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John Hamilton

John Hamilton

Scottish songwriter
John Hamilton
The basics

Quick Facts

Intro Scottish songwriter
Was Songwriter
From United Kingdom
Type Music
Gender male
Birth 17 January 1761
Death 17 January 1814 (aged 53 years)
The details (from wikipedia)

Biography

John Hamilton may refer to:

Nobility

  • John Hamilton of Cadzow, 4th Laird of Cadzow (before 1370 – c. 1402) Scottish nobleman and soldier
  • John Hamilton, 1st Marquess of Hamilton (c. 1535–1604), Scottish nobleman
  • John Hamilton, 2nd Lord Bargany (c. 1640–1693), Scottish peer and soldier
  • John Hamilton, 1st Lord Belhaven and Stenton (died 1679), Scottish peer
  • John Hamilton, 2nd Lord Belhaven and Stenton (1656–1708), Scottish politician and critic of the 1707 Acts of Union
  • John Hamilton, 1st Marquess of Abercorn (1756–1818), Scottish nobleman
  • John Hamilton, 1st Baron Hamilton of Dalzell (1829–1900), Scottish soldier and politician
  • John Hamilton, 1st Viscount Sumner (1859–1934), British law lord
  • John Hamilton, 17th century Lord Bargany
  • John Hamilton, 4th Earl of Haddington (1626–1669), Scottish nobleman

Religion

  • John Hamilton (archbishop of St Andrews) (1512–1571), Scottish politician, Archbishop of St Andrews, Keeper of the Privy Seal
  • John Hamilton (controversialist) (1547–1611), Scottish Catholic controversialist
  • John Hamilton of Blair, 17th century Church of Scotland minister and bishop
  • John William Hamilton (1845–1934), American, Bishop of the Methodist Episcopal Church

Politics

  • John Hamilton (1656–1713), MP for Dungannon and Augher (Parliament of Ireland constituency)
  • John Hamilton (Donegal MP), MP for St Johnstown and Donegal Borough (Parliament of Ireland constituency)
  • John Hamilton (Wendover MP) (1685–1757), English MP for Wendover
  • John Hamilton (died 1757), MP for Dundalk and Carlow Borough (Parliament of Ireland constituency)
  • John Hamilton (1715–1796), Scottish politician, MP for Wigtown Burghs and Wigtownshire
  • John Hamilton (1751–1804), Scottish politician, MP for Haddingtonshire
  • John Hamilton (congressman) (1754–1837), American politician and Pennsylvania Congressman
  • John H. Hamilton, Jr. (1919–1986), Pennsylvania politician
  • John Hamilton (Ontario politician) (1802–1882), Canadian Senator representing Ontario
  • John Hamilton (Quebec politician) (1827–1888), Canadian Senator representing Quebec
  • John Taylor Hamilton (1843–1925), US Representative from Iowa
  • John Marshall Hamilton (1847–1905), governor of Illinois
  • John M. Hamilton (1855–1916), US Representative from West Virginia
  • John Ronald Hamilton (1871–1940), New Zealand politician
  • John B. Hamilton (1847–1898), U.S. Surgeon General
  • John Borden Hamilton (1913–2005), Canadian lawyer and politician
  • John Hamilton (Kansas) (c. 1892–1973), American politician and chairman of the Republican National Committee
  • John Hamilton (Liverpool) (1922–2006), Leader of Liverpool City Council 1983–1986
  • John Robinson Hamilton (1808–1870), Canadian lawyer and political figure in Quebec
  • John Hamilton (Australian politician) (1841–1916), member of the Queensland Legislative Assembly
  • John Hamilton (New Jersey), American politician
  • John Claude Hamilton (1854–?), Canadian politician

Military

  • John Hamilton (American Revolution) (died 1816), Loyalist military officer in the American Revolutionary War
  • Sir John Hamilton, 1st Baronet, of Woodbrook (1755–1835), British and Portuguese general of the Napoleonic Wars
  • John Patrick Hamilton (1896–1961), Australian recipient of the Victoria Cross
  • John Brown Hamilton (1896–1973), Scottish recipient of the Victoria Cross
  • John Hamilton (artist) (1919–1993), British army officer and artist
  • John Hamilton (RNZAF officer), former Chief of the Royal New Zealand Air Force
  • John Graham Hamilton (1910–1994), British admiral
  • John Hamilton (Royal Navy officer) (1714–1755), British naval officer
  • John Hamilton (British Army officer) (1724−1802), British Army Officer who served in served in North America

Sports

  • John Hamilton (footballer, born 1880) (1880–?), Scottish footballer for West Ham United
  • Johnny Hamilton (footballer, born 1935) (1935–2013), Scottish footballer for Heart of Midlothian
  • Johnny Hamilton (footballer, born 1949) (1949–2015), Scottish footballer for Hibernian and Rangers
  • John Hamilton (Australian rules footballer) (1891–1964), Australian footballer for Fitzroy

Other uses

  • John Hamilton (1761–1812), architect and builder in Edinburgh's First New Town, uncle of Thomas Hamilton (architect)
  • John Hamilton (actor) (1887–1958), American actor
  • John "Bugs" Hamilton (1911-1947), American trumpeter
  • John F. Hamilton (1893–1967), American actor
  • John Hamilton (musician, scholar) (born 1963), one of the founders of the group Tiny Lights
  • John Hamilton (gangster) (1899–1934), Canadian murderer and bank-robber and associate of John Dillinger
  • Jon Hamilton, scientist and NPR correspondent
  • John Church Hamilton (1792–1882), son of the American founding father Alexander Hamilton
  • John McLure Hamilton (1853–1936), Anglo-American artist
  • John R. Hamilton (photographer), (1923-1997) American photographer
  • John R. Hamilton (architect), English architect who moved to Ohio
  • John Maxwell Hamilton (born 1942), journalist, civil servant and educator
  • John Hamilton (university chancellor) (1851–1939), Quebec merchant and chancellor of Bishop's University, Lennoxville, Quebec
  • John Randle Hamilton (born 1944), American diplomat
  • Sterling Hayden (1916–1986), American actor who operated under the code name "John Hamilton" as an agent for the Office of Strategic Services in World War II
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