, Earl of Warwick, defeats rebels and ends "John Kett's Rebellion"

1549-08-27

Battle of Dussindale: John Dudley Earl of Warwick destroys Robert Kett's army, ending Kett's rebellion

1549-10-12

John Dudley earl of Warwick becomes English premier

1551-04-11

English premier John Dudley appointed duke of Northumberland

1551-04-20

John Dudley becomes Earl Marshal of England

1553-07-20

John Dudley, Lord President of the Council under Edward VI, captured in Cambridge

1553-08-13

Michael Servetus is arrested by John Calvin in Geneva as a heretic.

1555-02-09

Bishop of Gloucester John Hooper is burned at the stake.

1559-05-10

Scottish Protestants under John Knox uprise against queen mother Mary

1564-10-18

John Hawkins begins 2nd trip to America

1565-09-08

Turkish siege of Malta broken by Maltese & Knights of St John

1585-08-08

John Davis enters Cumberland Sound in search of the Northwest Passage.

1588-07-26

John Hawkins knighted

1590-08-17

John White returns to Roanoke, NC to find no trace of colonists he had left there 3 years earlier [or Aug 18, 1591]

1594-02-19

Having already inherited the throne of the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth through his mother, Catherine Jagellonica of Poland, Sigismund III of the House of Vasa is crowned King of Sweden, succeeding his father John III of Sweden.

1601-02-13

John Lancaster leads first East India Company voyage from London

1605-01-13

The controversial play Eastward Hoe by Ben Jonson, George Chapman, and John Marston is performed, landing two of the authors in prison.

1607-05-13

English colonists, led by John Smith, land near James River in Virginia

1608-08-13

John Smith's story of Jamestown's first days submitted for publication

1608-09-10

John Smith elected president of Jamestown colony council, Va

1610-07-05

John Guy sets sail from Bristol with 39 other colonists for Newfoundland.

1611-06-13

John Fabricius dedicates earliest sunspot publication

1618-07-16

Capt John Gilbert patents 1st dredger in Britain

1621-03-07

John Pieterszoon Coen's troops land on Lontor, East Indies

1621-07-06

Dutch gov-gen John Pieterszoon Coen takes Banda-islands, 15,000 die

1622-08-10

County Maine appended on John Mason/Fernandino Gorges

1628-11-24

John Ford's "Lover's Melancholy" premieres in London

1630-05-29

Gov John Winthrop begins "History of New England"

1631-05-18

John Winthrop is elected 1st governor of Massachusetts

1634-11-11

Following pressure from Anglican bishop John Atherton, the Irish House of Commons passes "An Act for the Punishment for the Vice of Buggery".

1635-04-28

Virginia Gov John Harvey accused of treason & removed from office

1639-03-13

Cambridge College renamed Harvard for clergyman John Harvard

1640-11-11

Thomas Wentworth, Earl of Strafford, impeached by the House of Lords on the evidence of John Pym, and imprisoned in the Tower of London; he was later executed.

1644-11-23

Areopagitica, a pamphlet decrying censorship, written by John Milton is published.

1648-05-06

Battle at Zolty Wody-Bohdan Chmielricki's Cossaks beat John II Casimir

1648-05-16

Battle at Zolty Wody: Bohdan Chmielricki's cosacks beat John Casimir

1648-09-11

-13] Battle at Pilawce: Bohdan Chmielricki's beats John Casimir [OS]

1648-09-21

-23] Battle at Pilawce: Bohdan Chmielricki's beats John Casimir [NS]

1651-12-24

John van Riebeeck departs to Cape of Good Hope

1652-04-06

Cape Colony, the 1st European settlement in South Africa, established by Dutch East India Company under John of Riebeeck

1652-05-10

John Johnson, a free black, is granted 550 acres in Northampton, Va

1652-06-10

In Boston, John Hull opens the 1st mint in America

1657-07-13

Oliver Cromwell constrains English army leader John Lambert

1659-10-12

English Rump-government fires John Lambert & other generals

1659-10-13

Gen-major John Lambert drives out English Rump-government

1662-09-12

John Flamsteed sees partial solar eclipse, stirs his interest in astronomy

1667-04-27

The blind and impoverished, John Milton sells the copyright of Paradise Lost for £10.

1668-04-13

John Dryden (36) becomes 1st English poet laureate

1668-09-16

King John II Casimir of Poland resigns, flees to France

1668-09-19

Polish king John II Kazimierz resigns/goes to France

1669-07-21

John Locke's Constitution of English colony Carolina approved

1672-05-02

John Maitland becomes Duke of Lauderdale and Earl of March.

1674-05-21

General John Sobieski chosen King of Poland

1675-03-04

John Flamsteed appointed 1st Astronomer Royal of England

1675-08-10

King Charles II and John Flamsteed lay the foundation stone of the Royal Observatory, Greenwich

1677-09-21

John & Nicolaas van der Heyden patents fire extinguisher

1678-02-18

John Bunyan's "Pilgrim's Progress" is published in Holborn, London by Nathaniel Ponder

1679-06-01

The Scottish Covenanters defeat John Graham of Claverhouse at the Battle of Drumclog.

1688-11-24

General strategist John Churchill meets William III

1688-12-04

General John Churchill (later 1st Duke of Marlborough) changes allegiance from James II to William of Orange

1690-12-23

English astronomer John Flamsteed observes Uranus without realizing it's undiscovered

1696-05-31

John Salomonsz elected chief of Saint-Eustatius

1704-04-17

1st successful US newspaper; published in Boston by John Campbell

1706-05-23

Battle of Ramillies: John Churchill (1st Duke of Marlborough) defeats French; 17,000 killed

1707-01-01

John V succeeds his father Pedro II as king of Portugal

1715-04-29

John Flamsteed observes Uranus for 6th time

1720-11-15

Anne Bonny, Mary Read, and John Rackham are captured by Capt. Jonathan Barnet and brought to Spanish Town, Jamaica, for trial

1721-03-09

English Chancellor Exchequer John Aislabie confined in London Tower

1721-05-25

John Copson becomes America's 1st insurance agent

1724-04-07

Johann S Bach's "John Passion" premieres in Leipzig

1728-01-29

John Gays' "Beggar's Opera," premieres in London [NS=Feb 9]

1734-11-17

John Zenger, arrested for libel against NY col gov; later acquitted

1735-08-04

Jury acquits John Zenger (NY Weekly Journal) charged with seditious libel by royal governor of NY (victory for Freedom of press)

1736-02-05

Methodists John & Charles Wesley arrive in Savannah, Georgia

1738-05-24

John Wesley is converted, essentially launching the Methodist movement; the day is celebrated annually by Methodists as Aldersgate Day.

1744-11-23

English premier John Carteret resigns

1748-06-24

The Kingswood School is opened by John Wesley and his brother Charles Wesley in Bristol. The school later moved to Bath.

1755-07-16

John Adams graduates Harvard

1757-03-14

On board HMS Monarch (his own flagship), British Admiral John Byng is executed by firing squad for neglecting his duty "Pour encourager les autres".

1763-02-12

John Casteret appointed British minister of foreign affairs

1763-04-30

Member of Parliament and journalist John Wilkes confined in the Tower of London, charged with seditious libel

1763-11-16

English journalist John Wilkes injured in a duel

1764-02-21

John Wilkes thrown out of English House of Commons for "Essay on Women"

1766-05-09

John Byron back in England after trip around the world

1768-04-09

John Hancock refuses to allow two British customs agents to go below deck of his ship, considered by some to be the first act of physical resistance to British authority in the colonies

1768-05-09

John Hancock pays duties on 25 pipes of wine, only one fourth of his ship's carrying capacity, and British officials accuse him of unloading the rest during the night to avoid paying the duties on the entire cargo

1768-05-10

John Wilkes is imprisoned for writing an article for The North Briton severely criticizing King George III. This action provokes rioting in London.

1768-06-10

British customs officials seize John Hancock's ship, "The Liberty", on the suspicion that Hancock had illegally unloaded cargo without paying duties a month earlier

1768-06-21

1st US bachelor of medicine degree (Dr John Archer)

1769-09-18

John Harris of Boston, Massachusetts, builds 1st spinet piano

1772-04-30

John Clais patents 1st scale

1773-11-05

John Hancock is elected as moderator at a Boston town meeting that resolves that anyone who supports the Tea Act is an "Enemy to America"

1774-03-05

John Hancock delivers the fourth annual Massacre Day oration, a commemoration of the Boston Massacre, and denounces the presence of British troops in Boston, enhancing Hancock's stature as a leading Patriot

1775-04-19

Minutemen Capt John Parker orders not to fire unless fired upon

1775-05-24

John Hancock is unanimously elected President of the Continental Congress

1776-04-07

Captain John Barry and the USS Lexington captures the Edward.

1776-06-11

Continental Congress creates committee (Thomas Jefferson, John Adams, Benjamin Franklin, Roger Sherman, and Robert R. Livingston) to draft a Declaration of Independence

1776-07-02

At the Continental Congress, John Dickinson abstains from the votes that declare independence

1776-07-08

Col John Nixon gave 1st public reading of Decaration of Independence (Philadelphia)

1776-10-18

Battle of Pelham: Col John Glover & Marblehead regiment meet British Forces in Bronx

1777-02-21

British ambassador Joseph Yorke demands dismissal of Governor John de Graaff for saluting US flag

1777-10-17

British General John Burgoyne surrenders at Saratoga NY

1779-01-18

John Dickinson is appointed to be a delegate for Delaware to the Continental Congress

1779-09-23

John Paul Jones' "Bon Homme Richard" defeats HMS Serepis

1779-09-27

John Adams negotiates Revolutionary War peace terms with Britain

1779-09-28

American Revolution: Samuel Huntington is elected President of the Continental Congress, succeeding John Jay.

1780-09-23

British Major John Andre reveals Benedict Arnold's plot to betray West Point

1780-10-25

John Hancock becomes the first Governor of Massachusetts

1781-11-05

John Hanson elected first "President of US in Congress assembled"

1782-04-19

John Adams secures Dutch Republic's recognition of the United States as an independent government and house he purchased in The Hague, Netherlands became first American embassy.

1783-05-18

First United Empire Loyalists reach Parrtown, Saint John, New Brunswick, Canada after leaving the United States.

1783-11-03

John Austin, a highwayman, is the last to be publicly hanged at London's Tyburn gallows.

1784-02-28

John Wesley charters Methodist Church

1784-06-09

John Carroll appointed supervisor of US Catholic Missions

1784-12-21

John Jay becomes 1st US Secretary of State (foreign affairs)

1785-01-07

1st balloon flight across English Channel (Jean Pierre Blanchard & John Jeffries)

1785-01-13

John Walter publishes 1st issue of London Times

1785-01-29

In a surprising announcement, John Hancock resigns as Governor of Massachusetts, allegedly due to his failing health

1787-08-22

John Fitch's steamboat completes its tests, years before Fulton

1788-06-17

After a lengthy stay in Europe, John Adams and his wife Abigail Adams return to Boston

1789-01-26

John Odell signs contract for £336 to build St Peter's church (Bronx)

1789-04-21

John Adams sworn in as 1st US VP (9 days before Washington)

1789-09-24

President George Washington nominates John Jay the 1st Chief Justice

1789-09-26

Thomas Jefferson appointed 1st US Sec of State; John Jay becomes 1st US Chief Justice;

1789-11-06

Pope Pius VI appoints Father John Carroll as the first Catholic bishop in the United States.

1790-03-13

John Martin, 1st American-born actor, performs in Philadelphia

1791-03-10

John Stone, Concord, Mass, patents a pile driver

1791-08-26

John Fitch granted US patent for his working steamboat

1793-07-29

John Graves Simcoe decides to build a fort and settlement at Toronto, having sailed into the bay there.

1794-10-31

John Dalton's first lecture to Manchester Literary/Philosophical Society

1795-07-01

John Rutledge becomes 2nd chief justice of US Supreme Court

1796-11-03

John Adams elected president of the United States of America

1797-01-15

1st top hat worn (John Etherington of London)

1797-02-14

The Battle of Cape St Vincent: British fleet under Admiral Sir John Jervis defeats larger Spanish fleet under Admiral Don José de Córdoba y Ramos near Cape St. Vincent, Portugal. Captain Horatio Nelson distinguishes himself.

1797-03-04

John Adams inaugurated as 2nd president of US

1800-11-01

John Adams becomes the first US president to live in White House

1800-11-24

Naturalists Alexander von Humboldt and Aimé Bonpland depart Caracas for Cuba where they met fellow botanist John Fraser

1801-01-20

John Marshall appointed US chief justice

1802-01-29

John Beckley of Virginia appointed first Librarian of Congress

1803-02-14

Chief Justice John Marshall declares that any act of U.S. Congress that conflicts with the Constitution is void.

1803-03-03

1st impeachment trial of a federal judge, John Pickering, begins

1803-05-17

John Hawkins & Richard French patent the Reaping Machine

1803-10-21

English scientist John Dalton reads his paper on the absorption of gases to the Manchester Literary and Philosophical Soc - 1st outline of his atomic theory

1803-10-23

English physicist John Dalton reads his essay on the absorption of gases by water and presents a series of atomic weights for 21 simple and compound elements at a meeting of the Manchester Literary and Philosophical Society

1808-04-06

John Jacob Astor incorporates the American Fur Company.

1810-06-23

John Jacob Astor organizes Pacific Fur Co (Astoria, Oregon)

1812-05-11

British Prime Minister Spencer Perceval is assassinated by John Bellingham in the lobby of the House of Commons, London. Ironically, descendants of both were later elected to Parliament at the same time.

1813-06-01

Capt John Lawrence utters Navy motto "Don't give up the ship"

1814-09-20

"Star Spangled Banner" published as a song, lyrics by Francis Scott Key, tune by John Stafford Smith

1815-02-06

NJ issues 1st US railroad charter (John Stevens)

1816-12-13

Patent for a dry dock issued to John Adamson, Boston

1817-09-22

John Quincy Adams becomes secretary of State

1822-05-01

John Phillips becomes 1st mayor of Boston

1823-07-01

9th US Postmaster General: John McLean of Ohio takes office

1824-12-01

US House of Representatives begins to decide outcome of election deadlock between John Quincy Adams and Andrew Jackson (Adams wins)

1825-02-09

House of Representatives elects John Quincy Adams 6th US president

1825-03-04

John Quincy Adams inaugrated as 6th president

1825-12-06

Pres John Adams suggests establishment of a US observatory

1826-11-27

John Walker invents friction match in England

1827-04-07

English chemist John Walker invents wooden matches

1828-05-19

U.S. President John Quincy Adams signs the Tariff of 1828/Tariff of Abominations into law to protect industry in the North

1829-05-15

Joseph Smith ordained by John the Baptist according to Joseph Smith

1831-03-02

John Frazee becomes 1st US sculptor to receive a federal commission

1831-08-24

John Henslow asks Charles Darwin to travel with him on HMS Beagle

1831-09-15

The locomotive John Bull operates for the first time in New Jersey on the Camden and Amboy Railroad.

1831-12-05

Former US President John Q Adams takes his seat as a member of House of Representatives

1832-06-22

John Howe patents pin manufacturing machine

1832-11-14

First streetcar (horse-drawn) (John Mason) debuts in NYC; fare 12 cents rode on 4th Avenue between Prince and 14th Sts

1832-12-28

John C. Calhoun becomes 1st VP to resign (differences with President Jackson)

1833-05-06

John Deere makes 1st steel plough

1835-08-25

New York Sun publishes Moon hoax story about John Herschel

1836-07-21

1st Canadian RR opens, between Laprairie & St John, Quebec

1836-08-30

The city of Houston is founded by Augustus Chapman Allen and John Kirby Allen

1837-08-28

Pharmacists John Lea & William Perrins manufacture Worcestershire Sauce

1839-09-09

John Herschel takes 1st glass plate photograph

1839-12-18

1st celestial photograph (of Moon) made in US, John Draper, NYC

1841-04-04

Vice President John Tyler becomes the 10th President of the United States after the death of President William Henry Harrison

1841-06-24

Fordham University (then St John's College), opens in the Bronx

1841-07-03

John Couch Adams decides to determine position of an unknown planet by irregularities it causes in the motion of Uranus

1841-08-21

John Hampton patents venetian blind

1842-02-21

1st known sewing machine patented in US, John Greenough, Wash DC

1842-05-30

John Francis attempts to assassinate Queen Victoria

1844-02-14

Lt. John C. Frémont first European to discover Lake Tahoe in the US

1845-05-20

HMS Erebus and HMS Terror with 134 men under John Franklin sail from the River Thames in England, beginning a disastrous expedition to find the Northwest Passage. All hands are lost.

1845-10-09

The eminent and controversial Anglican, John Henry Newman, is received into the Roman Catholic Church.

1847-01-16

John C. Fremont is appointed Governor of the new California Territory.

1847-07-10

Urbain J J Leverrier & John Couch Adams, codiscoverers of Neptune, meet for 1st time at home of John Herschel

1848-03-23

The ship John Wickliffe arrives at Port Chalmers carrying the first Scottish settlers for Dunedin, New Zealand. Otago province is founded.

1848-03-27

John Parker Paynard originates medicated adhesive plaster

1849-03-31

Col John W Geary arrives as 1st postmaster of SF

1850-05-01

John Geary becomes 1st SF mayor

1850-07-15

John Wisden bowls all 10 South batsmen, North v South at Lord's

1851-05-06

Dr John Gorrie patents a "refrigeration machine"

1851-07-13

John F Loudon discovers tin on East Indian Island of Billiton

1852-11-18

Rose Philippine Duchesne dies in St. Charles, Missouri. She would be canonized on July 3, 1988 by Pope John Paul II.

1852-12-23

1st Chinese theater in US, Celestial John, opens in San Francisco

1853-01-23

John Wilkes Booth is baptized at St. Timothy's Protestant Episcopal Church

1853-10-12

John Morrissey wins boxing title, when Yankee Sullivan leaves ring after 36th round to slug Morrissey's fans

1854-05-24

Lincoln University, Penn, 1st Black college in US founded by John Miller Dickey and Sarah Emlen Cresson

1855-08-04

John Bartlett publishes "Familiar Quotations"

1856-01-08

Dr John A Veatch discovers borax, Tuscan Springs, Calif

1856-02-20

John Rutledge, Liverpool-NY steamer, hits iceberg; many die

1858-02-13

Sir Richard Burton & John Speake explore Lake Tanganyika, Africa

1858-05-08

John Brown holds antislavery convention

1858-09-10

John Holden hits 1st recorded HR (Bkln vs NY)

1859-02-05

Wallachia and Moldavia are united under Alexander John Cuza as the United Principalities.

1859-03-28

1st performance of John Brahms' 1st Serenade for orchestra

1859-10-16

John Brown leads 21 in raid on federal arsenal, Harper's Ferry, Va

1860-02-10

John Brahms' 2nd Serenade in A, premieres

1861-05-13

The Great Comet of 1861 is discovered by John Tebbutt of Windsor, New South Wales, Australia.

1861-05-25

John Merryman is arrested under suspension of writ of habeas corpus it later sparks a supreme court decision protecting writ

1861-08-30

John Fremont issues proclamation freeing slaves of Missouri rebels

1861-10-02

Former US VP John C Breckinridge flees Kentucky

1861-11-02

American Civil War: Western Department Union General John C. Fremont is relieved of command and replaced by David Hunter.

1862-03-15

Gen John Hunt Morgan begins 4 days of raids near Gallatin, TN

1862-04-08

John D Lynde patents aerosol dispenser

1862-06-26

US Army of Virginia established under Gen John Pope

1862-07-09

Gen John Hunt Morgan captures Tompkinsville, Ky

1862-07-17

R John Hunt Morgan:Cynthiana, KY CS24 US17 Skirmish at Columbia, TN

1862-08-12

Gen John Hunt Morgan & his raiders capture Gallatin, TX

1863-07-26

Battle of Salineville OH, John Hunt Morgan & 364 troops surrender

1864-06-17

General John B Hood replaces General Johnston

1864-07-17

CSA President Davis replaces Gen Joe Johnston with John Bell Hood

1864-10-01

John S Staples is paid $500 as a substitute for President Lincoln

1864-10-13

Battle of Harpers Ferry, WV (mOSBY's Raid)

1865-04-14

President Abraham Lincoln is shot by John Wilkes Booth at Ford's Theater

1865-05-13

Battle of Palmito Ranch, near Brownsville, Texas: final engagement of the American Civil War, Private John Jefferson Williams of B Company, 34th Regiment Indiana Infantry is last man killed

1865-10-10

John Hyatts patents billard ball

1867-05-20

British parliament rejects John Stuart Mills' proposals on women's suffrage

1867-07-01

The Dominion of Canada is formed, comprising the provinces of New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, Ontario & Quebec, with John A. Macdonald serving as the first Prime Minister

1868-04-10

1st performance of John Brahms' "A German Requiem"

1868-10-30

John Menard of Louisiana is 1st African American elected to US Congress

1868-11-03

First black Congressman elected (John W Menard, Louisiana)

1868-12-01

John D Rockefeller begins anti oil war

1869-02-27

John Menard is 1st black to make a speech in Congress

1869-06-15

Celluloid patented by John Wesley Hyatt, Albany, NY

1869-10-06

John Brahms' "Liebeslieder Walzer" premieres

1870-01-10

John D Rockefeller incorporates Standard Oil

1871-09-20

Bishop John Coleridge Patteson martyred on the island of Nukapu, a Polynesian outlier island now in the Temotu province of the Solomon Islands. He was the first bishop of Melanesia.

1872-07-09

Doughnut cutter patents by John Blondel, Thomaston, Me

1872-09-21

John Henry Conyers of SC becomes 1st black student at Annapolis

1873-11-04

Dentist John Beers of SF patents gold crown

1873-11-05

Due to the fallout from the Pacific Scandal, John A. Macdonald resigns as Prime Minister of Canada

1873-11-07

Alexander Mackenzie becomes the second Prime Minister of Canada, succeeding John A. Macdonald

1875-03-15

1st US cardinal (John McCloskey) invested

1876-11-04

John Brahms' 1st Symphony in C premieres

1877-08-10

Big Hole River: Col John Gibbon murders Nez-Perce indians

1877-09-27

John Mercer Langston named minister of Haiti

1877-12-28

John Stevens, applies for a patent for his flour rolling mill

1878-02-18

John Tunstall is murdered by outlaw Jessie Evans, sparking the Lincoln County War in Lincoln County, New Mexico.

1878-05-23

Atty John Henry Smyth named minister to Liberia

1878-10-17

After serving as the opposition for five years, John A. Macdonald is re-elected as Prime Minister of Canada

1878-11-01

Edward Scripps & John Sweeney found Penny Press (Cleveland Press)

1878-12-18

John Kehoe, the last of the Molly Maguires is executed in Pennsylvania.

1879-01-01

John Brahms' Violin Concerto in D major premieres in Leipzig

1879-07-16

3rd Wimbledon Mens Tennis: John Hartley beats V Goold (6-2 6-4 6-2)

1879-08-21

The Virgin Mary, along with St. Joseph and St. John the Evangelist, reportedly appears to the people of Knock, County Mayo, Ireland.

1879-12-26

John Brahms' "Tragic Ouverture," premieres

1880-02-04

The Black donnelly massacre. James (63), Johannah (56), John (32), Thomas (25) and Bridget (21) Donnelly are murdered in their home by members of the Vigilance Committee

1880-03-23

Flour rolling mill patented (John Stevens of Wisc)

1880-06-12

John Lee Richmond pitches 1st major league perfect game, Worcester 1, Cleveland's Forest City 0

1880-06-17

John Ward, Providence, pitches perfect game vs Buffalo

1880-07-15

4th Wimbledon Mens Tennis: John Hartley beats H Lawford (6-2 6-3 6-2 2-6 6-3)

1880-10-01

John Philip Sousa becomes new director of US Marine Corps Band

1881-01-01

Dr John H Watson is introduced to Sherlock Holmes

1881-06-14

Player piano patented by John McTammany Jr (Cambridge, Mass)

1882-02-07

Last bare knuckle champion John L Sullivan KOs Paddy Ryan in Miss

1882-12-10

John Brahms' "Gesang der the Parzen" premieres

1883-03-04

John Gordon Cashmans begins "Vicksburg Evening Post" in Mississippi

1883-04-23

John Heemskerk Azn forms Dutch government

1883-05-04

John Gordon Cashmans begins "Vicksburg Evening Post" (Miss)

1883-12-02

John Brahms' 3rd Symphony in F, premieres

1884-03-17

John Joseph Montgomery makes 1st glider flight, Otay, Calif

1884-05-31

Dr John Harvey Kellogg patents "flaked cereal"

1884-06-03

John Lynch (R-MS) chosen 1st black major-party natl convention chair

1884-06-24

John Lynch is 1st black elected chairman of Republican convention

1884-09-10

Congressman John R Lynch presides over Republican National Convention

1884-11-17

Cops arrest John L Sullivan in 2nd round for being "cruel"

1884-11-25

John B Meyenberg of St Louis patents evaporated milk

1885-03-20

John Matzeliger of Suriname patents shoe lacing machine

1885-05-07

John E W Thompson named US minister to Haiti

1885-08-29

Boxing's 1st heavyweight title fight with 3-oz gloves & 3-minute rounds fought between John L Sullivan & Dominick McCaffrey

1885-10-22

John Ward & several teammates secretly form Brotherhood of Prof Base Ball Players, 1st baseball union

1885-10-25

John Brahms' 4th Symphony in E premieres

1886-03-29

Chemist John Pemberton begins to advertise for Coca-Coke

1886-08-13

John A. Macdonald uses a silver hammer to pound a gold spike, officially completing the Esquimalt and Nanaimo Railway in British Columbia

1887-01-26

Battle of Dogali: Abyssinian Emperor John IV defeats Italians

1887-12-28

Sir John Layton Jarvis, 1st British race horse trainer knighted

1888-02-22

John Reid of Scotland demonstrates golf to Americans (Yonkers NY)

1888-03-10

HW Boxing champ John L Sullivan draws Charlie Mitchell in 30 rounds

1888-07-23

John Boyd Dunlop applies to patent pneumatic tire

1888-10-30

John J Loud patents ballpoint pen

1888-10-31

Scottish vet John Boyd Dunlop patents pneumatic bicycle tyre

1888-12-22

Heavyweight boxing champ John L Sullivan challenges Jake Kilrain

1889-01-30

John Herschel uses camera obscura to photograph 48" (120cm) telescope

1889-03-09

Battle at Gallabat (Metema): Mahdi's beat Abyssinian emperor John IV

1889-03-30

John T Reid opens 1st US golf course (Yonkers, NY)

1889-07-08

John L Sullivan KOs Jake Kilrain in 75 rounds (last bare-knuckle bout)

1890-10-11

1st 100 yard dash under 10 seconds (John Owens 9-4/5 secs, Wash DC)

1890-10-18

John Owen is 1st man to run 100 yd dash in under 10 seconds

1891-06-16

John Abbott becomes Canada's third prime minister.

1891-07-14

John T Smith patents corkboard

1891-09-03

John Stephens Durham named US minister to Haiti

1892-05-28

Sierra Club forms by John Muir in SF, for conservation of nature

1892-06-07

John J Doyle of Clev Spiders is 1st to pinch hit in a baseball game

1892-07-08

St. John's, Newfoundland is devastated in the Great Fire of 1892.

1892-09-07

James Corbett KOs John Sullivan in 21 for heavyweight boxing title

1892-09-26

1st public appearance of John Philip Sousa's band (NJ)

1892-12-05

Sir John Thompson becomes the fourth Prime Minister of Canada.

1892-12-27

Foundation Stone of Cathedral of St John laid (NYC)

1893-04-27

Richard "King Dick" Seddon succeeds John Balance as premier of New Zealand and leader of Liberal Party

1895-08-19

American frontier murderer and outlaw, John Wesley Hardin, is killed by an off-duty policeman in a saloon in El Paso, Texas.

1895-08-31

1st pro football game (QB John Brallier paid $10 & won 12-0)

1896-04-13

John Philip Sousa's "El Capitan" premieres at the Tremont Theatre in Boston,

1896-04-20

1st public film showing in US John Philip Sousa's "El Capitan" premieres in NYC

1896-12-25

"Stars & Stripes Forever" written by John Philip Sousa

1897-01-10

Henrik Ibsen's "John Gabriel Borkman," premieres in Helsingfors

1897-01-16

John Dewey's essay "My Pedagogic Creed" appears in School Journal

1897-04-19

1st American marathon ran, John J McDermott wins in 2:55:10 (Boston)

1897-05-17

The first successful submarine that can run submerged for any considerable distance and combines electric and gasoline engines is launched in the USA by its designer John Philip Holland

1897-07-16

The South African Committee, investigating the Jameson Raid releases its report finding that it was conducted almost implicitly through the support and encouragement of Cecil John Rhodes and the mining houses in the Transvaal

1897-08-03

John McNally's musical "Good Mr Best" premieres in NYC

1898-02-08

John Ames Sherman patents 1st envelope folding & gumming mach (Mass)

1898-03-17

John Philip Holland achieves successful test runs of the first modern submarine off Staten Island

1899-04-18

John McGraw, at 36, managerial debut as Oriole manager

1899-09-06

US minister of Foreign affairs John Hay publishes his "Open Through Note"

1900-01-01

1st date in John dos Passos' USA trilogy (The 42nd Parallel)

1900-01-02

John Hay announces the Open Door Policy to promote trade with China.

1900-01-05

Irish leader John Edward Redmond calls for a revolt against British rule.

1900-03-20

US Secretary of State John Hay announces that all nations to whom he sent notes calling for an 'open door' policy in China have essentially accepted his stand.

1900-04-11

The first modern submarine designed and built by John Philip Holland is purchased by the U.S. Navy

1900-05-08

John McGraw & Wilbert Robinson sign with Cardinals

1900-10-12

The first modern submarine is commissioned by the U.S.Navy as the USS Holland, named for its designer John Philip Holland

1901-01-31

Boer general John Smuts & De la Rey conqueror Mud river Transvaal

1901-03-11

Cincinnati Enquirer reports Balt mgr John McGraw signed Cherokee Indian Tokohoma, who is really black 2nd baseman Charlie Grant

1902-05-22

36th Belmont: John Bullman aboard Mastermam wins in 2:22.6

1902-07-02

John J McGraw becomes manager of NY Giants (stays for 30 years)

1902-07-08

John McGraw, accused by Ban Johnson of trying to wreck Baltimore & Washington clubs, negotiates his release from the Orioles

1902-07-16

John McGraw named manager of NY Giants

1902-07-19

NY Giants lose their 1st game under new manager John McGraw

1903-04-20

7th Boston Marathon won by John Lorden of Mass in 2:41:29.8

1903-05-27

37th Belmont: John Bullman aboard Africander wins in 2:21.75

1904-02-04

John Millington Synges "Well of Saints," premieres in Dublin

1904-04-26

John C Watson leads the first Labour Government of Australian when Alfred Deakin resigns; Watson himself will resign in August

1904-08-10

Angelo G Roncalli (Pope John XXIII) becomes a priest

1904-08-17

George H Reid succeeds John Watson as Prime Minister of Australia

1904-11-01

George Bernard Shaw's "John Bull's Other Island" premieres in London

1906-04-14

US President Theodore Roosevelt denounces "muckrakers" in US press, taken from John Bunyan's Pilgrim's Progress

1906-05-01

Phillies' John Lush no-hits Bkln Dodgers, 6-0

1906-06-30

John Hope becomes 1st black president of Morehouse College

1906-08-24

Cincinnati Red John Weimer no-hits Dodgers, 1-0 in 7 inning game

1906-09-25

John Galsworthy's "Silver Box" premieres in London

1908-01-25

John Blockx' opera "Baldie" premieres in Antwerp

1908-05-24

John Masefields "Tragedy of Nan" premieres in London

1908-06-01

John Krohn begins walk around perimeter of US, which took 357 days

1908-07-24

John Hayes wins 4th olympics marathon (2:55:18.4 world record)

1908-08-06

St Louis Card John Lush's 2nd no-hitter, beats Dodgers, 2-0 in 6 inn

1909-02-21

John Galsworthy's "Strife," premieres in London

1909-07-30

John A Heyder becomes president of baseball's National League

1910-02-21

John Galsworthy's "Justice," premieres in London

1910-03-03

Rockefeller Foundation: John D. Rockefeller Jr. announces his retirement from managing his businesses so that he can be devoted full time to being a philanthropist

1911-06-24

17th US Golf Open: John McDermott shoots a 307 at Chicago GC in Ill

1912-08-02

18th US Golf Open: John McDermott shoots a 294 at CC of Buffalo NY

1913-03-14

John D Rockefeller gives $100 million to Rockefeller Foundation

1913-05-30

John McGraw joins Fred Clarke, Cap Anson, Frank Selee, & Connie Mack as managers who have won 1,000 games

1913-10-12

John McGraw, after drinking, blames Wilbert Robinson's coaching mistakes for World Series lose, Robertson blames McGraw & is fired

1913-12-09

John K Tener becomes president of baseball's National League

1914-05-09

40th Kentucky Derby: John McCabe aboard Old Rosebud wins in 2:03.4

1914-07-30

John French appointed British supreme commander

1914-08-11

John Wray patents animation

1914-08-14

British field marshal John French & Gen Wilson land in France

1914-08-28

British General John French evacuate Amiens

1914-09-20

John Redmond urges Irish Volunteers to enlist in the British Army

1915-05-03

John McCrae writes the poem "In Flanders Fields"

1915-06-18

21st US Golf Open: John Travers shoots a 297 at Baltusrol GC NJ

1915-11-30

St John Ervine's "John Ferguson" premieres in Dublin

1915-12-08

John McCrae's poem "In Flanders Fields" appears anonymously in "Punch" magazine

1916-09-29

John D Rockefeller becomes the first billionaire.

