John Fleming (disambiguation)

John Fleming (disambiguation)

John Fleming may refer to:
* John Fleming (18th century), judge in Cumberland County, Virginia
* John Ambrose Fleming (born 1849), inventor of the Fleming Valve
* John Fleming (Canadian politician) (1819-1877), Canadian politician
* John Fleming (DJ) (born c. 1973), English trance producer and DJ
* John V. Fleming, Professor Emeritus at Princeton University
* John Fleming (1747-1829) (1747-1829), British MP for Gatton 1818-1820, Saltash 1820-1826
* John Fleming (1743-1802) (1749-1802), English landed proprietor and Tory MP for Southampton 1774-1780 and 1784-1790
* John Willis Fleming (1781-1844), English landed proprietor and Tory MP for Hampshire 1820-1831, South Hampshire 1835-1842
* John Fleming (1847-1925) (1847-1925), Scottish MP for Aberdeen South 1917-1918
* John Fleming (naturalist) (1785-1857), Scottish naturalist
*John Fleming (sport shooter), British sport shooter

;See also
*John Fleming Schrank, who attempted to assassinate Theodore Roosevelt
*Jack Fleming (1923-2001), sports announcer

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