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The basics
Quick Facts
Gender male
Death 1 January 1641
The details
Biography

John Moore may refer to:

People

Clergy

  • John Moore (1595?–1657), English clergyman; authored anti-enclosure pamphlets
  • John Moore (bishop of Ely) (1646–1714), British scholar
  • John Moore (Baptist) (1662–1726), English Baptist minister from Northampton
  • John Moore (archbishop of Canterbury) (1730–1805), Archbishop of Canterbury, Privy Counsellor
  • John Moore (bishop of St Augustine) (1834/5–1901), Bishop of St. Augustine, Florida, 1877–1901
  • John Moore (Methodist bishop) (1867–1948), Bishop of the Methodist Episcopal Church, South
  • John Moore (Bishop of Bauchi) (1942–2010), Bishop of Bauchi, Nigeria

Law and government

  • Sir John Moore (Australian judge) (1915–1998), President of the Australian Conciliation and Arbitration Commission
  • John Moore (Australian politician) (born 1936), Australian defence minister under John Howard
  • John Moore (Illinois) (1793–1863), Lieutenant Governor of Illinois
  • John Moore (Irish politician) (1767–1799), President of the Province of Connacht, Irish Republic
  • Sir John Moore (Lord Mayor) (1620–1702), English politician, MP for the City of London, 1685–1687
  • John Moore (Louisiana) (1788–1867), U.S. Congressman from Louisiana
  • John Moore (Mississippi politician) (born 1954), member of the Mississippi House of Representatives
  • John Moore (MP for Dover) (fl. 1584–1586), MP for Dover
  • John Moore (1756–1834) (1756–1834), Member of the Parliament of the United Kingdom who represented the constituency of Newry
  • John Moore (Quebec politician) (died 1858), contractor and political figure in Lower Canada
  • John Moore (regicide) (1599–1650), regicide of King Charles I of England
  • John Moore, Baron Moore of Lower Marsh (born 1937), British Cabinet minister under Margaret Thatcher
  • John Moore, 1st Baron Moore (died 1725), Irish politician
  • John C. Moore (Denver mayor) (1832–1915)
  • John Clarke Moore (1872–1943), Conservative member of the Canadian House of Commons
  • John D. J. Moore (1910–1988), United States Ambassador to Ireland, 1969–1975
  • John Douglas Moore (1843–1917), Ontario farmer and political figure
  • John E. Moore (born 1943), Lieutenant Governor of Kansas
  • John Francis Moore (politician) (1816–1870), Canadian politician
  • John H. Moore II (1927–2013), United States federal judge
  • John Isaac Moore (1856–1937), Acting Governor of Arkansas, 1907
  • John J. Moore (1920–1976), New York state senator
  • John M. Moore (1862–1940), U.S. Congressman from Texas
  • John T. Moore (1844–1917), Member of the Legislative Assembly of Alberta, 1905–1909
  • John Thomas Moore (1844–1917), Canadian businessman and politician
  • John Voce Moore (1826–1904), Lord Mayor of London, 1898–1899
  • John W. Moore (Missouri) (1840–1917), U.S. politician
  • John William Moore (1877–1941), U.S. Representative from Kentucky

Arts and entertainment

  • John Moore (piper) (1834–1894), Irish piper
  • John Moore (artist), South African artist
  • John Moore (American author) (born 1959), American author
  • John Moore (British author) (1907–1967), British author and pioneer conservationist
  • John Moore (bluegrass musician), mandolin player
  • John Moore (broadcaster) (born 1966), Canadian broadcaster, actor, and voice actor
  • John Moore (Manx poet), privateer and poet from the late 18th Century
  • John Moore (musician) (born 1964), musician with The Jesus and Mary Chain, Black Box Recorder
  • John Moore (director) (born 1970), film director, producer, and writer
  • John Moore (songwriter) (born 1969), songwriter and singer for the Northeast USA band 53 Days
  • John Moore (designer) (fl. 1960s), motion picture art director and production designer
  • John Moore (painter) (born 1941), an American artist and painter
  • John Moore (Scottish physician) (1729–1802), author of the 1789 novel Zeluco and father of General Sir John Moore
  • John Moore (stage manager) (1814-1893), British actor, prompter, and stage manager
  • John Francis Moore (writer), comic book writer
  • John Francis Moore (sculptor) (died 1809), see St. Nicolas' Church, North Stoneham
  • John Blair Moore (born 1948), American comic book writer/artist best known for Invaders from Home
  • John Weeks Moore (1807–?), editor of musical publications
  • Deacon John Moore (born 1941), New Orleans musician and bandleader
  • John Robert Moore (1890–1973), literary critic and student of Daniel Defoe
  • Jack D. Moore (1906–1998), American set decorator
  • John Collingham Moore (1829–1880), English artist

Sports

  • John Moore (footballer, born February 1943) (born 1943), Lincoln City F.C. winger/forward
  • John Moore (footballer, born December 1943) (born 1943), Scottish football player and manager (Luton Town)
  • John Moore (footballer, born 1945), footballer for Shrewsbury Town, Swansea City and Stoke City
  • John Moore (footballer, born 1966), English-born Hong Kong international player
  • John Moore (horseman) (born 1950), Australian racehorse trainer
  • John Moore (ice hockey) (born 1990), American ice hockey defenceman
  • John Moore (rugby league), rugby league footballer of the 1930s and '40s for England, and Bradford Northern
  • John Moore (cricketer) (1891–1980), Hampshire cricketer
  • Jack Moore (sportsman) (born 1911), English footballer, referee and tennis player
  • John Moore (cricketer, born 1943) (1943–2004), former English cricketer
  • John Doxie Moore (1911–1986), American basketball player and coach

Others

  • Sir John Moore, 1st Baronet (1718–1779), British Admiral
  • Sir John Moore (British Army officer) (1761–1809), British general, also known as Moore of Corunna
  • John Alexander Moore (1915–2002), American biologist
  • John Anderson Moore (1910–1944), US Naval officer
  • John B. Moore (engineer), Australian electrical engineer
  • John Bassett Moore (1860–1947), U.S. international jurist
  • John Bradford Moore (1855–?), pioneer in the Navajo rug trade
  • John Coleman Moore (1923–2016), American mathematician
  • John H. Moore (1939–2016), American anthropologist
  • John Hardman Moore (born 1954), British economist
  • John Henry Moore (Texas) (1800–1880), early Texas settler and an officer in the Texas Revolution
  • John Moore (Royal Navy officer) (1921–2010), submariner and editor of Jane's Fighting Ships
  • John Moore (anarchist) (1957–2002), British anarchist and professor
  • John Moore (patent), civil complainant about patent relating to his body's cell line
  • John Moore (physician) (1826–1907), US Army surgeon-general
  • John Percy Moore (1869–1965), American zoologist
  • John White Moore (1832–1913), US Naval officer
  • John Creed Moore (1824–1910), US Army officer, Confederate brigadier general, worked on Texas educational system
  • John Fitzallen Moore (born 1928), American physicist, the son of authors Virginia Moore and Louis Untermeyer
  • John Warren Moore (1827–1879), Confederate Officer, Sheriff and farmer from Mobile, Alabama

Ships

  • USS John A. Moore (FFG-19), US Navy frigate (1981–2000)
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