Richard Jones


Richard Jones

Richard Jones may refer to:

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Artists and entertainers

Sportsmen

  • Richard Owen Jones (1867–1936), Bangor F.C. and Wales international footballer
  • Richard Jones (footballer born 1875), Leicester Fosse F.C. and Wales international footballer
  • Richard Jones (footballer born 1878) (died 1938), Druids F.C. and Wales international footballer
  • Richard Jones (footballer born 1879), Millwall Athletic F.C., Manchester City F.C. and Wales international footballer
  • Dick Jones (Australian footballer) (born 1926), Australian rules footballer
  • Dick Jones (rugby player) (1879–1958), Welsh international rugby union footballer
  • Richard Jones (footballer born 1969), Welsh footballer with Hereford United F.C., Barry Town F.C. and others
  • Richard Jones (cricketer) (born 1973), New Zealand cricketer
  • Richard Jones (English cricketer) (born 1986), English cricketer (Worcestershire)
  • Ritchie Jones (born 1986), English footballer currently playing for Oldham Athletic

Diplomats, lawyers, and politicians

Other occupations

  • Richard Jones (economist) (1790–1855), English economist
  • Richard Jones (Llanfair Caereinion clergyman) (1603–1655 or 1656), Welsh priest and writer
  • Richard Jones (Ruthin clergyman) (c. 1757–1814), Welsh priest and writer
  • Richard Foster Jones (1886–1965), American classical scholar
  • Richard Wyn Jones, Welsh academic at Cardiff University

Entertainment

  • Dick Jones, Senior Vice President of OCP in the movie Robocop

See also

  • Rich Jones (disambiguation)
  • Rick Jones (disambiguation)

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  • Richard Jones — (* im späten 17. Jahrhundert; † 20. Januar 1744 in London) war ein englischer Violinist und Komponist des Spätbarock. Leben Richard Jones war nach Aussagen des Musikkritikers John Hawkins bereits vor 1723 Orchestermitglied am Theatre Royal Drury… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Richard Jones —  Cette page d’homonymie répertorie différentes personnes partageant un même nom. Footballeur anglais né le 26 septembre 1986. Voir Richard Jones (footballeur). Bassiste du groupe Stereophonics. Voir Richard Jones (bassiste). Richard Jones (? …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Richard Jones (Bassiste) — Pour les articles homonymes, voir Richard Jones. Richard Jones (né le 23 mai 1974 à Aberdare au Pays de Galles) est le bassiste et l un des membres fondateur du groupe gallois Stereophonics. Il fonde le groupe avec Kelly Jones (guitare, chant) et …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Richard jones (bassiste) — Pour les articles homonymes, voir Richard Jones. Richard Jones (né le 23 mai 1974 à Aberdare au Pays de Galles) est le bassiste et l un des membres fondateur du groupe gallois Stereophonics. Il fonde le groupe avec Kelly Jones (guitare, chant) et …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Richard Jones (foot) — Richard Jones (footballeur) Pour les articles homonymes, voir Richard Jones. Richard Glynn Jones, dit Ritchie Jones, e …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Richard jones (foot) — Richard Jones (footballeur) Pour les articles homonymes, voir Richard Jones. Richard Glynn Jones, dit Ritchie Jones, e …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Richard Jones (composer) — Richard Jones (d. January 20, 1744) was an English composer and violinist.Jones s first publication appeared in 1720, a solo cantata While in a Lovely Rurall Seat . He was associated with the Drury Lane Theater Orchestra in London possibly as… …   Wikipedia

  • Richard Jones (Stereophonics) — Richard Jones (born 23 May, 1974) is the bassist and backing vocalist for the popular Welsh rock band Stereophonics, playing alongside Kelly Jones (no relation) and Javier Weyler.Jones grew up in Cwmaman, an old mining village in south Wales.… …   Wikipedia

  • Richard Jones, 1st Earl of Ranelagh — Richard Jones (8 February, 1641 5 January, 1712) was the eldest son of Arthur Jones, 2nd Viscount Ranelagh and Katherine Boyle, daughter of the Earl of Cork who counted amongst her brothers the chemist Robert Boyle and Lord Broghill, the later… …   Wikipedia

  • Richard Jones (New South Wales politician) — Richard Stanley Leigh Jones (born 16 February 1940) is a former member of the NSW Legislative Council from 13 March 1988 to 28 February 2003. Born in Epsom, Surrey, England, he emigrated to Australia in 1965. He joined the Australia Party in 1971 …   Wikipedia