John Brooks

John Brooks may refer to:

  • John Brooks (governor) (1752–1825), 11th Governor of Massachusetts
  • John Brooks (engraver) (fl. 1755), Irish engraver
  • Johnny Brooks (born 1931), English former footballer
  • John Brooks (rugby union) (born 1977), Harlequins rugby union player
  • John Brooks (writer) (1920–1993), financial journalist for The New Yorker magazine
  • John Brooks, Baron Brooks of Tremorfa (born 1927), Welsh politician and boxing functionary
  • John Brooks, Jr. (1783–1813), United States Marine Lieutenant, killed at Battle of Lake Erie
  • John Baguley Brooks (1856–1886), British Conservative MP
  • John Benson Brooks (1917–1999), American jazz pianist, songwriter, arranger, and composer
  • John C. Brooks (born 1937), North Carolina Labor Commissioner
  • John E. Brooks, former President of College of the Holy Cross
  • John "Kat" Brooks (born 1971), drum technician
  • Ferdinand Poulton (c. 1601–1641), Jesuit missionary who used the alias John Brooks for most of his life
  • John Brooks (racing driver) (born 1959), American race car driver
  • John Brooks (soccer) (born 1956), retired English soccer forward
  • John A. Brooks, religious scholar and prohibitionist

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John Brooks, Baron Brooks Of Tremorfa
... John Edward Brooks, Baron Brooks of Tremorfa DL (born 12 April 1927) is a Welsh politician and boxing functionary ... The son of Edward George Brooks and Rachel White, he was educated at Coleg Harlech ... Brooks is further chairman of the Welsh Sports Hall of Fame since 1988, and chairman of Sportsmatch Wales since 1992 ...

Famous quotes containing the word brooks:

    But can see better there, and laughing there
    Pity the giants wallowing on the plain.
    Pygmies expand in cold impossible air,
    Cry fie on the giantshine, poor glory which
    Pounds breast-bone punily, screeches, and has
    Reached no Alps: or, knows no Alps to reach.
    —Gwendolyn Brooks (b. 1917)