1916-10-07

Georgia Tech, coached by John Heisman, defeat Cumberland 222-0, the most lopsided score in the history of college football

1917-02-05

The last of the American troops commanded by General John Pershing leave Mexico; President Carranza will be assassinated within the next year

1917-08-19

Sunday benefit baseball game at Polo Grounds results in John McGraw & Christy Mathewson's arrest for violating Blue laws

1918-12-10

John A Heyder becomes president of baseball's National League

1918-12-30

John E Hoover decides to be called J. Edgar Hoover

1919-01-14

John McGraw, Charles A Stoneham, & Judge MCQuade buy NY Giants

1919-02-05

NL pres John Heydler dismisses charges that Hal Chase bet against his team & threw games in collusion with gamblers

1919-08-28

General John Smuts becomes premier of South Africa

1919-08-31

John Reed forms American Communist Labor Party in Chicago

1919-09-10

NYC welcomes home Gen John J Pershing & 25,000 WW I soldiers

1920-04-21

John Galsworthy's "Skin Game" premieres in London

1922-02-07

John Willard's "Cat & the Canary," premieres in NYC

1922-09-25

Giants beat St Louis, to clinch John McGraw's 8th pennant

1923-06-27

Capt. Lowell H. Smith and Lt. John P. Richter perform the first ever aerial refueling in a DH-4B biplane

1923-08-23

Capt. Lowell Smith and Lt. John P. Richter performed the first mid-air refueling on De Havilland DH-4B, setting an endurance flight record of 37 hours.

1923-10-16

John Harwood patents self-winding watch (Switzerland)

1923-10-23

Giants defeat Balt Orioles 9-0 to benefit former Giants owner John Day

1924-02-08

1st coast-to-coast radio hookup: Gen John Joseph Carty speech in Chic

1924-05-12

50th Preakness: John Merimee aboard Nellie Morse wins in 1:57.2

1924-05-17

50th Kentucky Derby: John Mooney aboard Black Gold wins in 2:05.2

1925-01-05

French Baseball Federation awards silver medals to John McGraw, Charlie Comiskey, & Hugh Jennings

1925-01-12

John Howard Lawson's "Processional," premieres in NYC

1925-03-19

Angelo G Roncalli (later Pope John XXIII) becomes a bishop

1925-05-05

John T Scopes arrested for teaching evolution in Tennessee

1925-07-10

Jury selection took place in John T Scopes evolution trial

1925-07-21

"Monkey Trial" ends - John Scopes found guilty of teaching Darwinism

1925-07-24

John T Scopes found guilty of teaching evolution in the "Scopes monkey trial", Dayton, Tennessee, fined $100 & costs

1926-01-26

1st public demonstration of television by John Logie Baird in his laboratory in London

1926-05-10

52nd Preakness: John Maiben aboard Display wins in 1:59.8

1926-08-06

Don Juan with John Barrymore shown

1926-10-19

John C Garand patents semi-automatic rifle

1927-01-15

The Tennessee Supreme Court overturns (on a technicality) John T Scopes' guilty verdict for teaching evolution — but the law itself remains in force

1927-01-31

NL Pres John Heydler rules Rogers Hornsby can't hold stock in the Cardinals & play for the Giants

1927-02-24

John Golden Theater (Theatre Masque) opens at 252 W 45th St NYC

1928-05-14

John McGraw is knocked down by a taxicab & suffers a broken leg

1928-07-03

1st colour TV broadcast in London (John Logie Baird)

1928-12-11

NL Pres John Heydler proposes designated hitter for pitchers

1928-12-17

John McGraw backs NL Pres John Heydler's designated hitter idea

1929-04-03

RMS Queen Mary is ordered from John Brown & Company Shipbuilding and Engineering by Cunard Line.

1929-09-26

John Schrober becomes chancellor of Austria

1929-11-04

John Baldridge' "Berkeley Square" premieres in NYC

1930-08-06

Supreme Court Justice John Force Crater disappears in NYC

1930-09-13

Winnipeg Rugby Football Club 1st game, loses to St John's Rugby, 7-3

1931-03-27

John McGraw says night baseball will not catch on

1932-02-15

John Van Druten's "There's Always Juliet," premieres in NYC

1932-06-03

John McGraw, who came to NY in 1902, resigns as manager of Giants

1932-06-07

Pitcher John Quinn, 47, is oldest player to have an extra-base hit (a double) & bat in a run, as the Dodgers beat the Cubs 9-2

1932-07-03

John McGraw retires from baseball

1932-08-14

Dodger John Quinn, 49, is oldest pitcher to win a major league game

1932-12-31

John P O'Brien sworn-in as mayor of NYC

1933-04-27

Jessop & Son department store in Nottingham, England, acquired by John Lewis Partnership. The partnership's first shop outside London.

1933-05-22

Loch Ness Monster is 1st reportedly sighted by John Mackay

1933-06-10

John Dillinger robs his first bank, in New Carlisle, Ohio. He takes $10, 600

1933-10-12

John Dillinger escapes from jail in Allen County, Ohio

1933-10-23

John Dillinger and his gang rob Central National Bank, in Greencastle, Indiana. They take $75, 000

1934-03-03

John Dillinger breaks out of jail using a wooden pistol

1934-06-22

John Dillinger is informally named America's first Public Enemy Number One

1934-06-25

Yank pitcher John Broaca ties record by striking out 5 times

1934-07-22

Outside Chicago's Biograph Theatre, "Public Enemy No. 1" John Dillinger is mortally wounded by FBI agents.

1934-09-25

John Van Druten's "Distaff Side" premieres in NYC

1935-04-19

39th Boston Marathon won by John A Kelley of Mass in 2:32:07.4

1936-07-22

Phillies John Moore hits 3 consecutive HRs

1936-12-16

John Monks/Fred Finklehoff's "Brother Rat" premieres in NYC

1937-05-19

John Murray/Allen Boretz's "Room Service" premieres in NYC

1937-11-23

John Steinbeck's "Of Mice & Men" premieres in NYC

1938-09-15

John Cobb sets world auto speed record at 350.2 MPH (lasts 1 day)

1938-11-18

Trade union members elect John L. Lewis as the first president of the Congress of Industrial Organizations.

1939-01-25

Joe Louis KOs John Henry Lewis in 1 for heavyweight boxing title

1939-04-14

John Steinbeck novel "The Grapes of Wrath" published

1939-08-23

John Cobb (Britain) drives 365.85 MPH (593.48 KPH) at Bonneville Flats

1940-05-06

Pulitzer prize awarded to John Steinbeck (Grapes of Wrath)

1940-07-25

John Sigmund begins swimming for 89 hrs 46 mins in the Mississippi River

1940-08-05

St Louis Brown John Whitehead no-hits Detroit Tigers, 4-0 in 6 innings

1940-12-23

John Van Druten's "Old Acquaintance" premieres in NYC

1941-06-07

Chemists Archer John Porter Martin and Richard L. M. Synge give the first demonstration of partition chromatography (separation of mixtures) at a meeting of the Biochemical Society held at the National Institute for Medical Research, Hampstead

1942-10-08

Fight at Matanikau, Guadalcanal (John Hersey-Into the Valley)

1942-11-01

John H Johnson publishes 1st issue of Negro Digest

1942-12-12

A fire in a hostel in St. John's, Newfoundland, kills 100 people.

1943-08-02

Lt John F Kennedy's PT-boat 109 sinks at Solomon islands

1943-12-08

John Van Druten's "Voice of the Turtle" premieres in NYC

1944-04-20

Dutch Communist Party resistance fighter John Postma sentence to death

1944-07-14

Attempt to liberate prisoners in Amsterdam fails, John Post arrested

1944-10-19

John Van Druten's "I Remember Mama," premieres in NYC

1944-11-29

John Hopkins hospital performs 1st open heart surgery

1945-01-03

John Patrick's "Hasty Heart," premieres in NYC

1945-04-19

49th Boston Marathon won by John A Kelley of Mass in 2:30:40.2

1945-05-07

Pulitzer prize awarded to John Hersey (Bell for Adano)

1945-11-01

First issue of Ebony magazine published by John H Johnson

1945-12-15

John J "Cardinal" O'Connor, ordained as a priest

1946-08-08

Dreyfuss family, owners of Pittsburgh Pirates since 1900, sells club to Frank McKinney & John Galbreath for $25 million

1946-11-05

John F Kennedy (Democrat, Massachusetts) elected to US House of Representatives

1946-12-12

UN accepts 6 Manhattan blocks as a gift from John D. Rockefeller Jr

1947-03-15

John Lee appointed 1st black commissioned officer in US Navy

1947-03-24

John D. Rockefeller Jr donates NYC East River site to the UN

1947-09-16

John Cobb sets world auto speed record at 394.2 MPH

1947-11-24

John Steinbeck's novel "Pearl" published

1947-12-02

13th Heisman Trophy Award: John Lujack, Notre Dame (QB)

1948-02-11

John Costello follows Eamon Da Valera as premier of Ireland

1948-03-23

John Cunningham sets world altitude record (54,492' (18,133 m))

1948-06-08

John Rudder becomes 1st negro commissioned officer in US marines

1949-03-24

Walter & John Huston become 1st father-and-son team to win

1949-12-20

Maurice Ravel/John Cranko's ballet "Beauty & the Beast" premieres

1950-04-06

John F Dulles becomes advisor to US Sect of State Acheson

1950-10-20

Chemists Archer John Porter Martin and James Lovelock give the first demonstration of gas chromatography at a meeting of the Biochemical Society. The technique is rapidly adopted by the petrochemical industry.

1950-12-13

"Let's Make an Opera" opens at John Golden Theater NYC for 5 perfs

1950-12-16

"Let's Make an Opera" closes at John Golden Theater NYC after 5 perfs

1951-02-10

"John & Marsha" by Stan Freberg peaks at #21

1951-05-16

The first regularly scheduled transatlantic flights begin between John F Kennedy International Airport in New York City and Heathrow Airport in London, operated by El Al Israel Airlines.

1951-11-01

Jet magazine founded by John H Johnson

1951-11-28

John Van Druten's "I am a Camera" premieres in NYC

1952-05-02

1st performance of John Cage's "Water Music"

1953-01-21

John Foster Dulles appointed as US Secretary of State

1953-02-10

Ice Pairs Championship at Davos won by Jennifer & John Nicks of GRB

1953-05-11

Winston Churchill criticizes US Sec of State John Foster Dulles' domino theory

1953-07-26

Arizona Governor John Howard Pyle orders an anti-polygamy law enforcement crackdown on residents of Short Creek, Arizona, which becomes known as the Short Creek Raid.

1953-08-21

Baseball player reps Ralph Kiner (NL) & Allie Reynolds (AL) hire John Norman Lewis at $15,000 to give legal advice to players in negotiation

1953-08-22

John Norman Lewis contends players have no desire to form a union

1953-10-02

"Comedy in Music (Victor Borge)" opens at John Golden NYC for 849 perf

1953-10-15

John Patrick's "Teahouse of the Red Moon" premieres in NYC

1953-12-08

19th Heisman Trophy Award: John Lattner, Notre Dame (HB)

1953-12-10

"John Murray Anderson's Almanac" opens at Imperial NYC for 229 perfs

1954-02-14

Sen John Kennedy appears on "Meet the Press"

1954-05-03

Pulitzer prize awarded to Charles A Lindbergh & John Patrick

1954-06-02

John Costello (Cons) becomes premier of Ireland

1954-06-21

John Landy runs world record mile (3:58.0)

1954-06-24

"John Murray Anderson's Almanac" closes at Imperial NYC after 229 perf

1954-07-20

West German secret service head Otto John defects to German DR

1954-11-10

Lt Col John Stapp travels 632 mph in a rocket sled

1954-11-30

John Strydom succeeds Malan as premier of South Africa

1955-01-29

John Williams Cox buys Yankee Stadium, sells grounds to Knights of Columbus, later leaves structure to Rice University (1962)

1956-05-08

John Osborne's "Look Back in Anger" premieres in London

1956-05-26

Reds' John Klippstein, Hershel Freemman & Joe Blacks no-hitter, broken up with 2 outs in 10th & lose to Braves in 11th, 2-1

1956-07-07

Douglas Moore/John Latouche' opera "Ballad of Baby Doe," premieres

1956-11-10

Gene de Paul/John Meyer's musical "Li'l Abner" premieres in NYC

1957-04-10

John Osborne's "Entertainer" premieres in London

1957-04-20

61st Boston Marathon won by John J Kelley of Conn in 2:20:05

1957-04-22

All NL teams intergates, John Irwin Kennedy is 1st black on Phillies

1957-05-06

Pulitzer prize awarded to John F Kennedy (Profiles in Courage)

1957-06-10

John Diefenbacker (C) elected PM of Canada

1957-06-18

John Diefenbacker (C) takes office as PM of Canada

1957-07-06

John Lennon (16) & Paul McCartney (15) meet for 1st time as Lennon's rock group Quarrymen perform at a church dinner

1957-07-16

Marine Maj John Glenn sets transcontinental speed record (03:28:08)

1957-09-10

"Mask & Gown" opens at John Golden Theater NYC for 39 performances

1957-09-15

"Bachelor Father" with John Forsythe premieres

1957-10-12

"Mask & Gown" closes at John Golden Theater NYC after 39 performances

1957-12-03

23rd Heisman Trophy Award: John Crow, Texas A&M (HB)

1957-12-04

2 commuter trains collide in heavy fog killing 92 (St John's, England)

1958-10-28

Angelo Giuseppe Roncalli, elected Pope, taking name John XXIII

1958-11-04

Angelo G Roncalli crowned as pope John XXIII

1958-12-09

Robert H W Welch Jr & 11 other men meet in Indianapolis to form anti-Communist John Birch Society

1958-12-23

"Party with Comden & Green" opens at John Golden NYC for 38 perfs

1959-01-24

"Party with Comden & Green" closes at John Golden NYC after 38 perfs

1959-01-25

Pope John XXIII proclaims 2nd Vatican council

1959-02-20

The Avro Arrow program to design and manufacture supersonic jet fighters in Canada is cancelled by the Diefenbaker government amid much political debate.

1959-04-15

US Secretary of State John Foster Dulles resigns

1959-04-16

"Party with Comden & Green" opens at John Golden NYC for 44 perfs

1959-05-09

Dorothy Rigney, husband John, & Hank Greenberg resign from White Sox

1959-05-23

"Party with Comden & Green" closes at John Golden NYC after 44 perfs

1959-06-03

Eisenhower routes Canadian premier Diefenbaker message off the Moon

1959-06-29

Pope John XXIII 1st encyclical "On truth, unity, & peace, in charity"

1959-08-01

Pope John XXIII publishes encyclical Sacerdotii nostri primordia

1959-08-04

"Billy Barnes Revue" opens at John Golden Theater NYC for 87 perfs

1959-08-12

Progressive Party under John Steytler forms in South Africa

1959-10-08

"At the Drop of a Hat" opens at John Golden Theater NYC for 216 perfs

1959-10-17

"Billy Barnes Revue" closes at John Golden Theater NYC after 87 perfs

1959-11-28

Pope John XXIII publishes encyclical Princeps Pastorum

1960-01-02

John Reynolds sets age of solar system at 4,950,000,000 years

1960-01-02

Senator John F Kennedy, announces his candidacy for the US Presidency

1960-02-25

John Cage's "Music for Amplified Toy Pianos," premieres

1960-02-29

JFK makes "missile gap" the presidential campaign issue

1960-03-28

Pope John appoints the first Japanese, African & Filipino cardinals

1960-05-10

John F Kennedy wins primary in West Virginia

1960-05-14

"At the Drop of a Hat" closes at John Golden NYC after 216 perfs

1960-07-13

US Democratic convention nominates JFK as presidential candidate

1960-09-12

John F. Kennedy avers he does not speak for the Roman Catholic Church, and neither does the Church speak for him.

1960-10-11

Radio/TV executive John Fetzer buys a controlling interest of Detroit Tigers

1960-10-14

Peace Corps 1st suggested by JFK

1960-10-21

JFK & Nixon clashed in 4th & final presidential debate (NYC)

1960-11-08

JFK (Sen-D-Mass) beats VP Richard Nixon (R) to become 35th US president

1961-01-25

1st live, nationally televised presidential news conference (JFK)

1961-01-30

JFK asks for an Alliance for Progress & Peace Corps

1961-03-13

JFK sets up the Alliance for Progress

1961-04-24

JFK accepts "sole responsibility" following Bay of Pigs

1961-05-04

South-Africa ANC-leader John Nkadimeng arrested

1961-05-06

87th Kentucky Derby: John Sellers aboard Carry Back wins in 2:04

1961-05-15

Pope John XXIII publishes encyclical Mater et Magistra

1961-05-25

JFK sets goal of putting a man on Moon before the end of decade

1961-06-03

JFK & Khrushchev meet in Vienna

1961-07-14

Pope John XXIII publishes encyclical Mater et magistrate

1961-07-17

John Chancellor becomes news anchor of Today Show

1961-07-25

In a speech John F. Kennedy emphasizes that any attack on Berlin is an attack on NATO.

1961-09-05

JFK begins underground nuclear testing

1961-10-06

JFK advises Americans to build fallout shelters

1961-10-24

"Evening with Yves Montand" opens at John Golden NYC for 55 perfs

1961-11-18

JFK sends 18,000 military advisors to South Vietnam

1961-11-29

John A McCone replaces Allen W Dulles as 6th director of CIA

1961-12-11

JFK provides US miltary helicopters & crews to South Vietnam

1961-12-13

Jimmy Dean's Big Bad John album is country music 1st million $ seller

1961-12-14

Jimmy Dean's "Big Bad John" is 1st country song to get a gold record

1961-12-16

"Evening with Yves Montand" opens at John Golden NYC after 55 perfs

1962-01-03

Pope John XXIII excommunicates Fidel Castro

1962-01-07

Bollingen Prize for poetry awarded to John Hall Wheelock

1962-02-02

1st pole vault over 16' (4.88m) (John Uelses-16', Melrose Games)

1962-02-03

John Uelses pole vaults record 489 cm

1962-02-20

John Glenn is 1st American to orbit Earth (Friendship 7)

1962-03-02

JFK announces US will resume above ground nuclear testing

1962-05-19

"John Birch Society" by Chad Mitchell Trio hits #99

1962-05-19

88th Preakness: John Rotz aboard Greek Money wins in 1:56.2

1962-06-11

US President John Kennedy accepts an honorary degree from Yale

1962-06-11

Brothers John and Clarence Anglin and fellow inmate Frank Morris escape from Alcatraz Island prison, the only ones to do so

1962-09-29

JFK authorized use of federal troops to integrate U of Mississippi

1962-09-30

JFK routes 3,000 federal troops to Mississippi

1962-10-09

NASA civilian test pilot John B McKay takes X-15 to 39,200 m

1962-10-11

2nd Vatican Council (21st ecumenical) convened by Pope John XXIII

1962-10-16

Cuban missile crisis begins as JFK becomes aware of missiles in Cuba

1962-10-18

JFK meets Soviet minister of foreign affairs Andrei Gromyko

1962-10-22

JFK addresses TV about Russian missile bases in Cuba

1962-10-22

JFK imposes naval blockade on Cuba, beginning missile crisis

1962-10-25

American author John Steinbeck awarded Nobel Prize for Literature

1962-10-26

JFK warns Russia that the USA will not allow Soviet missiles to remain in Cuba

1962-10-27

"Beyond the Fringe" opens at John Golden Theater NYC for 673 perfs

1963-01-27

Sam Rice, Eppa Rixey, Elmer Flick, & John Clarkson elected to Baseball Hall of Fame

1963-02-19

USSR informs JFK it is withdrawing several thousand troops from Cuba

1963-03-12

Beatles perform as a trio, John Lennon is ill with a cold

1963-03-22

Brit Min of War John Profumo denies having sex with Christine Keeler

1963-04-11

John XXIII encyclical On peace in truth, justice, charity & liberty

1963-05-08

JFK offers Israel assistance against aggression

1963-06-04

British Minister of War John Profumo resigns due to Christine Keeler scandal

1963-06-10

US President JFK signs law for equal pay for equal work for men & women

1963-06-11

US President JFK says segregation is morally wrong & that it is "time to act"

1963-06-21

Pope Paul VI (Giovanni Battista Montini) succeeds John XXIII

1963-06-26

US President John Kennedy visits West Berlin "Ich bin ein Berliner" ("I am a Berliner";or is it "I am a doughnut")

1963-06-27

US President John Kennedy spent 1st full day in Ireland

1963-08-24

John Pennel is first person to pole-vault 17'

1963-09-20

JFK proposes a joint US-Soviet voyage to the moon

1963-09-29

Houston Colt .45 John Paciorek goes 3 for 3 in his only game

1963-09-30

56th Postmaster General: John A Gronouski of Wis takes office

1963-10-07

JFK signs ratification for nuclear test ban treaty

1963-10-31

J. Edgar Hoover's last meeting with President John F Kennedy

1963-11-04

John Lennon utters his infamous "rattle your jewellery" line at a Royal Variety Performance in London

1963-11-21

JFK flies to Texas

1963-11-22

Lyndon B. Johnson sworn in as the 36th US president after the assassination of President John F. Kennedy

1963-11-22

American President John F. Kennedy assassinated by Lee Harvey Oswald in Dallas, Texas

1963-11-23

JFK's body lay in repose in East Room of White House

1963-11-23

LBJ proclaims Nov 25 a day of national mourning (for JFK)

1963-11-25

JFK laid to rest at Arlington National Cemetery

1963-12-22

Official 30-day mourning period for President John F Kennedy ends

1964-02-02

Red Faber, Burleigh Grimes, Tim Keefe, Heinie Manush, John Montgomery Ward, & Miller Huggins are selected to Hall of Fame

1964-03-25

Britain sets memorial for the late President John F Kennedy

1964-03-30

Astronaut John Glenn withdraws from Ohio senate race

1964-04-01

John Lennon is reunited with his father Freddie after 17 years

1964-04-27

John Lennon's "In His Own Write" is published in US

1964-05-30

"Beyond the Fringe" closes at John Golden Theater NYC after 673 perfs

1964-07-07

All star MVP: John Callison (Philadelphia Phillies)

1964-09-09

John Osborne's "Inadmissable Evidence," premieres in London

1964-09-18

"The Addams Family", starring John Astin, Carolyn Jones, Ted Cassidy, and Jackie Coogan, premieres on ABC

1964-09-27

Findings of the Warren Commission into the assassination of President John Kennedy released, finds Lee Harvey Oswald acted alone

1964-11-09

"Comedy in Music-Opus 2" opens at John Golden NYC for 192 perfs

1964-11-24

30th Heisman Trophy Award: John Huarte, Notre Dame (QB)

1965-02-15

John Lennon passes his driving test

1965-04-24

"Comedy in Music-Opus 2" closes at John Golden NYC after 192 perfs

1965-04-28

William F Raborn Jr replaces John A McCone as 7th head of CIA

1965-06-05

97th Belmont: John Sellers aboard Hail to All wins in 2:28.6

1965-06-14

John Lennon's 2nd book "A Spaniard in the Works" is published

1965-07-09

John Edrich completes 310* v NZ in 532 minutes, 52 fours 5 sixes

1965-08-22

San Francisco Giants pitcher Juan Marachal hits LA Dodger catcher John Roseboro on the head with his bat causing a 14 minute brawl

1966-03-04

John Lennon, says "We (Beatles) are more popular than Jesus"

1966-03-07

"Wait A Minim!" opens at John Golden Theater NYC for 457 performances

1966-06-11

"Sloop John B" by The Beach Boys hit #1 in UK

1966-06-17

Peter Green joins John Mayall's Bluebreakers

1966-07-18

Gemini 10 launched (John Young & Michael Collins)

1966-07-23

John Pennel pole vaults record (5.34 m)

1966-07-31

Alabamans burn Beatle products due to John Lennon's anti-Jesus remark

1966-09-11

86th US Mens Tennis: Fred Stolle beats John Newcombe (46 12-10 63 64)

1966-11-09

John Lennon meets Yoko Ono at an avante-garde art exposition at Indica Gallery in London

1966-12-15

John W Mecom Jr becomes 1st owner of New Orlean Saints

1967-02-23

John Herbert's "Fortune & Men's Eyes," premieres in NYC

1967-03-14

JFK's body moved from temporary grave to a permanent memorial

1967-04-15

"Wait A Minim!" closes at John Golden Theater NYC after 457 perfs

1967-05-25

John Lennon takes delivery of his psychedelically painted Rolls Royce

1967-05-29

Pope Paul VI names 27 new cardinals, including Karol Wojtyla, archbishop of Krakow, who later became Pope John Paul II

1967-07-07

81st Wimbledon Mens Tennis: John Newcombe beats W Bungert (63 61 61)

1967-09-03

Final episode of "What's My Line?" hosted by John Charles Daly on CBS TV

1967-09-10

87th US Mens Tennis: John Newcombe beats Clark Graebner (64 64 86)

1967-09-20

WCAE TV channel 50 in St John, IN (PBS) begins broadcasting

1967-10-11

Yoko Plus Me art exhibit opens in London (the me is John Lennon)

1968-02-16

Beatles George Harrison, John Lennon and their wifes fly to India for transcendental meditation study with the Maharishi Mahesh Yogi

1968-05-15

Paul McCartney & John Lennon appear on Johnny Carson Show to promote Apple records, Joe Garagiola is substitute host

1968-06-15

John Lennon & Yoko Ono plant an acorn at Conventry Cathedral

1968-07-01

John Lennon's 1st full art exhibition (You are Here)

1968-07-05

John Lennon sells his psychedelic painted Rolls-Royce

1968-07-22

Sir John Newsome recommends public schools should take 50% of their intake from the state school system

1968-08-30

John & Yoko's "One on One" benefit for children at Madison Square Garden

1968-08-31

Private Eye magazine reports a John Lennon & Yoko Ono album will have a picture of them nude on cover

1968-10-16

During Olympics Tommie Smith & John Carlos give black power salute

1968-10-18

John Lennon & Yoko One fined £150 for marijuana possession

1968-10-18

Police find 219 grains of cannabis resin in John & Yoko's apt

1968-10-18

US Olympic Committee suspends Tommie Smith & John Carlos for giving "black power" salute as a protest during victory ceremony

1968-10-25

Yoko Ono announces she is having John Lennon's baby

1968-11-11

John Lennon & Yoko Ono appear nude on cover of "2 Virgins" album

1968-11-17

John Kander/Fred Ebbs' musical "Zorba" opens at Imperial Theater NYC for 305 performances

1968-11-28

John Lennon is fined £150 for unauthorized drug possession

1968-11-29

John & Yoko release their 1st album "Two Virgins" in UK

1969-01-03

John Lennon's "2 Virgins" album declared pornographic in NJ

1969-01-05

Bollingen prize for poetry presented to John Berryman & Karl Shapiro

1969-02-04

John Madden is named head coach of NFL's Oakland Raiders

1969-03-25

John & Yoko stage their 1st bed-in for peace (Amsterdam)

1969-05-26

John & Yoko begin their 2nd bed-in (Queen Elizabeth Hotel, Montreal)

1969-05-31

John Lennon & Yoko Ono record "Give Peace a Chance"

1969-06-04

Beatles release Ballad Of John & Yoko/Old Brown Shoe, in US

1969-06-11

"The Ballad Of John & Yoko" by The Beatles hit #1 in UK

1969-06-13

Mick Taylor leaves John Mayall Band & joins Rolling Stones

1969-06-14

John & Yoko appear on David Frost's British TV Show

1969-06-21

John Pennel pole vaults world record (5.45 m)

1969-06-28

John Hampshire scores 107 on Test cricket debut v WI at Lord's

1969-07-01

John Lennon & Yoko Ono are admitted to hospital after a car crash

1969-09-13

Plastic Ono Band's (John, Yoko & Eric Clapton) 1st live performance

1969-10-27

Nobel prize for economy awarded to John Tinbergen

1969-11-07

John & Yoko release their 2nd album "Wedding Album" in UK

1969-11-25

John Lennon returns OBE to protest against UK's support for Vietnam War

1969-12-03

John Lennon is offered role of Jesus Christ in Jesus Christ Superstar

1969-12-16

"War is Over! If You Want It, Happy Christmas from John & Yoko" posters begin appearing

1970-01-17

John M Burgess installed as bishop of Protestant Episcopals (Mass)

1970-02-05

Test Cricket debut of John Traicos, South Africa v Australia, Durban

1970-02-11

John Lennon pays £1,344 fines for 96 protesting South African rugby team playing in Scotland

1970-03-22

"Blood Red Roses" opens & closes at John Golden Theater NYC

1970-04-01

John & Yoko release hoax they are having dual sex change operations

1970-04-07

42nd Academy Awards - "Midnight Cowboy", John Wayne & Maggie Smith win

1970-04-22

"Park" opens at John Golden Theater NYC for 5 performances

1970-04-25

"Park" closes at John Golden Theater NYC after 5 performances

1970-06-06

102nd Belmont: John Rotz aboard High Echelon wins in 2:34

1970-07-04

84th Wimbledon Men's Tennis: John Newcombe beats Ken Rosewall (57 63 62 36 61)

1970-08-25

Elton John's 1st US appearance (Los Angeles)

1970-10-05

John Creach, joins Jefferson Airplane

1970-10-19

John Frazier kills Ohta's declares WW 3 has begun

1970-11-16

Elton John records a show in New York City which was later released as his 11-17-70 album

1971-01-11

Tigers ace reliever John Hiller, 27, sufferes a heart attack, but later makes a remarkable comeback to record 38 saves

1971-01-14

John Snow takes 7-40 for England to beat Australia by 299 runs

1971-01-20

John Lennon meets Yoko Ono's parents in Japan

1971-01-22

John Lennon & Yoko Ono record "Power to the People"

1971-01-31

US male Figure Skating championship won by John Misha Petkevich

1971-02-10

John Guares "House of Blue Leaves," premieres in NYC

1971-02-11

Montreal Canadien John Believau scores his 500th NHL goal

1971-05-03

Pulitzer prize awarded to John Toland (Rising Sun)

1971-06-06

John Lennon & Yoko Ono unannounced appearance at Fillmore East in NYC

1971-08-22

J. Edgar Hoover and John Mitchell announce the arrest of 20 of the Camden 28.

1971-09-01

John Newcombe is 1st top-seed man to lose in 1st round of US Open

1971-09-03

John Lennon leaves UK for NYC, never to return

1971-09-08

John F Kennedy Center for Performing Arts opens in Washington DC

1971-09-09

John Lennon & Yoko Ono appear on Dick Cavett Show (ABC-TV)

1971-09-09

John Lennon releases "Imagine" album

1971-09-23

John Vermeer's painting "The Liefdesbrief" stolen

1971-10-08

John Lennon releases his megahit "Imagine"

1971-10-14

John & Yoko appear on "Dick Cavett Show"

1971-10-21

William H Rehnquist & Lewis F Powell nominated to US Supreme Court by Nixon, following resignations of Justices Hugo Black & John Harlan

1971-10-28

John & Yoko record "Happy Xmas (War is Over)" in NYC

1971-11-09

John List kills family & moves to Colorado

1971-12-01

Galt MacDermot/John Guare's "2 gentlemen of Verona" opens at St James Theater NYC for 613 perfs

1971-12-01

John & Yoko release "Happy Xmas (War is Over)" in US

1971-12-13

John Sinclair (sentence: 10 yrs, sold 2 marijuana joints) is freed

1971-12-31

Edmund Compton, then Northern Ireland Ombudsman, is replaced by John Benn

1972-02-04

Senator Strom Thurmond suggests John Lennon be deported

1972-02-14

John & Yoko co-host "Mike Douglas Show" for entire week

1972-02-18

John & Yoko end a week of co-hosting Mike Douglas Show

1972-02-25

Attempted assassination of Minister of State for Home Affairs John Taylor who is shot a number of times (the Official Irish Republican Army later claimed responsibility)

1972-03-16

John & Yoko are served with deportation papers

1972-04-21

John Young & Charles Duke explores Moon (Apollo 16)

1972-04-22

Apollo astronauts John Young & Charles Duke ride on Moon

1972-04-27

NYC Mayor John Lindsey appeals that John Lennon not be deported

1972-05-11

John Lennon says his phone is tapped by FBI on Dick Cavett Show

1972-05-18

John Sebastian makes 63 consecutive free throws while blindfolded

1972-06-12

John Lennon's political "Sometime in NYC" released including "Woman is the Nigger of the World" "Attica State" & "Luck of the Irish"

1972-08-30

John Lennon & Yoko Ono perform at Madison Square Garden

1972-09-05

Jerry Lewis' 7th Muscular Dystrophy telethon, John & Yoko appear

1972-09-06

John & Yoko appear on Jerry Lewis' Muscular Dystrophy Telethon

1972-10-25

Nobel prize for economy awarded to Kenneth J Arrow & John R Hicks

1973-01-18

John Cleese's final episode on "Monty Python's Flying Circus," on BBC

1973-02-02

Test Cricket debut of Richard John Hadlee, NZ v Pakistan, Wellington

1973-02-06

"Shelter" opens at John Golden Theater NYC for 31 performances

1973-03-03

"Shelter" closes at John Golden Theater NYC after 31 performances

1973-04-01

John & Yoko form a new country with no laws or boundaries, called Nutopia, its national anthem is silence

1973-05-26

Super Fly Meets Shaft by John & Ernest hits #31

1973-06-25

John Dean begins testimony before Senate Watergate Committee

1973-06-27

John W Dean tells Watergate Committee about Nixon's "enemies list"

1973-08-24

John Adams & his drum - become a right-field fixture in Cleve Stadium

1973-09-09

93rd US Mens Tennis: John Newcombe beats Jan Kodes (64 16 46 62 62)

1973-10-24

John Lennon sues US government to admit FBI is tapping his phone

1973-11-16

John Lennon releases "Mind Games" album

1973-12-08

39th Heisman Trophy Award: John Cappelletti, Penn State (RB)

1973-12-31

61st Australian Mens Tennis: John Newcombe beats O Parun (63 67 75 61)

1974-02-05

John Murtha becomes the first Vietnam War veteran elected to the Congress of the United States.

