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John Coker

(c. 1566—1635) Church of England clergyman and supposed antiquary


'John Coker' can also refer to...

Sir John Coke (1563—1644) politician

COKE, John Talbot (1841 - 1912)

COKE, Henry John (1827 - 1916), JP

COKE, John Gilbert de Odingsells (1874 - 1937)

Coke, Sir John (1563-1644), politician

COKER, William John (born 1950), QC 1994

VILLIERS-STUART, John Patrick (1879 - 1958), late Coke’s Rifles, Panjab Frontier Force

COKE, John (1807 - 1897), JP, DL; Major-General Indian Army (retired)

Coker, John (d. 1631/1635), Church of England clergyman and supposed antiquary

442. [Sir John Coke] to Elizabeth [in the Hague?] 10 April 1627

426. Elizabeth in the Hague to Sir John Coke 9 October 1626

Cok [Coke], John (c. 1393-c. 1468), Augustinian canon and compiler of the cartulary of St Bartholomew's Hospital, London

The Missing Chapters of John Donne’s Pseudo-Martyr: The Libri Carolini, Edward Coke and Robert Persons

COKE, John (Spencer) (1880 - 1957), Scots Guards, retired; Extra Gentleman Usher to the Queen since 1952 (Gentleman Usher in Ordinary, 1937–38, Extra Gentleman Usher, 1938–52, to King George VI); Equerry to Queen Mary, 1938–53

COBB, John William (1873 - 1950), Professor Emeritus University of Leeds; Dean of the Technological Faculty, 1920–22; Pro-Vice-Chancellor, 1925–29; Hon. Member Institution of Gas Engineers, Coke Oven Managers’ Association, North British Association of Gas Managers; William Young Memorial Lecturer, 1918; Hon. Secretary, Joint Research Committees of the University of Leeds with the Institution of Gas Engineers and the National Benzole Association

 
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