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John Hawkins

Sir John Hawkins (1532–1595) was an English admiral.

John Hawkins may also refer to:

  • Sir John Hawkins (author) (1719–1789), music historian
  • John Hawkins (Canadian composer) (1944–2007), Canadian classical composer
  • John Hawkins (columnist) (born 1971), conservative blogger and columnist
  • John Hawkins (diplomat), in charge of British embassy in Paris in 1626–1627
  • John Hawkins (geologist) (1761–1841), Cornish traveller and geologist
  • John Hawkins (MP) (1611–?), English politician
  • John Hawkins (priest) (1903–1965), Archdeacon of Totnes
  • John A. Hawkins, professor of linguistics at the University of Cambridge and UC Davis
  • John A. Hawkins (New York) (1864–1941), New York politician
  • John Clifford Hawkins (1879–?), lawyer, politician
  • John D. Hawkins (born 1968), Republican member of the South Carolina Senate
  • John Heywood Hawkins (1802–1877) son of the geologist, British Member of Parliament for Mitchell 1830–1831, Newport 1833–1841
  • John Isaac Hawkins (1772–1855), co-inventor of the ever-pointed pencil
  • John J. Hawkins (1855–1935), American jurist and politician in the Arizona Territory
  • John Joseph Hawkins (1840–1916), grocer and political figure in Ontario, Canada
  • John Parker Hawkins (1830–1914), U.S. Civil War brigadier general
  • Big Hawk (John Edward Hawkins, 1969–2006), rapper from Houston, Texas
  • John Hawkins (1772–1855) British inventor of the physiognotrace
  • John Hawkins, co-composer of the 1964 musical Canterbury Tales

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