1974-04-16

"Words & Music" opens at John Golden Theater NYC for 127 performances

1974-07-03

Mike Marshall saves Tommy John's 4-1 win

1974-07-12

John Ehrlichman convicted of violating Daniel Ellsberg's rights

1974-07-17

John Lennon is ordered to leave US in 60 days

1974-08-03

"Words & Music" closes at John Golden Theater NYC after 127 perfs

1974-08-23

John Lennon reports seeing a UFO in NYC

1974-09-03

Giants John Montefusco makes his major league debut

1974-09-11

Cards beat Mets, 4-3, in 25 (7h4m), record 202 plate appearances, Félix Millán & John Milner come to bat 12 times each

1974-09-28

John Lennon appears as guest DJ on WNEW-FM (NYC)

1974-10-04

John Lennon releases "Walls & Bridges" album

1974-10-10

Canadian John Hathaway begins 2-yr ride of 50,600 miles

1974-11-16

John Lennon's only solo #1 "Whatever Gets You Through the Night"

1974-11-28

John Lennon's last concert appearance (Elton John concert in Madison Square Garden NYC)

1975-01-08

Judge Sirica orders release of Watergate's John W Dean III, Herbert W Kalmbach & Jeb Stuart Magruder from prison

1975-01-31

John Lennon releases "#9 Dream"

1975-02-18

2nd American Music Award: Olivia Newton-John & John Denver win

1975-02-21

John Lennon releases "Rock 'n' Roll" album

1975-02-21

John Mitchell, HR Haldeman & John D Ehrlichman sentenced to 2½-8 yrs

1975-03-03

1st People's Choice Awards: John Wayne & Barbra Streisand win (Motion Picture) and Alan Alda, Telly Savalas & Mary Tyler Moore win (TV)

1975-03-31

John Wooden's final game, UCLA, wins 10th NCAA championship in 12 yrs

1975-04-18

John Lennon releases "Stand by Me"

1975-04-28

John Lennon appears on "Tonight" & Ringo Starr on "Smother Brothers"

1975-06-07

"Thank God I'm a Country Boy" by John Denver hits #1

1975-06-21

Elton John, Eagles & Beach Boys play Wembley

1975-07-15

All star MVP: Bill Madlock (Pittsburgh Pirates) & John Matlock (NY Mets)

1975-10-07

US decides John Lennon won't be deported due to UK pot conviction

1975-10-13

9th Country Music Association Award: John Denver wins

1975-10-21

Elton John given a star in Hollywood

1975-10-30

Giants pitcher John "the Count of" Montefusco wins NL Rookie of Year

1975-10-30

John Bucyk, Boston, became 7th NHLer to score 500 goals

1975-11-11

Australian PM Gough Whitlam removed from office by Governor General Sir John Kerr (1st elected PM removed in 200 yrs)

1975-12-16

Bill Veeck buys 80% of White Sox from John Allyn

1975-12-17

John Paul Stevens appointed to Supreme Court

1975-12-19

John Paul Stevens becomes a US Supreme Court Justice

1975-12-21

1st NY Jet to gain 1,000 yards rushing (John Riggins)

1976-01-31

3rd American Music Award: Olivia Newton-John & John Denver win

1976-03-04

John Pezzin bowls 33 consecutive strikes at Toledo, Ohio

1976-03-04

2nd People's Choice Awards: John Wayne & Katharine Hepburn win (Motion Picture) and Telly Savalas & Carol Burnett win (TV)

1976-03-06

Men's Fig Skating Championship in Gothenburg won by John Curry (GRB)

1976-05-15

102nd Preakness: John Lively aboard Elocutionist wins in 1:55

1976-06-07

NBC Nightly News with John Chancellor & David Brinkley, premieres

1976-06-30

John Walker of NZ sets record for 2000 m, 4:51.4

1976-07-24

John Naber is 1st to swin 200m backstroke under 2 minutes

1976-07-28

White Sox John Odom (5 inn) & Francisco Barrios (4 inn) no-hits A's

1976-08-09

Pitt Pirate John Candelaria no-hits LA Dodgers, 2-0

1976-09-19

"Going Up" opens at John Golden Theater NYC for 49 performances

1976-09-29

SF Giant John Montefusco no-hits Atlanta Braves, 9-0

1976-10-06

John Hathaway completes 50,600 mile bicycle tour of every continent

1976-10-30

"Going Up" closes at John Golden Theater NYC after 49 performances

1976-12-19

John Lever takes 7-46 in 1st Test Cricket innings, v India Delhi

1977-01-31

4th American Music Award: Olivia Newton-John & Elton John win

1977-02-03

Martin Dihigo John Lloyd elected to Hall of Fame

1977-03-05

3rd People's Choice Awards: John Wayne & Barbra Streisand win (Motion Picture) and Telly Savalas & Mary Tyler Moore win (TV)

1977-05-23

Supreme Court refuses to hear appeals of Watergate wrong doers H R Halderman, John Ehrlichman & John Mitchell

1977-06-09

50th National Spelling Bee: John Paola wins spelling cambist

1977-06-19

Pope Paul VI makes 19th-cen bishop John Neumann 1st US male saint

1977-06-22

Former AG John Mitchell starts 19 months in Alabama prison

1977-07-12

John Edrich scores his 100th 100, Surrey v Derbyshire at The Oval

1977-07-24

Seattle's John Montague pitches 6 2/3 innings of perfect relief tying 2 game record of retiring 33 consecutive batsmen

1977-07-27

John Lennon is granted a green card for permanent residence in US

1977-07-31

John F Blake promoted from acting to deputy director of CIA

1977-10-01

Elton John honored by MSG Hall of Fame

1977-10-20

Hamilton Deane & John Balderstons "Dracula," premieres in NYC

1977-12-14

"Saturday Night Fever" starring John Travolta, premieres in NYC

1977-12-14

Red Sox trade Fergie Jenkins to Rangers for John Poloni & cash

1978-02-10

Frank C Carlucci succeeds John F Blake as deputy director of CIA

1978-02-20

4th People's Choice Awards: John Wayne & Barbra Streisand win (Motion Picture) and James Garner & Mary Tyler Moore win (TV)

1978-06-11

"Grease" starring John Travolta & Olivia Newton-John opens

1978-07-25

John Lydon forms rock group Public Ltd Image

1978-08-06

60th PGA Championship: John Mahaffey shoots a 276 at Oakmont CC PA

1978-08-26

Cardinal Albino Luciani of Venice becomes Pope John Paul I

1978-09-02

John McClain performs 180 outside loops in an airplane over Houston

1978-09-03

Pope John Paul I officially installed as 264th supreme pontiff

1978-10-04

Funeral services held for Pope John Paul I

1978-10-09

John Kander & Fred Ebb's musical "Ballroom" premieres in NYC

1978-10-16

Polish Cardinal Karol Wojtyla elected Pope John Paul II

1978-10-22

Pope John Paul II is inaugurated as Pope

1978-11-04

3rd annual reentry free-agent draft, Pete Rose, Tommy John, & Darrell Evans, available

1978-11-05

Oakland Raider's John Madden becomes 13th coach to win 100 NFL games

1978-12-21

Police in Des Plaines Ill, arrest John Wayne Gacy for murder

1979-01-19

John N Mitchell (former AG) released on parole from federal prison

1979-01-25

Pope John Paul II's 1st overseas trip as supreme pontiff

1979-03-07

5th People's Choice Awards: Burt Reynolds & Olivia Newton-John win (Motion Picture) and Alan Alda, Mary Tyler Moore & Carol Burnett win (TV)

1979-05-01

Elton John becomes 1st pop star to perform in Israel

1979-05-10

John McMullen becomes CEO of Houston Astros

1979-05-16

NL approves Astros sales from Ford Motors to John J McMullen for $19M

1979-05-20

1st western pop star to tour USSR-Elton John

1979-05-27

Pope John Paul II ordains John J O'Conner as a bishop

1979-06-02

John Paul II becomes 1st pope to visit a communist country (Poland)

1979-09-09

99th US Mens Tennis: John McEnroe beats Vitas Gerulaitis (7-5 6-3 6-3)

1979-09-27

Elton John, sick with flu, collapse on Hollywood Universal Ampitheater

1979-09-29

John Huston's "Wine Blood" premieres at NY Film Festival

1979-09-29

Pope John Paul II becomes 1st pope to visit Ireland

1979-10-01

Pope John Paul II begins visit to USA

1979-10-06

Pope John Paul II is 1st Pope to visit White House

1979-10-20

John F Kennedy Library dedicated in Boston

1979-10-20

John Tate beats Gerrie Coetze in 15 for heavyweight boxing title

1979-11-25

Pat Summerall and John Madden broadcast a game together for the first time, a pairing that would last 22 years and become one of the most well-known partnerships in TV sportscasting history

1979-11-26

Twins John Castino & Jays Alfredo Griffin tie for AL Rookie of Year

1980-01-02

68th Australian Men Tennis: Guillermo Vilas beat John Sadri (76 63 62)

1980-03-12

Jury finds John Wayne Gacy guilty of murdering 33 in Chicago

1980-03-31

Mike Weaver KOs John Tate in 15 for heavyweight boxing title

1980-04-12

Terry Fox begins his "Marathon of Hope" at St. John's, Newfoundland.

1980-05-01

"Day in Hollywood, A Night..." opens at John Golden NYC for 588 perf

1980-05-02

Pope John Paul II begins African tour

1980-05-30

Tiger reliever John Hiller, 37, (who had a 1971 heart attack), retires

1980-06-07

Tommy John wins his 200th, 3-0 on a 2-hitter

1980-06-13

Rep John Jenrette Jr (D-SC) indicted in "Abscam" investigation

1980-06-20

"Blues Brothers" with Dan Akwoyd & John Belushi opens in 594 theaters

1980-07-05

94th Wimbledon Men's Tennis: Bjorn Borg beats John McEnroe (16 75 63 67 86)

1980-07-09

7 die in a stampede to see Pope John Paul II in Brazil

1980-07-31

John Phillips of Mamas & Papas is arrested on drug charges

1980-08-04

John & Yoko begin recording "Double Fantasy"

1980-08-26

John Birges plants a bomb at Harvey's Resort Hotel in Stateline, Nevada.

1980-09-02

John Arlott commentates on his last game, England v Australia at Lord's

1980-09-07

John McEnroe & Bjorn Borg stage one of the greatest US Open finals as 21 year old McEnroe fends off Borg to win his 2nd straight title (7-6 6-1 6-7 5-7 6-4)

1980-09-22

John & Yoko sign a recording contract with Geffin Records

1980-10-06

John Lydon (aka Johnny Rotten of the Sex Pistols) sentenced to 3 months inprisonment on assault charges

1980-10-23

"Tintypes" opens at John Golden Theater NYC for 93 performances

1980-10-24

John Lennon releases "(Just Like) Starting Over" in UK

1980-10-27

Astros owner John McMullen replaces GM Tal Smith with Al Rosen

1980-11-15

Pope John Paul II began 5 day visit to West Germany

1980-11-17

John Lennon releases "Double Fantasy" album in UK

1980-11-21

John & Yoko pose nude for photographer Allan Tannenbaum

1980-12-04

2 months after death of drummer John Bonham, Led Zeppelin breaks up

1980-12-08

Annie Leibovitz has a photo-shoot with John Lennon, the last person to professionally photograph him before his death

1980-12-14

At 2 PM EST there is 10 minutes of silence in memory of John Lennon

1981-01-06

50th hat trick in Islander history-John Tonelli scored 5 goals

1981-01-10

John Severin sets 100-mi unicycle speed record, 9 h 21 m

1981-01-11

"Tintypes" closes at John Golden Theater NYC after 93 performances

1981-01-16

John Lennon releases "Woman" in UK

1981-02-06

Beatles Paul McCartney, Ringo Starr & George Harrison record a tribute to John Lennon

1981-02-23

People mag features drug ordeal of Mackenzie & Papa John Phillips

1981-03-27

John Lennon single "Watching the Wheels" released posthumously in UK

1981-03-30

Pres Reagan shot & wounded by John W Hinckley III

1981-04-20

Rocker Papa John Phillips arrested for drug possession

1981-05-13

Pope John Paul II is shot and critically wounded by Turkish gunman Mehemet Ali Agca in St Peter's Square, Vatican City

1981-05-27

John Hinckley attempts suicide by overdosing on Tylenol

1981-06-03

Pope John Paul II released from hospital after assassination attempt

1981-06-20

Pope John Paul II hospitalized for 55 days for infection

1981-06-22

John McEnroe exhibits a disgraceful act of misbehavior at Wimbledon

1981-06-22

Mark David Chapman pleads guilty to killing John Lennon

1981-07-04

95th Wimbledon Men's Tennis: John McEnroe beats Bjorn Borg (4-6 7-6 7-6 6-4)

1981-08-28

John Hinckley Jr pleads innocent in attempt to kill President Reagan

1981-09-13

101st US Mens Tennis: John McEnroe beats Bjorn Borg (4-6 6-2 6-4 6-3)

1981-09-15

Pope John Paul II publishes encyclical "Laborem exercens" against capitalism/marxism

1981-09-15

The John Bull becomes the oldest operable steam locomotive in the world when the Smithsonian Institution operates it under its own power outside Washington, DC.

1981-09-27

"Day in Hollywood, A Night.." closes at John Golden NY after 588 perf

1981-11-21

Olivia Newton-John's "Physical" single goes #1 & stays for 10 weeks

1981-11-30

Porn star John Holmes arrested on fugitive charges

1981-12-09

Porn star John Holmes charged with Laurel Canyon murders

1982-01-01

Pope John Paul II prays for an end to martial law in Poland

1982-02-03

John Sharples of England finishes 371 hours of disco dancing

1982-02-03

Porn star John Holmes ordered to stand trial for murder

1982-03-30

John Pielmeier's "Agnes of God" premieres in NYC

1982-04-27

Trial of John W Hinckley Jr attempted assassin of Reagan, begins

1982-05-10

WABC NYC plays its last record (John Lennon's Imagine)

1982-05-12

Pulitzer prize awarded to John Updike (Rabbit is Rich)

1982-05-12

In Fatima Portugal, a Spanish priest with a bayonet is stopped prior to his attempt to attack Pope John Paul II

1982-05-23

Pope John Paul II declares "Peerke" Donders a saint

1982-05-27

John McMullen buys NHL Colorodo Rockies & gets approval to move to NJ

1982-05-28

Pope John Paul II is 1st reigning pope to visit Great Britain (Adrian IV was born in England, as Nicholas Breakspear)

1982-06-07

US President Reagan meets Pope John Paul II and Queen Elizabeth II

1982-06-10

John N McMahon replaces Bobby R Inman becomes deputy director of CIA

1982-06-11

Pope John Paul II visits Argentina

1982-06-21

John Hinckley found not guilty of 1981 attempted assassination of President Reagan by reason of insanity

1982-06-25

Porn star John Holmes acquitted on murder charges

1982-07-04

96th Wimbledon Men's Tennis: Jimmy Connors beats John McEnroe (3-6 6-3 6-7 7-6 6-4)

1982-07-08

Porn star John Homes convicted of receiving stolen property

1982-08-24

KC's John Wathan steals 31st en route to 36 base for catcher's record

1982-09-15

Pope John Paul II receives PLO leader Yasser Arafat

1982-09-27

John Palmer becomes news anchor of Today Show

1982-10-10

Pope John Paul II canonizes Rev M Kolbe, who volunteered to die in place of another inmate at Auschwitz concentration camp, a saint

1982-10-19

Automaker John DeLorean arrested on cocaine charges (Not guilty)

1982-10-29

Car maker John DeLorean indicted for drug trafficking, later acquitted

1982-10-31

Pope John Paul II becomes first pontiff to visit Spain

1982-12-12

Joanne Carner/John Mahaffey wins LPGA J C Penney Golf Classic

1982-12-12

"Snowplow Game", after a snowstorm holds both New England and Miami scoreless, Mark Henderson, a convict on work release, on order of Patriots coach Ron Meyer, clears the path for John Smith's attempt, which wins the game for the Patriots, 3-0 (the practice of using snow plows during games is later banned)

1983-01-17

10th American Music Award: John Cougar & Rick Springfield, Olivia Newton-John

1983-01-30

Super Bowl XVII: Wash Red Skins beat Miami Dolphins, 27-17 in Pasadena Super Bowl MVP: John Riggins, Washington, RB

1983-02-02

Pope John Paul II names 18 new cardinals

1983-06-16

Pope John Paul II visits Poland

1983-07-03

97th Wimbledon Men's Tennis: John McEnroe beats Chris Lewis (6-2 6-2 6-2)

1983-08-03

John Sain of South Bend, Ind, builds 3.91 m house of cards

1983-10-21

Pope John Paul II names 3 new Dutch bishops

1983-12-11

1st visit to Lutheran church by a pope (John Paul II in Rome)

1983-12-26

Test Cricket debut of Gregory Richard John Matthews, v Pakistan MCG

1983-12-27

Pope John Paul II pardons man who shot him (Mehmet Ali Agca)

1984-01-09

John Lennon single "Nobody Told Me" released posthumously

1984-01-27

John & Yoko release "Milk & Honey" album

1984-03-02

John Long (Detroit) begins NBA free throw streak of 51 games

1984-03-09

John Lennon single "Borrowed Time" released posthumously

1984-03-19

John J O'Connor named 8th archbishop of NY

1984-03-21

Part of Central Park is named Strawberry Fields honoring John Lennon

1984-04-10

John Long (Detroit) ends NBA free throw streak of 51 games

1984-06-10

54th French Men Tennis: Ivan Lendl beats John McEnroe (3-6 2-6 6-4 7-5 7-5)

1984-06-17

John Turner succeeds Pierre Trudeau as premier of Canada

1984-07-08

98th Wimbledon Men's Tennis: John McEnroe beats Jimmy Connors (6-1 6-1 6-2)

1984-07-15

John Lennon's "I'm Stepping Out" released posthumously

1984-08-16

LA federal jury acquits auto maker John Z DeLorean on cocaine charges

1984-09-09

104th US Mens Tennis: John McEnroe beats Ivan Lendl (6-3 6-4 6-1)

1984-09-17

Brian Mulroney sworn in as Canada's 18th PM succeeding John Turner

1984-09-23

36th Emmy Awards: Hill St Blue, Cheers, John Ritter & Tyne Daly win

1984-10-13

John Henry becomes 1st thoroughbred to win $6 million

1984-11-16

John Lennon's 'Every Man has a Woman Who Loves Him' released posthumously

1984-11-26

John W Mercom Jr announces NO Saints are up for sale for $75 million

1985-01-15

Bollingen Prize for poetry awarded to John Ashbery & Fred Chapell

1985-05-11

Pope John Paul II arrives in Netherlands

1985-05-16

Pope John Paul II arrives in Belgium

1985-05-20

FBI arrests John A Walker Jr, convicted of spying for USSR

1985-09-08

105th US Men's Tennis: Ivan Lendl beats John McEnroe (7-6 6-3 6-4)

1985-09-13

John Williams introduces new Today Show theme

1985-09-28

"Every Step Of The Way" by John Waite peaks at #25

1985-10-03

Pope John Paul II declares Titus Brandsma divine

1985-12-02

NFL QB legends Dan Marino and John Elway face each other for the first time, a 30-26 victory for the Dolphins (Marino 390 yards and 3 touchdowns)

1985-12-04

President Reagan appoints Vice Adm John Poindexter as security adviser

1986-02-02

Dalai Lama meets Pope John Paul II in India

1986-02-10

"John Lennon: Live in NYC" album is released posthumously

1986-03-28

John N McMahon, ends term as deputy director of CIA

1986-04-13

Pope John Paul II met Rome's Chief Rabbi Elio Toaff at Rome synagogue

1986-04-27

Captain Midnight (John R MacDougall) interrupts HBO

1986-08-18

John Tesh's 1st appearance on Entertainment Tonight

1986-09-02

Cathy Evelyn Smith sentenced to 3 years for death of John Belushi

1986-11-03

John Lennon "Menlove Avenue" album released posthumously

1986-11-24

Wrestler John Tatum charged with possession of marijuana

1987-01-11

"The Drive", trailing the Cleveland Browns 20-13 with only 5:32 remaining in the AFC Championship Game and the ball on their own two-yard line, Denver quarterback John Elway drove his team 98 yards for a touchdown to tie the game, which the Broncos won in overtime to advance to Super Bowl XXI

1987-02-16

John Demjanjuk, accused of being "Ivan the Terrible" trial begins

1987-03-13

John Gotti is acquitted of racketeering

1987-05-01

Pope John Paul II beatifies Edith Stein, a Jewish born nun

1987-05-29

"Twilight Zone" director John Landis found innocent in death of actor

1987-06-25

Pope John Paul II receives Austrian President Kurt Waldheim

1987-07-15

John Poindexter testifies at Iran-Contra hearings

1987-07-27

John Demjanjuk, accused Nazi "Ivan the Terrible", testifies in Israel

1987-09-05

John McEnroe is fined $17,500 for tirades at US Tennis Open

1987-09-06

Conjoined twins Benjamin & Patrick Binder separated at John Hopkins Hospital

1988-04-07

Gerrit John Heijns murderer, arrested

1988-04-25

John Demjanjuk (Ivan the Terrible), sentenced to death in Jerusalem

1988-05-20

Howard Stern fans disrupt WMMR's & John DeBella's "Louie Louie" parade

1988-05-24

John Moschitta set record for fast talking: 586 words per minute

1988-06-11

"Everything Your Heart Desires" by Daryl Hall & John Oates peaks at #3

1988-06-11

"Rooty Toot Toot" by John Cougar Mellencamp peaks at #61

1988-07-13

Red Sox replace manager John McNamara with Joe Morgan

1988-07-27

Baseball star Tommy John commits rec 3 errors on 1 play as Yanks rout Brewers 16-3

1988-07-30

Cin Red pitcher John Franco sets a record of 13 saves in 1 month

1988-07-30

John Franco saves record 13th game of July

1988-10-22

Elton John sells out Madison Square Garden for a record 26th time

1988-12-04

Amy Benz/John Huston wins LPGA J C Penney Golf Classic

1988-12-28

John Tarrant, 1st Aust born Zen teacher, receives Dharma Transmission

1989-01-15

Big John Studd wins WWF's 1st Royal Rumble

1989-01-25

Yank owner George Steinbrenner meets with Pope John Paul II

1989-03-09

US Senate rejects President Bush's nomination of John Tower as Defense Secretary

1989-04-04

NY Yankee Tommy John ties record of playing 26 seasons, his 287th win puts him 19th overall as Yanks beat Twins on opening day 4-2

1989-04-30

Pope John Paul II beatifies Victoire Rasoamanarivo of Madagascar

1989-12-01

USSR Pres Mikhail S Gorbachev meets Pope John Paul II at the Vatican

1990-01-21

John McEnroe becomes 1st ever player to be expelled from the Australian Open

1990-04-05

John Stockton reaches 1000-assist mark for NBA record 3 yrs in a row

1990-04-07

John Poindexter (Natl Sec Advisor) found guilty on Iran-Contra scandal

1990-05-10

Howard Stern holds a mock funeral for rival John DeBella

1990-06-11

UN appoints Olivia Newton-John environmental ambassador

1990-06-11

Federal judge sentenced former national security adviser John M Poindexter to 6 months for making false statements to Congress

1990-10-09

Radio stations around world play "Imagine" honoring John Lennon

1990-11-27

British Conservative Party chooses John Major to succeed Margaret Thatcher as leader ( and hence as Prime Minister)

1990-11-28

Margaret Thatcher resigns as Britain's PM, replaced by John Major

1991-02-25

Bruce McNall, Wayne Gretzky & John Candy buy CFL's Toronto Argonauts

1991-03-11

John Smith, amateur wrestler, wins James E Sullivan Award

1991-03-17

John Robin Baitz' "Substance of Fire" premieres in NYC

1991-04-04

Senator John Heinz of Pennsylvania and six others are killed when a helicopter collides with their plane over an elementary school in Merion, Pennsylvania.

1991-04-18

John Stockton breaks his own NBA season assist record at 1,136

1991-05-02

Pope John Paul II's encyclical on Centesimus annus

1991-06-04

Pope John Paul II compares abortion with nazi murders

1991-08-08

Shi'ite Muslims release British hostage John McCarthy

1991-08-11

73rd PGA Championship: John Daly shoots a 276 at Crooked Stick Ind

1991-09-18

John Hart becomes general manager of Cleveland Indians

1991-10-27

John Brodie wins Security Pacific Senior Golf Classic

1991-12-03

White House Chief of Staff John Sununu resigns

1992-02-14

Kieren John Perkins swims world record 800m freestyle (7:46.60)

1992-04-01

Last defendant in St John sex assault case sentenced to 3 yrs probation

1992-04-02

John Gotti found guilty of five murders (Paul Castellano, Thomas Bilotti, Robert DiBernardo, Liborio Milito and Louis Dibono), conspiracy to murder Gaetano "Corky" Vastola, loansharking, illegal gambling, obstruction of justice, bribery and tax evasion.

1992-04-09

John Majors, (C) elected PM of England

1992-04-13

Lou Conaseca retires as coach of St John's basketball team

1992-04-29

"Falsettos" opens at John Golden Theater NYC for 487 performances

1992-06-24

John Gotti begins life sentence in jail

1992-07-04

John Phillips, rocker (Mamas & Papas), undergoes a liver transplant

1992-07-10

John Ellis becomes CEO of Seattle Mariners

1992-07-15

Pope John Paul II hospitalized for 3 weeks to have tumor removed

1992-07-31

Kieren John Perkins swims world record/OR 1500m free style (14:43.4)

1992-09-24

John Jaha ties record of 11 teammates to steal 10 bases (Brewers)

1992-10-03

Sinead O'Connor rips up a picture of Pope John Paul II on Saturday Night Live

1993-01-24

Polish ferry boat John Heweliusz sinks, 52 killed

1993-03-21

Pope John Paul II declares Duns Scotus, a saint

1993-06-23

Lorena Gallo Bobbitt amputates husband's John Wayne Bobbitt's penis

1993-06-27

"Falsettos" closes at John Golden Theater NYC after 487 performances

1993-07-02

Pope John Paul II hospitalized for Cat Scan test

1993-07-06

John F. Kennedy Jr, gives notice of quitting as ADA in Manhattan

1993-07-29

Israeli Court of Appeal overturns (5-0) conviction of John Demjaujuk, saying not enough evidence he is Concentration Camp Ivan the Terrible

1993-08-06

Pope John Paul II publishes Veritatis splendor encyclical

1993-08-11

Pope John Paul II visits Mexico

1993-08-12

Pope John Paul II begins visit of US

1993-08-29

93rd US Golf Amateur Championship won by John Harris

1993-10-05

Pope John Paul II publishes encyclical Veritatis splendor

1993-10-12

"Mixed Emotions" opens at John Golden Theater NYC for 48 performances

1993-11-04

Elton John awarded $518,700 from Sunday Mirror for a false report on his diet

1993-11-11

Pope John Paul II hospitalized for 2 days for fractured shoulder

1993-11-28

"Mixed Emotions" closes at John Golden Theater NYC after 48 perfs

1993-12-15

John Williams final appearance as conductor of Boston Pops

1993-12-28

John Maclean passes Kirk Muller as all-time NJ Devils scorer (521 pts)

1994-02-20

Pope John Paul II demands juristic discrimination of homosexuals

1994-06-12

-17] Pope John Paul II visits Spain

1994-06-22

Mets reliever John Franco sets lefty save mark at 253

1994-07-02

John Wayne Bobbitt & Kristina Elliot arrested for domestic battery

1994-12-15

John Bruton becomes Ireland's premier

1995-01-12

Pope John Paul II begins visit to SE Asia

1995-01-14

16th ACE Cable Awards: John Malone wins the Golden CableACE for outstanding achievements in advancing the development of cable programming

1995-01-18

Pope John Paul II begins visit to Australia

1995-03-20

Beatles song, "Baby It's You", with late John Lennon as lead singer, is released, 1st Fab Four single in more than 30 years

1995-04-29

KC Royal John Nonely is 70th to HR on his 1st at bat

1995-06-02

John Valentin hits 3 HRs

1995-07-23

124th British Golf Open: John Daly shoots a 282 at St Andrews Scotland

1995-09-26

"George" magazine premieres, published by John F Kennedy Jr

1995-10-11

John Bobbitt has plastic surgery to increase his penis 3 inches

1996-01-21

53th Golden Globes: Mel Gibson, Nicole Kidman, John Travolta

1996-03-11

John Winston Howard becomes the 25th Prime Minister of Australia. His term in office is the second longest in Australian history, ending on December 3, 2007.

1996-04-05

John Bobbitt is put under house arrest in Las Vegas for 120 days

1996-04-24

"Jack-Night on Town with John Barrymore" opens at Belasco for 12 perf

1996-05-30

John Tesh's final day as host of "Entertainment Tonight"

1996-07-05

NY Yank John Weteland ties Lee Smith's record of 19 consecutive saves

1996-07-06

Yankee John Weteland sets record of 20th cons saves en route to 24

1996-07-14

NY Yankee John Weteland sets record of 24 consecutive saves

1996-07-17

Yank John Weteland blows save after record 24 consecutive saves

1996-09-27

Balt Oriole Roberto Alomar spits in face of umpire John Hirschbeck

1996-11-11

Braves' John Smoltz wins NL Cy Young Award

1997-01-26

Brunswick World Bowling Tournament of Champions won by John Gant

1997-04-17

John Bell, 115, recieves new pacemaker

1997-09-12

NY Met John Olerud hits for the cycle

1997-09-22

Elton John releases Diana tribute "Candle in the Wind 1997"

1997-10-21

Elton John's tribute to Diana, Princess of wales, breaks world record, 318 million dist

1997-11-02

28th NYC Marathon won by John Kagwe of Kenya in 2:08:12

1997-12-12

SWAT team shoots John E Armstrong in Fla, freeing 2 young hostages

1998-01-15

NASA announces John Glenn, 76, may fly in space again

1998-01-21

Pope John Paul II visits Cuba

1998-01-23

Pope John Paul II condemns US embargo against Cuba

1998-02-24

Elton John knighted

1998-03-16

Pope John Paul II asks God for forgiveness for the inactivity and silence of some Roman Catholics during the Holocaust.

1998-06-07

James Byrd, Jr. is dragged to death by Shawn Allen Berry, Lawrence Russel Brewer, and John William King in Jasper, Texas in a racially-motivated hate crime.

1998-10-29

Space Shuttle Discovery blasts off on STS-95 with 77-year old John Glenn on board, making him the oldest person to go into space.

1999-05-02

John Elway announces his retirement from the NFL

1999-05-07

Pope John Paul II travels to Romania becoming the first pope to visit a predominantly Eastern Orthodox country since the Great Schism in 1054.

1999-07-16

John F. Kennedy Jr., his wife Carolyn Bessette Kennedy, and sister-in-law Lauren Bessette are killed in a plane crash off the coast of Martha's Vineyard. The Piper Saratoga aircraft was piloted by Kennedy.

1999-09-08

United States Attorney General Janet Reno names former Senator John Danforth to head an independent investigation of the 1993 fire at the Branch Davidian church near Waco, Texas in response to revelations in the film Waco: The Rules of Engagement contradicting the official government stories.

