John McLean (disambiguation)


John McLean (disambiguation)

John McLean (1785–1861) was an Associate Justice of the United States Supreme Court.

John McLean may also refer to:

* John McLean (Illinois politician) (1791–1830), Illinois politician and U.S. Senator
* John McLean (Canadian politician) (1846–1936), Canadian politician from Prince Edward Island
* Jackie McLean (born 1932), American jazz musician
* Jack McLean, ice hockey player
* John McLean (athlete), runner who competed in the 1900 Olympic Games
* John Roll McLean (1848–1916), owner of "The Washington Post", "The Cincinnati Enquirer", and the Great Falls and Old Dominion Railroad
* John McLean (American football) (1878–?), head football coach at Missouri, 1903–1905

ee also

* John McClane, fictional character played by Bruce Willis in the 1988 film "Die Hard"
* John MacLean (disambiguation)


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