Fletcher (given name)

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Fletcher is a masculine given name which may refer to:


  • Fletcher Benton (born 1931), American sculptor, painter and kinetic artist
  • Fletcher Bowron (1887-1968), long-serving Mayor of Los Angeles, California
  • Fletcher Christian (1764–1793), mutineer who seized command of HMS Bounty
  • Fletcher Cox (born 1990), American National Football League player
  • Fletcher Dragge (born 1966), lead guitar player in the band Pennywise
  • Fletcher Hale (1883–1931), U.S. Representative from New Hampshire and lawyer
  • Fletcher Hanks (1887-1976), a cartoonist from the Golden Age of Comic Books, creator of Stardust the Super Wizard
  • Fletcher Harper (1806-1877), American publisher, founder of Harper's Weekly, Harper's Magazine and Harper's Bazaar
  • Fletcher L. Hartsell, Jr. (born 1947), American politician
  • Fletcher Henderson (1897-1952), American pianist, bandleader, arranger and composer of big band jazz and swing music
  • Fletcher Humphrys (born 1976), Australian actor
  • Fletcher Jones (1895-1977), Australian clothing manufacturer and retailer
  • Fletcher R. Jones (1931–1972), American businessman, computer pioneer and thoroughbred racehorse owner
  • Fletcher Knebel (1911–1993), American writer of political fiction
  • Fletcher Markle (1921–1991), Canadian actor, screenwriter, television producer and director
  • Fletcher Martin (1904–1979), American painter
  • Fletcher Pratt (1897–1956), American writer of science fiction, fantasy and history
  • Fletcher D. Proctor (1860-1911), American businessman, politician and Governor of Vermont
  • L. Fletcher Prouty (1917-2001), Chief of Special Operations for the Joint Chiefs of Staff under President John F. Kennedy, U.S. Air Force colonel and foreign policy critic
  • Fletcher Sibthorp (born 1967), British painter
  • Fletcher Smith (born 1943), former American Football League and National Football League player
  • Fletcher Steele (1885-1971), American landscape architect
  • Fletcher Stockdale (c. 1823–1890), American politician, Governor of Texas, lawyer and railroad official
  • Fletcher B. Swank (1875-1950), American politician and a U.S. Representative from Oklahoma
  • Fletcher Thompson (born 1925), American lawyer and politician
  • Fletcher Webster (1818-1862), American government official and Union Army colonel, son of Daniel Webster

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