John Bruce

John Bruce may refer to:

* Sir John Bruce, 2nd Baronet (before 1671–1711), Commissioner to the Parliament of Scotland; MP * John Bruce (historiographer) (1745–1826), Scottish politician, East India Company historiographer and Secretary to the Board of Control * John Bruce (minister) (1794–1880), senior Scottish minister of both the Church of Scotland and Free Church of Scotland * John Bruce (antiquary) (1802–1869), English founder of the Camden Society * John Bruce (British Army officer) (1808–1870), acting Governor of Western Australia * John Bruce (judge) (1832–1901), U.S. federal judge * John Bruce (Canada) (1837–1893), first president of the Métis provisional government * John Bruce (barrister) (1861-1921), Scottish barrister and briefly MP for Greenock in 1892 * John Bruce (surgeon) (1905–1975), Scottish surgeon * John Bruce (decorator), one of the designers on The Learning Channel's show ''While You Were Out'' * John Asamoah Bruce, Ghanaian air force officer * John Collingwood Bruce (1805–1892), English nonconformist minister and historian * John E. Bruce (1856–1924), American lawyer, politician, and baseball executive * John Edward Bruce (1856–1924), African American slave, writer and nationalist leader * John Mitchell Bruce (1846–1929), British physician * John Munro Bruce (1840–1901), Australian businessman * John Leck Bruce (1850–1921), Scottish-born architect and sanitary engineer * John Gregory Bruce (1897–1985), United States Tax Court judge Provided by Wikipedia

by Bruce, John
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