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John or Jack Fowler may refer to:
- John Fowler (by 1520–c. 1575) (died c. 1575), MP
- John Fowler (Catholic scholar) (1537–1578/9), Catholic scholar and printer
- John Fowler (politician) (1756–1840), U.S. Congressman from Kentucky
- Sir John Fowler, 1st Baronet (1817–1898), British railway engineer
- John Fowler (agricultural engineer) (1826–1864), English pioneer in the use of steam engines for ploughing
- Sir John Fowler (British Army officer) (1864-1939), British Army general
- John Edgar Fowler (1866–1930), U.S. Congressman from North Carolina
- Jack Fowler (footballer, born 1899) (1899–1975), Plymouth Argyle, Swansea Town and Wales international footballer
- Jack Fowler (footballer, born 1902) (1902–1979), English footballer with Bradford City and Torquay United
- John Gordon Fowler (1905–1971), USAF general
- John Beresford Fowler (1906–1977), British interior designer
- John Richard Fowler (1927–2007), local politician in Memphis, Texas
- John Fowler (footballer, born 1933) (1933–1976), Scottish footballer with Colchester United
- John Fowler (mayor) (born 1954), mayor of the City of South Sydney
- John Fowler & Co., a British engineering company
- John Fowler Holidays, a holiday company serving Devon, Cornwall and Somerset.
- Sir John Fowler Leece Brunner, 2nd Baronet (1865–1929), British politician
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