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- John Crane: John Rene Crane is an American writer and actor, best known as the head writer, executive producer and occasional performer on Fox's Saturday late night sketch comedy program, MADtv.
- John Crane was a participant in the Boston Tea Party and a soldier during the American Revolutionary War.
- John Crane is an author.
- born in (259 years ago)
- died in (179 years ago)
- written works: "Biological Investigation/Lab Manual", "Advanced Swing Trading", "A Traders Handbook", "A discourse, delivered at Upton, March 15, 1810", "A discourse delivered in Franklin, May 17, 1815, before Mendon Association, at the ordination of the Reverend Calvin Park", "A sermon delivered at the installation of the Rev. Ezekiel Rich to the pastoral care of the Church and Society in Troy, N.H., December 20,1815", "An oration, delivered at Douglass, Monday, July 5th, 1802", "A sermon delivered at the installation of the Rev. Ezekiel Rich to the Church and Society in Troy, N.H., December 20, 1815", "Two discourses, delivered at Northbridge"
- John Crane is an author.
- born in (73 years ago)
- written works: "The Yoknapatawpha chronicle of Gavin Stevens", "The Last Great Superpower", "The legacy of Ladysmith"
- John Crane is the father of Simon Crane.
- also known as Dr. John Crane
- profession: Physician
- parent of Simon Crane
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John Crane: John Thomas Crane was an Australian politician.
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A Critical Dictionary of English Literature and British and American Authors, Living and Deceased, from the Earliest Accounts to the Latter Half of the Nineteenth Century (1908)
Containing Over Forty-six Thousand Articles (authors) with Forty Indexes of Subjects
Crandon, John Crane, Thos. Craner, Henry Craner. Thos. Cranfield, Thos. Cranford, Jas. Cranmer, Geo. Cranmer, T. Cranwell, L. Crashaw. Crashaw, H. Crashaw, Rd.
Living and Deceased from the Earliest Accounts to the Latter Half of the Nineteenth Century by Samuel Austin Allibone
Boawell, John Crane, Wm., Jr. Gray, Edw. W. Johnston, Alex. Keith lioultOD. Crisp, John Gray, Stephen Johnston, John Boulton, Saml. Croker, Henry T. Oreatorex, Thos. Jolly, J. B. F. Bowden, A. Cullen, Paul Oreaves, Joña. Jones, H. Bonce ...
Critical Dictionary of English Literature, and British and American Authors, Living and Deceased, from the Earliest Accounts to the Middle of the Nineteenth Century (1871)
Containing Thirty Thousand Biographies and Literary Notices, with Forty Indexes of Subjects. T - Z by Samuel Austin Allibone
John Crane, Thos. Crnner, Henry Craner. Thos. Cranfleld, Thos. Cranford, Jas. Cranmer, Geo. Cranmer, T. Cranwell, L. Crashaw. Crashaw, H. Crashaw ...
A Critical Dictionary of English Literature and British and American Authors, Living and Deceased (1891)
From the Earliest Accounts to the Latter Half of the Nineteenth Century by Samuel Austin Allibone
Boswell, John Crane, Wm., Jr. Gray, Edw. W. Johnston, Alex. Keith ...
comprising the several counties, cities, boroughs corporate, market, and post towns, parishes and villages ... : With an appendix describing the electoral boundaries of the several bouroughs as defined by the act of the 2d. and 3d. of William IV. by Samuel Lewis
John Crane, of London, bequeathed the interest of a sum of money. About 50 children are taught in the parochial school, which is aided by the rector ; and there is a private school , ...
Comprising Literary Memoirs and Anecdotes of Their Lives, and a Chronological Register of Their Publications, with the Number of Editions Printed; Including Notices of Some Foreign Writers Whose Works Have Been Occasionally Published in England by John Watkins, William Upcott
John Crane, Ho. 1B10. Jackson, John, of Harrop-wood, near Macclesfield, a weaver, who has published by subscription a small volume, entituled, An Address to Time, with other poems; ...
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