• John Van de Kamp

    John Van de Kamp

    John Kalar Van de Kamp (February 7, 1936 – March 14, 2017) was an American politician. He served as Los Angeles County District Attorney from 1975 until 1981, and then as the 28th Attorney General of California from 1983 until 1991.

  • John IV van de Werve, 7th Lord of Hovorst

    John IV van de Werve, 7th Lord of Hovorst (died 1622) was a Flemish noble and knight.

  • John II van de Werve, Lord of Hovorst

  • John III van de Werve, Lord of Hovorst

    John II van de Werve (Antwerp, 1522-1576), Lord of Hovorst, Vierseldijk and Boechout was a member of the nobility and of the civic government of Antwerp.

  • William John Bates van de Weyer

    William John Bates van de Weyer (1870–1946) was a major in the British Army who won more lasting fame in horticulture as the first to hybridize a South American species of Buddleja with an Asiatic species while on leave during World War I.

  • John van Salee de Grasse

    John van Salee de Grasse (1825–1868) (Note: His birthdate is also given as 6 June 1826.) was the first African American to be formally educated as a doctor in the United States, studying first at the Oneida Institute and then getting his degree from Bowdoin College's medical school. He set up his practice in Boston, Massachusetts, where he was the first African American to become a member of the Massachusetts Medical Society (or any medical society in the US). Born in New York City, he was of multiracial ancestry: his father was born in Calcutta of Indian -French parentage and educated by his father in France, and his mother's family was African American with more distant Dutch, German and Moroccan ancestors.

  • John P. van de Geer

    Johannes Petrus "John" van de Geer (21 June 1926, Rotterdam – 9 February 2008, aged 81) was a Dutch psychologist, and Professor Experimental Psychology at the Leiden University, particularly known for his "Introduction to multivariate analysis for the social sciences".

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