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St John or St. John is a given name and surname. St John can be pronounced or / / , as if written / / Sinjin or Sinjun, particularly if it is the first part of a hyphenated family name or a given name in the United Kingdom. Use of the full stop separator is uncommon in some countries, especially those that use Commonwealth English.
The surname may refer to:
Alex St. John, American programmer Al St. John, American comic actor Ambrose St. John (1815-1875) English priest and convert to Catholicism Andrew St. John, American actor Annie St John, British television presenter Austin St. John, American actor Bayle St. John, British writer Bert St. John, Australian tennis player Betta St. John, American actress Beverly St. John, American church elder Bridget St John, British singer Caroline St John-Brooks, English journalist Charles St. John, 19th century U.S. Representative from New York Charles Edward St. John, (1857–1935), American astronomer Cheryl St.John, American author Daniel B. St. John, 19th century U.S. Representative from New York Dai St. John, Welsh heavyweight boxer David St. John, American poet Del St. John, Canadian hockey player Douglas St. John, New Zealand cricketer Earl St. John, American-born producer Edward St John (1916–94), Australian politician Florence St. John, English actress and singer Frederick St John, 2nd Viscount Bolingbroke George St John, 3rd Viscount Bolingbroke Gina St. John, American actress Harold St. John, American botanist Harold Bernard St. John, Barbadian politician Helen St. John, American musician Henry St John, 1st Viscount Bolingbroke (1678–1751), English statesman and philosopher Henry St. John (congressman), 19th century U.S. Representative from Ohio. Henry Beauchamp St John, British Army officer Howard St. John, American actor Ian St. John, former footballer and now pundit J. Allen St. John illustrated the McClurg editions of Edgar Rice Burroughs James Augustus St. John (1795–1875), author and traveller Jane Martha St. John (1801–1882), British amateur photographer Jill St. John, American film and television actress John St. John, disambiguation page Jon St. John, an American voice actor and singer who started his career in voice work in 1975, when he was a Top 40 radio DJ in North Carolina. Joseph St. John, Canadian politician Jude St. John, Canadian football league player Julia St. John, English actress Kate St John, British musician and composer Kristoff St. John, American actor Lara St. John, Canadian violinist Lynn St. John, American sports coach Madeleine St John, Australian author Marco St. John, American actor Mark St. John, American guitarist Mary Louise St. John, American nun Mia St. John, American boxer Norman St John-Stevas, Baron St John of Fawsley, British politician Oliver St John (ca. 1598-1673), English statesman and judge Oliver St John, British administrator of India Pamela St. John, American composer Pat St. John, American DJ Patricia St. John, British writer Pete St. John, Irish singer Powell St. John, American singer and songwriter Ray St. John, British musician Richard Fleming St Andrew St John (1839-1919) of Ealing, English orientalist. Scott St. John, Canadian musician Sharmagne Leland-St. John, Native American poet Spenser St. John, British Consul in Brunei (19th century) Stewart St. John, American filmmaker Trevor St. John, American actor Warren St. John, American author
Baronets of Lydiard Tregoze (1611)
Sir John St John, 1st Baronet (1585–1648), of Lydiard Park at Lydiard Tregoze west of Swindon in the English county of Wiltshire, was a Member of Parliament and prominent Royalist during the English Civil War. He was created a Baronet on 22 May 1611 Barons St John of Bletso (1559) is a title in the Peerage of England John St John, 2nd Baron St John of Bletso (died 1596) Oliver St John, 5th Baron St John of Bletso Paulet St Andrew St John, 8th Baron St John of Bletso John St John, 11th Baron St John of Bletso (died 24 June 1757) John St John, 12th Baron St John of Bletso (died 20 April 1767) St Andrew St John, 14th Baron St John of Bletso St Andrew St John, 15th Baron St John of Bletso Beauchamp St John, 17th Baron St John of Bletso Mowbray St John, 19th Baron St John of Bletso John St John, 20th Baron St John of Bletso (3 August 1917 – 13 April 1976) Anthony St John, 22nd Baron St John of Bletso See also [edit ]