John Fenn


John Fenn
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  • John Fenn — is the name of:*John Fenn (priest), d. 1615 *John Fenn (antiquarian), 18th century antiquarian who edited and published the Paston Letters *John Bennett Fenn, research professor of analytical chemistry who was awarded the Nobel Prize in Chemistry …   Wikipedia

  • John Fenn —     John Fenn     † Catholic Encyclopedia ► John Fenn     Born at Montacute near Wells in Somersetshire; d. 27 Dec., 1615. He was the eldest brother of Ven. James Fenn, the martyr, and Robert Fenn, the confessor. After being a chorister at Wells… …   Catholic encyclopedia

  • John Fenn — Dr. John B. Fenn John Bennett Fenn (* 15. Juni 1917 in New York City) ist ein amerikanischer Chemiker, der 2002 gemeinsam mit Koichi Tanaka für die Entwicklung von Methoden zur Identifikation und Strukturanalyse von biologischen Makromolekülen… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • John Fenn (pirate) — John Fenn (died May 1723) was an early 18th century English pirate who sailed with Captain Bartholomew Roberts and later had a brief partnership with Thomas Anstis. Although much of his early career is unrecorded, he was a member of Captain… …   Wikipedia

  • John Fenn (priest) — John Fenn (born at Montacute near Wells, Somerset; d. 27 December1615) was an English Roman Catholic priest and writer, in exile under Elizabeth I of England. He was the elder brother of James Fenn, the Catholic martyr, and Robert Fenn.LifeAfter… …   Wikipedia

  • John Fenn (antiquarian) — Sir John Fenn (1739 1794) was an English antiquary who is best remembered for collecting, editing, and publishing the Paston Letters which uniquely described the life and political scheming of the gentry in Medieval England. He was also a justice …   Wikipedia

  • John Fenn (pirate) — Pour les articles homonymes, voir Fenn. John Fenn (mort en mai 1723) est un pirate du XVIIIe siècle. Il a accompagné le Capitaine Bartholomew Roberts puis, plus brièvement, Thomas Anstis. Sources (en) Cet article est partiellement ou en… …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Fenn — typically appears as a surname. Occasionally it appears as a middle name, pen name or name of a fictional character.Notable people with surname Fenn;born in China * Henry Courtenay FennH. C. Fenn is the son of C. H. Fenn] (1894 ndash;1978),… …   Wikipedia

  • Fenn, John — • Born at Montacute near Wells in Somersetshire; d. 27 Dec., 1615. He was the eldest brother of Ven. James Fenn, the martyr, and Robert Fenn, the confessor Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006. Fenn, John      …   Catholic encyclopedia

  • John Hookham Frere — (21 May 1769 7 January, 1846), was an English diplomat and author.He was born in London. His father, John Frere, a gentleman of a good Suffolk family, had been educated at Caius College, Cambridge, and would have been senior wrangler in 1763 but… …   Wikipedia


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