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Andrew Jackson, American 7th president of U.S., soldier and lawyer (1767 - 1829)
Glenda Jackson, American actress (1936 - )
Helen Hunt Jackson, American writer and poet (1830 - 1885)
Holbrook Jackson, English writer and critic (1874 - 1948)
Jesse Jackson, American civil rights leader, minister and politician (1941 - )
Mahalia Jackson, American gospel singer (1911 - 1972)
Michael Jackson, American singer and song writer (1958 - )
Rachel Donaldson Jackson, American first lady (1767 - 1828)
Reggie Jackson, American baseball player (1946 - )
Shirley Jackson, American novelist (1919 - 1965)
Stonewall Jackson, American confederate army general (1824 - 1863)
Harriet Ann Jacobs, American diarist and writer (1813 - 1897)
Carrie Jacobs-Bond, American composer (1862 - 1946)
Oswald Jacoby, American game authority and syndicated bridge columnist (1902 - 1984)
da Todi Jacopone, Italian monk and poet (died c. 1306)
Mick Jagger, English singer, song writer and actor (1943 - )
John Jakes, American writer (1932 - )
James I of England, British ruler (1566 - 1625)
James I of Scotland, Scottish king (1394 - 1437)
G.P.R. James, English novelist and historian (1801 - 1860)
Henry James (the Elder), American theologian, writer and lecturer (1811 - 1882)
Henry James,Jr., British (American-born) novelist, short-story writer and critic (1843 - 1916)
P.D. James, English mystery novelist (1920 - )
William James, American philosopher and psychologist (1842 - 1910)
Mrs. Anna Jameson, Irish writer (1797 - 1860)
Judith Jamison, American modern dancer (1943 - )
Elizabeth Janeway, American writer (1913 - )
Tama Janowitz, American novelist (1957 - )
Alexander Hay Japp ("H.A. Page"), Scottish author (1839 - 1905)
Edna Jaques, Canadian poet and author (1891 - 1978)
Derek Jarman, English filmmaker (1942 - 1994)
Mary von Schrader Jarrell, American poet, author and essayist, wife of Randall Jarrell (c. 1914)
Randall Jarrell, American poet (1914 - 1965)
Bede Jarrett, writer of "The House of Gold" (1881 - 1937)
Alfred Jarry, French writer (1873 - 1907)
Javan (pseudonym of Steven Javan Jones), American poet (20th century)
Samuel Jeake,Jr., (see Conrad Aiken)
Jean II ("Le Bon"), French king (1350 - 1364)
Marianne Jean-Baptiste, British actress (20th century)
James Jeans, English mathematician and astronomer (1877 - 1946)
Thomas Jefferson, American 3rd president of U.S. (1743 - 1826)
Charles Jefferys (Jeffreys or Jeffries), English lyricist (1807 - 1865)
Lord Francis Jeffrey, Scottish critic and essayist (1773 - 1850)
Soame Jenkyns (Jenyns), English poet and writer (1704 - 1787)
Charles Jennens of Gopsall, English nonjuror and composer of words for Handel's oratorio (1698 - 1773)
Bruce Jenner, American track athlete and sportscaster (1949 - )
Edward Jenner, English physician (1749 - 1823)
Elizabeth Jennings, English poet (1926 - )
Jerome K. Jerome, English author (1859 - 1927)
Saint Jerome, Roman religious leader (345 - 420)
William Jerome, American song writer (1865 - 1932)
Douglas Jerrold, English humorist, journalist and writer (1803 - 1857)
Bishop John Jewel, English clergyman and founder of English Protestantism (1522 - 1571)
Sarah Orne Jewett, American author (1848 - 1909)
Billy Joel, American singer and song writer (1949 - )
General Joseph Jacques Cesaire Joffre, French commander in chief of army and marshal of France (1852 - 1931)
John of Fornsete, English monk (13th century)
Pope John Paul II, Polish religious leader (1920 - )
Pope John XXIII, Roman religious leader (1881 - 1963)
Elton John, English singer and song writer (1947 - )
Adela Rogers St. Johns, American journalist (1894 - 1988)
