Jean-Baptiste is a male French name, originating with Saint John the Baptist, and may refer to any of the following:
Wadsen Jean-Baptiste (raised in Fort Pierce, Florida) is an American student and football player.
Jean-Baptiste Tavernier (1605 – 1689) was a 17th-century French gem merchant and traveler. Tavernier, a private individual and merchant traveling at his own expense, covered, by his own account, 60,000 leagues (120,000 miles) in making six voyages to Persia and India between the years 1630 and 1668. In 1675, Tavernier, at the behest of his patron Louis XIV, published Les Six Voyages de Jean-Baptiste Tavernier (Six Voyages, 1676).
Jean-Baptiste Troppmann (October 5, 1849 – January 19, 1870) was a French spree killer who between August 24 and September 19, 1869, murdered eight members of the Kinck family, including six children aged between 2 and 16 years old, in order to gain access to their money. He was caught at the port of Le Havre at the end of September 1869 while attempting to flee the country.
Jean-Baptiste Leschenault de La Tour
Jean-Baptiste Louis Claude Théodore Leschenault de La Tour (13 November 1773 – 14 March 1826) was a French botanist and ornithologist.
Jean-Baptiste Germain (in Occitan Joan Baptista Germain) was an 18th-century Occitan writer from Provence. He was also a French diplomat in Algeria at the service of the Compagnie Royale d'Afrique.
Jean-Baptiste Baudoin (11 January 1831 in Juniville, France – 15 November 1875 in Juniville ) was a French Catholic priest and missionary in Iceland.
Jean-Baptiste Pussin (1746–1811) was a hospital superintendent who, along with his wife and colleague Marguerite, established more humane treatment of patients with mental disorders in 19th-century France. They helped physician Philippe Pinel appreciate and implement their approach which, together with similar initiatives in other countries, became known as moral treatment.
Jean-Baptiste Drouart de Bousset
Jean-Baptiste Drouard de Bousset (1662 - 3 October 1725) was a French baroque composer.