John Lettice (December 27, 1737 – October 18, 1832) was an English clergyman, translator, academic, and author. Lettice served as vicar of Peasmarsh, East Sussex. He served as prebendary of Chichester Cathedral, Chaplain to the Archibald Hamilton, 9th Duke of Hamilton from 1804 to 1832, and was fellow and tutor of Sidney Sussex College, Cambridge.
Historia Lettica is one of the oldest historical books about Latvia, Latvian mythology and Latvian language. It was written by Lutheran priest Paul Einhorn in the German language and published in 1649.
Lettice Fairfax (March 26, 1876-December 25, 1948) was an English stage and silent film actress. She is known for her roles in the Edwardian musical comedy An Artist's Model (1895) and in silent cinema such as Brother Officers as Baroness Honour Royden (1915).