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John Washington

(1800—1863) naval officer and hydrographer


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John Macrae Washington (1797—1853)

Washington, John Edwin

Washington, John Macrae

Washington, John Macrae

Washington, John (1800-1863), naval officer and hydrographer

John Augustus Roebling (1806 - 1869) and Washington Augustus Roebling (1837 - 1926)

PETERSON, John Louis (born 1942), Canon for Global Justice and Reconciliation, Diocese of Washington, since 2005

BADDELEY, John Halkett (1920 - 1972), HM Diplomatic Service; Counsellor, HM Embassy, Washington, since 1972

SNYDER, John Wesley (1895 - 1985), Chairman, Harry S. Truman Scholarship Foundation, Washington, DC

RATTER, John (1908 - 1985), retired; Railway Adviser, World Bank, Washington DC, 1970–74

HEY, Anthony John Grenville (born 1946), Senior Data Science Fellow, eScience Institute, University of Washington, since 2015

MACDONALD, Hugh John (born 1940), Avis Blewett Professor of Music, Washington University, St Louis, 1987–2011, now Emeritus (Chair, Music Department, 1997–99)

HARWOOD, Michael John (born 1958), Head, British Defence Staff United States, and Defence Attaché, Washington, DC, 2008–12; Director, Matrix Blue Ltd, since 2012

CURZON-HOWE, Leicester Charles Assheton St John (1894 - 1941), Naval Attaché British Embassy, Washington, since 1938

JAMESON, John Franklin (1859 - 1937), Chief of the Division of MSS and Professor of American History in the Library of Congress, Washington, since 1928

MERRIAM, John Campbell (1869 - 1945), President, Carnegie Institution of Washington, 1921–38, President Emeritus since 1939; palæontologist, educator, administrator

THOMPSON, (John) Eric (Sidney) (1898 - 1975), retired from staff of Department of Archaeology, Carnegie Institution of Washington (1935–58)

ESCHENBACH, Christoph (born 1940), conductor and pianist; Music Director, National Symphony Orchestra and John F. Kennedy Center for Performing Arts, Washington, since 2010

HENDERSON, (John) Nicholas (1919 - 2009), HM Diplomatic Service, retired; re-appointed, Ambassador to Washington, 1979–82; author and company director

 
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