John (surname)

John (surname)

John as a surname may refer to

* Augustus John (1878-1961), Welsh artist
* Avery John (born 1975), Trinidadian footballer
* Caroline John, British actress
* Collins John (born 1985), Dutch footballer
* Adi Da, formerly Bubba Free John and Da Free John, Guru
* Dilwyn John (born 1944), former Welsh footballer
* Elton John (born 1947), British pop singer
* Fritz John (1910-1994), German mathematician
* Gwen John (1876-1939), Welsh artist, sister of Augustus John
* Little Willie John (1937-1968), musician
* Mable John (born 1930), singer
* Peter John, British politician
* Sunny Benjamin John (better known as SB John), well known Subcontinental singer
* Prester John, legendary figure
* Scatman John, American singer
* Stern John (born 1976), Trinidadian footballer
* Tommy John (born 1943), baseball player
* Danny John-Jules (born 1960), actor

ee also

* John (disambiguation)

British colonies also infused the last name John in many South Asian descendants. India, Pakistan and Sri Lanka are the good examples of this.

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