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John Hughes

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Gender Male
Death12 years ago
Date of birth September 9,1964
September 9,1964
Zodiac sign Aquarius
Date of died August 6,2009
DiedMount Sinai St. Luke's
New York City
New York
United States
New York
New York
United States
Spouse Nancy Ludwig
BooksArmenia: The Story of a Place in Essays and Images
Height 185 (cm)
Education Mount St. Mary's University
Place of burialSt. Patrick's Cathedral, New York, United States
Parents Patrick Hughes
Margaret Hughes
FoundedFordham University
Fordham Preparatory School
Children John Hughes III
Films Ferris Bueller's Day Off
Born Edinburgh
United Kingdom
TeamsLivingston, Caley Thistle, Raith Rovers, Falkirk, Hibernian, Ross County, Hartlepool United
Sport coach Football
Teams coached Raith Rovers F.C.
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John Hughes Life story

John Hughes is a Scottish professional football coach and former player. Hughes played primarily as a central defender for several clubs, including Falkirk, Celtic, Hibernian and Ayr United. Towards the end of his playing career, Hughes took on coaching responsibilities, and was appointed manager of Falkirk in 2003.

John Hughes may refer to:



John Hughes (art director) (1882–1954), American art director

John Hughes (ceramicist) (1935–2013), Welsh ceramicist

John Hughes (sculptor) (1865–1941), Irish sculptor

Film and television

John Hughes (filmmaker) (1950–2009), American film director, writer, and producer

John Hughes, character in British TV series Peaky Blinders


John Hughes (1872–1914), Welsh composer of Calon Lân and other hymn-tunes

John Hughes (1873–1932), Welsh composer of Cwm Rhondda and other hymn-tunes

John Hughes (Irish musician) (born 1950), Irish musician and manager of The Corrs

John Hughes III (born 1976), American musician and founder of Hefty Records


John Hughes (poet) (1677–1720), English poet

John Hughes (1790–1857), English author

John Ceiriog Hughes (1832–1887), Welsh poet

John Hughes (writer) (born 1961), Australian essayist


John Arthur Hughes (1880–1955), American Medal of Honor recipient

John H. Hughes (general), U.S. Army major general

John Gethin Hughes (1866–1954), New Zealand law clerk and military leader

John T. Hughes (Confederate officer) (1817–1862), colonel in the Missouri State Guard and Confederate Army


John Hughes (Middlesex MP), English Member of Parliament for Middlesex, 1542–1552

John Hughes (Pennsylvania politician) (1711–1772), colonial Pennsylvania politician

John Bristow Hughes (1817–1881), grazier, developer and politician in the early days of the Colony of South Australia

John Hughes (New South Wales politician) (1857–1912), Australian politician

John T. Hughes (politician) (1873–1921), American politician from Arizona, member of the 1st Arizona state legislature

John Chambers Hughes (1891–1971), United States diplomat; ambassador to NATO

John H. Hughes (politician) (1904–1972), New York state senator

John Hughes (Coventry North East MP) (1925–2009), MP for Coventry North East

John Owen Hughes (died 1945), British businessman and politician in Hong Kong

John Hughes (British diplomat) (born 1947), British diplomat and Ambassador to Argentina


John Hughes (footballer, born 1855) (1855–1914), Cambridge University A.F.C. and Wales international footballer

John Hughes (footballer, born 1877) (1877–1950), Welsh international footballer, played for Liverpool

John Iorweth Hughes (born 1913), Welsh international footballer

John Hughes (footballer, born 1921) (1921–2003), English footballer, played for Birmingham City

John Hughes (footballer, born 1942), Welsh footballer, played for Chester City

John Hughes (footballer, born 1943), Scottish footballer, played for Celtic

John Hughes (footballer, born 1964), Scottish footballer and manager, played for Falkirk

John Hughes (soccer, born 1965), Canadian soccer player

John Hughes (cricketer, born 1971), English cricketer

John Hughes (cricketer, born 1825) (1825–1907), English cricketer

John Hughes (ice hockey, born 1954), Canadian ice hockey player

John Hughes (ice hockey, born 1988), Canadian ice hockey player

John Hughes (American football) (born 1988), American football player


John Hughes (archbishop) (1797–1864), American Roman Catholic

John Hughes (bishop of Croydon) (1908–2001), Church of England

John Hughes (bishop of Kensington) (1935–1994), Church of England

John Hughes (priest) (1924–2008), Leicester

John Hughes (theologian) (1979–2014), British scholar and Dean of Chapel and Chaplain at Jesus College, Cambridge

John Poole-Hughes (1916–1988), Bishop of South-West Tanganyika and Bishop of Llandaff


John Hughes (architect) (1903–1977), British architect

John Hughes (businessman) (1814–1889), Welsh developer in Ukraine

John Hughes (computer scientist) (born 1958), Swedish academic

John Hughes (counselor) (1945–2012), American pioneer in alcohol- and drug-prevention

John Hughes (editor) (born 1930), Welsh-American editor of the Deseret News and adviser to Boutros Boutros-Ghali

John Hughes (lawman) (1855–1947), Texas Ranger and cowboy of the Old West

John Hughes (merchant) (1825–1885), father of John Hughes (New South Wales politician)

John Hughes (motor dealer) (born 1935), Australian businessman

John Hughes (neuroscientist) (born 1942), British scientist

John F. Hughes, American computer graphics researcher and textbook co-author

John G. Hughes (born 1953), Irish professor and Vice-Chancellor

John T. Hughes (intelligence officer), U.S. Defense Intelligence Agency officer

John Wesley Hughes (1852–1932), founder of Kingswood College in the U.S.

John Hughes, Antigua and Barbuda, a town in Saint Mary Parish, Antigua and Barbuda

See also

Jonathan Hughes (disambiguation)

Jack Hughes (disambiguation)

Hughes (surname)


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