John Cooke

John Cooke

John Cooke may refer to:

* John Cooke (Mayflower passenger) (c. 1607–1695), teenage passenger on the Mayflower, son of Francis Cooke
* John Cooke (composer), 15th–century composer
* John Cooke (cricketer)
* John Cooke (prosecutor), prosecutor in the 1649 trial of Charles I of England
* John Cooke (pirate) (died 1683), English pirate
* John Cooke (MP) (1649–1726), Member of Parliament for Midhurst 1681–1685 and Arundel 1694–1695 and 1698–1702
* John Cooke (Naval officer) (1763–1805), British captain killed at the Battle of Trafalgar
* Sir John Cooke (1666–1710), civil lawyer and Dean of Arches
* John Cooke (academic), Vice-Chancellor of Oxford University
* John Cooke (entrepreneur) (1824–1882), American locomotive industrialist, founder of Cooke Locomotive Works
* John Cooke (painter), 19th century English painter of seascapes and garden designer at Biddulph Grange
* John Esten Cooke (1830–1886), Confederate Army officer and novelist
* John Cooke (rower) (born 1937), American rower at the 1956 Olympics
* John D. Cooke (born 1944), Irish judge at the European Court of First Instance

ee also

*John Cook (disambiguation)
*John Coke, pronounced and sometimes spelt Cooke, English politician
*John Coke (EICo), military leader

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  • John Cooke (prosecutor) — John Cooke (1608 thinsp; ndash; thinsp;16 October 1660 ) (sometimes spelt John Cook) was the first Solicitor General of the English Commonwealth and led the prosecution of Charles I. Following the English Restoration, Cooke was convicted of… …   Wikipedia

  • John Cooke (entrepreneur) — John Cooke (1824 ndash;1882) was one of the principals of Cooke Locomotive Works, one of the constituent companies that made up American Locomotive Company in the merger of 1901.Cooke was born in Montreal, Canada, but sought his fortune in the… …   Wikipedia

  • John Cooke (cricketer) — John Cooke (March 7, 1851 mdash; November 22, 1908) was an English cricketer. He was a right handed batsman and a wicket keeper who played for Derbyshire during the 1874 season.Cooke played one game for Derbyshire in which he was out for a duck… …   Wikipedia

  • John Cooke Bourne — (1814 ndash;1896) was an artist and engraver. He is best known for his lithographs showing the construction of the London to Birmingham and Great Western Railways.References* [ line/jcook/ The Life and Works of… …   Wikipedia

  • John Cooke (rower) — John Cooke (born April 9, 1937) is an American competition rower and Olympic champion.He competed at the 1956 Summer Olympics in Melbourne, where he received a gold medal in eights with the American team.… …   Wikipedia

  • John Cooke (Royal Navy officer) — Infobox Military Person name= John Cooke lived= 1763 ndash; 21 October 1805 placeofbirth= placeofdeath= HMS Bellerophon , off Cape Trafalgar caption= John Cooke nickname= allegiance= flagicon|United Kingdom United Kingdom serviceyears= 1776 to… …   Wikipedia

  • Cooke — steht für: Cooke Optics, britischer Optikhersteller Orte in den USA: Cooke County, Texas Cooke Township, Pennsylvania Personen: Alan Cooke (* 1966), englischer Tischtennisspieler Alistair Cooke (1908–2004), britisch US amerikanischer Journalist… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Cooke — is the surname of several notable people: Alan Cooke, British actor Alexander Cooke (d. 1614), English actor Alfred Tyrone Cooke, of the Indo Pakistani wars Alistair Cooke KBE (1908 2004), journalist and broadcaster Amos Starr Cooke (1810–1871),… …   Wikipedia

  • John Cook — is the name of:*John Cook (regicide) (1608 1660), English Solicitor General and regicide *John Cook (governor) (1730 1789), American farmer and governor of Delaware *John Cook (Ontario politician) (1791 1877), political figure in Upper Canada… …   Wikipedia

  • John Montagu, Fourth Earl of Sandwich — John Montagu, 4. Earl of Sandwich (* 3. November 1718; † 30. April 1792) war ein britischer Diplomat und Staatsmann. Er ist heute vor allem bekannt durch das nach ihm benannte belegte Brot, das Sandwich. John Montagu, 4. Earl of Sandwich… …   Deutsch Wikipedia