John Michael Humphrey is a bass player who has toured with guitarist Scott Henderson since 1998, performing with drummer, Kirk Covington, as a trio. Together they recorded Well To The Bone in 2003. Humphrey has also been employed as a bass instructor at the Musicians Institute in Hollywood.
(also spelled Humfrey or Humfry, c. 1597–1661) was an English Puritan and an early funder of the English colonization of North America. He was the treasurer of the Dorchester Company, which established an unsuccessful settlement on Massachusetts Bay in the 1620s, and was deputy governor of the Massachusetts Bay Company from 1629 to 1630. He came to Massachusetts in 1634, where he served as a magistrate and was the first sergeant major general of the Ancient and Honorable Artillery Company. He became involved in English attempts to settle Providencia Island in the late 1630s, and returned to England in 1641 after financial reverses and probable religious differences with other members of the Massachusetts ruling elite. He then became involved in an attempt to settle The Bahamas in the late 1640s, and had some involvement in the politics of the English Civil War.
Johnny "John" Stephen Humphrey (born March 23, 1970) is an American musician, and currently the drummer of the post-grunge band Seether. From 1994 until 2000, Humphrey was the drummer for The Nixons. He joined Seether in 2003.
John Albert Humphrey (born 1823) was a mill owner and political figure in New Brunswick, Canada. He represented Westmorland County in the Legislative Assembly of New Brunswick from 1872 to 1878 and from 1883 to 1890 as a Liberal-Conservative.
Major General Sir JohnHumphrey 'Tavish' Davidson KCMG, DSO, CB (24 July 1876 – 11 December 1954) was a British army officer and Member of Parliament. He was born in Mauritius to George Walter Davidson, a merchant, and his wife Johanna, and some time before 1890 they moved back to England. From 1890 Davidson was educated at Harrow School, continuing his education at the Royal Military Academy Sandhurst after he left Harrow in 1893. He graduated in 1896 and joined the 1st Battalion King's Royal Rifle Corps. By 1899 the Corps had been transferred to Cape Colony, and they were directly involved in the Second Boer War. Davidson and his battalion served in both the Battle of Talana Hill and the Battle of Ladysmith before Davidson was attached to a local cavalry unit with the objective of disrupting Boer commando units. By 1902 he had been promoted to Captain and made a Companion of the Distinguished Service Order.