1999-09-13

John Elway's #7 jersey is retired by the Denver Broncos

2000-06-13

Italy pardons Mehmet Ali Agca, the Turkish gunman who tried to kill Pope John Paul II in 1981.

2000-12-13

The "Texas 7" escape from the John Connally Unit near Kenedy, Texas later going on a crime spree and killing police officer Aubrey Hawkins

2001-05-06

During a trip to Syria, Pope John Paul II becomes the first pope to enter a mosque.

2001-06-10

Pope John Paul II canonizes Lebanon's first female saint Saint Rafqa

2001-06-27

Pope John Paul II beatifies 28 Ukrainian Greek Catholics, including 27 martyrs most of whom were killed by the Soviet secret police. Beatification takes place at the service in Lviv, western Ukraine during his first visit to this country.

2001-10-02

"Scrubs", starring Zach Braff as Dr. John "J.D." Dorian, premieres on NBC

2001-11-12

In New York City, American Airlines Flight 587, an Airbus A300 on its way to the Dominican Republic, crashes minutes after takeoff from John F. Kennedy International Airport, killing all 260 on board and five on the ground.

2002-01-23

"American Taliban" John Walker Lindh returns to the United States in Federal Bureau of Investigation custody.

2002-07-15

"American Taliban" John Walker Lindh pleads guilty to supplying aid to the enemy and to possession of explosives during the commission of a felony.

2002-10-24

Police arrest spree killers John Allen Muhammad and Lee Boyd Malvo, ending the Beltway sniper attacks in the area around Washington, DC.

2003-10-19

Mother Teresa of Calcutta is beatified by Pope John Paul II.

2003-12-30

U.S. Attorney General John Ashcroft recuses himself and his office from the Plame affair.

2004-07-30

"Harold & Kumar Go to White Castle", starring Kal Penn and John Cho, is released

2004-08-08

John Elway is inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame

2004-11-27

Pope John Paul II returns the relics of Saint John Chrysostom to the Eastern Orthodox Church.

2005-11-30

John Sentamu becomes the first black archbishop in the Church of England with his enthronement as the 97th Archbishop of York.

2005-12-20

US District Court Judge John E. Jones III rules against mandating the teaching of "intelligent design" in his ruling of Kitzmiller v. Dover Area School District.

2005-12-28

A U.S. immigration judge orders John Demjanjuk deported to Ukraine for crimes against humanity committed during World War II.

2006-01-12

Turkey releases Mehmet Ali Ağca from jail after he served 25 years for shooting Pope John Paul II.

2006-02-08

48th Grammy Awards: Boulevard Of Broken Dreams, John Legend wins

2006-03-04

20th Soul Train Music Awards: Jamie Foxx, Destiny's Child & John Legend win

2007-06-09

139th Belmont: John Velazquez aboard Rags To Riches wins in 2:28.74

2007-11-24

Australians elect the Kevin Rudd-led centre-left Australian Labor Party at the federal election, ending the eleven-year tenure of the John Howard-led centre-right Liberal/National coalition government.

2008-10-12

Anna Kournikova and Andy Roddick defeat Martina Navratilova and Jesse Levine in a match for charity, raising over $400,000 for the Elton John AIDS Foundation and Atlanta AIDS Partnership Fund

2010-06-24

John Isner of the United States defeats Nicolas Mahut of France at Wimbledon, in the longest match in tennis history.

2011-05-01

Pope John Paul II is beatified by his successor, Pope Benedict XVI.

2011-05-07

137th Kentucky Derby: John Velazquez aboard Animal Kingdom wins in 2:02.04

2012-03-17

John Demjanjuk, convicted Nazi war criminal, dies from natural causes at 91

2012-03-20

Disney movie John Carter records one of the largest losses in cinema history with a $200 million dollar write down

2012-07-24

John Dramani becomes President of Ghana after the death of President John Atta Mills

2012-10-08

John B. Gurdon and Shinya Yamanaka win the 2012 Nobel Prize for Medicine for their work on reprogramming end stage cells to become pluripotent

2012-12-09

Incumbent Ghanaian president John Mahama wins the general election amidst allegations of fraud

2013-01-28

John Kerry is voted to succeed Hillary Rodham Clinton as the United States Secretary of State

2014-10-06

John O'Keefe, May-Britt Moser and Edvard Moser win the 2014 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine

2014-11-05

New Zealand Prime Minister John Key rules out sending troops to fight against Islamic State, but claims there are 40 NZers on 'terror watchlist'

2015-11-08

John Lennon's 'lost' acoustic guitar sells for $2.4 million

2016-01-19

ISIS confirms death of 'Jihadi John'

2016-02-20

Lock of John Lennon's hair sells for thousands

2016-04-05

Donald Trump urges John Kasich to quit White House race

2016-04-25

Ted Cruz and John Kasich to Coordinate Against Donald Trump

2016-04-26

John Ridsdel: Hostage from Canada killed in Philippines

2016-12-05

New Zealand Prime Minister John Key Resigns After 8 Years

2017-07-20

Republican Senator John McCain diagnosed with brain tumour

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John - Notable Birthdays

John SmithJan 6, 1580

John MiltonDec 9, 1608

John LockeAug 29, 1632

John TrenchardMar 30, 1640

John WesleyJun 28, 1703

John WitherspoonFeb 5, 1723

John DickinsonNov 13, 1732

John AdamsOct 30, 1735

John HancockJan 23, 1737

John JayDec 12, 1745

John MarshallSep 24, 1755

John Quincy AdamsJul 11, 1767

John C. CalhounMar 18, 1782

John TylerMar 29, 1790

John KeatsOct 31, 1795

John BrownMay 9, 1800

John DeereFeb 7, 1804

John Stuart MillMay 20, 1806

John A. MacdonaldJan 11, 1815

John AbbottMar 12, 1821

John Singleton MosbyDec 6, 1833

John Wilkes BoothMay 10, 1838

John D RockefellerJul 8, 1839

John Philip HollandFeb 29, 1840

John William StruttNov 12, 1841

Henry John HeinzOct 11, 1844

John ThompsonNov 10, 1845

John Philip SousaNov 6, 1854

John DeweyOct 20, 1859

John Rushworth JellicoeDec 5, 1859

John J. PershingSep 13, 1860

John HeismanOct 23, 1869

John McCraeNov 30, 1872

John D. Rockefeller JrJan 29, 1874

Cluny MacPhersonMar 18, 1879

John XXIIINov 25, 1881

TolkienJan 3, 1892

John FordFeb 1, 1895

John DiefenbakerSep 18, 1895

Jack HaleyAug 10, 1898

John SteinbeckFeb 27, 1902

John DillingerJun 22, 1903

John Peters HumphreyApr 30, 1905

John WayneMay 26, 1907

John BardeenMay 23, 1908

John Kenneth GalbraithOct 15, 1908

Archer John Porter MartinMar 1, 1910

John Fitzgerald KennedyMay 29, 1917

John Paul IIMay 18, 1920

Rodney DangerfieldNov 22, 1921

John ColtraneSep 23, 1926

John TurnerJun 7, 1929

John GutfreundSep 14, 1929

Yoko OnoFeb 18, 1933

John B. GurdonOct 2, 1933

John MaddenApr 10, 1936

John CleeseOct 27, 1939

Tom JonesJun 7, 1940

John LennonOct 9, 1940

John GottiOct 27, 1940

John Wayne GacyMar 17, 1942

John DenverDec 31, 1943

Elton JohnMar 25, 1947

John CarpenterJan 16, 1948

Olivia Newton-JohnSep 26, 1948

John CandyOct 31, 1950

John GoodmanJun 20, 1952

John GrishamFeb 8, 1955

Sid ViciousMay 10, 1957

John McEnroeFeb 16, 1959

John ElwayJun 28, 1960

John F. Kennedy JrNov 25, 1960

John StocktonMar 26, 1962

John C. ReillyMay 24, 1965

John DalyApr 28, 1966

Noah WyleJun 4, 1971

Zach BraffApr 6, 1975

John - Birthdays
Date Event
1087-09-13

John II Komnenos, Byzantine Emperor (d. 1143)

1167-12-24

John "without a land", King of England (1199-1216)

1218-05-01

John I, Count of Hainaut (d. 1257)

1250-12-25

John IV Laskaris, Byzantine Emperor (d. circa 1305)

1275-09-27

John II of Brabant (d. 1312)

1286-03-08

John III, Duke of Brittany (d. 1341)

1286-06-30

John de Warenne, 8th Earl of Surrey, English politician (d. 1347)

1296-08-10

John the Blind, King of Bohemia/Count of Luxembourg

1315-05-20

Bonne of Luxembourg, wife of John II of France (d. 1349)

1319-04-16

King John II of France (d. 1364)

1321-09-29

John of Artois, Count of Eu, French soldier (d. 1387)

1340-03-06

John of Gaunt, 1st Duke of Lancaster (d. 1399)

1340-11-30

John duke of Berry, captain of Paris/art collector

1345-03-25

Blanche of Lancaster, wife of John of Gaunt (d. 1369)

1358-01-20

Eleanor of Aragon, wife of John I of Castile (d. 1382)

1358-08-24

King John I of Castile (d. 1390)

1363-12-14

John Van [Jean C] Gerson, French theologist

1364-11-30

John FitzAlan, 2nd Baron Arundel, English soldier (d. 1390)

1371-05-28

John, the Fearless, Burgundy France, Duke of Burgundy/warrior

1389-06-20

John, Duke of Bedford, regent of England (d. 1435)

1389-12-24

John VI, Duke of Brittany (d. 1442)

1395-03-18

John Holland, 2nd Duke of Exeter, English military leader (d. 1447)

1397-06-29

John II of Aragon (d. 1479)

1403-06-11

John IV, Duke of Brabant (d. 1427)

1404-03-25

John Beaufort, 1st Duke of Somerset, English military leader (d. 1444)

1405-03-06

King John II of Castile (d. 1454)

1409-03-02

John II, French duke of Alencon/co-fighter of Jeanne d'arc

1410-04-27

John Van Lannoy, Flemish governor of Holland/Zealand/West Frisia

1420-11-24

John Stafford, 1st Earl of Wiltshire, English politician (d. 1473)

1438-04-03

John III van Egmont, [Manke John], viceroy of Holland

1455-02-02

King John of Denmark (d. 1513)

1455-03-03

King John II of Portugal (d. 1495)

1494-04-20

John Agricola, [Schneider], German theologist/prime minister

1495-03-08

John of God, Portuguese-born friar and saint (d. 1550). Founder of the Hospitaller Order of St. John of God.

1495-11-21

John Bale, England, bishop/anti-catholic playwright (Kynge Johan)

1498-04-09

John, Cardinal of Lorraine, French churchman (d. 1550)

1502-06-06

King John III of Portugal (d. 1557)

1502-09-13

John Leland, English antiquarian (d. 1552)

1509-07-10

John Calvin, Protestant religious reformer/theologian

1510-10-06

John Caius, English physician (d. 1573)

1513-07-09

John van Hembyze, Flemish calvinist

1514-06-16

John Cheke, English classical scholar (d. 1557)

1522-05-24

John Jewel, English bishop (d. 1571)

1527-07-13

John Dee, London, alchemist/astrologer/mathematician (d. 1609)

1535-11-22

John, the Old, earl of Nassau/tribal father Neth royal family

1537-12-20

King John III of Sweden (d. 1592)

1537-12-23

King John III of Sweden (d. 1592)

1542-06-24

St. John of the Cross, Spanish Carmelite mystic, saint, priest and poet (d. 1591)

1545-02-24

Don John of Austria, Spanish military leader (d. 1578)

1550-06-28

John Drusius, Flemish hebrew translator

1557-02-11

John Wtenbogaert, remonstrants theologist

1563-03-05

John Coke, English politician (d. 1644)

1571-01-21

John I Pontanus, physicist/historian (Amsterdam)

1571-08-08

John Ward, composer

1574-03-07

John Wilbye, composer

1576-10-07

John Marston, English writer (d. 1634)

1579-02-09

John Meursius, [van Meurs], Dutch historian

1579-08-24

John Amner, composer

1579-12-20

John Fletcher, Elizabethan dramatist (Phylaster) (baptized)

1579-12-20

John Fletcher, Henry VIII

1580-01-06

(baptised) John Smith, English explorer (Jamestown)

1580-08-24

John Taylor, English poet (d. 1654)

1582-01-23

John Barclay, Scottish satirist/Latin poet (Argenis)

1582-01-28

John Barclay, Scottish satirist/poet (Euphormio's Satyricon)

1584-12-04

John Cotton, Puritan clergyman in Mass Bay colony

1584-12-16

John Selden, English jurist and oriental scholar (d. 1654)

1586-04-17

John Ford, English dramatist ('Tis Pity She's a Whore)

1586-04-17

John Ford, 'Tis Pity She's a Whore

1588-01-12

John Winthrop, 1st governor (Mass Bay Colony)

1588-02-12

John Winthrop, English attorney/puritan/1st gov of Mass

1592-04-20

John Eliot, St Germans Cornwall, English MP/author

1592-05-13

John Cloppenburg, vicar/theologist

1594-05-01

John Haynes, Massachusetts colonial magistrate

1594-11-30

John Cosin, English clergyman (d. 1672)

1595-04-05

John Wilson, composer

1597-01-31

John Francis Regis, French saint (d. 1640)

1597-04-09

John Davenport, Connecticut pioneer (d. 1670)

1600-09-27

John Galle, Flemish engraver/printer, baptised

1602-03-29

John Lightfoot, English theologist/literary (Horae Hebraicae)

1604-08-05

John Eliot, "Apostle to Indians," Bible translator, baptized

1606-02-12

John Winthrop, the Younger, Governor of Connecticut (d. 1676)

1607-10-24

John Lievensz, painter/etcher/wood carver

1607-11-26

John Harvard, England, clergyman/scholar, founded Harvard Univ

1608-12-09

John Milton, London, poet/puritan (Paradise Lost), (d. 1674)

1608-12-09

John Milton, Die Schöpfung

1609-02-10

John Suckling, English Cavalier poet/dramatist/courtier

1609-03-22

John II Casimir Vasa, cardinal/king of Poland (1648-68)

1610-03-01

John Pell, English mathematician (d. 1685)

1612-02-28

John Pearson, English theologian (d. 1686)

1612-06-25

John Albert Vasa, Polish bishop (d. 1634)

1613-06-16

John Cleveland, English poet (d. 1658)

1614-01-01

John Wilkins, English Bishop of Chester (d. 1672)

1615-01-14

John Biddle, English minister (Unitarian)

1615-01-30

Thomas Rolfe, American colonial settler and only child of Pocahontas and John Rolfe (d. 1675)

1616-05-24

John Maitland, Duke of Lauderdale (d. 1682)

1616-11-23

John Wallis, English mathematician/cryptographer (product of Wallis)

1619-04-21

John A van Riebeeck, colonial director/founder (Cape Colony)

1619-09-17

John Lambert, English general-major/parliament leader

1620-04-24

John Graunt, statistician, founder of science of demography

1620-09-29

John L baron of Elderen, 63rd prince-bishop of Luik (1688-94)

1620-10-31

John Evelyn, British diarist (Life of Mrs Godolphin)

1623-05-30

John Egerton, 2nd Earl of Bridgewater, English politician (d. 1686)

1626-01-25

John van de Cappelle, Amsterdam, landscape painter

1626-03-12

John Aubrey, English antiquary and writer (d. 1697)

1626-10-09

John Ferrabosco, composer

1627-11-29

John Ray, English naturalist (d. 1705)

1628-08-29

John Granville, 1st Earl of Bath, English royalist statesman (d. 1701)

1628-11-28

John Bunyan, England, cleric/author (Pilgrim's Progress)

1628-11-28

John Bunyan, Episode #1.3

1629-04-23

John Commelin, director (Hortus Botanicus, Amsterdam)

1629-08-17

King John [Jan] III Sobieski of Poland. Victor over the Turks in 1683 (d. 1696)

1630-01-11

John Rogers, American President of Harvard in the US (d. 1684)

1631-08-09

John Dryden, English poet/playwright (Heroic Stanzas) [NS=Aug 19]

1631-08-19

John Dryden, 1st poet laureate of England (All for Love)

1632-08-29

John Locke, Wrington England, empiricist philosopher; disproved substance

1634-12-01

John-Erasmus Quellinus, [Quellien], Flemish painter

1637-03-05

John van der Heyden, Dutch painter/inventor (fire extinguisher)

1640-03-30

John Trenchard, English politician (d. 1695)

1641-08-05

John Hathorne, American magistrate (d. 1717)

1643-02-16

John Sharp, English Archbishop of York (d. 1714)

1643-11-01

John Strype, English historian and biographer (d. 1737)

1646-08-19

John Flamsteed, Denby Derbyshire, English astronomer and first Astronomer Royal

1647-04-01

John Wilmot, 2nd Earl of Rochester, English poet (d. 1680)

1647-05-03

John A "Joannes" Antonides van der Goes, poet (Bellone aen bant)

1647-10-03

John Foot, lawyer

1648-04-07

John Sheffield, 1st Duke of Buckingham and Normanby, English statesman and poet (d. 1721)

1648-04-16

John Luyken, poet/etcher (Duytse Lyre)

1649-02-23

John Blow, composer of 1st English opera (Venus & Adonis) (baptized)

1650-05-24

John Churchill, 1st duke of Marlborough, English general strategist

1650-11-07

John Robinson, English diplomat (d. 1723)

1650-11-28

John Palfijn, Flemish physician/inventor (forceps) [or Nov 25]

1651-03-04

John Baron Somers, (Whig), William III's chief minister (1696-1700)

1653-08-09

John Oldham, English poet (d. 1683)

1662-08-25

John Leverett the Younger, American educator (d. 1724)

1664-01-24

John Vanbrugh, London, dramatist/architect (baptized)

1665-08-27

John Hervey, 1st Earl of Bristol, English politician (d. 1751)

1666-07-10

John Ernest Grabe, German-born Anglican theologian (d. 1711)

1667-04-29

John Arbuthnot, Scottish writer (Alexander Pope)

1670-11-30

John Toland, Irish philosopher (d. 1722)

1670-12-04

John Aislabie, English politician (d. 1742)

1670-12-07

John Aislabie, English director of the South Sea Company (d. 1742)

1671-04-21

John Law, Scottish economist (d. 1729)

1673-08-08

John Ker, Scottish spy (d. 1726)

1676-01-19

John Weldon, composer

1678-09-16

Henry St John, English statesman and philosopher (d. 1751)

1678-10-10

John Campbell, 2nd duke of Argyll/fieldmarshal (Union of 1707)

1680-02-14

John Sidney, 6th Earl of Leicester, English privy councillor (d. 1737)

1680-10-19

John Abernethy, Irish Protestant minister (d. 1740)

1682-04-15

John van Huysum, Dutch painter (flowers/fruit)

1682-04-16

John Hadley, mathematician/inventor (1st reflecting telescope)

1683-03-13

John Theophilus Desaguliers, French-British philosopher (d. 1744)

1685-06-30

John Gay, British writer (d. 1732)

1685-06-30

John Gay, Emma

1685-09-16

John Gay, English poet (Beggar's Opera)

1686-08-12

John Balguy, English philosopher (d. 1748)

1689-10-22

King John V of Portugal (d. 1750)

1690-04-22

John Carteret, Earl Granville (C), English chief minister (1722-42)

1692-02-29

John Byrom, English poet (d. 1763)

1692-08-03

John Henley, English clergyman (d. 1759)

1693-03-24

John Harrison, British clockmaker (d. 1776)

1695-01-09

John E Loovens, lawyer

1695-10-05

John Glas, Scottish minister (d. 1773)

1695-11-10

John Bevis, English physician and astronomer (d. 1771)

1696-10-13

John Hervey, 2nd Baron Hervey, English statesman and writer (d. 1743)

1697-03-30

John-Baptist Xavery, Flemish sculptor

1698-03-06

John Alberti, Dutch theologist/philologist

1699-03-23

John Bartram, naturalist/explorer, father of American botany

1703-06-28

John Wesley, Epworth, Lincolnshire, English Christian theologian and co-founder of the Methodist movement

1704-06-17

John Kay, English inventor (d. 1780)

1704-06-22

John Taylor, English classical scholar (d. 1766)

1704-07-16

John Kay, England, machinist, invented flying shuttle

1704-10-29

John Byng, British admiral (d. 1757)

1706-01-28

John Baskerville, English printer (typeface inventor)

1706-06-10

John Dollond, owner of 1st patent for achromatic lens

1707-04-27

John Burman, Dutch botanist/director botanical gardens

1708-08-10

John Stinstra, baptist vicar

1709-10-25

John Wagenaar, Amsterdam merchant/historian, baptised

1710-09-30

John Russell, 4th Duke of Bedford, British statesman (d. 1771)

1712-01-17

John Stanley, composer

1712-03-08

John Fothergill, English physician (d. 1780)

1713-03-29

John Ponsonby, Irish politician (d. 1789)

1713-04-10

John Whitehurst, English clockmaker and scientist (d. 1788)

1713-05-25

John Stuart, 3rd earl of Bute, English premier (1760-63)

1713-06-22

Lord John Philip Sackville, English cricketer (d. 1765)

1714-12-19

John Winthrop, American astronomer (d. 1779)

1714-12-21

John Bradstreet, Canadian-born soldier (d. 1774)

1715-04-11

John Alcock, composer

1715-11-05

John Brown, English writer (d. 1766)

1715-12-08

John Althuysen, Frisian vicar/poet (Frisianche rymlery)

1716-04-04

John Evangelist Schreiber, composer

1717-02-26

John Randall, composer

1717-06-08

John Collins, American politician (d. 1795)

1718-07-31

John Canton, English physicist (d. 1772)

1718-11-03

John Montague, 4th Earl of Sandwich, inventor (sandwich)

1719-01-23

John Landen, English mathematician (d. 1790)

1719-03-13

John Griffin Whitwell, 4th Baron Howard de Walden, British field marshal (d. 1797)

1719-03-30

John Hawkins, England, wrote 1st history of music

1719-08-27

John/Jean Nepveu, Dutch governor of Suriname (1768-79)

1720-01-11

Gijsbert John van Hardenbroeck, Utrechts regent

1720-10-19

John Woolman, American Quaker preacher and abolitionist (d. 1772)

1721-02-13

John Reid, composer

1721-02-24

John McKinly, Ulster Ireland, American physician

1721-04-13

John Hanson, Maryland, 1st US Pres under Articles of Confederation

1721-07-14

John Douglas, Scottish Anglican bishop and man of letters (d. 1807)

1722-09-22

John Home, Scottish writer (d. 1808)

1723-02-05

John Witherspoon, Gifford Scotland, president of the College of New Jersey (signed Declaration of Independence)

1723-02-24

John Burgoyne, British general (d. 1792)

1723-04-14

John Wainwright, composer

1723-11-08

John Byron, British naval officer (d. 1786)

1724-06-08

John Smeaton, Leeds, civil engineer

1724-08-27

John Joachim Zubly, Swiss-born Continental Congressman (d. 1781)

1724-09-01

John Nieuwenhuijzen, theologist/co-founder (Society of It General)

1724-11-21

John Ekels, the Old, Amsterdam painter/cartoonist

1725-07-24

John Newton, English cleric and hymnist (d. 1807)

1725-07-24

John Newton, The Curious Case of Benjamin Button

1725-10-17

John Wilkes, English journalist/MP (N Briton)

1728-02-13

John Hunter, Scottish surgeon (d. 1793)

1730-01-15

John Malchair, composer

1730-12-08

John Ingen Housz, Dutch/English personal physician of Maria Theresia

1731-11-15

William Cowper, English lawyer/poet (John Gilpin) [OS]

1731-11-26

William Cowper, John Gilpin's Ride

1732-11-13

John Dickinson, Talbot County Maryland, American lawyer and Governor of Delaware and Pennsylvania (d. 1808)

1734-01-01

John F E Acton, cruel premier of Naples

1735-01-08

John Carroll, American Roman Catholic archbishop (d. 1815)

1735-05-01

John H van Kinsbergen, Dutch lt-admiral/founder of Dutch Marines Corp

1735-06-10

John Morgan, American physician-in-chief of Continental Army

1735-10-30

John Adams, Braintree (Quincy) Massachusetts, 2nd US President (1797-1801)

1735-10-30

John Adams, Thomas Jefferson: Philosopher of Freedom

1737-01-23

John Hancock, merchant/statesman, (1st to sign Declaration of Independence), (d. 1793), [o.s. 1936-01-12]

1738-05-09

John Pindar, [Peter], physician/poet

1738-07-03

John Singleton Copley, Mass, finest colonial American artist

1739-09-17

John Rutledge, 2nd (appointed) Chief Justice of the United States (d. 1800)

1740-03-24

John Antes, composer

1740-11-24

John Bacon, English sculptor

1741-05-17

John Penn, US attorney (signed Declaration of Independence) [OS=May 6]

1743-01-21

John Fitch, inventor (had a working steamboat years before Fulton)

1744-02-05

John Jeffries, colonial physician/meteorologist

1745-03-10

John Gunby, Maryland Soldier in the American Revolutionary War (d. 1807)

1745-09-23

John Sevier, Tennessee, indian fighter (Gov/Rep-Tn)

1745-12-12

John Jay, New York, NY, American statesman, 1st US Chief Justice

1747-01-15

John Aikin, English doctor and writer (d. 1822)

1747-07-06

John Paul Jones, naval hero ("I have not yet begun to fight")

1748-03-10

John Playfair, Scotland, clergyman/geologist/mathematician

1750-03-30

John Stafford Smith, composer

1750-05-02

John André, British Army officer of the American Revolutionary War (d. 1780)

1750-12-25

John "Christmas" Beckwith, composer

1751-06-04

John Scott, 1st Earl of Eldon

1752-02-25

John Graves Simcoe, first Lieutenant-Governor of Upper Canada (d. 1806)

1752-05-04

John Brooks, 11th Governor of Massachusetts (d. 1825)

1753-07-06

John H Midderigh, Rotterdam patriot, baptized

1753-09-10

John Soane, English architect (Bank of England, Soane Museum)

1753-12-19

John Taylor, Virginia, philosopher (Jeffersonian Democracy)

1754-01-30

John Lansing, Jr., American statesman (d. 1829)

1754-09-19

John Ross Key, commissioned officer in the Continental Army, judge, lawyer and the father of Francis Scott Key (d. 1821)

1755-07-06

John Flaxman, English sculptor (Westminster Abbey tomb stones)

1755-09-24

John Marshall, Germantown Virginia, 4th Supreme Court Chief Justice (1801-35)

1756-06-06

John Trumbull, US painter (Declaration of Independence)

1756-09-21

John Loudon McAdam, created macadam road surface (asphalt)

1757-02-01

John P Kemble, England, actor/director (Drury Lane, Covent Garden)

1757-02-13

John C Hespe, Dutch journalist/politician

1757-02-20

John 'Mad Jack' Fuller, English philanthropist (d. 1834)

1757-03-27

Richard John Samuel Stevens, composer

1758-02-17

John Pinkerton, Scottish historian

1758-04-04

John Hoppner, portrait painter

1758-05-17

John St Aubyn, British fossil collector (d. 1839)

1760-01-03

John Storm, American Revolutionary soldier (d. 1835)

1760-12-02

John Breckinridge, American politician (d. 1806)

1761-03-23

John W de Winter, Dutch vice-admiral (Battle at Kamperduin)

1761-05-16

John Opie, artist

1761-06-07

John Rennie, Scottish engineer (d. 1821)

1762-10-12

John W Janssens, gov-gen of Cape colony/Dutch-Indies 1811

1763-05-08

John Goldberg, Dutch patriot/statesman

1763-07-17

John Jacob Astor, Germany, richest man in US, banker/fur trader

1763-10-12

John Ross, composer

1763-12-23

John Davy, composer

1763-12-28

John Molson, founded Montreal brewery (Molsons)

1764-01-01

John Kinker, Dutch linguist/philosopher/poet (Minderjarige Zangster)

1764-04-03

John Abernethy, London, surgeon

1764-06-19

John Barrow, England, founded Royal Geographical Society

1764-09-17

John Goodricke, English astronomer/member Royal Society

1766-09-06

John Dalton, English physicist, developed atomic theory of matter

1766-11-20

John Wall Calcott, composer

1767-07-11

John Quincy Adams, Braintree (Quincy) Massachusetts, 6th President of the United States (D) (1825-1829)

1768-12-22

John Crome, [Old Crome], English landscape painter/etcher

1770-12-13

John Clarke-Whitfeld, composer

1773-06-02

John Randolph, U.S. Senator from Virginia (d. 1833)

1774-03-20

John Braham, composer

1774-09-26

John Chapman, [Johnny Appleseed], frontier nurseryman

1776-02-18

John Parry, composer

1776-02-23

John Walter II, London, chief proprietor (The Times, 1812-47)

1776-06-01

John George Schetky, composer

1776-06-11

John Constable, England, landscape painter (Hay Wain)

1777-06-24

John Ross, British naval officer and explorer (d. 1856)

1778-11-27

John Murray, publisher

1779-01-08

John White, composer

1779-05-02

John Galt, Scotland, novelist (Ayrshire Legatees, Lawrie Todd)

1779-11-04

John W Pieneman, historical painter (Battle at Waterloo)

1780-10-10

John Abercrombie, Scottish physician (d. 1844)

1782-03-18

John C. Calhoun, Abbeville South Carolina, Andrew Jackson's VP (1825-32)

1782-05-16

John Sell Cotman, water color artist

1782-06-19

John Bray, composer

1782-07-26

John Field, Dublin Ireland, pianist/composer (Nocturnes)

1782-07-26

John Field, Wives and Daughters

1783-04-08

John Claudius, London England, horticulturist

1783-08-07

John Heathcoat, inventor (lace-making machinery)

1784-02-03

John Fane graaf van Westmorland, English (opera)composer/diplomat

1784-10-19

John McLoughlin, Hudson's Bay Co pioneer in Oregon Country

1785-03-11

John McLean, U.S. Supreme Court Justice (d. 1861)

1785-04-26

John James Audubon, Haiti, bird watcher/artist

1785-05-18

John Wilson, Scottish writer (d. 1854)

1786-01-07

John Catron, Justice of the U.S. Supreme Court (d. 1865)

1786-04-04

John Franklin, British explorer (Arctic)

1786-12-04

John LA Luyten, Catholic Member of Dutch 2nd parliament [or 12/14]

1787-01-05

John Burke, Irish genealogist (Burke's Peerage)

1787-01-13

John Davis, 14th and 17th Governor of Massachusetts (d. 1854)

1787-04-13

John Robertson, U.S. politician (d. 1873)

1787-09-01

John Bake, classical composer

1787-09-10

John Jordan Crittenden, MC (Union), died in 1863

1787-12-09

John Dobson, English architect (d. 1865)

1789-07-19

John Martin, English painter

1789-10-08

John Ruggles, American politician (d. 1874)

1789-10-08

William John Swainson, English naturalist and artist (d. 1855)

1789-12-08

John Fawcett, composer

1790-03-29

John Tyler, Charles City County Virginia, (D/W) 10th Pres (1841-1845)

1790-04-30

John Cockerill, English/Belgian industrialist

1790-06-19

John Gibson, British (?) sculptor

1790-08-19

Edward John Dent, London, British Clockmaker to Queen Victoria and commissioned to make Big Ben, London (completed after his death by his son Frederick Dent)

1790-10-03

John Ross, Chief of the Cherokee Nation (d. 1866)

1791-06-09

John Howard Payne, US, author/actor/diplomat (Home Sweet Home)

1791-06-09

John Howard Payne, The Family Stone

1792-03-07

John Herschel, Slough England, William Herschel's son, astronomer

1792-04-12

John George Lambton, London, statesman (1st Earl of Durham)

1792-04-23

John Thomas Romney Robinson, Irish astronomer and physicist (d. 1882)

1792-04-25

John Keble, Anglican priest/founder (Oxford Movement)

1792-06-16

John Linnell, English artist (d. 1882)

1792-08-18

John, 1st Earl Russell, British Whig PM (1846-52, 1865-66)

1792-11-13

Edward John Trelawney, England, traveler/author (Adv of Younger Son)

1793-01-14

John C. Clark, American politician (d. 1852)

1793-07-03

John Claire, England, poet

1793-07-13

John Clare, Northamptonshire peasant poet (Shepard's Calendar)

1794-07-14

John G Lockhart, [Scorpion], biographer (Life of Sir Walter Scott)

1794-11-17

John Barrien Montgomery, Commander (Union Navy), died in 1873

1795-06-12

John Marston Jr, Comm (Union Navy), died in 1885

1795-10-31

John Keats, London, England, romantic poet (Ode to a Grecian Urn), (d. 1821)

1795-10-31

John Keats, La belle dame sans merci

1795-9-07

John Polidori, The Vampyr: A Soap Opera

1796-01-21

John Gelinde van Blom, Frisian notary/author

1796-03-24

John Corry Wilson Daly, Canadian politician (d. 1878)

1796-07-24

John Middleton Clayton, Delaware, (Sen-Del)/US Sec of State (1849-50)

1796-10-04

John Richardson, Canadian writer (Wacousta, or the prophecy)

