John Andrews (disambiguation)


John Andrews (disambiguation)

John Andrews may refer to:

* John Andrews (1746–1813), Colonial American clergyman
* John Andrews (architect), architect for the CN Tower in Toronto and Gund Hall at Harvard University
* John Andrews (baseball) (b. 1949), American baseball pitcher
* John Andrews (footballer) (b. 1950), English footballer
* John Andrews (House clerk), Clerk of the United States House of Representatives in 1947–1949
* John Andrews (Medal of Honor) (1821–?), U.S. Navy sailor awarded the Medal of Honor for actions during the Korean Expedition
* John Andrews (tennis), pro tennis player from the United States
* John Bertram Andrews (1880–1943), American economist
* John Lawson Ormrod Andrews (1903–1986), Northern Irish politician
* John Miller Andrews (1871–1956), Northern Irish politician
* John Nevins Andrews (1829–1883), Seventh-day Adventist leader
* John T. Andrews (1803–1894), U.S. Representative from New York

ee also

* John Andrew (disambiguation)


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