John Bacon - Politics

Politics

  • John Bacon (Massachusetts) (1738-1820), US Representative from Massachusetts
  • John F. Bacon (1789–1860), Clerk of the New York State Senate, and U.S. Consul at Nassau, Bahamas
  • John L. Bacon (1878–1961), Mayor of San Diego, California
  • John Bacon (MP) (died 1576), MP for Great Yarmouth (UK Parliament constituency)

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