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John Taylor

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Contents

  • Academic figures 1
  • The arts 2
    • Acting 2.1
    • Music 2.2
    • Other 2.3
  • Business and tradesmen 3
  • Government figures 4
    • Australia 4.1
    • Canada 4.2
    • New Zealand 4.3
    • United Kingdom 4.4
    • United States 4.5
  • Military 5
  • Notorious figures 6
  • Religious figures 7
  • Sports figures 8
    • Australia 8.1
    • United States 8.2
    • United Kingdom 8.3
    • Other countries 8.4
  • Other figures 9
  • Similar names 10
  • Organisations 11
  • See also 12

Academic figures

The arts

Acting

Music

Other

Business and tradesmen

Government figures

Australia

Canada

New Zealand

  • John Parkin Taylor (1812–1875), MP for Dunedin Country, Superintendent of Southland Province

United Kingdom

United States

Military

Notorious figures

Religious figures

Sports figures

Australia

United States

United Kingdom

Other countries

Other figures

Similar names

Organisations

See also

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