St John (name)

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St John or St. John is a given name and surname. St John can be pronounced /ˈsɪnɨn/ or /ˈsɪnʒən/, 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:

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

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