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John Robinson


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John Robinson (1576—1625) Church of England clergyman and separatist theologian

John Robinson (1650—1723) bishop of London and diplomatist

John Robinson (1682—1762) organist

John Robinson (1705—1766) planter and politician in America

John Robinson (1715—1745) portrait painter

John Robinson (1617—1681) royalist army officer

John Robinson (1727—1802) politician

John Robinson (1774—1840) historian

John Robinson (c. 1540—1598) Church of England clergyman and college head

John Robinson (1919—1983) bishop of Woolwich and biblical scholar

Robinson John

Robinson, John

Robinson, John

ROBINSON, John (1839 - 1929)

(John) Thomas Romney Robinson (1793—1882) astronomer and physicist

John Armstrong Robinson (1925—1998) diplomatist

John Cleveland Robinson (1817—1897)

John Ebdon Robinson (1923—2005) planetarium director and broadcaster

John George Robinson (1856—1943) mechanical engineer

 

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B. Australia. Robinson’s place in Australian rock history is secured as co-writer of the Blackfeather song ‘Seasons of Change’, generally considered an Australian 70s rock classic. However, Robinson’s inventive guitar ...

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