1797-03-25

John Winebrenner, US, clergyman, founded Church of God

1797-06-24

John Hughes, archbishop, founded Fordham University in the Bronx

1797-10-23

John J Rochussen, governor-general of Dutch-Indies (1845-51)

1798-03-04

John Joseph Abercrombie, Brigadier General (Union volunteers), died in 1877

1798-07-24

John Adams Dix, Major General (Union volunteers), died in 1879

1799-02-05

John Lindley, English botanist (Elements of Botany)

1799-05-11

John Lowell, American philanthropist (d. 1836)

1799-06-23

John Milton Bernhisel, American physician (d. 1881)

1800-02-21

John Henry Winder, Brigadier General (Confederate Army), died in 1865

1800-05-09

John Brown, Torrington, Connecticut, American revolutionary abolitionist (d. 1859)

1800-12-27

John Goss, composer

1801-01-11

John Lodge Ellerton, composer

1801-02-07

John Rylands, England, merchant/philanthropist

1801-02-21

John Henry Newman, England, cardinal/author (Dream of Gerontius)

1801-07-11

John Hill Hewitt, The Jail at Junction Flats

1801-07-12

John Hill Hewitt, composer

1801-07-26

John Drake Sloat, Ret Major General Comm (Union Navy), died in 1867

1802-07-15

John Barnett, composer

1803-02-15

John Augustus Sutter, Swiss/US colonist (New Helvetia Ca, Sutter Mill)

1803-06-29

John Newton Brown, American publisher (d. 1868)

1803-07-31

John Ericsson, US, inventor (screw propeller)/shipbuilder-USS Monitor

1803-10-03

John Gorrie, inventor (cold-air process of refrigeration)

1803-12-27

John ACA van Nispen Sevenaer, Member of Dutch 2nd parliament (1848-75)

1804-01-13

John Pringle Nichol, Scottish Astronomer and educator

1804-01-14

John Park, composer

1804-02-07

John Deere, Rutland, Vermont, pioneer American blacksmith and manufacturer of agricultural equipment who founded Deere & Company

1804-05-22

John William (Turk) Livingston, Commander (Union Navy), died in 1885

1804-09-14

John Gould, British ornithologist (d. 1881)

1805-01-08

John Bigler, American politician (d. 1871)

1805-07-09

Henry John Gauntlett, composer

1805-10-23

John Russell Bartlett, American linguist (d. 1886)

1805-10-28

John Thomson, composer

1805-11-28

John Stephens, US archaeologist; founded study of Central America

1805-12-10

John E Feisser, theologist/founder 1st Dutch baptist church

1805-12-22

John Obadiah Westwood, British entomologist (d. 1893)

1806-05-20

John Stuart Mill, UK, philosopher/political economist/Utilitarian

1806-06-01

John Buchanan Floyd, Ex-Sect of War (Union), died in 1863

1806-06-12

John A. Roebling, German-America civil engineer (Brooklyn Bridge) (d. 1869)

1806-07-20

John Sterling, writer (Representative Victorian)

1806-10-18

John Breckinridge Grayson, Brig Genl (Confederate Army), died in 1861

1807-05-01

John Bankhead "Prince John" Magruder, Major General (Confederate Army)

1807-10-12

John Tideman, Dutch Remonstrant theologist

1807-12-17

John Greenleaf Whittier, US, poet (Snow-bound)

1807-12-17

John Greenleaf Whittier, Barbara Fritchie: The Story of a Patriotic American Woman

1808-10-12

John Liptrot Hatton, composer

1808-11-01

John Taylor, American religious leader (d. 1887)

1809-01-01

John Pieter Heije, Dutch physician/writer/poet (Silver Fleet)

1809-04-20

John Smith Preston, Brigadier General (Confederate Army), died in 1881

1809-11-13

John AB Dahlgren, US Union lt adm/inventor (Civil war Dahlgren-cannon)

1810-03-10

John McCloskey, US, pres of St John's College (Fordham U)

1810-04-21

John Putnam Chapin, American politician (d. 1864)

1810-06-24

Lady John Scott, Fûun kyû nari Ôsaka jô: Sanada jûyûshi sô shingun

1811-06-24

John Archibald Campbell, Asst Secy War (Confederacy), died in 1889

1811-09-03

John Humphrey Noyes, Vt, found Oneida Community (Perfectionists)

1811-11-19

John Ancrum Winslow, Comm (Union Navy), died in 1873

1812-01-31

John Randolph Tucker, Capt (Confederate Navy), died in 1883

1812-05-30

John Alexander McClernand, Major General (Union volunteers)

1812-06-27

John Pike Hullah, composer

1812-08-08

John Rodgers II, Commander (Union Navy), died in 1882

1813-02-14

John McNeil, Bvt Major General (Union volunteers), died in 1891

1813-03-15

John Snow, English epidemiologist (d. 1858)

1813-03-29

John Letcher, Gov (Confederacy), died in 1884

1813-09-13

John Sedgwick, Major General (Union volunteers), died in 1864

1813-10-09

John Jones Pettus, Confederate governor (D-Miss, 1859-63)

1813-11-13

John Wolcott Phelps, Brigadier General (Union volunteers), died in 1885

1814-04-04

John Blair Smith Todd, Brigadier General (Union volunteers), died in 1872

1814-04-15

John Lothrop Motley, US, historian/author (Rise of Dutch Rep)

1814-08-10

John Clifford Pemberton, Lt Gen (Confederate Army), died in 1881

1815-01-11

John A. Macdonald, Glasgow Scotland, First Prime Minister of Canada (1867-1873 and 1878-1891)

1815-01-21

John Bingham, American politician and lawyer (d. 1900)

1815-03-05

John Wentworth, American politician (d. 1888)

1815-05-19

John Gross Barnard, Bvt Major General (Union Army), died in 1882

1815-06-19

John William Glover, composer

1815-08-16

John Bosco, Italian priest and educator (d. 1888)

1815-08-19

John Porter McCown, Major General (Confederate Army), died in 1879

1815-09-06

John Richardson Liddell, Brigadier General (Confederate Army)

1815-09-07

John McDouall Stuart, Australian explorer (d. 1866)

1815-10-24

John Edwards, Brigadier General (Union volunteers), died in 1894

1815-11-03

John Mitchel, Fenian

1815-11-15

John Banvard, NYC, painted worlds largest painting (3 mile canvas)

1816-01-09

John Palmer Usher, Secy Int (Union) died in 1889

1816-08-03

John Eugene Smith, Bvt Major General (Union Army), died in 1897

1816-11-14

John Curwen, composer

1817-01-08

John Selden Roane, Brigadier General (Confederate Army), died in 1867

1817-02-02

John Glover, English chemist (sulfuric acid)

1817-04-04

John Wilson Sprague, Bvt Mjr General (Union volunteers), died in 1893

1817-04-19

John Philip, painter

1817-07-15

John Fowler, English engineer (London Metropolitan Railway)

1817-07-21

John Gilbert, painter/illustrator

1817-09-13

John McAuley Palmer, US Union msj-gen/(Gov-Ill, 1868-72)

1817-11-25

John Bigelow, American statesman and author (d. 1911)

1817-9-14

Theodor Storm, John Glueckstadt

1818-01-11

John Reese Kenly, Bvt Major General (Union volunteers), died in 1891

1818-03-11

John Wilkins Whitfield, Brigadier General (Confederate Army), died in 1879

1818-03-12

John Lorimar Worden, Capt (Union Navy), died in 1897

1818-03-22

John Ainsworth Horrocks, English-born explorer of South Australia (d. 1846)

1818-04-23

John Gill Shorter, Gov (Confederacy), died in 1872

1818-05-31

John Albion Andrew, Gov (Union), died in 1867

1818-06-30

Edward John Hopkins, composer

1818-07-10

John Stuart "Cerro Gordo" Williams, Brigadier General (Confederate Army)

1818-07-30

John Heemskerk Azn, Dutch minister of Internal minister (1866..88)

1818-10-08

John Henninger Reagan, Atty Gen (Confederacy)

1819-02-08

John Ruskin, writer/critic/artist/Gothic Revivalist (Prerafaelite)

1819-06-05

John Couch Adams, English astronomer (co-discover Neptune)

1819-12-20

John Geary, 1st SF postmaster, 1st mayor (May 1, 1850)

1819-12-30

John White Geary, Bvt Major General (Union volunteers), died in 1873

1820-01-19

John Haskell King, Bvt Major General (Union Army), died in 1888

1820-01-24

John Milton Thayer, Bvt Major General (Union volunteers), died in 1906

1820-02-28

John Tenniel, England, cartoonist/illustrator (Alice in Wonderland)

1820-02-28

John Tenniel, Alice Through the Looking-Glass: Queen Alice

1820-05-04

Julia Gardiner Tyler, 2nd wife of Pres John Tyler (1841-45)

1820-06-14

John Bartlett, US, editor (compiled Familiar Quotations)

1820-07-05

William John Macquorn Rankine, Scottish engineer and physicist (d. 1872)

1820-07-26

John Marshall Jones, Brigadier General (Confederate Army), died in 1864

1820-07-27

John Franklin Farnsworth, Brigadier General (Union volunteers)

1820-08-02

John Tyndall, Leighlinbridge, County Carlow Ireland, Irish physicist who demonstrated why the sky is blue and proved that the Earth's atmosphere has a greenhouse effect

1820-09-20

John Fulton Reynolds, Major General (Union volunteers), died in 1863

1820-10-13

John William Dawson, Canadian geologist (d. 1899)

1820-10-28

John H. Hopkins, Still Alice

1820-11-23

John Willis Ellis, Governor (Confederacy) died in 1861

1821-01-04

John James Peck, Major General (Union volunteers), died in 1878

1821-01-21

John Cabell Breckinridge, (D) 14th US VP (1857-61)/mjr-gen (Confed)

1821-01-27

John Chivington, American officer, (d. 1892)

1821-03-12

John Abbott, Saint-Andre Quebec, (C) 3rd Canadian PM (1891-92)

1821-05-11

[Carlos] Charles John Stolbrand, Brigadier General (Union volunteers)

1821-05-21

John F Loudon, Dutch entrepreneur/colonial director

1821-06-08

John Dunlap Stevenson, Bvt Mjr Gen (Union volunteers), died in 1897

1822-01-09

John Porter Hatch, volunteers Bvt Major General (Union), died in 1901

1822-01-30

John Basil Turchin, [Ivan Turchinoff], Brigadier General (Union volunteers)

1822-03-16

John Pope, Major General (Union volunteers), died in 1892

1822-07-22

John George Walker, Major General (Confederate Army), died in 1893

1822-08-31

Fitz John Porter, Major General (Union volunteers), died in 1901

1822-12-06

John Eberhard, built 1st large-scale pencil factory in US

1822-12-27

John Roberts, composer

1823-02-16

John Daniel Imboden, Brigadier General (Confederate Army), died in 1895

1823-03-10

John B. Dykes, The Perfect Storm

1823-03-20

John Echols, Brigadier General (Confederate Army), died in 1896

1823-04-06

Joseph Medill, St John NB Canada, newspaper editor (Chicago Tribune)

1823-05-10

John Sherman, MC (Union), died in 1900

1823-05-27

John Gray Foster, Major General (Union volunteers), died in 1874

1823-05-29

John H. Balsley, American carpenter (d. 1895)

1823-06-17

John Henry Hobart Ward, Brigadier General (Union volunteers), died in 1903

1823-08-25

John Newton, Major General (Union volunteers), died in 1895

1823-09-25

Thomas John Wood, Major General (Union volunteers), died in 1906

1824-02-24

John Crawford Vaughn, Brigadier General (Confederate Army), died in 1875

1824-02-28

John Creed Moore, Brigadier General (Confederate Army), died in 1910

1824-06-20

John Tyler Morgan, Brigadier General (Confederate Army), died in 1907

1824-08-21

John Sanford Mason, Brigadier General (Union volunteers), died in 1897

1824-12-17

John Kerr, System physicist (electro-visually Kerr-effect)

1825-03-05

John Dunovant, Brigadier General (Confederate Army), died in 1864

1825-06-01

John Hunt Morgan, Brigadier General (Confederate cavalry commander)

1825-06-12

John Cook, Bvt Major General (Union volunteers), died in 1910

1826-02-09

John Alexander Logan, Major General (Union volunteers), died in 1886

1826-03-01

John Thomas, composer

1826-03-04

John Buford, Major General (Union volunteers), died in 1863

1826-09-05

John Wisden, England cricketer (d. 1884)

1826-09-09

Thomas John Lucas, Bvt Major General (Union volunteers), died in 1908

1826-11-17

John McArthur, Bvt Major General (Union volunteers), died in 1906

1826-12-05

John Benjamin Sanborn, Bvt Mjr Gen (Union volunteers), died in 1904

1826-12-18

Mercer Brooke John, (Confederate Navy), died in 1906

1827-01-06

John Calvin Brown, Major General (Confederate Army), died in 1889

1827-01-06

John Wesley Frazer, Brigadier General (Confederate Army), die in 1906

1827-03-12

John Robert Jones, Brigadier General (Confederate Army), died in 1901

1827-04-20

John Gibbon, Major General (Union volunteers), died in 1896

1827-05-04

John Hanning Speke, British explorer (d. 1864)

1827-09-06

John Morrison Oliver, Bvt Major General (Union volunteers)

1827-09-22

John Grubb Parke, Major General (Union volunteers), died in 1900

1827-11-19

Isaac Munroe St John, Brigadier General (Confederate Army), died in 1880

1827-12-16

John A C Oudemans, Dutch geographer/astronomer

1827-9-18

John Townsend Trowbridge, The Vagabonds

1828-07-03

John Austin Wharton, Major General (Confederate Army), died in 1865

1828-07-21

John Rutter Brooke, Bvt Major General (Union volunteers)

1828-12-16

John Beatty, Brigadier General (Union volunteers), died in 1914

1829-01-03

John G R Acquoy, theologist/church historian

1829-02-01

John Potts Slough, Brigadier General (Union volunteers), died in 1867

1829-06-06

John Baillie McIntosh, Bvt Major General (Union Army), died in 1888

1829-06-08

John Everett Millais, England, painter (Order of Release)

1829-08-12

John Horace Forney, Major General (Confederate Army), died in 1902

1829-12-14

John Mercer Langston, 1st black to hold US political office

1830-03-26

John Rogers Thomas, composer

1830-03-26

John Rogers Thomas, Reap the Wild Wind

1830-05-05

John Batterson Stetson, American hat manufacturer (d. 1906)

1830-05-11

John Converse Starkweather, Brigadier General (Union volunteers)

1830-07-02

John Bordenave Villepigue, Brigadier General (Confederate Army)

1830-09-29

John Parker Hawkins, Bvt Major General (Union Army), died in 1914

1830-10-30

John Stevens Bowen, Major General (Confederate Army) died in 1863

1830-11-03

Esten Cooke, John (Confederate Army), died in 1886

1830-12-16

John Frederick Hartranft, Bvt Mjr Gen (Union volunteers), died in 1889

1831-01-14

John Bullock Clark Jr, Brigadier General (Confederate Army), died in 1903

1831-02-12

John Morrissey, boxer/developer of Saratoga Springs horse race track

1831-02-13

John Aaron Rawlins, Bvt Major General (Union Army), died in 1869

1831-03-07

John Bratton, [Old Reliable], US physician/Confederate Brig Gen

1831-06-01

John Bell Hood, Gen (Confederate Army), died in 1879

1831-08-16

John Jones Ross, Quebec politician (d. 1901)

1831-09-29

John McAlister Schofield, Major General (Union volunteers)

1831-11-21

John Franklin Miller, Bvt Mjr Gen (Union volunteers), died in 1886

1832-01-24

John Pegram, Brigadier General (Confederate Army), died in 1865

1832-02-06

John Brown Gordon, Major General (Confederate Army), died in 1904

1832-02-26

John George Nicolay, US, author (Abe Lincoln's biographer)

1832-04-16

John A Neuhuys, painter

1832-12-19

John Kirk Barry, Scot, Dr/companion to explorer David Livingstone

1832-12-21

John Henry Ketcham, Bvt Major General (Union volunteers), died in 1906

1833-01-23

John Randolph Chambliss Jr, Brig Gen (Confederate Army), died in 1864

1833-02-05

John Watkinson, founder of British Chess Magazine (oldest chess mag)

1833-03-14

John Sappington Marmaduke, Major General (Confederate Army)

1833-06-01

John Marshall Harlan, Justice of the U.S. Supreme Court (d. 1911)

1833-06-01

John M. Harlan,

1833-06-09

John Rogers Cooke, Brigadier General (Confederate Army), died in 1891

1833-07-19

John Wesley Turner, Bvt Major General (Union Army), died in 1899

1833-12-06

John Singleton Mosby, Powhatan County, Virginia, lawyer/Col (Confederate Army), (d. 1916)

1833-12-29

John James Ingalls, (Rep-Ks)

1834-01-05

William John Wills, English explorer of Australia, member of the Burke and Wills expedition (d. 1861)

1834-01-10

John Acton, English historian/MP

1834-01-30

Lord Avebury, [John Lubbock], British banker/politician

1834-03-24

John Wesley Powell, US, geologist/explorer/ethnologist

1834-03-24

John Wesley Powell, Ten Who Dared

1834-08-04

John Venn, English mathematician (d. 1923)

1834-09-09

Joseph H Shorthouse, English writer (John Inglesant)

1835-03-04

John Hughlings Jackson, English neurologist (d. 1911)

1835-03-15

John Henrie Kagi, American abolitionist (d. 1859)

1835-03-31

John La Farge, US painter

1835-04-27

John Murray Corse, Pitts, Bvt Mjr General (Union volunteers) [or 9/27]

1835-09-27

John Murray Corse, Mjr Gen (Union volunteers), died in 1893 [or 4/27]

1836-08-16

John Farmer, composer

1836-09-13

John McCausland, Brigadier General (Confederate Army), died in 1927

1836-11-20

John Thomas Croxton, Bvt Mjr General (Union volunteers), died in 1874

1837-04-03

John Burroughs, writer/nature enthusiast (Burroughs Medal namesake)

1837-07-30

Elon John Farnsworth, Brigadier General (Union volunteers), died in 1863

1837-10-16

John Francis Barnett, composer

1837-11-28

John Wesley Hyatt, inventor (celluloid)

1837-12-19

John Carpenter Carter, Brigadier General (Confederate Army), died in 1864

1838-02-06

Henry Irving, [John H Brodribb], England, knighted 1895/actor (Hamlet)

1838-04-12

John Shaw Billings, US, librarian/army physician

1838-04-21

John Muir, US, naturalist/discoverer (glaciers in High Seirras)

1838-05-10

John Wilkes Booth, American stage actor and assassin (President Lincoln)

1838-07-11

John Wanamaker, merchant (Wanamakers Dept Store)

1838-09-11

John Ireland, Irish/US archbishop of St Paul

1838-09-14

John Pelham, Major (Confederate Army), died in 1863

1838-10-08

John Milton Hay, politician (Union), died in 1905

1838-10-08

John Hay, Jim Bludso

1838-10-27

John Davis Long, 32nd Governor of Massachusetts (d. 1915)

1838-10-27

John Davis Long, Secretary Long and Captain Sigsbee

1838-11-06

John Grant Mitchell, Bvt Mjr General (Union volunteers), died in 1894

1839-01-09

John Knowles Paine, Portland Maine, composer

1839-03-27

John Ballance, Glenavy, Ulster, Ireland, 14th Premier of New Zealand and the founder of the Liberal Party

1839-05-25

John Eliot, English meteorologist

1839-06-21

John Decatur Barry, Brigadier General (Confederate Army), died in 1867

1839-07-08

John D Rockefeller, Richford New York, US capitalist/founder (Standard Oil), (d. 1937)

1839-07-08

John D. Rockefeller, Freakonomics

1839-12-22

John Nevil Maskelyne, Queen Victoria's Diamond Jubilee Procession

1840-01-05

John Doby Kennedy, Brigadier General (Confederate Army), died in 1896

1840-02-05

John Boyd Dunlop, Scotland, developer (pneumatic rubber tire)

1840-02-29

John Philip Holland, Liscannor Ireland, father of the modern submarine

1840-03-31

John Herbert Kelly, Brigadier General (Confederate Army), died in 1864

1840-04-11

John Conrad Nordqvist, composer

1840-06-06

John Stainer, composer

1840-10-05

John Addington Symonds, Brit historian/writer (Probs in Greek Ethics)

1841-01-25

John Arbuthnot Fisher, Ceylon, 1st Baron Fisher/admiral of the fleet

1841-02-03

Joseph Hatton, John Needham's Double

1841-03-03

John Murray, Canada oceanographer (Depths of the Ocean)

1841-07-23

Edward John Armstrong, poet

1841-11-12

John William Strutt, 3rd Baron Rayleigh, Malden Essex, English physicist and discoverer of argon (Nobel Prize 1904), (d. 1919)

1842-03-30

John Fiske, [Edmund Fisk Green], US historian/philosopher

1842-06-08

John Q. A. Brackett, 36th Governor of Massachusetts (d. 1918)

1842-06-14

John M. Snyder, As Ye Sow

1842-09-07

John H Zuckertort, German chess player

1842-09-13

John H. Bankhead, U.S. Senator (d. 1920)

1843-01-06

John C. Spooner, President McKinley Taking the Oath

1843-01-08

John H. Moffitt, American politician (d. 1926)

1843-02-12

John Graham Chambers, English athlete who wrote the Queensberry rules for boxing (d. 1883)

1843-11-02

Caryl Florio, composer, Pen-name of William James Rob John

1844-05-16

John Hare, A Pair of Spectacles

1844-06-01

John J. Toffey, American Civil War hero (d. 1911)

1844-10-11

Henry John Heinz, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, founded prepared-foods company (Heinz-57 varieties), (d. 1919)

1844-12-05

John Frederick Bridge, composer

1845-04-19

John Dalzell, President McKinley Taking the Oath

1845-06-08

William J. Ferguson, John Smith

1845-06-22

Richard John Seddon, Eccleston, England, the longest serving Prime Minister of New Zealand

1845-07-04

Thomas John Barnardo, English social worker

1845-07-09

Gilbert John Minto, Lord and Lady Minto with Party, Fording the Rushing Waters of the Klondike on Horseback

1845-11-10

John Thompson, Halifax Nova Scotia, (C) 4th PM of Canada (1892-94)

1845-11-18

John F Mellaerts, Flemish social worker (1st Belgian farm gilde)

1846-09-05

John W Cromwell, Secy (American Negro Academy)

1847-02-25

John Watson, Canada, philosopher (Objective Idealism)

1847-05-25

John Alexander Dowie, [Elijah the Restorer], US, evangelist

1847-12-30

John Peter Altgeld, German/US (Gov-Ill)/pardoned Haymarket-anarchists

1847-9-17

John I. Beggs,

1848-01-01

John Goff, Irish lawyer (d. 1924)

1848-01-19

John F. Stairs, Canadian businessman (d. 1904)

1848-03-31

John Henry Roberts, composer

1849-01-09

John Hartley, English tennis player, double winner of Wimbledon (d. 1935)

1849-04-06

John William Waterhouse, British painter (d. 1917)

1849-06-29

John Hunn, American businessman (d. 1926)

1849-07-27

John Hopkinson, Manchester, U.K., British physicist and electrical engineer (Hopkinson's Law)

1849-09-22

John Godden, English explorer (Curacao)

1849-12-16

George Berrell, Uncle John's Money

1850-01-10

John Wellborn Root, American architect (d. 1891)

1850-04-08

William Henry Welch, US, pathologist (founded John Hopkins)

1850-04-15

John Munroe Longyear, US, capitalist/bank president

1850-04-19

Edward John Gregory, painter/engraver

1850-10-04

John W McGraw, (Gov-R-Wash) (1893-97)

1850-12-30

John Milne, Liverpool, British Geologist, Seismologist, and Anthropologist who developed the first modern seismograph

1851-08-13

John Lincoln Clem, Drummer (Union volunteers), died in 1937

1851-09-04

John Dillon, Irish nationalist/British Lower house member

1852-02-26

John Harvey Kellogg, surgeon, inspired flaked cereal industry

1852-07-06

John Albert Delany, composer

1852-08-26

John T. Kelly, More Money Than Manners

1852-09-28

John [Denton Pinkstone] French, Earl of Ypres/British field marshall

1852-11-12

John Oxenham, Hearts in Exile

1852-9-28

John French,

1853-01-07

John Burton, The Bond Between

1853-05-26

John Wesley Hardin, The Lawless Breed

1853-07-05

Cecil John Rhodes, South Africa, politician/diamond merchant

1853-11-13

John Drew Jr., American actor (d. 1927)

1854-03-14

John Lane, British publisher (d. 1925)

1854-05-11

John Blackham, cricketer (Australia's 1st wicketkeeper)

1854-05-24

John Riley Banister, American law officer and cowboy (d. 1918)

1854-05-28

John L. Shine, The Lie

1854-11-06

John Philip Sousa, Washington DC, march king (Stars & Stripes Forever)

1854-11-06

John Philip Sousa, The Wolf of Wall Street

1855-01-21

John M Browning, US, weapons manufacturer

1855-01-23

John Moses Browning, American inventor (d. 1926)

1855-03-12

John White, composer

1855-03-31

John Hays Hammond, Our Mutual Girl, No. 35

1855-05-08

John Gates ("Bet-a-million" Gates), West Chicago, Illinois, USA, American inventor and industrialist who established the market for barbed wire fencing

1855-08-11

John Hodges, Australian cricketer (d. 1933)

1856-01-12

John Singer Sargent, US, portrait painter (Wyndham Sisters)

1856-01-18

John Hyatt Brewer, composer

1856-03-17

John J. Williams, Marse Covington

1856-03-20

Sir John Lavery, Irish artist (d. 1941)

1857-03-01

John MacSweeney, Wild Oats Lane

1857-04-07

John C. Rice, The Kiss

1857-05-19

John Jacob Abel, Cleveland Ohio, American Pharmacologist (endocrine glands)

1857-10-30

John H Aberson, 1st chancellor (Dutch Agricultural University)

1858-01-02

John Cossar, The Hunchback of Notre Dame

1858-05-08

John Meade Falkner, novelist (Moonfleet)

1858-08-21

Oscar Nielsen, John Redmond, the Evangelist

1858-10-15

John L Sullivan, Mass, heavyweight boxing champ (1882-92)

1858-10-15

John L. Sullivan, The Corbett-Fitzsimmons Fight

1858-10-20

John Burns, English politician (d. 1943)

1858-10-28

John Mason, Moral Suicide

1858-12-01

John Binns, The Grapes of Wrath

1859-02-08

John H Been, town's archivist of Brielle (Baasje & Witkop)

1859-02-25

John Burke, The Million Dollar Mystery

1859-09-18

John L. Bates, 41st Governor of Massachusetts (d. 1946)

1859-10-20

John Dewey, philosopher, educational theorist/writer (Learn by doing)

1859-12-05

John Jellicoe, British admiral (d. 1935)

1859-12-05

John Rushworth Jellicoe, 1st Earl Jellicoe, British Admiral of the Fleet, Southampton

1859-12-28

John W Fortescue, military historian

1860-02-21

Goscombe John, Welsh sculptor (d. 1952)

1860-03-03

John Montgomery Ward, American baseball player (d. 1925)

1860-05-03

John Scott Haldane, Scottish physiologist (d. 1936)

1860-08-19

John Kane, Scottish-born US primitivist painter (Self-Portrait)

1860-09-13

John J. Pershing (Blackjack), Laclede, Missouri, US commander (WW I), (d. 1948)

1860-9-13

John J. Pershing, Under Four Flags

1861-01-01

John Luther Long, Harakiri

1861-02-15

Halford John Mackinder, Gainsborough Lincolnshire, geographer

1861-05-17

Marguerite St. John, The Laughing Lady

1861-10-04

Frederic Remington, John Ermine of Yellowstone

1862-01-17

John E Akkeringa, Dutch painter/etcher

1862-02-19

John Lince, I Love You

1862-03-02

John Jay Chapman, US advocate/poet/writer (Learning & Other Essays)

1862-03-15

Harry Holman, Meet John Doe

1862-05-14

John E. Kellerd, The Fight

1862-05-27

John Kendrick Bangs, Mrs. Upton's Device

1862-06-06

Henry John Newbolt, English sea historian/poet

1862-10-03

John Briggs, cricketer (mighty England all-rounder late 19th century)

1862-12-14

John M Acket, Dutch literary (Grammatic Conceptions)

1862-12-16

John Fox Jr., The Trail of the Lonesome Pine

1863-02-11

John Francis Fitzgerald,

1863-03-01

John McCallum, Rob 'Em Good

1863-03-04

John Henry Wigmore, American jurist and expert in the law of evidence (d. 1943)

1863-05-14

John Charles Fields, Hamilton, Ontario, Canada, Canadian mathematician and founder of the Fields Medal

1863-06-22

John Martin Harvey, The Only Way

1863-09-21

John Bunny, American film comedian (d. 1915)

1863-10-19

John Huston Finley, Ill, editor (NY Times (1937-38)

1863-11-21

Mina Dilis-Beersmans, Flemish actress/wife of John Dilis (Poppenhuis)

1863-12-07

John Ebenezer West, composer

1863-9-21

John Bunny, A Cure for Pokeritis

1864-02-06

John Henry Mackay, Scottish/German author/poet (Anarchists)

1864-03-14

[John] Casey Jones, RR engineer (Ballad of Casey Jones)

1864-07-13

John Jacob Astor IV, American entrepreneur (d. 1912)

1864-07-13

John Jacob Astor, President McKinley's Inspection of Camp Wikoff

1864-10-25

John Francis Dodge, American automobile pioneer (d. 1920)

1864-12-17

John Felix August Korling, composer

1864-9-13

John Alexander, The Petrified Forest

1865-01-09

John Lawson, Humanity; or, Only a Jew

1865-02-21

John Haden Badley, English school founder (d. 1967)

1865-03-01

John Maher, The Twins

1865-05-25

John Raleigh Mott, organizer (YMCA, Nobel 1946)

1865-07-17

John E. Brennan, Wanted: An Heir

1865-08-02

John Radecki, Australian stained glass artist (d. 1955)

1865-11-17

John S Plaskett, Canadian astronomer (Plaskett's twins)

1866-03-18

John Loudon, Dutch minister of Foreign Affairs (1913-18)

1866-05-26

John Eigenhuis, writer (Tough Workers)

1866-08-30

John R. Cumpson, The Joneses Have Amateur Theatricals

1867-01-21

John W. Bratton, The 6th Day

1867-03-25

John Gutzon Borglum, sculptor (Mt Rushmore)

1867-04-11

John P Lotsy, Dutch botanist/geneticist (Genetics)

1867-05-21

John James Ferris, cricketer (mighty Australian bowler of late 1880's)

1867-06-17

John Robert Gregg, Ireland, inventor (shorthand)

1867-08-14

John Galsworthy, England, author (Forsyte Saga-Nobel 1932)

1867-08-14

John Galsworthy, The Skin Game

1867-12-21

John Winter Thompson, composer

1867-9-23

John A. Lomax, 12 Years a Slave

1868-01-03

John Craig, Silence

1868-04-13

John Blackwood McEwen, composer

1868-04-25

John Bevins Moisant, pioneer aviator, first to cross English Channel with passenger and a cat, killed in New Orleans whose present day airport was originally name for him. (D. 1910)

1868-05-19

John Fillmore Hayford, Rouses Point New York, American Geodesist who established the theory of isostasy and founded the modern science of geodesy (precise measurements of the shape of the earth)

1868-06-24

John Edwards, The Rival Queens

1868-11-06

John Forsell, My Life for Zarah Leander

1868-11-22

John Nance Garner, (D) 32nd VP (1933-41)

1868-11-22

John Nance Garner, Episode #2.7

1868-12-22

John Nance Garner, Texas, (VP-D-1933-41)

1869-07-06

John Hyams, Give Me Action

1869-08-02

Louis Evan Shipman, John Ermine of Yellowstone

1869-08-24

John Wallace, The Black Pirate

1869-10-23

John Heisman, Cleveland Ohio, American pioneering football coach/trophy namesake

1869-11-27

John Herdman, The Power of Love

1870-04-26

John Underhill, Hush

1870-05-06

John McCutcheon, cartoonist (Pulitzer Prize-1931)

1870-07-13

John Miltern, Manslaughter

1870-08-08

John Steppling, Uncle Heck, by Heck!

