• John Jewel

    John Jewel

    John Jewel (alias Jewell) (24 May 1522 – 23 September 1571) of Devon, England was Bishop of Salisbury from 1559 to 1571.

  • John Jewell

    John Edmund Valentine Jewell (31 January 1891 - 17 April 1966) was a cricketer who played 27 times for Orange Free State (and once for PW Sherwell's XI) between 1910–11 and 1925-26. He also played a handful of times for Surrey's Second XI. In first-class cricket he scored 1,485 runs at 28.55, with a top score of 168 in 1920-21; and took 19 wickets at 32.26, with best innings figures of 5-56 achieved in 1922-23.

  • John Jewell (footballer)

    John Jewell (born 1909, date of death unknown) was an English footballer who played as an outside forward. He played for several clubs in East Lancashire during his career, and made three appearances in the Football League while playing for Nelson.

  • John Sewel, Baron Sewel

    John Buttifant Sewel, Baron Sewel, CBE (born 15 January 1946) is a British politician, life peer, and former academic. He was the Chairman of Committees of the House of Lords, its deputy speaker. He is also a former senior vice principal of the University of Aberdeen and former parliamentary Under-Secretary of State.

  • John Jewell (Worcestershire cricketer)

    John Mark Herbert Jewell, born at Bloemfontein, South Africa on 3 May 1917 and died at Durban, South Africa on 29 October 1946, played first-class cricket for Worcestershire in two matches in the 1939 season.

  • John Jewell Penstone

    John Jewell Penstone (1817–1902) was a portrait and genre artist who worked with paint, but is known mainly for his engravings, and has been associated with the Pre-Raphaelite movement. The National Portrait Gallery in London holds two of his stipple engravings, along with a lithograph (printed by Nosworthy & Wells).

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  • John Buttifant Sewel, Baron Sewel

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