John Lynch (disambiguation)

John Lynch (disambiguation)

John Lynch is the name of:
* John Lynch (born 1952), the governor of U.S. state of New Hampshire (2005— )
* John Lynch (1740-1820), founder of the city of Lynchburg, Virginia
* John Lynch (1798-1884), Canadian pioneer, farmer and essayist
* John Lynch (actor) (born 1961), actor from Northern Ireland
* John Lynch (clergyman), former Dean of Canterbury
* John Lynch (comics), Wildstorm Comics character
* John Lynch (historian), historian of the Spanish American revolutions
* John Lynch (Kerry politician) (1889–1957) Irish Fine Gael party TD for Kerry North, later Senator
* John Lynch (linguist), Professor at the University of the South Pacific in Port Vila, Vanuatu
* John Lynch (congressman) (1825–1892), U.S. Congressman from Maine
* John Lynch (American football) (born 1971), the American football player
* John Lynch (Pennsylvania), U.S. Congressman from Pennsylvania
* John Lynch (radio), founder and president of Broadcast Company of the Americas
* John A. Lynch, Jr., a New Jersey politician, convicted of fraud
* John A. Lynch, Sr., a New Jersey politician
* John A. Lynch, Sr. Memorial Bridge, a New Jersey bridge named for Lynch, Sr.
* John G. Lynch, Jr., Roy J. Bostock Professor of Marketing, Duke University Fuqua School of Business
* John R. Lynch (1847–1939), a black U.S. politician after the American Civil War
* John Lynch (Australian politician), member of the Australian House of Representatives from 1914-1919

See also

* Jack Lynch (disambiguation)

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