John Davies


John Davies

John Davies may refer to:

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Politicians

  • John Davies (businessman) (1916–1979), British businessman (British Petroleum) and Conservative MP and cabinet minister
  • John S. Davies (Pennsylvania politician), Pennsylvania politician
  • John Mark Davies (1840–1919), British-born Australian politician in the state of Victoria
  • John George Davies (1846–1913), Tasmanian politician, newspaper proprietor and first-class cricketer
  • John C. Davies (lawyer) (c. 1858–1925), NYS Attorney General, 1899–1902
  • John Cledwyn Davies (1869–1952), Welsh Liberal politician, educationist and lawyer
  • John Davies, 1st Baron Darwen (1885–1950), British cotton manufacturer and Labour politician
  • John Paton Davies, Jr. (1908–1999), American diplomat
  • John C. Davies II (1920–2002), U.S. Representative from New York
  • John Quentin Davies (born 1944), usually called Quentin Davies, British Labour MP

Sportsmen

  • John Davies (footballer born 1856) (died 1929), Wrexham A.F.C. and Wales international footballer
  • John Edward Davies (1862–1912), Oswestry F.C. and Wales international footballer
  • John Price Davies (1862–1955), Druids F.C. and Wales international footballer
  • John Davies (footballer) (fl. 1889–1893), football goalkeeper with Burslem Port Vale F.C. and Newon Heath F.C.
  • John Davies (footballer born 1966), Scottish footballer with Clydebank, St. Johnstone, Airdrieonians, Ayr United and Motherwell
  • John Davies (cricketer) (1926–2005), Welsh cricketer
  • John Davies (ice hockey) (1928–2009), Canadian ice hockey player with the Edmonton Mercurys
  • John Davies (swimmer) (born 1929), Olympic Gold medalist and later United States district judge
  • John Davies (athlete) (1938–2003), New Zealand middle-distance runner
  • John Leighton Davies (1927–1995), former rugby union and professional rugby league footballer
  • John Davies (rugby) (1941–1969), rugby union and rugby league footballer of the 1960s for Wales (RU), Neath, and Leeds (RL)
  • John Davies (rugby player born 1971), rugby union footballer of the 1990s and 2000s for Wales, Llanelli, and (Llanelli) Scarlets
  • John Davies (rugby league) (born 1991), current rugby league footballer for Castleford Tigers

Other

  • John Davies of Hereford (c. 1565–1618), poet and satirist
  • John Davies (Mallwyd) (c. 1567–1644), lexicographer, translator, and editor of the 1620 Welsh edition of the Bible
  • Sir John Davies (poet) (1569–1626), poet, statesman, attorney-general in Ireland
  • John Davies (translator) (1625–1693), Welsh translator and writer
  • John Davies (lecturer) or Davis (?–1850), English chemist and lecturer
  • John Davies (publisher) (1814–1872), co-founded the Australian newspaper The Mercury
  • John Humphreys Davies (1871–1926), Welsh lawyer, bibliographer and educator
  • John Henry Davies (?–1927), brewery owner who in 1902 took over the British football club Manchester United
  • John Thomas Davies (priest) (1881–1966), Anglican priest in Wales
  • John Thomas Davies (1895–1955), English recipient of the Victoria Cross
  • John Davies (businessman) (1916–1979), British businessman (British Petroleum) and Conservative MP and cabinet minister
  • John Davies (bishop of St Asaph) (born 1923), Bishop of St Asaph, 1999–2008
  • John Davies (archivist) (1925–1999), Malaysian archivist
  • John R. T. Davies (1927–2004), remastering engineer of classic jazz records and musician
  • John Davies (bishop of Shrewsbury) (born 1927), former Anglican Bishop of Shrewsbury
  • John Davies (historian) (born 1938), Welsh historian
  • John Howard Davies (1939 – 2011), television producer-director and former child actor
  • John Davies (photographer) (born 1949), landscape photographer based in the United Kingdom
  • John Davies (bishop of Swansea and Brecon) (born 1953)
  • John S. Davies (born 1953), American actor
  • John Winsell Davies (born 1964), owner of the Schramsberg Vineyards
  • John Graham Davies, British actor
  • John Davies, editor of The Children's Newspaper and Look and Learn

See also


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  • John Davies — ist der Name folgender Personen: John Davies (Schwimmer) (* 1929), australischer Schwimmer John Davies (Leichtathlet) (1938–2003), neuseeländischer Leichtathlet John Davies (Bildhauer) (* 1946), britischer Bildhauer und Maler John Davies… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • John Davies —  Cette page d’homonymie répertorie différentes personnes partageant un même nom. Le nom John Davies est porté par les personnes suivantes : John Davies of Hereford (1565?–1618) poète ; Dr. John Davies (Mallwyd) (c.1567–1644),… …   Wikipédia en Français

  • John Davies (archivist) — John Davies A.M.N. (July 27, 1925 ndash; October 21,1999) was an archivist, writer, and received the prestigous Ahli Mangku Negara award. He served as the Archives Executive Officer during the 1960s through to the late 1970s with the National… …   Wikipedia

  • John Davies (swimmer) — John G. Davies (born 17 May 1929 in Willoughby, New South Wales) was an Australian breaststroke swimmer of the 1940s and 1950s who won a gold medal in the 200m breaststroke at the 1952 Summer Olympics in Helsinki. After retiring from swimming, he …   Wikipedia

  • John Davies (Bildhauer) — John Davies (* 1946 in Cheshire, England) ist ein britischer Künstler und Bildhauer. Er lebt und arbeitet in London, Vereinigtes Königreich. John Davies studierte von 1963 67 Malerei auf dem Hull College of Art und dem Manchester College of Art.… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • John Davies of Hereford — (c. 1565, Hereford, England ndash; July 1618, London) was a writing master and an Anglo Welsh poet. He is usually known as John Davies of Hereford in order to distinguish him from others of the same name.In a 2007 monograph, Shakespeare, A Lover… …   Wikipedia

  • John Davies (rugby player) — John Davies (born 1 February, 1971 in Carmarthen, Wales) is a former Welsh rugby union prop. He spent much of his professional career playing for Llanelli RFC, and subsequently the Llanelli Scarlets regional side, where he now works as an academy …   Wikipedia

  • John Davies Gilbert — (5 December 1811 16 April 1854) was a land owner, son of Davies Gilbert and Mary Ann Gilbert. He was elected FRS in 1834 [http://royalsociety.org/DServe/dserve.exe?dsqIni=Dserve.ini dsqApp=Archive dsqCmd=Show.tcl dsqDb=Persons dsqPos=6… …   Wikipedia

  • John Davies (historian) — John Davies (born 1938) is a Welsh historian, and a television and radio broadcaster.Davies was born in the Rhondda, and studied at both University College, Cardiff, and Trinity College, Cambridge. He is married with four children. After teaching …   Wikipedia

  • John Davies (Schwimmer) — John G. Davies (* 17. Mai 1929 in Willoughby, New South Wales) ist ein ehemaliger australischer Schwimmer. Aufgewachsen in der Nähe von Sydney konnte er 1947 seinen ersten Erfolg feiern, als er Australischer Meister über 200 Yards Brust wurde.… …   Deutsch Wikipedia


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