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  • John Louis Clarke — (May 10, 1881 November 20, 1970) was a Blackfoot wood carver from Montana. Biography His Blackfoot name was Cutapuis. He became deaf from scarlet fever in childhood in an outbreak that killed five of his brothers …   Wikipedia

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  • John Gibson (sculptor) — John Gibson, (June 19, 1790 Death date and age|1866|01|27|1790|06|19) was a Welsh sculptor.LifeEarly lifeHe was born near Conwy, Wales, his father being a market gardener. To his mother, whom he described as ruling his father and all the family,… …   Wikipedia

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  • John Dickson Carr — (November 30, 1906 ndash;February 27, 1977) was an American author of detective stories, who also published under the pen names Carter Dickson, Carr Dickson and Roger Fairbairn. He is generally regarded as one of the greatest writers of so called …   Wikipedia

  • John Allen —     ♦ John Allen     † Catholic Encyclopedia ► John Allen     (1476 1534)     Archbishop of Dublin, canonist, and Chancellor of Ireland. He was educated at Oxford and Cambridge, graduated in the latter place, and spent some years in Italy, partly …   Catholic encyclopedia

  • John Alen — (1476 1534) was an English canon lawyer, Archbishop of Dublin, and Chancellor of Ireland.LifeHe was educated at Oxford and Cambridge, graduated in the latter place, and spent some years in Italy, partly at Rome, for studies and for business of… …   Wikipedia