1870-09-23

John Lomax, Miss, folk song collector/ethnomusicologist

1870-11-03

John Motley Morehead III, American Chemist (commercial production of calcium carbide, important for welding)

1871-04-04

John C. Porter, The 42nd. Street Special

1871-04-16

John Millington Synge, Ireland, dramatist/poet (Riders to the Sea)

1871-04-16

John Millington Synge, Paris or Somewhere

1871-05-07

John Joy Bell, Beyond London Lights

1871-08-01

John Lester, American cricketer (d. 1969)

1871-08-02

John French Sloan, American artist (d. 1951)

1871-09-30

John Fabricius, Neth/English stageauthor (Ring of Prophet)

1871-11-10

John Tait, The Story of the Kelly Gang

1871-11-19

John Rand, The Circus

1871-11-26

John Thomas McIntyre, The House of Fear

1871-9-11

John T. Prince, Dr. Jack

1871-9-11

John Printz, White Zombie

1872-01-31

John A. Widtsoe, Latter-Day Saint Leaders: Past and Present

1872-02-24

John Jarvis, England, swimmer (won 108 titles)

1872-05-01

John Barton, Scarlet Street

1872-07-06

John C. Greenway, Col. Theodore Roosevelt and Officers of His Staff

1872-10-04

John Wigforss, Sten Stensson kommer till stan

1872-10-08

John Cowper Powys, British writer (Wood & Stone)

1872-11-17

John R. Freuler, Marriage on Approval

1872-11-30

John McCrae, Guelph Ontario, Canadian physician, soldier and poet (In Flanders Fields)

1872-11-30

John McCrae, What Have We Learned, Charlie Brown?

1873-01-11

John Callan O'Laughlin, American political and military figure and journalist (d. 1949)

1873-02-01

John Barry, Irish recipient of the Victoria Cross (d. 1901)

1873-02-05

John Daly Murphy, A Tangle in Hearts

1873-03-03

John Fairbanks, Wild and Woolly

1873-03-04

John H. Trumbull, 54th Governor of the U.S. state of Connecticut (d. 1961)

1873-04-07

John McGraw, American baseball player and manager (d. 1934)

1873-04-07

John J. McGraw, Breaking Into the Big League

1873-04-13

John W. Davis, American politician (d. 1955)

1873-04-13

John W. Davis, John W. Davis Campaign Speech

1873-05-28

Max Blum, Meet John Doe

1873-07-06

John Philliber, Double Indemnity

1873-08-06

John Wesley Work, composer

1873-08-11

John Rosamond Johnson, Fla, co-composer (Lift Every Voice & Sing)

1873-08-17

John A. Sampson, American gynecologist (d. 1946)

1873-10-22

Gustaf John Ramstedt, Finland-Swedish linguist and diplomat (d. 1950)

1873-11-22

John Hughes, Public Enemies

1873-11-24

John St. Polis, The Phantom of the Opera

1873-12-15

Pongrác Kacsóh, John, the Hero

1873-9-15

John Millerta, The Night Flyer

1874-01-29

John D. Rockefeller Jr, Cleveland Ohio, American financier and philanthropist

1874-01-29

John D. Rockefeller Jr.,

1874-04-24

John Russell Pope, US, architect (Jefferson Memorial)

1874-05-21

John O'Connor, Cassidy

1874-05-29

John Emerson, Wild and Woolly

1874-06-27

John Golden, Chaplin

1874-07-02

John Thorn, The Reverend Salamander Unattached

1874-07-23

John T. Doyle, Mother's Boy

1874-08-24

John Power, The Moonstone

1874-10-10

John Bergqvist, En färd på Kinda kanal

1874-11-07

John Wolcott Adams, Saved by Parcel Post

1874-11-16

John L.E. Pell, Down to the Sea in Ships

1875-01-01

Mary St. John, Anything Once

1875-01-21

John Lindworsky, German jesuit/psychologist (Der Wille)

1875-04-22

John Lowell, The Big Show

1875-05-04

John James Blaine, Some Opinions on Hoover Board's Dry Law Report

1875-08-26

John Buchan, Scotland, Gov-Gen of Canada/writer (Battle of Somme)

1875-08-26

John Buchan, The 39 Steps

1875-08-31

John Bragdon, Intolerance: Love's Struggle Throughout the Ages

1875-12-19

John B. Hymer, Law of the Underworld

1875-12-22

John P "Jan" Musch, Dutch actor (Dead Water)

1875-9-01

Edgar Rice Burroughs, John Carter

1875-9-24

John M. Sullivan, A Tribute to Mother

1876-02-15

John Jasper, The Immigrant

1876-02-28

John Alden Carpenter, Chicago Illinois, composer (Sea Drift)

1876-02-29

John Harwood, The Tenth Man

1876-03-21

John Tewksbury, American athlete (d. 1968)

1876-04-23

John DuCasse Schulze, The Count of Monte Cristo

1876-05-03

John Elicius Benedict B P Quick Carrington Dwyer, cricketer (Sussex)

1876-05-14

John Barton Oxford, The Man Tamer

1876-05-20

John Owen Jones, composer

1876-06-07

John Beck, Custer of Big Horn

1876-06-19

John T. Dillon, The New Janitor

1876-06-22

Gwen (Gwendolen) John, Haverfordwest, Wales, Welsh painter

1876-06-30

John P. Wade, The Open Door

1876-07-05

John Elliott, Vengeance of Rannah

1876-07-09

John Powers, The Man Who Stood Still

1876-07-19

John Gunn, Former England cricketer (d. 1963)

1876-08-09

John Hall, The Fighting Shepherdess

1876-09-06

John J R Macleod, Scottish/Canadian physiologist (Nobel 1923)

1876-10-01

John Cook, The Right to Be Happy

1877-02-05

John C. Brownell, Three Wise Crooks

1877-02-06

John Webb Dillon, The Veteran Mounted Police Horse

1877-02-22

John Fleming Wilson, The Man Who Came Back

1877-04-12

John K. Holbrook, April Fool

1877-06-02

Chief John Big Tree, She Wore a Yellow Ribbon

1877-07-20

John Hammond Dailey, Counsellor at Law

1877-07-25

John R. Kissenger, Yellow Jack

1877-10-11

John Parsons Beach, composer

1877-11-23

John Swor, Quick Millions

1877-11-25

John Larkin, Hearts Divided

1877-12-25

John Shepek, Honeymooniacs

1877-9-12

John R. Neill, Return to Oz

1878-01-02

John Cumberland, A Gay Old Dog

1878-01-04

Augustus John, Welsh painter (d. 1961)

1878-01-04

Augustus John, Augustus John

1878-01-09

John Broadus Watson, Travelers Rest South Carolina, American Psychologist (behaviorism approach)

1878-01-17

John C. McCallum, The Voice from the Sky

1878-02-15

John W. Björling, Barabbas

1878-04-17

John Seresheff, Two Flaming Youths

1878-06-01

John Masefield, England, 15th poet laureate (Salt-Water Ballads)

1878-06-01

John Masefield, When the Wolves Were Running

1878-06-14

John S. Robertson, Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde

1878-08-27

Joseph John Richards, composer

1878-08-27

John Costello, My Country

1878-08-29

John Ince, Hour of Reckoning

1878-11-02

John Lindlöf, Mordbrännerskan

1878-11-07

John S. Daggett, Mary, Queen of Tots

1878-11-13

John C Kielstra, Dutch economist/governor of Suriname (1933-44)

1878-11-17

John Westley, My Favorite Brunette

1879-03-18

Cluny MacPherson, St. John's Newfoundland, Canadian doctor (inventor of the gas mask)

1879-03-19

John Jakob Raskob,

1879-06-18

John M. Kiskadden, Who Got Stung?

1879-07-19

John Purroy Mitchel, Animated Weekly, No. 43

1879-07-23

Georg John, M

1879-08-13

John N Ireland, English composer/pianist (Mai-Dun)

1879-08-13

John Ireland, Prom 2: Music from Great British Films

1879-08-25

John Randolph Bray, Colonel Heeza Liar at the Bat

1879-10-05

John Erskine, US, poet/pianist (Private Life of Helen of Troy)

1879-10-05

John Erskine, Diane

1879-11-26

John Lang Sinclair, Glory Road

1879-12-23

John Cobb, The Lure of a Woman

1880-02-12

John Llewellyn Lewis, union leader (United Mine Workers, 1920-60)

1880-02-12

John L. Lewis, Episode #2.8

1880-03-04

John Cowell, Kid Courageous

1880-03-24

John Ardell, The Razor's Edge

1880-05-30

John Deverell, Many Moons

1880-06-24

John W. Noble, The Birth of a Race

1880-06-26

Mitchell Lewis, Meet John Doe

1880-08-12

Marguerite "John" Radclyffe-Hall, author

1880-09-23

John Boyd Orr, nutritionist, UN's FAO (Nobel 1949)

1880-11-02

John Foulds, composer

1880-11-02

John Foulds, Åsa-Nisse på jaktstigen

1880-11-02

John M. Bauman, King Lear

1880-11-05

John Turnbull, The Happiest Days of Your Life

1880-11-15

John Ekman, To Joy

1880-9-14

John Halliday, The Philadelphia Story

1881-01-19

John G. Adolfi, The Man Who Played God

1881-02-14

William John Gruffydd, Welsh poet/scholar (Ynys yr Hud)

1881-03-29

John Taintor Foote, The Mark of Zorro

1881-06-15

John Gottowt, Nosferatu

1881-10-22

John I. Dudley, Life Without Soul

1881-11-25

Pope John XXIII [Angelo Roncalli], Bergamo Italy, 261st pope (1958-63)

1881-11-25

Pope John XXIII, E venne un uomo

1881-9-23

John M. Nickolaus, The Wizard of Oz

1882-02-15

John Barrymore, [Blythe], Phila, actor (Dr Jekyll & Mr Hyde)

1882-02-15

John Barrymore, Grand Hotel

1882-04-16

Jaromír John, Vychovatel

1882-05-23

John Hughes, The Treasure of the Sierra Madre

1882-06-01

John Drinkwater, English poet/playwright (Abraham Lincoln)

1882-06-01

John Drinkwater, April Blossoms

1882-06-06

John Smith, Forward March

1882-06-24

John W. Brown, Bucking Broadway

1882-07-08

Waverley John Anderson, Scottish viscount/governor of Bengal

1882-07-22

John Spikes, Road to Perdition

1882-07-23

John Harrington, Mutiny on the Bounty

1882-09-06

John Powell, composer

1882-11-13

John Lowry, Mount Vernon NY, NYC builder (Radio City Music Hall)

1882-12-16

John Berry Hobbs, England, 1st cricket played knighted (1953)

1883-02-22

Alfred Wikenhauser, German RC exegetist (John-Apokalyps)

1883-04-07

John L. McCutcheon, The Inventors

1883-04-16

John Lehnberg, A Bird of Prey

1883-04-20

John Ericsson, Järnets män

1883-04-30

David John de Lloyd, composer

1883-06-05

John Maynard Keynes, Cambridge England, economist/math/journalist

1883-06-05

John Maynard Keynes,

1883-08-22

John Kåhrman, Hans Majestät får vänta

1883-09-20

John G van Dillen, historian (Of Wealth & Oligarchists)

1883-09-30

Robert H Lightfoot, English theologist/exegetist (St John's Gospel)

1883-10-03

John M. Voshell, Enemies of Children

1883-10-30

John Christian, Delinquent Daughters

1883-12-28

St. John Ervine, Die erste Mrs. Selby

1884-01-15

John Wiley, The Great Locomotive Chase

1884-01-20

John H. Wallace, Through the Back Door

1884-03-17

John P. McCarthy, Song of the Gringo

1884-04-02

Sir John Squire, British poet, writer, and historian (d. 1958))

1884-04-02

John Bossert, The Wizard of Oz

1884-04-22

John van Capel, oldest man in Netherlands (Died Sept 3, 1992)

1884-04-28

John Goldsworthy, The Emperor Waltz

1884-05-01

John Butler, Money to Loan

1884-06-14

John McCormack, Irish/US singer (Irish folksongs)

1884-06-14

John McCormack, War Horse

1884-07-13

John Francis Larchet, composer

1884-07-13

John Francis Dillon, Sally

1884-11-08

John Frederick Ballard, When's Your Birthday?

1884-12-13

John B. O'Brien, The Second Mrs. Roebuck

1884-12-26

John W. Brunius, En lyckoriddare

1884-9-04

John Gorman, Corruption

1884-9-10

John E. Eckerlein, Little Old New York

1885-01-08

John Curtin, Victoria, Australian PM (Labor, 1941-45)

1885-01-30

John Henry Towers, aviator/naval hero

1885-03-11

John Reinhardt, Who Got Stung?

1885-04-03

Harry St John Philby, [sheik Abdullah], British explorer

1885-04-08

John Herring, Young Guns of Texas

1885-04-22

John Russell, The Iron Horse

1885-05-02

John Farrell, The Quarry

1885-06-02

John Merkyl, The Fortunate Youth

1885-06-29

Andrew Tombes, Meet John Doe

1885-07-23

John Didrik Johnsen, Little Johnny Jet

1885-07-27

John Blom, Fadren

1885-09-05

John Raedecker, Dutch sculptor (National monument on the Dam)

1885-10-22

John Sheehan, Trimmed in Furs

1885-10-30

John Ellis, Holiday Inn

1885-11-20

John J. Parker, Nuremberg Trials

1885-11-25

John Hennings, The Poor Millionaire

1885-11-28

John Willard, The Cat and the Canary

1885-12-04

William Elliott, Comrade John

1885-12-19

John Grey, The Kid Brother

1885-12-25

John Bowers, The Ace of Hearts

1885-9-04

John Palmer, Spellbound

1886-01-03

John G Fletcher, US, poet (Epic of Arkansas)

1886-01-21

John M. Stahl, Leave Her to Heaven

1886-01-22

John Joseph Becker, composer

1886-02-08

John Erik Strandman, Storstadsfaror

1886-02-27

John Paul Jones, The Shadow

1886-03-13

John "Home Run" Baker, hall of famer (hit 2 HR in 1911 world series)

1886-04-21

John Hassett, Rascals

1886-07-10

John SSPV Gort, viscount of Limerick/fieldmarshal of Palestine

1886-07-10

John Bonar, The Picture of Dorian Gray

1886-07-23

John C Poortenaar, painter/etcher/cartoonist

1886-08-02

John Alexander Douglas McCurdy Canadian Aviator (d. 1961)

1886-08-08

John L. Hobble, Daddies

1886-08-28

John T. Murray, Galloping Ghosts

1886-09-25

John Howard Lawson, scriptwriter/playwright

1886-10-17

Spring Byington, Meet John Doe

1886-11-20

John Piffle, Friendly Enemies

1886-11-27

John Hunter Booth, The Valiant

1886-12-06

John Lorenz, Repentance

1886-12-25

John Davidson, The Devil Bat

1886-12-29

John T. Neville, Alimony Madness

1886-9-01

John Impolito, Around the World in Eighty Days

1886-9-20

John Murray Anderson, The Greatest Show on Earth

1887-01-16

John Hamilton, Penn, actor (Perry White-Superman)

1887-01-16

John Hamilton, The Maltese Falcon

1887-02-04

Zena Dare, No. 5 John Street

1887-02-11

John van Melle, South African writer (Dawid Booysen)

1887-02-13

John Wray, All Quiet on the Western Front

1887-02-18

John F. Goodrich, The Last Command

1887-03-06

John B. Clymer, What Men Want

1887-04-21

John Garside, Parliament of Science

1887-04-22

John I. Booker, The Judge's Story

1887-04-23

John B. Browne, Garden of the Moon

1887-05-06

John C. Flinn, Rubber Tires

1887-05-31

Saint-John Perse, France, poet/diplomat (Nobel 1960) [or Mar 31]

1887-06-16

John Wenger, Paramount on Parade

1887-06-23

John Finley Williamson, Canton Ohio, conductor (Westminster Choir)

1887-07-10

John Cherry, H.M.S. Pinafore

1887-07-13

Graham John, Devotion

1887-08-29

Mrs. Wilfrid North, Meet John Doe

1887-10-20

John Warburton, Huddersfield England, actor (Saratoga Trunk)

1887-10-22

John Reed, journalist who reported on Mexican, Russian revolutions

1887-10-22

John Reed, October (Ten Days that Shook the World)

1887-12-23

John Cromwell, Toledo OH, actor/director (Spitfire, Of Human Bondage)

1887-12-23

John Cromwell, Of Human Bondage

1887-12-25

John Davidson, NYC, actor (Charlie Chan-Chinese Cat)

1887-12-31

John Colton, Under Capricorn

1888-01-01

John Garand, American inventor (d. 1974)

1888-02-25

John Foster Dulles, US Secretary of State (1953-59)

1888-02-25

John Foster Dulles, The Future: Asia and the United States

1888-03-12

Hall Johnson, Meet John Doe

1888-04-26

John Birkel, The Arab

1888-04-30

John Crowe Ransom, US poet/critic (God Without Thunder)

1888-07-07

John Frank, The Family Tree

1888-07-13

John W. Krafft, Show Folks

1888-07-19

John Timrott, Fatum

1888-08-12

John Olsen, Baronessen fra benzintanken

1888-08-13

John Logie Baird, Scotland, inventor (father of TV)

1888-08-13

John Logie Baird, Dick Whittington

1888-08-28

John Rogers, Lassie Come Home

1888-10-01

John E. Blakeley, Over the Garden Wall

1888-10-09

John Eberts, The Accusing Pen

1888-10-24

John Bridges, Westward Bound

1888-11-01

John J. Richardson, Married Bachelors

1888-12-05

John Precht, Nuori luotsi

1888-9-12

John Stone, Fighting Back

1889-01-01

Charles Bickford, Cambridge Massachusetts, actor (John-The Virginian)

1889-02-11

John Mills, dancer (Mills Brothers)

1889-02-11

John Mills, The Mills Brothers on Parade

1889-04-18

John Kilbane, US, featherweight boxing champ (1912-23)

1889-06-15

John Reed Kilpatrick, Rocky Marciano vs. Ezzard Charles

1889-06-20

John S. Paraskevopoulos, Greek-South African astronomer (d. 1951)

1889-06-26

John Greenwood, Man of Aran

1889-07-20

John Charles Reith, 1st Baron Reith, 1st dir-gen BBC (1927-38)

1889-07-20

John Reith, Lord Reith

1889-08-01

John F Mahoney, developed pencillin treatment of syphillis

1889-08-06

John Middleton Murry, English poet (d. 1957)

1889-08-16

John Troyano, Revenge of the Silk Masks

1889-10-04

John B Kelly, Olympic champion rower/father of Grace Kelly

1889-10-13

John Siras, Catch a Falling Star

1889-10-22

John L. Balderston, The Last of the Mohicans

1889-11-01

Philip John Noel-Baker, statesman/disarmament advocate (Nobel 1959)

1889-11-16

John Arnold, The Big Parade

1889-12-09

John P "Hannes" Kolehmainen, Finnish long-distance runner (Olympic gold 1912)

1889-12-31

John H. Collins, Children of Eve

1889-9-12

John Botvid, Som folk är mest

1889-9-14

Carroll John Daly, Ticket to a Crime

1889-9-15

John Roach, The Merry Widow

1890-02-11

John P M L de Vries, fairy tale writer

1890-03-05

John Aasen, Why Worry?

1890-05-08

John Meehan, Boys Town

1890-11-05

John T. Coyle, The Living Christ Series

1890-11-06

John 'Skins' Miller, The Men

1890-11-22

Gyula Sugár, John the Hero

1890-11-30

John Tasker Howard, composer

1890-12-17

John Junior, Peter, the Hermit

1890-9-09

John Wilstach, Under-Cover Man

1891-01-23

John Hilke, Munkbrogreven

1891-02-18

John Dilson, Dick Tracy

1891-03-14

John P Strijbos, Dutch writer (Wandering through South-Africa)

1891-03-24

John Knittel, writer

1891-03-24

John Knittel, Se abre el abismo

1891-04-08

John Gobau, De man zonder hart

1891-04-09

John Gobau, Flemish/Dutch actor (Electricity, Hostage Rights)

1891-05-20

Frank Losee, John Paul Jones

1891-06-14

John Rathmell, Undersea Kingdom

1891-06-20

John A. Costello, second Taoiseach of the Republic of Ireland (d. 1976)

1891-07-05

John Northrop, US, biochemist, crystallized enzymes (Nobel 1946)

1891-10-21

John Metzelaar, Dutch/US (About Tropical Atl Visschen)

1891-12-21

John W McCormack, (D) Speaker of House (1962-70)

1891-12-21

John W. McCormack, Episode dated 16 August 1964

1891-12-27

John Grant, Abbott and Costello Meet Frankenstein

1892-01-03

John Ronald Reuel Tolkien, South Africa, philologist/writer (Lord of Rings)

1892-02-10

Alan Hale, [Rufus A Mackahan], Wash DC, actor (Little John-Robin Hood)

1892-04-28

John Jacob Niles, composer

1892-05-06

John Nasborough, True Confession

1892-05-21

John Peale Bishop, US poet (This Side of Paradise)

1892-06-09

John W. De Noria, The Glass Key

1892-06-12

John Donald Robb, composer

1892-06-14

Earl St. John, A Night to Remember

1892-06-20

John Hemmings, Beale Street Mama

1892-06-23

John F. Seitz, Sunset Blvd.

1892-07-22

John MacBryan, cricketer (one Test Eng v South Africa 1924 DNBat, DNbowl)

1892-07-23

Petros John Petridis, composer

1892-08-02

John Kieran, NYC, columnist/author (Natural History of NYC)

1892-08-30

John More, A Streetcar Named Desire

1892-09-27

John Mylong, Austria, actor (Robot Monsters)

1892-10-01

John Schonberger, Amélie

1892-10-29

John Bohn, Come to Dinner

1892-11-06

John Alcock, English pilot (1st non-stop flight across Atlantic Ocean)

1892-11-06

John Sigvard "Ole" Olsen, Wabash Ind, comedian (Olsen & Johnson)

1892-12-02

John G. Blystone, Our Hospitality

1892-12-16

John Hastings Turner, The Ghoul

1892-12-30

John Litel, Albany WI, actor (Virginia City, My Hero)

1892-12-30

John Litel, Jezebel

1892-9-27

John Mylong, Robot Monster

1893-01-18

John Lawrence Seymour, composer

1893-07-03

Mississippi John Hurt, Teoc Mississippi, American blues singer and guitarist

1893-07-14

John G Strijdom, premier of South-Africa (1954-58)

1893-07-17

John V.A. Weaver, The Crowd

1893-09-10

Al "Fuzzy" St John, Santa Ana California, actor (Lash of the West)

1893-11-08

John Miljan, Lead City SD, actor (Possessed, Final Extra, Susan Lenox)

1893-11-10

John P. Marquand, American writer (d. 1960)

1893-9-09

John McDermott, Three Wise Fools

1893-9-09

John Oaker, Vindication

1894-02-01

John Ford, The Searchers

1894-05-20

Adela Rogers St John, journalist/author (Foreign Correspondent)

1894-07-03

John Vosper, Chinaman's Chance

1894-07-19

John Norrman, Sten Stensson kommer tillbaka

1894-08-03

John H van Maarseveen, Dutch minister of Justice/Internal minister

1894-09-13

John B[oynton] Priestly, author (Good Companions)/wed Jessica Hawkes

1894-10-20

John Tyke, Circle Canyon

1894-10-26

John S Knight, WV, publisher (Knight-Rider)

1894-12-31

Ernest John Moeran, British composer

1894-12-31

John S. Peters, Border Phantom

1894-9-22

John Gough, In the Land of the Tortilla

1894-9-25

John Howard Lawson, Sahara

1895-02-01

John Ford, Maine, director (Stagecoach, Air Mail, Quiet Man)

1895-03-31

John Jay McCloy, lawyer/banker (Sec of War 1941-45, pres Chase Man)

1895-07-10

John Gilbert, [Pringle], Logan UT, actor (Heart o' the Hills)

1895-09-18

John Diefenbaker, Neustadt Ontario, 13th Canadian PM (C) (1957-63)

1895-10-27

John Boles, Greenville TX, singer/actor (Babes in Baghdad)

1895-10-28

John Boles, Frankenstein

1895-11-08

John Decker, Cruise of the Zaca

1895-11-10

John Knudsen Northrop, aircraft designer (Northrop Air)

1896-01-14

John dos Passos, novelist (1919, Big Money, 42nd Parallel)

1896-01-25

John Moores, British gambling magnate/multi-millionaire

1896-02-25

John Little McClellan, Sheridan Arkansas, American lawyer and politician (Sen-D-Ark)

1896-05-21

John Verney, The Battle for The Battle of Britain

1896-08-19

John Harlow, While I Live

1896-12-03

John Urzidil, Austria/US writer (Die erbeuteten Frauen)

1896-12-19

John Seldon Whale, theologian

1897-02-10

John Franklin Enders, Conn, microbiologist (polio-Nobel 1954)

1897-03-25

John Laurie, Dumfries Scotland, actor (Jericho, Island of Desire)

1897-04-16

John B Glubb, British commandant/writer (A soldier with the Arabs)

1897-04-23

John Wengraf, Vienna Austria, actor (12 to Moon, Pride & Passion)

1897-05-27

John Douglas Cockroft, English physicist (Radar, Nobel 1951)

1897-06-08

John G. Bennett, British scientist and author (d. 1974)

1897-08-10

John Galbreath, American businessman (d. 1988)

1897-09-18

John Mens, writer (People Without Money)

1897-11-14

John Steuart Curry, US painter/lithographer (Baptism in Kansas)

1897-12-06

John Axel Fernstrom, composer

1898-01-21

John George, Syria, actor (Kolb-Adventures of Fu Manchu)

1898-04-26

John Grierson, documentary film maker

1898-07-18

John Stuart, Edinburgh Scotland, actor (Number 17)

1898-08-10

Jack Haley [John Joseph], Boston, Massachusetts, American actor (The Wizard of Oz, Ford Star Revue)

1898-08-22

Francine Larrimore, Verdun France, actress (John Meade's Woman)

1898-09-15

John J Slauerhoff, Dutch ship's doctor/writer/poet (El Dorado)

1899-01-19

[John] Herbert Whitton Sumsion, organist/composer

1899-02-14

John Randall Jr, Michigan, historian/philosopher (Western Man)

1899-03-13

John Van Vleck, Middletown Connecticut, American Physicist, Mathematician, and Nobel Laureate who pioneered the modern quantum mechanical theory of magnetism

1899-05-20

John M Harlan, Chicago, 91st Supreme Court justice (1955-71)

1899-07-10

John Gilbert, American actor (d. 1936)

1899-07-30

John Woods Duke, composer

1899-12-01

Robert Welch, found John Birch Society

1899-12-02

John Barbirolli, English conductor (NY Philharmonic Orchestra)

1899-12-02

John Cobb, British racing driver (d. 1952)

1899-12-08

John Qualen, Vancouver BC, actor (Grapes of Wrath, Searchers)

1900-01-07

John Brownlee, Australian tenor (d. 1969)

1900-02-08

John Cameron, judge

1900-02-22

Seán Ó Faoláin [John Whelan], Irish short story writer (Murder at Cobbler's Hulk)

1900-03-06

John Henry Pyle Pafford, librarian (University of London)

1900-03-29

John McEwen, eighteenth Prime Minister of Australia (d. 1980)

1900-07-03

John Mason Brown, Louisville Ky, critic (Tonight on Broadway)

1900-08-03

John T Scopes, Tennessee teacher convicted for teaching evolution

1900-09-17

John Willard Marriott, American hotelier (d. 1985)

1900-11-11

John Longden, West Indies, actor (Man From Interpol)

1901-02-02

Connie Gilchrist, Long John Silver

1901-06-01

John W Van Duren, playwright (I Remember Mama)

1901-06-01

John Van Druten, English screen writer (d. 1957)

1901-06-15

John Wesley Work, composer

1901-07-26

John Bleifer, Zawiercie Poland, actor (Highway to Heaven)

1901-08-03

John Stennis, (Sen-D-Miss)

1901-08-23

John Sherman Cooper, (Sen-Ky)

1901-08-30

John C Stennis, (Sen-D-MS, 1947-88)

1901-08-30

John Gunther, Chicago Ill, author/host (John Gunther's High Road)

1901-09-06

John Erik Jonsson, businessman/Mayor of Dallas

1901-10-05

John Alton, cinematographer

1901-11-09

John Norrie McArthur, malariologist/microscopist

1901-12-13

John Wijga, painter/illustrator

1902-01-04

John McCone, CIA Director (d. 1991)

1902-02-19

John Bubbles, Louisville Ky, rhythm tap dancer (No Maps on My Taps)

1902-02-21

John Smallenbroek, Dutch minister of Internal Affairs [or 1909]

1902-02-22

John McGovern, The Birds

1902-02-27

John Steinbeck, Salinas California, author (Grapes of Wrath-Nobel 1962)

1902-05-17

John Vincent, composer

1902-09-19

Pieter John Bouman, sociologist/historian

1902-09-22

John Houseman, Bucharest Romania, actor (Kingsfield-Paper Chase)

1902-11-04

John P. Fulton, Rear Window

1902-9-01

John MacNeil, My Favorite Brunette

1902-9-01

John J. Anthony, Divorce American Style

1903-01-25

"Sleepy" John Estes, rocker

1903-01-27

John Eccles, British physiologist/neurologist

1903-02-06

John Dunning, cricketer (NZ medium-fast bowler of 30's)

1903-03-04

John Scarne, American magician (d. 1985)

1903-03-04

John Scarne, The Sting

1903-03-24

John Patrick Sutton Ludlow, actor (Agatha)

1903-04-03

John Batten, The Great Game

1903-04-15

John Williams, England, actor (Niles-Family Affair, Dial M for Murder)

1903-04-23

John Sutro, The Way Ahead

1903-06-22

John Dillinger, Indianapolis Indiana, notorious bank robber

1903-07-10

John Wyndham P L B Harris, US, sci-fi author (Day of the Triffids)

1903-07-10

John Wyndham, Village of the Damned

1903-08-06

John Breckinridge, Plan 9 from Outer Space

1903-08-14

John Ringling North, circus director (Ringling Bros)

1903-08-14

John Ringling North, The Greatest Show on Earth

1903-09-25

John Everett Allen, US businessman

1903-10-20

John Lodge, Washington DC, actor (Witchmaker)

1903-11-27

Johnny Blood, aka John McNally, early NFL halfback (Green Bay)

1903-12-13

John Piper, British writer (US Churches in WW I)/official war painter

1903-12-13

John Piper, Out of Burning: The Rebirth of Coventry Cathderal

1903-12-28

John von Neumann, mathematician/astronomer (Bocher Award 1938)

1904-01-02

John Carr, Circus Day

1904-01-15

John Brady, Castle in the Desert

1904-01-17

Knox Manning, Meet John Doe

1904-02-10

John Farrow, Sydney Aust, director/actor (Botany Bay, Wake Island)

1904-02-29

John "Pepper" Martin, baseballer (NL stolen base leader 1933,34,36)

1904-02-29

Adolph Blaine Charles David Earl Frederick Gerald Hubert Irvin John Kenneth Lloyd Martin Nero Oliver Paul Quincy Randolph Sherman Thomas Uncas Victor William Xerxes Yancy Zeus Wolfeschlegelsteinhausen

1904-03-19

John J Sirica, US federal judge (Watergate hearings)

1904-04-04

John Brown, Strangers on a Train

1904-04-08

John Antill, composer

1904-04-08

John R Hicks, British economist (Nobel 1972)

1904-04-14

John Gielgud, London England, actor (Arthur, Ages of Man)

1904-05-03

John Breeden, SF CA, actor (Salute, Madame Racketeer, Joy Street)

1904-05-03

John Breeden, Fox Movietone Follies of 1929

1904-05-08

John Derrick Mordaunt Snagge, bBC news announcer/commentator

1904-05-08

John Snagge, commentator (BBC)

1904-05-17

John J. Williams, Episode dated 4 November 1953

1904-06-19

John Stransky Jr., Blue Steel

1904-07-28

[John] Selwyn [Brooke] Lloyd, British statsman

1904-08-02

John McClain, Lady Be Good

1904-08-27

John Hay Whitney, American financier (d. 1982)

1904-10-05

John Hoyt, Bronxville NY, actor (Gimme a Break, Tom Dick & Mary)

1904-11-04

John Cecil Holm, Best Foot Forward

1904-12-01

John R. Woolfenden, Lawrence of Arabia

1905-01-11

John Henry Jacques, Northumberland, England, co-operative retailer

1905-01-26

John Carmel Heenan, Essex, cardinal archbp of Westminster (1963-75)

1905-01-31

John O'Hara, Pottstown Penn, novelist (Appointment at Samarra)

1905-02-10

John Dierkes, Ohio US, actor (Daughter of Dr Jekyll, Hanging Tree)

1905-03-18

John Kirkpatrick, NYC, pianist (Concord Sonata)

1905-03-24

Karl John, The Longest Day

1905-03-27

John Fleming (Jack) Brock, Port Elizabeth, South Africa, one of South Africa's most distinguished nutritional scientists and medical educators

1905-04-16

John Lee-Barber, admiral

1905-04-19

John S "Jimmy" Thach, US pilot/admiral (WW II)

1905-04-30

John Peters Humphrey, Hampton, New Brunswick, Canadian jurist and human rights advocate (Universal Declaration on Human Rights)

1905-05-15

John L. Russell, Psycho

1905-05-17

John Patrick, screenwriter

1905-05-17

John Patrick, The Teahouse of the August Moon

1905-06-05

John Abbott, London, actor (Smogasboard)

1905-06-06

John Gart, Russia, orchestra leader (Paul Winchell Show)

