- Herbert JeffreyHerbie, born 1940, U.S. jazz pianist and composer.
- John,1737–93, American statesman: first signer of the Declaration of Independence.
- Winfield Scott,1824–86, Union general in the Civil War.
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To accompany this fine duo, we order sausage made in Hancock, just the other side of the Keweenaw Waterway.Welcome to Yooperland, A Little Slice of Finland in Michigan
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More recently in 2008, Will Smith starred as the original superhero Hancock.Netflix and Marvel’s ‘Luke Cage’ and a Brief History of Black Superheroes
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Additional film credits include The Rundown, The Kingdom, Hancock, Battleship, and the upcoming Cocaine Cowboys.The Hero Summit 2013 Speakers
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Historian Thomas Barrow said that Hancock and his ship “had commenced a series of events leading to open revolution.”Bootleg Empire: America the Smuggler Nation
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“It can be done in way that is condescending,” says Hancock.Hillaryland Chafes at Obama’s Debate Sarcasm
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Now she was squaring and thickening and looking horrid, like Mr. Hancock.
She was silent with emotion when Mrs. Hancock told her she was growing like her mother.
There was nothing like that in Connie Hancock's Papa's house.
She knew that the little man they called the doctor was really Mr. Hancock.
"He's worrying himself to death about Mr. Hancock," she said.
- Anthony John, known as Tony. 1924–68, British comedian, noted for his radio series Hancock's Half Hour
- John. 1737–93, American statesman; first signatory of the Declaration of Independence
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