John Sterling


John Sterling

John Sterling may refer to:

*John Sterling (author) (1806–1844), British
*John Sterling (Heinlein), fictional character
*John Sterling (sportscaster) (born 1948), radio announcer for the New York Yankees
*John A. Sterling (1857-1918), American politician from Illinois
*John Whelan Sterling (1816-1885), chancellor of University of Wisconsin-Madison
*John William Sterling (1844-1918), philanthropist, major benefactor to Yale University.
*John Sterling Rockefeller, businessman, member of Rockefeller family.


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  • John Sterling (author) — John Sterling (20 July 1806 – 18 September 1844), was a British author.He was born at Kames Castle on the Isle of Bute. He belonged to a family of Scottish origin which had settled in Ireland during the Cromwellian period. His father was Edward… …   Wikipedia

  • John Sterling Rockefeller — (October 28, 1904 New York City ndash; May 10, 1988 Greenwich, Connecticut) is the fourth son of William Goodsell Rockefeller (1870 ndash;1922) and Sarah Elizabeth Stillman (1872 ndash;1935). Rockefeller is a grandson of Standard Oil co founder,… …   Wikipedia

  • John Sterling (sportscaster) — Infobox sports announcer bgcolor = name = John Sterling imagesize = caption = birthname = birthdate = birth date and age|1938|7|4 birthplace = deathdate = deathplace = othername = team(s) = New York Yankees (YES Network and WCBS AM) team… …   Wikipedia

  • John Sterling Kingsley — Pour les articles homonymes, voir Kingsley. John Sterling Kingsley est un zoologiste américain, né le 7 avril 1854 à Cincinnati et mort le 29 août 1929. Il est le fils de Lewis et de Julia A. (née Kingman) Kingsley. Il obtient son Bachelor of… …   Wikipédia en Français

  • The Life of John Sterling — was a biography of the Scottish author John Sterling (1806 1844), written by his friend, the Scottish essayist and historian, Thomas Carlyle. It was first published in 1851.John Sterling was a colleague and friend of Carlyle, but achieved far… …   Wikipedia

  • Sterling — may refer to: * Sterling College (Kansas), a college in Sterling, Kansas, USA * Sterling College (Vermont), a small college in northern Vermont, USA * Sterling silver, a grade of silver * Pound sterling, the currency of the United Kingdom *… …   Wikipedia

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  • John D. Rockefeller, Jr. — John Davison Rockefeller, Jr. John D. Rockefeller Jr. Born January 29, 1874(1874 01 29) Cleveland, Ohio, U.S …   Wikipedia

  • John Gardner — may refer to:Arts and literature*John Gardner (composer) (born 1917), British composer *John Gardner (novelist) (1933 ndash;1982), American novelist and educator, author of Grendel *John Gardner (thriller writer) (1926 ndash;2007), British author …   Wikipedia

  • John Smith House — can refer to one of the following structures:England * John Smith House (Southwark), LondonScotland * John Smith House, Glasgow, headquarters of the Scottish Labour PartyUnited States * Listings on the National Register of Historic Places: **… …   Wikipedia


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