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John Gennings

(c. 1576—1660) Franciscan friar


'John Gennings' can also refer to...

Monash, Gen Sir John (1865–1931)

Moore, Lt Gen Sir John (1761–1809)

Hood, Lt Gen John Bell (1831–79)

STEAVENSON, Brig.-Gen. Charles John (1867 - 1933)

OLLIVANT, Brig.-Gen.) John Spencer (1872 - 1937)

Gennings [Geninges], John (c. 1576-1660), Franciscan friar

Fuller, Maj Gen John Frederick Charles (1878–1966)

Pershing, Gen John Joseph ‘Black Jack’ (1860–1948)

Le Marchant, Maj Gen John Gaspard (1766–1812)

Herbert, Ivor John Caradoc (1851 - 1933), JP; Lord Lieutenant, Monmouthshire; Major-Gen. (retired list) and Hon. Major-Gen. of the Canadian Militia

GENNINGS, John Frederick (1885 - 1955), Commissioner of Labour, Government of Bombay (retired)

MOLE, Charles Johns (1886 - 1962), Director-Gen. of Works, Ministry of Works, 1946–58, retired

SANDERS, John Owen (1892 - 1954), Member for Railways and Ports, 1951, and Gen. Man. Malayan Rly since 1946

PINK, Brig.-Gen.) Francis John (1857 - 1934), late Lt-Col Queen’s Royal West Surrey Regt

BLAKE, John (Lucian) (1898 - 1954), Comptroller-Gen. of Patents, Designs, and Trade-Marks since 1949

FOTHERINGHAM, John Taylor (1860 - 1940), Member of the Senate, Univ. of Toronto; Maj.-Gen. Canadian Militia; Maj.-Gen. CEF; ADMS 2nd Canadian Division, BEF; later, Director-General, Canadian Army Medical Service; Hon. Colonel, Canadian Army Med. Corps, 1924

CHAPMAN, Ernest John Collis (1876 - 1958), Gen. Secretary to British Empire Cancer Campaign from its inception in 1923 until 1946 when elected Member of Grand Council of the Campaign

PHILIPPS, Ivor (1861 - 1940), Governor Pembroke Castle; MP (L) Southampton, 1906–22; Parliamentary Secretary (Military) to the Ministry of Munitions of War, 1915; commanded Pembroke Yeomanry, 1908–12; Major, retired, Indian Army; Brig.-Gen. 1914; Maj.-Gen. 1915; Alderman Pembrokeshire County Council; Vice-Lieutenant Pembrokeshire; Knight of Justice Order of St John of Jerusalem

Gordon, John Campbell (1847 - 1934), Lord-Lieut. of Aberdeenshire since 1880; a Brig.-Gen. of the Royal Company of Archers; a Vice-President of the Royal Empire Society since 1891

 
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