• John Finley Williamson

    John Finley Williamson (June 23, 1887 in Canton, Ohio – May 28, 1964 in Toledo, Ohio ) was the founder of Westminster Choir and co-founder of Westminster Choir College. He is considered to be one of the most influential choral conductors of the twentieth century. He was described by The New York Times as the "dean of American choral directors." He was a 1925 initiate of the Alpha Theta chapter of Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia fraternity, the national fraternity for men in music, at Miami University.

  • John Finley

    John Finley may refer to:

  • Finley, John

  • John Finley (Finleyville)

    John Finley was a pioneer settler of western Pennsylvania. He was born in Cecil County, Maryland and served in the American Revolution. After the war, he moved to Pennsylvania, and in 1788, purchased a land grant known as "Mount Pleasant" from James Barclay.

  • William John Finley Warren

    William John Finley Warren (December 14, 1873 – 1963 ) was a farmer, rancher and political figure in Saskatchewan. He represented Thunder Creek in the Legislative Assembly of Saskatchewan from 1921 to 1925 as a Progressive Party member.

  • John Finley (musician)

    John Finley (born May 6, 1945 in Toronto, Ontario ) is a Canadian singer/songwriter who came to prominence with Toronto R&B band Jon and Lee & The Checkmates and later with the Elektra supergroup Rhinoceros.

  • John Finley Crowe

    John Finley Crowe

    John Finley Crowe (June 16, 1787 - January 17, 1860) was a Presbyterian minister and the founder of Hanover College in Hanover, Indiana.

  • James "John" Finley Gruber

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