• John I

    John I may refer to:

  • John I. Rinaker

    John I. Rinaker

    John Irving Rinaker (November 1, 1830 – January 15, 1915) was a U.S. Representative from Illinois and a brigade commander in the Union Army during the American Civil War.

  • George John I, Count Palatine of Veldenz

    George John I, Count Palatine of Veldenz

    George John I (German: Georg Johann I.; sometimes called George Hans) (11 April 1543 – 18 April 1592) was the Duke of Veldenz from 1544 until 1592.

  • John I. Laskin

    John I. Laskin (born 1943) is a justice of the Court of Appeal for Ontario. He is a graduate of University of Toronto Faculty of Law. Prior to the court he practised law for 23 years.

  • John I of Pécs

    John I was bishop of Pécs in the Kingdom of Hungary between around 1142 and 1148. He is first mentioned in the list of witnesses of the charter issued for Split in Dalmatia in May 1142 by King Géza II of Hungary. John again witnessed a royal charter in 1146. One Bishop John is also mentioned in a charter of 1148, but his identification as the prelate in Pécs is uncertain, because the document also refers to Bishop Antimius whose name is identical with another bishop of Pécs.

  • John I. Yellott

    John I. Yellott

    John I. Yellott (October 25, 1908 – December 30, 1986) was a scientist internationally recognized as a pioneer in passive solar energy, and an inventor with many patents to his credit. In his honor the American Society of Mechanical Engineers (“ASME”) Solar Division confers a biannual "John I. Yellott Award" which "recognizes ASME members who have demonstrated sustained leadership within the Solar Energy Division, have a reputation for performing high-quality solar energy research and have made significant contributions to solar engineering through education, state or federal government service or in the private sector."

  • John I (bishop of Wrocław)

    John I, Bishop of Wrocław was an early Bishop of Wrocław. Very little is known of him except his office was from 1063 till his death in 1072. The historical records from his time in office are very sparse. Poland had been ravaged by a pagan uprising that left diocese of Wroclaw, founded a generation earlier, in a precarious condition. He spent most of his bishopric rebuilding the church. It is probable that he was the bishop who consecrated the cathedral built by Casimir the Restorer. He was succeeded by Piotr I.

  • John I. Sauls

    John I. Sauls

    John Irwin Sauls (born November 29, 1949) is a Republican member of the North Carolina General Assembly representing the state's fifty-first House district, including constituents in Harnett and Lee counties. He is a pastor from Sanford, North Carolina. In his first term in the state House he held the position of Republican Freshman Chair. He was re-elected to the House in 2016.

  • John I of Châlon-Auxerre

  • John I of Châtillon

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