John Cameron (c. 1579 – 1623) was a Scottish theologian.
John Hemsley Cameron (born April 8, 1914, Kingston, Jamaica, died February 13, 2000, Chichester, Sussex, England) was a cricketer who played in two Tests for the West Indian cricket team in 1939. But though Jamaican by birth, Cameron played only once for Jamaica, the bulk of his first-class cricket career being spent in England.
John Cameron (1778 – August 7 1829) was a farmer and political figure in Upper Canada.
John Cameron (â€ 1446) was a 15th century Scottish cleric. He was a canon of Glasgow, a licentiate in decrees (law), provost of Lincluden, a secretary of the king, and official of the bishopric of St Andrews. He began his career as secretary to Archibald Douglas, Earl of Wigtown, who secured for him the living of Rector of Cambuslang.
John Cameron (born April 13 1872, Ayr, Scotland; died April 20 1935, Glasgow) is a former Scottish footballer and manager. He played as a forward for Queen's Park, Everton and Scotland and was noted as an effective goal-maker and goalscorer. In 1899 he became player-manager at Tottenham Hotspur and guided them to victory in the 1901 FA Cup.