Andrew Johnson, American 17th president of U.S. (1808 - 1875)
Blind Lemon Johnson, American blues singer (c. 1897 - 1930)
Charles B. Johnson, American novelist, short-story writer and artist (1948 - )
Earvin "Magic" Johnson, American basketball player (1959 - )
Fenton Johnson, American poet and playwright (1888 - 1958)
Georgia Douglas Johnson, American poet (1866 - 1967)
Jack Johnson, American boxer (1878 - 1946)
James Weldon Johnson, American poet, diplomat and anthologist (1871 - 1938)
Jimmy Johnson, American football coach (1943 - )
John H. Johnson, American publisher (1918 - )
Lady Bird Johnson, American first lady (1912 - )
Lyndon Baines Johnson, American 36th president of U.S. (1908 - 1973)
Mordecai Wyatt Johnson, American educator and university president (1890 - 1976)
Pamela Hansford Johnson, English critic and author (1912 - 1981)
Philander Chase Johnson, American journalist, humorist and dramatic editor (1866 - 1939)
Philip Johnson, American architect (1906 - )
Robert Underwood Johnson, American editor, poet, publicist and diplomatist (1853 - 1937)
Rossiter Johnson, American author and editor (1840 - 1931)
Samuel Johnson, English author (1709 - 1784)
Sonia Johnson, American activist and religious leader
Spencer Johnson, M.D., American physician and writer (late 20th century)
Spencer Johnson, M.D., and Larry Wilson
Jill Johnston, American journalist and critic (1929 - )
Mary Johnston, American novelist (1870 - 1936)
Gordon Johnstone, poet
Allen Morris Jones, contributor to "Big Sky Journal" (living in 20th century)
Bobby Jones, American golfer (1902 - 1971)
Franklin P. Jones, American businessman (1887 - 1929)
Frederick Scheetz Jones, American professor of physical science and dean of Yale (1862 - )
Gayl Jones, American short-story writer and novelist (1949 - )
Henry Arthur Jones, English dramatist (1851 - 1929)
James Jones, American novelist (1921 - 1977)
James Earl Jones, American actor (1931 - )
John Paul Jones, American naval officer (1747 - 1792)
Mary Harris "Mother" Jones, American labor organizer (1860 - 1930)
Shirley Jones, American actress and singer (1934 - )
Steven Javan Jones, (see Javan)
Sir William Jones, English Orientalist and linguist (1746 - 1794)
Erica Jong, American novelist (1942 - )
Ben Jonson, English poet and dramatist (c. 1573 - 1637)
Janis Joplin, American singer (1943 - 1970)
Scott Joplin, American pianist and composer (1868 - 1971)
Barbara Jordan, American lawyer, educator and politician (1936 - )
June Jordan, American writer, poet and journalist (1936 - )
Michael Jordan, American basketball player (1963 - )
John Jortin, English divine and writer (1698 - 1770)
Natasha Josefowitz, American educator, author and columnist (late 20th century)
Jenny Joseph, English poet (1932 - )
Marie Josephine, French wife of Napoleon I (1763 - 1814)
Flavius Josephus, Jewish historian (37 - 96?)
Joseph Joubert, French moralist and man of letters (1754 - 1824)
Paulus Jovius (Giovio), historian and bishop of Nocera (1483 - 1552)
Benjamin Jowett, English classicist (1817 - 1893)
James Joyce, Irish novelist, poet and playwright (1882 - 1941)
Nora Joyce, wife of James Joyce
Florence Griffith Joyner, American track athlete (1959 - 1998)
Naomi Judd, American singer (1946 - )
Julian ("The Apostate"), Roman emperor who reinstated paganism (331 - 363)
Carl Gustav Jung, Swiss psychologist and psychiatrist (1875 - 1961)
Junius, English political author (1740 - 1818)
Andoche Junot (Duc d'Abrantes), French general (1771 - 1813)
Donald Justice, American poet (1925 - )
Justinian I, The Great, Byzantine emperor (527 - 565) (483 - 565)
Juvenal (Decimus Junius Juvenal), Roman satirical poet (c. 60 - 140)

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