John Hay


John Hay
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John Hay peut faire référence à :

  • John Hay, 1er Lord Hay de Yester (d. c1508)
  • John Hay of Cromlix (1691–1740), noble jacobite
  • John Hay (1838–1905), homme politique américain, assistant de Lincoln et secrétaire d'État de 1898 à 1905
  • John Hay (1964), réalisateur britannique
  • John Hay (1919–1998), homme politique conservateur britannique
  • John B. Hay (1834-1916), homme politique américain de l'Illinois
  • John Charles Dalrymple Hay (1821–1912), amiral britannique et membre conservateur du Parlement
  • John MacDougall Hay (1880–1919), romancier écossais
  • Sir John Hay (1788–1838), baron britannique et membre du Parlement
  • John Hay (1873-1959), cardiologue
  • John Hay (1862-1925), homme politique canadien

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  • John Hay Whitney — (August 27, 1904 February 8, 1982), colloquially known as Jock Whitney, was U.S. Ambassador to the United Kingdom, publisher of the New York Herald Tribune , and a member of the Whitney family.FamilyBorn August 27, 1904, in Ellsworth, Maine,… …   Wikipedia

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  • John Hay High School — is a public high school located in Cleveland, Ohio. John Hay is part of the Cleveland Metropolitan School District, with grade levels including 9th through 12th. The neoclassical school was designed by Cleveland Schools architect George Hopkinson …   Wikipedia

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