John Morley (disambiguation) - Politicians

Politicians

  • John Morley (15th century MP) for Lancashire (UK Parliament constituency)
  • John Morley (died 1565), MP for Lewes
  • John Morley (died 1587) English MP for Wycombe and St Ives
  • Sir John Morley (died 1622) English MP for New Shoreham and Chichester
  • John Morley (Vermont politician)

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