1905-06-06

John Gart, The Awful Truth

1905-06-18

John Gardener, boatbuilder/writer

1905-06-25

John Neill Brown, Regal Cavalcade

1905-07-12

John C F, son of English King George V

1905-08-13

Philip Weidling, Little Laura and Big John

1905-08-13

John Gosling, It Won't Be a Stylish Marriage

1905-08-14

John Bradford, The Old Corral

1905-08-17

John Hay Whitney, publisher (NY Herald Trib 1961-67)

1905-09-07

John Whitley, British air-marshal

1905-10-09

Howard St John, Chicago IL, actor (Born Yesterday, Li'l Abner)

1905-11-01

John Indrisano, Fight Game

1905-11-14

John Henry Barbee, American guitarist and singer (d. 1964)

1905-12-25

John Verros, The Outlaw Josey Wales

1906-01-01

John D. Klorer, Utopia

1906-01-21

John Putz, journalist

1906-02-03

John Maud, Episode #1.6

1906-02-05

John Carradine, Greenwich Village NY, actor (Grapes of Wrath, Howling)

1906-02-05

John Carradine, The Grapes of Wrath

1906-02-10

John "Cat" Thompson, basketball hall of famer (elected 1962)

1906-03-15

John Baxter Rogers, Andy Hardy Comes Home

1906-03-17

John Prettyman, The Maltese Falcon

1906-03-21

John D Rockefeller III, billionaire philanthropist (oil)

1906-03-21

John D. Rockefeller III, Survival of Spaceship Earth

1906-03-24

John Cameron Swayze, news correspondent/spokesman (Timex) [OS]

1906-04-01

John Buckler, Tarzan Escapes

1906-04-04

John Cameron Swayze, Wichita Ks, newscaster (Timex, Hindenberg) [NS]

1906-04-04

John Cameron Swayze, The Town That Refused to Die

1906-04-06

John Betjeman, English Poet Laureate 1972-1984 (Mount Zion)

1906-04-21

John Alden, Red Sky at Morning

1906-05-07

John Epper, The Scalphunters

1906-05-10

John McNamara, From Hell It Came

1906-05-14

John Moses, The General Electric College Bowl

1906-05-24

John Mayo, director-general (Help the Aged)

1906-05-26

John Hatton, Our Gang

1906-06-21

Grete Sultan, John Cage: Man and Myth

1906-06-25

John Quillan, Cheers of the Crowd

1906-07-07

John Krimsky, The Emperor Jones

1906-07-17

John Carroll, [Julian LaFaye], New Orleans LA, actor (Wolf Call)

1906-08-05

John Huston, Nevada Mo, director/writer (African Queen, Chinatown)

1906-08-08

John Hutton, Out of Burning: The Rebirth of Coventry Cathderal

1906-08-10

John Bonnet, Children Galore

1906-08-28

John Betjeman, poet laureate of England (Mt Zion)

1906-08-28

John Betjeman, Late Flowering Love

1906-08-28

John F. Dullam, Blonde Fever

1906-09-06

John Meulenhoff, Dutch publisher

1906-09-30

John I M Stewart, British detective writer (Comedy of Terrors)

1906-09-30

Michael John Innes Mackintosh Stewart Innes, writer

1906-10-01

John Lorne Campbell, folklorist

1906-10-02

John Humphreys Whitfield, scholar of Italian language & literature

1906-10-04

John Muri, College

1906-10-11

John Murray, Room Service

1906-11-03

Sydney John Kay, Cavalcade of Australia 1901-1951

1906-11-15

John Vaiana, Around the World in Eighty Days

1906-11-30

John Dickson Carr, Dangerous Crossing

1906-12-02

John Bentley, England, actor (Hammer the Tuff)

1906-12-05

John Trent, Mystery Plane

1906-12-16

John Morrison, politician/landowner

1906-12-24

John Walker, museum director

1907-01-16

John Hiestand, Confetti

1907-01-25

John 'Doc' Ball, Surfing for Life

1907-02-01

John Canaday, art critic (Metropolitan Museum of Art Portfolios)

1907-02-08

John Crouse, Adventures of Don Juan

1907-02-25

John A. Tondra, West Point

1907-03-13

Frank Wilcox, DeSoto Mo, actor (John-Beverly Hillbillies)

1907-04-20

John Cousins, Shine

1907-05-01

John Crofton, Cain's Way

1907-05-12

John Arledge, The Grapes of Wrath

1907-05-20

John Gilbert Kissel, The Maltese Falcon

1907-05-26

John Wayne [Marion Mitchell Morrison], Winterset IA, actor (Green Berets, True Grit)

1907-05-26

John Wayne, The Searchers

1907-06-16

John Hadfield, author/publisher (Love on a Branch Line)

1907-06-16

John Hadfield, Ain't She Sweet

1907-06-21

John Rox, Avalon

1907-06-27

John McIntire, Spokane WA, actor (Naked City, Wagon Train, Virginian)

1907-06-27

John McIntire, Psycho

1907-07-04

John Kidd, Plenty

1907-07-10

John Moore, The Heart of England

1907-08-10

John Blunk, Oregon Passage

1907-08-21

John Gatrell, One Fine Day

1907-08-30

John Mauchly, Cincinnati Ohio, American physicist who with J. Presper Eckert, designed the first general purpose electronic digital computer (ENIAC)

1907-09-06

John A Kelly, US marathon runner (Berlin 1936, Boston 1935..1991)

1907-09-28

John Prickett, teacher/ecumenist

1907-10-09

John O'Grady, They're a Weird Mob

1907-10-15

John "Cardinal" Dearden, US cardinal (1969-88)/archbishop of Detroit

1907-10-17

John Marley, The Godfather

1907-10-28

John Harold Hewitt, Northern Irish poet (d. 1987)

1907-11-03

John Croydon, First Man Into Space

1907-11-10

John Moore, English author (d. 1967)

1907-11-25

John Stuart Hindmarsh, British racing driver and aviator (d. 1938)

1907-12-27

Wallace M. Greene Jr., The John Glenn Story

1907-9-14

John Wexley, Angels with Dirty Faces

1907-9-20

John O'Shaughnessy, The Sound of Laughter

1908-01-01

John Bright, The Public Enemy

1908-01-18

John Sandling, Karusellen går...

1908-02-22

John Mills, England, actor (Big Sleep, King Rat, War & Peace)

1908-02-22

John Mills, Gandhi

1908-03-24

John K. Butler, Drums Across the River

1908-04-12

John T Hughes, Bishop to Forces

1908-04-28

John C. Higgins, Border Incident

1908-05-07

John Cox, Dr. Strangelove or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb

1908-05-23

John Bardeen, US, physicist (transistor, Nobel 1956, 1972)

1908-05-23

John Bardeen,

1908-05-30

John Slade, Wall Street: A Wondering Trip

1908-05-31

John P. Costello, Amalfi Way

1908-06-02

John Boyd-Carpenter, Never Despair

1908-06-14

John Scott Trotter, Charlotte NC, orchestra leader (George Gobel Show)

1908-06-14

John Scott Trotter, It's the Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown

1908-06-15

John von Kralik, Episode #10.45

1908-06-17

John Verrall, composer

1908-06-25

John Sommerfield, A Boy, a Girl and a Bike

1908-08-15

John Meehan Jr., That Man from Tangier

1908-08-20

John Reginald Bevins, politician

1908-08-23

John Swope, Mr. Blandings Builds His Dream House

1908-08-24

John Reed, Fantasia

1908-09-09

John Haeton, US, bobsled (Olympic-silver-1928, 48)

1908-10-10

John Waldo Green, NYC, composer (Body & Soul, Guy Lombardo's arranger)

1908-10-13

John Grant, British rear-admiral

1908-10-15

John Kenneth Galbraith, economist (Affluent Society-58 Hillman Award)

1908-10-15

John Kenneth Galbraith, Fiscal Policy: Can We Control the Economy?

1908-10-18

John Fleeting, Gone to the Dogs

1908-10-22

John Sutton, Rawalpindi India, actor (Tower of London, Return of Fly)

1908-10-22

John Gould, American humorist, essayist, and columnist (d. 2003)

1908-10-22

John Sutton, Jane Eyre

1908-10-22

John Zaremba, Earth vs. the Flying Saucers

1908-10-24

John Alwyne Kitching, zoologist

1908-10-24

John Tuzo Wilson, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada, Canadian geologist (contributions to plate tectonics)

1908-11-01

John Alexis Howard, The Late John Louisiana

1908-11-03

John Call, Santa Claus Conquers the Martians

1908-11-03

John Bingham, Married Life

1908-11-11

John Robinson, The Mark

1908-12-07

John H Doeg, tennis champ (US Open-1930)

1908-12-08

John Volpe, (Gov-Mass)/US Secretary of Treasury (1969-73)

1908-12-23

John S. Detlie, A Christmas Carol

1908-12-31

John Kirby, Sepia Cinderella

1908-9-04

John K. Samson, Sissy-Boy Slap-Party

1908-9-06

John Wald, Under California Stars

1908-9-08

John Griggs, Annapolis Salute

1908-9-09

John Zoller, The Producers

1908-9-09

John Turner,

1908-9-17

John Creasey, Gideon of Scotland Yard

1909-01-02

John Pehle, Who Shall Live and Who Shall Die?

1909-01-19

John Pudney, Johnny in the Clouds

1909-01-30

Saul David Alinsky, Chicago Illinois, radical writer (John L Lewis)

1909-02-09

John Eustace Theodore Brancker, lawyer/parliamentarian

1909-02-14

John 'Pinky' Green, Heat Wave

1909-02-22

John Hamilton, The Black Swan

1909-02-25

John Evan "Jasper" Weston Mather, writer

1909-03-15

John Roeburt, Jigsaw

1909-03-19

Otto John, Inside the Reich: Germany - 1940-1944

1909-04-08

John Fante, Full of Life

1909-05-01

John F. Warren, Torn Curtain

1909-05-06

John Vaught, 1970 Sugar Bowl

1909-05-07

John D. Weiler, Around the World in Eighty Days

1909-05-20

John Arkell, director of administration (BBC)

1909-05-28

John Schepens, [Jean Baudoux], Flemish journalist/writer (Polyfoto)

1909-07-11

John 'Dusty' King, Ace Drummond

1909-07-13

John Francis Murphy, The Steel Helmet

1909-07-15

John Cochrane, South African cricket pace bowler (one Test 1931)

1909-07-16

John Edward "Teddy" Buckner, trumpeter

1909-07-20

John Steadman, The Hills Have Eyes

1909-07-23

John Finn, Tora Tora Tora: The Real Story of Pearl Harbor

1909-07-27

Tony Arpino, Long John Silver

1909-08-03

John Service, Reds

1909-08-09

John Baur, museum director/author (American Paintings in 19th Century)

1909-08-10

John Connell, ITV Opening Night at the Guildhall

1909-08-13

John Beal, Joplin MO, actor (10 Who Dare, I Am the Law, Amityville 3D)

1909-08-13

John Beal, The Firm

1909-08-21

John E. Björling, Galgmannen

1909-08-28

John Glyn-Jones, The Adventures of Hal 5

1909-09-06

John Ridgely, Chicago IL, actor (Northern Pursuit, Air Force)

1909-09-16

John Megaw, British Lord Justice of Appeal

1909-10-24

John Beck, Harvey

1909-10-27

Brother John Joseph Steren, Babe Ruth

1909-11-06

John Doehring, Pro Football

1909-11-11

John Wood, The Last Days of Pompeii

1909-11-24

John Crowder, The Crater Lake Monster

1909-11-25

John Topa, Mafioso

1909-11-27

Donald John Urquhart, librarian

1909-12-08

John Dighton, Roman Holiday

1909-12-09

John Willie, The Perils of Gwendoline in the Land of the Yik Yak

1909-12-11

John Wyer, English sports car racing team manager (d.1989)

1909-9-06

John Ridgely, The Big Sleep

1909-9-30

John D. Goodell, Always a New Beginning

1910-01-03

John Sturges, The Great Escape

1910-01-05

John Lovelock, Olympia Part One: Festival of the Nations

1910-01-08

John Renforth, When the Legends Die

1910-01-15

John James, Flying Tigers

1910-01-18

Arthur John Howard, actor (Frieda, Last Holiday, Paradiso, Glass Cage)

1910-01-21

John Dawson, Mystery of the 13th Guest

1910-01-28

John Banner, Vienna Austria, actor (Sgt Hans Schultz-Hogan's Heroes)

1910-01-28

John Banner, 36 Hours

1910-02-18

John Barrett, The French Lieutenant's Woman

1910-02-18

John Jacob Loeb, Annie Hall

1910-02-24

John Monks Jr., The House on 92nd Street

1910-03-01

Archer John Porter Martin, English chemist, Nobel laureate (d. 2002)

1910-03-04

John Moloney, Saints and Stickups

1910-03-27

John R. Pierce, Gateways to the Mind

1910-04-02

John Hawkins, A Harvest of Friends

1910-04-06

John Pickard, Love of Life

1910-04-14

Natalie Visart, Meet John Doe

1910-04-29

John Beavan, newspaper editor

1910-05-01

John Walvoord, For Those Who Remain

1910-05-09

John Dorland, The Star Prince

1910-05-11

John Paddy Carstairs, Trouble in Store

1910-05-15

Constance Cummings, Wash, actress (John & Julie, 7 Sinners, Glamour)

1910-06-06

Ben Aerden, [John Mikkelsen], actor (Hamlet)

1910-06-08

John W Campbell, US, sci-fi writer (Moon is Hell)

1910-06-08

John W. Campbell Jr., The Thing

1910-07-07

Ralph Volkie, Lucy and John Wayne

1910-07-11

John Francis Boyd, journalist

1910-07-11

John Paul Stapp, Episode #6.27

1910-07-23

John Carol, The Spider and the Fly

1910-08-23

John Nesbitt, Our Old Car

1910-09-07

John Shea, US, 500m/1500m speed skater (Olympic-gold-1932)

1910-10-11

Eugene John Weigel, composer

1910-10-14

John Wooden, basketball coach (UCLA-10 national championships)

1910-10-14

John Wooden, The UCLA Dynasty

1910-10-17

John Cherberg, H.M.S. Bounty Sails Again!

1910-10-19

John Mills, Broadway Gondolier

1910-10-22

John McGuire, Stranger on the Third Floor

1910-10-26

John "Cardinal" Krol, former archbishop (Philadelphia)

1910-11-02

Frederic Berest, Ministry of John the Baptist

1910-11-05

John Hackett, National Service

1910-12-15

John H. Hammond, NYC, American rock/jazz musician (I Can Tell, So Many Roads)

1910-12-16

Richard Morean, John Hus

1910-12-18

John Reese, Charley Varrick

1910-12-24

John Bagni, Search in the Night

1910-12-28

John Kerr, NZ, cricketer (opening batsman in 1930s)

1910-12-31

John Boruff, Guiding Light

1910-9-17

John Dodsworth, The Maze

1911-01-03

John Sturges, US, director (Old Man & Sea, Magnificent 7)

1911-01-13

John English, Birmingham '64

1911-01-17

John S. McCain, The Fighting Lady

1911-01-18

John Teed, House of Darkness

1911-01-24

Evelyn Rothwell, JB: A Portrait of Sir John Barbirolli

1911-02-03

William John Ranaldi, The Giant Gila Monster

1911-02-06

John Lund, High Society

1911-02-09

John 'Slim' Furness, Rambling 'Round Radio Row #6

1911-02-16

John Resko, Convicts 4

1911-02-28

John-Lennart Linder, Som fallen från skyarna

1911-03-06

John Argyle, The Human Monster

1911-03-09

John Lounsbery, The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh

1911-03-11

John Iannaccone, The Hindenburg

1911-03-16

John Stephen, The Man Who Hated Dreyfus

1911-03-21

John Paxton, screenwriter (On The Beach, Kotch, Farewell My Lovely)

1911-03-23

Augustus John "Gus" Risman, rugby league player

1911-04-05

John Scura, The Wizard of Oz

1911-04-13

John McPartland, The Wild Party

1911-04-27

Colin Gordon, Ceylon, actor (John-Baron)

1911-04-30

John-Baptist J Walgrave, [Henricus/Humanus], Flemish, theologist

1911-05-03

John Rhea "Yank" Lawson, trumpeter

1911-05-07

John O'Gorman, Dr. No

1911-05-11

Edgar Beck, president (John Mowlem)

1911-05-21

John Paxton, On the Beach

1911-06-02

John Sherman, Funny Things Happen Down Under

1911-06-10

John H. uit den Bogaard, Hotel De witte raaf

1911-06-30

John Keefer Mahoney,

1911-07-08

John Ball, In the Heat of the Night

1911-07-09

John A. Wheeler, American physicist (d. 2008)

1911-07-09

John Wheeler, A Brief History of Time

1911-07-23

John Intlekofer, Planet of the Apes

1911-07-29

John Tatum, Episode #1.2

1911-08-05

John Calvert, Dark Venture

1911-08-12

John Bryan, Pygmalion

1911-08-27

Hal John Norman, Island of the Blue Dolphins

1911-09-09

John Gorton, Australian politician (d. 2002)

1911-10-10

John McLaren, Goldfinger

1911-10-12

John B. Fetzer, Windows of Heaven

1911-10-24

John Pedrini, Robin and the 7 Hoods

1911-10-26

John Hinde, Dallas Doll

1911-11-04

John Healy, The Dark Wave

1911-11-14

John Carboni, Around the World in Eighty Days

1911-12-30

John Kullers, The Killing of a Chinese Bookie

1911-9-09

John Grey Gorton, Don's Party

1911-9-27

John Harvey, Sacco & Vanzetti

1912-01-25

John Sibley, Sleeping Beauty

1912-01-31

John Boylan, American Heart

1912-02-05

John Maddison, Who Is Carapace?

1912-02-11

John London, Kingfish Sells a Lot

1912-03-04

John Garfield, NYC, actor (Air Force, Destination: Tokyo, Juarez)

1912-03-23

John Payne, Roanoke Va, actor (Dodsworth, Razor's Edge)

1912-03-23

John Dako, The Big Death

1912-04-05

John Le Mesurier, Bedford England, actor (Jabberwocky, Dad's Army)

1912-04-05

John Le Mesurier, The Pink Panther

1912-04-07

John Adrian Hope, politician/businessman

1912-04-07

John Hope, Never Despair

1912-04-11

John Larkin, Oakland California, actor (Saints & Sinners, 12 O'Clock High)

1912-04-11

John Larkin, The Edge of Night

1912-04-11

John Levy, Rock Goddesses

1912-04-16

John Halas, animator

1912-04-16

John Halas, Animal Farm

1912-04-18

John Lapworth Holt, boat Designer

1912-04-29

John MacVane, United or Not

1912-05-12

John Rewald, Lust for Life

1912-05-17

John Pawlek, Noon Wine

1912-05-18

John Crosby, The Sound of Jazz

1912-05-21

John Curtis Gowan, American psychologist (d. 1986)

1912-05-21

John McKennon, Once Upon a Honeymoon

1912-05-23

John Payne, Roanoke Va, actor (Restless Gun)

1912-05-27

John Cheever, writer (Wapshot Chronicle)

1912-05-27

John Cheever, The Swimmer

1912-05-28

John Payne, Miracle on 34th Street

1912-05-29

John B M R "John" Hanlo, Dutch poet (Go to the Mosque)

1912-05-29

John Gilling, The Flesh and the Fiends

1912-06-01

John McCarthy Jr., The Quiet Man

1912-06-14

John Richmond, The Case of the Medicine Man

1912-06-16

John Peel, MP

1912-06-23

John Milton Kennedy, The Hobo Millionaire/The Warehouse Murder

1912-06-26

John Bailey, The Night Won't Talk

1912-06-29

John Toland, US, political writer (Rising Sun, Pulitzer 1971)

1912-06-29

John Toland, Episode #5.52

1912-07-05

John Morley, Images

1912-07-05

John W. Morley, Operation Petticoat

1912-07-09

John McQuade, Serpico

1912-07-17

John Bash, The Cosmic Monster

1912-07-20

John Dacie, hematologist

1912-07-20

John Godey, The Taking of Pelham 1 2 3

1912-08-03

John Byron, Hamlet

1912-08-04

John D. Guthridge, The Importance of Being Earnest

1912-08-25

John Rarig, Sleeping Beauty

1912-09-05

John Cage, Los Angeles California, composer (Imaginary Landscape No 1/O'O)

1912-10-04

John de Mol, Dutch accordianist/producer (Baantjer, Pril Geluk)

1912-10-09

John Tackaberry, How Jack Found Mary

1912-10-17

John Paul I, [Albino Luciano], 263rd Roman Catholic pope (1978)

1912-10-17

Pope John Paul I,

1912-11-10

John L. Greene, My Favorite Martian

1912-11-15

John Jack Lewis Worrow, The Knack... and How to Get It

1912-11-16

John Tebbel, The Battle Over Citizen Kane

1912-11-29

John Marks Templeton, A Parliament of Souls

1912-12-04

John W Pritchard, [Ian Wallace], US, sci-fi author (Megalomania)

1912-12-08

John Howard, D-Day: Turning the Tide

1912-12-08

John Howard, Richard Todd

1912-12-13

John Irwin, Kaleidoscope

1912-12-31

Maj-Gen John Frost, British para commander (d. 1993)

1912-12-31

John Frost, A Bridge Too Far

1912-9-05

John Cage, Shutter Island

1912-9-09

John R. Sloan, To Sir, with Love

1912-9-21

John Hartley, Million Dollar Legs

1912-9-24

John Watson, The Bridges of Madison County

1913-01-09

Peter John Norton, naval diplomat/artist

1913-01-20

John Langdon, A Matter of Pride

1913-01-22

Walter P. Young Sr., The Late John Louisiana

1913-02-06

John Lund, Rochester NY, actor (Wackiest Ship in the Army)

1913-02-08

John Grandy, Brits RAF-marshal

1913-02-12

John Boland, The League of Gentlemen

1913-02-16

John Peck, Beginning of the End

1913-02-16

John Banse, The Crucible

1913-03-04

John Garfield, Gentleman's Agreement

1913-03-11

John Jacob Weinzweig, Toronto Canada, composer (Enchanted Hill)

1913-03-11

John Weinzweig, Il Menù

1913-03-15

John Woolf, Oliver!

1913-03-29

John Marquand, The Wind and the Rain

1913-04-04

John Albright, Gangster Story

1913-04-11

John Fostini, Clothes Make the Lady

1913-04-12

John Dee, Adventures in Babysitting

1913-04-14

John Howard, Cleve Ohio, actor (Dave-My Three Sons)

1913-04-14

John Howard, The Philadelphia Story

1913-04-16

Lord Aberconway, CEO (John Brown & Co)

1913-04-28

John Sturtevant, The Sand Pebbles

1913-05-04

John Broome, Lego Batman 2: DC Super Heroes

1913-05-06

Jack [John T] Aitken, British anatomist

1913-05-09

John Hayes, Admiral

1913-05-18

John M. Nickolaus Jr., The Terror

1913-05-23

John Maxwell, Objective, Burma!

1913-05-28

John Rickman, Episode #1.28

1913-05-28

John Trueman, Young Bess

1913-06-08

John Morris, Domesday Republished

1913-06-10

John Edmunds, composer

1913-06-10

John A. Tinn, Revenge of the Pink Panther

1913-06-11

John Elliott Terry, managing director (National Film Finance Corp)

1913-06-11

John Terry, The 22 Year Itch

1913-06-24

John Kubris, Czech resistance fighter

1913-06-25

John Pickard, True Grit

1913-06-28

George Walter Selwyn Lloyd, English composer (Serf, John Socman)

1913-07-21

Muriel Steinbeck, Long John Silver

1913-07-25

John Cairncross, linguist (5th Man)

1913-08-04

John Fitch, Carrera Panamericana (1950-1954)

1913-08-08

John Facenda, Wake Up the Echoes: The History of Notre Dame Football

1913-08-09

John Fernhout, The 400 Million

1913-08-10

John Simco Harrison, The Legend of Spider Forest

1913-08-19

John Argyris, Greek aeronautical engineer, one of the creators of the Finite Element Method (d. 2004)

1913-08-21

John Henry Faulk, The Texas Chain Saw Massacre

1913-08-27

John Friedman, Vertigo

1913-08-28

John Terence Reese, bridge master

1913-08-31

John P. Miller, Dumbo

1913-09-15

John Mitchell, Nixon's attorney general who went to jail

1913-10-09

John Guedel, People Are Funny

1913-10-11

John Bryning, Rembrandt

1913-10-19

Rosamund John, Spitfire

1913-10-20

John Best, The Benny Goodman Story

1913-10-21

John Bethune, The Paper Chase

1913-10-28

John Morley, Too Many Wives

1913-11-05

John McGiver, NYC, actor (Patty Duke Show, Jimmy Stewart Show)

1913-11-05

John McGiver, Breakfast at Tiffany's

1913-11-21

John Boulting, Heavens Above!

1913-11-30

John K M McCaffery, Moscow Idaho, TV host (One Minute Please)

1913-11-30

John K.M. McCaffery, One Minute Please

1913-12-01

John S. Abbott, Tubby the Tuba

1913-12-04

John Kitzmiller, Dr. No

1913-12-11

John Isaac, Empire of Ash III

1913-12-13

John Wyndham Pope-Hennessy, English art historian

1913-12-13

John Stoll, Lawrence of Arabia

1913-9-09

John Drew Colt, A Double Life

1913-9-15

John Price, Manden der tænkte ting

1913-9-15

John Mitchell,

1913-9-27

John Pelletti, Outrage

1913-9-29

Michael Coppola, The John Garfield Story

1914-01-12

Edqard John Gurney, politician

1914-01-30

John Ireland, Vancouver BC, actor (Rawhide, Gunfight at OK Corral)

1914-01-30

John Ireland, Spartacus

1914-02-12

John Gentilella, Charlotte's Web

1914-02-20

John Daly, South Africa, newscaster/TV game show host (What's My Line)

1914-02-20

John Daly, Episode dated 29 March 1964

1914-02-25

John Arlott, cricketer (the doyen of cricket commentators & writers)

1914-02-25

John Arlott, P'tang, Yang, Kipperbang.

1914-02-27

John De Simone, The Hoodlum

1914-03-07

John Rodney, Key Largo

1914-03-17

Dely Atay-atayan, John and Marsha

1914-03-22

John Stanley, Alvin's Solo Flight

1914-03-30

Sonny Boy Williamson, [John Lee], blues musician (Down & Out Blues)

1914-04-03

John Kuharek, Men Who Brought the Dawn

1914-04-04

John Beith, British diplomat

1914-04-08

John Cameron, cricketer (brother of Jimmy WI v-capt 1939 England tour)

1914-04-14

John Hubbard, You'll Never Get Rich

1914-04-15

John Gregory, dancer

1914-04-16

John Hodiak, Pittsburgh PA, actor (A Bell for Adamo, Lifeboat)

1914-04-16

John Hodiak, Battleground

1914-04-23

John Hubbard, Indiana Harbor Indiana, actor (Don't Call Me Charlie)

1914-05-05

John Penrose, Kind Hearts and Coronets

1914-05-21

John Hubley, Of Stars and Men

1914-05-30

John Thomas, Harlem Rides the Range

1914-06-02

John Creamer, Obsession

1914-06-17

John R Hersey, author (Hiroshima, Bell for Adano, Wall)

1914-06-17

John Hersey, The War Lover

1914-06-26

John J "John" Beautiful Garden, sculptor

1914-07-01

John Street, The Benny Hill Show

1914-07-08

John M. Foley, Where No Man Has Gone Before

1914-07-10

John Dunbar, The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie

1914-07-11

Sally Sage, Meet John Doe

1914-07-14

Sándor Naszódy, John Hus

1914-07-14

John Laing, The Wrong Room

1914-07-18

John G Bearer, writer (Metro, Drunken Canary, Fast Heartbeat)

1914-07-20

William John Phillips, actor (Nothing but a Man)

1914-07-20

John Phillips, Becket

1914-07-30

John Meston, Matt Gets It

1914-08-03

John Cazabon, Once Upon a Time

1914-08-13

John Tyers, Rio Rita

1914-08-14

John Howell, Casino Royale

1914-08-29

John Condon, Heavyweight Elimination Fight: Jerry Quarry vs. Ken Norton

1914-09-21

John Kluge, Chemnitz Germany, media CEO (Metromedia)/billionaire

1914-09-24

Sir John Kerr, 18th Governor-General of Australia (d. 1991)

1914-10-04

John Larch, Dirty Harry

1914-10-05

John Taylor, Dawn of Iran

1914-10-07

John R. Young, And She Never Knew

1914-10-12

John Cocoman, Episode #1.1

1914-10-14

John K. Lattimer, Peter Jennings Reporting: The Kennedy Assassination - Beyond Conspiracy

1914-10-17

John Mosely, recording expert/entrepreneur

1914-10-19

John Blackburn, The Wolf of Wall Street

1914-10-25

John Berryman, American poet (Friends & Associates)

1914-10-25

John Armstrong, Wake in Fright

1914-10-25

John Reed King, Missus Goes A-Shopping

1914-10-26

John Masters, Bhowani Junction

1914-10-31

John Hugenholtz, Dutch race track designer (d. 1995)

1914-11-07

John Welsh, Krull

1914-11-14

Eric John Crozier, producer/librettist

1914-12-14

Odylo Costa Filho, John, the Knife and the River

1914-9-05

Christine D. Coleman, Being John Malkovich

1914-9-13

Leonard Feather, John Wick

1914-9-27

John Gabriel, Bernard and the Genie

1915-01-01

John Henrik Clarke, America's Dream

1915-01-02

John Hope Franklin, historian

1915-01-02

John Hope Franklin, First Person Singular: John Hope Franklin

1915-01-04

John Wynyard, Volpone

1915-01-05

John Tate, On the Beach

1915-01-06

John C. Lilly, U.S. psychoanalyst, writer (d. 2001)

1915-01-06

John Cunningham Lilly, Altered States

1915-01-07

Erwin Wickert, John Rabe

1915-01-13

John C. Becher, Gremlins

1915-01-28

John Colville, Never Despair

1915-01-29

John Serry, Sr., American musician and arranger (d. 2003)

1915-01-30

John D Profumo, England, politician (C)

1915-01-30

John Profumo, General Election

1915-01-31

John Profumo, president (Toynbee Hall)

1915-02-19

John Freeman, British politician (Labour)/ambassador/TV host

1915-02-19

John Freeman, Professor Jung

1915-02-21

John Dunkel, Hour After Dawn

1915-02-21

John Klein, Kannibal

1915-03-03

John Nelson, Live Like a Millionaire

1915-03-05

Peta Mannering, D'Ye Ken John Peel?

1915-03-08

Vivien John, artist

1915-04-19

Dorian Le Gallienne, The Dance of the Angels: Ceramic Sculptures by John Perceval

1915-04-25

John Avison, Façade

1915-05-03

John A. Bushelman, The 3rd Voice

1915-05-06

John Arnold, British high court judge

1915-05-08

John Archer, Osceola Nebraska, actor (Destination: Moon)

1915-05-08

John Archer, Destination Moon

1915-05-10

John Egerton, 6th Duke of Sutherland, British peer

1915-05-13

John Habakkuk, principal (Jesus College in Oxford)

1915-05-15

Paul A Samuelson, economist (1970 Nobel, 1947 John Bates Clark Medal)

1915-05-15

Paul Samuelson, John Maynard Keynes: What Did We Learn from the Great Depression?

1915-05-18

John Shelton, The Time of Their Lives

1915-05-31

John Vivyan, Imitation of Life

1915-06-01

John Randolph, NYC, actor (King Kong, Lucan, Lucas Tanner, Angie)

1915-06-01

John Randolph, Serpico

1915-06-04

John Carey, The Bugs Bunny Show

1915-06-15

John Pepper, Ghostbusters

1915-06-16

John Tukey, American statistician (d. 2000)

1915-06-23

John Prebble, Zulu

1915-07-02

John Bath, Night Train to Mundo Fine

1915-07-02

John Dunlop, Voices from a Mountain

1915-07-05

John Woodruff, American athlete (d. 2007)

1915-07-07

John Vere, The April 8th Show (Seven Days Early)

1915-07-18

John Buckmaster, The Case of the Haunted Gainsborough

1915-07-21

John Rodion, Tower of London

1915-07-21

John Shay, What Ever Happened to Baby Jane?

1915-07-28

John W. Cunningham, High Noon

1915-08-04

John Bartlow Martin, Scene of the Crime

1915-08-14

John C. Hammell, Chinatown

1915-08-18

Paul Deen, The Story of Little John Bailey

1915-08-25

John Bassett, It Was Twilight

1915-08-26

John McSweeney Jr., Mutiny on the Bounty

1915-09-15

John Conte, Plamer Mass, actor (Mantovani)

1915-10-01

John Truax, Mission to Mexico

1915-10-23

John Varley, In Which We Serve

1915-11-17

John Hendrick, Date or Disaster

1915-11-23

John Dehner, [Forkum], Staten Is NY, actor (Big Hawaii, Bare Essence)

1915-11-23

John Dehner, Airplane II: The Sequel

1915-12-02

John DeVries, L.A. Confidential

1915-12-11

John Jay, Winter Paradise

1915-12-14

John Faure, The Big Country

1915-12-22

John R. Coonan, Shane

1915-12-26

John Deauville, The Lost Weekend

1915-12-29

John P W Meefout, Dutch sculptor (Laying Woman)

1915-9-14

John Lowry Dobson, The Astronomers

1915-9-14

John Dobson, The Universe: Cosmology Quest

1915-9-15

John Conte, Are You Listening?

