John Mills (disambiguation)

John Mills (disambiguation)

John Mills may refer to:

*John Mills (1908–2005), an Academy Award-winning British actor
*John Atta-Mills (born 1944), a Ghanaian politician and former vice-president
*John T. Mills (1817–1871), a Supreme Court Justice for the Republic of Texas
*John Burpee Mills (1850-1913), a Canadian lawyer and member of the House of Commons
*John Easton Mills (1796-1847), a Canadian politician who was briefly mayor of Montreal, Quebec
*John Mills (Australian politician), a New South Wales politician
*John Mills (1789-1871), a British soldier and politician
*John Mills (encyclopedist), an 18th century English encyclopedist
*John Mills (entrepreneur), (1806-1889), Scottish entrepreneur and astronomer
*John W. Mills (born 1933), a British sculptor
*John Mills (cricketer) (1905-1972), a New Zealand test cricketer
*John Mills (Georgian cricketer), an 18th century English cricketer

ee also

*John Stuart Mill (1806-1873), an influential English philosopher and political economist
*John Mill, a 17th century theologian

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