brown was the son of the clergyman. UK contract-bridge player and author John Brown (cyclist) (19161990 New Zealand cyclist John Brown (bodybuilder), American bodybuilder Jonny Brown (cyclist) (born 1997 American cyclist Jackie Brown (English boxer) (19091971 English boxer, born John Brown Religion edit John Brown (Covenanter) (16271685 Scottish Protestant martyr John Brown. (born 1933 Kentucky governor, 19791983. He was 48 years old when he published Rab and His Friends. His first writing was in response to a request for contributions to the notices of paintings exhibited by the Royal Scottish Academy.
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(Navajo) (19212009 American Navajo Code Talker during World War II John Harties Brown (18341905 Canadian soldier who fought in the American Civil War Doctors and professors edit John Brown (doctor) (17351788 Scottish physician who developed his own medical system John Brown (physician) (18101882 Scottish physician. Brown (corporate executive), formerly of Stryker Corporation John Macmillan Brown (18451935 Scottish-New Zealand academic, administrator and promoter of education for women John Carter Brown (17971874 book collector John Crosby Brown (18381909 partner in Brown Bros. He wrote comparatively little; but all he did write is good, some of it perfect, of its kind. 2 Brown was consulted in connection with a scheme of education which Catherine II of Russia desired to introduce into her dominions. Edinburgh: The Royal Society of Edinburgh. Young Brown was educated. Brown was the friend of many contemporaries, including. Brown was responsible for the first attempt to reform Handelian oratorio, in 1763. John Brown (17841858 and was born in, biggar, Scotland. Brown (18271889 Confederate general, Tennessee governor, (D). Brown, United States Army brigadier general; Chief Historian of the United States Army Center of Military History John Brown. Representative (R-VA, 18871889) John Henry Brown (18201895 Texas politician, historian, chaired Texas articles of Secession John.