John Howe may refer to:
- John Howe (Australian settler) (1774–1852), Australian settler of Muswellbrook, New South Wales
- John Howe (bishop) (1920–2001), Episcopal bishop of St Andrews, Dunkeld and Dunblane
- John Howe (illustrator) (born 1957), Canadian book illustrator
- John Howe (loyalist) (1754–1835), American loyalist and printer
- John Howe (politician) (born 1963), American politician from Minnesota
- John Howe (puritan) (1630–1705), English Puritan theologian
- John F. G. Howe (born 1930), South African–born fighter pilot
- John Grobham Howe (died 1679) (1625–1679), British politician and MP for Gloucestershire
- John Grubham Howe (1657–1722), British politician
- John T. Howe, American mechanical engineer
- John W. Howe (1801–1873), American politician from Pennsylvania
- John W. Howe (bishop), Episcopal bishop of Central Florida
- Sir John Howe, 1st Baronet (died 1671), British politician and MP for Gloucestershire
- John Howe, 1st Baron Chedworth (died 1742), British MP for Gloucester and Wiltshire
- John Howe, 2nd Baron Chedworth (1714–1762), Lord Lieutenant of Gloucestershire
- John Howe, 4th Baron Chedworth (1754–1804), last Baron Chedworth
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... After his brief career as a spy, John returned to his usual work as printer, loyalist writer and postmaster in Halifax ... On October 16, 1808, John Howe's eldest son, John Howe, Jr ... In 1810, John Howe was appointed Justice of the Peace and Justice of the Inferior Court of Common Pleas ...
... Both were quite likely written and printed by John Howe, who would have been just a few months short of his 21st birthday ... John Howe witnessed, wrote, and printed the broadside describing the Battle of Bunker Hill ... at the battle to his youngest son, Joseph, in which he watched as General Sir William Howe led the final bayonet charge up the hill "with the bullets flying through the tails of his ...
... from an illustration Lee had once done for the book, though fellow illustrator and designer John Howe suggested a curved wall ... John Howe was the basic designer of the forces of evil ... The Uruk-hai were the first army approved by Jackson, and Howe also designed a special crossbow for the characters, one without the redundancy of opening to reload, the ...
... John Thynne Howe (18 February 1714 – 9 May 1762) was the eldest son of John Howe, 1st Baron Chedworth ... the barony by his younger brother Henry Frederick Howe, 3rd Baron Chedworth ... Berkeley Peerage of the United Kingdom Preceded by John Howe Baron Chedworth 1742–1762 Succeeded by Henry Howe Persondata Name Chedworth, John Thynne Howe, 2nd Baron ...
Famous quotes containing the words howe and/or john:
“In the beauty of the lilies Christ was born across the sea,
With a glory in His bosom that transfigures you and me;
As He died to make men holy, let us die to make men free;”
—Julia Ward Howe (18191910)
“You the one, I the few
said John Adams
speaking of fears in the abstract
to his volatile friend Mr. Jefferson,”
—Ezra Pound (18851972)