John Robert Gamble (born 1948) is a former professional baseball shortstop. He played in 13 games in two seasons for the Detroit Tigers of Major League Baseball. He was drafted in the 2nd round of the Major League Baseball Draft by the Los Angeles Dodgers and acquired by the Tigers in the Rule V Draft.
(died 1687) was a composer and musician in the court of Charles I of England and Charles II of England. He worked in the King's Company on the stage prior to the English Civil War, and in he was hired by the Middle Temple. During the interregnum, he taught music and performed, and he got a position in the King's wind band playing cornett. He lost all of his money in the Great Fire of London in (as money would have been in coin and stored in homes, therefore liable to melting). In and 1676, he got positions in two more royal bands, but he lost all of his positions with the rise of James II of England, and he died "crazed and infirm of body" (according to his will) in
(November 24, – May 11, 2009) was a far-right Canadian politician. He was elected to the Canadian House of Commons as a Progressive Conservative in the federal election and re-elected in the election representing the riding of York North.
Lieutenant Colonel John Marshall Gamble (1791 – 11 September 1836) was an officer in the United States Marine Corps during the early 19th century. He was the first, and remains the only, U.S. Marine to command a U.S. Navy ship, commanding the Greenwich and the Sir Andrew Hammond during the War of