1915-9-17

John Witty, Captain Horatio Hornblower R.N.

1915-9-20

John Straub, Love of Life

1915-9-26

John Sebastian, Deaf Mute

1916-01-12

John Cortay, Sunset Blvd.

1916-01-12

Mary Wilson, John Betjeman: The Last Laugh

1916-01-14

John Oliver Killens, novelist

1916-01-14

John O. Killens, Odds Against Tomorrow

1916-01-15

John Guston, If You Could Only Cook

1916-01-24

John Corner, scientist

1916-02-06

John Crank, British mathematician (d. 2006)

1916-02-07

John Baskcomb, Battle of Britain

1916-02-08

John Sweet, A Canterbury Tale

1916-02-13

John Reed, H.M.S. Pinafore

1916-02-14

John L. Goldwater, Josie and the Pussycats

1916-02-26

John Pommer, Paths of Glory

1916-03-08

John Seybold, American economist and computer typesetting pioneer (d. 2004)

1916-03-11

John Maxwell Hayes, The Song of Bernadette

1916-03-20

John Hollingsworth, Horror of Dracula

1916-03-28

John Palmer, Lawrence of Arabia

1916-03-29

John Paul, Governor-General (Bahamas)

1916-03-31

John Vivyan, Chicago Illinois, actor (Imitation of Life, Mr Lucky)

1916-03-31

John H. Wood, Jr., American federal judge (d. 1979)

1916-03-31

John Howland Wood,

1916-04-01

John Drainie, The Incredible Journey

1916-04-10

John Alderson, Young Guns II

1916-04-25

John Springer, Louise Brooks: Looking for Lulu

1916-05-05

John D. Dunning, Blues for a Junkman: Arthur Troy

1916-05-17

John Hinde, photographer/circus promoter

1916-05-20

John McIntyre, theologian

1916-05-28

John Florea, The Astral Factor

1916-05-31

John Vivyan, actor (Mr Lucky, Wrong Man, Imitation of Life)

1916-06-03

John Kellogg, Twelve O'Clock High

1916-06-05

John Raby, The Edge of Night

1916-06-16

John Young, Monty Python and the Holy Grail

1916-06-18

John Young, actor/TV panelist (Masquerade Party)

1916-06-19

John Benson, The Blob

1916-06-19

John R.F. Stewart, The Cruel Sea

1916-06-22

John Daheim, Champion

1916-06-22

John Craven, The Old Man in the Cave

1916-06-24

John Ciardi, poet/critic (translated Dante)

1916-06-24

John Ciardi, Accent on an American Summer

1916-06-29

John L. Nelson, Batman

1916-06-29

John Johansen, My Father, the Genius

1916-07-04

John Frederick, Duck, You Sucker

1916-07-24

John D MacDonald, novelist (Deep Blue Goodbye)

1916-07-24

John D. MacDonald, Cape Fear

1916-08-10

John Clark, Hampton IA, actor (Graveyard of Horror)

1916-08-10

John Bryant, The Bat

1916-08-10

John Peyser, The Centerfold Girls

1916-08-11

John Woodcock, El Dorado

1916-08-12

John Mansfield, Embassy

1916-08-17

John de Young, resistance fighter

1916-08-21

William John Raff Hooper, cartoonist

1916-08-22

John Slater, London England, actor (Deadlock, Cartel, Devil's Pass)

1916-08-22

John Slater, Passport to Pimlico

1916-08-28

John Holbrook Vance, Bad Ronald

1916-08-30

John Thoday, geneticist

1916-08-31

John Rutland, Chariots of Fire

1916-09-18

John J Rhodes, (Rep-R-Az)

1916-09-24

John Lapsley, British air marshal

1916-10-13

John Stearns, Make Me Laugh

1916-10-29

Big John Hamilton, McLintock!

1916-10-29

John Griffin, Suddenly Single

1916-11-02

John Burnside, Word Is Out

1916-11-02

John O'Malley, The Ballad of Oscar Wilde

1916-11-09

John Shenaut, Shenaut: A Maestro's Life

1916-11-13

John Warren, Bride of the Monster

1916-11-20

William John Elwyn Davies, painter

1916-11-20

John McCarthy, Amadeus

1916-11-22

John Hotchkis, The Corpse

1916-11-27

John Padovano, Foreign Intrigue

1916-11-30

John McKelvey, The Tale of Ruby Rose

1916-11-30

John Franklin Bardin, The Last of Philip Banter

1916-12-02

John Bentley, Warwickshire England, actor (Chair)

1916-12-02

John Bentley, Submarine Seahawk

1916-12-06

John Norman Ide Leslie, Home

1916-12-12

St. John Terrell, Mr. & Mrs. Monroe

1916-12-14

John Freeman, Lady and the Tramp

1916-12-21

John Boon, publisher

1916-12-30

John McKee, Cape Fear

1916-9-09

Irving John Good, The Strange Life and Death of Dr. Turing

1916-9-14

John Heyer, The Back of Beyond

1916-9-16

John W. Rogers, Blade Runner

1916-9-27

John Yesulaitis, Easter Parade of Stars Auto Show

1917-01-11

John Robarts, Le Québec est au monde

1917-01-19

John Raitt, Bonnie Raitt's father/singer/actor (Pajama Game)

1917-01-20

John A. Anderson, The Odd Couple

1917-01-29

John Raitt, Santa Ana California, actor/singer (Chevy Show, Pajama Game)

1917-01-29

John Raitt, The Pajama Game

1917-02-19

John Fenton Murray, Man's Favorite Sport?

1917-02-23

John Benson Brooks, Abbott and Costello Meet the Mummy

1917-02-26

John Waters Sr., Divine Trash

1917-02-27

John Connally, (Gov-D/R-Texas), shot in Kennedy motorcade

1917-02-27

John Connally, LBJ: Part 1 - Beautiful Texas

1917-02-28

John B Connally, (Gov/Sen-D/R-Tx), took a bullet with JFK

1917-03-02

John Gardner, composer

1917-03-07

John Foley, A Coming-Out Party

1917-03-20

John B. Mansbridge, TRON

1917-03-24

John Kendrew, British molecular biologist, Nobel laureate (d. 1997)

1917-04-02

John Mulqueeney, Mr. North

1917-04-06

John Ensign, Terror in the Night

1917-04-08

John Whitney Sr., Film Exercise #1

1917-04-14

John Tomecko, Project Moon Base

1917-04-17

Marietta Tree, John Huston: The Man, the Movies, the Maverick

1917-04-23

John Diggs, The Ten Commandments

1917-04-30

John Lamb, Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea

1917-05-01

John Beradino, Los Angeles California, actor (Steve Hardy-General Hospital)

1917-05-01

John Beradino, Seven Men from Now

1917-05-04

John Flinn, Saturday's Children

1917-05-06

John Barrie, Patton

1917-05-09

John Arnatt, actor (Circumstantial Evidence)

1917-05-09

John Arnatt, Whistle Down the Wind

1917-05-21

Ronald John Bilsland Colville, businessman

1917-05-24

John Russell, Raising the Roof

1917-05-28

Papa John Creach, Beaver Falls, Pennsylvania, American blues violinist (Hot Tuna, Jefferson Airplane)

1917-05-28

Papa John Creach, A Gathering of Old Men

1917-05-29

John Fitzgerald Kennedy, Mass, (Sen-D-Mass), 35th Pres (1961-1963)

1917-05-29

John F. Kennedy, Crisis: Behind a Presidential Commitment

1917-06-14

John W. Mitchell, The Bridge on the River Kwai

1917-06-24

John Willett, Baal

1917-06-28

John Harvey, Pin Up Girl

1917-07-23

John Stokes, MP

1917-07-24

John Hillaby, writer/traveller

1917-07-24

John Hillaby, Investigation of the Stratosphere and Under-sea Exploration

1917-07-26

John Eldridge, Scotch on the Rocks

1917-07-27

John Cunningham, executive director (British Aerospace)

1917-07-27

John Chandos, 49th Parallel

1917-08-08

John Baker, An Inspector Calls

1917-08-17

John Zacharias, Montenegro

1917-08-22

John Lee Hooker, Clarksdale Mississippi, blues guitarist (Boogie Chillen)

1917-08-22

John Lee Hooker, The Wolf of Wall Street

1917-09-07

John Cornforth, Australian chemist, Nobel Prize laureate, (d. 2013)

1917-10-11

John Tunstall, 'I Know Where I'm Going!'

1917-10-21

Dizzy Gillespie, [John B], jazz trumpeter, a creator of modern jazz

1917-10-24

John Alvin, Somewhere in Time

1917-11-13

John La Touche, Crimes and Misdemeanors

1917-11-15

John Whiting, The Devils

1917-11-16

John Whiting, British dramatist/actor (Saint's Day)

1917-11-16

John Tolkien, Tolkien Remembered

1917-11-23

John Newland, Errand of Mercy

1917-11-24

John Justin, The Thief of Bagdad

1917-12-01

John Meredith, Ghost of Hidden Valley

1917-12-01

John Merivale, Arabesque

1917-12-02

John Girard, Ruckus

1917-12-13

John Hart, American actor

1917-12-13

John Hart, Blackenstein

1917-12-26

John Vlahos, Studio One in Hollywood

1917-12-27

John L. Hess, Fear & Favor in the Newsroom

1917-9-06

John Berry, Boesman and Lena

1917-9-26

John Ballantyne, Eric Sykes

1918-01-09

John Battaglia, Mutant Man

1918-01-11

John Madigan, Pollock

1918-01-18

Howard S. Richmond, John Huston: The Man, the Movies, the Maverick

1918-01-19

John H Johnson, US, publisher (Negro Digest, Ebony, Jet)

1918-01-19

John H. Johnson, Celebrate the Dream: 50 Years of Ebony Magazine

1918-01-24

John McLiam, Alberta, actor (Parker-Men From Shiloh)

1918-01-24

John McLiam, First Blood

1918-01-29

John Forsythe, NJ, actor (Bachelor Father, Charlie's Angels, Dynasty)

1918-01-29

John Forsythe, Charlie's Angels

1918-02-01

Maurice Laing, life president (John Laing)

1918-02-07

John Lomma, Space Probe Taurus

1918-02-08

John Intoxication, resistance fighter

1918-02-12

John Draper, Toto's Rescue

1918-02-25

John Hawker, 10

1918-03-11

John Maxwell, The Asphalt Jungle

1918-03-14

John McCallum, Attack Force Z

1918-03-14

John Whitney, Fog Island

1918-03-20

John Cameron, The Beggar's Opera

1918-03-29

John Read, CEO (TSB Group)

1918-03-30

John Gray, FRS/marine biologist

1918-04-15

John Baragrey, Haleyville AL, actor (Creeper, Colossus of NY)

1918-04-15

John Baragrey, The Colossus of New York

1918-04-17

John D. Hess, The Wicked Scheme of Jebal Deeks

1918-04-27

John Alfred Scali, journalist/correspondent (ABC)

1918-04-27

John Scali, Dinner at Howard K. Smith's

1918-04-29

John Trayne, How Green Was My Valet

1918-05-04

John C. Harris, Love, Swedish Style

1918-05-10

John McMullen, Yogi Berra

1918-05-13

John Johnston, British diplomat (Rhodesia, Malaysia)

1918-05-26

John Dall, Rope

1918-05-28

John J. McKeithen, Episode #2.170

1918-06-04

John DeCuir, Ghostbusters

1918-06-08

John D. Roberts, American chemist

1918-06-14

John Kimbrough, Lone Star Ranger

1918-06-15

John Devereux, Hot Fur

1918-07-04

John Elliot, The English Princess

1918-07-08

Paul B. Fay Jr., The John Glenn Story

1918-07-09

John Heath-Stubbs, Ibycus, un poema de John Heath Stubbs

1918-07-13

John Hudkins, Dick Tracy

1918-07-30

John L. Cason, Snowfire

1918-08-13

John Bunting, senior civil servant

1918-09-02

Martha Mitchell, wife of Attorney General John Mitchell

1918-09-08

John F Seiberling, (Rep-D-OH, 1971-86)

1918-09-18

John Berger, politician

1918-10-03

John Olden, The Happy Years of the Thorwalds

1918-10-17

John Yovicsin,

1918-10-19

John Clifford, Carnival of Souls

1918-11-26

John Cliff, Drop to Drink

1918-12-02

John Seale, Dreamspeaker

1918-12-06

John Charles Burns, Damien: Omen II

1918-12-20

John Miner, Marilyn Monroe

1918-12-22

John Garr, Ed and His Dead Mother

1918-12-27

John Celardo, American comic strip artist

1918-9-07

John Swearingen, Episode dated 24 April 1977

1918-9-14

John G. Holden, Go Ask Alice

1918-9-21

John W. Gofman, We Are the Guinea Pigs

1918-9-26

John Zacherle, The Aurora Monsters: The Model Craze That Gripped the World

1918-9-29

John Butler, General Motors 50th Anniversary Show

1918-9-29

John K. Kean, Bullitt

1919-01-03

John E. Horton, Wild Heritage

1919-01-09

John Danstrup, NATO 10 år

1919-01-15

John Kriza, Lizzie Borden

1919-01-24

John Hudson, The Screaming Skull

1919-02-15

John Worsley, Break to Freedom

1919-02-25

John W. Dunn, Looney, Looney, Looney Bugs Bunny Movie

1919-02-25

John Fitzgerald, Episode #1.4

1919-03-08

John Hoesli, 2001: A Space Odyssey

1919-03-15

John Gregson, Liverpool England, actor (Gideon CID, Shirley's World)

1919-03-15

John Gregson, Pursuit of the Graf Spee

1919-03-24

John J Duncan Jr, (Rep-R-TN, 1965- )

1919-03-24

Robert Heilbroner, John Maynard Keynes: What Did We Learn from the Great Depression?

1919-03-26

John Good, Letter from an Unknown Woman

1919-03-26

John Eskell, A Fortunate Man/Raoul Coutard

1919-04-09

John Presper Eckert, co-inventor (1st electronic computer-ENIAC)

1919-04-18

John Taras, Felia Doubrovska Remembered

1919-04-19

John Hughman, Time Bandits

1919-04-21

John Goddard, cricketer, West Indian all-rounder 1948-57)

1919-04-30

John Damler, Frame for Two

1919-05-01

John Meredyth Lucas, Elaan of Troyius

1919-05-03

John Cullen Murphy, American comic strip artist (d. 2004)

1919-05-03

John Cullen Murphy, The Fantastic Funnies

1919-05-05

John Boyd-Brent, The War Machines: Episode 4

1919-05-11

John Michael Hayes, Rear Window

1919-05-14

John Hope, American meteorologist (d. 2002)

1919-05-14

John Hope, Hurricanes '95: Season on Edge

1919-05-28

Charles John Robert Manners, 10th Duke of Rutland, British land owner/multimillionaire

1919-05-28

John Eldridge, CEO (Matthews Wrightmson)

1919-07-02

John Bradford, Shirley MacLaine: If They Could See Me Now

1919-07-18

John Wooldridge, Raiders in the Sky

1919-08-02

John Pinkerton, compuer scientist

1919-08-04

John D. Bloss, How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying

1919-08-07

John Hogan, Lowes, Kentucky, chemist (discovered methods of producing polypropylene), (d. 2012)

1919-08-08

John Wilson, Grease

1919-08-27

John Cox, Flemish/US painter/dir (Museum of Fine Physician, Boston)

1919-09-01

Roy John Britten, Washington, molecular biologist (repeated DNA sequences in eukaryotic genomes), (d. 2012)

1919-09-10

John Noorda, resistance fighter

1919-10-02

John Rovick, Sheriff John's Lunch Brigade

1919-10-03

Boyd Bradfield Upchurch, [John Boyd], US, sci-fi author (IQ Merchant)

1919-10-05

Harry John Stites, Don Winslow of the Coast Guard

1919-10-06

John Lundstrom, Vader Anseele

1919-10-17

John Moroney, cricketer (Australian opener 1949-51)

1919-10-21

Daniel John Chapman Cunningham, physiologist

1919-10-31

John Sylvester White, The Great Debate

1919-11-01

John Secondari, Rome Italy, newscaster (Open Hearing)

1919-11-01

John H. Secondari, Three Coins in the Fountain

1919-11-05

S. John Launer, Marnie

1919-11-14

John Doyel, Global Warming

1919-11-20

John McCarthy, composer

1919-11-24

John Silverlight, journalist

1919-11-25

John Orval Thomas, Cody

1919-12-29

John Phillips, Seven Men from Now

1919-9-06

John Mitchum, Dirty Harry

1920-01-01

John Pellatt, Help!

1920-01-06

John Maynard Smith, English biologist (d. 2004)

1920-01-11

John Powell, campaigner

1920-01-15

John J "Cardinal" O'Connor, Phila, Roman Catholic Archbishop of NY

1920-01-15

John Junor, British editor in chief (Sunday Express)

1920-01-20

Richard John Copeland Atkinson, archaeologist

1920-01-26

John Logan Gorlay, journalist

1920-01-27

John Box, British film production designer and art director (d. 2005)

1920-01-27

John Box, Lawrence of Arabia

1920-02-04

John Hartford Worlock, Roman Catholic Bishop of Liverpool

1920-02-06

John Maynard Smith, The Trap: What Happened to Our Dream of Freedom

1920-02-17

Annie Glenn, John Glenn: American Hero

1920-02-20

John D. Silva, Episode dated 8 March 1958

1920-03-16

John Addison, Surrey England, composer (Tom Jones-Acad Award)

1920-03-16

John Addison, Sleuth

1920-03-17

John La Montaine, Oak Park Ill, composer (Pulitzer 1959), (d. 2013)

1920-03-25

John Barnes, John Keats: His Life and Death

1920-03-26

John Cannon, I've Got a Secret

1920-03-28

Lord Butterfield [John Butterfield], British medical researcher, clinician and administrator

1920-03-29

John Belk, American head of Belk, Inc. (d. 2007)

1920-04-03

John Demjanjuk, Ukrainian-born American auto worker, alleged Nazi and convicted war criminal (under appeal at death), (d. 2012)

1920-04-03

John Demjanjuk, Ivan the Terrible

1920-04-13

John LaPorta, American musician (d. 2004)

1920-04-13

John Wilkinson, Platoon

1920-04-14

John Paul Stevens, Supreme Court Justice

1920-04-14

John J. Saunders, Moontrap

1920-04-16

John William Farr, Detroit, bank robber (FBI Most Wanted List)

1920-04-20

John Paul Stevens, Illinois, 103rd Supreme Court Justice (1975- )

1920-04-20

John Paul Stevens, District of Columbia v. Heller

1920-04-25

John Mantley, Erika

1920-04-28

John Strauss, Amadeus

1920-05-02

John Boswall, Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest

1920-05-03

John Lewis, Odds Against Tomorrow

1920-05-05

John Hidalgo Moya, architect/designer (Skylon)

1920-05-06

John Henderson, Lord-Lieutenant (Berkshire England)

1920-05-13

John Burke, Ship of Fools

1920-05-17

John F. Long, The Home Owner

1920-05-18

John Paul II, [Karol Wojtyla], Wadowice Poland, 264th Roman Catholic Pope (1978-2005)

1920-05-18

Pope John Paul II, The Papal Chase

1920-05-20

John Cruickshank, banker

1920-05-30

John Heawood, actor/singer/choreographer (Chitty Chitty Bang Bang)

1920-05-30

John Heawood, Chitty Chitty Bang Bang

1920-06-04

John Aaron, Episode #4.2

1920-06-09

John Merritt, Excalibur

1920-06-16

John Howard Griffin, US, photographer/author (Black Like Me)

1920-06-16

John Howard Griffin, Black Like Me

1920-06-20

John O'Shea, Runaway

1920-06-22

John Veitch, Dracula

1920-06-23

John Veitch, Committed

1920-06-24

John Coplans, Born in Flames

1920-07-02

John Kneubuhl, Strangers in Our Own Land

1920-07-03

John Ayers Lessard, composer

1920-07-04

John Garraty, The Congress

1920-07-13

John F. Schreyer, Suddenly

1920-07-14

John Paxton, Spider-Man

1920-07-17

John Dorrin, The Patricia Neal Story

1920-07-21

John Horsley, Sink the Bismarck!

1920-07-30

John Royce, Battleground

1920-08-04

John Robert Lloyd, The Exorcist

1920-08-05

John Sharp, Barry Lyndon

1920-08-19

John Goodlad, Revolution in the 3 R'S

1920-10-09

John Hoppe, The Daydreamer

1920-10-11

John T. Dugan, Blind Journey: Part 1

1920-10-16

John Dearth, Look Back in Anger

1920-10-17

John Morgan, Silent Voice

1920-10-20

John S. Roberts, The Perils of Pauline

1920-11-06

John Smith, CEO (Liverpool FC)

1920-11-14

John Jay, Star Wars

1920-11-14

John McCabe, The Revenge of the Sons of the Desert

1920-11-14

John Stix, The Great St. Louis Bank Robbery

1920-11-27

John Richard Ravensdale, historian

1920-12-07

John Hawkesworth, The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes

1920-12-12

John Zimeas, House of Usher

1920-12-24

John Langstaff, A Christmas Masque

1920-12-24

John Barron, The Turn of the Screw

1920-9-09

John R. Reilly, Story of G.I. Joe

1920-9-10

John Neal, Close Encounters of the Third Kind

1920-9-10

John Neal, The 36th Annual Academy Awards

1920-9-13

John Crawford, The Enforcer

1921-01-03

John Russell, Los Angeles California, actor (Pale Rider, Rio Bravo)

1921-01-03

John Russell, Rio Bravo

1921-01-03

John De Freese, A Dog of Flanders

1921-01-07

John Lanigan, tenor

1921-01-07

John Lanigan, Falstaff

1921-01-12

John Henry Davis Jr, Smithtown NY, weightlifter (Olym-gold-1948, 52)

1921-01-17

Dehl Berti, Pueblo Colo, actor (John Taylor-Guns of Paradise)

1921-01-18

John Wilcox, One Million Years B.C.

1921-01-21

John Doucette, Brockton Mass, actor (Lock Up, Big Town)

1921-01-21

John Doucette, Patton

1921-01-31

John Agar, Chicago, actor (Fort Apache, Sands of Iwo Jima)

1921-01-31

John Agar, Sands of Iwo Jima

1921-02-05

John M Pritchard, London England, conductor

1921-02-05

John Pritchard, The Departed

1921-02-10

John Strauss, Along Came Youth

1921-02-18

John Boersema, Garfield in Disguise

1921-02-18

John Olguin, Port Town

1921-02-23

John Latham, Book Plumbing

1921-02-24

H. John Penner, Mission Galactica: The Cylon Attack

1921-02-28

John Bouber, [Blom], actor/author (Fool of Heideloo)

1921-03-01

Henry Barnard, The Trial of John Peter Zenger

1921-03-04

Richard Boyer, John J. Diggs

1921-03-04

John Ryan, The Ark Stories

1921-03-09

Don Brinkley, Trapper John, M.D.

1921-04-03

John Röder, The Secret Life of John Chapman

1921-04-03

John Scanlan, The Hudsucker Proxy

1921-04-08

St. John Gore, A Question of Attribution

1921-04-17

John Mackin, Let There Be Rain

1921-04-19

John Boyt, Ragtime

1921-04-20

John Paul, A Countess from Hong Kong

1921-04-29

John Morton Blum, T.R.: The Story of Theodore Roosevelt (Part I)

1921-05-04

John van Kesteren, Dutch tenor (Komische Oper, West-Berlin)

1921-05-04

John van Kesteren, Carmina burana

1921-05-16

John T. Kelley, A Rage to Live

1921-05-17

John Garlick, British senior civil servant

1921-05-20

John Harrison, British vice admiral/surgeon

1921-05-20

John Marchi, US Senator (Rep-R-NY)

1921-05-23

John Martell, Just William's Luck

1921-06-01

John Close, Beginning of the End

1921-06-04

John Jay Carsey, Episode #3.3

1921-06-17

John North, Paper Lion

1921-06-21

John Mosley, In Times of War: Stories of Colorado Veterans

1921-06-27

John Dominis, Herb & Dorothy

1921-06-29

Frank Glicksman, Trapper John, M.D.

1921-07-04

John Hart, The Man Who Loved Redheads

1921-07-08

John Money, Animal Passions

1921-07-10

John Singlaub, Vietnam: Johnson's Battleground

1921-07-15

John L. Hargreaves, Flesh+Blood

1921-07-18

John H Glenn Jr, Cambridge OH, astronaut (Mer 7, sk:STS 95)/(Sen-D-Oh)

1921-07-18

John Glenn, 50 Years of NBC Late Night

1921-07-18

John Huntley, A Tale of Two Scotsmen

1921-07-25

John Christopherson, artist/collector

1921-08-08

John Herbert Chapman, British physicist (d. 1979)

1921-08-29

John Kove, Fascination

1921-09-16

John Hendricks, lyricist singer (Lambert, Hendricks & Ross)

1921-10-07

John Arthur Giles Gere, English art historian (Pre-Raphaelite painter)

1921-10-27

John Saunders, Episode #1.750

1921-10-31

John Blythe, Bon Voyage

1921-11-01

John Willard Peterson, composer

1921-11-08

John Jowett, There Was a Young Lady

1921-11-11

John Zilly, Twelve O'Clock High

1921-11-22

Rodney Dangerfield, [John Cohen], Babylon NY, comedian (Caddyshack)

1921-11-24

John V Lindsay, (Mayor-R/D-NY, 1965-73)

1921-11-24

John V. Lindsay, Celebrity Roast: Carroll O'Connor

1921-11-29

John Bøgvald, Sikken en nat

1921-12-01

John Bunch, Episode #1.7

1921-12-03

John Doar, Soul of Justice: Thelton Henderson's American Journey

1921-12-18

John Myhers, How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying

1921-12-26

John Severin, Jersey City, New Jersey, comic book artist (Hulk, Mad Magazine), (d. 2012)

1921-9-03

John Arnold, Beat the Devil

1921-9-21

John McHale Sr., Stan Musial

1921-9-27

John Patterson, Where No Fan Has Gone Before: The Making of 'Free Enterprise'

1922-01-02

John Blatchley, The Last Arrow

1922-01-05

John Lodge, In Like Flint

1922-01-08

John M. Chester, Four Sisters from Boston

1922-01-13

John Harper-Nelson, Bygone Oxford: Images of the Past - The City on Film

1922-01-13

John Hewer, Strip Tease Murder

1922-02-15

John Bayard Anderson, American politician

1922-02-15

John B. Anderson, Episode #1.1

1922-02-21

John McCollum, L'enfance du Christ

1922-02-23

John Carisi, There Are the Hip, and There Are the Square

1922-02-27

Mervyn Jones, John and Mary

1922-03-08

John Burke, The Sorcerers

1922-03-19

John Van Eyssen, Horror of Dracula

1922-04-02

John C. Whitehead, The Good Shepherd

1922-04-04

John Hammerschmidt, Death Cheaters

1922-04-10

John T. Martin, Easy Living

1922-04-12

John Peters, Chief Crazy Horse

1922-04-13

John Braine, English novelist (Life at the Top)

1922-04-13

John Braine, Room at the Top

1922-04-16

John Christopher, No Blade of Grass

1922-04-18

John Quijada, The Young Land

1922-05-04

John Paul Hammerschmidt, (Rep-R-AR, 1967- )

1922-05-05

John Van Dreelen, The Money Pit

1922-05-06

John Ernest, constructionist artist

1922-05-12

John Martin, Points

1922-05-22

John Rowe Townsend, Conclusions

1922-05-28

John Alderson, chief constable (Devon & Cornwall UK)

1922-05-28

John Alderson, Episode #3.1

1922-05-29

John Heerbecq, Church commissioner

1922-06-03

John Barks, The Tracker

1922-06-04

John McNamara, baseball player

1922-06-04

John West, vice chancellor (Bradford University)

1922-06-05

John Gatenby Bolton, Beyond the Milky Way

1922-06-06

John Conwell, On Thursday We Leave for Home

1922-06-09

John Gillespie Magee, Jr., American poet and aviator (d. 1941)

1922-06-11

John Bromfield, South Bend In, actor (Easy to Love)

1922-06-11

John Bromfield, Revenge of the Creature

1922-06-11

Tony Charmoli, John Denver and the Muppets: A Christmas Together

1922-06-15

John Veale, composer

1922-06-15

John Veale, The Purple Plain

1922-07-03

Lars-Magnus Lindgren, Dear John

1922-07-17

John O'Hare, Three Men from Tomorrow

1922-07-19

John Dorman, Dead to the World

1922-08-03

John S.D. Eisenhower, Hold at All Costs: The Story of the Battle of Outpost Harry

1922-08-04

John Gigacz, Supermarket Musical Massacre: The Feel-Good Homicide of the Century!

1922-08-10

John Feeney, The Living Stone

1922-08-30

John 'Shorty' Powers, Junior Astronaut

1922-08-31

John Hanson, Episode #1.6

1922-09-09

MacKenzie John, pipe major

1922-09-16

Janis Paige, Tacoma Wash, actress (Lanigan's Rabbi, Trapper John MD)

1922-09-25

John Farr, British MP

1922-10-09

John William, Candide

1922-10-19

John Pauls-Harding, Das Fräulein und der Vagabund

1922-10-20

John Anderson, Clayton Ill, actor (Virgil-Legend of Wyatt Earp)

1922-10-20

John Anderson, Psycho

1922-10-22

John H Chafee, (Sen-R-Rhode Island, 1976- )

1922-10-22

John Weidner, Brussels, Belgium, war hero

1922-10-22

John Huddleston, Gals, Incorporated

1922-10-28

Jerry St. John, The Black Pirates

1922-11-01

John Westbrook, The Lord of the Rings

1922-11-02

John Pinsent, classical scholar

1922-11-05

John Shulick, Twelve O'Clock High

1922-11-13

John H. Watson, Marooned

1922-11-22

John Nunneley, Ian Hislop Goes Off the Rails

1922-12-06

John Henry Cound Brunt, English soldier, Victoria Cross holder (d. 1944)

1922-12-08

John B McKay, US test pilot (X-15)

1922-12-14

John Winbolt, Goldfinger

1922-12-21

John McGreevey, Studio One in Hollywood

1922-9-24

John Moffatt, Tom Jones

1923-01-23

John Boehm, Welcome Home Brother Charles

1923-02-08

John Thiele, Sinner by Proxy

1923-02-24

R. John Hugh, Yellowneck

1923-03-07

John Trumper, The Italian Job

1923-03-11

John Stalker, Welcome to Our Branch Office

1923-03-21

John Noble, Episode dated 1 July 1977

1923-03-28

John Bott, Orlando

1923-04-03

John Smith, English large landowner/financier/MP (C)

1923-04-03

John Ormond, Madawaska Valley

1923-04-09

John C. Chulay, Blazing Saddles

1923-04-10

John Watkins, cricketer (South African all-rounder in 15 Tests 49-57)

1923-04-21

John Mortimer, English barrister and writer

1923-04-21

John Mortimer, The Innocents

1923-04-28

Adam John Backauskas, True Grit

1923-05-10

John Dugdal, Lord-Lt (Salop)

1923-05-14

John Hilbard, Walter and Carlo, Part II, Yes, It's Daddy

1923-05-15

John Lanchbery, English composer (d. 2003)

1923-05-15

John Lanchbery, The Turning Point

1923-05-18

John Garrie, The Private Life of Sherlock Holmes

1923-05-25

John Weitz, spy/author/fashion designer (Friends in High Places)

1923-05-30

John Kings, Centennial

1923-06-04

John Lea, British vice-admiral

1923-06-06

John Baer, Night of the Blood Beast

1923-06-07

John Read, Henry Moore at Eighty

1923-06-11

John Ward, On Thursday We Leave for Home

1923-06-12

John Miles, The Tattooed Stranger

1923-06-19

Jef Burm, John the Fearless

1923-06-21

John Compton, Lynchburg Tn, actor (Shannon-D.A.'s Man)

1923-06-21

John Compton, Out of Town

1923-06-22

Jimmy Cameron, cricketer (brother of John WI batsman 1948-49)

1923-07-05

John McKay, WV, football coach (USC, Tampa Bay, 5X Rose Bowl champ)

1923-07-05

John McKay, O.J. Simpson: Juice on the Loose

1923-07-05

John Sharnik, Meze Waltera Hortona

1923-07-10

John Bradley, United States Navy corpsman, one of six who raised flag on top of Mt. Suribachi(see Iwo Jima) (d. 1994)

1923-07-10

John Francis, Strange Days

1923-07-10

John H. Bradley, Sands of Iwo Jima