John Willes


John Willes

John Willes may refer to:

* John Willes (judge) (1685-1761), British Attorney General and Chief Justice of Common Pleas, also a Member of Parliament 1724–1737
* John Willes (1721-1784), British Member of Parliament 1746–1761
* John Willes (cricketer) (1778–1852), English cricketer


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