• John Squire

    John Squire

    Jonathan Thomas Squire (born 24 November 1962) is an English musician, songwriter and artist. He was the guitarist for the Stone Roses, a rock band in which he formed a songwriting partnership with lead singer Ian Brown. After leaving the Stone Roses he went on to found the Seahorses and has since released two solo albums. In 2007, Squire gave up music to fully commit to painting. However, he later returned to music when the Stone Roses reformed in 2011.

  • John Squire (disambiguation)

    John Squire is an English musician (born in 1962).

  • John Squire (British Army officer)

    John Squire (1780–1812) was a British Army officer who rose to become a brevet lieutenant-colonel in the Corps of Royal Engineers during the Napoleonic Wars. Being a writer and diarist who kept journals of his travels, these and his supporting role in some of military campaigning's great moments – Egypt in 1801, South America in 1807, Sweden in 1808, the Netherlands at various stages and Spain in 1811–12 – have made Squire a moderately well-known figure among scholars who study the era.

  • Stanley John Squire

    Stanley John Squire (November 24, 1915 – 1998) was a machinist and political figure in British Columbia. He represented Alberni in the Legislative Assembly of British Columbia from 1952 to 1966 as a Co-operative Commonwealth Federation and then New Democratic Party member.

  • John M Squire

    John Michael Squire is professor of structural biophysics in the University of London, a visiting professor at Imperial College London and a research fellow at the University of Bristol, where he researches muscle contraction and blood vessel glycocalyx structure. He is a Fellow of both the Institute of Physics and the Society of Biology. He is an emeritus member of the US Biophysical Society and an honorary member of the British Biophysical Society.

  • John Squires (soccer)

    John Young Squires (May 3, 1912 – July 25, 2006) was an American men's soccer coach. He coached the Connecticut Huskies between 1937 and 1941 and from 1946 to 1968. The 1943–1945 seasons were canceled due to World War II so the only season during that time that the Huskies played without Squires was 1942, when they were coached by Carl Fischer. Joe Morrone took over for Squires beginning in 1969.

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