John Wallace

John Wallace may refer to:

  • John Wallace (Australian politician) (1828–1901)
  • John Wallace (basketball) (born 1974), American basketball player
  • John Wallace (Canadian politician) (1812–1896), New Brunswick farmer and member of the Canadian House of Commons
  • John Wallace (cricketer) (born 1924), South African-born first-class cricketer, who played for Rhodesia
  • John Wallace (Florida politician) (1842–1908), Florida Republican politician
  • John Wallace (musician) (fl. 1971–present), American bassist and singer
  • John Wallace (New Zealand judge), chairman of the Royal Commission on the Electoral System, 1986
  • John Wallace (rower) (born 1962), Canadian rower
  • John Wallace (sailor) (1903–1990), American sailor
  • John Wallace (Scottish politician) (1868–1949), Member of Parliament for Dumfermline Burghs
  • John Wallace (UK musician), member of The Stargazers musical group
  • John Wallace (1896–1950), Georgia landowner and crime lord whose murder of a sharecropper is documented in Murder in Coweta County
  • John Alexander Wallace (1881–1961), Canadian politician
  • John Bruce Wallace, American musician and artist
  • John Clifford Wallace (born 1928), United States federal judge
  • John D. Wallace (born 1949), Canadian politician
  • John E. Wallace, Jr. (born 1942), former New Jersey Supreme Court justice
  • John Findlay Wallace, American engineer best known as the Chief Engineer of the Panama Canal between 1904 and 1906
  • John Graham Wallace (born 1966), English author of children's books
  • John Higgins Wallace, Jr. (1906–1989), American chemist
  • John L. Wallace (born 1956), Canadian medical scientist
  • John Michael Wallace, American atmospheric scientist
  • John-Paul Wallace (born 1976), English chess player
  • John William Wallace (1815–1884), American lawyer
  • John Winfield Wallace (1818–1889), US Congressman from Pennsylvania
  • John Stewart Wallace, British Member of Parliament for Limehouse, 1892–1895

Other articles related to "john wallace, wallace, john":

Murder In Coweta County - History
... John Wallace was a wealthy landowner in Meriwether County, Georgia, with virtually unlimited power in the county, including having the sheriff, Hardy Collier ... Wilson Turner, a sharecropper tenant, attempted to do extra bootlegging work without Wallace's permission and was fired by Wallace ... retaliated by stealing two cows for compensation that Turner felt Wallace owed ...
The Stargazers (1980s Group)
... in August 1980 and following a series of auditions Anders Janes, John Wallace and Danny Brittain were added to the line-up ... on guitar, Ricky Lee Brawn on drums, Chris Gardner on piano, Danny Brittain on lead vocals, John Wallace on sax and Tim "Trundle" Purkess (previously with the popular ... John Wallace resigned in October 2007, to concentrate on his other projects (The Hep Chaps and Heavyshift) and divides his spare time between freelance ...
Wallace, California - The Town's Name
... On the 1883 map of the town site is the name of the surveyor, John Herbert Wallace ... Historical Society, the town is named for John Herbert Wallace's father, John Wallace, who was a well-known engineer and surveyor in the area ... John Wallace was also an elder brother of Alfred Russel Wallace, a leading 19th century British naturalist who independently developed a theory of natural selection around the same time ...
John Wallace (musician)
... "Big" John Wallace was a bassist and backup singer for singer-songwriter Harry Chapin ... John gained membership to Harry's band by responding to an ad placed in the Village Voice in 1971 ... When Harry Chapin and his brothers went on tour in 1971, Harry asked Wallace to continue with his backing band as bass guitarist and backup vocalist ...

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