John Hall

(c. 1575—1635) physician

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ADDERLEY, Hubert John Broughton- (1860 - 1931), owner of Barlaston Hall, Stoke-on-Trent, Coton Hall, Sudbury, Derby, Tunstall Hall, Market Drayton

Anderson, John (1882 - 1958), Chairman of Directors of Royal Opera House, Covent Garden; Chairman, the Royal Ballet; Chairman, British Postgraduate Medical Federation; Visitor of Bedford College; Chairman Council of Toynbee Hall; Member BBC General Advisory Council

BARROW, John David (born 1952), Professor of Mathematical Sciences, Department of Applied Mathematics and Theoretical Physics, University of Cambridge, since 1999; Fellow, Clare Hall, Cambridge, since 1999 (Vice President, 2004–07); Director, Millennium Mathematics Project, Cambridge, since 1999

BAUCKHAM, Richard John (born 1946), Professor of New Testament Studies, 1992–2007, and Bishop Wardlaw Professor, 2000–07, St Mary’s College, University of St Andrews, now Emeritus Professor; Senior Scholar, Ridley Hall, Cambridge, since 2007

Bert S. Hall. Weapons and Warfare in Renaissance Europe: Gunpowder, Technology, and Tactics. (Johns Hopkins Studies in the History of Technology, number 22.) Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press. 1997. Pp. xiii, 300. $29.95

BEST, John Victor Hall (died 1972), President of the Australian Dental Association, 1940–44 and 1950–54 (Vice-President, 1948–50)

BIRCH, John Anthony (1929 - 2012), Curator-Organist, Royal Albert Hall, since 1984; Professor, Royal College of Music, 1959–97, then Consultant; Organist: to the Royal Choral Society, since 1966; of the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, since 1983

BOLTON, John Eveleigh (1920 - 2003), DL; Chairman and Managing Director, Growth Capital Ltd, since 1968; Chairman: Hall Bolton Estates Ltd; Riverview Investments Ltd

BRUNNER, John (Fowler) (1865 - 1929), Chairman of Madeley Collieries, Ltd, and Park Hall Colliery, Ltd; Director of Shirebrook Colliery, Ltd, Oxford and Shipton Cement Co., Ltd; and Co-partnership Tenants, Ltd; Life Member of the Council of Cheltenham College

BRYDEN, David John (born 1943), Property Manager, Felbrigg Hall and Sheringham Park, National Trust, 1997–2001

CARTER, John Hilton (died 1926), in Masonry—Past Grand Deacon of England (PGD); Manager and Secretary of the Royal Albert Hall since 1901

CHRISTIAN, John Wyrill (1926 - 2001), Professor of Physical Metallurgy, Oxford University, 1967–88, then Emeritus; Fellow of St Edmund Hall, Oxford, 1963–93, then Emeritus

CLARKSON, (Peter) John (born 1961), Professor of Engineering Design, since 2004, and Director, Cambridge Engineering Design Centre, since 1997, University of Cambridge; Fellow, Trinity Hall, Cambridge, since 1995 (Vice Master, 2009–13)

CLEMENT, John (born 1932), Chairman: Culpho Consultants, since 1991; Tuddenham Hall Foods, since 1991

COALES, John Flavell (1907 - 1999), Professor of Engineering, Cambridge University, 1965–74, then Emeritus; Fellow of Clare Hall, Cambridge, 1964–74, then Emeritus

COTTON, Christopher John Pott (born 1950), Chief Executive, Royal Albert Hall, since 2010

COWDREY, (Herbert Edward) John (1926 - 2009), Emeritus Fellow, St Edmund Hall, Oxford, since 1994 (Senior Research Fellow in Modern History, 1987–94)

CRAMPTON, Richard John (born 1940), Professor of East European History, University of Oxford, 1996–2006; Fellow of St Edmund Hall, Oxford, 1990–2006, now Emeritus

Crucifixion in the Concert Hall: Secular and Sacred in James Macmillan's Passion of St John

DALLY, John Frederick Halls (died 1944), Consulting Physician to Mount Vernon Hospital; Senior Physician to St Marylebone and Western General Dispensary and Director of the Children’s Supervisory Centre for Rheumatism and Rheumatic Heart Disease; Medical Supt Bromsgrove Emergency Hospital, Worcestershire; Consulting Physician to Sutton War Emergency Hospital, to Philanthropic Society’s School, Redhill and to the Shriners Hospital, Montreal; Editor, West London Journal; Vice-President Chelsea Clinical Society; Member of St Marylebone War Committee; late Chairman, Special Neurological Board of Ministry of Pensions

Daryl Hall & John Oates (Hall And Oates album)

DAY, Charles (1868 - 1949), Vice-Chairman Mirrlees Watson Co. Ltd, and of John Hall & Son (Oldham) Ltd

DENISON, John Law (1911 - 2006), Hon. RAM; Hon. GSM; Director, South Bank Concert Halls (formerly General Manager, Royal Festival Hall), 1965–76; Chairman, Arts Educational Schools, 1977–91

Denison-Pender, John Jocelyn (1907 - 1965), Governor, Cable and Wireless (Holding) Ltd; Chairman: Cables Investment Trust Ltd; Globe Telegraph and Trust Co. Ltd; African Direct Telegraph and Trust Co. Ltd; Eastern and South African Investment Trust Co. Ltd; Electra Finance Co. Ltd; Second Electra Finance Co. Ltd; Third Electra Finance Co. Ltd; Electra House Ltd; Director: Direct Spanish Telegraph Co. Ltd; Commercial Union Assurance Co. Ltd; Pres., Royal Albert Hall, since 1952; Vice-Chm. Board of Governors of Charing Cross Hosp., since 1960

DENTON, John Douglas (born 1939), Professor of Turbomachinery Aerodynamics, Cambridge University, 1991–2005; Fellow of Trinity Hall, Cambridge, 1977–2005, now Emeritus (Vice-Master, 2002–05)

DICKIE, John (1875 - 1942), Principal (since 1928) and Professor of Systematic Theology (since 1909), the Theological Hall, Knox College, Dunedin; Gunning Lecturer in Edinburgh University for term 1937–40

DINGLE, John Thomas (born 1927), President, Hughes Hall, Cambridge, 1993–98 (Hon. Fellow, 1998)

EDEN, Richard John (born 1922), Professor of Energy Studies, Cavendish Laboratory, University of Cambridge, 1982–89, now Emeritus; Fellow of Clare Hall, Cambridge, 1966–89, now Emeritus (Vice-President, 1987–89; Hon. Fellow, 1993)

Edwards, John Francis Hall- (1858-1926), surgeon and radiographer

ELLERMAN, John Reeves (1862 - 1933), controlling owner of the Ellerman, City, Hall, and Bucknall Lines, and other steamship tonnage, formerly principal owner of Leyland Line


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(c. 1575–1635),

Shakespeare's son-in-law, born in Bedfordshire and (like his father Dr William Hall) a physician. He graduated from Queens' College, Cambridge, in 1593–4 and took his MA in 1597. ...

Subjects: Shakespeare studies and criticism.

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